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Episode #37: Messages of Hope, Unity, Education, and Democracy with Dr. Darry Adams

Dr. Darryl Adams is the Rock & Roll, Hip Hop & Soul Superintendent, Thought Leader and a Technology Evangelist! His goal for education is to help make this a better world by inspiring everyone to participate in providing equity, equality, and opportunity for all by ensuring that we “Leave No Child Offline and No Teacher ...


Episode #36: Shift This! to Implement Gradual Change with Joy Kirr

Joy Kirr, a middle school teacher, author, and speaker, was nominated for a Golden Apple award for excellence and teaching in Illinois. Joy has been a National Board Certified Teacher since 2007 and is the author of Shift This: How to Implement Gradual Changes for Massive Impact in Your Classroom. I’ve been following Joy on ...


Episode #35: Finding Your Why and Telling Your Stories with Cate Tolnai

Cate Tolnai is the Director of Member Engagement for CUE and is in her 15th year in k12 education. She taught middle school and worked as a district TOSA as well as district and county level administrator. She is dedicated to making the lives of teachers and administrators in California a little smoother, safer and ...


Episode #34: Dream, Create, and Learn with Dave Truss

David Truss is Principal at The Inquiry Hub Secondary, Coquitlam Open Learning and Suwa’lkh in Coquitlam, BC, Canada. Dave’s website, Pair-a-Dimes, received numerous awards and has his own podcast show. Dave is an amazing presenter and keeps pushing the edge in education. His new venture is his eBook Twitter Edu. I’m really fortunate to have ...


Making, Creating, Innovating, and Personalizing Learning with Travis Lape

Travis Lape is the Harrisburg School District’s Innovative Programs Director and was the recipient of the TIE Technology Leader Award for the State of South Dakota. He co-hosts the Movers & Makers Podcast and helped host over 8 Edcamps in South Dakota in the past three years. I’ve followed Travis on Twitter for several ...


Episode #32: Connect, Collaborate, Create with Sylvia Duckworth

Sylvia Duckworth is an author, sketchnoter, AIM French teacher recently retired, Tech Coach, Google Certified Innovator, and Apple Distinguished Educator. She has more than 30 years of teaching experience in the public and independent school systems in Toronto, Canada. I’ve known Sylvia virtually for many years through social media and been fortunate to have ...


Awakening Wisdom with Linda Inlay

Linda Inlay started an independent school in Hawaii in 1986 called Ho`āla. Ho`āla in Hawaiian means, “awakening of the self,” an apt name for the transformation of teachers, students, and parents to grow in the Four Rs: responsibility, respect, resourcefulness, and responsiveness to be modeled by the adults in order to foster these same values ...


Episode #30: Innovation, Technology, and Human-Centered Design with Naomi Harm

Naomi Harm is a Tech Innovation Specialist, ISTE Instructional Coach, and Google Certified Innovator in Fairfield, California. She is an educational thought leader and influencer and Strategic Outreach Manager in Education for Wonder Workshop. When it comes to human-centered design, design thinking and brain-based approaches to teaching and learning, I seek out Naomi. I’ve known her ...


Episode #29: Learn about the World with the World with Julie Lindsay

Julie Lindsay is based in Australia as a consultant, presenter and workshop leader, is Director of Learning Confluence, Founder and CEO of Flat Connections, co-author of Flattening Classrooms, and author of The Global Educator. I am fortunate to have known Julie for many years and been lucky to have deep discussions with her at several ...


The Why and The Way of Inquiry and PBL with Ross Cooper

Ross Cooper is the Elementary Principal of T. Baldwin Demarest Elementary School in the Old Tappan School District in New Jersey, co-author of Hacking Project Based Learning and and was the Supervisor of Instructional Practice K-12 in the Salisbury Township School District in Allentown, PA at the time of the podcast. I have been following ...


Episode #27: Authenticity, Transparency, and Culture with Abbie Forbus

Abbie Forbus is the Director of Teaching and Learning for KnowledgeWorks. She taught for 15 years in Lindsay Unified School District in California starting in K-2, then high school counselor and eventually became Dean of Culture. In her new position, Abbie works with learning communities across the country to coach them in redesigning learning structures ...


Episode #26: Focus on the What Ifs for a Culture of YES with Eric Sheninger

Eric is an author, innovator, and speaker. He is a Senior Fellow and Thought Leader on Digital Leadership with the International Center for Leadership in Education and before that he was Principal at New Milford High School in NJ. Eric formed the Pillars of Digital Leadership, a framework for all educators to initiate sustainable change ...


Building the Why for Learning with Mike Mohammad

Michael Mohammad, a high school science teacher in Elmbrook School District in Wisconsin, is passionate about personalizing learning for all learners. Mike writes a blog post, Mo Physics, Mo Problems about his own journey to personalize learning and building his PLN. Mike shares what happens in his class on social media. I’ve been part of Mike’s ...


Episode #24: Video Production for Education and Social Impact with Krista Moroder

Krista Moroder is co-founder of NonQuixote, LLC, a video production company & brand storytelling agency. She is an educator, district-level administrator, and former project director on a storytelling & technology program at Digital Promise. I met Krista in 2013 when she was at Kettle Moraine SD in Wisconsin and then followed her to Digital ...


Episode #23: Inspiring Kids to Greatness with Darren Ellwein

Darren Ellwein has been principal of Harrisburg South Middle School, Harrisburg, South Dakota for eight years. He has always had a passion for technology. Darren believes technology and personalized learning has a transformational potential for growth in learning, for teachers and students. I’m very fortunate to have met and spent time with Darren in Minnesota ...


Episode #22: Collaboration and Creativity in Education with Leigh Hynes

Leigh Hynes is from Taupo, New Zealand. She has been employed by the University of Waikato as a Digital Fluency Facilitator since 2013, and her role is working in schools to build capability in using digital technologies. Her long background in secondary school teaching and leadership have led to a commitment to enhance learning using ...


Episode #21: Modeling Behaviors We Want to See with Starr Sackstein

Starr Sackstein is Director of Humanities K-12 in West Hempstead Union Free School District in New York. She is Social Media Manager of ECET2 and manages the Twitter account to build the brand as the voice of @ECET2natl. She is the author of several books on education, on topics such as going gradeless, peer feedback ...


Episode #20: A Sense of Wonderment with Linda Ullah

Linda Ullah is an Online Instructor at Krause Center for Innovation, Foothill College, Los Altos Hills, CA and has been a coach for Friday Institute in NC, New Tech Network, and Personalize Learning, LLC. I’ve known and followed Linda for over 20 years. What I love is Linda’s passion for kids and why it is ...


Episode #19: A Passion for Storytelling and Equity with Ken Shelton

Ken Shelton has been an educator for over 14 years and holds an M.A. in Education in Educational Technology as well as New Media Design and Production. Ken regularly gives keynotes, presentations, and leads workshops, many of which are hands-on, covering a wide variety of Educational Technology, Creative Expression, Visual Storytelling, and Instructional Design topics. ...


Episode #18: Cultivating Creativity with Michelle Baldwin

Michelle Baldwin is a Lead Teacher at Anastasis Academy in Centennial, Colorado. She believes in inspiring students to follow their natural curiosity and take ownership of their learning through inquiry, problem-based and experiential learning, and the Arts. I’ve known Michelle for many years always meeting up with her at different conferences. When I talked ...


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