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The Goin' Digital Show airs every other Tuesday night at 8 pm Eastern/7 pm Central on the Teach Cow Broadcasting Network at TeachCow.com. Hosted by Dr. Greg Goins, a veteran school superintendent in southern Illinois, The Goin' Digital Show is a live, one-hour Google Hangout that promotes the principles of Digital Leadership in K-12 schools and features many of the nation's top school superintendents, principals and innovators in public education. Connect with Dr. Goins on Twitter at @wfsuper or visit www.goindigital.com.

The Goin' Digital Show airs every other Tuesday night at 8 pm Eastern/7 pm Central on the Teach Cow Broadcasting Network at TeachCow.com. Hosted by Dr. Greg Goins, a veteran school superintendent in southern Illinois, The Goin' Digital Show is a live, one-hour Google Hangout that promotes the principles of Digital Leadership in K-12 schools and features many of the nation's top school superintendents, principals and innovators in public education. Connect with Dr. Goins on Twitter at @wfsuper or visit www.goindigital.com.
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The Goin' Digital Show airs every other Tuesday night at 8 pm Eastern/7 pm Central on the Teach Cow Broadcasting Network at TeachCow.com. Hosted by Dr. Greg Goins, a veteran school superintendent in southern Illinois, The Goin' Digital Show is a live, one-hour Google Hangout that promotes the principles of Digital Leadership in K-12 schools and features many of the nation's top school superintendents, principals and innovators in public education. Connect with Dr. Goins on Twitter at @wfsuper or visit www.goindigital.com.

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Episodes

Screenagers: Growing Up in The Digital Age - Goin' Digital Show

10/29/2016
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Episode 23 - Screenagers: Growing Up In The Digital Age Date: September 20, 2016 Run Time: 55:01 Summary: In this episode, award-winning documentary filmmaker Delaney Ruston provides insight on her latest project, Screenagers, a film that examines some of the pitfalls kids face today as a result of too much screen time in the midst of increasing peer pressure to find acceptance through social media and interactive games. Amber Heffner, Executive Director of the Illinois Computing...

Duration:00:55:43

Jump On The Energy Bus with Jon Gordon Date - Episode 20 Goin' Digital Show

8/8/2016
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Summary: In this episode, Jon Gordon, best selling author of The Energy Bus: 10 Rules to Fuel Your Life, Work, and Team with Positive Energy, talks about the power of positive thinking and offers encouragement to school leaders and educators who are about to embark on a new school year. Guests: Jon Gordon Jon Gordon is one of the most sought after speakers in the world today. His best-selling books and talks have inspired readers and audiences around the world and his...

Duration:00:21:46

Digital Badges -- Episode 18 Goin' Digital

6/6/2016
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Episode 18 - Digital Badges Date: May 31, 2016 Run Time: 59:41 Summary: Are you ready for a new perspective on personalized professional development? In this episode, Laura Fleming, Cate Tolnai and Matt Friedman discuss tips for creating your very own digital badging platform in your school district. Learn the difference between badges, micro-credentials and gamification as it relates to providing new learning opportunities for K-12 educators. Guests: Laura Fleming Laura...

Duration:01:00:28

Creating Model Schools - Episode 15 Goin' Digital

4/2/2016
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In this episode, Dr. Greg Goins discusses best practices for creating Model Schools with Eric Sheninger and Dwight Carter, award-winning principals, authors and presenters at the Model Schools Conference on June 26-29, 2016, in Orlando, FL. Among the topics discussed are digital leadership, school learning spaces and innovative strategies to engage today's students (Generation Z). Eric Sheninger GUESTS: Eric Sheninger is a Senior Fellow and Thought Leader on Digital Leadership...

Duration:01:03:36

Reimagined Schools - GD13

3/5/2016
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What if our K-12 schools could look more like a Starbucks, Barnes & Noble or even the Apple Store? In this episode, advocates for reimagined schools talk about achieving those goals through flexible seating and creative learning spaces, while also offering tips to create innovative school design for 21st century learners. It's time to eliminate the traditional model of boring, uninspired school spaces as we shift our focus to creating Future Ready Schools. Guests: Kayla Delzer is a...

Duration:01:04:14

GD12 - Lessons On Leadership

2/18/2016
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In this episode, leadership experts representing education and the business sector share ideas and best leadership practices for school success. Listen to proven leaders discuss new challenges for 21st century leaders, the importance of building relationships and trust within organizations and how working with a leadership coach can improve confidence and greater success in a leadership position. Guests: Harvey Alvy served as a practicing principal for 14 years in both elementary...

Duration:01:04:58

GD7 - The Innovative School Leader

1/12/2016
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Are you a digital leader? In this episode, innovative school leaders share their tips and tricks to enhance communications through the use of video, blogs and podcasting to promote school success and create stronger community connections. Guests: Dr. Brad Gustafson is an elementary principal in Minnesota. An innovative administrator, Brad has pioneered efforts to transform pedagogy to reflect best practices in a digital age. Brad is a TEDx and keynote speaker and author who exudes a...

Duration:01:02:06

GD6 - Kids Deserve Our Very Best

1/12/2016
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What can we do to create a “kids first” school culture? In this episode, school leaders challenge the status quo of traditional thinking and advocate for a more student-centered environment that gives kids a voice in their own school experience. Guests: Todd Nesloney is the Principal/Lead Learner of Webb Elementary in Navasota, TX. He is the 2015 Bammy Award Recipient for Elementary Principal and the 2014 Award Winner for Classroom Teacher of the Year, the TCEA Teacher of the Year for...

Duration:00:59:15

GD5 - The Maker Movement: Rethinking School Spaces

1/12/2016
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In this episode, school leaders discuss the importance of redesigning school spaces and classrooms that work best for kids in an ever-changing digital world. Among the topics discussed are maker spaces, classroom furniture and learning spaces, common areas for collaboration and “idea streets” that convert hallways into learning zones. Guests: Travis has been an educator in the state of South Dakota going on 4 years. He has been both a classroom teacher and technology integrationist in...

Duration:01:05:57

GD3 - The School Leader's Guide to Edcamp

1/10/2016
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Are you ready to bring Edcamp to your school district? In this episode, we will explore the history of the Edcamp movement and learn tips and tricks to implement this innovative new professional learning model in K-12 education. Guests: An educational leader and curriculum writer, Kristen is a renowned teacher, professional developer, writer, speaker, and consultant on impactful learning designs. She has worked directly under the tutelage of Dr. Grant Wiggins and authored both...

Duration:00:56:48

GD2 - The Tech-Savvy Administrator

1/10/2016
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In this episode, we will discuss Steven W. Anderson’s book, The Tech-Savvy Administrator, and share digital tools that will allow busy administrators to become more productive and efficient as 21st century school leaders. Guests: Steven W. Anderson is a learner, blogger, speaker, educational evangelist, author and Dad. As a former teacher and Director of Instructional Technology he is highly sought after for his expertise in educational technology integration and using social media for...

Duration:00:59:23

GD1 - Digital Leadership for Future Ready Schools

1/10/2016
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In this inaugural episode, some of the nation’s most innovative school superintendents gather to discuss digital leadership, the power of social media for “connected educators”, new models for professional learning, and tips and resources to help create Future Ready Schools. Guests: Jay Eitner is a proud product of the New Jersey public schools. A graduate from Union High School in 1997, Jay attended The American University in Washington DC with a BA in interdisciplinary studies. He...

Duration:01:05:39