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Hosted by Dr. Greg Goins, the Reimagine Schools Podcast features many of the nation's top educators, authors and innovators in K-12 education with an emphasis on leadership development, scaling innovation and transforming our public school system. Guest have included some of the world's most prolific thought leaders on education, including Ted Dintersmith, Ted Fujimoto, Ian Jukes, Alfie Kohn, Grant Lichtman, Marc Prensky and Dr. Tony Wagner. The Reimagine Schools Podcast is a proud member of ...
 
Learn how to give AMAZING presentations and thoroughly enjoy public speaking! I have given this presentation workshop course at several San Francisco Bay Area business schools and the feedback has been amazing. I am happy to offer a 100% refund if you are not satisfied. In this incredibly entertaining and engaging course we will: Analyze what makes a great presenter by analyzing many superb speakers, including Steve Jobs, Ronald Reagan, Barack Obama, Meryl Streep and many others. Learn the b ...
 
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In this episode, Dr. Rick Jetter, a long-time school administrator from New York, shares insights from his newly released #100StopSeries, a collection of books that begins with the 100 No-Nonsense Things that ALL Teachers Should STOP Doing, that is widely considered one of the largest collaborative educational publishing projects ever with more tha…
 
Interim Superintendent Dr. Ken Savage discusses the importance of Service Minded Leadership, putting students, teachers and parents first, his climb up the ladder from student to leader in the Lee County School District and how his family's work in the school district has motivated him to put 100% into his work. #LoveLeeSchools…
 
In this episode, former high school Math teacher Kareem Farah talks about how an innovative Blended Learning model that started at Eastern High School in Washington, D.C. has now turned into The Modern Classrooms Project (MCP), a non-profit organization that is leading a movement of educators in implementing a self-paced, mastery-based instructiona…
 
In this episode, Jennie Magiera, a best selling author and Global Head of Education Impact at Google, shares insights on some exciting new changes coming to Google Classroom as part of the Anywhere School Initiative for 2021. Magiera also shares her thoughts on how Google has changed the game for teaching and learning and how the Google Education T…
 
In this episode, Jake Miller, host of the popular Educational Duct Tape Podcast, shares his philosophy on using technology as a tool to enhance learning, prompting educators to think differently about why they should add a new app or digital tool into the classroom. Miller also talks about the impact that social media has had on professional learni…
 
In this episode, Dr. Jim Van Allan, Vice President of Schools for The Jon Gordon Companies, shares thoughts on how K-12 school leaders can create a more positive school culture through the Power of Positive Schools Program, a whole-school model built around a series of books from best-selling author Jon Gordon that includes The Energy Bus, The Powe…
 
In this episode, we kick off our Summer Leadership Series with Dr. Justin Bathon, Director of Innovative School Models at the University of Kentucky, who talks about how the UK Next Generation Leadership Academy has evolved to help school districts throughout Kentucky take a bold step toward innovative practice and deeper learning strategies. Batho…
 
In this episode, best-selling author Michael Fullan, a worldwide authority on educational reform, shares insights from his work as an education advisor to Tony Blair, former Prime Minister of the United Kingdom and Dalton McGuinty, former Premier of Ontario, and how each country has made systemic change in public education through the application o…
 
In this episode, Dr. John Hattie, Professor at the University of Melbourne in Australia, reflects on his years of research in the field of education, most notably, his 25-plus years dedicated to Visible Learning and how effect size can serve as a North Star toward improved classroom instruction. Among the many topics discussed include understanding…
 
In this episode, California educator Sarah Landis, co-founder of HyperDocs, shares ideas on Remote Learning that will allow teachers to shift from "assigners to designers" with digital lesson plans that focus on the three core elements of Explore, Explain and Apply. Landis, co-author of The HyperDoc Handbook: Digital Lesson Design Using Google Apps…
 
In this episode, Rick Wormeli, one of the first Nationally Board Certified teachers in America, discusses his 30-year career as a teacher and shares insights from his best-selling book, Fair Isn’t Always Equal: Assessment & Grading in the Differentiated Classroom. As an advocate for standards-based grading, Wormeli also talks about how personalized…
 
In this episode, Finnish educator, author and scholar Dr. Pasi Sahlberg shares insights from his upcoming book, Finnish Lessons 3.0: What can the world learn from educational change in Finland?, that will be released in 2021. Sahlberg also reflects on his friendship with the late Sir Ken Robinson, shares a behind the scenes look at conversations wi…
 
In this episode, Ron Berger, co-author of We Are Crew: A Teamwork Approach to School Culture, shares insights on creating a positive school culture through a crew spirit that places an emphasis on team building and working together for positive change. Berger also talks about his role as Chief Education Officer for EL Education, a network of over 1…
 
In this episode, Harry Paul, co-author of Fish! A Proven Way to Boost Morale and Improve Results, shares insights on the Fish Philosophy that helps business, organizations and school districts find greater purpose through building a more positive work culture. As one of the best-selling business books of all time, Fish! has sold more than six milli…
 
In this episode, Jethro Jones, host of the Transformative Principal podcast, talks about the release of his new book, SchoolX: How principals can design a transformative school experience for students, teachers, parents – and themselves, that shines a light on how to transform the school experience for all stakeholders through design thinking princ…
 
In this episode, Jon Corippo, co-author of The EduProtocol Field Guide and the Chief Learning Officer at CUE, shares his thoughts on how to roll out a successful remote learning strategy to start the 2020-21 school year that includes a positive attitude, a balance between synchronous and asynchronous instruction and creating lesson plans that will …
 
This week we’ll hear an interview with Azcia Fleming, who recently graduated from Lincoln High. Jason got to know Azcia through her work on a communications diversity advisory committee and the annual MLK Youth Rally. She’s an incredibly thoughtful young woman and is destined for big things – as you’ll hear.…
 
In this episode, best-selling author and international speaker, Dr. Tim Elmore shares insights from his book, Generation Z Unfiltered: Facing Nine Hidden Challenges of the Most Anxious Population, and explains why today’s students are the most social, most empowered, and the most anxious youth population in human history. Elmore, founder and CEO of…
 
This week we’ll hear an interview with Oscar Rios Pohirieth, the Cultural Specialist and Coordinator for the Bilingual Liaison Program at LPS . Oscar has a fascinating life story and he also talks about some of the many challenges faced by so many of our refugee families here in Lincoln, especially over the last few months.…
 
In this episode, author and speaker Hans Appel shares insights from his new book, Award Winning Culture: Building School-Wide Intentionality and Action Through Character, Excellence and Community, that lays out a school-wide framework to reshape your school culture. Now in his 19th year as a school counselor in the Richland School District in Washi…
 
In this episode, best-selling author Dr. Ruby Payne, shares insights from her book, Emotional Poverty in All Demographics: How to Reduce Anger, Anxiety, and Violence in the Classroom, that includes strategies that can help teach educators calming and healing techniques that will provide comfort for the most vulnerable kids in our schools. Dr. Payne…
 
This week we’ll hear an interview with Lincoln High Principal Mark Larson. Jason had a chance to talk to Mark about what the last two months have been like as principal of the largest high school in Lincoln. They talked about those first days when COVID-19 reached Lincoln, the challenges of remote learning, potential silver linings from all of this…
 
In this episode, Dr. Scott Looney, Head of Hawken School in Cleveland, Ohio, talks about his passion for reinventing the industrialized school model as the founder of the Mastery Transcript Consortium (MCT) that takes a new and innovative approach to the high school transcript. Looney also reflects on the growth of MTC that has now expanded to more…
 
This week we’ll hear an interview that our communications colleague BriAna Campbell did with Carrie Foster. Carrie is one of our special education supervisors at LPS and one of the groups she oversees is school psychologists, who play a critical role in the education of so many of our students. Just like all of our educators, they’ve had to adjust …
 
This week we hear about Matt Rinne, a computer science teacher at Pyrtle Elementary. Matt is creating these amazing 10-minute videos that teach elementary students the basics about computer science and coding. If you’ve ever watched any of Bill Nye’s videos, you can definitely see the influence. We are blown away by Matt’s videos. He spends as much…
 
Episode 59 — April 27, 2020 This week we’ll hear about how LPS music teachers and students are spreading the joy of music by recording performances of themselves in their homes, which are then shared with local nursing homes whose residents are unable to experience live performances right now because of COVID-19. Inside the New Classroom: Moore Mid…
 
In this episode, New Jersey school superintendent Glenn Robbins talks about his experience in providing positive leadership during the COVID-19 pandemic that has closed schools from coast to coast for the remainder of the 2019-20 school year. As a former National Digital Principal of the Year, Robbins also shares his approach to connecting with his…
 
In this episode, internationally-acclaimed child psychologist and New York Times best-selling author Dr. Ross Greene discusses his research that includes the Collaborative & Proactive Solutions (CPS) model for effectively managing child behavior and explains why kids with social, emotional and behavioral challenges are often misunderstood. He also …
 
In this episode, Ross Cooper, a school administrator and co-author of Hacking Project Based Learning: 10 Easy Steps to PBL and Inquiry in the Classroom with Erin Murphy, talks about how passion and autonomy can lead to amazing results in the PBL classroom. He also reflects on how basic projects might serve as an entry point to PBL implementation, a…
 
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