This is OUR Moment, Teachers! 

Nilmini Ratwatte-HenstridgeBlog, Lead Better

TL;DR: What will you do to teach and embed peace education throughout the year? Where do you stand when it comes to teaching students about peace? This post shares what you need to explore and reflect on about the Women’s Right Movement. Over the generations, education is that profession we consider to have a great deal of power! We hold … Read More

Dr. Jay Dostal: #OwnYourEpic

Jeff PrickettPrincipal Leadership Lab Podcast

Join Adam & Jeff as we chat with our friend and colleague, 2x Principal of the Year in TWO different states – Dr. Jay Dostal, principal of Fayetteville High School. Dostal received the 2016 Nebraska State Association of Secondary Principals (NSASSP) Principal of the Year award, as well as the 2013 National Association of Student Councils Principal of the Year … Read More

Reinventing Culture | Episode 26 with Dr. Courtney Plotts

Brad HughesGood News Brad News Podcast

Dr. Courtney Plotts is a dynamic keynote speaker, author and professor. Dr. Plotts is the National Chair of the Council For At-Risk Student Education and Professional Standards, the country’s only organization that provides standards for working with marginalized and nontraditional students in Kindergarten to college. Her role as National Chair includes training, consulting, and research. Her subject matter expertise has … Read More

Better Leadership: Planning for Leadership

Raymond PortenBlog, Lead Better, Reflect Better

TL;DR: Watching my sons, I have noticed their leadership skills develop.  It has allowed me to reflect on different leadership approaches. Becoming a leader is a journey and different people take different paths. Take time to learn and develop as a leader.  It will help you be ready for the right position. Every opportunity is a learning experience that will … Read More

EduDivisiveness | Doug Reeves (Pt. 2) | Assessment Relevance

Tom SchimmerThe Tom Schimmer Podcast

In Don’t @ Me (6:22), Tom takes aim at the (intentional or otherwise) divisiveness that seems to be emerging within the education profession, especially on social media. Then, Tom is joined by Doug Reeves (15:38) part two of their conversation; this week centers on leadership and implementation of change. Finally, in Assessment Corner (39:05), Tom highlights the importance of relevance … Read More