show episodes
 
The National Association of Elementary School Principals and BAM Radio Network have partnered to bring you NAESP Radio. Executive Director Earl L. Franks, Ed.D., CAEhosts the program that will focus on the topics you really care about. Each brief segment of NAESP Radio will help keep abreast of the latest developments in the field.
 
Loading …
show series
 
Discover why physical activity should be a priority for schools principals, teachers, parents and students. Our guests explain why active schools are smarter schools and how to introduce more activity into your programs. @ActiveSchoolsUS @efranksnaesp @NAESP @bamradionetwork Charlene Burgeson is Executive Director of Active Schools, a national move…
 
Volatile, uncertain, complex and ambiguous, welcome to the brave new world of education. Join us as we talk about the critical mindset and skills we need to adapt. Follow: @efranksnaesp @Ray_McNulty @NAESP @bamradionetwork Raymond J. McNulty is the President of the National Dropout Prevention Center (NDPC), and the Successful Practices Network SPN)…
 
Good timing is essential and our guest tells us that school leaders can apply scientific principles to make better, smarter, more effective decisions. Follow: @efranksnaesp @DanielPink @NAESP @bamradionetwork Daniel H. Pink is the author of six provocative books — including his newest, When: The Scientific Secrets of Perfect Timing, which has spent…
 
School leaders have an important role to play in strengthening to the quality of early childhood education nationwide. Join us as we talk about what you can do to collaborate with national leaders and provide local leadership in your school. Follow: @efranksnaesp @RhianNAEYC @NAEYC @NAESP @bamradionetwork Rhian Evans Allvin is Chief Executive Offic…
 
Why do some school leaders get so much more done than others? Our guest offers answers and a framework for executing well. Follow: @efranksnaesp @NAESP @bamradionetwork Sean Covey is a business executive, a New York Times and Wall Street Journal bestselling author, a speaker, and innovator. He is President of FranklinCovey Education and is devoted …
 
For a myriad of reasons, support for public education is waning. Join us as we discuss what elementary school principals can do to strengthen support for public schools. Follow: @jamievol @efranksnaesp @NAESP @bamradionetwork Jamie Vollmer is president of Vollmer, Inc., a public education advocacy firm working to increase student success by raising…
 
What is global education? How can global competencies be cultivated? Why does global competence matter? Follow: @davidb_ young @NAESP @bamradionetwork David B. Young is the CEO of Participate, whose mission is to ensure inclusive, equitable learning for all. Participate partners with schools and districts to provide leading-edge technology, compreh…
 
Our guest shares his district's plan and strategies for driving authentic educational equity.Follow: @Ddance_BCPS @NAESP @bamradionetworkAs superintendent of the nation’s 25th largest school system, (Baltimore County schools) Dr. Dallas Dance oversees the instruction of more than 110,000 students and leads and manages a $1.76 billion budget, more t…
 
Great principals are intentional about their process for hiring, training and supporting new teachers. Join us as we look at the best practices, and how they impact new school culture.Follow: @ToddWhitaker @NAESP @bamradionetworkTodd Whitaker is a professor of educational leadership at Indiana State University in Terre Haute, Indiana. He has writte…
 
Our guest has done compelling research and writing on the impact of emotionally intelligent leadership. In this segment, we highlight the main ideas every principal needs to know.Daniel Goleman is an internationally known psychologist who lectures frequently to professional groups, business audiences, and on college campuses. As a science journalis…
 
Though these are challenging times to be in education, our guest provides a compelling overview of what great principals are doing to drive student success. Follow: @PedroANoguera @naesp @bamradionetworkPedro Noguera is the Distinguished Professor of Education at the Graduate School of Education and Information Sciences at UCLA. His research focuse…
 
Our guest offers an insightful and fresh perspective of the brave new world education leaders face. In this segment he draws stark comparisons between the way teaching and leading has been done and what is truly required in a world of increasing ambiguity, complexity and exciting new possibilities. Follow: @PedroANoguera @naesp @bamradionetworkErik…
 
Our guest offers new data which powerfully suggests that student voice matters. In this segment we define student voice and discuss how it impacts academic motivation, absenteeism, disciplinary academic achievement graduation rates. We further explore why teacher, parent and principal voice are also essential.Twitter ID: @PrincipalMWhite @dinhulsen…
 
The new Visual Art Standards have been aligned to the Common Core Standards as well as the aim of ensuring that all kids are college and career ready.In this segment we summarize what every principal needs to know. Twitter ID: @PrincipalMWhite @dinhulsenDennis Inhulsen is Patterson Elementary principal in Holly, Michigan and president of the Nation…
 
Gail Connelly, executive director of the National Association of Elementary School Principals sits down with Secretary of Education Arne Duncan to get a national perspective and highlights from his recent bus tour.Follow: @NAESP @bamradionetworkArne Duncan is the United States Secretary of Education. Duncan had previously served as CEO of the Chica…
 
Our culture tends to celebrate extroverts while often labeling introverts as shy, insecure or lacking the qualities of a successful student, effective teacher or good leader. Our guest aims to disabuse us of these ideas and offers compelling insights about, being, leading and teaching introverts. Follow: @susancain @NAESP @bamradionetworkSusan Cain…
 
Finding an appropriate and valid way to evaluate principals is a high priority as we seek greater accountability and support for education leaders. To we explore some of the directions in which our community's thinking about principal evaluations is evolving.Follow: @NAESP @bamradionetwork Joseph Murphy is the Frank W. Mayborn Chair of Education an…
 
The population of English language learners is rising dramatically, but our principals and teachers are not adequately prepared to handle the increase. In this segment we discuss strategies for preparing administrators and teachers.Maureen Keithley joined the WIDA Consortium five years ago from the Kentucky Department of Education where she served …
 
New brain research has identified the skills that must be developed at the earliest ages to provide children with a foundation for learning success. In this segment our guest discusses how principals can help teachers develop these skills in their students.Deborah Leong is the co-developer with Elena Bodrova of the Tools of the Mind PK and K progra…
 
In this segment our guest says that before we can close the achievement gap, we need to rethink our understanding of it. Only after we truly comprehend the factors causing the gap are we prepared to think strategically about what role educators can realistically play in closing it.Freeman Hrabowski has served as President of UMBC (The University of…
 
In the wake of the tragic shootings at Newtown, conducting school safety reviews can be challenging. Pressure to respond quickly and decisively can lead imprudent, costly, ineffective and unnecessary measures. We have assembled an "A -team" of leading school safety experts to help principals make smart decisions, avoid routine mistakes and determin…
 
It's now generally established that school leadership is second only to classroom instruction in improving student outcomes. In this segment we look at five key factors that ensure school principal success, how to manage them well and why these key points can make such a profound difference.Jody Spiro is The Wallace Foundation's director of educati…
 
Much has been added to the curriculum since the first schools were established. In order to keep track of the additions, Jaime Volmer developed a decade-by-decade list of all the academic, social, and health responsibilities that have been heaped upon our schools. Listen and get a better understanding of why educating our children has become so cha…
 
Our guest says that character development programs reduce bullying in schools. She offers a practical and proven eight step plan for developing character in students. Bobbi DePorter is president of Quantum Learning Network (QLN), a leading education company dedicated to engaged effective learning that has impacted the lives of over 10 million stude…
 
What does it take to create a dynamic and engaging classroom that causes children to want to participate and take responsibility for their own learning? Our guest says the key is to teach like your hair is on fire. Listen in as this award winning teacher explains what makes his classroom so arresting to students. Rafe Esquith has taught at Hobart E…
 
Our guest points out that educators at the grassroots are rebelling against the current use of standardized test scores. In the absence of a national retreat on standardized testing, how can principals lead the way to moving beyond educating by the numbers?By BAM Radio Network
 
The national emphasis on improving student performance has placed significant attention of evaluating teacher efficacy. However, our guest suggests that some rethinking is required to get our teacher evaluation process on target and he discusses a promising model.By BAM Radio Network
 
Diane Ravitch travels the nation speaking to educators and says that the depth of discouragement in the field is at an all time high and can not be overstated. Why are so many principals demoralized? More importantly how can those who feel this way recover their passion to make a difference?By BAM Radio Network
 
School culture is critical argues Anthony Muhammad. Anthony believes that without a healthy school culture, no amount of structural change will produce positive results. In this segment we talk about the how principals can transform a toxic school culture.By BAM Radio Network
 
With the push for accountability in high gear and budget cuts crippling, limiting or eliminating many school arts programs, how do we engender creativity in our students? Our guests provide some guidance for schools that have a commitment to creativity and those that don't.By BAM Radio Network
 
Leading change is perhaps one of the most challenging things that 21th century principals have to do. Our guest is the best selling author of "How to Change When Change is Hard." In this segment he applies his research to school principals struggling with being an agent of change.By BAM Radio Network
 
Yong Zhao writes that the weakness of American education may be greatly overstated. Zhao argues that American public schools are fundamentally well positioned to produce children with the skills needed in a new world transformed by technology. We just have to unleash the talent.By BAM Radio Network
 
New Leaders for New Schools has had 10,000 applicants for their principal development program.The program is aimed at finding the best principal candidates and giving them the training and support they need to become exceptional leaders. Find out what veteran principals can learn from the program.By BAM Radio Network
 
Loading …

Quick Reference Guide

Copyright 2021 | Sitemap | Privacy Policy | Terms of Service
Google login Twitter login Classic login