57 episodes

There has been more change in education in the past 6 years than 60. Join the National Superintendent of the Year as he discusses a myriad of topics, reviewing everything from the latest tech trends to tips that you can turnkey in your position. Warning: it's a North-Jersey podcast; if you can't take some ribbing, go back to NPR.

Dr. E's SUPER reads Jay Eitner

    • Education
    • 3.8 • 4 Ratings

There has been more change in education in the past 6 years than 60. Join the National Superintendent of the Year as he discusses a myriad of topics, reviewing everything from the latest tech trends to tips that you can turnkey in your position. Warning: it's a North-Jersey podcast; if you can't take some ribbing, go back to NPR.

    • video
    Episode 50: the FINAL episode / “Closing the Door” / the new ‘Assholes in Education’ podcast!

    Episode 50: the FINAL episode / “Closing the Door” / the new ‘Assholes in Education’ podcast!

    It’s bittersweet to say that episode 5-0 is my last one. 50 books - 150 takeaways - countless tidbits of information. I’ll be reviewing my own book, but I also share my new podcast rolling out called “Assholes in Education”. The podcast will be focusing on teachers, administrators, colleagues, and companies that are, well, assholes. This podcast will not be for the weak at heart, as I’ll be covering every type of person ranging from “do-nothing teachers who make their own schedules to make themselves feel important to pedophiles to drunks to the useless. I am not sparing anyone or any organization. There are some really terrible and superficial people and organizations in the education space, and I’m going to tell you about them. All of them.

    • 8 min
    • video
    Episode 49: Go See the Principal by Gerry Brooks

    Episode 49: Go See the Principal by Gerry Brooks

    We’ve all heard horror stories from the Principal’s office. This is not that book. This book is full of smiles, tips, and tricks on how to handle life in school… most importantly in a positive way.

    • 5 min
    • video
    SUPERreads Episode 48: Crucial Conversations by Patterson, Grenny, McMillan, and Switzer

    SUPERreads Episode 48: Crucial Conversations by Patterson, Grenny, McMillan, and Switzer

    Crucial conversations could happen on a daily basis in your life, both in and out of the classroom or office. Knowing what to say and how to say it with parents, students, colleagues, or bosses is clutch for many reasons, but mostly for a sane piece of mind. Have a listen as to how you can navigate these conversations and place yourself in the “amazing communicator” slot.

    • 6 min
    • video
    Episode 47: P is for Pirate by @BurgessDave and @Burgess_Shelley published by dbc_inc

    Episode 47: P is for Pirate by @BurgessDave and @Burgess_Shelley published by dbc_inc

    Everyone could use a book full of educational magic and quotes to live by. Dave & Shelley Burgess put together such a book in 2014. Over 70 educators from all walks of life in a myriad of positions based in schools of various socioeconomic levels. This book will put a smile on your face. Check out my review of it.

    • 5 min
    • video
    SUPERReads Episode 46: Creative Schools by Sir Ken Robinson

    SUPERReads Episode 46: Creative Schools by Sir Ken Robinson

    Creativity and schools have often gone hand in hand over the past decade as we move onward in a progressive educational system, breaking away from the school designed to put students immediately into working factories or some other form of labor. Sir Ken breaks down the history of where we were and 8 chapters on where we are going and where we need to be. An asset for all administrators and those considering to go into the field.

    • 4 min
    • video
    Epsiode 45: The Power of Unstoppable Momentum by @MichaelFullan1 and @MarkEdw22

    Epsiode 45: The Power of Unstoppable Momentum by @MichaelFullan1 and @MarkEdw22

    Change in school is always hard, but technology infusion has made it harder. This episode breaks down the challenges of today’s learning and offers meaningful and achievable solutions to overcome them.

    • 6 min

Customer Reviews

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FINALLY... The Tub has come back... for a #Discussion

If you are an educational leader, this new podcast from an award winning superintendent is sure to put your mind at ease about the current state of education while at the same time, leave you with several questions about the state of education.

I'm looking forward to hearing more episodes of this show.

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We need more people to tell it like it is.

Refreshing, fun, and worthy of listening. Give it a shot!