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Leadership, Learning, and Culture with Jimmy Casas

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If you ever have an opportunity to chat with Jimmy Casas, don’t let it pass by!

In this week's episode we have a fascinating talk with Jimmy about the changing role of the school leader and the power of leading by example, especially when it comes to professional learning. Jimmy provides great advice for new and experienced leaders alike to help build a culture of mutual respect and support in a school or district.



Contact Info: J Casas & Associates
Website: jimmycasas.comTwitter: @casas_jimmyInstagram: casas_jimmyYouTube: J Casas & Associates Check out Jimmy’s book, Culturize, today!

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Interview with Arlin Peebles

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In this episode we talk with Arlin Peebles from the Illinois Principals Association to get his views on Professional Learning for educators and administrators. He shares some great opportunities available to all educators, and gives us a glimpse of what might be on the horizon!



Check out all the great professional learning opportunities for educators at all levels by visiting EdLeaders Network at www.edleadersnetwork.org

Take a look at the Illinois Principals' Association website at www.ilprincipals.org



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Hey everyone! Just a quick update to our podcast cover art: 

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Interview with Rushton Hurley

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It's our inaugural episode! (We'll get better... We promise!)

Learn a little about us, Dr. Nick Sutton and Matt Jacobson, and hear our interview with Rushton Hurley, author of Making Your School Something Special and Making Your Teaching Something Special. (Amazon Link)

Learn more about Rushton's work at www.nextvista.org.

Learn more about Nick, Matt, the work they do, their thoughts on education, and catch up on all their podcast episodes at LearningThroughLeading.com

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Matt and Nick




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Welcome to our new website, LearningThroughLeading.com - We're glad you're here!

Our Mission: We know that there are a lot of great things happening in education, all over our nation. Our goal with this website is to help connect educators in schools and classrooms with those who are moving the needle to help kids in effective and innovative ways. We'll use this site to share our ideas, our random thoughts, and our conversations with you. Subscribe to our updates by clicking the link at the top of your screen, and visit with us often!
You're probably wondering who we are... 
Dr. Nick Sutton  Nick Sutton is in his 13th year as an educator, and always considered himself a "middle school guy." While a former 6th, 7th, and 8th grade teacher he then transitioned into building principal and now a district superintendent. Nick earned his doctorate from Western Illinois University researching the correlational relationship between instructional strategies and school…

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