Episode 48: Finding Your Fit with Dr. Larry Dake

Darrin PeppardLeaning Into Leadership

Often, aspiring leaders will jump at the first chance or opportunity to take the leap into administration. Dr. Larry Dake joins the show to share why that may not always be the best move. That, plus your #PepTalk and more on this week’s show.   MORE EPISODES

Power of a Supportive Admin

Susan JachymiakBlog, Connect Better, Lead Better, Manage Better

TL;DR: An administrator who supports teachers is powerful and can boost teachers’ confidence, growth, and excitement toward work. Supportive administrators can make teachers stay in the profession. The Power of Support I started my fourth school at my school this year, and looking back, one thing that made a difference is the power of an administrator who was right there … Read More

Season 5, Episode 13: Interview with Katie Kinder (part 2)

Charles WilliamsThe Counter Narrative Podcast

Welcome to the Counter Narrative Podcast, a show designed to change the way we talk, and think, about education. By sharing stories of successes and triumphs, we aim to challenge the dominant narrative that often negatively portrays our disenfranchised populations. I’m your host, Charles Williams. An urban educator for more than 15 years, a current school principal in Chicago, an … Read More

Season 5, Episode 11: Interview with Sandra Donaghue

Charles WilliamsThe Counter Narrative Podcast

Welcome to the Counter Narrative Podcast, a show designed to change the way we talk, and think, about education. By sharing stories of successes and triumphs, we aim to challenge the dominant narrative that often negatively portrays our disenfranchised populations. I’m your host, Charles Williams. An urban educator for more than 15 years, a current school principal in Chicago, an … Read More

Season 5, Episode 9: Interview with Trelane Clark

Charles WilliamsThe Counter Narrative Podcast

Welcome to the Counter Narrative Podcast, a show designed to change the way we talk, and think, about education. By sharing stories of successes and triumphs, we aim to challenge the dominant narrative that often negatively portrays our disenfranchised populations. I’m your host, Charles Williams. An urban educator for more than 15 years, a current school principal in Chicago, an … Read More