Rafe Esquith shared the Friday Session Keynote at the Texas Computer Education Assocation’s annual conference on February 10, 2006. The title of his presentation was “There are no Shortcuts.” Rafe is a passionate and dedicated 5th grade teacher from California. Some of his talented students joined him in his motivational and inspiring presentation.

Program Length: 50 min, 19 sec
File size: 12.1 MB

Podcast 16 Feb 2006(Click here to listen to this podcast)

Show notes for this podcast include:

  1. “There Are No Shortcuts” – A book by Rafe Esquith
  2. PBS: The Hobart Shakespeareans
  3. UCLA Spotlight: Rafe Esquith, Alumnus and Teacher
  4. NPR: Inner-City Teacher Takes No Shortcuts to Success
  5. NEA News Room: 2003 Medal of Arts Recipients – Rafe Esquith
  6. Pursuing Happiness, Through Hard Work (Washington Post)

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2 Responses to Podcast35: There are no Shortcuts by Rafe Esquith

  1. “Encode to OGG, not MP3!!” read the protest sign.
    “But MP3 is the way most audio is encoded?”
    “So what? Is this a popularity contest? If your friends are jumping off a cliff, do you join them because they’re all doing it?”



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