Teaching Learning Leading K-12

Teaching Learning Leading K-12

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February 25, 2021 55 min

Lynn Jimenez founded Connect - Flow - Grow to help kids and families with social emotional support. This is episode 354 of Teaching Learning Leading K12.

Lynn Jimenez is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker who has over 10 years experience as an educator in California. Her school based experience includes working with students in foster care and on probation, supporting school districts in developing trauma informed practices, cr...

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Karthik Krishnan - Global CEO of Britannica Group - talks with me about reshaping learning, key trends in education, addressing inequities, and equipping kids with the tools for learning. This is episode 353 of Teaching Learning Leading K12, an audio podcast.

Karthik Krishnan is  the Global Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Britannica Group. 

He is also an Adjunct Professor at New York University’s Stern Business School and is...

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Tiffany Mosher is the author of the Amazon best-seller, Beauty Beyond the Threshold: How International Volunteering Saved My Life. This is episode 352 of the audio podcast Teaching Learning Leading K12.

 She overcame battles with depression by volunteering overseas and nationally, helping people suffering from the damage brought by natural disasters. She discovered she can live a fuller life by giving back to others in need. S...

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Roger Sands - CEO of Wyebot - explains how to apply for the federal E-Rate program and describes technology tools that are crucial for today's students. This is episode 351 of Teaching Learning Leading K12, an audio podcast.

Roger Sands is a co-Founder and CEO of Wyebot, Inc. Roger has 17 years of executive management positions in successful networking startups and Fortune 500 companies. Prior to Wyebot, Roger was the Busi...

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Judith Finlayson talks with me about her book You Are What Your Grandparents Ate: What You Need to Know About Nutrition, Experience, Epigenetics & the Origins of Chronic Disease. This is episode 350 of my audio podcast Teaching Learning Leading K12.

You Are What Your Grandparents Ate takes conventional wisdom about the origins of chronic disease and turns it upside down. Rooted in the work of the late epidemiologist Dr. Da...

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Drew Vernon talks with me about Tonies, Innovation, Limiting Screen Time, and Child Development. This is episode 349 of Teaching Learning Leading K12. By the way, make sure that you listen to the end to get a chance to win a Tonie Box. 

Drew Vernon is the U.S. marketing lead at Tonies. The Toniebox is a popular audio system that uses screen-free storytelling to introduce children to the wonders of imagination.

Tonies originally...

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Susie Harder talks with me about helping kids who stutter, providing assistance for Central California Creek Fire Families, and the Junior Author's Program. This is episode 348 of Teaching Learning Leading K12, an audio podcast. By the way make sure that you listen to the end to hear where to go to get your gift for listening.

Susie Harder, M.A., CCC-SLP is an experienced clinician who devotes much of her passion to working ...

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John Abrams is a performer and entertainer. Today we are talking about Magic, his School of Astonishment, the impact of the Pandemic on his magic business, and he shares with us some ways to  make Video Engaging. Love this episode!!! Had so much fun! Wait till you hear John amaze me with an AWESOME bit of magic! This is episode 347 of Teaching Learning Leading K12, an audio podcast.

Today, I am talking with John Abrams...accor...

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N.L. Holmes: Writing Historical Fiction - The Empire at Twilight series & The Lord Hani Mysteries. This is episode 346 of Teaching Learning Leading K12, an audio podcast.

N.L. Holmes is a prolific novelist embarking on another significant career phase. Prior to taking up the power of writing and using this pen name, she was an accomplished archaeologist and teacher for 25 years. Early in her career she served as a nun fo...

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Graham Glass: Cypher Learning, NEO the learning management system, and the usefulness of edtech during the pandemic. This is episode 345 of Teaching Learning Leading K12, an audio podcast.

It all started with a young boy named Graham Glass who had a tremendous passion for education. Growing up in the U.K., Graham was lucky to attend schools where he encountered some great teachers. He enjoyed going to school and learning new...

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Rick Snyder talks about his show Straight Talk.Live and we share our thoughts about the Pandemic's impact on theaters, the corporate world, and public education. We also delve into whether A.I. is real or not. This is episode 344 of Teaching Learning Leading K12, an audio podcast.

Rick Snyder is the author of Decisive Intuition, the co-founder of StraightTalk.Live podcast and the CEO of Invisible Edge, an international con...

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Patricia A. Jennings talks with me about her book - Teacher Burnout Turnaround: Strategies for Empowered Educators. This is episode 343 of Teaching Learning Leading K12, an audio podcast.

Patricia (Tish) Jennings is an internationally recognized leader in the fields of social and emotional learning and mindfulness in education and Professor of Education at the School of Education and Human Development at the University of V...

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Sara Apperson shares her thoughts on teaching character development and talks about her show - The Character Tree. This is episode 342 of Teaching Learning Leading K12, an audio podcast.

Sara  Apperson  teaches first grade in Washington State and portrays “Miss Sara” in The Character Tree’s https://www.charactertree.com/character development video lessons for early elementary school students. 

She runs The Primary Pal blog a...

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Adrian Ridner: Study.com, Working Scholars Program, and Eliminating Education Barriers. This is episode 341 of Teaching Learning Leading K12, an audio podcast.

Adrian Ridner is the Co-Founder and Chief Executive Officer of Study.com and an industry leader in education technology.

He has created the leading online learning platform in the world — delivering a personalized learning experience to students and teachers from grade...

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Dr. Jenny Nash talks about LEGO Education, Meaningful Failure, and Learning Anywhere. This is episode 340 of Teaching Learning Leading K12, an audio podcast.

Dr. Jenny Nash serves as the Head of Education Impact Team for LEGO Education in the US, where she provides direction and leadership in delivering meaningful education opportunities for students. With previous experiences as a professional development provider and STEM te...

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Ben Owens discusses his non-profit "Open Way Learning" and the book he co-authored - Open Up, Education! How Open Way Learning Can Transform Schools. This is episode 339 of Teaching Learning Leading K12, an audio podcast.

Ben Owens is an education strategist and coach with experience helping schools create the cultural conditions that allow authentic, localized innovation to thrive in their own learning communities. ...

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Centner Academy (from the outside), Miami, Florida

Centner Academy (from the inside)

Nicole Rivera, principal, Centner Academy Elementary School

Nicole Rivera is the elementary school principal at the Centner Academy. She talks with me about the founders, focus, and goals of the Centner Academy located in Miami, Florida. This is episode 338 of Teaching Learning Leading K12, an audio podcast.

Founded by serial entrepreneur...

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Sara E. Rimm-Kaufman discusses her book SEL from the Start: Building Skills in K-5. This is episode 337 of Teaching Learning Leading K12, an audio podcast.

Sara E. Rimm-Kaufman, PhD, is the Commonwealth Professor of Education at the University of Virginia School of Education and Human Development. She lives in Charlottesville. 

She and her research group at the UVA Social Development Lab (www.socialdevelopmentlab.org) cond...

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Cathy Fleischer & Antero Garcia talk with me about their book - Everyday Advocacy: Teachers Who Change the Literacy Narrative. This is episode 336 of Teaching Learning Leading K12, an audio podcast.

Cathy Fleischer, a professor at Eastern Michigan University and special imprint editor at NCTE, lives in Ann Arbor, Michigan.

Cathy Fleischer is a Professor of English Education and Writing Studies at Eastern Michigan Univer...

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David Price talks with me about his book The Power of Us: How We Connect, Act, and Innovate Together. This is episode 335 of Teaching Learning Leading K12, an audio podcast.

David Price, OBE, is a global thought leader, learning futurist and author, specialising in how organisations learn, innovate and make themselves fit for the future.

He is a highly sought-after public speaker, entertaining and educating audiences around t...

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