In the latest installment of Radio: ERDI, Dr. Jennifer Ferrari sits down with Dr. Tammy Campbell (Federal Way Public Schools) and David Carter (Encore Technology Group) to discuss Federal Way’s recent implementation of Enboard programming. The guests discuss automation and access, limited resources, and the future of bridging the digital divide across the country.
For the first time, Dr. Joseph Wise is joined by two guests to discuss prioritizing staff and student wellbeing through social emotional learning. Sara Potler LaHayne, Founder & CEO of Move This World, and Dr. Brian Maher, Superintendent of Sioux Falls, South Dakota, discuss the importance of daily routines, prioritization, barriers faced, and strengthening SEL district-wide.
Creating an effective environment for social-emotional learning requires planning, professional development and significant staff time. It demands clarity of vision and focused attention by district and school leadership.
Dr. Joseph Wise is joined by guest Larry Spring, Superintendent of Schenectady City School District. Hear about Larry’s work in his district as it applies to educators, students, families, and the community. Larry also discusses how Schenectady has become more culturally competent and how these changes have made great improvements for the district.
In this month’s edition, Dr. Joseph Wise chats with Dr. Wendy Johnson of Kuna, Idaho, who has served as Kuna School District Superintendent since 2012. They discussed her experiences in using technology to accelerate mastery learning among students. Wendy has brought Kuna into the digital age effectively and responsibly, and shares anecdotes on challenges faced, best practices, and professional development.
In our first Radio: ERDI podcast, Joey Wise sits down with Kevin Hoffman, Associate Manager of Innovative Learning at Aspire Public Schools, to discuss how we know if EdTech is actually working and how schools are measuring efficacy.