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EP 92 The Trickle Down Effect with Robert Breyer

6/7/2019
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I didn’t realize how important school leaders were, but now that I am a school leader I have to bring it every day. When I’m excited my staff is too, my job is to support them. And when my teachers are excited they set the tone for our kids to achieve at higher levels. - Robert Breyer It’s a trickle down effect. Listen and subscribe now :00 - The Trickle down effect 3:45 - beyond the desk leadership. 7:00 - Public School Innovation, listen to the district podcast 12:30 - Teaching from a felt...

Duration:00:36:07

EP 93 Transitioning School Culture James knight

5/28/2019
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When leadership changes, culture changes too. But it’s a process the last thing your educators want is to be blindsided. James Knight took over Rocky Mount Prep after they didn’t have an administrator for some time! To build the schools accountability and culture back up he took it one step at a time. Finding out where referrals were coming from, putting a consistent behavior structure in place, and getting clear on what the school expected from their new administrator. Listen to the Dash...

Duration:00:36:30

EP 92 The Trickle Down Effect with Robert Breyer

5/28/2019
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I didn’t realize how important school leaders were, but now that I am a school leader I have to bring it every day. When I’m excited my staff is too, my job is to support them. And when my teachers are excited they set the tone for our kids to achieve at higher levels. - Robert Breyer It’s a trickle down effect. Listen and subscribe now :00 - The Trickle down effect 3:45 - beyond the desk leadership. 7:00 - Public School Innovation, listen to the district podcast 12:30 - Teaching from a felt...

Duration:00:29:38

EP 91 The impact of school leadership with Phillip Lampron

5/27/2019
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This K - 12 Charter school in North East North Carolina has built a solid foundation guiding students to receive millions in scholarships. It’s amazing how school leaders impact the classroom. As a Principal the culture you create will determine your school’s success, from test scores to happy teachers. Listen to the Dash Podcast now 4:06 - Working at a Title 1 K 12 Charter School 9:00 - How school leadership impacts the classroom 12:40 - Managing behavior and SEl 15:20 - Understanding the...

Duration:00:29:38

EP 90 Being a Change Agent for Education with Brandon Morrison

5/27/2019
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There’s never a separation between advocating for teachers and advocating for students. The conversation about policy and teacher rights is about a better situation for your students. In Brandon Morrison’s case he may be the only black male his students ever see in the classroom. So no matter what’s going on outside of the classroom, that’s a responsibility for your students to deal with. Listen to how to be a change agent in education now 1:00 - Advocating for Teacher Rights 10:40 - The...

Duration:00:38:37

EP 89 Life as a middle school principal with Marva Tutt

4/27/2019
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There’s a lot of push and pull in middle school. Students think they are grown, body’s are changing, attitude are through the roof. Marva Tutt is in her 3rd year as a principal, year one was about picking the low hanging fruit, year two campus was challenged to change year three is about becoming a principled principal Listen now to Episode 89 of the Dash Podcast 2:00 - Take time to know your students and teachers 5:14 - Life as a middle school principal 13:00 - The Principled principal...

Duration:00:30:26

EP 88 Build strong children or repair broken men with Rheon Gibson

4/27/2019
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EP 88 Build strong children or repair broken men with Rheon Gibson As a school leader you develop a unique balance in life. Home plus school takes a lot more than a 9:00 - 5:00. But you’ve got to find the balance to be your best self. Rheon Gibson shifted his career as a Guidance Counselor, to being a school leader. Building relationships with students so we can understand them the way students understand themselves. Listen to the newest episode of the Dash Podcast now 1:40 - From Guidance...

Duration:00:31:13

EP 87 Discipline and Relationships go hand in hand with David Gaudet

4/27/2019
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Having a sense of humor and relationship with the kids is key to middle schools. The middle ages are an opportunity to take a kid in a tough place and develop them before they grow a fixed mindset. There are tons of protocols, systems, and standards but when the teacher cares about the student and the lesson is engaging. Everybody wins. 3:00 - Global studies and language immersion program (Global studies magnet program can take Mandarin, Spanish, French, global studies electives teacher...

Duration:00:31:03

EP 86 Data Rich information Poor with Dr. Heidi O'gilvie

4/26/2019
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We have a problem with students coming to school and staying engaged. There’s a disconnect between what students are being exposed to and what they need to know to be productive citizens. It’s important to keep digging deep on how to prepare our teachers with the pedagogy and empathy they need to keep students engaged. The goal is to create teachers who have a social justice mindset to understand that all students deserve access to high-quality education. Listen to my conversation with Dr....

Duration:00:34:56

EP 85 - Phases of Innovation in Education with Brian Setser

4/26/2019
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Over the past 100 years education has pretty much stayed the same, in the past 10 years the cost of education has multiplied 2.5x but the value hasn’t increased at the same rates. Are you ready to innovate your classroom, school or district? The challenges are consistent throughout education, missing resources, top talent spread to thin, public will to progress. Bryan Setser Principal of the RPK group is an early adopter in to innovation in education, and considers himself an EDUPRENEUR and...

Duration:00:39:46

EP 84 2% of Educators are Black with Lloyd Knight

3/30/2019
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Why are there so few black educators, in a country with a growing minority population we don’t see the same representation in Education. Lloyd Knight has spent his career as an educator working in some of the toughest neighborhoods turning around some of the longest failing schools. 1:30 - Why are there so few black educators in our country when black men make up such a large part of our country. 2% of educators are african american 4:00 - College taught me how to be better at a lot of...

Duration:00:42:51

EP 83 Leading through the lens of equity with Dr. Lorenzo Hughes

3/30/2019
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Are you leading through the lens of equity? We are allowing students to live below their privilege with an over representation of kids of color in special ed and decrease of minority students in challenging courses. Dr. Lorenzo Hughes is the Senior manager for School support and Equitable Practices for the Anne Arundel County schools in annapolis Maryland and is working to provide professional development to schools across the county to make equity a priority in education. 0:53 - Leading...

Duration:00:37:07

EP 82 Channeling challenging students star potential with Walter Duncan

3/30/2019
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When you stand in front of class you bring all of you, and when you don’t believe your student know it. You’ve got to remind yourself that they have no limits and every student can learn. Walter Duncan is the founder of the Quick Key app that’s a teacher tool helping teachers to chanel challenging students star potential. With instant grading, 1:1 device quizzing and google forms grading. 3:10 - In the classrooms that other people run away from 6:50 - Channeling challenging students star...

Duration:00:25:05

EP 81 Looking back at my education

3/27/2019
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What was your experience in education like? For me, it was growing up in different schools, different homes, and different worlds. For an episode of a new podcast ‘War on Recess’ created by Walter Duncan I had a chance to share my story through education. 1:00 - Growing up in different schools 2:30 - Growing up in different worlds 7:00 - Growing up in different homes

Duration:00:15:30

EP 80 Wearing Multiple hats with Sherrie Ivey

2/27/2019
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Kids need opportunity, nobody gets to choose what they are born into, so it’s up to us to create the opportunity for our next generation. Sherrie Ivey has made a strong commitment to serve her students as one of many early college programs that graduates students in their 5 year program with a High school diploma and Associate degrees. Starting a school is a tall task the Harnett County Early College doesn’t even have a full administrative staff. Listen now to find out how they support their...

Duration:00:25:17

EP 79 School isn’t what it used to be with mrs. Latonya Goodson

2/27/2019
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Building and restoring students with a troubled background takes consistency, effort, structure and patience. Education is finally changing. Moving past ‘traditional’ lecture’s and into 21st century learning. It’s important to celebrate student success, and more importantly use a system to celebrate students success. One new initiative that’s making a big impact is ‘capturing kids hearts’. Students have to know you care before they will be willing to learn. Mrs. Latonya Goodson share’s her...

Duration:00:30:31

EP 78 Building a Skilled workforce: Angel Malone SC CATE Director

2/27/2019
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Career & Technology Education has burst into education over the last 5 years. What used to be known as classes for ‘the other kids’ are now one of the greatest advantages every student can receive. Creative, Critical and Innovative thinking. The coolest part is that CATE or CTE isn’t just for high school the South Carolina department of Education is working on expanding exploration to involve 5th - 12th Grade. Angel Moore Director of Career & Technology Education for SCDOE share’s her...

Duration:00:36:45

EP 77 Don’t expect the summers off with Dr. Latoia Valentine

2/27/2019
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Don’t expect the summers off, being a teacher means creating opportunities for every student to succeed. Why are you in administration? Education isn’t for everybody! That’s not the case for Dr. Latoia Valentine, she’s in a new role as a middle school Principal, and she’s starting off by building rapport. Sow into your teachers what you want them to sow into your students. Before your students trust you they have to know you care. 5:52 - don’t expect the summers off 9:45 - coaching as a...

Duration:00:31:17

EP 76 Early College Graduates with James Dillard

2/7/2019
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The Path to graduation, Early college high school Initiative began in 2002 with the funding from the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation. And they continue to fund this project today. I was surprised to learn the initiative started as a way to provide Underprivileged students an opportunity to get ahead. Today these ECHS programs are all around the country allowing students to graduate high school with an Associates degree! James Dillard Assistant Principal of Greer Middle College Charter High...

Duration:00:25:49

EP 74 Ever changing education with Fedrick Cohen

2/7/2019
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District-wide systems are mandated but they aren’t always funded. That’s why administrators are working with multiple hats to provide each school the support they need. It’s a tall task to meet the needs of each school because no two buildings are the same, and education is ever evolving. And this is why educators aren’t worrying about what doesn’t exist rather focusing on giving back. Do you remember what brought you to education? Was it a teacher, an experience, a calling. Whatever the...

Duration:00:26:12