The School Leadership Show
Summary: This is the School Leadership Show. Learn everything you need to know to thrive in school administration. The School leadership show is where ordinary school administrators become extraordinary leaders. The only podcast dedicated to helping practicing and aspiring school leaders realize their potential, advance their careers, and achieve work-life balance, The School Leadership Show brings together the greatest minds from inside and outside of education to deliver you the insights and tools you need to succeed in school leadership.
S3 E2 Distance Learning Playbook Part 1
S3 E1 Leading in Disruptive Times - Clarity and Communication
S2 E11 Don’t Shoot the Messenger
S2 E10 Engaging with Student Engagement
Teru Clavel is a comparative international education specialist, speaker, and author. Her book World Class: One Mother’s Journey Halfway Around the Globe in Search of the Best Education for Her Children, is a must-read for anyone interested in improving our education systems in the United States. Teru and I have a lively discussion about her experiences, what she learned about how different countries approach education, and the implications for our K-12 systems.
Jenn David-Lang of The Main Idea and I talk about critical feedback and difficult conversations. Our conversation is based on a chapter in a new book by Jenn David-Lang and Kim Marshall - The Best of the Marshall Memo Book One: Ideas and Action Steps to Energize Leadership, Teaching, and Learning. This is a wide-ranging discussion about strategies for having crucial conversations with students, colleagues, staff, and parents.
In this episode educator and author Kim Marshall (www.marshallmemo.com) and I talk about his new book co-authored with Jenn David Lang (www.themainidea.net) - The Best of the Marshall Memo Book One: Ideas and Action Steps to Energize Leadership, Teaching, and Learning. We talk about the structure of the book and how it will help busy school leaders grow and develop. Kim has offered listeners of this podcast a free copy of, “Chapter Two: Managing Time for Impact.”
Jenn David-Lang of The Main Idea and I talk about interviewing and hiring teachers. Our conversation is based on a chapter in a new book by Jenn David-Lang and Kim Marshall - The Best of the Marshall Memo Book One: Ideas and Action Steps to Energize Leadership, Teaching, and Learning. Specifically we discuss strategies for spotting candidates, reviewing and updating hiring processes, and developing interview questions.
S2 E5 A Conversation with Elena Aguilar
S2 E3 Transforming Education one Lever at a Time
S2 E4 Nerding out on Math Instruction
S2 E2 Transforming the Curriculum Through Art
In this episode I sit down with Mike Petrilli, the president of the Thomas B. Fordham Institute, and wildly prolific writer about education and education policy. We also talk about how policy can and and ought to policy into practice at the local level.
In this episode I sit down with Jack, a high school junior with an uncanny knowledge of film and pop culture. Jack is the co-host of The Everything Geek podcast (available in iTunes and @EveryGeekPod on Twitter), and he and I argue about the best movies where high school plays a central role in the story. Jack is one of the smartest and funniest humans I know. I hope you enjoy this back to school episode and that you have a great start to your school year.
I found Dan Rockwell’s blog Leadership Freak (www.leadershipfreak.blog) through The Marshall Memo. And now I’m hooked. His short but powerful blog posts have become part of my daily routine. During this conversation, Dan and I talk about the origin of the blog and his ongoing work with leaders through workshops, seminars, and individual coaching sessions.