Executive Director Tom Burnford and Dr Pam Bernards on the upcoming conference in Jacksonville, Oct 21-24
THE SCIENCE OF ADOLESCENT LEARNING
The Alliance for Excellent Education brings us Winsome Waite their VP of Practice. A great topic considering learning is a science
STEM in the RIO GRANDE VALLEY
We are pleased to have the Chief Academic Officer of the Harlingen TX Consolidated ISD Alicia Noyola as our guest. Thank you Discovery Education
TEACHER PREP: ADDING MULTI-CULTURAL AND DIVERSITY TRAINING INTO THE MIX
AACTE brings us Professor Barbara Seidl of the U of Colorado Denver and their Dean of Education,Rebecca Kantor.
FORWARD THINKING ADMINISTRATION IN THE BUSINESS OF RUNNING A SCHOOL DISTRICT
A real treat…we have Tom Davis,The Director of Business development at The California Association of Latino Superintendents and Administrators as our guest, a man and a group with great ideas. Thank you, Facilitron
NEAR AND DEAR TO MY HEART!
ADVOCATING FOR SOCIAL STUDIES
Social Studies Consultant Rebecca Bush joins NCSS Director Larry Paska. Need I say more…?
ITS ABOUT EQUITY!
LAW AND SOCIAL JUSTICE IN
The experts return. Dr Gina Umpstead of Central Michigan U, Justin Bathon of The University of Kentucky and Mark paige from UMass Dartmouth. A MUST LISTEN
THE NATIONAL TEACHER OF THE YEAR 2018
Congratulations to our guest Mandy Manning, Teacher at Spokane’s Newcomer Center working with immigrant and refugee children
TEACHERS AS LEADERS AND INFLUENCERS
Award winning education blogger and LA educator
Robert Ward is my guest.
ARE YOU TEACHING CHILDREN WHO ARE DEAF OR HARD OF HEARING?
Great professional Development abounds. Get the info you need from to Claire Troiano of Clark School’s mainstream Services .
MEDICAID REIMBURSEMENT FOR HEALTH SERVICES IN SCHOOLS
Important show which affects equity and accessibility for many students. Guest are John Hill of the Nat’l Alliance for Medicaid in Education and Kathy Merry, director of reimbursement for Wayne County , MI
YOUR STATE AND COLLEGE SAVING PLANS
Your state treasurer is an integral part of helping families save for college. Helping us understand all this is SC State Treasurer Curtis Loftis and Jim DiUlio, Chair of the National College Saving Plan Network.
INTRODUCING A NEW MASTERS DEGREE IN CLINICAL EDUCATION
Southern New Hampshire University School of Education Director of Grad Certification Mary Ford on the changing world of teacher prep including changes in the Bachelor’s Program.
ITS ABOUT EQUITY!
THE IMPACT OF NEURO-DIVERSITY IN EDUCATION AND THE WORKPLACE
Landmark College President Peter Eden is our guest. This unique and superb higher education institution in Putney , VT is ‘for students who learn differently’ and they do a masterful job.
RURAL EDUCATOR OF THE YEAR
Congrats to Wade Owlett of the Northern Tioga School District in PA , Teacher of the Year from The National Rural Education Association as sponsored by Monsanto. We’ll talk to Wade and NREA Director Allen Pratt …their conference is coming up soon.
GETTING TEACHERS CERTIFIED WORLDWIDE.
Learn about the TEACH NOW Graduate School of Education with Andres Barnes, Admissions Director. Teach Now is a fascinating school. I learned about it at the AACTE meeting.
WHY EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION IS SO IMPORTANT TO AMERICA
Thanks Waterford Institute for bringing us Kathleen Peterson, an incredibly distinguished , nationally recognized and award-winning early childhood educator
It’s all about READING AND EQUITY in October in Connecticut with IDA. Learn about it with the conference team from IDA.
A SCHOOL LEADER LOOKS AT
‘ ‘COLLECTIVE LEADERSHIP’
VIRTUAL CO-TEACHING IN ELA
And they make it work. Learn how from cutting edge and always thinking Il educators Chris Bronke and Kristie Ennis
WHO’S BEING SERVED?
A LOOK AT STUDENT CENTERED CLASSROOMS
THE VIEW FROM SOUTH PARK …
BRING THE FUTURE TO YOUR CLASSROOM TODAY
No kidding. My guest is the Principal of South Park Elementary in PA, Educational Futurist and author…returning guest Rob Furman on the start of the school year and BRINGING THE FUTURE INTO THIS SCHOOL YEAR.
WHAT MAKES A MAGNET SCHOOL.
Todd Mann, Executive Director of Magnet Schools of America , on their upcoming October conference and creating different types of magnet schools.
COMPREHENSION DEVELOPMENT AND INSTRUCTION IN EARLY SCHOOLING
Waterford Institute brings us a fascinating topic, at least to me with
Nell K. Duke, Ed.D., is a professor of language, literacy, and culture and faculty associate in the combined program in education and psychology at the University of Michigan.
COSN’s NEWEST DIGITAL EQUITY TOOLKIT
Digital Equity, its definition and why it’s a hell of a lot more important than being a buzzword or cliche. How to make it a reality in your district with CoSN expert Susan Bearden, Director of the project.
EARLY LITERACY STARTS IN THE LIBRARY
This is going to be a fun show with the Gwinnett County Public Library and Augmented Reality with the help of Alive Studios, student engagement experts
SOUTH CAROLINA’S STATEWIDE EFFORTS FOR
Thanks to CCSSO, we are honored to have SC State
Superintendent Molly Spearman as our guest
CIVICS IS BACK and I COULDN’T BE HAPPIER
with two of my resident experts on the subject, IL educators Mary Ellen Daneels and Shawn Healy, both of the McCormick Foundation, Shawn runs their Democracy Program
THE LAW AND EDUCATIONAL EQUITY
Education Legal Experts on equity. Get the real scoop from our panel of legal scholars which includes, Dr. Gina Umpstead of Central Michigan University. Dr. Justin Barthon of the University of Kentucky and Dr Mark Paige of UMASS-Dartmouth.
EXPERIENTIAL LEARNING FOR STUDENTS AS A STAPLE OF PUBLIC EDUCATION.
Competency Based Education expert Fred Bramante returns for a look at where the future of education is…and the future is NOW.
RURAL EDUCATION & THE SUCCESS FOR STUDENTS AT A VERIZON GRANT LEARNING SCHOOL NO SHOWS ON FRIDAY. WHAT THE HECK ITS SUMMER
Allan Pratt of The National Rural Education Association is joined by Dr Jason Bell and Ryan Goodman of Polk County TN schools