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Celebrating Schools & Engaging Parents: Andrew Campanella

Celebrating Schools & Engaging Parents: Andrew Campanella

January 19, 2022

In this conversation, I get to talk to Andrew Campanella about National School Choice Week, and how to "Celebrate Schools and Engage Parents" as we support and develop educational opportunities for each student that best meets their needs, hopes, and dreams.

Andrew Campanella is the president of National School Choice Week, the largest public awareness effort in the U.S. focusing on opportunity in K-12 education. He is also the author of The School Choice Roadmap: 7 Steps to Finding the Right School for Your Childa guidebook that helps parents identify education environments that meet their children’s needs.

You can find some great resources on both of these links.

Stories of Becoming More Human with Aleishia Lewis

Stories of Becoming More Human with Aleishia Lewis

January 10, 2022

Aleishia Lewis is an educational and school leader in England who shares a story about a conversation with her son in the aftermath of the George Floyd murder and how that pushed her work further and deeper in her context.

Stories in Becoming More Human with Doron Zinger

Stories in Becoming More Human with Doron Zinger

December 1, 2021

Doron Zinger is Director of CalTeach Science and Math Program at UC Irvine's School of Education. 

Relationships and Formation: Conversation with Rob Loe

Relationships and Formation: Conversation with Rob Loe

November 17, 2021

Dr. Rob Loe has been on the podcast before, but this is the first time since his move to Australia. Rob is a Senior Fellow at Chartered College of Teaching and the Relationships Foundation, Founder of Relational Schools, and now Executive Officer at Christian Schools Australia.

Curiosity: Leadership Lessons from Lasso

Curiosity: Leadership Lessons from Lasso

November 11, 2021

Jessica DeWit shares a connection from Season 1 about leading with curiosity to Season 2 and what happens with Coach Nate.

The Inclusive Mindset: Conversation w/ Justin Jones-Fosu

The Inclusive Mindset: Conversation w/ Justin Jones-Fosu

November 9, 2021

In this podcast we talk about Justin's book "The Inclusive Mindset" and his work around the country.

Justin Jones-Fosu is a full-time husband and daddy who also happens to be an international speaker, young-award winning entrepreneur, and author. He is the President/Chief Inspirational Officer of Justin Inspires International, LLC (www.justininspires.com) where he speaks 50-60 times a year for professionals, colleges, and youth internationally.  He has spoken in 4 countries for over 250+ organizations, and has given over 450+ presentations.  Justin is also the founder of Respectivity (www.respectivity.com), a company helping workplaces to develop better cultures of respect.  He is a CAMPUSPEAK speaker.

Mentor Where They‘re At: Leadership Lessons from Lasso

Mentor Where They‘re At: Leadership Lessons from Lasso

November 4, 2021

My friend Drew Snelgrove shares some of what he's discovered about mentoring in his coaching career that resonates with the show.

Stories in Becoming More Human with Ginger Merritt-Paul

Stories in Becoming More Human with Ginger Merritt-Paul

November 1, 2021

Ginger Merritt-Paul started her education career in the juvenile corrections system and traces her story to more traditional schools and now as principal of a PBL school. I think you'll enjoy hearing her reflections on authenticity and choosing joy in the work.

Can I be an Elephant? Leadership Lessons from Lasso

Can I be an Elephant? Leadership Lessons from Lasso

October 27, 2021

This is a return to the short series conversation with friends on Leadership Lessons we've taken from the show Ted Lasso. My great friend, Lynn Swaner, shares a quick take from Season 1 that most people would have missed.

”A Church Called Tov” & the work of an educator with Laura Barringer

”A Church Called Tov” & the work of an educator with Laura Barringer

October 11, 2021

This summer I had the opportunity to read "A Church Called Tov" that challenges us to rethink leadership, power, and the creation of culture in churches. What I didn't realize at the time was that a college classmate and fellow educator, Laura Barringer, was the coauthor. Therefore, in this conversation I wanted to delve into a conversation with Laura about where this book came from, what she learned, and how it might impact our work in our classrooms and schools.

I liked how she encouraged us that we should be a "people of goodness."

Check out the book here: https://www.tyndale.com/p/a-church-called-tov/9781496446008

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