Jason Habisch chats with us about taking care of yourself, being a part of a championship team, and recruiting your own board of advisors. Jason talks about the power of reflection, leaning into a challenge and learning from it, and explains why it’s not what you know, or who you know, but both. Episode Highlights 3:11 – Chatting about our … Read More
91: Just A Dreamer – Amanda Fox shares how we need to really think through the problems we’re trying to solve, and why you should surround yourself with dreamers.
Author, speaker, and dreamer, Amanda Fox, chats with us about the importance of recalibrating after a failure, building relationships for the foundation of how we help students, and how to make sure technology is for our students, not just us. Amanda talks us through AR and VR in education, how we need to really think through the problems we’re … Read More
90: Rethink Everything – Stefanie Crawford chats about gamification, knowing you’re good enough, and rethinking everything about education.
Stefanie Crawford chats with us about gamification, knowing that you’re good enough, and being okay with asking for help. Stefanie discusses the importance of building a PLN and actually utilizing it, how your role is bigger than your title, and why she is excited for the rethinking of the traditional school model. Episode Highlights 1:51 – Highlighting podcasts you … Read More
69: Building Heroes- Bruce and Erin Umpstead chat with us about helping students see that . they’re on a hero’s journey, and working together to find The Great American Epic.
Brother/Sister duo, Bruce and Erin Umpstead, join us to chat about blending the classics with progressive movements, allowing students to experience life through reflection, and showing kids that they are each on a hero’s journey. Erin and Bruce share a look into their “Great American Epic” project, how they have been podcasting with students, and why we should look to … Read More
67: Physical Literacy – Michael Jennings chats with us about giving our students more movement tools in their movement toolbox.
Physical education teacher, Michael Jennings chats with us about giving our students more movement tools in their movement toolbox, teaching the whole child, and the importance of truly loving what you do. Michael shares why he believes physical literacy is so important beyond just a grade, how he has worked to be more than “just a P.E. teacher,” and why … Read More