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370: Online mentoring program for tweens from I believe in Me

By | November 20, 2023 |

Katie, Becky, and Allie are three moms who know what it’s like to raise a family, with a total of 17 children between them, they are in the trenches of motherhood. But along with being a mom, with their education and professional backgrounds in business, health, and beauty, these 3 women came together to create…

369: ONVU Learning with Matthew Tiplin

By | November 13, 2023 |

ONVU Learning is a 360-degree video lesson capture system that helps teachers reflect, collaborate and analyse their entire teaching and learning process. It creates a community space where teachers can share best practice and learn easily with their coaches and peers. When Matt was an Ofsted inspector, he decided that something drastic needed to change…

368: More Than A Score with Alison Ali

By | November 6, 2023 |

Children are More Than A Score More Than A Score is here to change the way children are assessed and schools are judged. Primary school children in England are let down by a system that cares more about measurement than education. It’s damaging, and they deserve better. We want pupils to enjoy an exciting learning…

367: Positive Mindset Habits for Teachers with Grace Stevens

By | October 30, 2023 |

A former corporate girl, Grace quit her VP life to pursue her dream job as a public school teacher. After 20 years in the classroom, she now focuses full-time on helping educators have a more positive teaching experience. Grace combines her signature mantra, “Your energy teaches more than your lesson plans,” with two decades of…

366: Little Troopers with Louise Fetigan

By | October 23, 2023 |

Little Troopers is a registered charity supporting service children who have parent(s) serving in our British Armed Forces, regular or reserve. These children often face unique challenges including frequent house and school moves, as well as regular periods of separation from their serving parent(s) for varying lengths of time due to exercises, training, operations and…

365: The Socratic Experience with Michael Strong

By | October 16, 2023 |

Michael Strong is the most experienced developer of innovative educational programs in the US and the Founder of The Socratic Experience, an online school based on Socratic dialogue that emphasizes personalized and purpose-driven education for students in grades 3-12. His remarkable career in education spans over three decades, and includes creating many high-performance school programs…

364: Are you stuck? Try BREAKTHROUGHS with Keith Nelson

By | October 9, 2023 |

Keith Nelson’s academic foundations include a B.A. from Harvard, Ph.D from Yale, and stimulating experiences as a collaborative faculty member at Stanford, Graduate Faculty of New School for Social research, and the Developmental Psychology mecca called Penn State University. His teaching includes courses on Fostering Creative Breakthroughs. Basic theory-based research has been translated widely into…

363: Global Equality Collective with Nic Ponsford

By | October 2, 2023 |

After working in education for over 20 years as a teacher, school leader, trainer, and coach, Nic wanted to find an accessible means to make ordinary classrooms extraordinarily inclusive.  Nic is passionate about creating a level playing field for everyone in education, but especially those from underserved groups. In 2017, Nic set up the Global…

362: New communication strategies for parents of teens with Jeanine Mouchawar

By | September 25, 2023 |

Jeanine Mouchawar is a life coach for parents of teenagers. She helps make parenting easier by teaching new communication strategies that stop the battles and create a calm, peaceful home. Parents learn how to teach their teens cooperation, responsibility, and critical life skills to empower them for success. In the process, they create the positive,…

361: How children can become involved in documenting their own learning with Tapestry

By | September 18, 2023 |

Ben Case from Tapestry, an online learning journal used in thousands of primary schools and early years settings, has been working with teaching staff at Arundel C of E Primary School for the past two years to support the work they’ve been doing to encourage pupils to reflect on, and talk about, their own learning.…

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