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…

Holly Pantle on the Role of Libraries and Technology



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Holly Pantle

Holly Pantle is the incoming Technology Director for the Charleston (IL) school district. During much of her career, Holly spent time supporting students, teachers and administrators as a Library Information Specialist. In this episode, Holly discusses the changing role of the Library Information Specialist, how she has supported students and teachers during remote learning, and some of the challenges she plans to tackle in her new role.




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