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Episode 034: Dr. Lori McEwen, Director of Academics at Blackstone Valley Prep Mayoral Academy (RI)

  Guest Bio: Dr. Lori McEwen joined the Blackstone Valley Prep network support team after working as an Assistant Principal at Portsmouth High School. Dr. McEwen has also served as a middle school leader and an educational consultant for Teachers21. She has also conducted a large-scale program evaluation for the Ministry of Education in Canada […]

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Episode 031: Angela Maiers on “Choosing to Matter” and Student Agency

Guest Bio: Angela is a renowned former teacher, current author, speaker and the founder and President of Maiers Education Services, a consulting firm headquartered in Clive, Iowa. Her company provides just-in-time consultation services to schools, organizations, and individuals seeking to use technology and social media to leverage human capital and production goals. Under Angela’s direction, […]

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Episode 029: The “Teachers’ Design for Education” Project with Kirtley Fisher & Lindsey Messervy from the Business Innovation Factory

  Teaching is a tough gig.  We all know it.  Most of the time, there aren’t enough hours in a day to focus on details and also think about how to innovate on teaching and learning practices for the future.  So – what if there was a way to create a platform, based on a […]

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Episode 023: Dr. Tony Wagner on Creating Innovators

Our children’s’ work future is more uncertain than ever before.  According to the U.S. Department of Labor, 65% of grade school kids will end up at jobs that are not created yet. In an article titled “The Case for 21st Century Learning”, Andreas Schleicher, the deputy director for Education and Skills at the OECD (Organization […]

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Episode 022: Todd Sutler, A Crowdsourced Journey to Visit 60+ High Performing Schools Across the Country, and Building a New School in Brooklyn

NOTE:  Episode 022 with Todd Sutler was featured in this article on EdSurge 🙂 What happens when you talk to successful teachers and school leaders across the country (and Finland), and apply that research in designing a new charter school in Brooklyn, NY?  Well, that is what Todd Sutler and his co-founders have done at […]

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Episode 019: Tom Driscoll, Flipped Learning Expert & Social Studies Teacher at Putnam HS (CT)

On episode 019 of Meet Education Project, flipped learning & gamification expert Tom Driscoll joins the program to talk about what effective flipped learning actually is, mastery-based learning, and gamification.  Don’t miss it! Guest Bio: Tom Driscoll is a technology integration specialist and high school social studies teacher in Connecticut (residing in Coventry, RI).  He […]

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Episode 017: Mitch Weathers, Founder of Organized Binder & Biology Teacher at Sequoia HS

On episode 017 of MEP, teacher and founder of Organized Binder, Mitch Weathers, joins the program to talk about teaching character over content and why an Organized Binder is so beneficial to educators as well as students. Don’t miss it!   Guest Bio: Mitch’s background couldn’t be summed up better than it was on Jessie […]

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