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Susannah Johnson is Individualized and Realized

10/21/2019
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If I were to line up all the people I know who understand individualized learning, Susannah Johnson stands at the front…by a lot. After a career in business she moved to the classroom; the lives of kids have been impacted ever since. She is the kind of teacher (meaning guide-on-the side, sponsor, coach, mentor) I … Continue reading "Susannah Johnson is Individualized and Realized" The post Susannah Johnson is Individualized and Realized appeared first on @MLTSinHawaii .

Duration:00:37:52

S1:OTR3 The Dreams of Alex Teece

10/13/2019
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Alex Teece and his team worked for three years to turn DreamHouse Academy (located in West Oahu) from an idea into a reality. Listen as Alex and I explore how he and his partners designed and developed a public charter school focused on the fusion of identity, leadership, place, culture and student agency. The Hawaiʻi … Continue reading "S1:OTR3 The Dreams of Alex Teece" The post S1:OTR3 The Dreams of Alex Teece appeared first on @MLTSinHawaii .

Duration:00:48:26

S1:E5 Zack Morita, Jedi Music Man

10/7/2019
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Zach Morita takes a very real world, very experiential and progressive approach to music education at Niu Valley Middle School on the east side of Oahu in Hawaiʻi. His students commission musical scores from local artists, compete in Olympic events, collaborate with local chamber music ensembles and much, much more. Listen as Zach and I … Continue reading "S1:E5 Zack Morita, Jedi Music Man" The post S1:E5 Zack Morita, Jedi Music Man appeared first on @MLTSinHawaii .

Duration:00:38:22

S1:OTR2 Luke Ritchie Knows School Transformation

10/3/2019
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Luke Ritchie is the Head of School at the Annesley Junior School – tagline: Heritage, Values, Innovation – in Adelaide, Australia (population 1.4 million). Annesley was a school on the brink of collapse not long ago. In this On the Road episode Luke and I talk about how he and his staff, his faculty, his … Continue reading "S1:OTR2 Luke Ritchie Knows School Transformation" The post S1:OTR2 Luke Ritchie Knows School Transformation appeared first on @MLTSinHawaii .

Duration:00:26:59

S1:OTR1 Evan Beachy Knows Assessments

9/30/2019
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In this first On The Road episode of the What School Could Be in Hawaiʻi podcast, you will hear a wide ranging conversation about grades, transcripts, rubrics, assessments and topics related to knowing and measuring student learning. Dr. Evan Reppun Beachy is Senior Education Consultant and Director of the Kealaʻula Innovations Institute at Kamehameha Schools … Continue reading "S1:OTR1 Evan Beachy Knows Assessments" The post S1:OTR1 Evan Beachy Knows Assessments appeared first on...

Duration:00:27:39

S1:E4 Kui Gapero Knows What School Could Be

9/23/2019
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Kui Gapero loves working with middle school students. It’s safe to say they are his passion. He finds their quirks difficult sometimes, but in the end, they reward and nuture him with their eagerness to learn. An innovative, creative, imaginative educator at the Kamehameha Schools, Maui Middle School, his work primarily focuses on teaching Hawaiian … Continue reading "S1:E4 Kui Gapero Knows What School Could Be" The post S1:E4 Kui Gapero Knows What School Could Be appeared first on...

Duration:00:36:26

S1:E3 Katina Soares: Educator, Innovator, Leader

9/16/2019
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As a kid, Katina Soares attended Molokai’s Kaunakakai Elementary, Molokai Middle and Molokai High School. She has an associate’s degree from the University of Hawai’i, Maui College, a bachelor’s degree from Judson College, a master’s degree from Liberty University and a PhD in education leadership from Walden University. She is a School Retool Fellow and … Continue reading "S1:E3 Katina Soares: Educator, Innovator, Leader" The post S1:E3 Katina Soares: Educator, Innovator, Leader appeared...

Duration:00:42:05

S1:E2 Melissa Speetjens, Public School Proud

9/8/2019
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Listen to this episode and you will clearly see that Melissa Speetjens is public school proud. The Principal at Waimea Canyon Middle School on the island of Kauai (the westernmost middle school in the United States), Melissa and her faculty have implemented a dynamic program called “20% Time,” where 6th, 7th and 8th graders spend … Continue reading "S1:E2 Melissa Speetjens, Public School Proud" The post S1:E2 Melissa Speetjens, Public School Proud appeared first on @MLTSinHawaii .

Duration:01:20:06

S1:E1 Janice Blaber Inverts Maslow

9/2/2019
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Janice Ochola Blaber, born of parents from Western Samoa and Ecuador, started dreaming about being a teacher in the 1st grade. Today, after managing restaurants and bartending in New York City and Honolulu, getting a graduate degree from University of Hawaiʻi at Hilo, holding various public and private school substitute teaching and ELA positions – … Continue reading "S1:E1 Janice Blaber Inverts Maslow" The post S1:E1 Janice Blaber Inverts Maslow appeared first on @MLTSinHawaii .

Duration:00:37:30

Our Podcast Beta Test

8/21/2019
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Hey, it’s Josh Reppun coming to you from Hālau ‘Īnana on Oahu. This is a beta test of our first What School Could Be in Hawaiʻi podcast series. Ryan Ozawa and I recorded this 15-minute conversation as a test of our systems. It’s a fun conversation about podcasting in general, and our purposes for developing … Continue reading "Our Podcast Beta Test" The post Our Podcast Beta Test appeared first on @MLTSinHawaii .

Duration:00:15:07