Dr. Tina Halliman

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Image from http://twitter.com/TinaHalliman Nick and Matt have a wonderful conversation with Dr. Tina Halliman, Superintendent of the SPEED S.E.J.A. District 802. Dr. Halliman discusses the unique challenges of leading a special education district during a time of remote learning due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Dr. Halliman emphasizes the importance of educator self-care while supporting students with special needs.


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Jodi Scott Provides a Regional and State View

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Jodi Scott
Our guest this week is Jodi Scott, Superintendent of Regional Office of Education #33 in Henderson, Knox, Mercer, and Warren counties in Illinois.

Jodi talks with us about her experiences in professional development, the growth of technology, and the teacher & paraprofessional shortages. Jodi also discusses rural broadband and the growth of instructional coaching and other areas her regional office supports.

Jodi closes by discussing how Regional Offices support both teachers and administrators in their professional learning and networking opportunities.


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This week's episode is sponsored by IDEAillinois.org 

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