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This week, Jamie and Jerri sit down with special guest Deb Dunstone! Joining the podcast from New Zealand, Deb shares strategies for bringing the magic back to learning and nurturing student agency.
Join Jerri and Jamie in this week’s episode as they talk "getting unstuck" through the Innovator’s Mindset with three inspiring creators. For educators who aim to foster innovation, social-emotional learning, and visible thinking in their classrooms, this episode is for you!
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.
This episode explores practical ways teachers can take care of themselves and prevent burnout. Listeners will learn tips and strategies for avoiding burnout from educator and author Mandy Froehlich, who shares her insights on how to prioritize self-care and maintain your well-being while fulfilling your role as an educator.
In this episode, Rodney Salomon and Mychal Mills, co-founders of Konscious Youth Development and Service (KYDS,) join Jerri and Jamie to discuss how they are working with New Jersey communities to bring about healing, wellness and a transformation for students affected by trauma.
Athletes face opponents in every sport, but there is a hidden opponent that is seldom discussed. This week on LinkedUp our guest, Leeann Passaro—a teacher, coach, former college athlete, and Chief Operating Officer of The Hidden Opponent—discusses the stigma attached to athlete mental health and how to break it.
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.
International Dot Day is celebrating its 20th anniversary on September 15! Peter Reynolds, renowned author of “The Dot,” joins Jerri and Jamie in this episode to share inside information on how Dot Day originated and how schools and others can get involved.
What do you do when you can’t trust your inner voice? First diagnosed with depression and anxiety at age 23, Christine Ravesi-Weinstein is no stranger to fighting with her inner voice. In this episode, she shares the deeply personal and powerful story of her battle with depression and anxiety and her journey to mental wellness.
In episode 54 of the LinkedUp podcast, Dr. Janet Gullickson, President of Germanna Community College, Locust Grove, VA, discusses the innovative disruptions that have happened in higher education. Germanna is not only talking the talk, they are walking the walk and ensuring students are at the center of all education. Dr. Gullickson is a pioneer in leading change and Germanna is making a positive change in the lives of their students.
On episode 49, Mallory Jacobs and Hanna Kemble, two recognized leaders in school counseling, discuss building relationships and working with students on social-emotional skills. They reflect on their learnings from the recent National School Counseling Conference in Las Vegas. In addition, they discuss overarching topics in the counseling world and share with listeners some of their favorite tips for working with staff and students on their social and emotional needs. Hanna and Mallory are full of energy and they share many great ideas, you will not want to miss this podcast.
Green screens have been around in the movie industry for years. Today, educators have access to green screen technology that is easy to use in the classroom! On Episode 41, we bring on two green screen experts, Gustave Karagrozis and Erika Sandstrom to chat about how to use this powerful learning tool.
Liz Hamor will say that her work isn't just her passion, it's her calling. After earning a Master's degree in ESOL and Bilingual education from Kansas State University, she taught in low-income schools in Emporia, KS, and San Antonio, TX. This Spring she is transitioning out of her Chapter Director role within GLSEN Kansas to focus on her leadership consulting business, Center of Daring. Tune in to the podcast as Liz discusses how to find your courage and how to empower and support folks who are ready to be a catalyst in their communities.
Evan Whitehead is a seasoned educator that has worked in special education, career and technology education, and administration. In this podcast, we discuss "The Three B's" - Balance, Boundaries, and Breaks. Evan connects these to teacher wellness, transitioning back to school in the pandemic, and the servant mindset.
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 episode 21 of the LinkedUp podcast, you will meet school leader Jamie Brown who has worked to embed 'character education' in school curriculum while empowering students to lead the charge. Character education is a learning process that enables students and adults in a school community to understand, care about, and act on core ethical values such as respect, justice, civic virtue, and responsibility for self and others.
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.
In 2020, self-care became a key topic as people worked through the pandemic and adjusted to the "new normal". As we turn the calendar to 2021, self-care is still as important as ever before. This podcast provides listeners with three powerful ideas on how to recharge their batteries and thrive in the new year.
We have been working through the challenges of educating students during a pandemic for eight months. While there have been many difficulties and concerns, many teachers are finding creative solutions to meet the needs of their students.
In this podcast, Dr. Jill Siler, the Superintendent of Gunter ISD since 2012, provides enthusiasm, expertise, and empowering ideas surrounding the many challenges our educators are facing during the pandemic. Listen and gain some strategies to help you power through these tough times.
Long Branch School District in New Jersey has been preparing for two years to support staff and students in times of crisis. When the COVID pandemic arrived, they were trained and ready to support staff and students. Listen in to hear how Nikkia Blair, school social worker and professional life coach, led 'Wellness Circles' to provide a safe place for staff to mentally prepare for the return to school.
Three seasoned educators who specialize in childhood behavior discuss the psychology of the pandemic and how to build powerful relationships in a virtual world. What signs of trauma and factors do we need to look for in our students, teachers, and all stakeholders during this time?