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MEP177: Developing Strength through Struggle with Mark Goblowsky

  As a child Mark had always been interested in learning about martial arts, its strategy and the philosophy that went with it. He first heard about the martial arts through an elementary school gym teacher. The stories were extraordinary. His interest blossomed to a fascination with ideas of training in martial arts to build […]

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MEP175: Stepan Mekhitarian, Blended Learning & Data Coordinator at LA Unified School District

Bio: Stepan Mekhitarian has been passionate about instructional technology since his first year in public education. He completed his doctorate on the skills and training needed to effectively implement blended learning and currently serves as Blended Learning and Data Coordinator at Los Angeles Unified School District. He has experience in both charter schools and traditional […]

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MEP174: Steve Kossakoski, Founder of the Virtual Learning Academy Charter School

Guest Bio:  Stephen Kossakoski is an experienced teacher, administrator, and educational technology leader. Dr. Kossakoski is currently the CEO of the Virtual Learning Academy Charter School, New Hampshire’s first statewide online virtual public school with the goal of providing students with anytime anywhere access to a rigorous, personalized education. Under his leadership the school has […]

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Episode 173: Kim Loomis, Director of Online & Blended Learning at Clark County School District

  Kim Loomis came to the Clark County (NV) School District (CCSD) more than 20 years ago, and has since worked with the Nevada Learning Academy at CCSD (NVLA) as a founding teacher, instructional designer and curriculum administrator. The NVLA is part of the CCSD and offers three programs to students in grades 6-12: A […]

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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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