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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Leadership, Learning, and Culture with Jimmy Casas


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
Check out Jimmy’s book, Culturize, today!

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Nick and Matt are proud to announce our latest partnership! The Learning Through Leading Podcast is now produced in partnership with the Learning Technology Center of Illinois, also known as the LTC. You can find out more on their website at ltcillinois.org

The Learning Technology Center is an Illinois State Board of Education program that supports all public K-12 districts, schools, and educators through technology initiatives, services, and professional learning opportunities that further four main focus areas:
  • Digital teaching, learning, and leadership
  • Network and technology infrastructure
  • Student data security and safety
  • Equity and access
The LTC’s goal is to maximize school districts’ access to technology and enhance districts’ use of technology to improve educational opportunities for the students of Illinois. Check out all that the LTC can do for your school or district at ltcillinois.org 

Disclosure: Matt Jacobson is the Online Learning Specialist for the Learning Technology Center of Illinois.

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