Archive | March, 2016

David Miyashiro

Episode 124: David Miyashiro and Kari Hull from Cajon Valley Union School District

In this episode, David Miyashiro and Kari Hull from Cajon Valley Union School District talk about the amazing things they’ve done to go from a traditional educational model to one of blended and personalized learning with technology-enabled services. Guest Bio: Dr. David Miyashiro currently serves as Superintendent of The Cajon Valley Union School District. David was […]

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Steve Heath

Episode 123: Steve Heath, Executive Director of FabNewport

In this episode of Meet Education Project, my conversation with Steve Heath, Executive Director of FabNewport, revolves around liberating the maker intrinsic in all of us, the maker movement and its importance in experiential learning in and outside the classroom. Guest Bio: Steve Heath is the Executive Director of FabNewport, a  community-based non-profit that coaches […]

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Niyi Sobomehin

Episode 122: Niyi Sobomehin, Former NFL Player and Peak Performance Coach on Sports as Experiential Learning

In this episode of the MEP, former NFL player Niyi Sobomehin talks about the lessons he learned from his immigrant father, what shaped his mindset, and the strategies he uses to help his clients achieve their goals. Guest Bio: Niyi Sobomehin is a former professional football player. Born in Portland, Oregon, he played for Cleveland […]

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Anna Sperlich, Addiction Psychologist

Episode 121: Anna Sperlich, Addiction Psychologist

In this episode, I interview Anna Sperlich, an addiction psychologist helping women get over self-abusive food behaviors. She talks about why understanding addiction is so important, what it takes to set goals the right way, the things we don’t know about smart goals, and how this applies potentially in the classroom. Guest Bio: Anna Sperlich, […]

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