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.
After the remote learning experience of 2020 and 2021, and the beginning of students returning to “in person” learning, people are wondering what the “new normal” will look like for education. This podcast focuses on two educational leaders from the Education Research and Development Institute (ERDI), Jennifer Ferrari and Kimberly Markus, and their robust discussion focused on the state of the education industry.
When the internet emerged in the 1990's and educators were wondering how they might use technology in education, Kathy Schrock emerged on the scene. Kathy Schrock, a librarian, began curating websites and assisting teachers all over the world to effectively incorporate technology into the curriculum. Join us in this LinkedUp podcast to learn how Kathy has become a leader, an inspiration, and a pioneer in this field.
Holly Clark is an education thought-leader, international speaker, best-selling author, and an advocate for students. She is a twenty-plus-year educator who has spent over 15 years teaching in a 1:1 classroom and over five years as an administrator in both public and private schools, holding a master’s degree in Instructional Design and Educational Technology from Columbia University. Her passion for helping teachers create classrooms, where students want to learn and can become the agents of their own thinking and understanding, is what she talks to us about in this LinkedUp podcast.
Anytime and anywhere learning has been a goal of educators since technology entered into the education space. Educators enjoy learning when it is convenient and meaningful. Jerri Kemble and Jamie Saponaro understand the need to learn In this way, so they have teamed with ClassLink's continuous learning team to offer CEU’s and professional credit for recertification by listening to the LinkedUp Podcast. The podcast sessions have been categorized into seven themes. Listeners can listen to 3 podcasts and earn 5 CEU credit. We are excited to offer this opportunity to educators everywhere.
On this episode, two higher education administrators, Dr. Cameron McCoy, Provost at Shenandiah University in Winchester Virginia, and Dr. Michael Salvatore, Senior Vice-President at Kean University in Union New Jersey discuss the changing landscape in higher education. Dr. McCoy and Dr. Salvatore weigh in on innovations to retain students and discuss how higher education has pivoted to meet the needs of today's learners by moving away from the "Industrial Education Model" of education.
Join us for Episode 46, as Diane Doerch, Verizon Innovative Learning Schools Director of Technology, and DeWayne McClary, the Executive Director of the League of Digital Schools, share the goals and actions being taken by The Digital Promise League of Innovative Schools to bridge the digital divide.
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.
"Learning Loss" is a common and traditional term, but how can learning be lost if it was never found? This has been the situation with remote learning during the pandemic. In Episode 39, we chat with Jeff McCoy and Darcy Krause about the plans their districts are making to close learning gaps in the years to come.
Episode 36 highlights two very different education systems - Kansas City Public Schools and Al Khubairat in Abu Dhabi. Stephen Linkus and Nigel Davis join the podcast to discuss social emotional issues in education, digital equity, and the impacts of COVID in schools around the world.
Join the LinkedUp podcast for a discussion with educational leaders from around the world. We are chatting about silver linings during the global pandemic with Mark Goldhawk, Kenneth Umoh, and Christine Sipos who all share an equal love for innovative curriculum.
We are thrilled to be joined by Keith Krueger, CEO of the Consortium for School Networking, on episode 29 of the LinkedUp Podcast. CoSN's mission is to empower educational leaders to leverage technology to realize engaging learning environments. Keith has a global reputation as a key thought leader and has organized senior level U.S. delegations to visit Australia, Asia, Europe, and South America to examine best practice in ICT in education.
Join us for episode 26 of the LinkedUp Podcast to hear Naaz Modan talk about the 8 trends that are impacting schools in 2021 - ranging from teacher and student retention to new models of education. Modan is an educational reporter who spends her time talking to school leaders across the country to find key trends that will impact the educational landscape.
George Couros is an international speaker, professor, social media enthusiast, and author. He is most famous for his book, The Innovator's Mindset. In this podcast, George discusses many topics related to education - from developing that innovator's mindset, to leadership, to discussing his prior school leadership experiences.
Tune in to episode 20 of the LinkedUp Breaking Boundaries in Education podcast as Jackie Nesi, Assistant Professor at Brown University, discusses the role of social media in adolescents' peer relationships and mental health. Dr. Nesi is passionate about understanding how social media use influences mental health, to better be able to identify and intervene with youth most at risk.
Make sure to listen in on episode 19 of the @LinkedUp Podcast to hear Kristin Martinez discuss the essential components of teletherapy. She breaks down how these virtual services can work to effectively meet the needs of your students.
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.
LinkedUp goes international for this episode. Join us for a conversation on the global impact COVID has had on schools and families. We discuss the issues education leaders have had to overcome as they work to teach students around the world.
In this episode, listen in as we talk with Renee Lopez, a twenty-year coaching veteran, about how guidance counselors, coaches, and student-athletes can navigate scholarship applications and the recruiting process during COVID.
In this podcast, George Perreault shares his experience of having been the Instructional Technology Director for the 10th largest school district in the country. George outlines the need for digital learning in face-to-face, remote learning, and hybrid learning environments.
In this insightful episode, Digital Sociologist, Dr. Julie Albright discusses the unseen opportunities in digital infrastructure. She expands upon how our educational system plays a role in empowering young people and the rapid innovations in education technology.
In this episode, Paula Henderson, Matt Lara, Folake Oshodi, and Rueben Lara join the LinkedUp Podcast to chat about the roles that extended family members are taking in this new instructional landscape. You will hear from parents, grandparents, and experts in the field to learn about their successes, challenges, and tips for remote learning.
In this episode, Gretchen Thompson, the Regional VP of Sales for Gaggle, speaks upon both the upsides and downsides of students spending more of their educational time online. She provides tips to help parents keep their children safe during remote learning and emphasizes the importance of student data privacy.
In our debut podcast, the conversation is focused on the challenges that school leaders grapple with as they plan their 20-21 re-entry to school. What are the barriers and considerations that keep administrators up at night? We chat with 4 school leaders to get their perspectives.