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169: Make the Grade with Dr. Steven Greene

By Mark Taylor | October 26, 2020 |

Dr Steven Greene – the Success Doctor – is a life long educator, best selling author of “Maximum Education”, host of the mAke the grAde podcast, and online success community facilitator.His mission and focus are simple: to provide actions so his students can maximize their education.In 1997, he founded mAke the grAde Academic Services, which…

168: Pandemic Pods

By Mark Taylor | October 19, 2020 |

I discuss pandemic pods and how they can support you during this current Coronavirus outbreak. Pandemic pods can take a number of forms, including: Parents swapping care for each other’s children, most likely rotating the children between houses, with less of a specific focus on learning (perhaps for younger children) Hiring an online tutor to…

167: Standout Movement with John Walsh

By Mark Taylor | October 12, 2020 |

John Walsh is a best-selling author, speaker, coach, mentor and business advisor with a passion for helping students, young professionals, new executives and emerging businesses accelerate their potential and rise from “just starting” to standing out. As the President and CEO of StandoutX, LLC, he and his team work with other experts around the world…

166: Productivity tools for teachers

By Mark Taylor | October 5, 2020 |

Martine Ellis shares her top productivity tools for teachers and explains how using them can support your wellbeing. Martine is the voice of The Teaching Space podcast; a podcast for teachers and trainers who want to love their jobs and be amazing teachers WITHOUT taking work home evenings and weekends. By day, Martine is the…

165: GoFundMe book campaign for children is live

By Mark Taylor | September 28, 2020 |

The education system is broken and many young people are disillusioned with school. However, it is still an important part of our children’s future. So, how do we support them to be creative, inspired and passionate about learning so they can fulfil their potential? School is important because you need qualifications to access higher education…

164: GoFundMe book launch countdown

By Mark Taylor | September 21, 2020 |

Mark sets the scene for how Education on Fire is collating the inspiring content from three and a half years of podcasting to create a book for youngsters. Just one week before the GoFundMe page goes live Mark shares his thoughts and passion for the project and invites you to join him on this mission…

163: ClearMinds Education with Tana Macpherson-Smith

By Mark Taylor | September 14, 2020 |

Tana Macpherson-Smith founded ClearMinds Education in 2015 to combat the rise in mental health issues in children and teenagers. She has created an educational programme, Monkey Wisdom, which draws on her skills as a teacher, coach, storyteller and therapist to help children and adults alike, to easily understand how and why children are developing emotional…

162: Money and financial education with Pockets Change

By Mark Taylor | September 7, 2020 |

Pockets Change is a hybrid organization (s-corp and non-profit 501c3) working with K-12 and college communities across the country. They provide workshops, curriculum, and ongoing support where students, parents, and educators develop an understanding of their personal relationship with money, new ways of thinking and talking about money, and the skills to take action and…

161: Satchel – Online Teaching & learning tools for staff, students and parents

By Mark Taylor | August 31, 2020 |

ABOUT NAIMISH GOHIL Naimish is an award-winning entrepreneur and in 2018 was named one of the Edtech 50 – a group of individuals recognised as the best of the UK’s edtech industry leaders. His passion and dedication to the education technology sector is also demonstrated by the range of industry talks and events he is…

160: The Trust Revolution in Schools with Jeanie Davies

By Mark Taylor | August 24, 2020 |

Teachers are some of the kindest, most altruistic and smartest people on the planet yet they create some of the most claustrophobic and toxic cultures within which to work. Not with the children, but with one another. Why is this? How is this? What are the impacts? And, crucially, how do we resolve it?

I explore how to do this with author of The Trust Revolution in Schools – Jeanie Davies.

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