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Providing ideas and resources for K-12 teachers and school-based administrators.

Providing ideas and resources for K-12 teachers and school-based administrators.

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United States

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Providing ideas and resources for K-12 teachers and school-based administrators.

Language:

English


Episodes

Sara Apperson: Teaching Character Development & The Character Tree - 342

1/14/2021
Sara Apperson shares her thoughts on teaching character development and talks about her show - The Character Tree. This is episode 342 of Teaching Learning Leading K12, an audio podcast. Sara Apperson teaches first grade in Washington State and portrays “Miss Sara” in The Character Tree’s https://www.charactertree.com/character development video lessons for early elementary school students. She runs The Primary Pal blog and is a teacher-author on Teachers Pay Teachers. Sara has served...

Duration:00:40:04

Adrian Ridner: Study.com, Working Scholars Program, and Eliminating Education Barriers - 341

1/11/2021
Adrian Ridner: Study.com, Working Scholars Program, and Eliminating Education Barriers. This is episode 341 of Teaching Learning Leading K12, an audio podcast. Adrian Ridner is the Co-Founder and Chief Executive Officer of Study.com and an industry leader in education technology. He has created the leading online learning platform in the world — delivering a personalized learning experience to students and teachers from grade school through college and beyond. Adrian has spent the past...

Duration:00:26:59

Dr. Jenny Nash talks about LEGO Education, Meaningful Failure, and Learning Anywhere - 340

1/7/2021
Dr. Jenny Nash talks about LEGO Education, Meaningful Failure, and Learning Anywhere. This is episode 340 of Teaching Learning Leading K12, an audio podcast. Dr. Jenny Nash serves as the Head of Education Impact Team for LEGO Education in the US, where she provides direction and leadership in delivering meaningful education opportunities for students. With previous experiences as a professional development provider and STEM teacher, Jenny is an advocate for hands-on, inquiry-based...

Duration:00:42:47

Ben Owens discusses his non-profit "Open Way Learning" and the book he co-authored - Open Up, Education! - 339

1/4/2021
Ben Owens discusses his non-profit "Open Way Learning" and the book he co-authored - Open Up, Education! How Open Way Learning Can Transform Schools. This is episode 339 of Teaching Learning Leading K12, an audio podcast. Ben Owens is an education strategist and coach with experience helping schools create the cultural conditions that allow authentic, localized innovation to thrive in their own learning communities. He specializes in working with schools to retool their approach to...

Duration:01:01:55

Centner Academy with Nicole Rivera, principal of the elementary school - 338

12/28/2020
Centner Academy (from the outside), Miami, Florida Centner Academy (from the inside) Nicole Rivera, principal, Centner Academy Elementary School Nicole Rivera is the elementary school principal at the Centner Academy. She talks with me about the founders, focus, and goals of the Centner Academy located in Miami, Florida. This is episode 338 of Teaching Learning Leading K12, an audio podcast. Founded by serial entrepreneurs and philanthropists David and Leila Centner, Centner Academy...

Duration:00:31:26

Sara E. Rimm-Kaufman discusses her book - SEL from the Start: Building Skills in K-5 - 337

12/21/2020
Sara E. Rimm-Kaufman discusses her book SEL from the Start: Building Skills in K-5. This is episode 337 of Teaching Learning Leading K12, an audio podcast. Sara E. Rimm-Kaufman, PhD, is the Commonwealth Professor of Education at the University of Virginia School of Education and Human Development. She lives in Charlottesville. She and her research group at the UVA Social Development Lab (www.socialdevelopmentlab.org) conduct research on elementary and middle school classrooms with the...

Duration:00:38:04

Cathy Fleischer & Antero Garcia discuss their book - Everyday Advocacy: Teachers Who Change the Literacy Narrative - 336

12/17/2020
Cathy Fleischer & Antero Garcia talk with me about their book - Everyday Advocacy: Teachers Who Change the Literacy Narrative. This is episode 336 of Teaching Learning Leading K12, an audio podcast. Cathy Fleischer, a professor at Eastern Michigan University and special imprint editor at NCTE, lives in Ann Arbor, Michigan. Cathy Fleischer is a Professor of English Education and Writing Studies at Eastern Michigan University, where she co-directs the Eastern Michigan Writing Project and...

Duration:00:44:41

David Price, O.B.E. - The Power of Us: How We Connect, Act, and Innovate Together - 335

12/14/2020
David Price talks with me about his book The Power of Us: How We Connect, Act, and Innovate Together. This is episode 335 of Teaching Learning Leading K12, an audio podcast. David Price, OBE, is a global thought leader, learning futurist and author, specialising in how organisations learn, innovate and make themselves fit for the future. He is a highly sought-after public speaker, entertaining and educating audiences around the world, in business, education and the public sector. He is...

Duration:01:05:56

John Ewing talks about MFA (Math for America), Teaching Challenges, and Teacher Support - 334

12/10/2020
John Ewing talks with me about Math for America (MFA), Teaching Challenges, and Teacher Support. This is episode 334 of Teaching Learning Leading K12, an audio podcast. John Ewing joined MƒA (Math for America) in early 2009 as President. Before joining MƒA, Ewing served as Executive Director of the American Mathematical Society for nearly 14 years. With a staff of over 200 employees in four offices and over 32,000 members, the AMS is a major publisher of mathematics research and the...

Duration:00:47:16

Russell Heath: Sailing Around the World, Lessons Learned, and Looking Forward to Rowing Around the Waters of Newfoundland - 333

12/7/2020
Russell Heath talks about sailing around the world, lessons learned, and looking forward to rowing around the waters of Newfoundland. This is episode 333 of Teaching Learning Leading K12, an audio podcast. In his teens, Russell Heath hitchhiked to Alaska and lived in a cabin on the banks of the Tanana River; in his twenties, he lived in Italy and then traveled overland across the Sahara, through the jungles and over the savannas of Africa and into southern Asia. In his...

Duration:00:51:48

John Hattie: Visible Learning, The Impact of What We Do, 10 Mindframes for Leaders, and The Distance Learning Playbook Series K-12 - 332

12/3/2020
John Hattie talks with me today about Visible Learning, The Impact of What We do, and a couple of his most recent books - 10 Mindframes for Leaders, and The Distance Learning Playbook Series for Leaders and Teachers K-12. This is episode 332 of Teaching Learning Leading K12. Professor John Hattie is a researcher in education. His research interests include performance indicators, models of measurement and evaluation of teaching and learning. John Hattie became known to a wider public...

Duration:00:52:19

David Shar: How Teachers Can Prevent From Burning Out in These Difficult Times - 331

11/30/2020
David Shar talks with me about "How Teachers Can Prevent From Burning Out in These Difficult Times and What to Do if You Have a Burnout Problem." This is episode 331 of Teaching Learning Leading K12, an audio podcast. The founder of Illuminate PMC, David is a keynote speaker, consultant, and trainer specializing in helping organizations improve their leadership and culture, combat burnout, and design meaningful work. David combines decades of leadership experience with the latest...

Duration:00:41:25

Brian Buffington and Bucky Bush talk EdTech, GIFS, Gifts for Non-Techies, and Gifts for Techies - 330

11/27/2020
Brian Buffington and Bucky Bush talk with me about EdTech, GIFS, Gifts for Non-Techies, and Gifts for Techies. This is episode 330 of Teaching Learning Leading K12, an audio podcast. Brian Buffington is an EDU pioneer, always sniffing out better ways to increase student engagement and learning through technology. He inspires thousands of teachers, admins, and students in regards to instructional technology strategies, professional media production, and digital living education. Brian has...

Duration:01:05:29

Dung Duong talks about his book - Shifting Optics: A Life in Perspective -329

11/23/2020
Dung Duong talks with me about his book - Shifting Optics: A Life in Perspective. Awesome talk! Dung has a wonderful outlook on life! This is episode 329 of Teaching Learning Leading K12. Dung Duong is an entrepreneur, investor, and optic engineer who’s dedicated to making our world a better place. He supports his wife’s nonprofit, Perspective Charity, which works to give children the opportunity to become impactful doers, contributors, and leaders regardless of their economic or social...

Duration:01:07:10

Houston Kraft - Deep Kindness: A Revolutionary Guide for the Way We Think, Talk, and Act in Kindness - 328

11/19/2020
Houston Kraft talks about his book - Deep Kindness: A Revolutionary Guide for the Way We Think, Talk, and Act in Kindness. This is episode 328 of Teaching Learning Leading K12. Houston Kraft is a speaker, facilitator, kindness advocate and according to his Twitter account - a professional hugger. Houston’s job is to practice kindness. In high school, he started an organization called Random Acts of Kindness, Etc. (R.A.K.E.) to create a more connected, compassionate campus. In college,...

Duration:01:01:56

Mauro Guillen talks about his book 2030: How Today's Biggest Trends Will Collide and Reshape the Future of Everything - 327

11/16/2020
Mauro Guillen talks with me about his Wall Street Journal bestselling book - 2030: How Today’s Biggest Trends Will Collide and Reshape the Future of Everything. This is episode 327 of Teaching Learning Leading K12, an audio podcast. Mauro F. Guillén is one of the most original thinkers at the Wharton School, where he holds the Zandman Professorship in International Management and teaches in its flagship Advanced Management Program and many other courses for executives, MBAs, and...

Duration:00:56:47

Raj Valli: Founder & CEO of Thinkster - 326

11/12/2020
Raj Valli: Founder & CEO of Thinkster talks with me about Thinkster Math, Thinkster apps, test prep, and tutoring. This is episode 326 of Teaching Learning Leading K12, an audio podcast. Raj Valli founded - Thinkster. He is a data and statistics guy at heart. As a certified Six Sigma Black Belt, he helped multi-billion dollar companies save money by making sure that their products and services were of the highest quality. Six Sigma means having less than 3.4 defects per 1 million pieces...

Duration:00:49:55

Lee Matthew Goldberg: Writing, Character Development, and his Newest Thriller - The Ancestor - 325

11/9/2020
Lee Matthew Goldberg talks with me about writing, character development, and his newest thriller - The Ancestor. This is episode 325 of Teaching Learning Leading K12, an audio podcast. Lee Matthew Goldberg is the author of the novels - The Desire Card, The Mentor, Slow Down and now - The Ancestor. He has been published in multiple languages and nominated for the 2018 Prix du Polar. He is the editor-in-chief and co-founder of Fringe, dedicated to publishing fiction that's...

Duration:00:44:21

Micki Boas - One in Five: How We are Fighting for Our Dyslexic Kids in a System that is Failing Them - 324

11/5/2020
Micki Boas talks with us about her book - One in Five: How We are Fighting for Our Dyslexic Kids in a System that is Failing Them. This is episode 324 of Teaching Learning Leading K12, an audio podcast. Micki Boas is a marketing consultant and entrepreneur who has worked with a range of iconic brands, including NIKE, Samsung, the ACLU, the United Nations, and Fusion, to find bold, provocative solutions for broken systems. When Boas’ older son was diagnosed with dyslexia, ittook her four...

Duration:00:57:23

Howie Berman: ACTFL and Supporting Language Educators & Learners - 323

11/2/2020
Howie Berman, the executive director of ACTFL, talks about the ACTFL and Supporting Language Educators & Learners. This is episode 323 of Teaching Learning Leading K12, an audio podcast. Howie Berman is an association executive with nearly 20 years of experience working with non-profit membership organizations. He currently serves as Executive Director for ACTFL, the largest organization in the U.S. serving the needs of language educators and learners. As ACTFL’s chief staff executive,...

Duration:01:05:18