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Managing the Relentless Stress of Being an Education Leader
Bruce S. McEwen, Luis A. Hernandez, Dr. Alia Crum, Jessica Johnson, Peter DeWitt

 

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Dealing with the constantly changing demands of an increasingly high-stakes education profession can profoundly impact your life. In this segment we discuss the unique stresses of education leadership and how to manage them.

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Creating Sensible Policies on Cell Phones in the Classroom
Holly Elissa Bruno with Ann Ditty, Suzanne Eckes, Sue Offutt, Lee Kolbert

 

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There are myriad pros and cons to having and using a cell phone in the classroom.  Our guests offer guidance on creating a sound and viable cell phone policy.

 

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Personal Profile: 
How Compelling Is Your Leadership Presence?
Holly Elissa Bruno with  Muriel Maignan Wilkins,  Belle Linda Halpern,  Lyn Hilt, Michael Smith

 

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Personal presence is a quality that leaders of all stripes desire. It's often associated with credibility and charisma, but what is presence really? Do education leaders really need it and how can anyone develop it? Hear the answers just ahead in this week's segment.

 

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Getting It Right: 
Oh No, Not Another Meeting!
Holly Elissa Bruno with  Carson Tate, Elizabeth Grace Saunders, Brian Nichols, Chris Lehmann 

 

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In this segment we face the fact that most of your staff hates meetings, especially "ho-hum" meetings.  Today our guests offer suggestions on how to kick boring meetings to the curb and host meetings  that your staff will actually appreciate and enjoy.

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Getting Connected:
Twitter? Frankly I Don't Give a Tweet
Holly Elissa Bruno with George Couros, Steven Weber, Jo-Ann Spence, Nancy Blair

 

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Twitter has become a popular tool among many education leaders who say it's invaluable on many levels. Yet many education leaders are not connected to this vibrant community. In this segment our guests make the case for why you should give a twit about Twitter.

 

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