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Edge of Leadership
19 minutes | Mar 23, 2021
Don't Sell a Moose a Hat Rack
Jim Grout explains to Phil the message behind a Vermont phrase; "Don't sell a Moose a Hat Rack" and how it applies to the work of designing team and leadership development programs and all of the work that High 5 provides.
39 minutes | Mar 9, 2021
What We Say and How We Say it Matters with Mike Anderson, Educational Consultant
Anne-Louise guest hosts an interview with Ryan McCormick and Mike Anderson as they discuss the importance of what we say and how it matters in the classroom. Find more about Mike: www.leadinggreatlearning.com
28 minutes | Feb 23, 2021
Beth Buoro Shares Perspectives on SEL and Inspires Others to Pursue Careers in Education
Beth joins Phil on the podcast to discuss her career in education, starting as a Special Education Teacher all the way to being a Superintendent to now working with High 5's Edge of Leadership program.
30 minutes | Feb 9, 2021
Jim Grout Compares Sweeping the Sheds and Leadership Development
Jim Grout (High 5's Executive Director) joins Phil to talk about a concept that originates from the book "Legacy" by James Kerr; Sweep the Sheds. This has become an essential part at the core of High 5's work in Leadership Development.
26 minutes | Jan 26, 2021
Tre Gammage Discusses the Importance of SEL for Educators
Tre Gammage chats with Phil about his work with SEL, how he got started and the importance of teaching educators about SEL. Find out more about Tre here: - tregammage.com - seleducators.com
10 minutes | Jan 12, 2021
Inspired Educator Stories Continued
In this episode we compiled another selection of answers to the question "What Inspired You To Become An Educator?"
27 minutes | Dec 29, 2020
Meet Tom Percival - Author of Books about Emotions for Kids
Tom Percival (author of Ruby Finds a Worry) joins Phil to discuss writing children's books that focus on emotions, what inspired him to write them, and the importance of role modeling vulnerability.
32 minutes | Dec 15, 2020
Problem Solving with the Student Pond Traverse
Phil and Anne Louise are joined by Martha Lavigne and Meagan McLaughlin to discuss their shared experiences of the Pond Traverse challenge. The Pond Traverse is an activity featured in the EOL summer program that really embodies the concept of Problem Solving.
48 minutes | Dec 1, 2020
Chip Wood Discusses Relational Trust
Chip Wood returns to EOL Podcast, this time joined by Phil Brown, Jim Grout, Beth Buoro and Anne Louise Wagner. Today's discussion revolves around relational trust, a concept based on relationships in schools between teachers and students, with other teachers, with parents and principals.
42 minutes | Nov 17, 2020
Meet Chip Wood - MSW, Educator, and Author
In this, the first of several episodes, Chip Wood joins host Phil Brown and High 5 Executive Director, Jim Grout, to discuss his background in child development and education and the compatibility of their shared approaches to education and leadership.
35 minutes | Nov 17, 2020
An Innovative Approach for Teaching Problem Solving
This episode is an invitation to listen-in on a conversation between Lisa Hunt (Manager of Team Development) and Ryan McCormick (Edge of Leadership Director) as they discuss Problem solving, activity selection, and advice for teachers on how to tinker with activities to fit their needs.
41 minutes | Oct 1, 2020
5 Ways To Bring Ease To Back-To School
Melanie Bradford (Symonds Elementary), Phil and Anne Louise discuss the tips given in the Blog post - "5 Ways To Bring Ease To Back-To School".
34 minutes | Oct 1, 2020
Managing Emotions and Vulnerability
Members of High 5 (Ryan, Anne Louise, Phil and Lisa) talk about role modeling vulnerability and its importance in creating a space for emotions to shared. Effective strategies and facilitation techniques are shared.
33 minutes | Oct 1, 2020
Building Connections with Students | Danny Kamps
Danny Kamps (Keene Middle School) discusses with Anne Louise how important it is to connect with his students, learn about what they enjoy and create a safe space for meaningful conversation.
11 minutes | Sep 30, 2020
What Inspired You To Become An Educator?
In this special episode we reached out to educators and asked them "What Inspired You To Become An Educator?" This is an inspirational and moving compilation of some of their responses. Thank you to all educators!
1 minutes | Sep 30, 2020
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