Howie and Ryan discuss two more of their favorite attractions, “Space Mountain” and The “Pirates of the Caribbean”.
They discuss the history of these attractions they also share lessons ideas that these classic attractions have inspired.
Journey through a Space Station on our way to board a rocket. The attraction Is packed with learning opportunities and inspirations that you can bring into your classroom. Learn how to bring new ideas to the table about how you can use Space Mountain in education.
Next we grab his sword and parrot and heads to the high seas as the captain of our own educational ship. From History to Communication Arts, Pirates of the Caribbean has all the educational ties you need to fill your lesson plans with adventure and engagement.
Enjoy our inspirations from these attractions as well as find inspiration yourself for use in your classroom.
Join Howie and Ryan as they discuss two of their favorite attractions, the “Haunted Mansion” and “The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh.”
Discover what they love about these attractions, and ways to integrate the concepts into several lessons that have been inspired by the attractions.
What can we learn about the 999 haunts that reside in the Haunted Mansion? What is the Pepper's Ghost? Learn how to teach lessons on the magic of the properties of light, reflection, and refraction.
Howie and Ryan then tackle the Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh and share ways you can bring this lovable bear into your classroom to teach a wide variety of topics that range from elementary all the way up to high school.
Howie and Ryan interview the author of the book "Walt Disney World for Teens and Tweens", by Tim Brooks.
Tim’s book shares his book that is a guidebook for teens and tweens and addresses the issue of finding the educational value of a trip to Walt Disney World. In this episode we explore the reality that a lot of families with teens find themselves in and that is leaving for vacation to the most magical place in the world in the middle of school, sports, and many other commitments of the teen’s demanding life. Listen as Tim gives advice from his book and his personal experiences on how to handle these situations.
Welcome to Season 2 of My Disney Class Podcast.
10 ideas to bring Disney into your classroom.
We are thrilled to be bringing the Magic of Disney to your classrooms for another year.
Howie and Ryan discuss ways to capitalize on that renewed energy from the summer and utilize professional development in a way that is more meaningful to you and your students.
Come along with us as we discuss several ideas for the coming new school year and share some of the tools that can help you implement those ideas when you go back. Heigh-Ho, Heigh-Ho it’s back to school we go!
Halloween Fun in the classroom and an In depth look at the storyline on Phantom Manor and The Haunted Mansion.
In today’s show Howie and Ryan are haunted by the idea that good stories and fun Halloween activities can make your classroom a Spooktacular place. In this show Ryan shares some ways he has celebrated Halloween in his class while also engaging his students in some science concepts of the Halloween season.
In the second half of the show, Howie shares with us his recent trip to Disneyland Paris. Howie takes us on an in depth tour of one of the most famous and beloved attractions of all the Disney parks, The Haunted Mansion or as it is called in Paris, The Phantom Manor! Listen in as Howie and Ryan discuss all the story elements of Phantom Manor and how those elements are similar between the different parks and how they are really different.
Throughout this show we share lesson ideas that we see as possible connections to this attraction as well as some of the wonderful history of its development.
Howie and Ryan interview the creators of the covEars. They talk about the design process, creating and producing the product and so much more..
Join Ryan and Howie as the visit FMISTEMAcademy in Oakland ,Florida. Barbara Frazier shares how the Academy cultivates the development of academic persistence needed for both college-bound and technical career-bound high school students pursuing careers or degrees in science, technology, engineering and math. Barbara said, “We have come back from the future armed with plans to prepare your child for high skills, high wage careers.”
Join Howie and Ryan as they introduce the NEW MyDisneyClass podcast. They chat about their family, education and career backgrounds and of course their passion for all things Disney. Topics include: Innovation, Creativity, Classroom ideas and their favorite Disney things.