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The Wired Educator Podcast

Kelly Croy: Speaker, Author, Artist, Educator

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The Wired Educator Podcast
The Wired Educator Podcast

The Wired Educator Podcast

Kelly Croy: Speaker, Author, Artist, Educator

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The Wired Educator Podcast: Becoming a Better Educator Now So You Can Make a Greater Impact and Enjoy a Higher Quality Lifestyle. The Host, Kelly Croy, is an Apple Distinguished Educator and Google Certified teacher. He has been teaching in the classroom for over 24 years. Kelly is a speaker, artist, author and educator.The Wired Educator Podcast will deliver content to help educators make a greater impact, be more productive, increase their efficiency, and improve their lifestyles.In this podcast I really want to emphasize my love and passion for learning and teaching. I truly want to make a difference in the lives of students and help inspire the next generation of educators. I share methods that I have learned from some of the most amazing educators around the globe on how to become a better educator, while expanding their classroom as a writer, speaker, and professional.There will be many guests on the Wired Educator blog. Thank YOU for listening!This podcast will share what teachers have discovered "works" in and outside the classroom.Teachers will also learn how to create a website, build passive income, budget, create podcast, design and market products and digital content.

Latest Episodes

WEP 144: Impossible to Possible, an Interview with Ray Zahab

In this episode of the Wired Educator Podcast, I had the privilege to sit down in person with Ray Zahab after his keynote at the Leadership and Learning Academy 2019 in Phoenix, Arizona. Ray is one of my heroes. I love how he connects with educators and students. You are going to love this episode. Than you for listening! Ray Zahab is a Canadian Adventurer, ultra distance runner and Founder of non-profit impossible2Possible. A recent recipient of the Meritorious Service Cross of Canada, Ray is an Explorer in Residence of the Royal Canadian Geographic Society, and Fellow of the Royal Geographical Society. In 2015 Canadian Geographic recognized Ray as one of Canada’s Top Explorers. He has ran 14,000+km across the world’s deserts, and completed multiple unsupported expeditions in some of the coldest places on the planet. On November 1, 2006, former “pack a day smoker” turned ultra runner Ray Zahab and two friends, Charlie Engle and Kevin Lin, set out on an expedition to cross the S...

28 MIN2 d ago
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WEP 144: Impossible to Possible, an Interview with Ray Zahab

WEP 143: Improving Your School's Culture, An Interview with Dawn Sayre

In this episode of The Wired Educator Podcast I interview Dawn Sayre about Improving School Culture. Learn about E+R=O, putting people first, BCD, Discipline over Default, and the 10/80/10 rule. Dawn emphasizes that we should create positive events for others. Before joining Focus 3, a team that helps organizations achieve their goals by building dynamic cultures, in July 2019, Dawn spent 23 years in public education. She is an experienced school administrator, a former teacher, middle school principal, high school principal and curriculum director who has implemented the Focus 3 systems at an elite level with her staff, students and school community. Dawn is a proud graduate of Otterbein (College) University where she was a member of the Women’s Basketball Team. She received her Bachelor of Arts Degree in Education. She then went on to earn her Masters in Educational Leadership and Superintendent License from the University of Dayton. Through her education and athletic experience,...

63 MIN1 w ago
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WEP 143: Improving Your School's Culture, An Interview with Dawn Sayre

WEP 142: Free Audio Book of My "What Everyone Needs to Know About Bullying" Read by Me!

In this episodeof the Wired Educator Podcast I read my eBook What Everyone Needs to Know About Bullying and make it an audible book, and more! I wanted this to be available so students, parents, educators and anyone could listen to it on the bus, in the car, at lunch, on a walk, workout, or doing chores with their headphones on. This is deeply personal but can really save lives.What is your school district doing to educate students, staff, parents and the community about bullying? Every month should be 'Bullying Awareness Month', and I wanted to create a free audio recording of my popular ebook resource for educators, parents and students to help out when a bully steps into someone's life, What Everyone Needs to Know About Bullying. So... that's what I did! This episode of the Wired Educator Podcast is me reading my eBook. I wanted this to be available so students, parents, educators and anyone could listen to it on the bus, in the car, at lunch, on a walk, workout, or doing chores ...

47 MIN2 w ago
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WEP 142: Free Audio Book of My "What Everyone Needs to Know About Bullying" Read by Me!

WEP 141: Build Relationships with Your Students, An Interview with Bianca Woodard

In this episode of The Wired Educator Podcast, I interview Bianca Woodard, Apple Distinguished Educator and awesome educator. We talk about building connections, rapport, and relationships with students. She shares her amazing story of becoming a teacher. Bianca emphasizes the importance of being intentional about building relationships with students over anything else. This is a great interview for everyone. Bianca A. Woodard was born on Fort Bragg, NC into a military family. She currently lives in Augusta Georgia and teaches AP Human Geography, government, and Economics at Midland Valley High School in Graniteville SC. She’s a graduate of Augusta University’s Pamplin College of Arts and Sciences where she obtained her Bachelors degree in History. She began her teaching career in 2015 after over 15 years in corporate America as a trainer and manager at a Fortune 500 Appliance Company. She’s an Apple Distinguished Educator and a Microsoft Innovative Educator. She’s Literacy and Gifted and Talented endorsed. She strives to expose students to culture through music, art, and literature through social studies. You’ll often find her at church where she sings and directs the choir, coaching basketball, listening to NPR, or watching the latest British costume drama. Her personal educational belief statement is “Teach with hope, faith and love because all students have the capacity to learn.” [caption id="attachment_963" align="alignright" width="198"] (paid link)[/caption] Mentioned in this Episode: What Great Educators Do Differently Conference: https://connectedd.org Apple Distinguished Educator: https://www.apple.com/education/apple-distinguished-educator/ Bianca's website: http://socialstudieschic.weebly.com Follow Bianca on Twitter: https://twitter.com/sstudieschic One of Bianca's most influential books: Caught Between a Dream and a Job: How to Leave the 9-5 Behind and Step into the to Life You've Always Wanted, by Delatorro McNeal II. (paid link) ———————————————————————– Kelly Croy is an author, speaker and educator. If you’d like to learn more about Kelly, or invite him to your school or conference to speak please send him an email. •Listen to Kelly’s other podcast, The Future Focused Podcastand subscribe. •Subscribe to The Wired Educator Podcast with over 135 episodes of interviews and professional development. •Visit Kelly’s website at www.KellyCroy.com. • Looking for a dynamic speaker for your school’s opening day? • Consider Kelly Croy at www.KellyCroy.com •Order Kelly’s book, Along Came a Leader for a school book study or your personal library. •Follow Kelly Croy onFacebook. • Follow Kelly Croy onTwitter. • Follow Kelly Croy onInstagram

48 MIN3 w ago
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WEP 141: Build Relationships with Your Students, An Interview with Bianca Woodard

WEP 140: Equity, Diversity and Inclusion in Education: An Interview with Ken Shelton

In this episode of The Wired Educator Podcast, I talk to educator, speaker and EDU consultant, Ken Shelton about Equity, Diversity & Inclusion in Education. Ken currently holds an M.A. in Education with a specialization in Educational Technology as well as New Media Design and Production. He has worked as an Educator for over 14 years and most recently taught technology at the Middle School level. As a part of his active involvement within the Educational Technology community, Ken is an Apple Distinguished Educator and a Google Certified Innovator.Ken has worked extensively at the policy level and was named to the California State Superintendent of Public Instruction'sEducation Technology Task Force. Ken regularly gives keynotes, presentations, and leads workshops, many of which are hands-on, covering a wide variety of Educational Technology, Career and Technical Education, Equity and Inclusion, Multimedia Literacy, Visual Storytelling, and Instructional Design topics. Ken is the IS...

57 MINOCT 15
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WEP 140: Equity, Diversity and Inclusion in Education: An Interview with Ken Shelton

WEP 139: Lead with Culture: An Interview with Jay Billy

In this 139th episode of the Wired Educator Podcast, I interview Jay Billy, the author of Lead with Culture. Jay offers fantastic insight to leadership and how to create a school culture where families, students and staff are excited to a part of it. Jays shares his ideas and knowledge on: Positivity Pledge, the major misconception about culture, accountability with staff, trauma informed schools, and so much more. This is an awesome interview. Jay Billy is the proud principal of Ben Franklin Elementary School in Lawrence Township, NJ. He was awarded The Exemplary Elementary Educator Award by the State of NJ in 2016. Jay is the Author of "Lead With Culture: What Really Matters in Our Schools." Click on any of the following books below to preview and order (affiliate links): Mentioned in this episode: Sponsor:Download this free Bulling Awareness resource for teachers, administrators, parents, coaches, and students: What Everyone Needs to Know About Bullying. Learn about Jay Billy's speaking here. Jay's book: Lead With Culture by Jay Billy: What Really Matters in Our Schools Jay's choice for most influential book: 1) The Power of Moments: Why Certain Experiences Have Extraordinary Impactby Chip Heath and Dan Heath 2) Teach Like a Pirateby Dave Burgess The book: Lead Like a Pirate by Beth Houf and Shelley Burgess ———————————————————————– Kelly Croy is an author, speaker and educator. If you’d like to learn more about Kelly, or invite him to your school or conference to speak please send him an email. •Listen to Kelly’s other podcast, The Future Focused Podcastand subscribe. •Subscribe to The Wired Educator Podcastwith over 135 episodes of interviews and professional development. •Visit Kelly’s website at www.KellyCroy.com. • Looking for a dynamic speaker for your school’s opening day? • Consider Kelly Croy at www.KellyCroy.com •Order Kelly’s book, Along Came a Leaderfor a school book study or your personal library. •Follow Kelly Croy onFacebook. • Follow Kelly Croy onTwitter. • Follow Kelly Croy onInstagram

59 MINOCT 7
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WEP 139: Lead with Culture: An Interview with Jay Billy

WEP 138: The Edupreneur, My Interview with Dr. Will Deyamport, III

Episode 138 of the Wired Educator Podcast is an amazing interview with Dr. Will, host of the Dr. Will Show Podcast. This is a powerful episode where Dr. Will and I explore successful 1:1 digital learning programs, how to really coach teachers, the future of education with online courses and so much more. Will Deyamport, III, Ed.D. is a District Instructional Technologist for Hattiesburg Public School District, serving grades K-12. He is also a digital transformation strategist, writer, podcaster, and documentary filmmaker. In 2016, Dr. Will was one of three educators selected as a Mississippi Spotlight Speaker at the Mississippi Educator Computing Conference and served as a Schoology Ambassador from 2015 - 2018. Dr. Will is best known for his work in assisting educators in going digital, and he has written for Schoology Exchange, District Administration, EdSurge, iNACOL, and TechEdge magazine. He holds bachelor’s degrees in Radio, TV, and Film and Child and Family Studies from The ...

73 MINOCT 1
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WEP 138: The Edupreneur, My Interview with Dr. Will Deyamport, III

WEP 137: Shake Up Learning, An Interview with Kasey Bell

In this episode I interview Kasey Bell, author of the educational book Shake Up Learningand co-host of The Google Teacher Tribe Podcast. This was a fun interview with a very genuine and caring educator. I know you are going to find tremendous value in this interview with Kasey. Kasey Bell is part sparkling smile, part witty personality and a whole heap of passion as big as a Texas--go big or go home, y’all! She is a disruptor of the boring. An engaging, innovative, from the heart sharer who inspires educators while transforming their teaching with original, timely and use-tomorrow ideas for student choice, differentiation, and technology integration. Whether it is learning from home through online courses, professional development, conference workshops or as a keynote speaker Kasey is a relentless innovator of ideas and a devoted transformer of classrooms and teaching. Through teacher empowering publications and award-winning educational resources at ShakeUpLearning.com, learner-dr...

62 MINSEP 23
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WEP 137: Shake Up Learning, An Interview with Kasey Bell

WEP 136: Transform Your Class, An Interview with Anthony Stirpe

In this episode of The Wired Educator Podcast, I interview Apple Distinguished Educator and ELA innovator, Anthony Stirpe. Anthony has been recognized for transforming English classes by inspiring student creation of innovative and authentic content. I am excited to share Anthony's story, passion and his amazing work with students. During his career, Anthony Stirpe has been acknowledged as an innovator and pioneer in the area of English Language Arts. With more than 15 years of experience as a public-school teacher, he has been recognized by local, state, national and international organizations for his ongoing endeavors to revolutionize the traditional ELA experience. While at New Rochelle High School he spearheaded an initiative that uses mobile devices to challenge the way that students learn. The program Stirpe helped to create has challenged the traditional English Language Learner classroom experience, and transformed the way students create original written content, analyze l...

43 MINSEP 3
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WEP 136: Transform Your Class, An Interview with Anthony Stirpe

WEP 135: Go Crickets! An Interview with Joe Sanfelippo

In this episode of The Wired Educator Podcast I interview Joe Sanfelippo. Joe is the superintendent of the Fall Creek School District and is known throughout the world for his viral One Minute Walk to Work videos. He is also the co-author of several awesome educational books including Hacking Leadership. Without a doubt though, Joe is BEST know for is absolute love and passion for his Fall Creek School District, students, teachers and community, The Crickets! You will absolutely love this interview. Joe is awesome. Dr. Joe Sanfelippo is the Superintendent of the Fall Creek School District in Fall Creek, WI. The Fall Creek School District was named an Innovative District in 2016 and 2017 by the International Center for Leadership in Education. He holds a BA in Elementary and Early Childhood Education, a MS in Educational Psychology, a MS in Educational Leadership, and a PhD in Leadership, Learning, and Service. Joe has taught Kindergarten, 2nd Grade, and 5th Grade. He has served as a...

44 MINAUG 12
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WEP 135: Go Crickets! An Interview with Joe Sanfelippo

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WEP 144: Impossible to Possible, an Interview with Ray Zahab

In this episode of the Wired Educator Podcast, I had the privilege to sit down in person with Ray Zahab after his keynote at the Leadership and Learning Academy 2019 in Phoenix, Arizona. Ray is one of my heroes. I love how he connects with educators and students. You are going to love this episode. Than you for listening! Ray Zahab is a Canadian Adventurer, ultra distance runner and Founder of non-profit impossible2Possible. A recent recipient of the Meritorious Service Cross of Canada, Ray is an Explorer in Residence of the Royal Canadian Geographic Society, and Fellow of the Royal Geographical Society. In 2015 Canadian Geographic recognized Ray as one of Canada’s Top Explorers. He has ran 14,000+km across the world’s deserts, and completed multiple unsupported expeditions in some of the coldest places on the planet. On November 1, 2006, former “pack a day smoker” turned ultra runner Ray Zahab and two friends, Charlie Engle and Kevin Lin, set out on an expedition to cross the S...

28 MIN2 d ago
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WEP 144: Impossible to Possible, an Interview with Ray Zahab

WEP 143: Improving Your School's Culture, An Interview with Dawn Sayre

In this episode of The Wired Educator Podcast I interview Dawn Sayre about Improving School Culture. Learn about E+R=O, putting people first, BCD, Discipline over Default, and the 10/80/10 rule. Dawn emphasizes that we should create positive events for others. Before joining Focus 3, a team that helps organizations achieve their goals by building dynamic cultures, in July 2019, Dawn spent 23 years in public education. She is an experienced school administrator, a former teacher, middle school principal, high school principal and curriculum director who has implemented the Focus 3 systems at an elite level with her staff, students and school community. Dawn is a proud graduate of Otterbein (College) University where she was a member of the Women’s Basketball Team. She received her Bachelor of Arts Degree in Education. She then went on to earn her Masters in Educational Leadership and Superintendent License from the University of Dayton. Through her education and athletic experience,...

63 MIN1 w ago
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WEP 143: Improving Your School's Culture, An Interview with Dawn Sayre

WEP 142: Free Audio Book of My "What Everyone Needs to Know About Bullying" Read by Me!

In this episodeof the Wired Educator Podcast I read my eBook What Everyone Needs to Know About Bullying and make it an audible book, and more! I wanted this to be available so students, parents, educators and anyone could listen to it on the bus, in the car, at lunch, on a walk, workout, or doing chores with their headphones on. This is deeply personal but can really save lives.What is your school district doing to educate students, staff, parents and the community about bullying? Every month should be 'Bullying Awareness Month', and I wanted to create a free audio recording of my popular ebook resource for educators, parents and students to help out when a bully steps into someone's life, What Everyone Needs to Know About Bullying. So... that's what I did! This episode of the Wired Educator Podcast is me reading my eBook. I wanted this to be available so students, parents, educators and anyone could listen to it on the bus, in the car, at lunch, on a walk, workout, or doing chores ...

47 MIN2 w ago
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WEP 142: Free Audio Book of My "What Everyone Needs to Know About Bullying" Read by Me!

WEP 141: Build Relationships with Your Students, An Interview with Bianca Woodard

In this episode of The Wired Educator Podcast, I interview Bianca Woodard, Apple Distinguished Educator and awesome educator. We talk about building connections, rapport, and relationships with students. She shares her amazing story of becoming a teacher. Bianca emphasizes the importance of being intentional about building relationships with students over anything else. This is a great interview for everyone. Bianca A. Woodard was born on Fort Bragg, NC into a military family. She currently lives in Augusta Georgia and teaches AP Human Geography, government, and Economics at Midland Valley High School in Graniteville SC. She’s a graduate of Augusta University’s Pamplin College of Arts and Sciences where she obtained her Bachelors degree in History. She began her teaching career in 2015 after over 15 years in corporate America as a trainer and manager at a Fortune 500 Appliance Company. She’s an Apple Distinguished Educator and a Microsoft Innovative Educator. She’s Literacy and Gifted and Talented endorsed. She strives to expose students to culture through music, art, and literature through social studies. You’ll often find her at church where she sings and directs the choir, coaching basketball, listening to NPR, or watching the latest British costume drama. Her personal educational belief statement is “Teach with hope, faith and love because all students have the capacity to learn.” [caption id="attachment_963" align="alignright" width="198"] (paid link)[/caption] Mentioned in this Episode: What Great Educators Do Differently Conference: https://connectedd.org Apple Distinguished Educator: https://www.apple.com/education/apple-distinguished-educator/ Bianca's website: http://socialstudieschic.weebly.com Follow Bianca on Twitter: https://twitter.com/sstudieschic One of Bianca's most influential books: Caught Between a Dream and a Job: How to Leave the 9-5 Behind and Step into the to Life You've Always Wanted, by Delatorro McNeal II. (paid link) ———————————————————————– Kelly Croy is an author, speaker and educator. If you’d like to learn more about Kelly, or invite him to your school or conference to speak please send him an email. •Listen to Kelly’s other podcast, The Future Focused Podcastand subscribe. •Subscribe to The Wired Educator Podcast with over 135 episodes of interviews and professional development. •Visit Kelly’s website at www.KellyCroy.com. • Looking for a dynamic speaker for your school’s opening day? • Consider Kelly Croy at www.KellyCroy.com •Order Kelly’s book, Along Came a Leader for a school book study or your personal library. •Follow Kelly Croy onFacebook. • Follow Kelly Croy onTwitter. • Follow Kelly Croy onInstagram

48 MIN3 w ago
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WEP 141: Build Relationships with Your Students, An Interview with Bianca Woodard

WEP 140: Equity, Diversity and Inclusion in Education: An Interview with Ken Shelton

In this episode of The Wired Educator Podcast, I talk to educator, speaker and EDU consultant, Ken Shelton about Equity, Diversity & Inclusion in Education. Ken currently holds an M.A. in Education with a specialization in Educational Technology as well as New Media Design and Production. He has worked as an Educator for over 14 years and most recently taught technology at the Middle School level. As a part of his active involvement within the Educational Technology community, Ken is an Apple Distinguished Educator and a Google Certified Innovator.Ken has worked extensively at the policy level and was named to the California State Superintendent of Public Instruction'sEducation Technology Task Force. Ken regularly gives keynotes, presentations, and leads workshops, many of which are hands-on, covering a wide variety of Educational Technology, Career and Technical Education, Equity and Inclusion, Multimedia Literacy, Visual Storytelling, and Instructional Design topics. Ken is the IS...

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WEP 140: Equity, Diversity and Inclusion in Education: An Interview with Ken Shelton

WEP 139: Lead with Culture: An Interview with Jay Billy

In this 139th episode of the Wired Educator Podcast, I interview Jay Billy, the author of Lead with Culture. Jay offers fantastic insight to leadership and how to create a school culture where families, students and staff are excited to a part of it. Jays shares his ideas and knowledge on: Positivity Pledge, the major misconception about culture, accountability with staff, trauma informed schools, and so much more. This is an awesome interview. Jay Billy is the proud principal of Ben Franklin Elementary School in Lawrence Township, NJ. He was awarded The Exemplary Elementary Educator Award by the State of NJ in 2016. Jay is the Author of "Lead With Culture: What Really Matters in Our Schools." Click on any of the following books below to preview and order (affiliate links): Mentioned in this episode: Sponsor:Download this free Bulling Awareness resource for teachers, administrators, parents, coaches, and students: What Everyone Needs to Know About Bullying. Learn about Jay Billy's speaking here. Jay's book: Lead With Culture by Jay Billy: What Really Matters in Our Schools Jay's choice for most influential book: 1) The Power of Moments: Why Certain Experiences Have Extraordinary Impactby Chip Heath and Dan Heath 2) Teach Like a Pirateby Dave Burgess The book: Lead Like a Pirate by Beth Houf and Shelley Burgess ———————————————————————– Kelly Croy is an author, speaker and educator. If you’d like to learn more about Kelly, or invite him to your school or conference to speak please send him an email. •Listen to Kelly’s other podcast, The Future Focused Podcastand subscribe. •Subscribe to The Wired Educator Podcastwith over 135 episodes of interviews and professional development. •Visit Kelly’s website at www.KellyCroy.com. • Looking for a dynamic speaker for your school’s opening day? • Consider Kelly Croy at www.KellyCroy.com •Order Kelly’s book, Along Came a Leaderfor a school book study or your personal library. •Follow Kelly Croy onFacebook. • Follow Kelly Croy onTwitter. • Follow Kelly Croy onInstagram

59 MINOCT 7
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WEP 139: Lead with Culture: An Interview with Jay Billy

WEP 138: The Edupreneur, My Interview with Dr. Will Deyamport, III

Episode 138 of the Wired Educator Podcast is an amazing interview with Dr. Will, host of the Dr. Will Show Podcast. This is a powerful episode where Dr. Will and I explore successful 1:1 digital learning programs, how to really coach teachers, the future of education with online courses and so much more. Will Deyamport, III, Ed.D. is a District Instructional Technologist for Hattiesburg Public School District, serving grades K-12. He is also a digital transformation strategist, writer, podcaster, and documentary filmmaker. In 2016, Dr. Will was one of three educators selected as a Mississippi Spotlight Speaker at the Mississippi Educator Computing Conference and served as a Schoology Ambassador from 2015 - 2018. Dr. Will is best known for his work in assisting educators in going digital, and he has written for Schoology Exchange, District Administration, EdSurge, iNACOL, and TechEdge magazine. He holds bachelor’s degrees in Radio, TV, and Film and Child and Family Studies from The ...

73 MINOCT 1
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WEP 138: The Edupreneur, My Interview with Dr. Will Deyamport, III

WEP 137: Shake Up Learning, An Interview with Kasey Bell

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WEP 137: Shake Up Learning, An Interview with Kasey Bell

WEP 136: Transform Your Class, An Interview with Anthony Stirpe

In this episode of The Wired Educator Podcast, I interview Apple Distinguished Educator and ELA innovator, Anthony Stirpe. Anthony has been recognized for transforming English classes by inspiring student creation of innovative and authentic content. I am excited to share Anthony's story, passion and his amazing work with students. During his career, Anthony Stirpe has been acknowledged as an innovator and pioneer in the area of English Language Arts. With more than 15 years of experience as a public-school teacher, he has been recognized by local, state, national and international organizations for his ongoing endeavors to revolutionize the traditional ELA experience. While at New Rochelle High School he spearheaded an initiative that uses mobile devices to challenge the way that students learn. The program Stirpe helped to create has challenged the traditional English Language Learner classroom experience, and transformed the way students create original written content, analyze l...

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WEP 136: Transform Your Class, An Interview with Anthony Stirpe

WEP 135: Go Crickets! An Interview with Joe Sanfelippo

In this episode of The Wired Educator Podcast I interview Joe Sanfelippo. Joe is the superintendent of the Fall Creek School District and is known throughout the world for his viral One Minute Walk to Work videos. He is also the co-author of several awesome educational books including Hacking Leadership. Without a doubt though, Joe is BEST know for is absolute love and passion for his Fall Creek School District, students, teachers and community, The Crickets! You will absolutely love this interview. Joe is awesome. Dr. Joe Sanfelippo is the Superintendent of the Fall Creek School District in Fall Creek, WI. The Fall Creek School District was named an Innovative District in 2016 and 2017 by the International Center for Leadership in Education. He holds a BA in Elementary and Early Childhood Education, a MS in Educational Psychology, a MS in Educational Leadership, and a PhD in Leadership, Learning, and Service. Joe has taught Kindergarten, 2nd Grade, and 5th Grade. He has served as a...

44 MINAUG 12
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WEP 135: Go Crickets! An Interview with Joe Sanfelippo
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