Season 1 Recap Part 2: Navigating Education – The Podcast

After the first ten episodes of the podcast season, we began interviewing educators from around the world. These interviews touch on many important topics to help us all gain insight into various niches in education to help us build capacity. The goal was to provide our audience with experts in a wide range of topics to help them learn more about each topic to further their practice. Each episode ranges around 30 minutes in length. As the host, it was engaging and such a learning experience to learn from each of these experts. I hope you will also learn from these educators who are doing great things in classrooms, schools, and districts! Together, we are better. Enjoy and connect with each of these educators on social media to learn more about what they are doing to further learn and amplify your practice.

First Ten Interviews of Navigating Education – The Podcast

Episode 20 – Student Engagement and ClassHook with Alexander Deeb

Episode 19 – EdTech Coaching & Making Learning Stick with Debbie Tannenbaum

Episode 18 – Rural Education and How to Best Support Rural Educators with Dr. Casey Jakubowski

Episode 17 – Restorative Justice & Teacher Trauma and Retention with Dr. Malikah Nu’Man

Episode 16 – Music, Learning, and Racial Bias Algorithms with Dr. Malik Boykin

Episode 15 – Fine Arts and Music Education with Dr. Neil Anderson

Episode 14 – Culturally Responsive and Relevant Teaching with Jasara Hines, Ph.D.

Episode 13 – EdTech Leadership: What does this look like in schools and districts with Greg Bagby

Episode 12 – Cognitive Load and its Effect on Learning with Zach Groshell

Episode 11 – Attitudes/Beliefs and Relationships as the Foundation of Technology Integration with Matthew Downing

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