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APS Open Book
37 minutes | Feb 25, 2020
13: Season 1 Reflection
Season 1 host, Mark Goodrum looks back on his experience hosting the first year of the APS Open Book Podcast and has the opportunity to ask questions of the APS Communications Department.
32 minutes | Jan 14, 2020
Multiplayer video game competition is now a state-approved activity and alternative to traditional sports for APS students. What types of video games are used? What are the rules? What does a tournament look like? Listen to hear all about eSports on episode 12 of the APS Open Book Podcast.
31 minutes | Dec 10, 2019
11: APS JAG Program
The Jobs for American Graduates program has helped millions of students nationwide stay in school through graduation, pursue post-secondary education, and secure successful career opportunities. How is the JAG program implemented at APS? Listen to episode 11 of the APS Open Book Podcast.
29 minutes | Nov 11, 2019
10: APS Athletics
Track, football, basketball, cheerleading, and now, e-sports - there are numerous athletics opportunities available to APS students. What are the benefits of participating in sports? Listen to episode 10 of the APS Open Book Podcast as Mark Goodrum discusses school sports with the APS Athletic Director and a multi-sports coach at Manzano High School.
29 minutes | Oct 8, 2019
9: APS Bond & Mill Levy Election
What's on the ballot in the upcoming APS Bond and Mill Levy election? Will taxes increase? Listen to episode 9 of the APS Open Book Podcast as Mark Goodrum discusses the election with APS' Chief Operations Officer, a high school teacher, and a charter school principal.
32 minutes | Sep 10, 2019
8: The Art of Teaching
What makes a good teacher? How do teachers improve themselves? Listen to episode 8 of the APS Open Book Podcast as Mark Goodrum discusses the art of teaching with a UNM professor in the Department of Teacher Education and an ECademy ConnectED teacher at APS' Eldorado High School.
27 minutes | Aug 12, 2019
7: Water Samples at APS
APS submitted nearly 800 water samples form 69 schools built before 1990 to proactively check on potential lead levels. What were the results? How is APS addressing any risk? Listen to Episode 7 of the APS Open Book Podcast.
36 minutes | Jul 9, 2019
6: Extended School Year
Will the addition of 10 extra days to the school year improve student learning? Join Mark Goodrum for an interesting discussion about the benefits and impact of an extended school year.
30 minutes | Jun 13, 2019
5: APS Alumni Homecoming
From APS graduation to successful careers in Albuquerque, it's homecoming on the next APS Open Book Podcast. Join Mark Goodrum for an interesting interview with two former APS students who discuss the impact of their APS education on their current occupations.
67 minutes | May 15, 2019
4: Fine Arts in APS
Chorus, band, orchestra, drama, mariachi, art, and even steel drums - the fine arts in the Albuquerque Public Schools are reaching all students from elementary to high school. Join Mark Goodrum as he speaks with APS students and their teachers about the importance of a fine arts education.Mark Goodrum speaks with APS Fine Arts Director, Gina Rasinski, former APS Fine Arts Director, Luis Delgado, retired music educator, Ron Lipka, and APS students and their teachers about the wide-ranging fine arts programs offered at APS schools.
50 minutes | Apr 8, 2019
3: School Safety
What is the state of safety in the Albuquerque Public Schools? Join us as APS Open Book host, Mark Goodrum sits down with APS Chief Operations Officer, Scott Elder and APS Chief of Police, Steven Gallegos for a conversation about safety procedures, security, and protection of our public schools.
52 minutes | Mar 6, 2019
2: Superintendent Raquel Reedy
She’s one of the state’s most influential educational leaders and has what many would consider one of the toughest jobs in America.So, what keeps APS Superintendent Raquel Reedy up at night, how does she feel about the quality of teaching going on in classrooms and what does she have to say to all those critics?I’m Mark Goodrum, answers to those questions and more on the APS Open Book Podcast.
33 minutes | Feb 6, 2019
1: Teen Suicide - 1-855-662-7474 | 1-855-NMCRISIS
Suicide has become a national epidemic that doesn’t discriminate. When someone young dies entire communities are shaken. At Albuquerque Public Schools more than 18-hundred threat assessments a year are reviewed in hopes of reaching students facing some of life’s most difficult times.Hello, I’m Mark Goodrum, host of the “APS Open Book” podcast. Tune in to learn what APS is doing to save lives, support students and their families. When suicide is the topic, what you know can make all the difference.1-855-662-7474 or 1-855-NMCRISIS
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