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Education Leaders
Podcasts
Remote Learning

Digital Learning in 2020 and Beyond

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.
Jerri Kemble
and
Jamie Saponaro
ClassLink
Remote Learning

Learning From ClassLink’s Data

In March 2020, when schools shut down during the pandemic, students’ experiences with remote learning varied, and some media portrayals labeled it a failure. In this blog series, we will share real school experiences, along with guidance for how you can apply their success to make remote learning more effective.
Mary Batiwalla
and
Alex Poon
Education Leaders
Podcasts

eSports Have Arrived

eSports are sweeping the nation and they have been a gamechanger! Tune into this episode to hear from Chris Aviles and Nate Simons, two coaches who have brought innovative eSports programs to their schools. They talk about the setup, rigor, and positive outcomes of integrating electronic sports into their institutions.
Jerri Kemble
and
Jamie Saponaro
Education Leaders
Podcasts
Remote Learning

Left to Their Own Devices

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.
Jerri Kemble
and
Jamie Saponaro
Education Leaders
Podcasts
Remote Learning

It’s a Family Affair

In this episode, you will hear from parents, grandparents, and experts in the field to learn about the roles that extended family members are taking in this new instructional landscape.
Jerri Kemble
and
Jamie Saponaro
Education Leaders
Podcasts
Remote Learning

Internet Safety: Keeping Our Students Safe Online

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.
Jerri Kemble
and
Jamie Saponaro
Education Leaders
Podcasts

Social Justice and Cultural Responsiveness

In this episode, Ken Shelton discusses systemic racism and the tough questions educators should ask in order to make policy decisions that will disrupt racism in our schools. From standardized tests, to discipline, to the curriculum - Ken explores these issues through a thoughtful discussion.
Jerri Kemble
and
Jamie Saponaro
Education Leaders
Podcasts
Remote Learning

Wellness Circles

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.
Jerri Kemble
and
Jamie Saponaro
Education Leaders
Podcasts
Remote Learning

Psychology of the Pandemic

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?
Jerri Kemble
and
Jamie Saponaro

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