Watch or listen to three of our LinkedUp: Breaking Boundaries in Education podcasts from this themed choice board for 0.5 of CEU credit. Simply submit this form, once completed.
Podcasting from the historical Asbury Park on the Jersey Shore, Jamie and Jerri talk with three iconic education technology leaders: Kathy Hurley, Lisa Schmucki, and Anne McMullan. These three women have blazed a trail in education technology implementation. This podcast contains a treasure trove of advice on leadership, collaboration, and finding success.
This last year has been one of change and transition. In this podcast, our LinkedUp co-hosts discuss starting a brand new podcast In a pandemic without ever meeting in person. This anniversary podcast highlights their reason for starting LinkedUp, the incredible guests they have interviewed and some exciting news about the LinkedUp Podcast’s roadmap with exciting and new opportunities for educators.
Schools and districts have worked for years to find ways to engage with parents in a meaningful and relevant way. Join us for Episode 44 as we chat with Laura Gilchrist about new and innovative forms of parent communication that can change the educational landscape.
Schools turn to Classroom Champions for inspiring Social and Emotional Learning (SEL) curriculum and mentorship programs to improve engagement, build growth mindsets, and inspire positive classroom culture. Grace Dafoe joins us on the podcast to share all the details about Classroom Champions.
Join us for Episode 27 as we chat with Hans Appel about what it means to create an award-winning culture and how to lead with kindness. Appel is an educator, speaker, and writer deeply committed to inspiring the whole child. Additionally, he's the Director of Culture for the Teach Better Team.
In celebration of National Mentor Day, co-hosts Jamie Saponaro and Jerri Kemble, invite their mentors to discuss the magic of empowerment through mentoring. Guests, Dr. Rick Doll and Laura Scott explore the qualities of good mentorship and the importance of building relationships and positive work cultures.
Thomas Murray serves as the Director of Innovation for Future Ready Schools, a project of the Alliance for Excellent Education. In this podcast, Tom discusses how to prepare schools to be future ready and how to create a personal and authentic educational environment for students and staff.