Partial Credit is the podcast that brings together education, pop-culture, and shenanigans! Your hosts, Jeffery Heil, Donnie Piercey, and Jesse Lubinsky, span 3 generations and they've got you covered coast to coast. Sit back, relax, and earn your partial credit.
This week, we were joined by Lee Perez, the 2022 Nebraska Teacher of the Year.
In honor of National Poetry Month, our special guest this week is educator and poet, Taylor Mali the author of "What Teachers Make."
This week, we welcomed the 2021 Illinois Teacher of the Year, Justin Johnson, who spoke to us about music education and the need the to hire and retain a diverse teaching community.
Friend of the podcast, Lisa Highfill, walks us through a virtual academy she's helped create and how it has changed the lives of her students. We also play a new game called "HyperDocs: Real or Fake."
This week, the boys are joined by their friend Toby Price who's been all over the news the past few weeks. Toby shares his story of being fired as an Assistant Principal in Mississippi for reading the book "I Need a New Butt" to a group of second grade students.
This week we’re reopening the TOY Chest with our special guest, Sarah Brown Wessling.
The 2022 Kentucky Teacher of the Year (Willie Edward Taylor Carver, Jr) stops by to talk about his platform as he takes over the reins from Donnie.
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"The Tech Rabbi" Michael Cohen joins the party this week to discuss NFTs and Web3 in education!
Jessica Williams joins to talk about Thanksgiving, her latest trip to Saturday Night Live (she won the lottery again!), and the teacher burnout crisis.
Oh yeah, and Donnie was sick for this episode (if you're wondering why he sounds like he's podcasting from under a rock)
Coming to you LIVE from the UTIS 2021 Conference in Iceland, Jesse, Donnie, and a whole bunch of new Icelandic friends host another LIVE episode of the pod.
Jake Miller of the Educational Duct Tape Podcast stops by to chat with Donnie, Jeff, and Jesse about his new book: Educational Duct Tape.
This is part two of a special two-part crossover with Jake's Educational Duct Tape podcast, also part of the Education Podcast Network. You can check out the first part on Episode 66 of Jake's show.
David Kreizman is an award-winning showrunner, writer, and producer across television and digital media platforms.
David is a co-creator and head writer of the hit middle-grade podcast, "The Unexplainable Disappearance of Mars Patel", winner of a Peabody Award and soon to be both a television show and middle-grade book series.
David co-founded Gen-Z Media, where he serves as Chief Creative Officer, overseeing the developmen...
Glass, a native of Brandenburg and a third-generation Kentucky educator, has been commissioner of education since September 2020. Before that, he had been superintendent and chief learner of Jeffco Public Schools in Colorado since 2017.
A 1990 graduate of Meade County High School, Glass received a bachelor’s degree in political science and history in ...
Chris Betcher is a Certified Drone Pilot, World Traveller, Photography Enthusiast, Motorcycle Enthusiast, International Man of Mystery, and most importantly he is older than Jeff!
Sarah Thomas, Ph.D. is a Regional Tech Coordinator, Adjunct Professor, and EduMatch Founder and CEO.Partial Credit Draft - Muppet Edition
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Donnie - Kermit - Admin
Jesse - Scooter - Admin
Jeff - Zoe - Teacher
Jeff - Big Bird - Admin
Jesse - Bunson Honeydew -teacher
Donnie - Animal - PE Teacher
Sarah - Cookie Monster - Culinary Arts
Sarah - Custodian - Oscar
Donnie - Music - Rowlf
Jesse - Sweedish...
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Hosted by Laura Beil (Dr. Death, Bad Batch), Sympathy Pains is a six-part series from Neon Hum Media and iHeartRadio. For 20 years, Sarah Delashmit told people around her that she had cancer, muscular dystrophy, and other illnesses. She used a wheelchair and posted selfies from a hospital bed. She told friends and coworkers she was trapped in abusive relationships, or that she was the mother of children who had died. It was all a con. Sympathy was both her great need and her powerful weapon. But unlike most scams, she didn’t want people’s money. She was after something far more valuable.