In this episode, I talk to award-winning educator Rachelle Dene Poth about leading the student-centered classroom. We talk about blended and flipped learning and allowing for more student voice and choice in the classroom. For more information, visit http://leaderoflearning.com/episode18
In this episode, I talk to instructional technology coordinator Claudio Zavala about leveraging educational technology, whether or not students are creating enough content in school, and his success with his popular Flipgrid grids such as #singasong, #playasong, and #positivenoise. His #singasong grid, which is approaching its one year anniversary, has been viewed 33,732 times with over 600 responses and well over 600 hours of engagement! Wow! For more information, visit...
In this episode, I talk to principal and host of the Transformative Principal podcast Jethro Jones and talk to him about making the transition into the role of a school administrator, how to create buy-in with followers, and how to empower others. For more information, visit http://leaderoflearning.com/episode16
In this episode, I interview Starr Sackstein, a district-level administrator, author and blogger, speaker, and fellow ASCD Emerging Leader about her thoughts about topics such as "playing the game of school," going gradeless, and, of course, educational leadership. For more information, visit http://leaderoflearning.com/episode15
In this episode, I interview Tara Martin, a district-level administrator, creator of #booksnaps, blogger, speaker, and soon-to-be-published author about her thoughts about being R.E.A.L. as an educator and the success and purpose of #booksnaps. For more information, visit http://leaderoflearning.com/episode14
In this episode, I interview Raye Wood, a national board certified teacher and doctoral candidate, about her thoughts on building and maintaining strong relationships with students and other educators. For more information, visit http://leaderoflearning.com/episode13
In this bonus episode, I thank my listeners and wish everyone a happy holiday season and a happy new year. I also recap the year and look ahead to even more exciting times for me and this podcast in 2018.
Dr. Will Deyamport III, host of the Dr. Will Show and educational technology specialist, joins me to discuss his show and podcast, getting connected with other educators to share content and ideas, and to spread his message, "Invest in you, EDU!" For more information, visit http://leaderoflearning.com/episode12
Don Sturm, technology integration specialist in Illinois, joins me to discuss how to stay ahead of the curve on new trends in instructional technology and how to adapt to such rapid advancements. For more information, visit http://leaderoflearning.com/episode11
Valerie Lewis, an award-winning educator and leader, discusses teacher leadership, what it means to be a teacherpreneur, and her involvement in educational movements such as #passthescopeedu and EdObstacles. For more information, visit http://leaderoflearning.com/episode10
Educational leadership expert, coach, and fellow podcaster Danny Sunshine Bauer discusses his work helping leaders grow through masterminds, his podcast and brand, “Better Leaders Better Schools”, and his insights about inspiration and motivation. For more information, visit http://leaderoflearning.com/episode8
In this episode, I share my thoughts on this message: Sometimes pushing your students means pushing yourself first. I encourage you, the listener, to raise the bar on your own learning and find new ways to grow yourself as an educator and leader before you can look to grow others. For more information, visit http://leaderoflearning.com/episode7
Mark Crowley, the author of Lead From The Heart, joined me to discuss his experiences as a leader, his views on transformational leadership, and, of course, how to lead from the heart. For more information, visit http://leaderoflearning.com/episode6
Gabriel Carillio, Educational Technology Specialist in San Antonio, Texas, discusses his role as a technology leader and how he has seen educational leadership from a variety of roles and positions, and pitches his own podcast, EdTech Bites, which features topics around educational technology and food. For more information, visit http://leaderoflearning.com/episode5
Josh Tappan, Customer Advocacy Manager at Nearpod, responds to criticism of teacher ambassador programs and discusses how Nearpod handles their PioNear program to support teacher leaders. For more information, visit http://leaderoflearning.com/episode4 Update: Since this episode was recorded and published, Josh has since resigned from Nearpod to pursue another professional opportunity.
Jaime Donally discusses opportunities for global collaboration, advancing education, and shares her passion for immersive technologies such as augmented, virtual and mixed reality. For more information, visit http://leaderoflearning.com/episode3
Dr. Josue Falaise discusses his experience quickly turning around underperforming schools, provides advice on how to lead from any role, and describes his new educational leadership consulting business. For more information, visit http://leaderoflearning.com/episode2