Our Development as Adults is a “Must Have” with Jennifer Abrams

Lindsay LyonsTime for Teachership Podcast

Today’s episode features Jennifer Abrams, a communications consultant and author who works with educators and others, and new teacher and employee support. Have we lost sight of our own developmental capabilities as adults? Why is it important to continue setting learning goals for ourselves at this stage in life? Jennifer answers all that and more in our conversation. Tune in … Read More

Figure Out Your Super Power with Dr. Francois Naude

Lindsay LyonsTime for Teachership Podcast

Today, I have Dr. Francois Naude on the show. Dr. Naude has trained more than 1500 teachers and is now dedicated to assisting teachers and school leaders to discover their superpowers. He works with teachers and school leaders by enveloping them in a community of practice. He shares his learnings from science, psychology and school leadership so you can solve … Read More

Pinewood Derby: Continual Growth and Success

Raymond PortenBlog, Lead Better, Reflect Better

TL;DR: Watching my son learn and grow over the years in the derby car races is a lot like watching your school grow. Over time, we reflect, make adjustments, and improve. We can celebrate the growth and successes along the way. Last weekend, we raced our Pinewood Derby Cars in our pack Pinewood Derby event.  I say “we” raced because … Read More

A Heart in the Write Place | Episode 28 with Dennis Mathew

Brad HughesBlog, Good News Brad News Podcast

The multi-talented Dennis Mathew is a husband, father, elementary school speech pathologist, singer-songwriter and author, from Mustang, Oklahoma, U.S.A. Dennis has worked with students in schools and through non-profit work for over 20 years. In 2018, he launched his authorship with Bello the Cello, followed by My Wild First Day of School and How Grizzly Found Gratitude. He is also … Read More