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Catch Retirement 360 with Alan Mercurio, Kentuckiana's highly acclaimed retirement and investment specialist. Gain true financial wisdom and advice aimed at educating you about all of your financial options when it comes to retirement so you can make the best decisions for you and your family. Get information and education that can bring you peace of mind with your savings and retirement. Whether it's your 401k account, IRA, or an underperforming asset, Louisville's Retirement Coach, can ans ...
 
Your Faith to Live By speakers are Larry Millender and James Saulter. Larry is the senior pastor of Church 360 in Tallahassee, with Sunday services at 9 a.m. and Wednesday services at 6:30 p.m. James is the senior pastor of Summit Life Church in Crawfordville, with Sunday morning morning prayer at 8 a.m. and worship at 10:30 a.m. And Wednesday Life Group is at 7 p.m.
 
Jethro Jones interviews instructional leaders from around the nation to learn and teach what it takes to become a transformative principal. Episodes address topics like Response to Intervention (RTI), Multi-Tiered System of Support (MTSS), Positive Behavior Interventions and Supports (PBIS), the latest advances in educational research, standards-based grading, and interviews with industry leaders like Bill Daggett, Rick Wormeli, Todd Whitaker
 
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Mike Anderson has been an educator for more than 25 years. A public school teacher for 15 years, he has also taught preschool, coached school swim teams, and taught university graduate level classes. He now works as a consultant providing professional learning for teachers throughout the US and beyond. In 2004, Mike was awarded a national Milken Ed…
 
Dr. Justin Bathon is an Associate Professor in the Department of Educational Leadership Studies at the University of Kentucky and serves as a Co-Director of the Center for Next Generation Leadership. He is the Director of Innovative School Models for the College of Education. He is a co-Director of the Next Generation Leadership Academy at the Coll…
 
Bill Clouse is a principal in Wisconsin. He’s a 31-year veteran with 26 years in administration. In this episode, we talk about using people in the right way, eliminating staff meetings, and how the mastermind kept him motivated and energized even though he could have retired. One agenda item on staff meetings: To complain about what is going on. B…
 
Troy Hutchings researches, writes, and speaks in the areas of professional ethics, educator misconduct, and frameworks for an ethical and legal teaching practice. He presents to various state and national policy and practitioner groups across the United States and Canada. Hutchings also provides expert witness testimony in judicial hearings; collab…
 
Dr. Burton serves as a Turnaround Specialist for the Rensselaerville Institute based in Albany, New York. He was music teacher from 1983 to 1989, and then became a principal In August 2001 Dr. Burton was assigned as the Principal to Cherokee Park Elementary. At the time of his appointment the school was in Corrective Action with a SPS of 44.4, and …
 
Craig Randall is developing relational trust between principals and teachers, leading to risk-taking and growth. Author of Trust-Based Observations Trust-Based Observations, my new book about a transformative method of doing teacher observations. In a nutshell the book and model are designed to help show administrators how to build trusting differe…
 
Dr. Robinson is on a mission to ensure that all students and educational practitioners receive the best experience in educational technology that will ensure immediate and future success in the real world. He believes in forming long-lasting partnerships with school districts and educational professionals in order to meet all students’ individual n…
 
Explicit reading instruction is an approach to teaching reading that is based on research about the brain and how we learn, combined with structured and sequenced literacy instruction. Join explicit instruction expert Dr. Anita Archer for this informative podcast as she discusses the importance of explicit instruction and how it promotes achievemen…
 
At the end of the day, would you recommend a friend or peer to work for a particular manager? The answer to this question and many others is addressed in Part 1 of the 360-degree leadership review. Brian Hobbs, President of Sales & Marketing of Ryobi Products, a subset of TTI, joins Tim Hayden, President and CEO of Sargent Metal, in this two-part s…
 
“Too many of us clock out of life as we clock into work. Where we were once looking for fulfillment and meaning in our careers, we now just show up for a paycheck… But what if we could change all that? What if we could reignite that passion in ourselves… in our coworkers…in our employees? David Shar was happily managing his small ice cream parlor i…
 
Justin Thomas, Ed.D., is an elementary school principal serving students, faculty, and community near Nashville, TN. Prior to his work in school administration, he enjoyed 8 years as a middle school and high school band director. During his 6-year tenure as principal, his school team has been recognized multiple times by the Tennessee Department of…
 
Nicole Colter became an instant mom, when she married a single dad with three children aged 5, 6 and 7. If that wasn’t enough, over the next 12 years she also built three different businesses without any prior knowledge of, or training in, those industries. > These combined experiences taught her the value of creativity and self-direction. Nicole i…
 
Joellen Killion is a senior advisor to Learning Forward and served for many years as the association’s deputy executive director. As senior advisor, she leads initiatives related to the link between professional development and student learning. She led the most recent revision of the Standards for Professional Learning, and has extensive experienc…
 
Angela Mahoney is currently the principal at Eastland Elementary School, which is part of a high-achieving, small, rural school district in the Northwest corner of Illinois. Prior to working in education, she spent many years working in the private sector. As an educator, Angela taught kindergarten, 4th, 6th and 7th grades before getting her degree…
 
Michelle Mann has been in higher education for over 20 years. She focuses her work on working with disadvantaged students, especially students who have dropped out of high school. She currently resides in St. Petersburg, Florida. She is also a former police officer. A problem at home becomes a problem in the community. They were just trying to figu…
 
It’s what my community Needed with Dr. Tiawan Giles Transformative Principal 378 Dr. Tiawana Giles is the proud principal of George W. Carver Elementary School!! She is also a contributing author the Women Who Lead Anthology. In the age of coronavirus. Lead by example. Setting a great example hat people want to support. We are better than what they…
 
PJ Caposey is a dynamic speaker and a transformational leader and educator. PJ began his career as an award-winning teacher in the inner-city of Chicago and has subsequently led significant change in every administrative post he has held. PJ became a principal at 28 and within three years was able to lead a small-town/rural school historically achi…
 
Marisa Thompson (M.A. Teacher Education) has fourteen years of experience teaching various levels of English including advanced and support classes. District’s first Innovation Support coach. She is a designated cooperating teacher for several credential programs and a Professional Development instructor for University of San Diego. Her experiences…
 
Professor Anthony Kimpson, or Mr. K as he is known by his students is on a mission to positively impact the lives of every young person he touches and to help them aspire to change the direction of their lives through the power of education. He is a dynamic coach, teacher, leader, and speaker with a passion to encourage, empower, mentor, motivate, …
 
Matthew Moyer Website is an elementary school principal with over 17 years of experience in administration, and over 23 years of experience in education. In addition to his job as principal, he is a Nationally Distinguished Principal, Pennsylvania Principal of the Year, Author, National Speaker, Adjunct Professor, and staff developer with Thom Stec…
 
Tracey Runeare taught high school social studies for 16 years before becoming a high school assistant principal. She has been the principal of Harbor High School in Santa Cruz, California for 5 years. Harbor High School - Santa Cruz - Beachside community. Small high school with 1100 students. Role of an admin needs to be shifted. To hear what teach…
 
At 22, Makaila Nichols is a model, speaker and best-selling author (at age 18) of “Blatantly Honest: Normal Teen, Abnormal Life.” In her book, she shares her personal struggles with issues such as: bullying, body image, sexual assault, peer pressure and more. Makaila was bullied unmercifully throughout her adolescence and even today as a recent col…
 
Maureen O’Shaughnessy, EdD, is a career school innovator with over 30 years of transforming learning in schools to better serve all students. She is the founding director of Leadership Preparatory Academy, a nonprofit progressive micro-school in Washington State. With a master’s degree in educational administration and a doctorate degree in educati…
 
Trevor Goertzen –15th year in education Building Principal at Spring Hill Middle School, Spring Hill, Kansas –5yrs Teacher & Instructional Coach Blue Valley School, Overland Park, Kansas –10yrs National Board Certified Teacher Kansas Podcast - KPA Listen Up! Communication director of Kansas Principal Association. Teachers in emergency learning envi…
 
As 2020 began, the assessment you knew as DIBELS Next® acquired a new name, Acadience® Reading K–6. Do you know why the name changed and that Acadience Reading (and its product family) are the only assessments developed by authors Dr. Roland Good III and Dr. Ruth Kaminski, based on 30 years of research? Join us as we discuss how Acadience Learning …
 
Tom Mahoney currently serves as the Superintendent of Oregon Community Unit School District located in Northern Illinois. As an educator, Tom has served as a secondary math teacher, coach, building administrator, and Assistant Superintendent. His experiences as a teacher, serving a diverse student population, continue to guide his advocacy for equi…
 
In this segment, Alan talks about a couple of interesting findings from a new Charles Schwab survey...one being that the average baby boomer has about $920,000 saved for retirement, and that boomers expect to spend about $135,000 a year in retirement. Alan says at that rate, they’ll enjoy a comfortable seven years of retirement. But what happens in…
 
Katharine Birbalsingh is the founder and head of Michaela Community School. She and her staff wrote the book, “Michaela: the Power of Culture” which you can find anywhere books are sold. Michaela is a different kind of school. High standards of discipline - silent corridors Knowledge is our goal in the classroom Why don’t people do things to get th…
 
Matthew is a principal in Nashville, He was recently selected by FranklinCovey Education as a Leader in Me Community Champion in recognition of his outstanding work Trauma Informed Educators Network Facebook group “I’m an activator,” he says. “In education, everyone is waiting for someone else to do something different, but if something is inequita…
 
Transformative Principal 366 Social Media: He threw a rock at the building and I thought we were done! Via Kevin Stinehart Kevin Stinehart is in his ninth year teaching in a South Carolina Title 1 Arts Magnet School. Last month he won Teacher of the Year for his district, and he is currently in the running for South Carolina State Teacher of the ye…
 
For 30 years, Frank Forte has led projects and programs around the world for clients such as the U.S. Navy, Air Force, and Army, NASA, CA, CSC, GTE, and Mylan Pharmaceutical. He has worked across many different industries, including Oil & Gas, Software, Healthcare, and Construction. Frank is the author of the book A.G.I.L.E. Thinking Demystified. W…
 
Wanting to Get Better with Dr. Vernita Glenn-White Transformative Principal 364 Social Media: You need to have a goal. Via @DrVglenn_white Dr. V. is a professor of empowerment and executive coaching and consulting. It’s ok to admit that you will make some mistakes. How to not judge people? There’s always things that are subconscious I probably had …
 
Janneke Ritchie is an entrepreneur, speaker, designer and digital transformation expert. A robot momma, she brings both passion and a healthy dose of realism to how robots, AI and future technologies can be used to transform how we work, live and age. After 20 years of envisioning, designing and implementing solutions to enhance adoption of new tec…
 
Kat Howard is AP at the Duston School and founder of LitDrive, PD for English Teachers. She is also the author of the book “Stop Talking About Wellbeing” Came to teaching quite late after working in finance Felt lack of reward outside of education. How to help teachers take care of themselves. Approaching workload - we have a responsibility to ours…
 
Lizzy Neiger is an elementary principal at an international school in Nepal. Previously, Lizzy was a special ed teacher and 2nd grade teacher. Geographically positioned between China and India. Only flights people could get were repatriation flights back to their home countries. Thought people would be able to return. Making my self available at th…
 
Hannah Costello graduated in January 2020 after homeschooling her whole life. While co-founding the Learner Council and volunteering at virtual camps in her distributed learning high school, she discovered a passion for guiding and supporting other learners, and for creating systems that work. She wants to help other kids to experience learning the…
 
The past year has uncovered more equity issues in education than in years before. The struggle to provide equitable access to technology, learning tools, emotional support, and even meals is now at the forefront of educators’ minds as they struggle to keep learning going forward for their students. Join us for a timely discussion about equity in ed…
 
Andrea Keith is the Vice President of School Programs at Let Grow. Let Grow non profit to bring back childhood independence. What changes have happened in the how parenting happens? Belief that it is the parents’ job to protect kids from any discomfort. Blue hands in the windows. Benefits of kids having independence. Nobody intends to give their ki…
 
Barb Labotka is a principal of a Montessori School in Chicago, Illinois. And this podcast is a little different in that she is going to tell some stories about Maria Montessori! integrated her faith into her theory. Montessori was the first scientific method. Inspiration will come in moments when you least expect them. At 36, she said that her educ…
 
Nancy Conrad is the founder of the Conrad Challenge, a global competition to help kids learn without limitations. Global competition for teams of students 13–18. Students are invited to combine innovation, education, and entrepreneurship to create something new. Students form teams and ind a coach. Summit hosted at Kennedy Space Center. As students…
 
Amy Valentine, Leader at Future of School has been called a social rabble rouser, a turnaround strategist and a fighter of the status quo in K–12 education. She has served as a teacher, school leader and executive director. Gives scholarships to students and grants to teachers. National Non-profit to support the changing of schools. Why parents see…
 
This school year, the importance of closing reading gaps and maintaining strong skills is more important than ever due to COVID learning loss and a shift to remote learning. Join us for a timely and insightful podcast with respected literacy expert and author Dr. Tim Rasinski, as he discusses the long-term impact of COVID learning loss on reading f…
 
JC Pohl is the co-founder and CEO of TeenTruth.net Resilience is about taking the hits and moving forward. Hear about bad things with kids. Bouncing back. It was really in the hard times in our life that we grew. 5 keys to mental health. Why is it harder for teenagers? This is developmentally appropriate. To them it really does feel like it is the …
 
Mariana Aguilar did some field research to determine what causes students to be engaged in online and hybrid learning environments. How to define student engagement in online and hybrid environments. Hard to define engagement, but we all say we can feel it! You can feel it. Emotionally connected Manifests differently in hybrid environment Hard to r…
 
They say people assume they’re diversified because they own an S&P 500 index fund. But, all that means is that your stock holdings are diversified – not that your overall retirement portfolio is diversified. On today's show, Alan and Troy talk about the really important distinction between the two and the very common mistakes you could be making.…
 
Danielle Nuhfer is a teacher and you can find more information about her at TeachingWell.Life Bringing Awareness to the present moment without judgment. Taking a step back and trying to think about how to proceed. The benefits of mindfulness in self-care and resilient person in our students’ lives. How to be mindful in talking about the coronavirus…
 
Crystal Xu and Purvi Patel recently wrote a paper on how to Redesign School Level Systems For Equity. How systems work together. Started with redesign systems work. We actually have a lot more autonomy than we think. Expand our self-confidence around the structures we can control. How we define engagement in school. How do we deal with criticism th…
 
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