|Episode 12: Women Leaders in Education: Peggy Brookins|
National Board for Professional Learning Standards President and CEO Peggy Brookins discusses her path as an educational leader. Her storied career as an educator includes many national leadership positions and accolades. Tch Laureate Crystal Morey interviews Brookins about her work, her leadership, and her inspirations.
|Peggy Brookins is President and CEO of the National Board for Professional Teaching Standards, and was named by President Barack Obama as a member of the White House Initiative on Educational Excellence for African Americans.|
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|March 24, 2017 Episode 11: We're All Teacher Leaders: Kristen SwansonEdCamp co-founder and Director of Learning at Slack, Kristen Swanson talks about leadership as part of the Women Leaders in Education series. Tch Laureate Crystal Morey interviews Kristen, a self-described curriculum nerd. We are all leaders, Kristen says, as she describes her path as an educator and pioneer in collaborative learning.|
|March 7, 2017 Episode 10: Women Leaders in Education: Linda Darling-HammondLinda Darling-Hammond is a leading light in the progressive educational movement. She sits down with Tch Laureate Crystal Morey to discuss pressing issues such as the teacher shortage, addressing inequity, and the critical role women play as leaders in the field. Tune into this first episode of our series, Women Leaders in Education.|
|February 15, 2017 Episode 9: #LoveTeachingWhat do you love about teaching? And how can you let the world know? Join Gary Abud, co-founder of #LoveTeaching, as he discusses why he helped start this annual outpouring of positivity.|
|February 01, 2017 Episode 8: Sarah & Friends with Sara KadjerSara Kadjer, professor of English Education at the University of Georgia, discusses her distinguished career — from middle school teacher to higher ed faculty. A pioneer in digital literacies and new media education, Sara talks about the complexities of the world today and the important role teachers play in helping young people navigate them. Through it all, Sara is inspired by the joy of working with children and witnessing their learning. "Real innovation is not in response to anyone's edict."|
|January 18, 2017 Episode 7: Sarah & Friends with Meenoo RamiMeenoo Rami has taught high school English in Philadelphia, written the book Thrive: 5 Ways to (Re)Invigorate Your Teaching, and is now the Education Manager for Minecraft, the wildly popular virtual building game. Sarah Brown Wessling talks with Meenoo about her work in education over the years, with a special emphasis on being new to the profession in this episode of the series Sarah and Friends.|
|December 7, 2016 Episode 6: Social & Emotional Learning as a Dedicated ClassIn Part Two of our series on Social & Emotional Learning (SEL), R. Keeth Matheny shares his experience as a high school teacher with a dedicated freshman course for SEL (see Infusing Social and Emotional Learning in the Classroom for an advisory angle). How do you get started? What resources are available? And, in an ideal world, what should all students receive as far as SEL curriculum? These are just a few of the questions he answers in this episode.|
|December 1, 2016 Episode 5: Sarah and Friends with Shawn SheehanIn the Tch Talk Series "Sarah and Friends," Tch Laureate Sarah Brown Wessling catches up with Oklahoma State Teacher of the Year Shawn Sheehan to hear his advice to his first-year teacher self.|
|November 9, 2016 Episode 4: Infusing SEL In the ClassroomCreating a classroom that includes social and emotional learning can start tomorrow. Join Minnesota 2013 Teacher of the Year Megan Hall as she shares tips and strategies for getting started.|
|October 26, 2016 Episode 3: Sarah & Friends with Leah AlcalaLeah Alcala, well known to the Teaching Channel community from her popular videos such as My Favorite No and Highlighting Mistakes: A Grading Strategy, talks with Sarah Brown Wessling about her teaching journey. Now a Math teacher at Berkeley High School in Berkeley, California, Leah recounts what she's learned over the years about the craft of teaching.|
|September 29, 2016 Episode 2: How Do You Teach About THIS Election?This is an election year for the ages. The rhetoric is at a fevered pitch, the sides are divided, and the issues muddied by inaccuracies, half-truths, lies, and innuendo. How do we help our students wade through the messages?|
|September 21, 2016 Episode 1: Sarah & Friends with Josh ParkerJosh Parker started as a substitute teacher — and nearly quit. Now, a Marlyland State Teacher of the Year, Josh talks with Sarah Brown Wessling about his first year of teaching, part of the launch of our Tch Talks podcast.|
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