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This audio podcast is comprised of interviews and solo shows focused on providing ideas and resources for K-12 teachers and school-based administrators. It is updated weekly.

Dr. Steven Miletto has been an educator in Georgia for 31 years. He has served public school families as a history teacher, assistant principal, and high school principal. In 2009, he was the Georgia Principal of the Year and a finalist for NASSP/MetLife National Principal of the Year in 2010. Currently, he is the executive director of the Heart of Georgia RESA.

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This audio podcast is comprised of interviews and solo shows focused on providing ideas and resources for K-12 teachers and school-based administrators. It is updated weekly.

Dr. Steven Miletto has been an educator in Georgia for 31 years. He has served public school families as a history teacher, assistant principal, and high school principal. In 2009, he was the Georgia Principal of the Year and a finalist for NASSP/MetLife National Principal of the Year in 2010. Currently, he is the executive director of the Heart of Georgia RESA.

    Helen Lee Bouygues: Critical Thinking, The Reboot Foundation, and The Benefits of Using Pencil and Paper in Math - 305

    Helen Lee Bouygues: Critical Thinking, The Reboot Foundation, and The Benefits of Using Pencil and Paper in Math - 305

     

    Helen Lee Bouygues talks about critical thinking, the Reboot Foundation, and "The Benefits of Using Pencil and Paper in Math" on episode 305 of Teaching Learning Leading K12, an audio podcast.
     
    Helen Lee Bouygues is one of the most successful women in business transformation. She has served as interim CEO, CFO, or COO for more than a dozen companies. She is also the founder of the Reboot Foundation, a columnist at Forbes, and working on a book on critical thinking. 
     
    A former partner at McKinsey & Company, Bouygues has helped transform more than 25 firms. Over the course of a twenty-year career, she has raised hundreds of millions of dollars in capital, renegotiated billions of dollars in debt, and brought dozens of companies into the black.
     
    Established by Helen Lee Bouygues, the Reboot Foundation is devoted to critical thinking. In a time of vast technological change, the Foundation aims to promote richer, more reflective forms of thought in schools, homes, and businesses.
     
    Bouygues has lectured around the world on business turnaround. She sits on multiple boards, including those of companies in the retail, manufacturing, oil and gas, renewable energy, and automotive-parts sectors. 
     
    She graduated magna cum laude from Princeton University and earned an MBA from the Harvard Business School.
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    The Reboot Foundation is devoted to elevating critical thinking. In a time of vast technological change, the Foundation aims to promote richer, more reflective forms of thought in schools, homes, and businesses.
    Practically speaking, the Foundation funds efforts to better integrate critical thinking in the daily lives of people around the world. It conducts surveys and opinion polls, leads its own research, and supports the work of independent scholars.
     
    The Foundation also develops practical tools for parents, teachers, employers, and others interested in cultivating a capacity for critical thinking.
     
    The Reboot Foundation is not a traditional foundation. They find potential partners through their own focused research and they do not accept unsolicited grants.
     
    Based in Paris, the Foundation is entirely supported by the generosity of Bruno and Helen Lee Bouygues. All of the resources developed by the foundation are provided without charge.
     
    Thanks for listening.
    Don't forget to share and subscribe.
    Enjoy!
     
    Connect and Learn More:
    https://reboot-foundation.org/pencil-and-paper-in-math/
    https://reboot-foundation.org/
    https://helenleebouygues.com/
    https://new.assistments.org/
    @RebootFndn - Twitter
    @rebootfoundation - Facebook
    https://www.forbes.com/sites/helenleebouygues/2018/11/21/how-critical-thinking-improves-life-outcomes/#69cae3964811
     
    Length - 33:22

    • 33 min
    Michael Arterberry: Working with Youth, Youth Voices Center, and His Book - Be Encouraged: 250 Days of Motivation and Encouragement - 304

    Michael Arterberry: Working with Youth, Youth Voices Center, and His Book - Be Encouraged: 250 Days of Motivation and Encouragement - 304

     
      
     
    Michael Arterberry is the Executive Director of Youth Voices Center, Inc. and the creator of the Power of Peace Program, a dynamic motivational speaker and the author of Be Encouraged: 250 Days of Motivation and Encouragement. This is episode 304 of Teaching Learning Leading K12, an audio podcast.
     
    As a teenager, Michael was fortunate to receive guidance from positive adult role models who helped him overcome adversities and set high expectations for his future. Grateful for the role these mentors played in his own development, Michael decided to dedicate his professional life to helping people navigate the difficulties of life and launch their future into motion.
     
    In founding YVC - Youth Voices Center - in 2008, Michael drew heavily on his understanding and empathy for the pressures and difficulties of the teenage years. In addition to his own experiences growing up in poverty, Michael has worked with thousands of teens in a range of settings over the past 24 years as a social worker and counselor. 
     
    Michael decided to form Youth Voices Center while working on the Alternative to Violence Project (AVP) in Green Haven Correctional Facility. Serving as a counselor in AVP, Michael was impressed by the progress of inmates who entered the program with plenty of hesitation and resistance and left the program raving about how much it transformed their perception of themselves and others. Realizing the power of this type of experiential program, Michael founded YVC and launched the Power of Peace program to transform the lives of youth.
     
    In 2010, Michael was selected to receive a USA Network Characters Unite Award, given to individuals who demonstrate exceptional commitment to combating prejudice and discrimination while increasing tolerance and acceptance within their community.
     
    In 2014, he was the recipient of the 100 Men of Color Award for leadership in education, government, mentorship, entrepreneurial success and community service.
     
    And in 2016, Michael was awarded the EDUCATOR OF THE YEAR AWARD from Y-COP, the Youth Community Outreach Program in Mt. Vernon.
     
    Michael is also the subject of his wife’s book, “God Was Holding My Hand,” in which Rachel Arterberry chronicles his journey of coming to know the Lord. Spanning from his tumultuous childhood, to a college football injury that turned into spinal cord surgery, Michael becomes self aware that God was holding his hand each step of the way.
     
    Lots to learn and think about today!
     
    Thanks for listening!
     
    Don't forget to share and subscribe.
     
    Enjoy!
     
    Connect with Michael:
    https://www.linkedin.com/in/michaelarterberry/
    https://www.facebook.com/YouthVoicesCenter/
    https://www.facebook.com/michael.arterberry
    https://www.michaelarterberry.com/
    https://www.youthvoicescenter.org/
    https://twitter.com/M_Arterberry
    https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCyQ3SLGIQjDVZ_kIqbgjpHg
    http://www.shakethedirtexperience.com/
    https://www.amazon.com/Be-Encouraged-Days-Motivation-Encouragement-ebook/dp/B07KQF3GWJ/ref=sr_1_1?dchild=1&keywords=Michael+arterberry&qid=1588016301&sr=8-1
     
    michaelarterberryllc@gmail.com
     
    Length - 44:54

    • 44 min
    Ido Kedar: Autism, Communicating, Writing Books, and his latest novel - In Two Worlds - 303

    Ido Kedar: Autism, Communicating, Writing Books, and his latest novel - In Two Worlds - 303

      
    Ido Kedar discusses autism, communicating, writing books, and his latest novel - In Two Worlds on episode 303 of Teaching Learning Leading K12, an audio podcast.
    Ido Kedar is with us today.
    He has autism and can’t talk.
    When he was a kid he and his family were told he would not be able to communicate independently, but Ido learned to do just that.
    Ido is the author of two books: Ido in Autismland and his most recent In Two Worlds.
    Ido in Autismland contains dozens of “short, autobiographical essays each offering insights into autism, symptoms, effective and ineffective treatments and the inner emotional life of a severely autistic boy.”
    In Two Worlds is a tale, that “sheds light on the inner and outer lives of children with non speaking autism.” In Two Worlds is one of “a few works written by a person with non speaking autism.”
    Through the use of an iPad and other devices, Ido has learned to communicate with others.
    Ido also serves on the board of “a non-profit group that advocates on behalf of all non-speaking humans.”
    Thanks for listening.
    Lots to learn.
    Please share and subscribe.
    Enjoy!
    Learn more:
    www.idoinautismland.com
    www.communicationfirst.org
    Length - 20:30
     

    • 20 min
    Michael S. Daigle Discusses Creating Characters, Writing, and his Latest Thriller - The Red Hand - 302

    Michael S. Daigle Discusses Creating Characters, Writing, and his Latest Thriller - The Red Hand - 302

      
    Michael S. Daigle discusses creating characters, writing, and his latest thriller - The Red Hand. This is episode 302 of Teaching Learning Leading K12, an audio podcast.
    For 33 years, Michael S. Daigle was a journalist and editor at several newspapers in New Jersey, Massachusetts, and Maine. He's applied his experience as a newsman to become an award-winning novelist. His newest book, The Red Hand, zeroes in on a serial killer that's tracked by a detective, Frank Nagler, as he solves crimes and tries to sort out his troubled life.
    "I like creating messy mysteries with lots of moving parts and layers of story," says Daigle. "It lets my detective hero, Frank Nagler lead the reader through the twists and turns."
    Daigle's modern mysteries are page-turners, filled with compelling characters and a setting that is more character than background. The hero detective is a recognizable American character. The Red Hand confronts the world of haves and have-nots. Nagler feels he is one of the have-nots, and it encourages his defense of common people. He shows how the impact of societal and economic change impacts a town and people.
    Great read!
    Lots to learn!
    Thanks for listening!
    Don't forget to share and subscribe.
    Enjoy!
     
    Connect with Michael:
    https://michaelstephendaigle.com/
    https://www.facebook.com/daigleauthor/
    @50eagle50 twitter
    https://www.linkedin.com/in/michael-daigle-80606311/
    https://www.amazon.com/Michael-Stephen-Daigle/e/B00P5WBOQC/ref=dp_byline_cont_pop_book_1
    Michael Stephen Daigle
    10 Aurora Street
    Phillipsburg, NJ 08865
    908.619.6393
    michaelstephendaigle@hotmail.com
    Length - 51:56

    • 51 min
    Brittany Riddick talks about her novel: The Writ 212 - A Faith-based, sci-fi novel - 301

    Brittany Riddick talks about her novel: The Writ 212 - A Faith-based, sci-fi novel - 301

     
      

    Brittany Riddick talks with me about her novel - The Writ 212. This is episode 301 of Teaching Learning Leading K12, an audio podcast.
    Brittany Riddick is the author of The Writ 212. She currently is an assistant principal at Shiloh Elementary School in Snellville, Georgia and has been in the field of education for over 16 years.
    When asked what has inspired her book The Writ 212, she said, “Being an educator for as long as I have has allowed me to see changes and shifts in students' behaviors. One of the biggest shifts is how much technology has impacted not only the field of education, but the actual student. It has become more obvious to me that students are growing more addicted to devices. They even appear to have ‘withdrawal’ symptoms when forced to do work that does not require a device. It is important, as educators, that we do not substitute authentic teaching and relationships for technology. We must have a balance. We have to get our parents to understand the importance of building relationships and not placing children in front of a screen. Technology is amazing, but I fear that our “abuse” of technology is having an adverse effect on our relationships with people, especially our children.”
    The Writ 212 is a faith-based science fiction book. It shows how the creation of an app leads to the end of the world by killing off a group called the YSW (Youth of the Second World). Jah, the creator, uses the app to destroy the YSW only saving two groups of people; the Elders (older people who don’t have much use for technology) and the unexposed (infants who have never seen technology). Jah uses these two groups of individuals to begin the Third World (New Age). But when a villager of the Third World finds a working device from the Second World, he unlocks secrets that cause a rift in what was once a peaceful community. The villagers of Eirene soon feel torn between their faithfulness to Jah or knowing the secrets of the Second World.
    Thanks for listening today.
    Don't forget to share and subscribe.
    Enjoy!
    Connect with Brittany:
    contactus@authorbriddick.com
    brittnicriddick@gmail.com
    https://www.instagram.com/authorbriddick/
    https://www.facebook.com/brittany.riddick.735
    https://twitter.com/AuthorBRiddick
    https://www.barnesandnoble.com/w/the-writ-212-brittany-riddick/1135745760
    https://www.amazon.com/Writ-212-Brittany-Riddick/dp/194792835X/ref=tmm_pap_swatch_0?_encoding=UTF8&qid=1584893760&sr=
    http://vmhmagazine.com/the-back-story-writing-socializing-the-writ-212-talking-with-author-b-riddick/
    https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCjvz85Rg_ctshTCdV5HYkyQ
    678-490-4837
     
    Length - 47:42

    • 47 min
    Jeremy S. Adams - Riding the Wave: Teacher Strategies for Navigating Change and Strengthening Key Relationships - 300

    Jeremy S. Adams - Riding the Wave: Teacher Strategies for Navigating Change and Strengthening Key Relationships - 300

      
    Jeremy S. Adams has just released his book Riding the Wave: Teacher Strategies for Navigating Change and Strengthening Key Relationships (Solution Tree Press, 2020). This is episode 300 of Teaching Learning Leading K12, an audio podcast.
    Jeremy S. Adams is a high school and University teacher living in Bakersfield, California. He and his writing have appeared in The Los Angeles Times, The Washington Post, The Huffington Post, C-Span, The Sacramento Bee, and numerous national education podcasts.
    Mr. Adams has won numerous accolades for his teaching and writing efforts including the 2014 California State Teacher of the Year Award (Daughters of the American Revolution), the 2012 Kern County Teacher of the Year Award, was a 2013 semi-finalist for the California Department of Education's California Teacher of the Year Award, and was a finalist in 2014 for the Carlston Family Foundation National Teacher Award.
    He was recognized in 2014 by the California State Senate for his achievements in education. He was a 2018 CSUB (California State University, Bakersfield) Hall of Fame inductee--the first classroom teacher ever inducted in the history of the school.
    Jeremy received his bachelor’s degree in politics from Washington and Lee University and his master’s degree in education (curriculum and instruction) from California State University, Bakersfield, where he was named the Outstanding Student in the School of Education.
    He is also an education speaker and has spoken to large education groups and conferences across the country.
    In addition, Jeremy is the author of Full Classrooms Empty Selves and The Secrets of Timeless Teachers. Today we are going to focus on his latest book, Riding the Wave: Teacher Strategies for Navigating Change and Strengthening Key Relationships.
    By the way, Jeremy previously appeared on Teaching Learning Leading K12 - episodes 123 (Full Classrooms, Empty Selves) and 103 (The Secrets of Timeless Teachers).
    Connect with Jeremy and Learn More:
    https://www.solutiontree.com/riding-the-wave.html
    https://www.solutiontree.com/free-resources/instruction/riding-the-wave
    @JeremyAdams6
    Jeremy’s Amazon Author’s Page
    https://teachinglearningleadingk12.podbean.com/e/103-jeremy-s-adams-the-secrets-of-timeless-teachers/ (103)
    https://teachinglearningleadingk12.podbean.com/e/123-full-classrooms-empty-selves-with-jeremy-s-adams/  (123)
    pd@SolutionTree.com - to schedule Jeremy for professional development
    https://theeducatorsroom.com/author/jeremyadams1976/
    Length - 1:06:55

    • 1 hr 6 min

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