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Jethro Jones interviews instructional leaders from around the nation to learn and teach what it takes to become a transformative principal. Episodes address topics like Response to Intervention (RTI), Multi-Tiered System of Support (MTSS), Positive Behavior Interventions and Supports (PBIS), the latest advances in educational research, standards-based grading, and interviews with industry leaders like Bill Daggett, Rick Wormeli, Todd Whitaker
 
The PrincipalPLN is a podcast hosted by Theresa Stager, Jessica Johnson and Spike Cook. We are committed to creating podcasts that are informative, innovative and fun! The concept of the podcast was developed by Theresa Stager, who at the time, was a first-year principal seeking ways to learn from others. Theresa reached out to Jessica Johnson, and they invited Spike Cook to join. The crew began podcasting in September of 2013. During the first year they had 35 episodes that are available on ...
 
What happens when you give a principal a podcast? If You Give a Principal a Podcast is a production of the Harrah Elementary School Associated Student Body and the Mt. Adams School District. Each episode, the students and I will engage in a meaningful conversation with a guest of our choosing. So, pull up a chair and see what happens when you give a principal a podcast …
 
"كلمات الحياة" ، "أخبار سارة" ، "ترانيم الإنجيل" - اللغات الرئيسية المستخدمة في موريتانيا / "Paroles de vie", "Bonnes nouvelles", "Chansons gospel" - Principales langues parlées en Mauritanie /
 
The National Association of Elementary School Principals and BAM Radio Network have partnered to bring you NAESP Radio. Executive Director Earl L. Franks, Ed.D., CAEhosts the program that will focus on the topics you really care about. Each brief segment of NAESP Radio will help keep abreast of the latest developments in the field.
 
The Teacher to Leader podcast is a show created for teachers who aspire to break the chains that hold them back from leading in education. The journey to becoming a leader is a continuous learning process. I will encourage you to start this journey and I will show you how to see your purpose in leadership. Let's L-E-A-D (Leadership, Educate, Action, Development)!
 
You're not alone out there in your journey to greatness. There are pitfalls and detours all along the way. If you're swamped with meetings, have an office full of students sent there to be disciplined, have a culture of punitive punishments, seem to have too many disgruntled and dissatisfied parents, have a resistant staff and you're looking to make positive changes, then this is a perfect place to come hang out. The goal here, at The Principal Entrepreneur, is to consistently support educat ...
 
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Rhonda Rhodes is a National Distinguished Principal with Greenville County Schools in South Carolina. An experienced principal, she is in her first year at the Rudolph Gordon School in Simpsonville. RGS is a K-8 STEAM focused school. Dr. Rhodes works with four assistant principals, who are all relatively new to administration. What are you celebrat…
 
This past month, we sent our third daughter to college. More than a year ago, she began to explore the possibility of studying abroad. As a result of months of apply to schools, virtual meet-ups, and 5,000 miles of travel, she is now a student at Aberystwyth University in Wales. Sending off another Parker child […] The post PMP263: Cycles of Self-R…
 
Visit the E-Therapy Website, www.electronic-therapy.com Follow Diana on Twitter @DianaParafiniuk About the Author Diana is a seasoned and nationally recognized business leader in the teletherapy market. Her company, E-Therapy, pioneered the teletherapy industry in education with its innovative practices, services, and solutions and first-to-market …
 
Danielle Nuhfer specializes in teaching mindfulness, stress reduction, self-care and habit formation to teachers and students. A high school English teacher, Mindful Schools Certified instructor and an ICF-credentialed teacher wellness coach, Danielle is the author of The Path of the Mindful Teacherx and founder of Teaching Well (teachingwell.life)…
 
Get the book, Doable Differentiation Visit Jane's website, www.JaneKise.com About the Author Dr. Jane Kise is the author of 27 books and an organizational presenter with extensive experience in leadership development and executive coaching, instructional coaching, and differentiated instruction.Av Justin Baeder
 
Get the book, The Daily SEL Leader Visit the Brass Tacks Innovations website, www.brasstacksinnovations.com About the Authors James Bailey’s career has encompassed teacher, principal, assistant superintendent, school turnaround leader, consultant and superintendent roles spanning Texas, Colorado and Wyoming. As Superintendent in Wyoming, his distri…
 
Michael Skinner is an award-winning advocate, educator, writer and critically acclaimed singer, songwriter, guitarist, addressing the issues of trauma, abuse and mental health concerns through public speaking, writing and his music. He has spoken at the National Press Club, was a keynote presenter for a conference held by the United Nations, The St…
 
A few weeks ago, I was invited to provide some virtual professional learning with a wonderful group of aspiring and assistant principals from Pecos Barstow-Toyah Independent School District, in Pecos, Texas. As a part of our time together, I shared content from my book Principal Matters, including “8 Hats” that school leaders wear. For the […] The …
 
Holly quotes “We turned 5-minute coaching into a survey for teachers. We asked them… and we were able to get an intimate understanding from the teachers. They were very vulnerable; they were very honest with it… so we could address their concerns” “They need you to be as successful as you want to be, because that makes the whole school successful!”…
 
In last week’s podcast episode, I shared the second part of a keynote presentation I provided on August 12, 2021, to the Archdiocese of Louisville for a welcome-back ceremony of educators from thirty nine Pre/K-8 elementary schools and nine high schools collectively serving 18,000 students. In Part 3 of this keynote series, you will learn […] The p…
 
Judith Warner, author of the new book, And Then They Stopped Talking to Me: Making Sense of Middle School, has published eight previous works of non-fiction, including the New York Times best-sellers, Perfect Madness: Motherhood in the Age of Anxiety and Hillary Clinton: The Inside Story, plus the multiple award-winning We’ve Got Issues: Children a…
 
In last week’s podcast episode, I shared the first part of a keynote presentation I provided on August 12, 2021, to the Archdiocese of Louisville for a welcome-back ceremony of educators from thirty-nine Pre/K-8 elementary schools and nine high schools collectively serving 18,000 students in six counties. In Part 2 of this keynote series, you […] T…
 
Suzanne DeMallie taught for seven years in the Baltimore County Public Schools system. Research into her own son’s learning difficulties led her to author the Classroom Auditory Learning Issues Resolution, adopted by the National PTA in July 2007. Her work has appeared in Our Children Magazine, THE Journal, Towson Times, and The Baltimore Sun. She …
 
Patricia Wilkinson is a science nerd and veteran teacher who has taught all grades, kindergarten through sixth, in both public and private schools. Trish is also the mom of two kids who had “challenges” they now use as strengths in healthy relationships and fulfilling careers. Founder of Brain Stages Parenting, coauthor of Brain Stages: How to Rais…
 
It’s a walk down memory lane this week, 50 years after Wales launched the Golden Era of the Seventies with a Grand Slam in 1971. We speak to flanker John Taylor, one of the key players, including the comparison with this season’s Six Nations when Wales again went to Paris for the final game chasing a Grand Slam.…
 
On Thursday, August 12, 2021, I had the privilege of providing a keynote from my book Pause. Breathe. Flourish.: Living Your Best Life as an Educator at the Archdiocese of Louisville welcomed back ceremony for the new school year. Although my teaching and administration work has been for public schools, Superintendent Mary Beth Bowling, invited […]…
 
Angie Busch Alstonis a teacher in Brevig Mission, a small Inupiaq village on the Seward Peninsula. She came to Alaska in 2005 for a one year adventure and ended up staying. She prizes classroom and community connections and believes all teachers can open themselves to the richness and value around them. She is also the author of The Transplant Teac…
 
This episode cover three foundational frameworks: The six dimensions of organizations, Urgent Leadership, and Strategic Leadership. These frameworks provide a simplified way of viewing organizations and the work of strategic assistant principals. As a result of listening, APs should begin to ask four critical questions: Is this simply urgent, or is…
 
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