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This week, Sheryl Cababa, Vice President of Strategy at Substantial, drops by the podcast to dive into what reinventing learning and collaboration looks like through the lens of equity-centered research. Tune in as we explore and learn the significance in affirming and advancing relationships in the educational sphere.
This week Jamie and Jerri sit down with Dr. Ted Stec, a Chicago-area school superintendent, who’s sharing his insights on how to create schools that truly succeed. His message revolves around a simple yet powerful concept: connection.
Tune into this week’s LinkedUp to hear from Brantley Turner, an experienced principal with a remarkable background in education management. Join us to learn the importance of cultivating a student-centered approach that fosters critical thinking, creativity, and global citizenship.
This episode is dedicated to the concept of “Making Mattering Matter” and how it impacts our personal and professional lives. Join Jerri and Jamie as they sit down with special guest Alisha De Lorenzo to discuss the importance of feeling valued and how we can create meaning in our work and relationships.
In this episode, teachers Chelsea Patberg and Hanna Kemble—along with three elementary students and the therapy dogs Sully and Piper—share their experiences on how therapy dogs can reduce stress and anxiety and improve mental health in students.
Reimagine, redesign, and renew education. This was the theme of CoSN 2023 which also marked CoSN’s 30th Anniversary. In this episode, Jerri and Jamie sit down with Keith Krueger and Diane Doersch to gain their perspectives on education and the support CoSN provides to school districts in the form of technology and resources.
How can communities collaborate to achieve social justice? In this episode, Jerri and Jamie sit down with Ashanti D. Jones to discuss successful examples of collective action and how communities can re-envision justice. Tune in to discover how, by working together to address systemic issues, communities can re-envision what social justice looks like.
In this episode, Jerri and Jamie sit down with Ronald Reed (Founder of SXSW EDU) and Greg Rosenbaum to discuss the latest trends at SXSW EDU 2023. From personalized learning to technology integration, we dig into innovative approaches to transforming our teaching and learning.
L. K. Monroe joins the podcast to discuss Superwomanhood: the myth, the maxi, and the moxie. Sharing with Jerri and Jamie what it’s like to be a woman in leadership, L. K. opens up about the responsibility, vulnerability, and resiliency it takes to lead.
LinkedUp loves learning—and Jamie and Jerri have learned a lot from the guests in the first 100 episodes of the podcast. Celebrate the 100th episode of LinkedUp with a look back at our favorite highlights from our first 100 guests.
Higher education programs are changing the way they educate doctoral candidates! In this episode of LinkedUp, listeners are taken behind the curtain of higher education by Dr. William George and Dr. Tracy Mulvaney as they discuss the increased collaboration and “real world” approach of doctoral programs like their own at Monmouth University.
In this episode, Laura Thomas links up with Jerri and Jamie to discuss the program she’s developing for schools in the Washington, D.C. area—empowering students through connections and social-emotional learning.
In this week’s episode, Mónica Guzmán visits with Jerri and Jamie to talk about her new book “I Never Thought of It That Way,” which provides readers with a roadmap for difficult conversations between people on opposing ends of the political spectrum.
A podcast episode about educational podcasting? That’s what you’ll find in Episode 86 of LinkedUp as Jamie and Jerri sit down with Kevin Hogan, a seasoned educational journalist, and the host of The Hogan Report. Tune in for an engaging discussion on social media’s impact on education and why it’s so crucial for educators to stay connected.
In Episode 83: Building Relationships, Jerri and Jamie sit down with award-winning superintendent Susan Enfield to learn how she has been able to create a welcoming district culture and scale her passion for building authentic, meaningful relationships with every scholar in her district.
In episode 80, Jerri and Jamie link up with Kelli Huslig, a former educator who shares the lessons she brought from the schoolhouse to the coffee house when she opened her dream coffee shop right before COVID hit in 2020.
In this episode, Barbara Kurshan and Kathy Hurley join the podcast to discuss their new book InnovateHERS, digging deep into the female entrepreneurial mindset of purpose-driven women and unlocking the secret of how they rise to the top. Interviews, "aha" moments," and valuable insights from two educational entrepreneurs make this an episode you don't want to miss.
Dr. Matthew X. Joseph has a passion for focusing on students’ best interests while pushing them to achieve excellence. In this podcast, he gives valuable insights from practical leadership advice to tips for writing a book! Be prepared to be inspired by the resources he shares as well as his authenticity.
In this episode you’ll hear insights from successful edtech mentor Kathy Hurley as she shares how she became a mentor, the vital role that mentorship plays in helping women reach their goals, and some powerful quotes that served her well as she blazed a trail for women in technology.
Effective communication has been a concern for school districts for many decades. It is compounded by today’s communication tools such as texting, email, voicemail, and Zoom. In this LinkedUp Podcast, guests Miriam Altman-Reyes and Eric Daniels of Kinvolved help listeners find the communication balance needed for powerful education.
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.