12 episodes

The Lead, Learn, Grow podcast is the intersection of leadership and educational technology. This podcast will highlight the importance of leadership and educational technology and how they can support the learning process. Lead, Learn, Grow guests will be leaders that use educational technology in inspiring ways.

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    • Education
    • 4.6 • 5 Ratings

The Lead, Learn, Grow podcast is the intersection of leadership and educational technology. This podcast will highlight the importance of leadership and educational technology and how they can support the learning process. Lead, Learn, Grow guests will be leaders that use educational technology in inspiring ways.

    Episode 11 - Learn: Justin Johnson

    Episode 11 - Learn: Justin Johnson

    Justin Johnson (JJ) is a small business owner and amateur boxer. He is the head trainer and owner at JET Fitness. JJ got started in the fitness field after working a number of jobs to keep his bills paid while he trained as a boxer. In this episode, we talk about the dedication it takes to be the best in combat sports, how JJ has worked through his own struggles with mental illness and how he's overcome the challenges that comes along with being bipolar, and how he's not afraid to work hard, grow his own business through dedication, creative marketing and branding, and his desire to be the best. Find JET Fitness on Instagram here: @JetFitnessOkemos

    • 45 min
    Episode 10 - Lead: Seth Edgar

    Episode 10 - Lead: Seth Edgar

    Seth Edgar has been in the security operations field for the past decade. He is an expert in technology leadership and is no stranger to the challenges of working in a technical environment. In this episode we talk about the value of having a plan in place should a data breach occur, a few simple reminders for employees to keep their data secure, and how to be efficient & effective when leading a technology department during remote work.

    • 50 min
    Episode 9 - Grow: Todd Bloch

    Episode 9 - Grow: Todd Bloch

    Todd Bloch is a successful middle school teacher who has spent 2 decades perfecting his craft. We talk about staying connected with students when away from the building, the importance of regular routines without the structure of a normal school day, and the value of distance learning. Find Todd on Twitter: @blocht574

    • 21 min
    Episode 8 - Learn: Kevin Hustek

    Episode 8 - Learn: Kevin Hustek

    Kevin Hustek joins Episode 8. He talks about the value of not disrupting the school day with technology upgrades, how to let your teachers know that you support them, and why technicians need be present in school buildings during the week. 
    Bio: Kevin Hustek is the Director of Technology at Warren Woods Public Schools in Warren, Michigan. Having spent more than 15 years in various positions in the technology services department as well as being a long standing member of MACUL and MSBO, Kevin brings a unique perspective to the table. Find Kevin on Twitter: @khustek

    • 57 min
    Episode 7 - Lead: Du Bui

    Episode 7 - Lead: Du Bui

    Du joins Episode 7. We talk about educational technology best practices, how video games can support the learning process, and the excitement and surprise of eSports at the high school level. Find Du on Twitter: @DueyBui

    Bio: Du Bui is an Educational Technology Consultant for the Jackson County Intermediate School District in Jackson, Michigan. His job is to plan educational technology training for teachers and to support them in any ed-tech needs they have. In addition, he also promotes and supports teachers with teaching practices such as project-based learning and blended learning. 

     

    • 33 min
    Episode 6 - Grow: Jessyca Mathews

    Episode 6 - Grow: Jessyca Mathews

    Jessyca Mathews joins Episode 6 on the Lead, Learn, Grow podcast. We talk about the importance of sharing your voice as an educator, how her practice has evolved over her career as a high school teacher, and how she inspires her students to find the perfect book. Find Jessyca on Twitter: @JessycaMathews

    Bio: ​J​essyca Mathews is a high school teacher in Flint, Michigan who has used her voice and her story to inspire students and move them to action. Jessyca has written poetry and a play to bring community and national attention to the Flint water crisis. Her students have been moved to use creative expression to channel their responses to the crisis. They have also developed collaboration with students in Lansing, Michigan, finding the power of their collective voices to advocate for clean water.

    She also is a blogger for Teaching Tolerance and has been nominated for 2017 Social Justice Activist of the Year with the National Education Association. She also is the 2018 Secondary English Teacher of the Year with Michigan Council of Teachers of English and received the 2018 Teacher of Excellence award from the National Council of Teachers of English. She currently is the Region 5 Teacher of the Year for the state of Michigan, and was a finalist for Teacher of the Year, MI, 2019-2020.

    • 47 min

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