In this episode we explore the importance of relationships in education. We interviewed several educators across District 64 to hear about how they promote positive student, staff, and community relationships.
Thank you to Kelly McCall, Tom Nasshan, David Szwed, and Dr. Olson for sharing your thoughts!
This episode features interviews with dozens of attendees of the 2019 Illinois Education and Technology Conference. You'll hear from teacher presenters and learners, administrators, conference organizers, and students about their conference experience and their thoughts on the state of technology in education. Click here for more information on our guests.
Kevin and Julie sit down with Learning Through Leading co-host Matt Jacobson on the floor of the 2019 Illinois Education and Technology Conference in Springfield. In this crossover episode, Kevin, Julie, and Matt discuss podcasting for students and teachers, district initiatives, and the IETC Conference experience itself.
Sam and Kevin sit with four members of the D64 Library Information Specialists (LIS) Team and discuss the roles of libraries in modern schools, innovations that librarians bring to their schools, and what's changed (or hasn't changed) throughout the years.
We are at the end of the school year! During your summer break, how do you reflect on and decompress from the prior year, and then set goals for the next year?
In this episode of I'll Jump First we talk to Rebecca Keenan, a 5th grade teacher at Carpenter Elementary. We will talk about the Service Project that her students are involved in.Click here to learn more about the 10 Buck Challenge in Rebecca Kennan’s class. Official trailer for Open Your Eyes, the service project these students are involved in.