Podcast: Oct 2017

  • Episode 14

    In this episode, I talk with Heather Cox about how she supports coaches in the field. We also speak about missing the classroom and how new coaches need to be assertive when trying to fill their calendar. Heather shares with us some of her strategies for coping and identifying what teachers need and when. Listen in to keep up with the conversation as I never have any problems talking openly and honestly with Heather (Spoiler: She just needs a mic)! Don't for get to subscribe and if you like it, share it with your friends.  –  October 31, 2017

  • Episode 13

    In this episode, I travel to College Park to talk with KSU iTeach Instructional Technology Specialist, Jackie Souffrant. Jackie came to us via her own personal pursuit for happiness. She epitomizes what it means to "love what you do." And that love shows when she walks down the halls of her schools as her teachers and students obviously love her back. Listen in as we get to know Jackie and how "loving what you do" means just as much to your clients as it does to you.  –  October 24, 2017

  • Episode 12

    Join me, Heather, and special guest Stephanee Stephens as we go over all things GaETC 2017!  –  October 19, 2017

  • Episode 11

    In this episode, we get to meet 21 yr teaching vet Kristin Siembieda. Kristin leverages her unique experience with the Ranger Service and love for outdoor education to motivate and inspire students and teachers in the schools she supports. Listen in to get to know her and learn some of the strategies she employs in both of the Title I schools she serves. You can follow Kristin on Twitter @kmsteach31.  –  October 17, 2017

  • Episode 10

    Listen in on Alex and I discuss how her early exposure to a personalized, co-taught environment has shaped the way she supports her schools today. And learn that she is not only the in-house Microsoft expert for the iTeach team, but she supports a Microsoft Showcase School and one-of-28, Teach-to-One schools in the nation! How good is the work Alex is doing?  –  October 10, 2017

  • Episode 9

    KSU iTeach project lead, David Lockhart and I talk about how he brings personalized learning and the maker movement to one of the poorest counties in the nation. He also gets to work with the STEM and Innovation team from the second largest school district in Georgia. Learn some of his strategies for balancing the load with two school districts on opposite ends of the spectrum.  –  October 05, 2017



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