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The Intersection Education Podcast speaks about teaching and learning to insiders and outsiders in the education field seeking to help improve schools. Hosted by Corey Haley.
 
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Our guest in this episode is Dr. Bonnie Stelmach, Professor in the Faculty of Education (Educational Policy Studies) at the University of Alberta. She has been an educational researcher and university instructor since 2006, first at the University of Saskatchewan, and now at the University of Alberta. Her research focus is on parent involvement ...…
 
In this episode, we speak with Joey Feith. Joey is an elementary physical education teachers at St. George’s School of Montreal in Quebec, Canada and the founder of ThePhysicalEducator.com. He is a young, recognized leader within the field of physical education and one of the most passionate physical educators you are likely to ever meet. His p ...…
 
This episode features Adrian Piccoli. Adrian is the former Minister of Education for the State of New South Wales in Australia. He is currently director of the Gonski Institute for Education at the University of New South Wales and Professor of Practice in the School of Education. After his time in office, he wrote the book 12 Ways Your Child C ...…
 
This episode features Lynn Leslie. Lynn works as a school principal in Calgary, Alberta and is currently pursuing an Education Doctorate at Western University, focusing on the effective implementation of school plans. She draws on her past experiences as a School Board Trustee and Business Systems Analyst to inform her leadership practice. Lynn ...…
 
This episode is part 2 of a series we are running called “What Great Schools Do”. In this series, we will discuss different aspects, the actions that are taken, and the ideas that ensure success in high performing schools. What is a great school? We are defining it as a school where student outcomes in both learning and life are positively impa ...…
 
This episode features Brad Langdale, the 2019 recipient of the Canadian Association of Physicists Award for Excellence in Teaching High School Physics. Brad has spent the past fourteen years making the study of physics more accessible to students as well as teachers in the Province of Alberta. In his classroom, students are encouraged to get up ...…
 
This episode is part one of a series we are running called “What Great Schools Do”. In this series, we will discuss different aspects, the actions that are taken, and the ideas that ensure success in high performing schools. What is a great school? We are defining it as a school where student outcomes in both learning and life are positively im ...…
 
This episode features Nicole Lakusta. Nicole is Curriculum Educational Technology Facilitator for Parkland School Division and is the winner of this year’s ISTE (International Society for Technology in Education) Interactive Video Conferencing Network Educator Award. In our conversation we focus on how technology helps teachers have impact on s ...…
 
This is our 50th episode, and to celebrate we have a very special guest. Someone who inspired this podcast and many of the guests we have featured, it is none other than my friend Dr. Simon Breakspear. Simon is a researcher, advisor and speaker on educational leadership, policy and change. He is the Executive Director of the global consultancy ...…
 
This episode features Langston Evans who is the AVID (Advancement Via Individual Determination) program District Coordinator for the Madison Metropolitan School District. Through this program, he and his team have been able increase access to post-secondary for students who have traditionally been underrepresented in colleges. How they go about ...…
 
In this episode we have a special edition of the podcast where I am speaking with 2 of my good friends, who also happen to be 2 of the top educational leaders in North America. First, we have Bryn Spence, Principal of High Park School in Stony Plain, Alberta. We also have Dr. Randy Hetherington, Assistant Professor at the University of Portland ...…
 
In this episode I speak with Richard Gerver. Richard has been described as one of the most inspirational leaders of his generation. He is an award-winning speaker, bestselling author and world-renowned thinker. He began his career in education, most notably as headteacher of the failing Grange Primary School. In just two years, he famously tran ...…
 
This episode features Aaron Dublenko. Aaron has been teaching with Edmonton Public Schools for 17 years. He coordinates an educational platform called Innovate which supports student learning in real-world contexts with a focus on sustainable development, technological trends and citizenship. Two new Innovate initiatives are CVO (Community Volu ...…
 
This episode features Dr. Jody Carrington. Jody is a Clinical Psychologist who has spent most of her career working with children and families who have experienced trauma. Having grown up in rural Alberta, she worked on the Mental Health Inpatient Units of the Alberta Children’s Hospital in Calgary for 10 years and is now back in a rural settin ...…
 
This episode features Jed Richardson who is an applied micro-economist focused on education policy. He is currently an Assistant Scientist with the Wisconsin Evaluation Collaborative. He is the Principal Investigator of multiple evaluations of state policies and district academic programs. He has studied the design of school accountability syst ...…
 
Today we are talking about Concept-based instruction with Diane Lander. If you are like me, it seems like I am hearing about concept-based learning and teaching all over. I have had a little bit of introduction to it, but there are some aspects that are still unclear to me. This is why I asked Diane to speak about this important topic. Diane wo ...…
 
This episode features Brian Torrance, the Director of Everactive schools. Brian works with government ministries, schools, and other agencies to initiate new and innovative projects that support health and wellness in Alberta children and youth. Prior to joining Ever Active Schools he went to the University of Alberta completing a Bachelors in ...…
 
This episode features Janelle Allen, an Instructional Designer who specializes in custom online courses. She started out working with a design agency, but left that line of work to serve entrepreneurs and mid-size businesses. This pivot created her company Zen Courses. Janelle works in the adult learning field and is focused on helping others c ...…
 
This episode features Tal Thompson. Tal is a teacher from Columbia, South Carolina. Over his 17 years of teaching he has developed a style and reputation for both high achievement and character development. In 2015, he was a top 4 finalist for the “America’s Top Teacher” award on Live with Kelly and Michael. He followed that up by winning the S ...…
 
In this episode, Dr. Randy Hetherington, Bryn Spence, and Corey Haley have an honest discussion about some of the issues that are facing leaders in schools today. They focus not on the barriers, but rather on the solutions to overcoming the problems or obstacles. This is a real conversation that highlights the complex and ever-changing environm ...…
 
This episode features none other than Dr. Marian Small. Dr. Small has been a big influence on many teachers’ thinking around mathematics and numeracy. We speak about the changes that she has seen in numeracy over the years, how we might support concept-based practices in mathematics and ways to bring parents to an understanding of the “new” way ...…
 
This episode features a Superintendent, but not the kind you would normally think would be on a show about education. Instead, we speak with Superintendent Rob Hill, Assistant District Officer - Central Alberta District of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police. Superintendent Hill started in the Canadian Armed Forces before joining the RCMP. Since ...…
 
This episode features Jennifer Gfroerer, Principal of Valley Catholic Middle School in Beaverton, Oregon. In addition to running a great school, she recently led her team to the first Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) certification from AdvancED. This makes them the first school of any type on the NW Peninsula to earn this ...…
 
This episode features Dr. Kate Storey, Assistant Professor in the School of Public Health at the University of Alberta. The main focus of her research is how to improve the overall health of families and communities. She tries to identify the interventions that have the best chance at positive outcomes for health. She often works with schools a ...…
 
This episode features Justin Jackson. Justin has been working in the adult education field by developing professional development courses, writing books and creating online communities for adults, especially computer programmers (check out his site Mega Maker). He has some great insights into the type of learning that people choose and how we m ...…
 
This episode features Dr. Jennifer Tupper who is the Dean of the Faculty of Education at the University of Alberta. The University of Alberta is a bit of a return home for Dr. Tupper, as she did both her undergraduate and doctorate degrees there. In between, she was a professor at the University of Regina and moved up to the role of Dean in the ...…
 
In this episode, we speak with George Couros who is an Innovative Teaching, Learning, and Leadership consultant. He is also the author of "The Innovator's Mindset". Before he was touring the globe on the speaking circuit and helping schools bring the Innovator’s Mindset to their students, we worked together in the same school division. I rememb ...…
 
This is our second episode where we review previous conversations and interviews that we have featured on the podcast. This is an opportunity for those who have not heard past episodes to see if something peeks their interest. If so, you can go back and listen. It is also a way for people to get a quick hit of learning from the past 10 shows. W ...…
 
This is a bit of a different episode than normal. Usually, you would hear an interview or a round-table with someone who has something to teach us about education and schools. Today, instead, you will hear a collection of tips from our previous guests. I am calling this the anti-resolution episode. Why? Because the idea of New Year’s resolution ...…
 
My conversation today is with Jennifer Waring, Instructional Coach at St. Peter the Apostle High School in Spruce Grove, AB. Instructional coaching has been booming in the past while for good reason, the impact on teacher learning is high. Of the people that I have heard speak on the role, Jen has a clear vision and passion for instructional co ...…
 
In this episode we speak with Ramona Big Head, an educator with over 22 years of experience who is currently in her second year as principal of the ground-breaking Kainai High School, where she and associate principal Charlton Weasel Head are using a combination of brain science and traditional ways of knowing to help Kainai youth find their id ...…
 
In this episode, we speak with Dr. Phil McRae who is an Executive Staff Officer and Associate Coordinator, Government-Research with the Alberta Teachers’ Association and Adjunct Professor within the Faculty of Education at the University of Alberta where he earned his Ph.D. He was the Director of the internationally recognized Alberta Initiativ ...…
 
This episode features Dr. David Tranter, Lori Carson, and Tom Boland, the authors of the book The Third Path: A Relationship-Based Approach to Student Well-being and Achievement. They all have different lived experience: David is an Associate Professor at Lakehead University in the department of Social Work, Lori started in social work, but mov ...…
 
This episode features John McGettigan, President of the Saskatoon Teachers Association. John works tirelessly in the service of teachers and of education. As you’ll hear, John is passionate about ensuring teachers are leaders of learning not only with their students but also amongst themselves. This learning is not limited to the traditional sc ...…
 
In this episode, I have a round-table discussion with Bryn Spence about current issues for school leaders. Some feedback that we have received about the show is that people appreciate more dialogue between practising administrators. In the episode, Bryn and I try to speak about problems and solutions in our schools and hope that our conversatio ...…
 
My conversation in this episode is with Gordon Campbell. Gordon has worked in French Immersion for over 30 years. He taught at almost every level from the second grade to university. In 2011, he was the recipient of the Canadian Association of Immersion Professional’s or Association canadienne des professionnels en immersion’s (also know as ACP ...…
 
The conversation today is not with one outstanding educator but with two, Jesse McLean and Travis McNaughton. Jesse currently works with Alberta Education in the Research research on a secondment. He has been a teacher and administrator at multiple schools. Travis is currently principal at 3 schools, Forest Green Elementary School, Connections ...…
 
This episode features Dr. Jason Jay, Senior Lecturer at the MIT Sloan School of Management and Director of the Sustainability Initiative at MIT Sloan. Jason’s research focuses on how people navigate the tensions inherent in the quest for sustainability, as they simultaneously pursue their own self-interest and the flourishing of human and other ...…
 
In this episode we review our first 19 episodes and discuss the main themes that were put forward by our guests. We try and look for links between the ideas presented in our conversations. Thanks for listening and supporting us in our first 20 episodes, we look forward to many more. Connect with Intersection Education on our website and on Twit ...…
 
This episode features Dr. Valin S. Jordan, Assistant Professor of Diversity Education at University of Louisiana at Lafayette. Dr. Jordan believes in the strong commitments of teachers to understanding their narratives as raced, classed, gendered people in order to move the social justice needed. She has committed her areas of focus to curricul ...…
 
This episode features Carolyn Cameron, who currently works as an instructor at the University of Calgary in the Werklund School of Education. Throughout her career she has been a teacher, an assistant principal, a principal, a district principal, responsible for leadership development and has worked for Alberta Education, helping to implement n ...…
 
Our guest in this episode is Dr. Suzanne Squires, who is a family physician in Edmonton Area of Alberta. She has spent over a decade in service of families and has taken a particular interest in Mental Health of both young people and adults. She has some great advice for anyone who is concerned about the mental health of a student or a colleagu ...…
 
This episode features Dr. Nancy Wise, who is the Director of French Immersion Educational Consulting Inc. based in the Toronto Area. She has her Ph.D. in Second Language Education and a M.Ed. in Special Education from the Ontario Institute for Studies in Education (OISE) of the University of Toronto. I have seen her present at conferences inclu ...…
 
This episode features Dr. Dwayne Donald, Associate Professor in Secondary Education at the University of Alberta. Dr. Donald was born and raised in Edmonton and is a descendent of the Papaschase Cree. He taught both abroad and in Alberta before moving into academia. Dwayne’s primary research focus is on curriculum initiatives that require teach ...…
 
In this edition of the Intersection Education Podcast we speak with Andrew Milne. Andrew started his teaching career in London, England before emigrating to America in 2008. He currently teaches at New Tree-er High School in Illinois. Andrew was awarded the SHAPE America Teacher of the Year for Health Education in 2017. Andrew has some great id ...…
 
This episode features Dr. Natalie Keefer. Dr. Keefer is an Assistant Professor at the University of Louisiana at Lafayette. She received her Ph.D. in Curriculum and Instruction with a cognate in anthropology from the University of South Florida. While earning her Ph.D., Dr. Keefer taught high school social studies for ten years in Tampa, Florid ...…
 
In this episode we speak with Dr. Dean Kriellaars. Dr Dean Kriellaars is a world-renowned expert in the field of Physical Literacy. He is a faculty member of the College of Rehabilitation Sciences, Department of Physical Therapy at the University of Manitoba. He is also a scientist at the Children’s Health Research Institute. His Human Performa ...…
 
In this episode with speak with Dr. Eric Anctil who is a professor of media and technology in the School of Education at the University of Portland. The focus of much of Dr. Anctil’s work is to search for humanity in a TechnoHuman world and to shed light on the hidden shadows of change beneath the surface as humans evolve side-by-side with thei ...…
 
In this episode we speak with Felicia Ochs. Felicia is currently the Wellness Coordinator at Parkland School Division in Stony Plain, Alberta. She has a Bachelor’s degree in English from the College of Saint Benedict and a Master’s degree in Education from Seattle University. She also holds certification in a number of other areas, including be ...…
 
In this episode, we speak with Dr. Joanne Blannin. She is currently the Digital Learning Leader at the Graduate School of Education at The University of Melbourne. She recently completed her Doctorate of Education – looking at teachers and schools using the Internet in their classrooms. She has taught in England, France and Michigan in the USA ...…
 
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