Jessica Cabeen: Hacking Early Learning

Jessica Cabeen Joins me on the Show

Jessica Cabeen is the Principal of the “Happiest Place in Southeastern Minnesota”, the Woodson Kindergarten Center. She has been an assistant middle school principal, a special education supervisor, and special education teacher. She started her career as a Music Therapist and worked with adults with disabilities and adolescents in residential settings in Iowa and Illinois. She […]

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Elena Aguilar: Building Relationships and Resilience

Elena Aguilar Joins me on the Show

Elena Aguilar is the founder and president of Bright Morning Consulting. She has trained thousands of educators across the United States and abroad in transformational coaching and team development. She is a regular contributor for Edutopia and EdWeek Teacher and has published two highly acclaimed books: The Art of Coaching (2013) and The Art of […]

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Chris Nesi: Knocking Down the Walls of the Classroom

Chris Nesi Joins me on the Show

Chris Nesi is certified in social studies and supervision and has inspired students and teachers at the middle, high school, and collegiate levels. Technology and its role in education are his professional passion. Chris is on the cutting edge of education technology trends and he is a creative, detail-oriented, and tech-savvy educator who is never […]

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Kwame Christian: Viewing Conflict as an Opportunity

Kwame Christian joins me on the show.

Kwame Christian is a business lawyer and the Director of the American Negotiation Institute. In this role he conducts live negotiation and conflict resolution training sessions for organizations.   Kwame’s Tedx Talk, Finding Confidence in Conflict, was viewed over 24,000 times in less than 24 hours and was the most popular Tedx Talk on conflict of […]

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Anne Beninghof: How can our acts of courage lead to better student success?

Anne Beninghof Joins me on the show

Anne M. Beninghof, an internationally recognized consultant and trainer, has more than thirty 35 years of experience working with students and teachers, in a variety of public and private settings. She has been a special education teacher, adjunct faculty member of the University of Hartford and the University of Colorado, has published several books and […]

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