67: Physical Literacy – Michael Jennings chats with us about giving our students more movement tools in their movement toolbox.

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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

66: Culture and Creativity – Kelly Croy discusses why we need to focus on creation over consumption, and how good and bad days all come down to a cultural experience.

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Director of Innovation and Instruction, Author, and the host of the Wired Educator Podcast, Kelly Croy, chats with us about his 28 years in education, why he believes in inspiration, and how good days and bad days all come down to a cultural experience. Kelly discusses why we need to focus on creation over consumption, gives us a preview of … Read More

64: We all have to shine. – Jeffrey Austin shares why he had to completely ditch everything he was doing, how powerful really meaningful, personalized, timely feedback can be to a student, and why we all need to shine.

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World Humanities teach, Writing Center Director, and English Department Chair, Jeffrey Austin, chats with us about getting students passionate about reading and writing, building the Skyline Writing Center, and why equity and inclusion are his biggest priority. Jeffrey shares why he had to completely ditch everything he was doing, how powerful really meaningful, personalized, timely feedback can be to a … Read More

63: Find Your Frosty Moment – Don Epps chats about building a connection with your community, and why you need to find your “Frosty Moment.”

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Middle school principal, Don Epps, chats with us about building a connection with your community, getting uncomfortable in order to grow, and why you need to find your “Frosty Moment.” Don shares his journey into creating morning videos to spread positivity, why relationships are so important, and how you can be the best “you” you can be. Episode Highlights 0:36 … Read More

62: Improvise, adapt, and overcome – Seamus O’Hara talks about never being satisfied, not being afraid to fail, and how we can be better.

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 14 year veteran teacher, and host of the EdPop Podcast, Seamus O’Hara, chats with us about his unique podcast format, why he believes we get stuck in being afraid to change, and the power of appreciation. Seamus talks about never being satisfied, not being afraid to fail, and how we can be better. Episode Highlights 0:32 – Shoutout to … Read More