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Lead. Learn. Change.

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SHOW NOTESJohn’s background via audio clips and an intro (0:55)The connection between mountain climbing and public speaking (3:55)The origin of interest in mountain climbing – scouting (4:55)The beginning of John’s writing (6:10)Goal setting, c
SCAD (3:30) – Savannah College of Art and DesignIntroduction to art via one’s environment (4:30)Art Direction as a career option (5:00)Deciding to be an artist (6:15)A fine arts magnet school experience (6:30)Presenting one’s work at an early a
Links and episode descriptions below (for the Lead. Learn. Change. episode where the speaker was a guest of a full-length installment) for each person featured in this Teacher Appreciation Episode:Information listed in the same order that each
Accomplishments and learning to cook (3:30)Chicago, Illinois - Gary, Indiana - parents valued education (4:50)Mother’s reading of a book led to initial interest in data privacy issues (5:30)Personal interest and “hobby” is now a career (6:00)Th
Vladimir’s audio clips (0:55)Julie and Vladimir – opening banter, welcome (5:10)Vladimir’s background/intro (8:30)24 months in concentration camps, 1300 months of life (10:40)Childhood memories – an only child, sports, scouts, a good life (11:3
The many hats of Lana Camiel (3:20)Lover of dogs (3:50)A dog’s joy of snow leads to a life lesson (5:30)Pharm D or Registered Pharmacist? (6:15)Herbalist or? and? pharmacist (8:05)Two valid paths to wellness (9:00)Exploring herbal solutions to
34 AcrossI was speaking with my dad recently. During our phone call I asked him about crossword puzzles, because I wanted to know more about his interest in them. As a young child, and as a teenager, I often saw him complete the crossword puzzl
Dr. Hayward Cordy, executive director of the Oconee Regional Educational Service Agency in Georgia, and former teacher, principal, and superintendent (2:00)Hayward’s book, Damaged Goods: Lessons Learned in Poverty, Applied to Life. (3:25)Large
Brothers go on a rafting tripA bodysurfing challengeImpending tragedyHow to navigate troubleMutual supportStand up Music for Lead. Learn. Change. is Sweet Adrenaline by Delicate BeatsPodcast cover art for Lead. Learn. Change. is a view from Bru
The many accomplishments of Joy Robinson (3:30)Early thoughts about becoming a teacher (4:30)My teachers were my role models (5:20)Why students are the best part of my job (5:55)I also come to school to learn from my students (6:15)Peer tutorin
The 1969 Mercury Grand MarquisNever really drivingDriver’s educationA humiliating moment, but a learning momentApplicable observationsKnowing the people that you serveYou have choices Music for Lead. Learn. Change. is Sweet Adrenaline by Delica
My favorite principal, Mr. Ed. Worley (3:05)Fairly smart until eighth grade (4:00)Drafting class with applied geometry led to thoughts of being an educator (5:00)Collaboration with colleagues as a goal, in the service of student learning (5:30)
One year podcast anniversaryPilot episode guest Hannah Talley’s huge contributionTeacher-leaders help others move forwardGreat teachers are consistently generousStep by step–and interaction by interaction–is how meaningful change happensWe all
Neurosurgery and orthopedic surgery (2:15)Borborygmi – its meaning and significance (3:00)Why be a physician? (4:15)Meaningful work (4:45)The neurosurgery Operating Room (OR) at every opportunity (5:30)Don’t pursue medicine for the wrong reason
Simon Ratcliffe asks a questionLevity during times full of heavy heartsLife checkDecision prepRelationshipsMeaningful workDon’t take it for grantedEducators never stop serving Podcast cover art for Lead. Learn. Change. is a view from Brunnkogel
Characteristics of a good teacher (2:15)Students who love the teachers who love their students (3:05)Knowing one’s students (3:45)STAR program (5:45)Hope for the future - great teachers and great students (7:45)The filter for decision making th
How has coronavirus affected education? (3:17)A shift to virtual learning platforms (4:00)Teachers are still approaching their work with professionalism and a focus on student learning (6:00)A potential new understanding of, and appreciation fo
Where are you from? Picture yourself at a gathering, or perhaps you are attending a virtual gathering, on a video call with five, ten, twenty, or even a hundred others. Regardless, you are with other people. Everywhere you turn, there are lots
Coming soon... Podcast cover art for Lead. Learn. Change. is a view from Brunnkogel (mountaintop) over the mountains of the Salzkammergut in Austria, courtesy of photographer Simon Berger, published on www.unsplash.com.
Full transcriptIn a Moment - Collaboration. Optimism. Vision. Inspiration. Dedication.Recent events have upended daily routines, financial markets, and life in general. Changes of great magnitude occur from time to time. When there is no hint t
Does the world need changing?What is meant by “world?”The value of roles and relationshipsLeaders, followers, and influencersCollective and individual impact Podcast cover art for Lead. Learn. Change. is a view from Brunnkogel (mountaintop) ove
Learning impacts life (4:20)No space in pre-school (5:15)Mom leading the reading and learning (5:30)Learn, early on (6:30)Obstacles serve as a catalyst for moving forward (6:45)Different pathways to learning (7:40)Self-directed learning (8:00)I
Recycling centerNew yesterday, old today, gone tomorrow?Will Esters' approachDr. Allene Magill - relationships and building bridges (see link below for information about the "PAGE Dr. Allene Magill Scholarship" for support personnel)The challen
From one career intention to another (3:50)The pervasive but poorly supported failure narrative (4:00)Working in the standardized testing world and a shift in thinking (4:30)Who is at fault? (4:50)What? No ideas for an alternative? (6:00)Testin
Clark Atlanta University, one of 101 Historically Black Colleges and Universities in the nation (3:05)Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. attended college on this campus (3:25)Social mobility through education (5:05)Three times a Panther (6:05)Identifi
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