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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.

Sustainable growth in multi academy trusts – NAPE 053

By Mark Taylor | August 19, 2020 |

Since September 2015, Mark Lacey has served as Chief Executive of the Diocese of Salisbury Academy Trust. The trust comprises of eighteen academies, across Wiltshire and Dorset. The Trust serves 3,500 pupils and has a clear and active growth strategy as it seeks to drive forward improvement of its academies, the vast majority of which…

159: Award winning culture in schools with Hans Appel

By Mark Taylor | August 17, 2020 |

Hans Appel has worked as a counselor in the Richland School District for the past 19 years and at Enterprise Middle School since it opened. He’s passionate about school culture, servant leadership, and kindness. In 2018, EMS was awarded the ASCD Whole Child Award for the State of Washington and the Global “Class Act Award”…

158: Executive Function with Seth Perler

By Mark Taylor | August 14, 2020 |

If your child struggles with getting important things done, focus, organization, time management, grades, homework, starting & completing tasks, remembering details, or emotional regulation, they probably struggle with Executive Functioning.

Join Seth’s Free 3-day summit to learn how to better support your child from heart-centered experts and thought leaders.

Full details can be found at

157: The Visual Art Academy with Brenda Mullard

By Mark Taylor | August 10, 2020 |

Brenda Mullard has been a licensed art teacher for students in grades K – adult for over 20 years. She has just recently earned her certification as an Integrated Arts Specialist and been given the title of a distinguished educator. She believes that all children should be able to have the arts as part of…

156: 250 Days of Motivation and Encouragement with Michael Arterberry

By Mark Taylor | August 3, 2020 |

Michael Arterberry, Master Encourager, and Dynamic Motivational Speaker. As a teenager, Michael was fortunate to receive guidance from positive adult role models who helped him overcome adversities and set high expectations for his future. Grateful for the role these mentors played in his own development, Michael decided to dedicate his professional life to helping people…

155: How NLP can help you and your pupils with anxiety

By Mark Taylor | July 27, 2020 |

Ashley James is an entrepreneur, coach and podcaster. In this episode we cover how NLP can support us to understand and enable us to control our feeling of anxiety. Ashley takes us step by step through an exercise that shows exactly how we can take control. Knowing how the brain works provides the insights we…

Physical Literacy Programme with Beth Tweddle – NAPE 052

By Mark Taylor | July 22, 2020 |

As Britain’s greatest ever-female gymnast, Beth’s impressive achievements include being an Olympic Bronze Medalist, a triple World Champion, a six-time European Champion, a Commonwealth Champion and seven-times consecutive National Champion. Along with her unrivalled success Beth has competed at three Olympic Games; Athens 2004, Beijing 2008 and London 2012 – where she won Bronze in the Uneven Bars. In recent…

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