Episode #106 is with Derek Wenmoth who is regarded as one of New Zealand education’s foremost future-focused thinkers, and works extensively with schools and systems in New Zealand and elsewhere as they seek to prepare students for their future.
Episode #105 is about Turning Potential into Power. Experiences such as the Director of Digital Learning and Innovation in Milford Public Schools (MA), the elementary school principal in Natick, MA and Attleboro, MA, classroom teacher, and district professional development specialist have provided Dr. Matthew X. Joseph incredible insights on how to best support teaching and learning.
Episode #104 with Olivia Van Ledtje (“LivBit”) and Cynthia Merrill, a mother-daughter team work together to inspire others to think about the power of citizenship online and student voice. They are co-authors of Spark Change: Make Your Mark on the Digital World.
This guest post is a cross-post of Matthew Weimann’s post on Intersectionality from his website, The Captain of Class along with a reflection with Matt and Barbara.
Episode #103 is with Steve Sostak is co-director of Inspire Citizens, author of the Global Impact School Self-Study, designer and director of the IC Master Teacher Endorsement, co-director of GlobalYouthMedia.org , and a global education facilitator, implementing @SDG2030 into school wide learning experiences.
Barry Sommer is a Licensed Educational Psychologist, Marriage and Family Therapist, and an Adjunct Professor at Columbia University. He recently retired as the Director of Advancement at Lindsay Unified School District where he was responsible for Lindsay Leads which was the CyberSchool reimagining learning at Lindsay Unified. Currently, Barry and Kelley Layton are consultants advancing …
Craig Shapiro has been teaching for 30 years. He is a health and fitness instructor at William Tennent High School in the Centennial School District, PA. Craig also coaches Cross Country, Wrestling, and Track at William Tennent. Craig is the host the #teachpos on Sunday evenings at 7:30p ET, and, I have to say, Craig …
Team Teaching Sisters, Michaela Loo, and Tricia Pettis shared their journey as personalized learning coaches and classroom teachers at South View Middle School in Edina, MN. They detail three components of the unit guide: the 3Ps, proficiencies, pathways, and profile that begins with an essential question as a great place to incorporate voice and choice.
This post and PDF from Barbara Bray and Hedreich Nichols is a “work in progress” that was created from a conversation they had around systemic racism. There are resources, scenarios, ideas about what or what not to say or do in different situations.
Laura Robb, an author, teacher, coach, and speaker who has completed more than 43 years of teaching in grades 4-8 and has written more than 25 books for teachers. She presently coaches teachers in reading/writing workshop at Powhatan School in Virginia and coaches teachers in grades K-8 in Staunton, Virginia, Long Island, and Ann Arbor, …