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About this Episode Time Stamps Q&A About our Guests Resources Robots are part of our everyday life, but do kids realize the range of options in careers they could have related to robotics and other STEM subjects? With an increase in the need for qualified candidates to fill jobs in STEM fields, educating today’s students and getting them interested…
 
About this Episode Time Stamps Q&A About our Guests Resources Agriculture is big business in Pennsylvania. Not only does it have an enormous economic impact, but human lifestyle depends on not only sustaining but expanding the agricultural industries. Yet not every school district in the commonwealth incorporates agricultural education in its curri…
 
About this Episode Time Stamps Q&A About our Guests Resources Listening through screen conversations, in-person and even amidst disagreements—why is it so important to really listen? Keystone Education Radio host Annette Stevenson speaks with author Kate Murphy, who discusses her book “You’re Not Listening – What You’re Missing and Why it Matters” …
 
About this Episode Time Stamps Q&A About our Guests Resources In this episode of Keystone Education Radio, host Annette Stevenson speaks with Erina Gilmore, marketing director at the National School Boards Association, about the upcoming NSBA 2021 Online Experience. Erina shares with listeners what attendees can expect at this year’s fully virtual …
 
About this Episode Time Stamps Q&A About our Guests Resources Meet Joe Welch, a middle school history teacher from the Pittsburgh area whose creative and adaptive methods are not only energizing his students but taking colleagues from running-on-empty to feeling inspired. Keystone Education Radio host Annette Stevenson speaks with Joe to learn how …
 
About this Episode Time Stamps Q&A About our Guests Resources In this episode of Keystone Education Radio, host Annette Stevenson speaks with Richland School District’s Director of Educational Services, Brandon Bailey. Discussion centers around student academic success and Richland School District’s utilization of 24/7 tutoring support to ensure st…
 
About this Episode Time Stamps Q&A About our Guests Resources As the COVID-19 pandemic continues, much emphasis has been placed on students’ learning loss and their missed connections and opportunities. But what about missed connections for teachers? In this episode of Keystone Education Radio, host Annette Stevenson speaks with Teaching Lab CEO Sa…
 
About this Episode Time Stamps Q&A About our Guests In this episode of Keystone Education Radio, host Annette Stevenson speaks with Dana Guerrero, licensed clinical social worker and mediation and yoga instructor. Annette and Dana discuss strategies to help manage the tough emotions we are all facing in the ongoing climate of the COVID-19 pandemic.…
 
About this Episode Time Stamps Q&A About our Guests Resources On this episode of Keystone Education Radio, podcast host Annette Stevenson is joined by Michelle Boon, vice president for sports, and Mike Bovino, senior advisor, both of Special Olympics Pennsylvania. The group discusses the broader context of Special Olympics Pennsylvania and the impo…
 
About this Episode Time Stamps Q&A About our Guests Resources One in five individuals has a learning difference or attention challenge. While these individuals are in many cases just as capable as their peers, they face obstacles, stigma and misconceptions that others do not. On this episode of Keystone Education Radio, podcast host Annette Stevens…
 
About this Episode Time Stamps Q&A About our Guests Resources On this episode of Keystone Education Radio, podcast host Annette Stevenson discusses the Pennsylvania Association of Student Councils’ Government Relations program with a panel of the organization’s leadership. 2020 PASC State President Jasmine Evans, PASC State President-Elect Carissa …
 
About this Episode Time Stamps Q&A About our Guests Resources In this extended conversation (part 2 of 2), podcast host Annette Stevenson and best-selling authors, professional facilitators and speakers, Will Wise and Chad Littlefield continue discussing the topics in Ask Powerful Questions: Create Conversations that Matter. Topics covered include …
 
About this Episode Time Stamps Q&A About our Guests Resources Podcast host Annette Stevenson is joined by best-selling authors, professional facilitators and speakers, Will Wise and Chad Littlefield to discuss their work in facilitating meaningful communication among leaders and educators. They delve into some of the tools mapped out in their book …
 
About this Episode Time Stamps Q&A About our Guests Resources After decades as a highly regarded teacher and school leader in New Jersey, Principal Baruti Kafele began a journey to share his knowledge and experience with educators across the country. On this episode of Keystone Education Radio, podcast host Annette Stevenson and Principal Kafele di…
 
About this Episode Time Stamps Q&A About our Guests Resources Prompted by his upbringing and life experiences, Dr. John Hodge has dedicated his career to advocating for impoverished children and their families. On this episode of Keystone Education Radio, podcast host Annette Stevenson and Dr. Hodge discuss factors in closing the achievement gap, t…
 
About this Episode Time Stamps Q&A About our Guest Resources On this episode of Keystone Education Radio, podcast host Annette Stevenson is joined by Bill Thomas, chairman of the Pennsylvania Esports Coalition. Annette and Bill discuss the rise in popularity of esports (electronic sports), the connection to STEM curriculum and the potential that th…
 
About this Episode Time Stamps Q&A About our Guest Resources In today’s ever evolving world, it’s important for children and young adults to know how to keep themselves safe online. It’s equally important for parents and teachers to be aware of how their children and students are utilizing technology, especially as our world continues to operate in…
 
About this Episode Time Stamps Transcripts About our Guests Resources On this episode of Keystone Education Radio, podcast host Annette Stevenson is joined by Daniel Eliot, the director of education and strategic initiatives for the National Cyber Security Alliance. Daniel provides insight into the roles that parents, teachers, school administrator…
 
About this Episode Time Stamps Transcripts About our Guests Resources Upper St. Clair High School was awarded the 2020 Magna Award in the “under 5,000 enrollment” category for its 409 Program, the district’s unique approach to therapeutic emotional support. The award recognizes innovation and creativity in school programs that remove barriers to he…
 
About this Episode Time Stamps Transcripts Resources In this episode of Keystone Education Radio, podcast host Annette Stevenson is joined by Stuart Knade, PSBA’s senior director of legal services. Annette and Stuart discuss the role of collective bargaining in Pennsylvania’s public schools, including common misconceptions and the specific challeng…
 
About this Episode Time Stamps Transcripts About our Guests Resources On this episode of Keystone Education Radio, Podcast Host Annette Stevenson is joined by a panel of adults and students who run York Suburban Education Foundation’s Impact Foundation, a student-lead extension of the organization. Annette is joined by Sarah Reinecker, York Suburba…
 
About this Episode Time Stamps Transcripts About our Guests Resources On this episode of Keystone Education Radio, Podcast Host Annette Stevenson is joined by Angela Jerabek. Angie is the founder of BARR, a strengths-based model that provides schools with a comprehensive approach to meeting the academic, social and emotional needs of all students. …
 
About this Episode Time Stamps Transcripts About our Guest In this episode of Keystone Education Radio, Podcast Host Annette Stevenson is joined by Dr. Will Miller, a recognized and respected authority on coping with stress, interpersonal relationship and organizational health. Drawing on years of experience working as a stress counselor for first …
 
About this Episode Time Stamps Transcript Resources The PA State budget, school district budgets and the highest unemployment rate since the Great Depression—how does all of this fit into the funding our school districts require to continue educating students and serving their communities? PSBA Chief Advocacy Officer, John Callahan and Director of …
 
About this Episode Time Stamps Transcript About our Guest Resources As schools across the country shuttered this spring due to the COVID-19 pandemic, technology became even more prevalent in the social and educational lives of students. Along with the many benefits of technology come other negative aspects. In this episode of Keystone Education Rad…
 
About this Episode Time Stamps Transcript Resources The COVID-19 pandemic has changed all parts of daily life for Pennsylvanians – the same is true for the 1.7 million students who live in the commonwealth. Most students are now faced with navigating digital or at-home learning, coping with canceled spring school activities and the uncertainty of w…
 
About this Episode Time Stamps Transcript In this timely episode of Keystone Education Radio, Geoffrey D. Moomaw, President of Interstate Tax Service, Inc., provides guidance on how schools should proceed with unemployment compensation during the COVID-19 outbreak. He discusses the newly passed Act 13; how it impacts teachers, school contractors an…
 
About this Episode Time Stamps Transcript About our Guest Resources On April 22, 1970, 10 percent of the U.S. population joined together to demand protection for the environment. In this episode of Keystone Education Radio, Earth Day Network (EDN) Education Coordinator Kira Heeschen joins us to discuss Earth Day’s upcoming 50th anniversary, the wor…
 
This Episode Time Stamps Transcript Our Guest Resources Host Annette Stevenson talks with best-selling author, psychologist and professor at the University of Pennsylvania Angela Duckworth. Duckworth unpacks her book Grit: The Power of Passion and Perseverance and provides further insight into her research of the characteristics of high achieving i…
 
About this Episode Time Stamps About our Guests During the 2019 PASA-PSBA School Leadership Conference, we sat down with keynote speakers Corey Mitchell and Robin Grey to discuss their film Purple Dreams. The duo discusses their experience advocating for arts education, the impact it has had on students they’ve mentored and their journey to creatin…
 
About this Episode Time Stamps About our Guests Resources In this episode, Asia Mason, project manager of student voice with the Pittsburgh Public School District (PPS); Sam Bisno, a senior at the Barack Obama Academy of International Studies, also known as Pittsburgh Obama 6 – 12 and Prishti Tyagi, a sophomore at Pittsburgh Science and Technology …
 
About this Episode Time Stamps About our Guest Resources In this episode of Keystone Education Radio, author and advocate Jonathan Mooney discusses his book Normal Sucks, his journey of growing up with a learning difference and how these experiences shaped the work he is doing today. Skip to: 01:42 Dyslexia is a learning difference that can present…
 
About this Episode Time Stamps About our Guests Resources Why is it so important to engage students, who are still in high school, in matters of politics and voting? In addition to educating youth to be civically engaged and focused as life-ready knowledge, the further impact comes in the form of their increasing numbers and their savviness that ri…
 
About this Episode Time Stamps About our Guests Resources During this episode, Heather Masshardt, director of policy services, discusses the Commonwealth Education Blueprint with David Hutchinson, PSBA’s 2019 president, and Mike Faccinetto, PSBA’s immediate past president. Both Hutchinson and Faccinetto are active in their own communities, having s…
 
About this Episode Time Stamps About our Guests Over the past few years, student enrollment in career and technical education programs has increased as overall high school populations are decreasing. With baby boomers retiring in droves, it’s important that skilled workers enter the trade industry. In this episode of Keystone Education Radio, we ar…
 
About this Episode Time Stamps About our Guest Resources During the 2019 PASA-PSBA School Leadership Conference, social psychologist, bestselling author, Harvard lecturer and TED talk presenter Dr. Amy Cuddy sat down with us to share her expertise on nonverbal communication and its influence in the school atmosphere. She discussed the impact of the…
 
About this Episode Time Stamps About our Guests Resources At Upper St. Clair School District, five unique programs immerse students in learning outside of the classroom and help them develop life ready skills. While attending the 2019 PASA-PSBA School Leadership Conference to share information about their programs, Superintendent John Rozzo and Amy…
 
About this Episode Time Stamps About our Guests Resources This is the final episode of the three-part series focusing on how one school district in Pennsylvania has moved to embed equity into its education practice. In part 3, Ms. Bea Habursky, the assistant superintendent for the Erie Public Schools discuses academic educational equity. In this di…
 
About this Episode Time Stamps About our Guests Montour School District saw the opportunity to teach for the future, preparing students for careers and life by launching America’s first Artificial Intelligence Middle School program in the fall of 2018. Dominic Salpeck, principal and Bill Black, STEM teacher at David E. Williams Middle School share …
 
About this Episode Time Stamps About our Guests Resources Listen to Part 1 – Developing an Equity Program This two-part episode out of a three-part series focuses on how one school district in Pennsylvania has moved to embed equity into its education practice. In part 2, Mr. Ken Nickson, the Coordinator of Educational Diversity, Equity and Inclusio…
 
About this Episode Time Stamps About our Guests Resources This two-part episode out of a three-part series focuses on how one school district in Pennsylvania has moved to embed equity into its education practice. In part 1, Mr. Ken Nickson, the coordinator of educational diversity, equity and inclusion at Erie Public Schools transports us to the di…
 
About this Episode Time Stamps About our Guests Resources The Basic Education Funding (BEF) equation is complicated and even where there is a solid budget and an existing education foundation at the school district level, there is an integral role that a community foundation can fill. Central Susquehanna Community Foundation’s CEO and President, Ho…
 
About this Episode Time Stamps About our Guests Resources Act 7 of 2019 has just taken effect, requiring the Pennsylvania Department of Education (PDE) to develop and provide curriculum for hands-only cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) to schools, now part of required high school instruction. Class-after-class of graduating young adults will be re…
 
About this Episode Time Stamps About our Guest Resources Storybook summers depict kids swimming, biking and climbing trees with friends, but how does this fit into the topic of summer learning loss and the opportunity gap? Creating meaningful and productive summer months for youth does not automatically equate to the traditional summer school model…
 
About this Episode Time Stamps About our Guest Resources Dyslexia is a language based learning disability impacting up to an estimated 20% of the population (according to the International Dyslexia Association). Early detection and specific instructional methods have been determined as significant keys-to-success for those struggling against the ch…
 
About this Episode Time Stamps Additional Resources The Pennsylvania School Boards Association, in collaboration with numerous other public education stakeholder groups came together to form a visionary roadmap for public education going forward. The Commonwealth Education Blueprint is the result and it’s in phase 2 development slated for completio…
 
About this Episode Time Stamps About Our Guest A child’s ability to learn and grow begins with emotional well-being. In the school environment, there may be any range of scenarios where stabilizing is required before the learning can begin. This is where a therapy dog can be a key contributor to the success stories, where occupational, speech, or p…
 
About this Episode Time Stamps About Our Guest An education foundation can supplement a schools’ programs and new initiatives, where constrained school district budgets have little room to expand or absorb new expenses. Starting up a foundation may seem daunting. This episode focuses on the startup and growth of Warrior Run Education Foundation, fo…
 
About this Episode Time Stamps About Our Guests Resources How does equity become the lens through which all aspects of the educational experience are filtered? And why is this essential for the K-12 education system? Addressing the gaps of opportunity and supports for students goes beyond a checklist and may seem insurmountable. Tune-in for insight…
 
About this Episode Time Stamps About Our Guest The 2020 U.S. Census will mark the first-ever to be conducted online to a large degree. Great attention will be paid to accumulating an accurate representation of the entire U.S. population, and the planning has been underway for the past ten years. Keystone Counts, Coalition Manager, Jo Lin joins us f…
 
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