Scott Frauenheim

Episode 146: Scott Frauenheim, COO of Distinctive Schools

Scott Frauenheim, COO of Distinctive Schools, talks about their school model, the student demographics, how they’re attempting to scale, and some of the challenges they face day to day that may be different from a traditional public school. Guest Bio: Scott Frauenheim has dedicated his career to building positive learning environments for students and educators, […]

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Rebekah Kim

Episode 144: Rebekah Kim, Principal of Midway Elementary School

Rebekah Kim, Principal of Midway Elementary School, talks about her family background, why she’s so passionate about low income communities and socio-economic change and diversity initiatives in elementary and high school level. We also talk about some of the blended learning initiatives that she’s a part of at Highline Public Schools. Guest Bio: Rebekah Kim […]

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Richard Culatta

Episode 143: Richard Culatta, Chief Innovation Officer of Rhode Island

Richard Culatta shares what he’s trying to do as the Chief Innovation Officer of Rhode Island in redefining how government works and how it functions to serve the people, and what it means when innovation is infused in K-12 and higher education. Guest Bio: Richard Culatta is a leader in innovation and education, and has […]

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Kevin Kelly

Episode 141: Futurist Kevin Kelly on the 12 Technological Forces that Will Shape the Next 30 Years

Kevin Kelly, author of “The Inevitable: The 12 Technological Forces that Will Shape the Next 30 Years, talks about these technological forces and change in general. We also talk about the ones he thinks may have the longest lasting impact on education. Guest Bio: Kevin Kelly is Senior Maverick at Wired magazine. He co-founded Wired […]

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Colin Gunderson

Episode 140: Colin Gunderson on What the Game of Baseball Can Teach Our Students

Colin Gunderson of Love of Baseball Podcast talks about baseball and Tommy Lasorda. We touch on experiential learning, the importance of curiosity and being open-minded to potential opportunities- things that are relevant to what we try to teach our kids. Guest Bio: Colin Gunderson worked for the Los Angeles Dodgers from 2000 to 2012, starting […]

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