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Podcast with Catlin Tucker

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2022catlintuckerpodcastWhen the always-marvelous Catlin Tucker invited me to be a guest on her podcast, The Balance, I accepted immediately. I think the world of Catlin’s work.

My episode was released a few days ago. Catlin and I talked about my new book (Leadership for Deeper Learning), leadership during the pandemic, how school administrators could (and shouldn’t) support educators’ self-care, and much more. The folks at StudySync did a nice job of summarizing some of what we discussed. Hope you enjoy our conversation

Happy listening! 

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Slide – Organize around the opportunity to contribute

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2021 Difference Making 01 REVISED

“It’s ironic that a shift away from a focus on preparation (take Algebra 1 because you need it for Algebra 2, which you might need to go to college which you might need to get a job) to a focus on difference making is the best possible form of preparation for the innovation economy. A portfolio of work that demonstrates expanding contribution to causes that matter — to a young person and their community — is far more valuable to most colleges and employers than a list of courses passed.

What if, instead of a list of required courses, high school was organized around the opportunity to contribute?”

Vander Ark & Liebtag, Difference Making at the Heart of Learning, 2021 (p. 80)

 

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It’s Time To Face Some Difficult Truths About Teaching

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Many teachers don’t have the luxury of deciding what’s sustainable for them. In these cases, they somehow ‘survive’ or they quit.

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Survivor Jon Vaughn on U. of Michigan's sexual assault settlement

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NPR's Ailsa Chang talks with ex football player and sexual assault survivor Jon Vaughn about the University of Michigan's settlement over allegations of abuse by a former sports doctor.

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Parents and caregivers of young children say they've hit pandemic rock bottom

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Cori Berg is executive director of the Hope Day School early childhood program in Dallas.

The people who take care of and educate children under 5 years old, who are too young to be vaccinated, are in a special kind of hell right now.

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Teaching Students To See Quality

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So what does quality have to do with learning? Quite a bit, it turns out. And it starts out with helping students understand what it means.

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Dive into New STEM Resources with Olympian Katie Ledecky

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New STEM Resources Making a Splash This Month. Register Today!

January marks the launch of an exciting new STEM education program created in partnership between Discovery Education and Panasonic Corporation of North America (“Panasonic”), spearheaded by 3-time Olympian and 15-time World Champion swimmer – and proud STEM advocate – Katie Ledecky. The all-new STEM Forward connects students in grades 3–8 to the game-changing power of technology throughout their world, with standards-aligned digital resources adaptable for any learning environment, at no cost. 

Building on Katie’s ongoing work with Panasonic as a STEM leader and collaborator, STEM Forward provides students, educators, and families with dynamic digital resources exploring the ways technology improves lives and makes the world a better place. An immersive new Virtual Field Trip will be premiering later this month to deepen the STEM learning. 

Premiering on January 25th at 1pm ET, Winning with STEM: A Virtual Field Trip with Katie Ledecky and Panasonic takes students behind-the-scenes to five incredibly unique STEM innovation centers across North America:  

  1. Panasonic’s North America HQ | Newark, NJ
    This 340,000 sq ft, 12-story tower of tech was designed to have the highest level of sustainability rating possible. 
  1. Panasonic Automotive | Detroit, MI
    STEM is being used to power micro-mobility in this space, including e-bikes that reduce traffic and pollution via bike-sharing programs. 
  1. Gigafactory | Sparks, NV
    This amazing facility – which is longer than 100 football fields – is where Panasonic is innovating Greener, more efficient car batteries. 
  1. The Illuminarium | Las Vegas, NV
    Here, at a one-of-a-kind innovation hub, immersive 360° experiences are being developed to transport people to new worlds. 
  1. Panasonic Canada Inc | Toronto, Ontario
    These outside-the-box thinkers are creating cutting-edge air purification system technology to help everyone breathe easier about health. 

Throughout the Virtual Field Trip, students will get a chance to meet Panasonic scientists, engineers, and immersive design experts using their STEM passion to make a difference in the world. An Educator Guide accompanies the Virtual Field Trip, featuring activities and conversation starters to engage students. 

Next month, a new wave of STEM Forward activities will be launching, including a variety of flexible learning opportunities for in class and at home: 

Coming This February 

  • Subject Matter Expert Video with Katie Ledecky 
  • Student Activities 
  • Educator Supports 
  • Family Activities 

Discovery Education and Panasonic are both united in their commitment to inspiring a new generation of innovative thinkers in communities nationwide, by harnessing the universally empowering capabilities of tech. Every student can develop their existing familiarity with digital technology into powerful STEM skills, and STEM Forward resources provide the hands-on learning opportunities to do just that. 

You can learn more about STEM Forward at DiscoveryEducation.com/STEMForward, or within the Discovery Education K–12 learning platform. 

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Lawmakers are rewriting rules as schools grapple with teacher shortages

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Teacher burnout and thinning substitute teacher rolls combined with the continuing fallout of the winter surge is pushing public school leaders to the brink of desperation. Lawmakers are responding by temporarily rewriting hiring rules.

Burnout and thinning substitute teacher rolls plus the fallout of the omicron surge is pushing school leaders to the brink of desperation. Lawmakers are responding by rewriting hiring rules.

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University of Michigan fires its president after investigation into an alleged affair

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In this Jan. 30 2017, file photo, University of Michigan President Mark Schlissel speaks during a ceremony at the university, in Ann Arbor, Mich. Schlissel has been removed as president of the University of Michigan due to the alleged "inappropriate relationship with a University employee," the school said.

The university said Mark Schlissel was removed as president due to an alleged "inappropriate relationship with a university employee."

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College students are forced to adapt after a return to virtual classes

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As COVID-19 cases spike, many college students returning for spring semester have had to quickly switch from in-person learning to online classes again.

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