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Deeper Learning with WeVideo explores ways to inspire creativity in the classroom, activities that ignite deeper learning for students, and interviews with thought leaders in education that motivate teachers and influencers in education technology. Dr. Nathan Lang-Raad is a speaker, author and professional learning facilitator. He is the Chief Education Officer at WeVideo. Throughout his career, he has served as a teacher, assistant principal, university adjunct professor, consultant, and education strategist. He served as Director of Elementary Curriculum and Instruction for Metropolitan Nashville Public Schools, as well as Education Supervisor at NASA's Johnson Space Center. He is a Google Certified Educator, Microsoft Innovative Educator, and 2016 Apple Teacher, serves on the board of the Student Voice Foundation and serves on the International Literacy Association Task Force. Nathan is the author of Everyday Instructional Coaching and co-author of The New Art and Science of Teaching Mathematics with Robert J. Marzano. ​

Deeper Learning with WeVideo explores ways to inspire creativity in the classroom, activities that ignite deeper learning for students, and interviews with thought leaders in education that motivate teachers and influencers in education technology. Dr. Nathan Lang-Raad is a speaker, author and professional learning facilitator. He is the Chief Education Officer at WeVideo. Throughout his career, he has served as a teacher, assistant principal, university adjunct professor, consultant, and education strategist. He served as Director of Elementary Curriculum and Instruction for Metropolitan Nashville Public Schools, as well as Education Supervisor at NASA's Johnson Space Center. He is a Google Certified Educator, Microsoft Innovative Educator, and 2016 Apple Teacher, serves on the board of the Student Voice Foundation and serves on the International Literacy Association Task Force. Nathan is the author of Everyday Instructional Coaching and co-author of The New Art and Science of Teaching Mathematics with Robert J. Marzano. ​

Location:

United States

Description:

Deeper Learning with WeVideo explores ways to inspire creativity in the classroom, activities that ignite deeper learning for students, and interviews with thought leaders in education that motivate teachers and influencers in education technology. Dr. Nathan Lang-Raad is a speaker, author and professional learning facilitator. He is the Chief Education Officer at WeVideo. Throughout his career, he has served as a teacher, assistant principal, university adjunct professor, consultant, and education strategist. He served as Director of Elementary Curriculum and Instruction for Metropolitan Nashville Public Schools, as well as Education Supervisor at NASA's Johnson Space Center. He is a Google Certified Educator, Microsoft Innovative Educator, and 2016 Apple Teacher, serves on the board of the Student Voice Foundation and serves on the International Literacy Association Task Force. Nathan is the author of Everyday Instructional Coaching and co-author of The New Art and Science of Teaching Mathematics with Robert J. Marzano. ​

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@wevideo

Language:

English

Contact:

310-924-5650


Episodes

Positively Impacting the Lives of Children with Laura Robb (Ep 64)

6/21/2021
Author, teacher, literacy coach, and teacher trainer, Laura Robb has more than 40 years classroom experience and presented at conferences and in school districts in the U.S. and Canada. Even after retiring from full-time teaching, Laura has continued teaching part-time in area schools. For the past four years, she’s worked with students and trained ELA teachers in an intermediate school where about 1/3 of students entering 5th grade read on K-2 instructional levels. Author of more than 35...

Duration:00:35:49

Ignite a Culture of Innovation with Elisabeth Bostwick (Ep 63)

6/14/2021
Elisabeth Bostwick is a multi-award-winning educator who is passionate about creating the conditions to spark curiosity and unleash creativity to empower learning. She is the author of, Take the L.E.A.P.: Ignite a Culture of Innovation and co-author of Education Write Now, Volume II: Top Strategies for Improving Relationships and Culture. As an innovative teaching and learning consultant and instructional coach supporting K-12 teachers, Elisabeth works alongside educators to create classroom...

Duration:00:30:14

How STEM Students Create Systemic Change with Angela McByrd (Ep 62)

6/7/2021
Angela is an eight year educator that has taught STEM in elementary, middle, and high school. She is currently based in Chicago, where she teaches high school math. Her teaching philosophy centers community - the classroom being a space where teaching and learning happens with all parties involved. She also focuses on student empowerment in STEM for Black youth, with the goals of instilling STEM confidence, increasing STEM knowledge, and providing students with the tools to create systemic...

Duration:00:35:20

Improving Literacy Access with Dr. Jarred Amato (Ep 61)

5/30/2021
Dr. Jarred Amato is an award-winning English teacher from Nashville, TN, and the co-founder of Project LIT Community, a national grassroots literacy movement. Jarred is an avid reader and writer who enjoys collaborating with fellow educators to improve literacy access, attitudes, and outcomes in our schools and communities. Jarred is also a three-time tater tot eating champion. You can follow him at @jarredamato on Twitter!

Duration:00:31:43

Building Classroom Culture with Flipgrid's Jess Boyce (Ep 60)

5/24/2021
Jess is an Educator Innovation Lead for Team Flipgrid and gets the honor to work alongside educators every single day. She is a former middle school math teacher who is super passionate about classroom culture and building relationships with students. You’ll often hear her saying “relationships first, the rest will follow.” She is super curious by nature and loves learning/trying new things, which fueled the ways in which she ran her classroom.

Duration:00:27:16

Education Equity, Social Justice & Access with Dr. Rosa Perez-Isiah (Ep 59)

5/17/2021
Dr. Rosa Perez-Isiah has been an educator and leader for 27 years. She currently serves as Director of Elementary, Equity, and Access in CA. Dr. Perez-Isiah is also an author, speaker, and advocate for Equity and Social Justice.

Duration:00:27:03

Fostering a Collaborative and Positive School Culture with Timothy D. Kanold (Ep 58)

5/10/2021
Timothy D. Kanold, PhD, an award-winning educator, author, and consultant, is former superintendent of Adlai E. Stevenson High School District 125, a model professional learning community district in Lincolnshire, Illinois.

Duration:00:40:16

Community Outreach with Dr. Tiawana Giles (Ep 57)

4/26/2021
Dr. Tiawana Giles is an award-winning Elementary School Principal in Richmond, Virginia. Tiawana has experience in Urban, Suburban and Rural areas. She has worked in schools with high poverty levels as well as very affluent schools and school districts. She has taught K-8 grade. She’s also a veteran of the U. S. Army! Dr. Giles believes in supporting our entire school community. Follow Tiawana on Twitter at @TiawanaG.

Duration:00:27:19

Equity & Social Justice Transformation with Dr. Latoya Dixon (Ep 56)

4/19/2021
Dr. Latoya Dixon had served as a teacher, assistant principal, principal, and state level leader of school transformation. She currently serves as the Director of Early Childhood, Elementary, and Gifted Education in York School District One in South Carolina. Learn more about her work by following her on Twitter @latoyadixon5 and visiting her resource site Leadership With Latoya at https://latoyadixon5.com/.

Duration:00:27:35

Antiracism and Leading Equity in Education with Sheldon L. Eakins, Ph.D. (Ep 55)

4/13/2021
Sheldon L. Eakins, Ph.D. is the Founder of the Leading Equity Center and host of the Leading Equity Podcast. With over 11 years in education, he has served as a teacher, principal, and Director of Special Education. Dr. Eakins has a passion for helping educators accomplish equitable practices in their schools. He has earned a B.S. degree in Social Science Education, an M.S. degree in Educational Leadership, and a Ph.D. in K-12 Education. Follow Sheldon on Twitter at @sheldoneakins and visit...

Duration:00:32:19

Self-Care Strategies for Educators with Tina H. Boogren, Ph.D. (Ep 54)

4/5/2021
Tina H. Boogren, PhD, is a fierce advocate for educators and an award-winning educator, best-selling author, and highly sought-after speaker. Tina has proudly served as a classroom teacher, mentor, instructional coach, and building-level leader and has presented for audiences all over the world. Dr. Boogren is deeply committed to supporting educators so that they can support their students. She conducts highly requested and inspiring keynotes, workshops, and virtual webinars that focus on...

Duration:00:35:26

All Kids Are Our Kids with Principal Lindsy Stumpenhorst (Ep 53)

3/29/2021
Lindsy Stumpenhorst is the Principal at Challand Middle School, in Sterling Illinois. This is her 7th year as a school administrator for Sterling Public Schools, where she has transitioned from Assistant Principal, to Elementary and now Middle School Principal. She has presented at national level conferences like ISTE and NAESP and is a founding member of Moms As Principals. Follow her on Twitter @lstumpenhorst and visit her website at https://principalinboots.wordpress.com/posts/

Duration:00:24:59

Filmbuilding & Cross-Cultural Exchange with Tom Flint (Ep 52)

3/22/2021
Tom Flint is a moving image educator and filmmaker whose interests meet at the crossroads of film and cultural exchange. Flint holds an MA in Art + Design Education from the Rhode Island School of Design with a particular interest in alternative approaches to moving image education and creation. Having spent 15 years living abroad, he is now settled in Boston, where he runs Filmbuilding - a program which curates discovery-based filmmaking experiences to promote cross-cultural exchange....

Duration:00:32:21

Social Emotional Learning with Peter DeWitt, Ed.D. (Ep 51)

3/14/2021
Peter DeWitt (Ed.D) is a former K-5 teacher (11 years) and principal (8 years). He is an independent consultant and leadership coach who runs competency-based workshops and provides keynotes nationally and internationally focusing on school leadership (collaborative cultures and instructional leadership), as well as, fostering inclusive school climates. His work has been adopted at the state level, university level, and he works with numerous school districts, school boards, regional...

Duration:00:32:43

PBL in the Mathematics Classroom with Telannia Norfar (Ep 50)

3/7/2021
Telannia Norfar is a mathematics teacher at a public high school in Oklahoma City, OK where she implements student centered practices like project based learning. She is co-author of Project Based Learning in the Mathematics Classroom and president of Norfar Educational Consulting which provides professional development on student-centered learning strategies to schools across the United States. When she is not spreading love and hope to students and educators, she enjoys spending time with...

Duration:00:32:09

Literacy Instruction & Advocacy with Timmy Bauer (Ep 49)

2/28/2021
Timmy is the host of the Literacy Advocate Podcast. He loves studying what makes some picture books work for kids and others not. He's the author of Billy the Dragon and 7 other picture books and is currently fascinated by the debate between structured literacy and balanced literacy education. Follow Timmy on Twitter at @Timmy_Bauer and visit his website https://www.theliteracyadvocate.com/.

Duration:00:36:36

Equity & Innovation Leadership with Dr. Teresa A. Lance (Ep 48)

2/21/2021
Dr. Teresa A. Lance currently serves as Assistant Superintendent of Equity and Innovation in a suburban school district outside Chicago, Illinois. Prior to her current role, Dr. Lance served as the Superintendent in a suburban school district also outside Chicago, IL. As Superintendent, Dr. Lance led with an equity lens. Her approach is evident by the significant decrease in the disproportionate number of out of school suspensions and expulsions for Black and Brown children. Additionally,...

Duration:00:33:21

Become a Courageous Educator with Jorge Valenzuela (Ep 47)

2/7/2021
Jorge Valenzuela is an education coach, author, and advocate. He has years of experience as a classroom and online teacher, a curriculum specialist, and a consultant. His work focuses on improving teacher preparation in project-based learning, computational thinking and computer science integration, STEM education, and equity-based restorative practices. Jorge is an adjunct professor at Old Dominion University and the lead coach at Lifelong Learning Defined. His book Rev Up Robotics:...

Duration:00:35:03

Equity in Education & PBL with Victoria Thompson (Ep 46)

1/31/2021
Victoria Thompson is a STEM Integration Transformation Coach at Technology Access Foundation--a nonprofit leader redefining STEM education in public schools--and a consultant for Ignite EdTech. She has been in education for five years and began her journey teaching fifth and sixth grade math and science in Summerville, SC. After completing her masters degree in curriculum and instruction she moved to the Seattle, WA area in 2018, where her career has pivoted to focusing on STEM integration...

Duration:00:28:28

How to be a Connected Educator with Adam Welcome (Ep 45)

1/17/2021
Adam has worked in public education for fifteen years in a variety of roles and is currently an Elementary Principal. He's also been a full time speaker and consultant traveling around the country working with school districts and meeting other amazing educators along the way. But most importantly, Adam's wife and two children at home are what make life so exciting and adventurous. Follow Adam on Twitter @mradamwelcome and visit his website at https://www.mradamwelcome.com/.

Duration:00:34:58