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In Fishing for Answers, we discuss educational topics focused primarily on developing 21st-century learning environments.

Latest Episodes

Episode 10: Will Richardson

EI had a great conversation with Will Richardson. To learn more about his work, check out Modern Learners and Change School. Thanks to Will, I was introduced to the work of Seymour Sarason. I readThe Skeptical Visionary and wanted to bring Will on to talk about Sarason's ideas. If you haven't found Sarason yet, I highly recommend you explore his writings.

70 MIN2018 JUN 13
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Episode 10: Will Richardson

Episode 9: Edward Deci

EThis is a conversation with Edward Deci, Professor of Psychology at the University of Rochester. Edward's work is focused on motivation. He developed Self-Determination Theory with Richard Ryan. Much of what we talked about was taken from theories described inWhy We Do What Do.We didn't get a chance to talk for too long. If you're looking for more information about his work, I encourage you togoto selfdeterminationtheory.org and to read his book.

47 MIN2018 MAY 3
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Episode 9: Edward Deci

Episode 8: Kim Marshall

EKim Marshall is the publisher of the Marshall Memo, "a weekly roundup of important ideas and research in K-12 education." He's been at it for 15 years. Prior to the Marshall Memo, Kim was a classroom teacher, curriculum designer for Boston Public Schools, and a school principal. We talked about content curation, teacher evaluation systems, the benefits of having kids challenge authority, and the importance of strong leadership. Kim brings a wealth of knowledge to the podcast. We're excited to share our conversation. Show notes to come...

116 MIN2018 MAR 30
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Episode 8: Kim Marshall

Episodes 7: Bea McGarvey, Part 2

EI sat down with Bea McGarvey for a second conversation. We continued discussing some of the topics from our first show and touched upon a few new ones.Bea is a great source of knowledge and inspiration. If you are in education and haven't read Inevitable, I strongly recommend you pick up a copy. If you're enjoying the podcast, please go iTunes and write a review. We've got a good amount of listens so far and your reviews can helpexpand the audience. Thanks!

67 MIN2018 MAR 20
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Episodes 7: Bea McGarvey, Part 2

Episode 6: Sherry Zubeck

ESherry Zubeck is the Director of Special Education Services for IU 13 in Pennsylvania. IU 13 is a service agency providing support to Lancaster and Lebanon counties. Sherry has a long career working in special ed in a variety of capacities. Wediscussedthe history of special ed and how it's changed, the potentialchangesto special ed as a result of ESSA, the role service agencies can play in supporting school districts, and the power of technology to support both general and special ed classrooms. We hope you enjoy the show.

92 MIN2018 MAR 9
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Episode 6: Sherry Zubeck

Episode 5: Scott Menzel, Superintendent of Washtenaw ISD

EScott Menzel is the Superintendent of Washtenaw ISD(WISD), a service agency in Michigan that supports over 45,000 students in 9 counties. WISD has a strong commitment to equity, inclusion, and social justice. We talk about the importance of early childhood ed, the career part of the more frequently used term, college and career readiness, and equity and technology. These are such important topics not just for education but for the well-being of our society and Scott and I only scratch the surface. If you're interested in learning more, I highly recommend you browse WISD's website tosee the various projectsthey've have developed to address inequities in public education. Please do not hesitate to reach out to me if you have suggestions for guests for 2018. If you like (or do not like) the podcast, please write a review on iTunes.

84 MIN2017 DEC 22
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Episode 5: Scott Menzel, Superintendent of Washtenaw ISD

Episode 4: Karen, Glen, and Matt Discuss Education Topics

EJoin us for an hour-long conversation about a few education topics we think are interesting, and we think you'll find them interesting too. We hope you enjoy the show.

61 MIN2017 NOV 18
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Episode 4: Karen, Glen, and Matt Discuss Education Topics

Episode 3: Bea McGarvey

EGlen and I had a great conversation about school reform with Bea McGarvey, co-author of Inevitable and Inevitable Too!. We talk about Mass Customized Learning, strong leadership, the power of language, the importance of productivity, and growth mindset. During the show, Bea references three books that she finds to be critical reads for folks interested in school reform: Mindset, Drive, and Why We Do What We Do. Enjoy.

106 MIN2017 NOV 3
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Episode 3: Bea McGarvey

Episode 2: Rich Allen and Genevieve Hartman

EGenevieve Hartman is the VP of Research and Rich Allen is a Senior Product Manager at BrightBytes. Join us for what I believe is an interesting conversation. We discuss the development of the T&L module, the decision to makethe questionnaireanonymous, and how aCASE score is calculated. The primary focus of the conversation is system dynamics. We explore the holistic and interconnected nature of the CASE Framework, how multiple roles within a district can find value in various domains, and how those roles can work together to drive change within a district. They have a lot of insight to provide anyone interested indeveloping 21st-Century classroom learning experiences.

58 MIN2017 OCT 13
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Episode 2: Rich Allen and Genevieve Hartman

Episode 1: Susan Leddick & Joan Wade

EWelcome to the first edition of the Fishing for Answers podcast (formerly called the LC podcast). Your hosts, Glen Zollman and Matt Schneidman, were joined by Susan Leddick and Joan Wade, two experts in the field of ESAs - educational service agencies. In the inaugural episode, we look at what an ESA is, how its work differs from a school district or state DOE, how ESAs and other educational organizations can overcome the siloing of various groups and operate in a more collaborative environment. We also discuss the importance of measuring things that are hard to measure and touch upon the design process. We hope you enjoy the conversation as much as we did.

85 MIN2017 SEP 27
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Episode 1: Susan Leddick & Joan Wade
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Latest Episodes

Episode 10: Will Richardson

EI had a great conversation with Will Richardson. To learn more about his work, check out Modern Learners and Change School. Thanks to Will, I was introduced to the work of Seymour Sarason. I readThe Skeptical Visionary and wanted to bring Will on to talk about Sarason's ideas. If you haven't found Sarason yet, I highly recommend you explore his writings.

70 MIN2018 JUN 13
Comments
Episode 10: Will Richardson

Episode 9: Edward Deci

EThis is a conversation with Edward Deci, Professor of Psychology at the University of Rochester. Edward's work is focused on motivation. He developed Self-Determination Theory with Richard Ryan. Much of what we talked about was taken from theories described inWhy We Do What Do.We didn't get a chance to talk for too long. If you're looking for more information about his work, I encourage you togoto selfdeterminationtheory.org and to read his book.

47 MIN2018 MAY 3
Comments
Episode 9: Edward Deci

Episode 8: Kim Marshall

EKim Marshall is the publisher of the Marshall Memo, "a weekly roundup of important ideas and research in K-12 education." He's been at it for 15 years. Prior to the Marshall Memo, Kim was a classroom teacher, curriculum designer for Boston Public Schools, and a school principal. We talked about content curation, teacher evaluation systems, the benefits of having kids challenge authority, and the importance of strong leadership. Kim brings a wealth of knowledge to the podcast. We're excited to share our conversation. Show notes to come...

116 MIN2018 MAR 30
Comments
Episode 8: Kim Marshall

Episodes 7: Bea McGarvey, Part 2

EI sat down with Bea McGarvey for a second conversation. We continued discussing some of the topics from our first show and touched upon a few new ones.Bea is a great source of knowledge and inspiration. If you are in education and haven't read Inevitable, I strongly recommend you pick up a copy. If you're enjoying the podcast, please go iTunes and write a review. We've got a good amount of listens so far and your reviews can helpexpand the audience. Thanks!

67 MIN2018 MAR 20
Comments
Episodes 7: Bea McGarvey, Part 2

Episode 6: Sherry Zubeck

ESherry Zubeck is the Director of Special Education Services for IU 13 in Pennsylvania. IU 13 is a service agency providing support to Lancaster and Lebanon counties. Sherry has a long career working in special ed in a variety of capacities. Wediscussedthe history of special ed and how it's changed, the potentialchangesto special ed as a result of ESSA, the role service agencies can play in supporting school districts, and the power of technology to support both general and special ed classrooms. We hope you enjoy the show.

92 MIN2018 MAR 9
Comments
Episode 6: Sherry Zubeck

Episode 5: Scott Menzel, Superintendent of Washtenaw ISD

EScott Menzel is the Superintendent of Washtenaw ISD(WISD), a service agency in Michigan that supports over 45,000 students in 9 counties. WISD has a strong commitment to equity, inclusion, and social justice. We talk about the importance of early childhood ed, the career part of the more frequently used term, college and career readiness, and equity and technology. These are such important topics not just for education but for the well-being of our society and Scott and I only scratch the surface. If you're interested in learning more, I highly recommend you browse WISD's website tosee the various projectsthey've have developed to address inequities in public education. Please do not hesitate to reach out to me if you have suggestions for guests for 2018. If you like (or do not like) the podcast, please write a review on iTunes.

84 MIN2017 DEC 22
Comments
Episode 5: Scott Menzel, Superintendent of Washtenaw ISD

Episode 4: Karen, Glen, and Matt Discuss Education Topics

EJoin us for an hour-long conversation about a few education topics we think are interesting, and we think you'll find them interesting too. We hope you enjoy the show.

61 MIN2017 NOV 18
Comments
Episode 4: Karen, Glen, and Matt Discuss Education Topics

Episode 3: Bea McGarvey

EGlen and I had a great conversation about school reform with Bea McGarvey, co-author of Inevitable and Inevitable Too!. We talk about Mass Customized Learning, strong leadership, the power of language, the importance of productivity, and growth mindset. During the show, Bea references three books that she finds to be critical reads for folks interested in school reform: Mindset, Drive, and Why We Do What We Do. Enjoy.

106 MIN2017 NOV 3
Comments
Episode 3: Bea McGarvey

Episode 2: Rich Allen and Genevieve Hartman

EGenevieve Hartman is the VP of Research and Rich Allen is a Senior Product Manager at BrightBytes. Join us for what I believe is an interesting conversation. We discuss the development of the T&L module, the decision to makethe questionnaireanonymous, and how aCASE score is calculated. The primary focus of the conversation is system dynamics. We explore the holistic and interconnected nature of the CASE Framework, how multiple roles within a district can find value in various domains, and how those roles can work together to drive change within a district. They have a lot of insight to provide anyone interested indeveloping 21st-Century classroom learning experiences.

58 MIN2017 OCT 13
Comments
Episode 2: Rich Allen and Genevieve Hartman

Episode 1: Susan Leddick & Joan Wade

EWelcome to the first edition of the Fishing for Answers podcast (formerly called the LC podcast). Your hosts, Glen Zollman and Matt Schneidman, were joined by Susan Leddick and Joan Wade, two experts in the field of ESAs - educational service agencies. In the inaugural episode, we look at what an ESA is, how its work differs from a school district or state DOE, how ESAs and other educational organizations can overcome the siloing of various groups and operate in a more collaborative environment. We also discuss the importance of measuring things that are hard to measure and touch upon the design process. We hope you enjoy the conversation as much as we did.

85 MIN2017 SEP 27
Comments
Episode 1: Susan Leddick & Joan Wade
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