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So much love for this podcast!
I listen to many educational podcasts and this one is at the top of my list. Anyone involved in education should be listening regularly. ~jsaff71, 04/08/2019
As a newly hired TOSA Tech Integrationist at a 5/6 intermediate school in MN, SOS is just what I’ve needed. The affirmation these podcasts provide and support of your discussions and thoughts is spot on. The topics are thought provoking and inspiring!~ IJentechteacher, 10/24/2018
Great educational podcast
I’m picky with my podcasts and this one has proven to be worth my time. Jeff and the crew are a part of the international scene with boots also on USA soil. The content is very relevant no matter where you are in the world. I’ve been very curious about the continuing Ed programs that jeff has been a part of (COETAIL) and this podcast has prompted me to get started with one. Keep it up man! ~jjkern85, 02/12/2019
As a 1st year Principal in a rural school district who is behind in technology this podcast is perfect. As I am working towards shifting our school and implementing technology into the classrooms. Jeff continues to have great speaker come on and share their wisdom and give ideas on the best ways to shift schools! Thanks Jeff! ~@JenningsCru4, 11/07/2018
Conversations with Administrators from around the world who are shifting their schools
Conversations with thought leaders around shifting school culture.
Conversations with educators who are shifting their classroom culture
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Since 2008 I have been supporting schools around the world shift their culture to help prepare students for their future not our past. This podcast grew out of a love of having conversations with educators and school leaders who are truly shifitng their practices and their schools by meeting today’s learners where they are and engaging them in new and innovative ways in the classroom.