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S2: Teacher Voice Special #3: Susannah Johnson

1/1/2021
On October 25th, 2020 the Honolulu Star Advertiser published a column by Susannah Johnson, founder of Individualized Realized LLC, co-founder of IMPACT Bound and former educator at Assets School. The column was titled: Reimagining education with purpose is needed in a pandemic, and for the future. In this Teacher Voice Special #3, Susannah reads her … Continue reading "S2: Teacher Voice Special #3: Susannah Johnson" The post S2: Teacher Voice Special #3: Susannah Johnson appeared first on...

Duration:00:07:31

S2: Teacher Voice Special #2: Jon Medeiros

12/25/2020
In an October 28th, 2020 blog post at XanEdu Jonathon Mederios wrote about about curiosity as a planning tool for educators. It’s a fabulous blog post. Here, in this Teacher Voice Special #2, he does an out loud “semi dramatic” reading of his post. It is my intention that when educators publish in public places, I … Continue reading "S2: Teacher Voice Special #2: Jon Medeiros" The post S2: Teacher Voice Special #2: Jon Medeiros appeared first on @MLTSinHawaii .

Duration:00:12:04

S2:E12 Aaron Jamal Schorn, Capstone Man

11/30/2020
My guest today for this final episode of Semester 1 of Season 2 is Aaron Jamal Schorn, Nalukai Foundation Program and Academy Startup Camp Director, and Capstone Coordinator at Hawai’i Preparatory Academy on Hawai’i Island. At Nalukai, Aaron creates and implements curriculum, hustles to find mentors and teaches digital storytelling. Outside of Nalukai he is focused … Continue reading "S2:E12 Aaron Jamal Schorn, Capstone Man" The post S2:E12 Aaron Jamal Schorn, Capstone Man appeared first on...

Duration:01:14:12

S2:E11 Writer, Poet, Teacher, Mother, TFA Alum: Jannica Breslin

11/23/2020
Metamorphosis, dragon flies, Hoʻokipa writers, coffee talks, Poetic Couture, Carol Dwek and finding the Filipina within, oh my! My guest today is Jannica Breslin in an episode I am calling my Teach for America Special. This is a partnership with Jill Baldemor, the Executive Director of Teach for America Hawai`i. When I offered Jill the … Continue reading "S2:E11 Writer, Poet, Teacher, Mother, TFA Alum: Jannica Breslin" The post S2:E11 Writer, Poet, Teacher, Mother, TFA Alum: Jannica Breslin...

Duration:01:32:38

S2:E10 Marching for Justice and Planet Earth, with Kawika Ke Koa Pegram

11/16/2020
What exactly is student voice? This question has become the hot topic in public, private and charter schools here in Hawaiʻi, for which I am glad. Sometimes the conversation revolves around giving students agency over their learning. At other times we talk about public exhibitions of learning and the ways students might articulate what they … Continue reading "S2:E10 Marching for Justice and Planet Earth, with Kawika Ke Koa Pegram" The post S2:E10 Marching for Justice and Planet Earth, with...

Duration:01:23:24

S2:E9 She Lives On The Edge Of Her Seat: Ululani Shiraishi

11/2/2020
I have learned, as a podcast host, that some episode interviews are question and response, and some conversations are more…intimate. My episode here with Ululani Shiraishi is decidedly the latter. Ululani gave me a gift during this interview, a phrase I will use in my life going forward: Working at the edge of your seat. … Continue reading "S2:E9 She Lives On The Edge Of Her Seat: Ululani Shiraishi" The post S2:E9 She Lives On The Edge Of Her Seat: Ululani Shiraishi appeared first on...

Duration:01:30:37

S2:QKB1 Questing to Find the Golden Fleece with Argonaut Chris Balme

10/25/2020
Chris Balme, my guest for this “quick kine bites” episode, writes: “Middle school is one of life’s great forks in the road. As the time when puberty begins and thus incredible neurological changes are taking place, middle school has an outsized impact on child development. For some students, it’s the time they begin to find … Continue reading "S2:QKB1 Questing to Find the Golden Fleece with Argonaut Chris Balme" The post S2:QKB1 Questing to Find the Golden Fleece with Argonaut Chris Balme...

Duration:00:55:35

S2:E8 A Reverence for Student-Centered Learning, with Kumu Kaulana Smith

10/19/2020
The Kupu Hou Special: When I asked my dear friends, Mark Hines and John Cheever at Kupu Hou Academy to recommend a Kupu Hou friend and supporter to interview for this podcast, they both immediately and enthusiastically recommended Po’o Kumu Kaulana Smith. Kumu Kaulana is the Director of Curriculum and Instruction at Laupahoehoe Community Public … Continue reading "S2:E8 A Reverence for Student-Centered Learning, with Kumu Kaulana Smith" The post S2:E8 A Reverence for Student-Centered...

Duration:01:36:26

S2:E7 Our 2019 Hawaii State Teacher of the Year, Mathieu Williams

10/12/2020
Prior to all interviews for this podcast series I ask guests to provide me with a bushel of biographic material, their resumes, stuff they have published in print or online, etc. I use these “artifacts of a life” to build my interview questions. Of all the artifacts Mathieu Williams provided for me this 7th episode … Continue reading "S2:E7 Our 2019 Hawaii State Teacher of the Year, Mathieu Williams" The post S2:E7 Our 2019 Hawaii State Teacher of the Year, Mathieu Williams appeared first...

Duration:01:29:40

S2:E6 She’s Been Published!, with Danielle Mizuta

10/5/2020
To be a learning coach, a teacher-leader, an educator coach and an expert on kids with special needs, some on the autistic spectrum, you have to be a deeply empathetic person…right down to your core. Danielle Mizuta has empathy in spades. Empathy is in her DNA. I have known this for a long, long time. … Continue reading "S2:E6 She’s Been Published!, with Danielle Mizuta" The post S2:E6 She’s Been Published!, with Danielle Mizuta appeared first on @MLTSinHawaii .

Duration:01:32:45

S2:E5 The Genome of SEEQS, with Buffy Cushman-Patz

9/28/2020
In schools, as in life, the commodity in shortest supply is time. How we spend our time is how we enact our values (SEEQS.org). Buffy Cushman-Patz and I have known each other for a long time. Mere words cannot capture the enormous respect I have for her and the work she has done in our community. … Continue reading "S2:E5 The Genome of SEEQS, with Buffy Cushman-Patz" The post S2:E5 The Genome of SEEQS, with Buffy Cushman-Patz appeared first on @MLTSinHawaii .

Duration:01:24:17

S2:E4 Coastal Erosion and Other Subjects, With Dan Gaudiano

9/21/2020
Dan Gaudiano is the Academy Science Department Head at Punahou School. He has a BA in geology from Colgate University. At the University of South Carolina Columbia he earned an MS in geology, and then a Master of Arts in Teaching (MAT). Dan has written in scientific journals, authored scientific papers, been a coastal geologist and … Continue reading "S2:E4 Coastal Erosion and Other Subjects, With Dan Gaudiano" The post S2:E4 Coastal Erosion and Other Subjects, With Dan Gaudiano appeared...

Duration:01:35:57

S2:E3 All Good Things are Wild and Free, with Christina Hoe

9/14/2020
“All Good Things Are Wild and Free” (Henry David Thoreau). As it turns out this episode is four years in the making. At the very start of my work with Ted Dintersmith and his film, Most Likely to Succeed, Christina Hoe, a humanities teacher at Le Jardin Academy, reached out to me via an intermediary … Continue reading "S2:E3 All Good Things are Wild and Free, with Christina Hoe" The post S2:E3 All Good Things are Wild and Free, with Christina Hoe appeared first on @MLTSinHawaii .

Duration:01:30:36

S2: Teacher Voice Special #1: Matthew Tom

9/9/2020
Hey everyone, this is the What School Could Be in Hawaii podcast. I am your host, Josh Reppun. From time to time it is my intention to highlight educator voices as they pop up across media platforms in Hawaiʻi. Whether these voices come to my attention in a blog, guest posts on Civil Beat online, op-ed … Continue reading "S2: Teacher Voice Special #1: Matthew Tom" The post S2: Teacher Voice Special #1: Matthew Tom appeared first on @MLTSinHawaii .

Duration:00:08:07

S2:E2 The Epic Journey of Lory Peroff, So Far

9/7/2020
At the end of this episode Waikiki Elementary School educator, Lory Peroff read the following excerpt from a poem: The people I love the best, Jump into work head first, I love people who harness themselves, an ox to a heavy cart, Who pull like water buffalo, with massive patience, Who strain in the mud and the muck to move … Continue reading "S2:E2 The Epic Journey of Lory Peroff, So Far" The post S2:E2 The Epic Journey of Lory Peroff, So Far appeared first on @MLTSinHawaii .

Duration:01:34:18

S2:E1 Matthew Lynch, Building Sustainability Initiatives

8/31/2020
Matthew Lynch and I recorded this interview back on March 24th, just as the Covid-19 “shelter-in-place” lockdown began in Hawaiʻi. What we planned to do in person suddenly had to be done via Zoom. The resulting audio is pretty sketch, but wow, Matthew and I covered some serious ground over a 90-minute conversation. Matthew is … Continue reading "S2:E1 Matthew Lynch, Building Sustainability Initiatives" The post S2:E1 Matthew Lynch, Building Sustainability Initiatives appeared first on...

Duration:01:35:19

Student Voice Special #1: Daniella Lopez White

5/17/2020
Daniella Lopez White is a graduating senior, Class of 2020, at James Campbell High School on the West Side of Oahu. She is also a member of the Center for Tomorrow’s Leaders. On December 1st, 2019, well before our Covid-19 pandemic began and before Hawaiʻi moved to distance learning, Ms. White wrote a column in … Continue reading "Student Voice Special #1: Daniella Lopez White" The post Student Voice Special #1: Daniella Lopez White appeared first on @MLTSinHawaii .

Duration:00:04:59

S1:E24 When Your Teacher is a Trained Ballerina, with Heather Baylosis

5/4/2020
(Today, May 3rd, 2020 is Mei Kanada’s birthday. Mei, an 8th grader, is the Manager at Hawk Media Productions. She is also the editor of this episode, the last regular episode of this season and of her year at the helm of Hawk Media. Happy Birthday, Mei, and thank you for all your hard work! … Continue reading "S1:E24 When Your Teacher is a Trained Ballerina, with Heather Baylosis" The post S1:E24 When Your Teacher is a Trained Ballerina, with Heather Baylosis appeared first on @MLTSinHawaii...

Duration:01:25:04

S1:E23 Here’s to the Crazy Ones, with Brian Dote (Part 2)

4/27/2020
In Part 2 of this 23rd episode of Season 1, Brian Dote and I dive deep into ideas and concepts around educator professional development, the so-called “21st century transcript,” the wild and wonderful things happening at Waipahu High School, how he deliberately and intentionally worked to develop his skills, habits and dispositions, and his proximity … Continue reading "S1:E23 Here’s to the Crazy Ones, with Brian Dote (Part 2)" The post S1:E23 Here’s to the Crazy Ones, with Brian Dote (Part...

Duration:00:55:43

S1:E23 Here’s to the Crazy Ones, with Brian Dote (Part 1)

4/20/2020
Brian Dote has been orbiting near “Black Swan” (type) events all of his professional life. To qualify as a “Black Swan,” an event has to be: Completely unpredictable and rare: Hugely impactful: People love to say after the event, we saw it coming (which they didn’t). Brian worked on Steve Jobs’ team that designed, built … Continue reading "S1:E23 Here’s to the Crazy Ones, with Brian Dote (Part 1)" The post S1:E23 Here’s to the Crazy Ones, with Brian Dote (Part 1) appeared first on...

Duration:00:52:16