Fast Problem Solving and Innovation with #HackLearning

A conversation with Mark Barnes on episode 64 of the 10-minute Teacher Podcast

From the Cool Cat Teacher Blog by Vicki Davis

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Today Mark Barnes @markbarnes19 discusses a popular method of problem solving: Hack Learning. Instead of a 5 year plan, this model helps educators improve on a daily and more short term basis. He gives examples of how educators are hacking (and improving) meetings and more. Let’s Hack Learning!

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In today’s show, Mark shares how we can hack learning by:

  • Understanding the model of hacking learning
  • Giving us examples including cloud meetings
  • The problems with hacking learning (when people don’t want to change)
  • How to solve problems not marinate in them
  • An exciting perspective on change

I hope you enjoy this episode with Mark!

Want to hear another episode from a Hack Learning author? Listen to Jennifer Gonzalez share her 5 tools she thinks every educator should try in 2017

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Mark BarnesMark Barnes

Mark Barnes is a longtime educator, author, podcaster, and Founder of Times 10 Publications. Mark is the creator of Hack Learning — books, podcasts, presentations and other content that provides right-now solutions for teachers and learners. One of the world’s most recognizable connected educators, @markbarnes19 and his team of internationally-renowned eduhackers are turning the Hack Learning problem-solving model into a global movement. Dedicated to this mission, they are giving away 10,000 books and other free innovative digital content in 2017. Learn more at

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