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Jan 3, 2022

Though we are learning more about the importance of human connections in schools and workplaces, which are the relationships that actually drive learning? In this solo episode, host Natalie Vardabasso explains how our relationships with a mentor, a champion, a coach, and ourselves create the optimal...


Dec 6, 2021

In nearly every field of work, we are quick to jump on the latest and greatest strategy leading to a habitual focus on what we do, rather than a deeper analysis about why we do it. Project-based learning (PBL) threatens to fall into this trap, but not if Loni Bergvist has anything to do about it. Loni discovered a...


Nov 22, 2021

On the episode, we unpack how students were challenged to deepen and demonstrate their understanding of Ecosystems and Visual Literacy in a grade 7 interdisciplinary project. Teacher Jaclyn Demmers also shares her newfound insights about the potential of students with learning disabilities when given...


Nov 15, 2021

What is the truth about teacher leadership? Is it an exciting opportunity to become a change agent, or, is it just another managerial manifestation of the status quo? Randy Swift and Pedro Dones III are two teacher leaders from New York who have had very different experiences in the role. On the episode, we explore...


Nov 8, 2021

EduPodlooza is an all-day marathon, live-stream event featuring some of the dopest names in the education podcast space. The day is filled with many different segments including round tables, a radio play, and of course, a poetry slam. The slam segment was a collaboration between the following EduPodcasters who shared...