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Driven 2 Educate is a podcast that showcases individuals, organizations and community leaders who are working to make a difference in education today. Our focus is on those that are deep in the trenches, reaching students in different ways through new teaching techniques, crafting new school environments or by creating unique experiences in schools or outside the school system.
 
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Erin Mote is the co-founder of Brooklyn LAB and serves the school in an advisory capacity. Throughout her career she has served as advisor to the Clinton Foundation, Wal-Mart, Chevron, and the U.S. Chamber of Commerce. Erin shares how she and her husband conceived the idea of Brooklyn LAB while walking the streets in their neighborhood and wrot ...…
 
Catlin Tucker is an accomplished educator, author, speaker and blended learning advocate. She has been a teacher for 15 years and pioneered efforts for blended learning in schools that are not always set up for this approach to learning. She freely shares her methods through lessons learned via her site, blog and books to encourage and inspire ...…
 
Founder and Managing Director of #TeachlikeTED, Rachael Mann assists educators in applying the principles of effective presentation delivery. She trains educators across the country on how to transform educational leadership and the classroom through these principles, and how to transform the lives of students by teaching them how to share thei ...…
 
The Office of Innovation in Rhode Island is a unique collaborative environment in that it partners with the Governor’s Office and with the Rhode Island College in order to bypass Red tape (whenever possible) to accelerate growth in 3 different Innovation Clusters: Education, Government and Technology. Specifically the Education Cluster is invol ...…
 
Connie Yowell is the CEO and Visionary of LRNG one of the key initiatives for Collective Shift, a non-profit organization in Chicago. Prior to her current role Connie was an Academic and Professor with the MacArthur Foundation for 15 years. She credits her experience and time there with the path that has led her to running Collective Shift and ...…
 
In this episode Kari Keefe, Co-Founder and CEO of the KC Social Innovation Center, shares her background and inspiration for seeking out avenues, collaborators, investors and opportunities to create long-term impactful education changes in Kansas City. Kari is rather unique in that she is not an educator by profession. Her formal education and ...…
 
Michael Golden, CEO and Co-Founder of Educurious, presents a comprehensive overview of the great endeavors Educurious is making in the area of project and program-based learning. Michael shares insight and program approaches that incorporate the collaboration of communities, educators, employers and students to offer opportunities to students u ...…
 
David Rothschild is the Director of Social Entrepreneurship for the Fossil Foundation and leads the global grants program. He personally has over 20 years experience from first-hand on the ground work to philanthropy and strategy. He has worked internationally in the Amazon, during his career at the Skoll Foundation, working with indigenous peo ...…
 
Mike Lanza is author of Playborhood: Turn Your Neighborhood Into a Place for Play. Prior to becoming an author he was a software and Internet entrepreneur in Silicon Valley. He recently gained a great deal of exposure both positive and controversial from a New York Times Article, “The Anti-Helicopter Parents Plea: Let Kids Play!”, featuring Mik ...…
 
Art Smith as an innovative educator who is instrumental in changing the structure and practices of traditional learning. He has spent the past 20 years teaching History in Middle School. From the very moment he set foot in a classroom he’s sought to change the traditional classroom environment, removing desks and shifting to tables. These chang ...…
 
Gary Schoeniger is an author, educator and entrepreneur. He is an internationally recognized thought leader in the field of Mindset. In this podcast, Gary shares his philosophy on Mindset and his research accumulated over the past 25 years. He highlights the differences related to the causal and effectual reasoning. Causal, the must-know-before ...…
 
Paul Bulakowski an entrepreneur, scientist and educator who has found his calling in the neuroscience education environment. Paul shares his enthusiasm for inspiring students and empowering them to be their own education navigators. His research is founded upon methods utilizing neuroscience to unlock neural pathways to enhance student learning ...…
 
Guest: Blake Boles Educator, Author, Entrepreneur, and Trail Runner Blake was traditionally educated in the public school system of Bakersfield, CA. Other than being occasionally bored he felt he had a decent experience as a student within the traditional school system. He was a good student with good grades. He is a advocate and proponent of S ...…
 
Emma Huvos, an Outdoor Permaculturalist Educator, shares a bit about her background and philosophy for the concentration on nature and natural unbounded environments in early education. While in college, Emma began to explore and evaluate her past and current education. Despite being an accomplished conforming student who followed the structure ...…
 
When Jan Brown was invited to help Louise Batamuriza, a Rwandan preschool teacher, with her new school in January 2012, she didn’t think twice. After 40 years in education, Jan was ready for a new challenge and so TEACH Rwanda was born. As a result, lives began to change dramatically on two continents. The vision—to bring best practices in earl ...…
 
With a rich background in educational and business leadership, Donna Deeds is the queen of partnerships. Donna has served as assistant superintendent in the Durango School District in Durango Colorado, as an elementary school principal, and is the owner of Fast Schools, an education consulting organization. After seeing the big gap between what ...…
 
What if it was OK to fail? What if we redirected our pursuit to be perfect to be more empowering than destructive? What if we encouraged our children to find what lights them up and excel in these areas rather than having to be perfect in everything? Petra Kolber is a fitness expert turned positive psychology advocate who has presented in over ...…
 
St. Mark Child & Family Development Center – often described as the beacon of light at the top of the hill in Kansas City – is a center of wonder and amazement for all children attending. Despite the fact that it lies in one of the poorest zip codes of the county, Deidre Anderson, the Executive Director of United Inner City Services, and her te ...…
 
One of Michael Warwick’s students, Doreen, had a beautiful voice and a dream of having a job as a singer on a cruise ship. In Michael’s view, this was a very achievable dream with talent like hers. But, with her limiting beliefs, partly encouraged and created by her mom, he knew she’d never achieve it if she didn’t transform her beliefs. Michae ...…
 
When Murray L. Woodard II looks at the performance and data points of Kansas City education, he doesn’t just see numbers, he sees his community. He sees himself. Being born and raised in Kansas City, Murray was one of the students that he is now passionately serving. This gives him a unique perspective and an inner drive to bring people togethe ...…
 
Originally studying to work in academia, Rachel Gogos took a somewhat winding career path through life. Starting her career at United Nations headquarters in NYC and turning into a serial-entrepreneur and brand strategist, she felt some angst with every new transition. This experience inspired her to help students better understand themselves a ...…
 
Growing up a self-proclaimed nerd and with a passion fortechnology, Jennifer Wadella went through school wanting to be a graphic designer,not knowing that coding and web development was even an option for her. It was amale-dominated career path. Later, as a freelancer, she quickly learned that in order to getjobs, she had to teach herself how t ...…
 
What is the purpose of early care and education? How doesour system impact these early years of development? How do we beginbuilding brains instead of putting up barriers early on? And whatdo we really do about all the problems we currently face? These are the questions that Dr. Kristie Pretti-Frontczak asksin her work training early educators ...…
 
According to the founder and brand strategist of the Wayfinding Academy, the current education system has it all backwards. First, students are supposed to choose a college, then a major, then a job, then they get to try it out not knowing if all their choices will actually lead to a job they truly like. Couldn’t that be flipped frontwards? Cou ...…
 
Where Students Can Learn "On Purpose" with Wayfinding Academy Part 1 When Michelle Jones gave her last lecture at the Concordia University in Portland, Oregon, she shared her imminent endeavor with her audience: starting a college that was an alternative to traditional institutions. Gina Lorubbio, a brand manager, who was sitting in the audienc ...…
 
When Jamie Greason went to the Google Teacher Academy in 2012, she realized that up until this point, she didn’t know what she didn’t know. This life-altering experience set her on a mission to leverage Google tools in the classroom and empower students to discover a love of learning. Jamie Greason received her Bachelor’s degree from William Je ...…
 
Lindsay Yates has always dreamed of opening a school. Now, her dream is coming true. Last year, Lindsay was hired by the Crossroads Academy to be the new principle of Quality Hill Academy, a school that is going to open its doors this fall. An Iowa State University graduate, Lindsay moved to Kansas City to begin her career in education. After t ...…
 
Sitting on a plane on his way to Oxford, Chris Rosson, traveling from a single-parent, low-income home in Kansas City, noticed a passenger in First Class reading a half-page article about him in the Kansas City Star. The contrast of this situation was not lost on Chris. And his life definitely makes for a good story: Being a first generation co ...…
 
A former Teach For America Corps Member, Josh Densen had a vision of creating a charter school in New Orleans that was build on 2 pillars: advancing educational equity and creating innovators who can change the world. He knew that in our times, it is important to give children a balance of independence within limits. At Bricolage Academy, the s ...…
 
When Adam Halmos, owner of the largest book publishing companies in Hungary, along with a small circle of influential friends found themselves with the question of where to place their children in the current Budapest school system, they discovered a unified passion: education and its reform. Though all of them had the resources to place their ...…
 
“If the system isn’t serving you, stop trying so hard.” After 3 years of teaching History outside of DC, Kenneth Danford became frustrated with the system. Instead of blaming it on large class sizes or limited funds, he realized that the biggest problem was having a captive audience. He saw that the real issue when it comes to bored or “difficu ...…
 
“Education is the key for solving all your problems.” A son of a political refugee from Vietnam, Davis Nguyen grew up in Riverdale, Georgia, one of the worst neighborhoods around, in a single mom household. He was living on food stamps and welfare and attended a school district that was called "the worst in the US." Basically, everything seemed ...…
 
“The SAT is such a beautiful test.” Andrew McGlothlin’s father was a terrible student. The only classes he excelled in were chemistry and auto shop. Living in other countries of the world, Andrew believes, his father would’ve been a mechanic his whole life. In the US, however, he got into a university and majored in chemistry. That’s why Andrew ...…
 
Why 4 walls in the classroom? Why 1 teacher for 28 students? Why this system? Why? Ricky is a student who just cannot sit still. He talks quite often out of turn and disrupts the classroom more than other kids. He’s Carrie Markel’s favorite student, but he’s the one child who’s disturbing the entire curriculum. Ricky is just one of millions of ...…
 
“When I was 32 I knew I’d spend the rest of my career in education.” When Tom Vander Ark was asked by his boss to pick a children’s charity and take it to the next level, his life changed forever. He was shocked to see the dire situation in Denver schools, which made him decide to do something about it. He got involved in the Denver chamber of ...…
 
“Technology is never going to replace the need for great teachers.” One Mother’s Day, Alicia Herald decided to try online dating. Although she wasn’t successful in the love department, her career was thriving. After years of teaching fourth graders in South Central Los Angeles, she had joined the staff of Teach For America as a recruiter and ha ...…
 
“I see you and you’re OK and we’re going to be OK.” On Valentine’s Day of 2011, Landon committed suicide. Ricky, Landon’s twin brother, happened to be in Paul Richardson’s class the following year where Landon’s name came up over and over again. Paul noticed his absence in the way his students behaved and expressed themselves and he knew he had ...…
 
“I think this world will be saved by kids rather than adults.” What if we all truly believed that our children would save the world rather than us adults? What if we allowed our children to experiment, play and educate themselves? What if we educated entire families in a whole new way? Marc Winn is a believer who is determined to implement neur ...…
 
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