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Education for a Better World Podcast
32 minutes | Aug 23, 2019
An Equitable Education System with Josh Parker
Josh Parker has spent his career working toward an education system with equitable outcomes for all children. In this episode we talk with him about what he's learned.
31 minutes | Aug 16, 2019
#RedforEd and Teacher Empowerment with Noah Karvelis
Noah Karvelis started the #RedforEd movement in Arizona having no idea that it would become an international grassroots movement empowering teachers to demand positive change for students, schools, and communities.
17 minutes | Aug 9, 2019
2020 Teacher Adventure to Kenya Details
Many listeners have asked for more details about the 2020 Teacher Adventure to Kenya that Dyane and I will be leading. Mike shares more about the trip in this show.
19 minutes | Aug 2, 2019
Why All Teachers' Voices Matter
In this solo episode, Mike takes on why every teacher must be allowed to use their voice to advocate for students and the role of public education in supporting a healthy democracy
33 minutes | Jul 26, 2019
Student Engagement with Matt Miller
Student Engagement with Matt Miller by with Mike Soskil and Dyane Smokorowski
35 minutes | Jul 19, 2019
Lessons from Teaching in Sierra Leone with Miriam Mason-Sesay
Miriam Mason-Sesay shares how she overcomes the challenges of extreme poverty to empower girls, teach compassion, and build democratic values in her students.
38 minutes | Jul 12, 2019
Live from the National Teacher Leadership Conference
Special live show where Mike and Dyane interview educators attending the 2019 National Teacher Leadership Conference in Orlando, FL.
31 minutes | Jul 5, 2019
TeachSDGs with Ada Mckim
The UN Sustainable Development Goals were adopted in 2015 to create a better, more sustainable world by 2030. Ada McKim shares how a group of teachers started a movement to use the SDGs in classrooms around the globe
31 minutes | Jun 28, 2019
Drama, Improv, Hip-Hop, and Making the World Better with Estella Owoimaha Church
Estella Owoimaha Church shares how she uses drama, improv, hip-hop, and the UN Sustainable Development Goals to empower her students as positive change agents in their community.
32 minutes | Jun 21, 2019
Teenage Risk-Taking and Democratic Education with Sean Bellamy
Sean Bellamy helped create a school in which all decisions are democratically made between students and teachers. In this episode that originally aired in December, 2018, Sean shares how this model benefits students and helps them become better decision makers.
35 minutes | Jun 14, 2019
Teaching Boldly with Jennifer Williams
Dr. Jennifer Williams is an award winning educator and co-founder of TeachSDGs. In this show she talks about her new book, "Teach Boldly."
33 minutes | Jun 7, 2019
Preparing Future Teachers with Dr. Sam Fecich
Dr. Sam Fecich is the author of EduMagic and a college professor. In this show she shares how she is using social media and innovative techniques to prepare our next generation of teachers for their careers as educators.
32 minutes | May 31, 2019
Communicating through Visual Art with Brad LeDuc
Brad LeDuc helps his students communicate, discover unsung heroes, and bridge world cultures with artwork. In this show he tells us how and his tips for going on a D.A.T.E. to an art museum.
34 minutes | May 24, 2019
Environmental Artists and Activists with Peder Hill
Peder Hill, and American teaching in Austria, shares how he is using art and science to give children voice in environmental issues, and how he is working to give students a space in United Nations policy discussions.
37 minutes | May 17, 2019
Project Based Learning (PBL) at High Tech High with Tina Schuster
Tina Schuster talks about Project Based Learning (PBL) and the culture of student agency at High Tech High in San Diego
30 minutes | May 10, 2019
Flipping the System with Cameron Patterson
Cameron Patterson is a co-editor of Flip the System Australia, a book by educators for educators. In this episode we'll ask him to explain what he's learned through the process of editing the book about what matters, and what should matter in education.
34 minutes | May 3, 2019
Why Our Students Aren't Motivated with Chris Holmes
Chris Holmes is traveling the country to talk with teenagers about student motivation. In this episode he shares some of what those teenagers have told him and what he's learned while studying the topic of motivation.
35 minutes | Apr 26, 2019
Educators Rising and Teacher Recruitment with Kimberly Eckert
Educators Rising is a program that helps recruit high school students who would make excellent teachers. Kimberly Eckert shares how she is using this program to recruit the next generation of excellent teachers in Louisiana.
37 minutes | Apr 20, 2019
Teaching Creativity and Why Jed Dearybury Hates Squirrels
Developing creativity in students requires teaching with some creativity ourselves. In this episode we talk with Jed Dearybury about both of those things, and about why he hates squirrels.
33 minutes | Apr 12, 2019
Creating an Equitable Education System with Josh Parker
Josh Parker, 2012 Maryland Teacher of the Year, shares how we can create a more equitable education system that serves all children.
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