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Learning Through Leading Nick Sutton and Matt Jacobson

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Join Nick and Matt in conversations about the latest ideas, trends, and questions that have educators talking!

    Supporting Relationships with Mike Earnshaw

    Supporting Relationships with Mike Earnshaw

    Recently we had the opportunity to get to know Principal Mike Earnshaw, who also happens to be the co-host of the Punk Rock Classrooms Podcast. In this episode, Mike talks with us about supporting educators throughout the pandemic, his work with the podcast, and his new publication with EduMatch Publishing.

    Contact Info:

    Twitter: @MikeREarnshaw
    Web: The Punk Rock Principal Blog
    Punk Rock Classrooms

    Punk Rock Classrooms Blog
    Punk Rock Classrooms Podcast
    Twitter: @PunkClassrooms



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    • 36 min
    Focus on Resilience with Steve Wilder

    Focus on Resilience with Steve Wilder

    Nick and Matt reconnect with their friend Steve Wilder, discussing the effects of the pandemic on school and district leaders. Steve discusses the importance of maintaining and supporting resilience through times of challenge and change, and provides some great perspectives for school leaders.

    Contact Info:


    Twitter: @suptwilder
    Web: syc427.org

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    Understanding SOPPA with Tim McIlvain and Chris Wherley

    Understanding SOPPA with Tim McIlvain and Chris Wherley

    SOPPA - the Student Online Personal Protection Act - goes into effect July 1, 2021. Join us as we learn more about the law and tools that can help schools remain in compliance with it from LTC Executive Director Tim McIlvain and LTC Director of Technology Services Chris Wherley.  

    Mentioned in this episode: 


    Consortium for School Networking, or CoSN 
    Protecting Student Data Privacy, by Linnette Attai 
    NDPA: National Data Privacy Agreement 
    ISPA: Illinois Student Privacy Alliance 
    SDPC: Student Data Privacy Consortium 
    ISPA Database: Visit ltcillinois.org, click Services, and choose Illinois Student Privacy Alliance (ISPA/SDPC) 
    How to Use the ISPA Database (YouTube playlist) 
    All Things SOPPA (YouTube playlist) 
    Sign up for future All Things SOPPA webinars 
    Illinois State Board of Education (ISBE) Overview of SOPPA 
    Policy Services from the Illinois Association of School Boards 
    PRESS - Policy Reference Education Subscription Service 

     Note: Neither the Learning Through Leading Podcast nor its hosts receive any compensation for mentioning products or services during this interview at the time of recording.

    Disclosure: Matt Jacobson is employed by the Learning Technology Center of Illinois.

    Contact Info: 


    Learning Technology Center of Illinois 
    Twitter: @LTCillinois,  
    Web: ltcillinois.org 
    Tim McIlvain on Twitter 
    Chris Wherley on Twitter 

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    • 43 min
    Trust-based Observations with Craig Randall

    Trust-based Observations with Craig Randall

    Craig Randall takes a few minutes to talk with us about creating trust and providing support through administrators’ observations of educators’ classroom activities. In this episode, Craig outlines the process of trust-based observations and provides tips on how administrators can weave this into their daily roles as instructional leaders.

    Contact Info:


    Web: trustbased.com
    Twitter: @TrustbasedCraig
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    • 34 min
    Build Intellectual Curiosity with Georgie Koenig

    Build Intellectual Curiosity with Georgie Koenig

    The COVID-19 global pandemic has required enormous changes in the ways students learn and the ways teachers support them. In this episode, Dr. Georgie Koenig shares her views on the effects of the pandemic on students’ reading and writing skills and offers ideas that teachers can use to help students build intellectual curiosity. 

    Contact Info:

    Web: www.performancelearn.com/
    Twitter: @perform_learn and @GeorgieKo
    Instagram: performance_learn
    Facebook: PerformanceLearning
    email: georgieperformancelearncom

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    • 36 min
    Remote Classroom Management Ideas with Heather Dowd and Patrick Green

    Remote Classroom Management Ideas with Heather Dowd and Patrick Green

    Managing remote and hybrid learning experiences can be a difficult task for many educators, so we sought advice from two folks who quite literally wrote the book on digital classroom management. Heather Dowd and Patrick Green wrote Classroom Management in the Digital Age, and in this episode they share and adapt ideas in their book to our current remote and hybrid teaching and learning reality.

    Contact Info:

    Web:


    bit.ly/cmdigitalage - links to amazon book page
    cmdigitalage.com
    Follow the hashtag #cmdigitalage on Twitter

    Heather Dowd (Twitter, web, other social media, etc.)


    Twitter: @heza

    Patrick Green (Twitter, web, other social media, etc.)


    Twitter: @pgreensoup
    Patrick Green on YouTube

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Fantastic Discussions

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