Project Feature: Sustainability Summit

Natalie Vardabasso#EduCrush Podcast

  This week a passionate teacher team talks about taking bold steps to innovate in their own classrooms to give students hope through a project they called the Sustainability Summit. Charlotte Nixon, Mark Schuegraf and Neil Frail bring their experience and expertise together to form an audacious team taking on an ambitious project.   Charlotte on Instagram: @C.jnixon Email the … Read More

Leading Adult Learners with a Lens of Inquiry (w Jessica Vance)

Natalie Vardabasso#EduCrush Podcast

How might school leaders apply inquiry-based learning in their work? If we know that inquiry can inspire curiosity, connections, and agency for our students, how might it transform the professional learning culture of a school? Jessica Vance is an Enrichment and Environment Coordinator in Austin, Texas, and author of the newly released book, “Leading with a Lens of Inquiry: Cultivating … Read More

Cultivating Education in a Correctional Facility (w Dawn Matthews-Nichols)

Natalie Vardabasso#EduCrush Podcast

Have you ever wondered if one of your students is capable of murder? Well, what if you knew that your entire class had committed violent crimes,? How would you build a positive classroom culture with that knowledge? Dawn Matthews-Nichols has been teaching since 1987 in a variety of settings with “emotionally disturbed” youth. She’s seen education from the margins and … Read More

Reimagine Place as Pedagogy with Dr. Kelly Cerialo

Lindsay LyonsTime for Teachership Podcast

In this episode of the Time for Teachership Podcast, I am talking with Dr. Kelly Cerialo, an Associate Professor and Program Coordinator in the Business and Hospitality Department at Paul Smith’s College.⁠ ⁠ The model that Dr. Cerialo’s school focuses on is innovative experiential learning. Place-based learning is what inspires the current study abroad program at the college. Because the … Read More

44 – Identity-Affirming Curriculum for Black Youth (w Kaya Henderson)

Natalie Vardabasso#EduCrush Podcast

Traditional curriculum does not situate Black youth in a positive light and Kaya Henderson is on a quest to do something about it. Kaya is perhaps best known for serving as Chancellor of DC Public Schools from 2010-2016 and as the co-host of “Pod Save the People” podcast. Now, she is the co-founder and CEO of Reconstruction, a technology company … Read More