30 min

Well-Being for Each Student, with Jon Eckert The JOMOcast with Christina Crook

    • Society & Culture

Jon Eckert is a Professor of Educational Leadership at Baylor University. He taught and coached intermediate and middle school students outside of Chicago and Nashville for 12 years. After completing his doctorate at Vanderbilt University, he was selected as a Teaching Ambassador Fellow at the U.S. Department of Education, where he worked in both the Bush and Obama administrations on teaching quality issues. 
Dr. Eckert has conducted research for the U.S. Department of Education, the Carnegie Foundation, the National Network of State Teachers of the Year, the National Institute for Excellence in Teaching, and the Center for Teaching Quality.
In this episode, we discuss Jon’s newest book, “Just Teaching: Feedback, Engagement, and Well-being for Each Student,” the threats to effective education in today’s digital climate and teaching strategies to address digital distraction and disengagement to bring out students’ best.
• • •
Supported by JOMO(campus), Season 4 explores the landscape of students, smartphones and social media, asking global experts to explain the hard truths about the mental health decline among youth on campuses worldwide and inspire us with evidence-based strategies that will turn the tide. 
Get more JOMO at jomocast.com.
Book a JOMO(campus) discovery call at jomocampus.com 
Check out the new JOMO Goods shop at www.jomogoods.com 
Music by Thomas J. Inge

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Jon Eckert is a Professor of Educational Leadership at Baylor University. He taught and coached intermediate and middle school students outside of Chicago and Nashville for 12 years. After completing his doctorate at Vanderbilt University, he was selected as a Teaching Ambassador Fellow at the U.S. Department of Education, where he worked in both the Bush and Obama administrations on teaching quality issues. 
Dr. Eckert has conducted research for the U.S. Department of Education, the Carnegie Foundation, the National Network of State Teachers of the Year, the National Institute for Excellence in Teaching, and the Center for Teaching Quality.
In this episode, we discuss Jon’s newest book, “Just Teaching: Feedback, Engagement, and Well-being for Each Student,” the threats to effective education in today’s digital climate and teaching strategies to address digital distraction and disengagement to bring out students’ best.
• • •
Supported by JOMO(campus), Season 4 explores the landscape of students, smartphones and social media, asking global experts to explain the hard truths about the mental health decline among youth on campuses worldwide and inspire us with evidence-based strategies that will turn the tide. 
Get more JOMO at jomocast.com.
Book a JOMO(campus) discovery call at jomocampus.com 
Check out the new JOMO Goods shop at www.jomogoods.com 
Music by Thomas J. Inge

Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

30 min

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