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Noa Daniel asks guest educators to share their nostalgic, identity and pick me up songs. Through this songful conversation, we learn so much about the whole person. This is a project that came from Noa's classroom and one she continues to use and share to help students build skill, autonomy, community and connection.

The Personal Playlist Podcast Noa Daniel

    • Education
    • 4.7, 3 Ratings

Noa Daniel asks guest educators to share their nostalgic, identity and pick me up songs. Through this songful conversation, we learn so much about the whole person. This is a project that came from Noa's classroom and one she continues to use and share to help students build skill, autonomy, community and connection.

    P3 #126 Dr. Nicholas Ng-A-Fook

    P3 #126 Dr. Nicholas Ng-A-Fook

    Dr. Nicholas Ng-A-Fook is a Full Professor and former Director of the Teacher Education and Indigenous Teacher Education Programs at the Faculty of Education. He is actively engaged in addressing the 94 Calls to Action put forth by the Truth and Reconciliation Commission, in partnership with local Indigenous and school board communities. His teaching and research are situated within the wider international field of curriculum studies. As a curriculum theorist, he draws on different life writing research methodologies—autobiography, ethnography, oral history, and narrative inquiry—to co-create, support, and sustain culturally responsive, relevant, and relational curriculum with school leaders and teachers who seek to serve their different communities. He is a Past-President of the Canadian Society for the Study of Education, the largest research association in Canada. For his ongoing service to his field of study, in 2018 he received the Canadian Association of Curriculum Studies Ted. T. Aoki Distinguished Service Award. He is the co-editor for the University of Ottawa Press Education Series. Check out his podcast: https://www.fooknconversation.com/

    • 28 min
    P3 #125 Coach Adam

    P3 #125 Coach Adam

    Coach Adam is a Certified Master Practitioner of NLP (Neuro Linguistic Programming) His education includes being a Certified Hypnotherapist from Leidecker Institute in Chicago and an MBA from Capella University . Coach Adam’s The Extraordinary Me Program and 3 into 4 includes being a Mentor for the Illinois Youth Corrections facility Mentoring program and The Mental Approach program for over 12 years with Mike Ryan’s Fastball USA. Additionally, Adam has Mentored/Coached thousands of student/athletes on personal challenges with beliefs, approach, and mental blocks for over 15 years. Including 9 years of mentoring on Identity and Beliefs for Turning Point Counseling in Mokena IL .

    His passion for coaching & mentoring inspired him to write his first book You Are Extraordinary . The book not only reflects Coach Adam’s extraordinary mindset, its publication has been an aspired accomplishment of his. Coach Adam’s The Extraordinary Me Program Podcast (https://anchor.fm/coach-adam) features guests who are ordinary people who have chosen the Extraordinary. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YNcse-H6e1g&t=20s

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    • 31 min
    P3 #124 Kristen Nan

    P3 #124 Kristen Nan

    An educator for the last 23 years, Kristen Nan’s passion for building relationships with her students, colleagues, and community continues to ignite change for the better! Kristen has served as an emotional support teacher, learning support teacher, and classroom teacher from Pittsburgh, PA. She is currently a 3rd-grade teacher. With keeping a future-ready mindset at the forefront for every child, she has been recognized as an award-winning educator for innovative practices. Kristen’s book, “ALL IN, Taking a Gamble in Education” is co-authored by Jacie Maslyk and focuses on the importance of risk-taking, chances, and building relationships between teachers and administrators for the betterment of all stakeholders.
    you can connect with her by visiting her website at http://kristennan.com

    • 32 min
    P3 #123 Jenni Donohoo

    P3 #123 Jenni Donohoo

    Dr. Jenni Donohoo is a researcher, educational consultant, and international keynote speaker. Jenni works with systems, school leaders, and teachers around the world to support high-quality professional learning. She has a PhD in Educational Studies and has taught elementary, secondary, and post-secondary classes. She is also a four-time best-selling author including Collaborative Inquiry for Educators, The Transformative Power of Collaborative Inquiry with Moses Velasco, and Collective Efficacy: How Educators’ Beliefs Impact Student Learning and Quality Implementation- Leveraging Collective efficacy to make what works actually work with Steven Katz. Jenni’s areas of expertise include collective efficacy, metacognition, adolescent literacy, and facilitating collaborative learning structures. You can find Jenni on Twitter or look for First Educational Resources, and at the Jenni Donohoo Centre for Collective Efficacy at teacher-efficacy.com. You can also learn more about her and her work at jennidonohoo.com.

    • 26 min
    P3 #122 Rob Cannone

    P3 #122 Rob Cannone

    Rob Cannone has been a teacher with the York Catholic District School Board (YCDSB) for 10 years. In his time as a teacher, he has worked as a Junior and Intermediate teacher, Special Education teacher, and most recently, a Pathways and Careers Teacher. He is currently a graduate student at OISE where he is working towards a master's degree with a focus on Curriculum and Pedagogy.

    • 25 min
    P3 #121 Bernadette Taylor-Dolha 1

    P3 #121 Bernadette Taylor-Dolha 1

    Bernadette Taylor-Dolha graduated from the University of Windsor in 1986, with a B.F.A Honours degree in Acting. She enjoyed a successful professional career in both the U.S. and Canada in music theatre, commercials and voice work. In 1997, She received her B-ED with a "drama" specialty from York University and joined the staff at Arts@Baythorn as a drama and vocal teacher. She is the 2010, Toronto Star "Teacher of the Year! She shares her love of teaching through the arts with her husband Andrew Dolha who is the head of Drama and and Dance at Arts Westmount. Her daughters Adelaide and Audrey are proudly named after musicals. Bernadette believes that music belongs in the classroom.

    • 26 min

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