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There are over 3 million full-time teachers in the United States. Add in part-time teachers, support staff, administrators, and board members, and you have a lot of people who have dedicated their lives to educate the lives of others. We believe in providing a platform where educators can gather to share, learn, and encourage others. Because at the end of the day, we are all Anchored in Education.

Anchored in Education Dr. E. Scott England

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There are over 3 million full-time teachers in the United States. Add in part-time teachers, support staff, administrators, and board members, and you have a lot of people who have dedicated their lives to educate the lives of others. We believe in providing a platform where educators can gather to share, learn, and encourage others. Because at the end of the day, we are all Anchored in Education.

    Educators! Start. Your. Engines! with Charlotte Motor Speedway STEAM

    Educators! Start. Your. Engines! with Charlotte Motor Speedway STEAM

    We talk a lot about STEAM programs in our schools. There are a lot of great resources and programs out there for schools to utilize. But what about the STEAM that is right in front of us every day? I could name a variety of every day experiences that are teeming with Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, and Mathematics. But the first thing that stands out to me? NASCAR!
    Babette Huitt and Melissa Stirewalt, the program directors of the STEAM program at Charlotte Motor Speedway, join Anchored in Education today to discuss more about their program. Now in their eleventh year of existence, the STEAM program offers year round experiences to students in the many different areas of STEAM and NASCAR. Twice a year the CMS STEAM program hosts a STEAM Expo with 50 different stations, competitions, and other experiences for students. 
    After listening, head over to www.escottengland.com to get a link to and read more about the CMS STEAM program.

    • 32 min
    All Other Duties as Assigned with Ryan Donlan

    All Other Duties as Assigned with Ryan Donlan

    The role of the assistant principal is critical to the success of a school. Which makes the fact that we do not have any formal preparation program to help those who step into the role be the most successful version of themselves as an assistant principal. Too often we are not clear with how the assistant principal can best support the whole school. Now, we are blessed with a resource that will help change this.
    Author and educator Ryan Donlan joins Anchored in Education this week to discuss his book All Other Duties as Assigned: The Assistant Principal's Critical Role in Supporting Schools Inside and Out. Ryan uses the highest quality research paired with some of the best practical strategies to create a comprehensive guide for assistant principals. Drawing from his own personal experience as an assistant principal, Ryan discusses best practices in a variety of areas through 10 chapters such as managing time, building a positive school culture and climate, building relationships and capitalizing on teachable moments. 
    After listening, head over to www.escottengland.com to read more about Ryan as well as find a link to All Other Duties as Assigned as well as other links discussed on today's show..

    • 34 min
    Discipline Win with Andy Jacks

    Discipline Win with Andy Jacks

    Discipline has always been an integral part of the education process. That is not the same as saying all discipline practices are effective and contributing to improving student behavior. In fact, many times when we think of discipline, we immediately think of exclusionary practices. After all, this is what we're most familiar with.
    My guest today is Andy Jacks, author of the book Discipline Win: Strategies to Improve Behavior, Increase Ownership, and Give Every Student a Chance. Andy draws from his own experiences as a classroom teacher, the work he has done as an administrator, and even his own research he conducted as part of his dissertation to demonstrate that exclusionary practices are not only ineffective but actually hinder students. Join us on Anchored in Education today as we learn more about his book and how we can utilize the strategies he gives us to take a different, more positive and effective, approach to discipline.
    After listening, head over to www.escottengland.com to read more about Andy as well as find a link to Discipline Win.

    • 33 min
    Move On, Motherf*cker with Jodie Eckleberry-Hunt

    Move On, Motherf*cker with Jodie Eckleberry-Hunt

    Have you ever ruminated yourself crazy? Have you ever tried to control every aspect of every single moment? Do you find your place of employment to be less than desireable sometimes? Or maybe you engage in negative self talk. Sometimes we have to tell ourselves to move on. 
    My guest today is Jodie Eckleberry-Hunt, author of the book Move on, Motherf*cker: Live, Laugh, and Let Sh*t Go. Jodie, a certified pyschologist, has discover through her own personal experiences how to handle one of life's most complicated problems: ourselves. Join us on Anchored in Education today as we learn more about her book and how we can leverage evidence-based practices to improve our mental wellbeing.
    After listening, head over to www.escottengland.com to read more about Jodie as well as find a link to Move On, Motherf*cker.

    • 32 min
    The Unfinished Leader, Part 2

    The Unfinished Leader, Part 2

    This week, authors and educators Dr. Mike Lubelfeld, Dr. Nick Polyak, and Dr. PJ Caposey are back to continue the conversation about their book The Unfinished Leader: A School Leadership Framework for Growth and Development. Last week we discussed Empathy, Equity, and Adapting.
    Join us this week for part two as we discuss the last three sections of their book. After listening, head over to www.escottengland.com to read more about Mike, Nick, and PJ as well as find a link to The Unfinished Leader.

    • 22 min
    The Unfinished Leader, Part 1

    The Unfinished Leader, Part 1

    Finishing things in life typically provides a sense of accomplishment. As young children, we felt triumphant when we finished our supper. Runners feel that rush when they finish a run. And nothing beats finishing a good book. But when it comes to building our leadership capacity, finishing might not be what is best of us. 
    The idea of remaining unfinished was proposed to us by school leaders Dr. Mike Lubelfeld, Dr. Nick Polyak, and Dr. PJ Caposey. Together, these three wrote The Unfinished Leader: A School Leadership Framework for Growth and Development.
    Join us for part one as we discuss the first three sections of their book. After listening, head over to www.escottengland.com to read more about Mike, Nick, and PJ as well as find a link to The Unfinished Leader.

    • 26 min

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