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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 twice a week.

Dr. Steven Miletto has been an educator in Georgia for 33 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 a regional educational service agency (RESA) in Georgia (US).

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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 twice a week.

Dr. Steven Miletto has been an educator in Georgia for 33 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 a regional educational service agency (RESA) in Georgia (US).

    Karthik Krishnan - Global CEO of Britannica Group - Reshaping Learning, Key Trends in Education, & Tools for Learning - 353

    Karthik Krishnan - Global CEO of Britannica Group - Reshaping Learning, Key Trends in Education, & Tools for Learning - 353

    Karthik Krishnan - Global CEO of Britannica Group - talks with me about reshaping learning, key trends in education, addressing inequities, and equipping kids with the tools for learning. This is episode 353 of Teaching Learning Leading K12, an audio podcast.
    Karthik Krishnan is  the Global Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Britannica Group. 
    He is also an Adjunct Professor at New York University’s Stern Business School and is on the World Economic Forum Network as a recognized expert in education, healthcare and media. 
    Karthik has previously collaborated with the William J. Clinton Foundation and was recognized by former President Clinton for his leadership in launching the Urban Enterprise Initiative. 
    He has been listed among the Top 100 global influencers in EdTech by EdTech Digest.
    Lots to learn today.
    Thanks for listening.
    Hey, it would be awesome if you took time to open the app that you are using to listen to me on and rated and reviewed the podcast. It would be fantastic if you did that! Pu-leeeease!
    Thanks so much!
    Enjoy.
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    Learn More:
    https://www.britannica.com/
    https://britannicalearn.com/
    https://twitter.com/KarthikOnTheGo
    https://www.linkedin.com/in/karthikkrishnan1
    https://corporate.britannica.com/press-releases/encyclopaedia-britannica-group-appoints-karthik-krishnan-as-global-chief-executive-officer/
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    Length - 57:00

    • 57 min
    Tiffany Mosher: Beauty Beyond the Threshold: How International Volunteering Saved My Life - 352

    Tiffany Mosher: Beauty Beyond the Threshold: How International Volunteering Saved My Life - 352

    Tiffany Mosher is the author of the Amazon best-seller, Beauty Beyond the Threshold: How International Volunteering Saved My Life. This is episode 352 of the audio podcast Teaching Learning Leading K12.
     She overcame battles with depression by volunteering overseas and nationally, helping people suffering from the damage brought by natural disasters. She discovered she can live a fuller life by giving back to others in need. She has gone out on several missions for the non-profit, All Hands and Hearts, including: Hurricane Maria Disaster Response in Puerto Rico, Hurricane Florence Disaster Response in North Carolina, and Earthquake Recovery in Nepal.
    Mosher also serves on the board of a non-profit, AidNow, volunteering as their International Missions director. She handles the logistics for international projects to help children in need. Project Fostering Hope provides infrastructure repair, school supplies, shoes, and materials needed for the indigenous Mayan community in Nuevo Durango, Quintana Roo, Mexico. She also coordinates logistics support for Project Jump Start, which provides clothing, shoes, school supplies, food, and health screenings for the 500+ homeless children within the Virginia Beach Public School system.
    For the past five years, Mosher has served as a logistics analyst for engineering and aerospace companies. She has a Master of Science in Human Security and Resilience, and earned a Bachelor of Science with a 3.9 GPA. She also trained at FEMA Emergency Management Institute.
    Tiffany, 38, has three children and resides in Virginia Beach, Virginia. 
    Lots to learn. You will be inspired. 
    It would be awesome if you rated and reviewed the episode on the podcast platform that you use.
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    Enjoy!
     
    Learn More:
    http://www.tiffanymosher.com/
    https://www.amazon.com/Beauty-Beyond-Threshold-International-Volunteering/dp/1636766374
     
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    Length - 25:05

    • 25 min
    Roger Sands - CEO of Wyebot, Inc. - Explains How to Apply for the Federal E-Rate Program and Describes the Crucial Technology Tools for Today's Students - 351

    Roger Sands - CEO of Wyebot, Inc. - Explains How to Apply for the Federal E-Rate Program and Describes the Crucial Technology Tools for Today's Students - 351

    Roger Sands - CEO of Wyebot - explains how to apply for the federal E-Rate program and describes technology tools that are crucial for today's students. This is episode 351 of Teaching Learning Leading K12, an audio podcast.
    Roger Sands is a co-Founder and CEO of Wyebot, Inc. Roger has 17 years of executive management positions in successful networking startups and Fortune 500 companies. Prior to Wyebot, Roger was the Business Line Manager for Hewlett-Packard’s WW WLAN business growing it from #6 to #2 market share. 
     
    Roger joined HP via the acquisition of Colubris Networks, a wireless startup where he held a number of executive positions including co-CEO and was instrumental in the HP acquisition.  Prior to Colubris, he was a GM at Accton Technology founding the enterprise wireless business and building it to #3 market share via 6 strategic partnerships. 
    Roger also held senior management positions at 3com, USRobotics and Bytex Corporation. Roger holds a Masters and Bachelors in Electrical Engineering at Northeastern University.
    Today, Roger and I are going to talk about the federal E-Rate program and the types of technology that are crucial to student's in today's digital environment.
    Lots to learn today.
    Thanks for listening.
    It would be awesome if you rated and reviewed the episode in the podcast platform that you are using to listen to the show.
    Enjoy!
    Connect & Learn More:
    https://wyebot.com/
    rsands@wyebot.com
     
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    Length - 49:07

    • 49 min
    Judith Finlayson - You Are What Your Grandparents Ate -350

    Judith Finlayson - You Are What Your Grandparents Ate -350

    Judith Finlayson talks with me about her book You Are What Your Grandparents Ate: What You Need to Know About Nutrition, Experience, Epigenetics & the Origins of Chronic Disease. This is episode 350 of my audio podcast Teaching Learning Leading K12.
    You Are What Your Grandparents Ate takes conventional wisdom about the origins of chronic disease and turns it upside down. Rooted in the work of the late epidemiologist Dr. David Barker, it highlights the exciting research showing that heredity involves much more than the genes your parents passed on to you. Thanks to the relatively new science of epigenetics, we now know that the experiences of previous generations may show up in your health and well-being. 
    Many of the risks for chronic diseases — including obesity, type 2 diabetes, high blood pressure, heart disease and dementia — can be traced back to your first 1,000 days of existence, from the moment you were conceived. The roots of these vulnerabilities may extend back even further, to experiences your parents and grandparents had — and perhaps even beyond.
    Similarly, what happens to you will affect your children and grandchildren. That’s why it’s so important to make good dietary choices, get a suitable amount of exercise and be cautious about exposure to toxins. Positive lifestyle changes have been shown to spark epigenetic adjustments that can lead to better health, not only for yourself, your offspring and their children, but also for generations to come.
    Judith Finlayson is a bestselling author who has written books on a variety of subjects, from personal well-being and women's history to food and nutrition. A former national newspaper columnist for The Globe and Mail, magazine journalist and board member of various organizations focusing on legal, medical and women's issues, she is also the author of over a dozen cookbooks. 
    Judith lives in Toronto, Canada.
    Lots to learn today.
    Thanks for listening.
    It would be awesome if you opened the podcast platform app you are using and left a rating and a review.
    Enjoy!
    Connect & Learn More:
    https://judithfinlayson.com/
    https://thriveglobal.com/stories/growing-old-gracefully/
    https://www.washingtonpost.com/health/what-men-eat-and-drink-may-affect-their-babies-health/2019/10/11/33d4aefa-da42-11e9-bfb1-849887369476_story.html
    https://www.facebook.com/Judith.Finlayson
    https://twitter.com/judith_finlay
    https://www.instagram.com/judith.finlayson/
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    Length - 50:59

    • 50 min
    Drew Vernon: Tonies, Innovation, Limiting Screen Time, and Child Development - 349

    Drew Vernon: Tonies, Innovation, Limiting Screen Time, and Child Development - 349

    Drew Vernon talks with me about Tonies, Innovation, Limiting Screen Time, and Child Development. This is episode 349 of Teaching Learning Leading K12. By the way, make sure that you listen to the end to get a chance to win a Tonie Box. 
    Drew Vernon is the U.S. marketing lead at Tonies. The Toniebox is a popular audio system that uses screen-free storytelling to introduce children to the wonders of imagination.
    Tonies originally launched in Germany in 2016 and is currently one of the fastest growing toy brands in Europe.
    As the US Marketing Lead at Tonies, Drew is looking to partner with schools and museums to bring screen-free education to children.
    Previously, Drew was the Brand Manager for The LEGO Group. He created Prescription for Play, building an unpaid network of over 2,000 pediatricians to reach half a million children with their first LEGO experience. In addition, he secured funding from top LEGO leadership, who selected the program to be a main social responsibility initiative for the company.
    He also worked with marketing research at P&G and brand marketing at Kao.
    Additionally,  founded and owned “Moppets Drop-in Child Care” which was Greater Hartford’s first state-licensed, pay-by-the-hour child care center. 
    In June of 2020...Drew was named  8 to Watch under 40 by the Wisconsin School of Business.
    Drew describes himself as “a disruptive innovation marketer with experience in beauty CPG, toy, and early childhood development.” (Consumer Packaged Goods)
    Great talk!
    Lots to learn.
    Tonies are amazing devices!
    Thanks for listening.
    So much to learn.
    Connect and Learn More:
    Send Drew a note if you would like to be entered into the drawing to win a Tonie Box. Let him know at Drew.Vernon@Tonies.com The winner will be randomly chosen from the submissions. Good luck!
    https://us.tonies.com/
    https://www.pinterest.com/tonies_official/_created/
    https://www.youtube.com/channel/UChus5wxPobM4f8lIcCYsaMA
    https://www.facebook.com/tonies.us
    https://www.instagram.com/tonies.us/
    https://www.linkedin.com/in/drewvernon/
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    or use check out code TLLK12
    and you will get 10% off your order and the podcast will get a commission. Thanks!
     
    Length - 37:51

    • 37 min
    Susie Harder: Helping Kids Who Stutter, Providing Assistance for Central California Creek Fire Families, and the Junior Author's Program - 348

    Susie Harder: Helping Kids Who Stutter, Providing Assistance for Central California Creek Fire Families, and the Junior Author's Program - 348

    Susie Harder talks with me about helping kids who stutter, providing assistance for Central California Creek Fire Families, and the Junior Author's Program. This is episode 348 of Teaching Learning Leading K12, an audio podcast. By the way make sure that you listen to the end to hear where to go to get your gift for listening.
    Susie Harder, M.A., CCC-SLP is an experienced clinician who devotes much of her passion to working with children who stutter. She works in private practice and the school setting to help support children and provides workshops and consulting-based support to school districts across California. 
    Susie has a history of designing and building successful programs. During her time in Fresno Unified School District (2011-2015), Susie designed and piloted a framework for 100 elementary schools, where specialty services successfully reduced student speech therapy time up to 5 years. 
    Most recently (2020), when the Central California Creek Fire started and children from her hometown lost their homes, Susie started brainstorming how to best support these kids. When she couldn’t find enough resources, she simply decided to create it. Within a week, she had written a children’s book themed around what these kids had just experienced, found an editor, taken a course on children’s books, and started looking internationally to find the best illustrator. Her child development skills guided her toward sharing this inspirational knowledge with kids.
    The Junior Author’s Program engages students from around the world in collaboratively writing a children’s book which will be sold to raise funds for families that lost their homes in the California Creek fire. Not only does it help students participate in a meaningful project, but the storyline of the book itself is written to help children heal and process their experience of losing their home in the fire.
    Thus, she created a unique platform to reinvent how children connect with literacy and books. Through the Junior Author's Program, children across the world vote to decide characters, setting, and story details of a book as it’s being created. Children get to see behind-the-scenes and connect with her through fun video posts and “Ask The Author Live” events, and are empowered by contributing to the content of the book from rough draft to published book on Amazon!
    Susie is full of positive energy, encouragement, and is an invaluable resource for anyone she works with.
    Lots to learn today!
    Thanks for listening.
    It would be awesome if you took a minute to open up the podcast app on your phone and gave the podcast a review and a rating.
    Enjoy!
    Connect & Learn More:
    https://www.juniorauthorsprogram.com/
    www.juniorauthorsprogram.com/TLL
    https://www.linkedin.com/in/susie-harder-b6416929/
    https://www.facebook.com/centralvalleystutteringcenter
    https://www.facebook.com/juniorauthorsprogram
    susie@valleystuttering.com
    https://www.centralvalleystutteringcenter.com/
    Length - 57:08

    • 57 min

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