All Posts by Daniel Bauer

Moms As Principals

I am so happy to chat with moms as principals

Today I have the pleasure of interviewing the powerhouse group: Moms as Principals. We talk how to be a leader at home and at school. We also tackle the idea of balance. This was a fun show to record. Rarely do I get to interview more than 2 guests … Moms as Principals Bios: Kelley Begley […]

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Mitch Weathers: Viewing Students as Assets and Not Deficits

mitch weathers of organized binder

Mitch Weathers is a high school teacher, adjunct college professor, and the creator and founder of Organized Binder. Mitch designed Organized Binder to help struggling students gain daily exposure to the non-cognitive skills and executive function needed to achieve in the classroom. Together with the Organized Binder Team he now helps teachers, schools, districts, and […]

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Kyle Wagner: Project Based Learning

Kyle Wagner the power of simple

Kyle Wagner is the current Middle School Program Director at IMS in Hong Kong and the founder and lead consultant for Transform Educational Consulting, an organization that empowers school leaders to lead change and improve student learning through simple, innovative strategies and teaming structures. He is also the former Coordinator of Futures Academy at the International […]

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John David Mann: Training People to Look for Possibility

john david mann, author of the go-giver

John David Mann is an award-winning author whose books have sold more than 2 million copies in more than a dozen languages, including the New York Times bestseller The Red Circle (with former Navy SEAL sniper Brandon Webb) and the bestselling worldwide classic The Go-Giver (with Bob Burg). His Take the Lead (with Betsy Myers) was named by Tom Peters and the Washington Post as […]

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Mike St. Pierre: Float the Balloon and Other Leadership Tactics

mike st. pierre on the show!

Dr. Mike St. Pierre is the Executive Director of the Catholic Campus Ministry Association, a national association of professional campus ministers, serving on over 350 campuses. Prior to his current role, Mike was a school president for seven years in New Jersey. Mike’s doctoral dissertation explored the impact of technology on secondary school students and […]

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Apex Fun Run: Helping Schools Fundraise

Apex Fun Run on the show!

Jeremy Barnhart is a co-owner and VP of Franchise Development at Apex Fun Run. He has a background in accounting/finance and a variety of other business ventures. Apex Fun Run’s passion is to help teachers (10% of the funds raised go to the teacher), as well as students and schools. The company partners with schools […]

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Connie Hamilton: Secrets to Listening and Love Languages

Connie Hamilton on Better Leaders Better Schools Podcast

Connie Hamilton is a part time curriculum director in the rural area of Saranac Community Schools. Her career path led her from teaching elementary and middle school to being an instructional coach and principal positions in both elementary and secondary levels. When she’s not serving the staff, students, and community in her district, Connie offers […]

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Philip Lanoue: 3 Questions Every Educator Must Ask

Philip Lanoue on the podcast

Dr. Philip Lanoue has a demonstrated record in leading school transformation at the building and district levels, creating new instructional models, improving student performance, and building positive community and school relationships. He is the 2015 AASA National Superintendent of the Year, as well as the 2015 Georgia Superintendent of the Year. Dr. Lanoue served as […]

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