Author Archive | Nick DiNardo

Episode 005: Christine Flanagan from the Business Innovation Factory

In this episode, Christine Flanagan joins MEP to talk about the potential of competency-based learning to provide new higher education opportunities for students, new school models, and how putting students behind the wheel in the classsroom could be education’s “secret sauce”.  You do not want to miss this episode! Chris Flanagan is a passionate advocate […]

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Episode 004: Dawn Casey-Rowe from William M. Davies Career & Technical High School

In this episode, Dawn Casey-Rowe joins MEP to discuss technology to improve teacher professional development, inspiring students in the classroom, and what the word “vendor” means to her.  Don’t miss this! Dawn Casey-Rowe is a renaissance woman!  Dawn is an experienced entrepreneur, teacher, writer, ed tech consultant and mother (most importantly!).  Dawn currently teaches social […]

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Episode 003: Seth Reynolds from The Parthenon Group

In this episode, Seth Reynolds joins MEP from The Parthenon Group’s education practice.  Seth talks to us about Teach for America, new school models, and his journey. Seth Reynolds is a leader in The Parthenon Group’s Education Practice. His extensive education experience spans for-profit and public sectors across K-12, post-secondary, and corporate training. He advises clients […]

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Episode 002: Shawn Rubin from The Highlander Institute & Metryx

In this episode, Shawn Rubin joins MEP to chat about blended learning, effective technology integration, and EdUnderground.  Don’t miss it! Shawn Rubin is the Director of Technology Integration at the Highlander Institute in Providence, RI managing the institute’s blended learning and technology integration professional development and consulting programs. Shawn organizes EdUnderground, a lab for educator exploration & innovation, […]

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Episode 001: Why I am launching the Meet Education Project

Everyone has an opinion on education.  Learning is personal, so many conversations become intense and sometimes divisive.  Its about family, preferences, preconceived notions, curiosity, experience, and many other factors.  One thing is for sure; education is important. The reason I am launching Meet Education Project is to focus on the amazing people behind the topic. […]

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