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Welcome to the final episode of Season 3 of The Glass Frog Podcast! This episode we got to talk with evaluator, consultant, cartoonist, and all around nice guy Chris Lysy. We’ve been following Chris on and off for a few years now through his blog. He recently published a book of evaluation-themed cartoons, Evaluation Illustrated, […] The post Seaso…
 
In this episode, Jen and Rebecca continue their discussion about their project on the study of the ancillary benefits of education programs. (If you haven’t seen the first part of this episode, you can check it out here. It will get you up to speed on the project and the teacher residency part of the […] The post Jen and Rebecca talk about auxiliar…
 
In this episode, Jen and Rebecca talk for the first time about one of their own projects: a study of the ancillary benefits of education programs. That may sound wonky, so let us explain. All nonprofit education programs have primary goals — some aim to help teachers in the classroom, some train teachers, some provide […] The post Jen and Rebecca t…
 
We had a chance to talk with Teresa McCaffrey of the Educational Partnership Center (EPC) at University of California, Santa Cruz this month. EPC oversees a collection of 10 programs aimed at preparing underrepresented students for college. Altogether, they serve 11,000 students in the Santa Cruz region. Though each program has a different goal, EP…
 
This month, we talk with Kathy Haynie, Director of Haynie Research and Evaluation, about evaluating STEM education programs. Kathy has worked in the STEM evaluation field for almost 20 years and was gracious enough to let us pick her brain on her background and approach to evaluation, as well as what she (and the field […] The post Evaluating STEM …
 
This episode, we are excited to bring you the wisdom of Madhawa “Mads” Palihapitiya. Originally from Sri Lanka, Mads currently teaches at University of Massachusetts – Boston and is an expert in conflict resolution and violence prevention, which he came to study as a result of growing up during Sri Lanka’s Civil War. Mads eventually began working a…
 
Welcome to Season 3! We're kicking off our season by talking with Stefanie Singer, who is the Program Director for Everyday Arts for Special Education (EASE), a New York City-based program operated by Urban Arts Partnership. EASE is an arts integration program that trains teachers on how to use simple arts integration activities and methods to impr…
 
The Glass Frog Podcast is back for its third season! Amidst the chaos and heartbreak of 2020, we're hoping that the podcast can offer our listeners not just a chance to learn something new, but a brief, monthly respite from all of the disorder. We're really glad you're joining us. Our first episode of the season drops on Monday, July 6. We're kicki…
 
Surprise! You (and we) thought we had finished up season 2, but then we had an opportunity to talk with some folks about an issue we think and care a lot about and we couldn't pass it up. Welcome to our bonus episode on cultivating interpersonal effectiveness (in the classroom and beyond). This season we talked (and learned) a lot about how to be b…
 
Welcome back! This month, we conclude Season 2 by talking with our old friend and colleague, Pau Aragay Marín. Pau is Director of Impact and Organizational Improvement at Educo. Educo is a global NGO that acts in defense of children, ensuring they are living humanely, particularly in the wake of natural and man-made disasters, and that their rights…
 
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