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EduRevolution

EduRevolution

By Michael R McCormick
We share a common vision to increase student voice, choice and well-being such that students can pursue their passions and attain their college and career aspirations. Guests will discuss their process for implementing change, lessons they’ve learned, a few failures along the way and their hopes for the future of education. Buckle up and be inspired to make changes in your school or district and join the EduRevolution movement.
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Deeper Learning and Systems Change: A Conversation with Linda Darling-Hammond
Dr. Linda Darling-Hammond and I sit down for a conversation about educational systems change, policy, Deeper Learning, and the three pillars of AASA's Learning 2025.  I invite you to give it a listen!! EduRevolution website: https://www.podpage.com/edurevolution/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/EduRevPodcast Guest Information Linda Darling Hammond https://learningpolicyinstitute.org/ https://ed.stanford.edu/faculty/ldh https://twitter.com/ldh_ed
36:33
April 11, 2022
Students, Systemness, and Spirit: A Conversation with Michael Fullan
Michael Fullan and I sit down for a conversation about hope and the opportunity to unite a nation through students and education.  We are at moment in history where the global pandemic, divisive political views, and glaring inequalities just might be disruptive enough to create an opportunity to finally (really) transform public education.  We discuss the path forward and provide a framework to unify and engage our communities by collaboratively building a Portrait of a Graduate (Learner), rooted in Deeper Learning and the six Cs: Communication, Collaboration, Critical Thinking, Creativity, Citizenship, and Character. Learning needs to be student-centered and the entire educational system should to be oriented in such a way that students and teachers are liberated from the constraints that impede students from gaining the skills and dispositions to prepare them to solve the world's most difficult challenges. EduRevolution website: https://www.k12sharing.org/edurevolutionpodcast Twitter: https://twitter.com/EduRevPodcast Guest Information Michael Fullan https://michaelfullan.ca/ https://twitter.com/MichaelFullan1 https://deep-learning.global/
36:47
March 09, 2022
Learning 2025 National Commission Co-Chair Bill Daggett
Listen in as Dr. Daggett and I discuss an opportunity to finally bring our schools into the future and transform them into nimble systems.  Learning 2025 recommendations can lead to personalized and customized instruction and restore dignity and honor to teachers and the joys of learning when implemented system wide. Guest Information Dr. Bill Daggett https://leadered.com/team/bill-daggett/ https://aasacentral.org/learning2025/ https://twitter.com/rigorrelevance
39:48
December 10, 2021
Deep Change with Joe Sanfelippo #GoCrickets
Follow along on this episode as a couple of regular guys laugh about taking their systems though change.  Joe and I talk about the importance of affirming staff using a three step process of Recognizing, Acknowledging, and Extending.  We both firmly believe in the leadership mantra: motivate-not mandate!! EduRevolution website: https://www.k12sharing.org/edurevolutionpodcast Twitter: https://twitter.com/EduRevPodcast Guest Information Joe Sanfelippo http://www.jsanfelippo.com/ #1minWalk2Work
41:47
November 22, 2021
Redefining Student Success
Co-authors Suzie Boss and Ken Kay discuss their new book entitled Redefining Student Success: Building a New Vision to Transform Leading, Teaching and Learning.  Ken and Suzie provide a clear path forward for educators to solidify the best of what we've learned about 21st Century Education.  Let their book serve as your GPS for true educational transformation.  We discuss what it means to cultivate a "green light" culture, the unifying power of a Portrait of a Graduate, and how all students benefit from access to experiences that highlight self-directed, creative problem solving.  Be sure to click the links below to connect with Suzie and Ken and access free content. EduRevolution website: https://www.k12sharing.org/edurevolutionpodcast Twitter: https://twitter.com/EduRevPodcast Guest Information Ken Kay https://twitter.com/kenkay21 https://www.kenkay21.com/ http://redefiningstudentsuccess.org/ https://portraitofagraduate.org/ Suzie Boss https://twitter.com/suzieboss https://suzieboss.com/ http://redefiningstudentsuccess.org/
56:00
August 27, 2021
Teacher Appreciation & History Lessons with Phil Harding
Welcome to season two, episode one.  In this episode Phil and I discuss the early days of internet connectivity and the NEXT computer from Steve Jobs.  We also discuss the 4Cs, innovation, and the EduRevolution movement.  Finally, we express our deepest gratitude for teachers in this Back to School edition of the EduRevolution Podcast. EduRevolution website: https://www.k12sharing.org/edurevolutionpodcast Twitter: https://twitter.com/EduRevPodcast Guest Information Phil Harding https://twitter.com/pharding2
50:29
August 02, 2021
Deep Conversation on Educational Transformation with David Culberhouse
David Culberhouse gets deep with the challenges of transforming education.  He discusses organizational systems research and the importance of providing a psychologically safe environment required for innovation.  Learn about the concept of "folding what's happening on the fringes of organizations into the core."  In other words, moving beyond pockets of innovation to truly scaling best practices to improve educational organizations.   EduRevolution website: https://www.k12sharing.org/edurevolutionpodcast Twitter: https://twitter.com/EduRevPodcast Guest Information David Culberhouse https://twitter.com/DCulberhouse https://dculberh.wordpress.com/
50:49
May 07, 2021
#SisterCircle, Clubhouse and the Need for Better Schools: A Conversation with Pam Gildersleeve Hernandez
In this episode, Pam Gildersleeve Hernandez talks about the inspiration for #SisterCircle, a wonderful book study on ClubHouse featuring Adam Grant's Think Again and the power of being biliterate/bicultural as well the challenges of educational transformation. Finally, we spend time discussing the power of creating culturally affirming schools/classrooms where we acknowledge difference as a strength and understand that collaboration and creativity are enhanced when different perspectives are honored such that they contribute to superior solutions.  EduRevolution website: https://www.k12sharing.org/edurevolutionpodcast Twitter: https://twitter.com/EduRevPodcast Guest Information Pam Gildersleeve Hernandez https://twitter.com/pgilders https://pgilders.com/ https://www.instagram.com/pgilders/ #SisterCircle
51:59
April 25, 2021
The Birth of the 21st Century Education Movement with Ken Kay
Ken Kay talks about his early days in Washington DC as an attorney and lobbyist.  Then, how he built early coalitions on internet use and worked with CEOs of tech company giants to democratize consumer technology use across the nation.  Hear how this work ultimately fueled his passion to begin thinking about technology use in schools and the shifts necessary in pedagogy to maximize the benefit for students.  Ken was the founding president of the Partnership for 21st Century Learning, the group that developed the 4C framework.  He later founded EdLeader21, a member network of superintendents, and helped guide the development of the Portrait of a Graduate.  Finally, Ken shares his gratitude list and his next adventure! EduRevolution website: https://www.k12sharing.org/edurevolutionpodcast Twitter: https://twitter.com/EduRevPodcast Guest Information Ken Kay https://twitter.com/kenkay21 https://www.kenkay21.com/ https://portraitofagraduate.org/
44:14
April 09, 2021
Laughin' and Jammin' with Jon Corippo
Jon and I spend time talking about the power of mindset shifts in educators and the impact that can have on their sense of contribution and wellbeing.  Moreover, the positive impact a mindset shift can have on pedagogy and increasing student engagement and outcomes. EduRevolution website: https://www.k12sharing.org/edurevolutionpodcast Twitter: https://twitter.com/EduRevPodcast Guest Information Jon Corippo https://twitter.com/jcorippo https://www.eduprotocols.com/
33:04
March 25, 2021
Rockin' with Sonny Magaña
Which phase of teaching or leading are you in?  Are you sitting around the campfire strumming the guitar or are you rockin' like icon Eddie Van Halen?  Listen as we explore the #T3 Framework and share a path to implementing Uncle Eddie's advice for innovation. EduRevolution website: https://www.k12sharing.org/edurevolutionpodcast Twitter: https://twitter.com/EduRevPodcast Guest Information Sonny Magaña https://twitter.com/sonnymagana https://maganaeducation.com/
36:07
March 10, 2021
Jon Corippo and Sonny Magana
Jon Corippo and Sonny Magana kick off the inaugural episode of the EduRevolution Podcast! EduRevolution website: https://www.k12sharing.org/edurevolutionpodcast Twitter: https://twitter.com/EduRevPodcast Guest Information Jon Corippo https://twitter.com/jcorippo https://www.eduprotocols.com/ Sonny Magana https://twitter.com/sonnymagana https://maganaeducation.com/ 
47:51
February 27, 2021
Introduction to EduRevolution
Get ready to join the EduRevolution movement!
00:45
February 11, 2021