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Sep 27, 2021

In this 209th episode of The Wired Educator Podcast, Kevin Honeycutt and I talk about the courage of teachers making a difference, the importance of creativity, why educators must build strong relationships with parents, and so much more.

Kevin Honeycutt is a technology integrationist, staff developer and keynote speaker  from Colorado Springs. He spent 13 years teaching K-12 art. Since then hes spent 17+ years becoming a presenter and change maker with worldwide reach. With his live presentations limited by the pandemic, he pivoted and brought his focus to bear largely online. Now he's back out there and thrilled to be back in the “live” inspiration game. He's an art teacher, musician, former school board member and published author as well as an an Apple Distinguished Educator who received the Making It Happen Award for his tech leadership in the classroom. Through all of his networks and associations he communicates with over 100,000 people each day.

Mentioned in this interview: 

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Learn more about Kevin and follow his work with these links: 

http://kevinhoneycutt.org
https://twitter.com/kevinhoneycutt
https://www.instagram.com/kevin_honeycutt 
https://www.facebook.com/kevin.honeycutt/ 
https://www.linkedin.com/in/kevinhoneycutt/
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Sign-up for Kelly’s newsletter here. Kelly Croy is an author, speaker, and educator. If you’d like to learn more about Kelly or invite him to your school or conference to speak please send him an email.  Subscribe to The Wired Educator Podcast with 209 episodes of interviews and professional development. • Visit Kelly’s website at www.KellyCroy.com. • Looking for a dynamic speaker for your school’s opening day? • Consider Kelly Croy at www.KellyCroy.com • Order Kelly’s books, Along Came a Leaderand Unthink Before Bed: A Children’s Book on Mindfulness for your personal library. • Follow Kelly Croy on Facebook.  • Follow Kelly Croy on Twitter.  •  Follow Kelly Croy on Instagram 

 

 

Aug 31, 2021

Vanquish the Myth of The Digital Native Learner: What Every Educator Needs to Know About Teaching and Learning with Technology!

In this 208th episode of The Wired Educator Podcast I share what every educator needs to know about teaching and learning with technology. 

Click here to listen to this episode. 

In this episode Kelly presents solutions to many of the challenges and obstacles teachers and school districts face when implementing good instructional practice with technology. Our problems are never really about funding, the number of devices, the WiFi, professional learning, nor the devices themselves, but rather the correct mindset, culture and practice needed. 

This episode addresses the following questions: 

What do we do to counter and correct the myth that students know how to use technology to learn?

What kind of environment do we need to create in our classrooms about learning with technology?

What should the culture of our schools be with technology?

What should we really be teaching students do with technology?

How should we approach professional learning?

What can a school learn from a hospital about the use of technology?

What is permanent beta and why should I embrace it as my teaching philosophy?

And more!

You are going to love this episode. Be sure to leave a review and share it out. 

A Big Thank-You to our sponsor www.Planbook.com - Enter code "Wired" at sign-up

Planbook has been the established leader in online lesson planning since 2010, offering collaborative lesson sharing, flexible administrator access, and even student view tools for just $15 a year. Using Planbook, educators can build customized school years, classes, and lessons 100% online, directly inputting class materials and up-to-date standards from all over the world. Enter code "Wired" at sign-up to join over 800,000 Planbook teachers today and get your first year for only $5!

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Invite Kelly to be your opening day speaker at your school, lead a leadership workshop, or share his What Everyone Needs to Know About Bullying presentation here. www.kellycroy.com

This link will take you to ALL of Kelly’s social media: https://linktr.ee/kellycroy

Sign-up for Kelly’s newsletter here. Kelly Croy is an author, speaker, and educator. If you’d like to learn more about Kelly or invite him to your school or conference to speak please send him an email.  Subscribe to The Wired Educator Podcast with 207 episodes of interviews and professional development. • Visit Kelly’s website at www.KellyCroy.com. • Looking for a dynamic speaker for your school’s opening day? • Consider Kelly Croy at www.KellyCroy.com • Order Kelly’s books, Along Came a Leaderand Unthink Before Bed: A Children’s Book on Mindfulness for your personal library. • Follow Kelly Croy on Facebook.  • Follow Kelly Croy on Twitter.  •  Follow Kelly Croy on Instagram 

 

Aug 30, 2021

In this 207th episode of The Wired Educator Podcast, I interview Evan Robb, the author of The Ten Minute Principal, Team Makers and more! Evan and I talk about literacy, leadership, culture and more. I learned so much and I know you will too. 

Click here to listen to my interview with Evan Robb. 

Evan Robb is presently Principal of Johnson-Williams Middle School in Berryville, Virginia. He has served for more than twenty years as a building level principal. Prior to being a school principal, he was an English teacher, department chair, and Assistant Principal. Evan is a recipient of the Horace Mann Educator of the Year Award. In addition, the NCTE Commission on Reading selected him to serve on its national board.

A TEDx Speaker, Evan presents inspirational keynotes, workshops, and webinars on leadership, mindset, culture, impactful change, and how to improve literacy in schools. Evan has shared his ideas with thousands of educators at workshops across the United States and in other countries.

His first book, The Principal’s Leadership Sourcebook: Practices, Tools, and Strategies for Building a Thriving School Community was published by Scholastic in the fall of 2007. His next book, The Ten- Minute Principal, was published by Corwin in May 2019. Evan Robb and Laura Robb collaborated with Dave Burgess Publishing to write, Team Makers, published in August of 2019. In addition, Evan partnered with Laura Robb to write, A School Full of Readers, with Benchmark Education, published in January, 2020.

Evan has been named one of the top 25 educational leaders to follow on Twitter. Scholastic EDU also named Evan one of the 10 educators to follow on Twitter. Evan was recently named one of the 10 most inspiring global thought leaders for 2020.

Mentioned in this episode: 

Planbook.com: Our sponsor and the leader in online lesson planning and collaboration. Enter code WIRED for The Wired Educator special discount.

Links to Evan's websites:

Learn more about Evan: https://about.me/evanrobb

Evan's website: https://robbcommunications.com/

Evan's blog: https://therobbreviewblog.com/

Evan's books: 

A Big Thank-You to our sponsor www.Planbook.com - Enter code "Wired" at sign-up

Planbook has been the established leader in online lesson planning since 2010, offering collaborative lesson sharing, flexible administrator access, and even student view tools for just $15 a year. Using Planbook, educators can build customized school years, classes, and lessons 100% online, directly inputting class materials and up-to-date standards from all over the world. Enter code "Wired" at sign-up to join over 800,000 Planbook teachers today and get your first year for only $5!

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Invite Kelly to be your opening day speaker at your school, lead a leadership workshop, or share his What Everyone Needs to Know About Bullying presentation here. www.kellycroy.com

This link will take you to ALL of Kelly’s social media: https://linktr.ee/kellycroy

Sign-up for Kelly’s newsletter here. Kelly Croy is an author, speaker, and educator. If you’d like to learn more about Kelly or invite him to your school or conference to speak please send him an email.  Subscribe to The Wired Educator Podcast with 207 episodes of interviews and professional development. • Visit Kelly’s website at www.KellyCroy.com. • Looking for a dynamic speaker for your school’s opening day? • Consider Kelly Croy at www.KellyCroy.com • Order Kelly’s books, Along Came a Leaderand Unthink Before Bed: A Children’s Book on Mindfulness for your personal library. • Follow Kelly Croy on Facebook.  • Follow Kelly Croy on Twitter.  •  Follow Kelly Croy on Instagram 

 

Aug 17, 2021

In this episode of The Wired Educator Podcast, I have the privilege of interviewing one of my all-time educational heroes, Rick Wormeli. He's the Mick Jagger of Education. He tackles the big questions in education and explores every strategy and method and puts it to the test. He will make you laugh. He will make you think. He will challenge the way teach. He'll inspire you in so many ways! Rick isn't just a legend, he's one of the most authentic voices in education. We dive in so many areas including assessments, grading, rubrics, literacy, preparing for the new year, starting new initiatives and more.  I think think this may be the greatest interview with Rick ever recorded but I am biased. Buckle up.

Click here to listen to this interview with Rick Wormeli on The Wired Educator Podcast. 

One of the first Nationally Board Certified teachers in America, Rick brings innovation, energy, validity and high standards to both his presentations and his instructional practice, which include 39 years teaching math, science, English, physical education, health, and history, as well as coaching teachers and principals. Rick's work has been reported in numerous media, including ABC's Good Morning America, Hardball with Chris Matthews, National Geographic and Good Housekeeping magazines, What Matters Most: Teaching for the 21st Century, and the Washington Post. He is a columnist for AMLE Magazine and a frequent contributor to ASCD's Education Leadership magazine. He is the author of the award-winning book Meet Me in the Middle as well as the best-selling books Day One and Beyond, Fair Isn't Always Equal: Assessment and Grading in the Differentiated Classroom (Second Edition), Differentiation: From Planning to Practice and Metaphors & Analogies: Power Tools for Teaching any Subject, all five from Stenhouse Publishers, as well as Summarization in any Subject: 60 Innovative and Tech-Infused Strategies for Deeper Student Learning (releasing in fall 2018) published by ASCD.  His book, The Collected Writings (So Far) of Rick Wormeli: Crazy Good Stuff I Learned about Teaching Along the Way, is collection of his published articles, guest blogs and more through 2013. His classroom practice is a showcase for ASCD's best-selling series, At Work in the Differentiated Classroom.

With his substantive presentations, sense of humor and unconventional approaches, he has been asked to present to teachers and administrators in all 50 states, Canada, China, Europe, Thailand, Japan, Vietnam, Korea, Australia the Middle East, and at the White House. He is a seasoned veteran of many international webcasts, and he is Disney's American Teacher Awards 1996 Outstanding English Teacher of the Nation. He won the 2008 James P. Garvin award from the New England League of Middle Schools for Teaching Excellence, Service and Leadership, and he has been a consultant for National Public Radio, USA Today, Court TV and the Smithsonian Institution's Natural Partners Program and their search for the giant squid. Rick lives in Herndon, Virginia, with his wife, Kelly, and both are proud of recently launching the last of their children into adulthood. With the kids' college years now behind them, Rick and Kelly are now eagerly spending their childrens' inheritance while Rick works on his first young adult fiction novel and a new book on changing the culture of a school for ethical grading practices.

Mentioned in this episode:

Please support our sponsor: www.PlanBook.com

Rick's website: www.rockwormeli.com

Some of my favorite Rick Wormeli book:

Fair Isn't Always Equal: Assessment and Grading in the Differentiated Classroom

The Collected Writings (so far): Crazy Good Stuff I've Learned About Teaching Along the Way of Rick Wormeli

A Big Thank-You to our sponsor www.Planbook.com - Enter code "Wired" at sign-up

Planbook has been the established leader in online lesson planning since 2010, offering collaborative lesson sharing, flexible administrator access, and even student view tools for just $15 a year. Using Planbook, educators can build customized school years, classes, and lessons 100% online, directly inputting class materials and up-to-date standards from all over the world. Enter code "Wired" at sign-up to join over 800,000 Planbook teachers today and get your first year for only $5!

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Invite Kelly to be your opening day speaker at your school, lead a leadership workshop, or share his What Everyone Needs to Know About Bullying presentation here. www.kellycroy.com

This link will take you to ALL of Kelly’s social media: https://linktr.ee/kellycroy

Sign-up for Kelly’s newsletter here. Kelly Croy is an author, speaker, and educator. If you’d like to learn more about Kelly or invite him to your school or conference to speak please send him an email.  Subscribe to The Wired Educator Podcast with 206 episodes of interviews and professional development. • Visit Kelly’s website at www.KellyCroy.com. • Looking for a dynamic speaker for your school’s opening day? • Consider Kelly Croy at www.KellyCroy.com • Order Kelly’s books, Along Came a Leaderand Unthink Before Bed: A Children’s Book on Mindfulness for your personal library. • Follow Kelly Croy on Facebook.  • Follow Kelly Croy on Twitter.  •  Follow Kelly Croy on Instagram 

 

 

Aug 3, 2021

Personal Leadership an interview with President Jim Tressel.

This is the Wired Educator Podcast, Episode 205 "Personal Leadership" an Interview with President Jim Tressel. Jim Tressel is one of my all-time heroes. I admire him for his faith, his character, his success on the football field as a coach, and as an academic leader as President of Youngstown State University. In this episode we focus primarily on academics. (I snuck in a couple football questions. They're good ones.) I really want to focus on what is it what it takes to be a great educational leader, especially a college president, how can we help students better prepare for college, his advice to teachers, students and administrators as we head back to school, and of course how we can each become better leaders. Jim’s character and Integrity shines through as always. I love this interview. You will too. 

Click here to listen to Episode 205 "Personal Leadership" an Interview with President Jim Tressel on The Wired Educator Podcast.

James P. Tressel became the ninth president of Youngstown State University in 2014 and has been busy moving the campus forward on many fronts ever since.

Under President Tressel’s leadership, enrollment increased for the first time in five years, the academic quality of freshmen classes has continued upward, student retention is up and the university has solidly focused on student success - graduating on time, with little or no debt and with a job.  In addition, the university is hitting record fund-raising levels, keeping the lid on tuition costs, expanding scholarship opportunities and increasing both university and private housing options across campus.

Prior to becoming YSU president, Tressel was executive vice president for Student Success at the University of Akron, head football coach at Ohio State University (winning the national championship in 2002) and head football coach and executive director of Intercollegiate Athletics at YSU (winning four national championships).

Mentioned in this Episode: 

Youngstown State University

Order a copy of Jim's book The Winner's Manual: For The Game of Life

A Big Thank-You to our sponsor www.Planbook.com - Enter code "Wired" at sign-up

Planbook has been the established leader in online lesson planning since 2010, offering collaborative lesson sharing, flexible administrator access, and even student view tools for just $15 a year. Using Planbook, educators can build customized school years, classes, and lessons 100% online, directly inputting class materials and up-to-date standards from all over the world. Enter code "Wired" at sign-up to join over 800,000 Planbook teachers today and get your first year for only $5!

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Invite Kelly to be your opening day speaker at your school, lead a leadership workshop, or share his What Everyone Needs to Know About Bullying presentation here. www.kellycroy.com

This link will take you to ALL of Kelly’s social media: https://linktr.ee/kellycroy

Sign-up for Kelly’s newsletter here. Kelly Croy is an author, speaker, and educator. If you’d like to learn more about Kelly or invite him to your school or conference to speak please send him an email.  Subscribe to The Wired Educator Podcast with 202 episodes of interviews and professional development. • Visit Kelly’s website at www.KellyCroy.com. • Looking for a dynamic speaker for your school’s opening day? • Consider Kelly Croy at www.KellyCroy.com • Order Kelly’s books, Along Came a Leaderand Unthink Before Bed: A Children’s Book on Mindfulness for your personal library. • Follow Kelly Croy on Facebook.  • Follow Kelly Croy on Twitter.  •  Follow Kelly Croy on Instagram 

 

 

Jul 30, 2021

WEP 204: Educate the Heart an Interview with Jennifer Lee Quattrucci

In this episode of The Wired Educator Podcast, I interview Jennifer Lee Quattrucci on her passion for books, her path to becoming a principal and the publication of her amazing book, Educate the Heart. Jennifer is the MommyTeacherFashionista on social media, and we talk all about her amazing influence on social media as well. Jennifer is a fun, focused and fantastic educator! She is one of my favorite EDU follows on social media. Her content is always so relevant, helpful and fun. I think she is super cool and inspiring, and I love her book Educate the Heart. You will too. You are going to love this interview.

Jennifer Lee Quattrucci is an aspiring principal, and a K-12 educator in the inner city of Providence, Rhode Island for the past 26 years. She is a relentless advocate of equity, inclusion, and authenticity being taught at an early age. Jennifer’s passion is seen in her deep commitment to creating, researching, and sharing educational experiences that support the social emotional well-being of children. Jennifer is also the author of the best selling book, Educate the Heart: Screen-Free Activities for Grades PreK-6 to Inspire Authentic Learning available online at both Amazon and Barnes and Noble.

Mentioned in this episode: 

Order a copy of Jennifer's book Educate the Heart: Screen-Free Activities for Grades PreK-6 to Inspire Authentic Learning
 
Click here to follow Jennifer on Instagram.
 
Click here to follow Jennifer on Twitter
 
Visit Jennifer's Link Tree of all her social media links: https://linktr.ee/mommyteacherfashionista
 
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Invite Kelly to be your opening day speaker at your school, lead a leadership workshop, or share his What Everyone Needs to Know About Bullying presentation here. www.kellycroy.com

This link will take you to ALL of Kelly’s social media: https://linktr.ee/kellycroy

Sign-up for Kelly’s newsletter here. Kelly Croy is an author, speaker, and educator. If you’d like to learn more about Kelly or invite him to your school or conference to speak please send him an email.  Subscribe to The Wired Educator Podcast with 204 episodes of interviews and professional development. • Visit Kelly’s website at www.KellyCroy.com. • Looking for a dynamic speaker for your school’s opening day? • Consider Kelly Croy at www.KellyCroy.com • Order Kelly’s books, Along Came a Leaderand Unthink Before Bed: A Children’s Book on Mindfulness for your personal library. • Follow Kelly Croy on Facebook.  • Follow Kelly Croy on Twitter.  •  Follow Kelly Croy on Instagram 

 

Jul 21, 2021
In this episode I have an amazing conversation with Dan Butler about his new book, Permission to be Great, which discusses educator burnout, educator engagement, and successful school cultures. It is one of the best leadership books on improving school culture I have ever read. Dan and I have an incredible conversation. This interview is pure gold.
 
Click here to listen to this episode with Dan. Listen to learn how you could win a copy of Dan's book.
 

Dan Butler serves as the principal of Epworth Elementary School in the Western Dubuque Community School District. Previously, he was the principal of Epworth and Farley Elementary Schools simultaneously for four years focusing on positive relationships with all members of the learning community, high impact instructional techniques, building leadership capacity in others, and establishing successful school cultures. Prior to serving as an administrator, Dan taught third and fifth grades in the Western Dubuque District, as well as serving as a baseball and football coach. In addition to his responsibilities as a building principal, Dan works as an adjunct professor in the Educational Leadership department at the University of Northern Iowa where he earned his doctoral degree.

Dan has received numerous awards and most recently was recognized as a finalist for the School Administrators of Iowa Elementary Principal of the year in 2019 and 2020. He received the University of Northern Iowa Educational Leadership Legacy award in 2018 and was a 2017 bizTimes.biz Rising Star in the Dubuque area. For more than six years, Dan served as a co-moderator of Iowa Educational Chat (#IAedchat), a weekly Twitter forum dedicated to the latest trends in education. He recently published his first book, Permission to be Great and has published various articles to Principal Magazine focused on digital leadershipliteracyproductivity, and educator engagement. Dan and his wife, Johna reside in Iowa with their sons, Mason and Nolan.

 
Mentioned in this episode: 
 
Grab a copy of Dan's new book, Permission to be Great: Increasing Engagement in Your School.
 
Dan's website danpbutler.com
Follow him on Twitter: @danpbutler.
 
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Invite Kelly to be your opening day speaker at your school, lead a leadership workshop, or share his What Everyone Needs to Know About Bullying presentation here. www.kellycroy.com

This link will take you to ALL of Kelly’s social media: https://linktr.ee/kellycroy

Sign-up for Kelly’s newsletter here. Kelly Croy is an author, speaker, and educator. If you’d like to learn more about Kelly or invite him to your school or conference to speak please send him an email.  Subscribe to The Wired Educator Podcast with 203 episodes of interviews and professional development. • Visit Kelly’s website at www.KellyCroy.com. • Looking for a dynamic speaker for your school’s opening day? • Consider Kelly Croy at www.KellyCroy.com • Order Kelly’s books, Along Came a Leaderand Unthink Before Bed: A Children’s Book on Mindfulness for your personal library. • Follow Kelly Croy on Facebook.  • Follow Kelly Croy on Twitter.  •  Follow Kelly Croy on Instagram 

 

 
 
Jul 8, 2021

In this episode of The Wired Educator Podcast, I interview Chad Dumas. Chad is the author of an exciting and extremely helpful new book titled Let’s put the C in PLC. It’s all about professional learning communities. This is one of the deepest interviews in content I think I’ve ever had. Chad is absolutely brilliant and he tells you everything you need to know to get started with a professional learning community or take the one you already have to an entirely new level. I’m even going to tell you how you can win a copy of Chad‘s book in this interview.

Chad Dumas, author of Let’s put the C in PLC: A Practical Guide for School Leaders

Chad Dumas is a Solution Tree associate and international educational consultant, presenter, and award-winning researcher whose primary focus is collaborating to develop capacity for continuous improvement. With over two decades of successful leadership experience, Chad has led significant improvements for both students and staff. He shares his research and knowledge in his new books, Let’s Put the C in PLC and An Action Guide to Put the C in PLC, and consulting that includes research, stories, hands-on tools, useful knowledge, and practical skills. For more information, or to reach Chad, visit www.NextLearningSolutions.com

Chad's website: www.NextLearningSolutions.com

Chad's book: Let’s put the C in PLC: A Practical Guide for School Leaders

Chad's book: An Action Guide to Put the C in PLC

Invite Kelly to be your opening day speaker at your school, lead a leadership workshop, or share his What Everyone Needs to Know About Bullying presentation here. www.kellycroy.com

This link will take you to ALL of Kelly’s social media: https://linktr.ee/kellycroy

Sign-up for Kelly’s newsletter here. Kelly Croy is an author, speaker, and educator. If you’d like to learn more about Kelly or invite him to your school or conference to speak please send him an email.  Subscribe to The Wired Educator Podcast with 202 episodes of interviews and professional development. • Visit Kelly’s website at www.KellyCroy.com. • Looking for a dynamic speaker for your school’s opening day? • Consider Kelly Croy at www.KellyCroy.com • Order Kelly’s books, Along Came a Leaderand Unthink Before Bed: A Children’s Book on Mindfulness for your personal library. • Follow Kelly Croy on Facebook.  • Follow Kelly Croy on Twitter.  •  Follow Kelly Croy on Instagram 

 

Jul 2, 2021

In this episode, I interview with Vernon Wright. He's an educational leader, speaker and entrepreneur.  We Have a great conversation about connection, leadership, and the importance of lifting others up.  I titled this episode the "The Zero Apology Zone because that is one o Vernon’s brands, but also because apologizing is something I personally do too much of. I really enjoyed this conversation with Vernon and I know you will too.

This episode will lift you up and leave you feeling great. Vernon has a wonderful way of connecting with others and making them feel awesome. That’s actually how I found Vernon. Do you know how some people are super stingy with their likes and hearts on social media? Well, not Vernon. He is someone who’s awesome to connect with because he understands the importance I’ve lifting people up. He makes me a better human. I love the wisdom he drops on this episode. I love the way I feel when I talk with him.

Vernon Wright is an entrepreneur, speaker, life coach, and consultant. He has over 15 years of experience in education working in large, urban school districts and has previously served in the roles of teacher, teacher leader, campus leadership team member, and district-level support.

Vernon has shared his experiences as a speaker numerous times over the years at the campus, district, regional, state levels, and beyond garnering acclaim and accolades from recognized industry leaders and colleagues. He has even impacted educators on a global scale with his message reaching people from afar including Croatia, Qatar, India, and Africa through the Global Ed Tech Academy sponsored by Microsoft EDU and CUE Inc. 

Vernon has brought his unique style and combination of insight, storytelling, experience, humor, authenticity, and epiphanies to audiences for years.  He knows that real change begins when we’re engaged in learning and within our hearts are committed to creating a vision for future impact.

Vernon has an established presence on Twitter and as well IG, Clubhouse, YouTube, Facebook, Discord, and Xbox Live (@TheWrightLeader), and he unabashedly stands as a voice for the people with zero apologies (ZeroApologyZone.com). He is committed to a life of elevating others with a relentless focus on informing minds and touching hearts around the globe.

Mentioned in this episode: 

Visit Vernon's website at: www.ZeroApologyZone.com

Follow Vernon on social media at @TheWrightLeader

Invite Kelly to be your opening day speaker at your school, lead a leadership workshop, or share his What Everyone Needs to Know About Bullying presentation here. www.kellycroy.com

This link will take you to ALL of Kelly’s social media: https://linktr.ee/kellycroy

Sign-up for Kelly’s newsletter here. Kelly Croy is an author, speaker, and educator. If you’d like to learn more about Kelly or invite him to your school or conference to speak please send him an email.  Subscribe to The Wired Educator Podcast with 200 episodes of interviews and professional development. • Visit Kelly’s website at www.KellyCroy.com. • Looking for a dynamic speaker for your school’s opening day? • Consider Kelly Croy at www.KellyCroy.com • Order Kelly’s books, Along Came a Leaderand Unthink Before Bed: A Children’s Book on Mindfulness for your personal library. • Follow Kelly Croy on Facebook.  • Follow Kelly Croy on Twitter.  •  Follow Kelly Croy on Instagram 

 

 

 

 

Jun 24, 2021

This is the 200th Episode of The Wired Educator Podcast!

To celebrate the 200th episode of The Wired Educator Podcast, I interview my wife, Lorrain Croy, an amazing mother of four wonderful daughters, an accomplished magistrate, and a super-cool wife that supports all of my projects. Lorrain is quite simply the most awesome person I know, and I am excited to share her story with you!

Lorrain Croy serves as a magistrate in the Sandusky County Juvenile Probate Court. She prosecuted for over twenty years, and has served the State of Ohio as an accomplished attorney for the past 26 years. She was featured on Court TV as she successfully prosecuted a high profile murder on the waters of Lake Erie. She ran one of most exciting political campaigns in American history. Lorrain is the mother of four wonderful daughters and the wife of the host of Wired Educator Podcast. When not actively serving the public in the court room, Lorrain enjoys helping people transform their bodies and lives as a premiere health coach.

Lorrain shares her story, transformation, and a behind-the-scenes peek of The Wired Educator household in this fun and informative interview.

You are going to love this episode.

Mentioned in this Interview: 

You can connect with Lorrain at: https://www.facebook.com/lorraincroy


Some of Lori's favorites mentioned in the interview:

Dr. A's Habits of Health: The Path to Permanent Weight Control and Optimal Health by Dr. Wayne Scott Anderson(affiliate link)

It Starts with Food by Melissa Hartwig (affiliate link)

Audible (Listen to audio Books)

The Ninja Food Cooker (affiliate link)

Mentioned in the pre-roll:

Chad Dumas's book: Let’s Put the C in PLC: A Practical Guide for School Leaders (affiliate link)

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Jun 3, 2021

In this episode of The Wired Educator Podcast, I interview Zach Rondot and Grayson McKinney about their brand new book, The Expert Effect: A Three-Part System to Break Down the Walls of Your Classroom and Connect Your Students to the World. I love this book. The Expert Effect includes practical teaching strategies and QR code links to resources and templates that make it easy to integrate this system into your curriculum. Regardless of the grade level you teach, you'll find inspiration and ideas that will help you engage your students in an unforgettable way. Listen to this episode to learn how YOU can win a copy of this book and some Wired Educator Stickers!

Click here to listen to this episode of The Wired Educator Podcast with Zach and Grayson.

Zach Rondot is a passionate fourth-grade teacher in Troy, Michigan. His mission is to teach students the 21st-century skills, mindsets, and attributes that will help them succeed long after they leave his classroom.

In 2019, Zach was named the Troy School District Elementary Teacher of the Year and the Oakland County Elementary Teacher of the Year.

Zach is an instructor in the Master's program of Learning, Design, and Technology at Central Michigan University. He utilizes technology to create learning opportunities that otherwise would not be possible. 

Grayson McKinney is a fifth-grade teacher from Michigan and a leader in the area of innovative teaching and learning. He has worked with learners at all levels of school from K-6 as a teacher, technology facilitator, and as a program administrator. He is a student podcaster, educational writer, and speaker on the topic of 21st-century student learning and engagement.

Together, Zach and Grayson are the authors of the newly released book, The Expert Effect: A Three-Part System to Break Down the Walls of your Classroom and Connect your Students to the World which was recently released by Edumatch Publishing.

Here is what people are saying about the book:

“This book is full of big ideas with detailed ways to achieve them. Zach and Grayson share how to design authentic learning, connect with professionals, take learning outside of the classroom, empower students, and develop the mindset in students that they are capable of dynamic and expert-level work.”

–Trevor Muir, Educator at Grand Valley State University and Author of The Collaborative Classroom

“In this book, Grayson and Zach lay the groundwork regarding “schooling vs. learning” and generously share their experiences as classroom teachers using project-based learning as part of their delivery system. The book is steeped with concrete examples and tools that will validate, extend, and challenge us as educators to continue to strive to reach all students.”

–Larry Thomas, Educational Consultant

“I met Grayson McKinney's Grade 4 students several years ago when they were the "experts'' during a presentation I was giving. They exhibited confidence and poise speaking to an audience of adults! The Expert Effect blends research, classroom experiences, and best practices to inspire and guide you in your own journey to amplify the voices of your own students by connecting them to experts.”

–Jennifer Casa-Todd, Educator-Librarian at Cardinal Carter Catholic High School and Author of Social LEADia

The Expert Effect paints a compelling picture of what joyful learning can look like in the classroom. Grayson and Zach offer teachers practical tips for designing learning experiences that foster a learning culture by prioritizing authenticity and student voice and choice. If you are looking for ways to empower your students to thrive in a complex world, this book has the answer!"

–Jennifer Gottlieb, Executive Director for District & School Services at Oakland County Intermediate School District, MI

Mentioned in this episode: 

Grab a copy of Zach and Grayson's book here: The Expert Effect: A Three-Part System to Break Down the Walls of your Classroom and Connect your Students to the World

Follow Zach on Twitter here: @MrRondot, on Instagram here: @ZachRondot, and read his blog here: zachrondot.com

Follow Grayson on Twitter here: @Gmckinney2, on Instagram here @ExpertEffectEDU, and read his blog here: Innovation4education.wordpress.com

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May 21, 2021

WEP 198: Beyond the Surface of Restorative Practices, an Interview with Marisol Rerucha

In this episode of The Wired Educator Podcast, I interview Marisol Rerucha, author of the awesome book, Beyond the Surface of Restorative Practices, an Interview with Marisol Rerucha. Our powerful conversation will leave you moved and empowered to make an impact.

I love how our conversation touches on the present and future of education, while centering around beliefs and ways to connect that are thousands of years old. I find Marisol enlightening. She challenges our choices and encourages each of us to face what is keeping us from becoming the best version of ourselves. She encourages us to be vulnerable and highlights and importance of the circle. Yes the circle. The circle is the key to connect with one another in a very human way and this very well may be the secret to a transformational culture. Learn more about this inside this episode. 

Marisol Quevedo Rerucha, author of, Beyond the Surface of Restorative Practices: Building an Organizational Culture of Equity, Connection and Healing, is a proven leader who doesn't just talk about healing, equity, social justice, and disrupting generational trauma; she has both lived experience and a proven record of doing this work while leading change in education and non-profit systems. As a former teacher, principal, district leader and non-profit leader she uses her voice to challenge systems of oppression and more importantly amplifies the voices of others. The impact of her passion, experience, work, and voice is felt beyond her own community as she serves as: Chief of Strategy and Partnerships for the National Parents Union;  Director of Culture and Community for DBC Inc; Chair of UnidosUSNational Institute for Latino School Leaders alumni council; Board Member of Youth Empowerments Finest; host of the Facebook Live, "Restorative Check In"; and as a partner with organizations (nonprofit and for profit business) to provide comprehensive strategic action planning and restorative practices. 

Mentioned in this episode:

Marisol's book: Beyond the Surface of Restorative Practices: Building an Organizational Culture of Equity, Connection and Healing

YouTube Channel

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCMeoTE9V-rbZgSENDrJBa9A

Marisol Rerucha

https://marisolrerucha.com/

Twitter: @marisolrerucha

IG:@marisolrerucha

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May 11, 2021

Dr. Basil Marin is an expert in educational leadership, equity and engaging students. He received his Ph.D. in Educational Leadership and speaks on many topics including the ABC’s of Equity. He has a passion for improving our educational system and inspiring students to be radical dreamers. He is on a mission. I absolutely love this conversation.

Click here to listen to this episode of The Wired Educator Podcast. 

Dr. Marin holds a Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration from Eastern Mennonite University and a Master’s degree in Special Education from Liberty University. Dr. Marin also holds an Educational Specialist degree in PK-12 Administration and Supervision from Old Dominion University. Additionally, Dr. Marin recently received his Ph.D. in Educational Leadership from Old Dominion University.

Dr. Marin is a humble and down to earth individual who is passionate about creating opportunities for all students to succeed educationally. He has a strong desire to work with at-risk youth. He firmly believes these students are our future and he is willing to provide the necessary support to see all students succeed. These students are regular human beings just like anyone else; however, these students have limited academic skill sets or untamed frustrations that often disrupt their learning process. He feels that God has given him the passion to work with at-risk youth and to show them that through education anything is possible.

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Website: http://www.basilmarin.com/

Twitter: https://twitter.com/basil_marin

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Apr 27, 2021

In this episode of The Wired Educator Podcast I interview Emily Paschall about her new book, Eyes on Culture: Multiply Excellence in Your School. Emily is an amazing educational leader, and we have a lot of fun talking about the importance of improving culture and how to do it. 

Emily Paschall, author and education leader, has served as a teacher, district coach, school administrator, professional learning trainer, and motivational speaker. Her passions lie in teaching, learning, and serving others. Emily recently published her first book, Eyes on Culture: Multiply Excellence in Your School.

She also leads a nation wide group of administrators through supportive social media sites with shared ideas, information, and motivation. She is best known for founding the ElemAPNetwork where she offers various opportunities for administrators to experience a live exchange of best practices and fresh ideas.

Emily's work is recognized around the world from educators who desire to learn how to create a climate and culture that promotes excellence. Emily’s innovative methods for driving student engagement, promoting academic rigor, and stimulating excitement about school has created a ripple effect in others across the country.

Mentioned in this episode: 

You can also connect with her on Twitter, Instagram and Voxer: @EmilyAPaschall

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Apr 2, 2021

In this episode of The Wired Educator Podcast, I interview Ross Cooper and Erin Murphy about their brand new book titled Project Based Learning: Real Questions. Real Answers. How to Unpack PBL an Inquiry. If there’s one thing that teaching during a pandemic has emphasized it's the need for inquiry and better student involvement. So many teachers have reported lack of engagement in remote learning. I think project-based learning is the future of school and a method of instruction that every educator should explore and apply. No matter where you are on the spectrum with project-based learning, you will appreciate and benefit from hearing from Ross and Erin. 

Ross Cooper is currently an administrator in the Chappaqua Central School District. Previously, he was an Elementary School Principal, K-12 curriculum supervisor, Elementary Assistant Principal, and fourth grade teacher. He is an Apple Distinguished Educator and a Google Certified Innovator. As a nationally recognized leader in project based learning, he has worked with thousands of educators across the country to implement PBL, and in 2016 he coauthored Hacking Project Based Learning: 10 Easy Steps to PBL and Inquiry in the Classroom. While his day job is his first professional priority, he finds time to conduct workshops and speak on project based learning, inquiry-based learning, student-centered learning, instructional leadership, his professional experiences, and more. When he is not working, he enjoys eating steak and pizza and provoking his four beautiful nephews and niece. He blogs at rosscoop31.com, and you can connect with him via email, RossCoops31@gmail.com, and on Twitter @RossCoops31

Erin Murphy currently has the pleasure of serving as the Supervisor of Teaching & Learning for the Humanities subjects in the East Penn School District. She spent four years as a Middle School Assistant Principal and has classroom experiences ranging from kindergarten through fifth grade. She is a proud graduate of Penn State University’s Professional Development School, where she was trained in inquiry-based instructional approaches. Erin is coauthor of Hacking Project Based Learning: 10 Easy Steps to PBL and Inquiry in the Classroom (2016), and she consults internationally with leaders and learners regarding literacy, learning, and leadership. Erin, her husband, and her two daughters reside in Pennsylvania, and the family enjoys spending time gardening, watching football, and playing board games. You can connect with Erin through her blog, psumurphette.com, via email at psumurphette@gmail.com, and on Twitter @MurphysMusings5.

Mentioned in this episode: 

Ross and Erin's book: Project Based Learning: Real Questions. Real Answers.

Follow Erin and Ross on Twitter @MurphysMusings5  and @RossCoops31

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Mar 23, 2021

In this episode, I interview Jennifer Gonzalez, the Editor in Chief, Founder, and Host of Cult of Pedagogy. Cult of Pedagogy is one of the most respected and followed educational resources for teachers available. Cult of Pedagogy is more than just the amazingly well written and applicable posts on her blog, it’s more than her incredible podcast; Cult of pedagogy provides books, videos and other amazing resources to help teachers around the globe, but most importantly it is a community for teachers who love teaching and want to become their best. 

Jennifer and I have an amazing conversation about how Cult of Pedagogy came to be, how it has been helping teachers during this pandemic, and we look ahead at the future of education. Jennifer is absolutely brilliant, and we have a lot of fun. Buckle-up.

Jennifer Gonzalez taught middle school language arts for seven years. Half that time was spent in the greater D.C. area, the other half in southcentral Kentucky. She earned National Board Certification in 2004. Then, after having her first child, sheleft teaching to be a stay-at-home mom.

In 2008, She was hired by a local university to teach pre-service teachers. This work gave her new passion for preparing and supporting educators. When Jennifer was in the classroom, shefelt alone in her nerdiness. The teachers’ lounge was never a safe place for her emotionally or intellectually, and finding others to share her real thoughts and feelings with took a lot of work. She learned to stifle the urge to gush about some new strategy She was planning to try or to open up about a struggle She was having with her students. She came to expect that her genuine questions would be met with sarcasm.

With the creation of her site Cult of pedagogy, She hopes to create what shedid not have herself: a vibrant, encouraging, stimulating community of teachers, supporting each other toward excellence. She believes if we can reach across the limits of geography and find each other, there’s no limit to the amazing things we can accomplish.

(From Jennifer's Cult of Pedagogy site, pronoun changed to third person.)

Mentioned in this episode: 

Follow Jennifer of Twitter: https://twitter.com/cultofpedagogy

Jennifer's website: www.cultofpedagogy.com

The Cult of Pedagogy Podcast: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-cult-of-pedagogy-podcast/id900015782

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Mar 13, 2021

In this is the Wired Educator Podcast, I  interview Stephen Cox, the Founder and CEO of the United Kingdom’s leading teacher training provider, Osiris, and host of the World Education Summit. He’s an expert in visible learning and works closely with John Hattie. He will enchant you with his accent, and he will blow you away with all that he’s learned about what really works in education and what outstanding teaching really looks like. He’s got the research, he’s got the data, he’s got the answers. I love this episode. I grew so much talking to Stepher and you will too. Put your headphones on and brace for impact. 

Stephen is the host of the World Education Summit which I encourage you to sign up for right now. Here's the link worldedsummit.com.   It is a virtual summit from March 22 to March 25, but you will want to hit that link right now and sign up. It’s that good. John Hattie, author of Visible Learning and one of the most important minds in education is their keynote speaker, and there are over 400 other amazing presenters. This is the virtual summit you’re looking for. Period. I’m not kidding. Hit the link, take a look at who’s there and you will want in. It’s amazing.

Stephen Cox is the founder and CEO of Osiris Educational, the UK’s leading independent teacher training provider, and the host of The World Education Virtual Summit. For the last quarter of a century, he has worked with the world’s top educationalists to bring pioneering and innovative training to teachers and leaders across the U.K and throughout schools around the world. During this time, he has developed and supported award-winning educational programmes including: the Osiris Teaching Intervention, Collective Leadership and Visible Learning. His latest cutting-edge mission is centred on creating worldwide online systems for teacher and learning development.

In response to the disruption caused to worldwide education by COVID-19, Stephen has re-focused on creating sustainable, online, interactive networks and programmes for teacher and leader development. He is continually driven by his belief that all learners deserve a great start in life, and this is achieved through an unrelenting focus on the quality and impact of teaching and learning.

I am honored to share Stephens Bryant’s with you in this amazing conversation. Here’s Stephan Cox

Professional Summary:

Fresh out of a PGCE in Secondary education from the University of Warwick, Stephen taught economics for ten years in the UK and at the British International School, Cairo (BISC). Dissatisfied with the quality of teacher training that he was receiving, Stephen moved back to the UK in 1997 and founded Osiris Educational with the 30-year vision of improving the life chances of children across the world.

Osiris had humble beginnings, with Stephen and his partner Brenda developing and delivering their own training, based off their own expertise at quality provision. Over the years, Osiris quickly grew to become the nation’s leading independent provider of teacher training, with the world’s greatest educationalists in collaboration.

During this time, Stephen worked closely with such world-renowned educationalists as Professor John Hattie, Professor Guy Claxton, Professor Carol Dweck and many others on developing and releasing now world-famous programmes for teachers in the UK, including Visible LearningPlus, the Osiris Mindsets Programme, and the Osiris Teaching Intervention.

In response to the disruption caused to worldwide education by COVID-19, Stephen has re-focused on creating sustainable, online, interactive networks and programmes for teacher and leader development. He is continually driven by his belief that all learners deserve a great start in life, and this is achieved through an unrelenting focus on the quality and impact of teaching and learning.

 Mentioned in this Podcast: 

The book Visible Learning. by John Hattie

The World Education Virtual Summit

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Mar 8, 2021

In this episode of The Wired Educator Podcast, I interview one of my all-time favorite writers, podcasters, and thinkers, Seth Godin.

Was I starstruck interviewing one of my favorite humans? Absolutely! What was Seth’s reply when I told him? "Now that’s just silly." Seth is the author of over 19 best-selling books, the host of one of the most influential podcasts in the world, and writes what many consider the most successful and influential daily blog of all time. Seth is a teacher and a creator. But what I wanted to talk to Seth most about was his acclaimed manifesto ‘Stop Stealing Dreams’ which became a viral TEDTalk video. Stop Stealing Dreams focuses on educational reform, the future of education, and what we can do about it. It addresses what is really is, should be, and where schools needs to go.

Seth Godin is a teacher and a creator of wonderful projects. For over 30 years he’s been inspiring people and teaching them how to level-up. He hosts a daily blog that has been uninterrupted for over a decade. He Is the host of the Akimbo podcast and the creator and founder of altMBA, a 30 day workshop that is life-changing. He’s delivered five of the most viewed Ted talks in the world. He is the author of over 19 best selling books. His new book is called The Practice.

I am so proud to share this interview because Seth has had such a profound impact on me. His art encouraged me to share my art and taught me how to do it.


In short, I think he is one of the most brilliant people on the planet whether conversation is on education, marketing, music, dark chocolate or whatever. Seth is the wise counsel you need.

Enjoy.

Mentioned in this episode: 

The World Education Summit. Learn more about how you can attend this amazing conference here: www.WorldEDSummit.com

Seth's Manifesto: Stop Stealing Dreams. It's a free read that every educator should dig into.

Seth is the founder of Akimbo, home of the altMBA.

You can watch Seth's TedTalk "Stop Stealing Dreams" at this link.

Here is a link to Seth's new book, The Practice. (Affiliate link)

Here is a link to all of Seth's other books. (Affiliate link)

You can listen to Seth's Akimbo Podcast here.

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Mar 1, 2021

In this episode of The Wired Educator Podcast, I interview Johnathan Alsheimer.

Jonathan is a passionate educator and  the author of an an awesome new book titled Next Level Teaching: Empowering Students and Transforming Culture. Jonathan and I have some great laughs and a fantastic conversation about what it truly means to level-up, make a difference in the lives of students, and how to deliver 'next level teaching.'  We talk student engagement, student motivation, and building relationships to enhance the classroom and school culture, and so much more. 

Jonathan Alsheimer is a champion fighting for the limitless possibilities of teachers as a driving force for infectious classrooms and positive school culture.

Jonathan Alsheimer is the unorthodox, energetic, and entertaining middle school teacher who refuses to live a life of limitations and works with UFC Fighters, Celebrities, and Clothing Brands. Jonathan is the author of "NEXT LEVEL TEACHING" published by Dave Burgess Consulting and can be found on Amazon. 

As a passionate educator and National Keynote Speaker always striving to be "That Teacher" that his students remember! 

Jonathan, teaches at the world-renowned Fred Lynn Middle School, which was featured in multiple documentaries "Relentless" and "Relentless: Chasing Accreditation.” He has been featured as the teacher who forged a partnership with UFC Fighter and light-weight contender Paul Felder to bring a message of never giving up, fighting for their education, and empowering the students to believe in themselves, all principles that Jonathan promotes in his classroom. 

Jonathan Alsheimer also partnered with Fear the Fighter, MMA clothing brand to establish a stop-bullying campaign with "Relentless" Principal Hamish Brewer. Jonathan Alsheimer didn't stop there and established a formed a relationship with Chris "Drama" Pfaff, MTV reality star and CEO of Young and Reckless to bring clothing to his "students in need" and worked to build student leaders in his school.

As Jonathan always says, "Game-changing is not a cliche motto; it is a way of life... some talk about it while others live by it!

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Order and read Johnathan's book: Next Level Teaching: Empowering Students and Transforming School Culture

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Feb 19, 2021

In this episode of The Wired Educator Podcast I Interview Samantha Wheeler. A typical Wired Educator Podcast guest is someone who’s written books, speaks from the stage, or earned multiple recognitions and awards for education, my guest today is wonderful and awesome, but for none of those reasons; Samantha is a senior in college rocking it as a student-teacher in one of the most challenging times in education. I wanted a fresh perspective on teaching and learning and Sami delivered. She is brilliant. I learned so much from this interview and you will too. 

Samantha Wheeler, or Sami as she goes by, is a current senior in college at Rider University in Lawrenceville, NJ. She is pursuing a dual degree in secondary education and mathematics. So far, she has completed an educational technology certification as well as a Google Level 1 Educator certification.She is also a part of the Robert Noyce Teacher Scholarship Program which seeks to place teachers with strong STEM content knowledge into high-need school districts upon graduation.

At Rider, Sami is extremely involved on campus and is a part of many different organizations such as the Student Education Association, Math Club and four different national honors societies! She has made herself known on campus through multiple leadership and mentoring roles such as working as an orientation leader, peer coaching new students, and leading seminars for first year education majors. Sami has just started her last semester of college and is currently student teaching in a local middle school in a 7th grade math class.

Once she graduates, Sami plans to teach math at the secondary level where she can’t wait to share her love of STEM with others! She hopes to someday earn her masters and even possibly her PhD in hopes to teach upper level mathematics at the collegiate level. 

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Feb 9, 2021

In this episode of the Wired Educator Podcast, I interview Dr. Jill Siler, Texas superintendent, and author of Thrive Through the Five: Practical Truths to Powerfully Lead Through Challenging Times. 

In her first months as a superintendent, Jill faced financial crisis along with many other challenges that leadership brings. In 2015, her school board was named a TASA Honor Board as one of the top 5 school boards in the state and one of her campuses was named a 2017 National Blue Ribbon School. Jill is the Chair of the Future-Ready Superintendent Leadership Network (FRSLN) Design Team through the Texas Association of school Administrators (TASA) where innovative leaders from across the state gather to learn, share and grow together.

Jill has a passion for helping others reach their goals and is the leader of TASA’s Aspiring Superintendent Academy, and a frequent speaker at Texas’ First-Time Superintendent Academy as well as other leadership and education conferences. Her writing can be found on her website, jillmsiler.com where the initial blog inspiring her book, Thrive Through the Five was featured in the November 2019 edition of AASA School Administrator, the national school leadership organization’s publication.

Jill and her husband, William, have been married for 20 years and have two children: Caitlyn who is 15 years old and in 10th grade and Caleb who is 11 years old and in 6th grade.

Mentioned in this episode: 

Social Media: @jillmsiler
Website: jillmsiler.com
Book: Thrive Through the Five: Practical Truths to Powerfully Lead Through Challenging Times
 

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Feb 2, 2021

In this episode of The Wired Educator Podcast, I interview Mike Yates. Mike is without a doubt one of the most innovative Educators I believe I have ever interviewed. He has an unbelievably unique perspective on education that you absolutely need to hear. This is not a typical wired educator podcast. Mike and I have an incredible authentic discussion on the challenges and opportunities for education. We talk about what it really takes to create change, and we have an awesome conversation on race and equity in education as well.

I’m so happy you chose this episode of The Wired Educator Podcast. Buckle up. Lean in. It's time to level up

I love this interview!

Mike Yates is working to reinvent the school system. Every single day. THAT is what gets him up in the morning.

He is the Senior Managing Director of Network Strategies of the TFA Reinvention Lab. He's looking to find, connect, and add value to people doing the real work of school reinvention at the intersection of equity and innovation.

When he's not working in the lab he coaches public speakers, advises education startups, and hosts a podcast called Schoolish.

Mentioned in this episode: 

Listen to Mike's podcast: https://anchor.fm/schoolish

Visit Mike's website at: https://www.yatesmike.com/

Follow Mike on Twitter at: https://twitter.com/justmikeyates

Mike's choice of most inspirational book: The New White Nationalism in America: Its Challenge to Integration (affiliate link) by Cambridge Press. 

One of Mike's favorite listens: Stupid Deep

One of Mike's favorite things: Ember Temperature Control Smart Mug (affiliate link) 

This episode of The Wired Educator Podcast is sponsored by the book Along Came a Leader: A Personal and Professional Guide to Leadership. 

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Jan 24, 2021

In this episode of The Wired Educator Podcast I interviewed Chad lagoon about his new book Discomfort by Design and why educators should be getting excited about getting uncomfortable. Chad and I have an awesome conversation about his book, being part of a Personal Learning Community or an EDU team, how to engage students, and so much more. You are going to love this episode of The Wired Educator Podcast. 

Having dedicated 18 years to educating middle and high school students, Chad LeDune is passionate about fostering life skills, problem solving, and critical thinking through design learning and STEM education. His dedication to his personal message and title of his book of Discomfort by Design has afforded him the opportunity to write curriculum for the state of Indiana, create and coordinate Wabash Valley STEM Fest, coordinate and instruct STEM teams for educational exchange programs with China, speak to members of the Chinese Department of Education, coordinate online curriculum for Dolphin STEM Academy, found his own consulting service, Variables of Education, and share his message of innovation to educators at over 30 educational conferences, both internationally and in the US. LeDune has a BS in Education, a MA Certification in STEM Education, a National Institute of STEM Education Certification, a MA in STEM Leadership and is pursuing his doctorate in Instructional Technology.

Chad is a frequent presenter, and recent engagements include AdvancEd, ICE, HECC, Purdue 2018 Educator STEM Conference, Matt Miller’s Ditch that Conference, and Spotlight Speaker for Zhejiang Provincial DOE 2018. Chad is also the founder of Wabash Valley Maker’s Fest which is a STEM conference for students and educators in my area of the state.

Mentioned in this Episode

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Jan 18, 2021

In this episode the Wired Educator Podcast I talk 3D printing in education with the founder of MakerGear, Rick Pollack. You're going to love it regardless of what grade or content you teach. 3D printing is fun, engaging, and brings creation to ANY classroom. 

 

Rick Pollack is the founder and owner of MakerGear LLC. MakerGear designs, engineers and manufactures desktop and benchtop 3d printers. Rick started MakerGear in his Cleveland, Ohio garage in 2009. MakerGear was one of the first companies in desktop 3d printing and helped to bring 3d printers to the masses.

Prior to MakerGear, Rick worked as a software developer for many years and for a variety of companies, large and small. He was a principal in a very early online CRM startup for the automobile industry and that company was acquired in 2000.

Rick has a BS in Computer Science from the University of Cincinnati. You can often find Rick hiking in the Cuyahoga Valley National Park.

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The Modern Egg Drop
Advanced Manufacturing Olympics 
The AMO Medals

Seven Foot Guardian & Guardian video

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Jan 11, 2021

In this episode of The Wired Educator Podcast, I interview Chey and Pav, two energetic and fun educators who host one of my favorite podcasts, The Staff Room Podcast. You're going to love listening to this interview. I encourage you to subscribe to their podcast and follow them on Twitter and Instagram. They are amazing. 

Chey and Pav, two experienced middle school teachers from the Greater Toronto Area in Ontario, Canada, take listeners through the in’s and out’s of the field of Teaching, Learning, and Leadership.

Through their anecdotal, yet often comedic banter, laced with caring insightfulness, they take their audience into a conversation that is surely eye-opening and entertaining, while tackling some of the real, and ever-changing issues that exist in Education. Come join Chey and Pav; partake in the Staff Room chatter that all teachers and educators can connect with.

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