Supporting Arts Integration in Your Classroom

Rachael George with Amanda Koonlaba, Ed.S., NBCT


Many schools have seen a waning commitment to arts integration.  Our guest explains why art remains an important part of a good curriculum and how to support art in your classroom.

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The Keys to Transforming Curriculum, Engagement, and Learning

Chaunte Garrett with Michael Fisher


Join us for a dive into how we can transform learning by transforming our perspective and practice. 

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Three Smart Tips for New Principals

Rob Pennington with Jen Schwanke 


Being a new principal is exciting, challenging, scary and filled new things to learn quickly. Our guest offers a quick start guide. 

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Read, Write, Lead: Creating a Powerful Culture of Learning

Mike Janatovich with  Regie Routman


In this segment, our guest offers practical tips for empowering teachers, students, and all stakeholders to produce a culture of learning. 

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