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Award-winning professional learning podcasts that serve the global education community.

Award-winning professional learning podcasts that serve the global education community.

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Award-winning professional learning podcasts that serve the global education community.

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Episodes

AASA Leading for Equity - Courageous Leadership – A Systems Approach to Equity

4/6/2021
This edWeb podcast is hosted by AASA, The School Superintendents Association. The webinar recording can be accessed here. The work of closing opportunity gaps for students of color and realizing excellence for EVERY scholar can be done! All too often we read about equity, race and inclusion with few real and tangible examples of what it can look like. This edWeb podcast is designed to provide multiple examples of what equity looks like when it is embedded throughout a school district. It...

Duration:00:55:48

Understanding and Boosting Student Engagement in Today’s 21st Century Learning Environments

4/5/2021
This edWeb podcast is sponsored by CatchOn, An ENA Affiliate and Battelle for Kids. The edLeader Panel recording can be accessed here. Over the last year, we’ve seen tremendous shifts in learning. Educators are reimagining ways to engage students in meaningful 21st century learning, both in the classroom and in digital learning environments. As districts continue to develop and integrate tools, processes, instructional approaches, and assessments to meet the learning needs of all students,...

Duration:00:58:47

AASA Leading for Equity - Leading from the Center by Promoting Equity in Schools and Classrooms

3/29/2021
This edWeb podcast is hosted by AASA, The School Superintendents Association. The webinar recording can be accessed here. If you’re engaged in the crucial undertaking of dismantling racial injustice and creating equity within a school system, you’ve probably used the phrase, “doing the work.” Yet, what does the work actually look like? How do you know if you’re doing it? How do you know if you’re doing the right work? Please listen to moderator and 2010 CCSSO National Teacher of the Year,...

Duration:00:58:18

AASA Leading for Equity - Implementing a Strategic Playbook for Disruption

3/22/2021
This edWeb podcast is hosted by AASA, The School Superintendents Association. The webinar recording can be accessed here. Since mid-March 2020, our daily routines have been ruled by a public health crisis unlike anything most of us have seen. We feel frustrated, annoyed, overwhelmed and unsure of what to do next. The normality in education has been shattered, and while COVID-19 has been the catalyst for the process, the changes both inside and outside of education have been constant over...

Duration:00:56:14

Leading for Equity - The Petersburg City Public Schools’ Story – Using Practices and Partnerships to Move the Equity Agenda

3/12/2021
This edWeb podcast is hosted by AASA, The School Superintendents Association. The webinar recording can be accessed here. Petersburg City Public Schools Superintendent, Dr. Maria Pitre-Martin, leads staff, parents and community members to answer one important essential question, “What would you want for every child?” Petersburg City Public Schools is an urban school district located near Richmond, Virginia with approximately 4,100 students. Though the school district has 75.26% of students...

Duration:00:50:20

edFocus Summit: K-12 Funding: Where's the Money?

3/11/2021
This edWeb podcast is sponsored by MCH Strategic Data. If there is one topic that the educators and the education industry want to know, it's "Where's the money?" The costs involved in coping with COVID-19 are excessive and continuing. Join Jon Bernstein and panel of experts as they provide insights early in the Biden/Harris administration for the outlook for K-12 education funding. MCH Strategic Data MCH Strategic Data offers the highest quality data and technology solutions to power...

Duration:00:59:45

edFocus Summit: Tips for Start-Ups in a Pandemic

3/11/2021
This podcast is hosted by edWeb.net. We may all feel like we’re in a shark tank right now. It’s challenging for start-ups to raise money and grow their businesses even in good times. In the COVID-19 pandemic, it can be even harder. Join us for a panel of experts with tips for the best ways to raise money, get brand recognition, open doors with investors or school districts, and grow your business at a challenging time. There is more money coming in to the pipeline from the Federal...

Duration:00:53:38

edFocus Summit: Conversation with Tom Whitby

3/11/2021
This podcast is hosted by edWeb.net. Conference co-hosts Lisa Schmucki, founder and CEO of edWeb.net, and Alex Urrea, Managing Partner of Eduscape, kick off the TGIF welcome and dance party!

Duration:00:57:25

edFocus Summit: The Librarian's Voice

3/11/2021
This edWeb podcast is sponsored by SHI. Join us for a panel discussion with leading, innovative librarians who are at the forefront, now more than ever, in helping school communities cope with the coronavirus and look ahead to a better future. What will the future ready library look like in a post-covid world, and how can industry partners help make that future a better one? SHI Transform remote work into a truly hybrid model with devices, infrastructure & security from SHI.

Duration:00:49:30

edFocus Summit: The Tech Leader's Voice

3/11/2021
This edWeb podcast is sponsored by Catchon, an ENA Affiliate. The shift to remote learning in March of 2020 led to a dramatic acceleration in tech adoption for K-12. Tech leaders have been challenged to provide equitable access for all students, and to provide the training and coaching so teachers can use the technology effectively. We ask this outstanding panel of tech leaders about the biggest tech challenges and opportunities right now. How can industry partners help tech directors with...

Duration:00:50:44

edFocus Summit: The Principal's Voice

3/11/2021
This podcast is hosted by edWeb.net. This panel of innovative principals at the elementary, middle,and high school level discusses how they've managed the needs of students, teacher, parents, and staff during this period of "crisis schooling." We ask their biggest challenges now, and can they see a silver lining beyond COVID-19. How can industry partners help principals with the challenges and opportunities ahead?

Duration:00:38:45

edFocus Summit: The Teacher's Voice

3/11/2021
This podcast is hosted by edWeb.net. Teachers have been on the front lines, often risking their own health to teach in person, dealing with the challenges of getting students to engage remotely, and often asked to switch back and forth from in-person to remote teaching. This panel of teachers at different levels discusses the challenges they've face and the struggles and successes of their students. We know that teachers need more professional learning. How will that change going forward?...

Duration:00:49:51

edFocus Summit: The Superintendent's Voice

3/11/2021
This edWeb podcast is sponsored by Big Deal Media. Superintendents have been faced with a nearly impossible task of leading their school communities through this crisis. A panel of leading, innovative superintendents reflects on what they've faced and learned, and how K-12 education can be better for all students as we emerge from the pandemic. How can industry partners help superintendents with the challenges and opportunities ahead? Big Deal Media Saving educators hours of research...

Duration:00:51:37

edFocus Summit: The Student's Voice

3/11/2021
This edWeb podcast is sponsored by Project Tomorrow. In this no-spin zone discussion with middle and high students from across the country, we adjust your sight lines with input from the students about their ideas for more effective and engaging learning – and expectations for new learning models post COVID. Julie Evans of Project Tomorrow leads a discussion with students from across the country. In 2015, Project Tomorrow asked students across the nation to predict what learning would look...

Duration:00:56:39

edFocus Summit: The Impact of COVID-19 on K-12 Education

3/11/2021
This edWeb podcast is sponsored by ClassLink. Our opening session features a panel of leading educators discussing the impact of COVID-19 on K-12 Education. The panel is moderated by Julie Evans, the CEO of Project Tomorrow, and informed by the research that has been done on the impact of this crisis on educators, student learning, and the education ecosystem. The panel shares their insights on how COVID-19 is influencing a new education transformation in our country. In spring 2020, the...

Duration:00:52:47

How to Strengthen Your School Community Using the Power of SEL

3/10/2021
This edWeb podcast is sponsored by Scholastic Classroom Magazines. The edLeader Panel recording can be accessed here. The ongoing pandemic has led to record levels of anxiety and collective trauma in our schools. Social and emotional learning (SEL) is quickly emerging as one of the most powerful tools administrators have to revitalize their school communities. Listen to Pam Allyn, renowned author and educator, Lauren Tarshis, SVP and Editor-In-Chief of Scholastic Classroom Magazines, and...

Duration:00:55:59

Preparing for Success - Leveraging Social-Emotional Behavior Data to Plan for Next Year

3/10/2021
This edWeb podcast is sponsored by Illuminate Education. The edLeader Panel recording can be accessed here. While this school year is still in full swing, planning for 2021-22 is gearing up. As you look ahead to programs, practices, and priorities, social-emotional behavior (SEB) data can provide helpful insights. The past year has put everyone’s social-emotional skills to the test. Has your schoolwide social-emotional learning (SEL) program provided the supports students need? Which...

Duration:00:56:03

Leading Learning in a Blended Environment - What Works for Students, Teachers and Administrators

3/10/2021
This edWeb podcast is sponsored by ClassLink. The webinar recording can be access here. Blended learning activities have been around for decades. Although, in the past, these student learning activities usually took place inside a school classroom when technology tools were available. However, since the challenges of COVID-19 presented themselves about a year ago, blended learning is now a function of teaching and learning in not only face-to-face classrooms, but also in remote and hybrid...

Duration:01:02:11

Leading for Equity - Are All the Children Well? How One School District Is Using a Social Justice Lens to Respond to That Question

3/8/2021
This edWeb podcast is hosted by AASA, The School Superintendents Association. The webinar recording can be accessed here. Utilizing a social justice lens, Dr. Baron R. Davis, Superintendent of Richland School District Two, offers a response to the question, “Are all the children well?” that addresses the philosophy, research, and intentionality necessary to ensure premier learning experiences and outcomes that illuminate, validate, and celebrate the capabilities of all children. Through...

Duration:01:05:55

Hope, Mattering, and Moving Forward

3/4/2021
This edWeb podcast is sponsored by Gaggle. The edLeader Panel recording can be accessed here. With so many complications in today’s world, it’s important to make sure our students remain hopeful for the future. But how do we instill hope in our students? To give students hope, we must ensure that they feel seen, heard, valued, and essential. Students must know how much they matter so they can be empowered—both in their education and in life. The message of mattering is simple yet...

Duration:00:59:13