S3 Episode 05 – Let’s Get Emo: Emotional Intelligence in Education

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Punk Rock Classrooms · S3 E05 – Let’s Get Emo: Emotional Intelligence in Education On this episode, Josh and Mike get emo and discuss emotional intelligence and psychological safety. How we recognize our own emotions and the emotions of other is an incredibly important part of working with students as an educator and in supporting and leading your staff as … Read More

S3 Collaboration with Gabbi Buckley

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Punk Rock Classrooms · S3 Collaboration 01 with Gabbi Buckley On this punk rock collaboration, Josh brings on an awesome principal, Gabbi who also happens to be his awesome wife, to talk about how we get beyond putting a bags of chips in mail boxes and help teachers see that we appreciate what they do and how getting involved in … Read More

S3 Reflection 03 – Josh on Resilience and Reactions

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Punk Rock Classrooms · S3 Punk Rock Reflection 03 – Josh on Resilience and Reactions On this Punk Rock Reflection, Josh digs a little deeper into his conversation with Mike from our last episode. Sometimes serendipity strikes and you are hit with the right quote and the right thing to read and after our last episode Josh came across a … Read More

S3 Episode 02 – It’s a Band Not a Solo Act

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Punk Rock Classrooms · S3 E02 – It’s A Band Not Solo Act School is like a band. It’s not a solo act. When we come together, when we bring our students into the planning, when we bring our staff into the decision making, when we work as one…we can make amazing music. On this episode, Mike and Josh discuss … Read More

S3 Reflection 01 – Josh: Imposter Syndrome

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Punk Rock Classrooms · S3 Reflection 01 -Josh: Imposter Syndrome On this Punk Rock Reflection, Josh talks about something he is struggling with as he takes on his new role as a Title I Specialist this year, “Imposter Syndrome.” He feels a little like some punk rock jerk is hanging out in the back of his mind calling him a … Read More