Digical Education
Who’s Missing (Holistic Leaders) with Tyler Amidon

Who’s Missing (Holistic Leaders) with Tyler Amidon

November 11, 2020

This is a new series as we consider who is missing in school leadership, the classroom, and our profession as we seek to build flourishing schools.

Tyler is a principal in Denver, Colorado.

Who’s Missing (Authentic Student Voice) with Nathan Wagner

Who’s Missing (Authentic Student Voice) with Nathan Wagner

November 9, 2020

This is a new series as we consider who is missing in school leadership, the classroom, and our profession as we seek to build flourishing schools.

Nathan Wagner is an Interim Head of School in Texas.

Who’s Missing (People Like Me) with Grace Lee

Who’s Missing (People Like Me) with Grace Lee

November 6, 2020

This is a new series as we consider who is missing in school leadership, the classroom, and our profession as we seek to build flourishing schools.

Grace Lee is Director of Diversity in Georgia.

Who’s Missing (Jesus?) with Joey Richards

Who’s Missing (Jesus?) with Joey Richards

November 5, 2020

This is a new series as we consider who is missing in school leadership, the classroom, and our profession as we seek to build flourishing schools.

Joey Richards is Associate Head of School in Fort Worth, Texas.

Who’s Missing (Latinos) with Matt Lambro

Who’s Missing (Latinos) with Matt Lambro

November 4, 2020

This is a new series as we consider who is missing in school leadership, the classroom, and our profession as we seek to build flourishing schools.

Matt Lambro is Director of Student Development in Fort Worth, Texas.

Who’s Missing (People of Color) with Jenny Brady

Who’s Missing (People of Color) with Jenny Brady

November 3, 2020

This is a new series as we consider who is missing in school leadership, the classroom, and our profession as we seek to build flourishing schools.

Jenny Brady is a leader of the Christian Educators Diversity Alliance.

Who’s Missing (Lots of People) with Edward Gregory

Who’s Missing (Lots of People) with Edward Gregory

November 2, 2020

This is a new series as we consider who is missing in school leadership, the classroom, and our profession as we seek to build flourishing schools.

Edward Gregory is the Director of Education for the Diocese of Bath and Wells in England.

 

ROI, Rankings, & the value of College: Conversation with Rob Schwartz

ROI, Rankings, & the value of College: Conversation with Rob Schwartz

October 15, 2020

This is a conversation about the new Georgetown Center for Education and the Workplace's research on the ROI of a college degree (https://cew.georgetown.edu/cew-reports/collegeroi/). With my friend and independent counselor, Rob Schwartz, we dig into this research and what it means for students and families.

Rob Schwartz's bio:

Mr. Schwartz currently works as an independent counselor at Premier College Guidance (https://premiercollegeguide.com/), but was born, raised and educated in Southern California. He received his BA in Political Science from UCLA, his MA in History from California State University, Northridge, and a College Counseling Certificate from UCLA. His prior work includes stints with NASA, Morgan Stanley, and just shy of nine years at The Princeton Review. He is also a current faculty member of the UCLA College Counseling program.

“No More Crappy Homework &The Golden Rule of Virtual Teaching” with Dave Mulder

“No More Crappy Homework &The Golden Rule of Virtual Teaching” with Dave Mulder

October 13, 2020

Dave Mulder is one of my favorite educators, and I love to follow him on Twitter. The "No More Crappy Homework" podcast we did nearly 3 years ago is the most listened to of these podcast conversations, so I talked Dave into a follow-up conversation.

Dave's bio: 

"I love to teach! Before joining the Education department at Dordt in 2012, I taught in Christian schools in California and Iowa for 14 years. While I thoroughly enjoyed teaching in K-12 schools, I have found that I also love teaching future teachers. I view this calling as a tremendous blessing, and I do not take it lightly.

My interest areas in education are varied, but include educational technology, online learning, teaching young adolescents, science education, social networks for professional learning, and teaching Christianly. I blog my reflections on these topics (and more!) and you are welcome to read along at http://iteach-and-ilearn.blogspot.com."

“Who is Missing: Removing Disadvantage in School Leadership” Conversation with Emily Norman

“Who is Missing: Removing Disadvantage in School Leadership” Conversation with Emily Norman

October 9, 2020

This is a conversation that builds on a prior podcast with Jon Eckert where he asks the question "Who do we need?", and pushes us to think deeper about who is missing in school leadership and what we can do about it. Emily shares insights from her current work, her study of Classical Languages at university, lessons from being a young head teacher, and our current affinity with the show "Ted Lasso."

Emily Norman is the Head of Networks for the Church of England Foundation for Educational Leadership, where she brings together school leaders from around England to think collaboratively about what it means to put a Christian vision into practice.

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