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BlueSky Education with Ally Sousa

By | July 8, 2024 |

Ally Sousa has worked in education for more than 16 years and has a longstanding interest in teachers’ CPD and supporting ECTs. She’s a former teacher and currently leads the content creation at BlueSky Education where she works with a wide range of teachers to create professional development resources.Prior to joining BlueSky, Ally taught in…

Deaf Choices UK with Kathy Kenny

By | July 1, 2024 |

Deaf Choices UK support parents of deaf children to make the best CHOICE(S) for Language, Literacy and Communication. ​They believe that every deaf child and every family has a unique set of needs and DCUK is here to help you navigate and explore the choices that are available to you, so that you can make…

Past Present & Future – Celebrating 400 episodes

By | June 28, 2024 |

A kind of State of the Union episode with Mark looking back over the last 8 years and plans for the future of Education on Fire. To find out more about Ecamm the software I use to record my podcasts, videos and live streams visit https://www.educationonfire.com/ecamm You can use my affiliate link to get a…

Designing innovative, high-performing educational facilities with HED Design

By | June 24, 2024 |

Mary Ruppenthal is a registered architect and an Associate Principal at HED, one of the oldest and largest architecture and engineering firms in the country, with 400+ employees and annual revenues above $100M. They serve clients nationwide in a broad range of market sectors, including Healthcare, Higher Education, Mission Critical, Housing and Mixed-Use, Pre-K 12,…

400: Hacking School Discipline Together with Jeffrey Benson

By | June 17, 2024 |

Jeffrey Benson has four decades of experience as a teacher, mentor, and administrator. His work and publications focus on conflict resolution, restorative discipline, learning theory, trauma, inclusive classes, and staff and leadership development. He coaches principals, teachers, provides workshops, and facilitates school-change teams. He supports schools to be more successful with more students, rooted in…

399: Musical Storyland for CBeebies and BBC Teach with Jennifer Redmond

By | June 10, 2024 |

Jennifer Redmond – Producer, Digital and Learning at BBC Philharmonic Jennifer Redmond has worked in the broadcasting industry for over 20 years, across many different BBC brands and content areas including BBC Radios 3 and 4, Blue Peter, Entertainment and Factual, specialising in interactive content and audio production.  Jen is currently a Producer for the…

398: The Path to Equity: Inclusion in the Kingdom of Liberal Arts with Dr. Bill Coplin

By | June 3, 2024 |

Dr. Bill Coplin is an award-winning professor and founder of the undergraduate Policy Studies major at the top ranked Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs at Syracuse University. As a social innovator, Coplin is committed to transforming high school and college education into a well-rounded experience that promotes professional skill development for real-world application.…

397: Aggressive Optimism with Jenna Edwards

By | May 27, 2024 |

A unique coming of age story, Aggressive Optimism explores the complex landscape of mental health, the importance of solidarity, and the power of perseverance. ‘Nif is a talented singer trapped in a small hometown. Though she thrives in her choir, she longs for a life in Hollywood. After a breakthrough solo performance, her talents are…

396: Freedom Teaching: Overcoming Racism in Education with Matthew Kincaid

By | May 20, 2024 |

In Freedom Teaching, educator and distinguished anti-racism practitioner Matthew Kincaid delivers a one-stop resource for educators and educational leaders seeking to improve equity and increase the cultural responsiveness of their school. In this book, you’ll discover the meaning and fundamentals of anti-racist education and find a roadmap to reducing the impact of systemic racism in…

395: Failure Free Reading with Dr. Joe Lockavitch

By | May 13, 2024 |

Failure Free Reading is an effective reading intervention for our students who have been resistant to phonics-based reading instruction. Dr. Joe Lockavitch, a former classroom teacher, school psychologist, university professor, special education director, applied reading researcher, is the author and developer of: The Failure Free Reading Program, Don’t Close the Book on Your Not-Yet Readers,…

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