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Reflections on Season 1

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Nick and Matt take time out to reflect on Season 1 before taking some summer time to prepare for Season 2. The hosts discuss what they did well, what they can do better, and some ideas to help all educators rest, recharge, and prepare for a new school year.



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Links to past episodes
Improving Performance with Dr. PaulieInterview with Rae HughartJodi Scott Provides a Regional and State ViewJodi Scott Discusses Remote LearningRemote Learning with Adam and Alex ValencicThomas C. Murray: Future-Ready, Personal and AuthenticBooks & Other Podcasts
Teachers Deserve It (coming soon from DBC Inc) Teachers On Fire (Podcast) Small Teaching Online, by Flower DarbyBlended Learning series, by Catlin TuckerThe Balance podcast, by Catlin TuckerWhen, by Dan PinkStuff You Should Know PodcastTech Like a Pirate, by Matt MillerTo Wake the Giant, by Jeff ShaaraRemember to check out this and all past episodes at www.LearningThroughLeading.com and click the Subscribe button at the top…

Nick & Matt Talk Podcasting

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Nick and Matt discuss their journey into podcasting, how you might use podcasts in your school or classroom, where they're going next, and how you can be a part of this podcast in the future!


Mentioned in this episode:

Nick's School PodcastAnchor.fmLearning Through Leading on AnchorTalk with us or ask questions by sending a voice message through Anchor
@DrNickSutton Nick on Twitter
@YodaMatt68 Matt on Twitter

Many thanks to the folks at ideaillinois.org for sponsoring us this month!

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Transcript, adapted from SnackVids.com. There may be errors, but this is pretty close. 

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Matt:
Okay, okay! Well, we are back with another episode of the Learning Through Leading Podcast, and this episode is going to be a little bit different today. Nick and I thought we might talk briefly about our podcasting journey to anyone who might be interested in learning about us and starting their own podcast, maybe for your school, maybe for your classroom, and so we thought we'd just spend a…

Nick Visits #TeachBetter19

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Nick Sutton recently visited the first ever TeachBetter Conference in Ohio. Along with presenting, Nick recorded a number of quick interviews with some of those in attendance to learn more about what's happening across the educational landscape.

We’re sorry if any names are misspelled, etc. The environment was a little loud and some audio may be a bit difficult to understand in places. However, we think you’ll find that this episode highlights a lot of what educators are interested in at the time of this recording. 
We hope you enjoy this episode! 

Clip 1: WearCareShare.comClip 2: Joshua Stamper of the Aspire Podcast on Apple Podcasts or wherever you get podcasts Clip 3: Michelle White, Dunlap, IL, elementary educator reflects on culturally responsive education Clip 4: Nick Mann of TeacherFit.fit discusses educator wellness Clip 5: Alex Oris of Cuyahoga Falls, OH, discusses technology integration Clip 5: Mark Losey and Milo, the Robot for AutismClip 6: Jake Miller, from the Educat…

Thomas C. Murray: Future-Ready, Personal and Authentic

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We enjoyed an incredibly informative talk with Thomas C. Murray about preparing students for the future, designing learning spaces, and his new book, Personal and Authentic: Designing Learning Experiences that Last a Lifetime.
Future Ready Schools are “...schools that put kids before adults… (and) do whatever it takes to support all kids… schools where people want to be… where people respect people.”
Learning space redesign is “...not about being pretty for Pinterest, this is understanding how the brain works (and) learns and how do we maximize spaces for learning.” Listen at Anchor or below:

Connect with Tomas C. Murray at:
Website: thomascmurray.com and futureready.orgTwitter: @thomascmurrayAlso: Instagram: thomascmurrayedu
You can find us on Twitter at
@DrNickSutton http://twitter.com/DrNickSutton@YodaMatt68 http://twitter.com/YodaMatt68
This episode has been brought to you by IDEA - the Illinois Digital Educators Alliance.

School Leader Paradigm with Jason Leahy

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“School leadership matters.” Dr. Jason Leahy, Director of the Illinois Principals Association, provides his perspectives on leadership, empathy, and the new School Leader Paradigm. Learn more about Dr. Leahy’s goal:


“Learning leaders leading learning organizations”
School leader paradigmSchool leader continuumScroll down to the bottom of either page above to learn about the School Leader Collaborative
Follow Dr. Jason Leahy:
Twitter: ipa_jasonEMail: jason@ilprincipals.org ilprincipals.org
You can find us on Twitter at
@DrNickSutton@YodaMatt68 ----- This week's episode is sponsored by IDEAillinois.org

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