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Principal JL is an educational school leader that explores a variety of topics facing educational leaders today! You will hear stories from practicing educational leaders that will give you insights into what it is like to be an educational leader in today's schools. Let's Move Education Forward Together!
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Educational Leadership Moment

#EducationalLeader | Dr. Kim Moore

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Are you an educational leader wanting to foster an environment of collaboration and innovation, develop and implement effective strategies to ensure student achievement, and promote opportunity and access? Then I have the guidance just for you! I’m Dr. Kim Moore, host of the Educational Leadership Moment. As a classroom teacher, school administrator, and central office staff member, I know what it’s like to be overwhelmed because your plate is too full... Join me weekly for research-based an ...
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Professional Learnings for Educational Leaders is an initiative to support and inform NSWPPA members of the NSWPPA Professional Learning suite offerings. Our Professional Learning Suite is aligned to our values of Principal Well Being, Principals as Lead Learners as well as supporting Principals to lead School Operations. Our values are wrapped around support, empower, advovate and lead. This podcast discusses educational leadership and insights from Educational Leaders around the world . Ou ...
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Democracy’s College: Research and Leadership in Educational Equity, Justice, and Excellence for All

Office of Community College Research & Leadership, University of Illinois

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This monthly podcast focuses on P-20 education pathways with a focus on research and leadership that promotes educational equity, justice, and excellence for all students. This podcast is a product of the Office of Community College Research and Leadership, or OCCRL, at the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign. Learn more about OCCRL at occrl.illinois.edu.
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Empowered Educator: Leadership in Motion | Educational Leadership, Educational Administration, Teachers as Leaders, Teacher Transition

Mel Vandevort - Educational Leadership, Educational Consultancy, Teacher Transition Coach, Educational Administration, Educator Entrepreneur

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Welcome to Empowered Educator *Are you ready to move into a different type of job in education? *Do you have interests and ambitions that you want to pursue, but feel like you don’t know how take that next step? *Maybe you want to start your own coaching or consulting agency? Then this is the place for you! I'm Mel and I help educators define their career path through growth mindset, career clarity, and goal achievement. You can find information ...
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Send us a Text Message. Today, Dr. Mel sits down with Dr. Darrin Peppard, a former educator turned leadership coach and entrepreneur. Darrin shares his journey from being a middle school teacher to a high school principal and eventually a superintendent. He highlights the challenges he faced and how leadership coaching transformed his career. Dr. D…
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Summer learning loss is a significant concern as it can set students back several months in their educational progress, mainly affecting those in under-resourced communities. In this week's podcast, we'll discuss an effective strategy to address this issue that involves fostering partnerships between schools, community organizations, and local busi…
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Send us a Text Message. In this episode, Dr. Mel continues the conversation with leadership expert Jim Salvucci to dive deeper into the final components of effective leadership. Episode Highlights: Compromise: Jim explains how compromise is a transactional process essential for effective leadership. Learn why trust and communication are critical in…
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Send us a Text Message. Today, I chat with leadership expert Jim Salvucci about his incredible journey from academia to leadership coaching! Jim shares his experiences, from being a boy scout leader at 18 to founding the School of Humanities and Social Sciences at Stevenson University. He dives into the importance of cultivating leadership, even fr…
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Unlock the secrets to transforming educational leadership with insights from Rosie Connor, Global Director of BTS Spark. Rosie brings her wealth of experience, including turning around 19 failing schools in the UK, to our discussion. We dive into the essence of professional leadership coaching versus mentoring and how distraction-free coaching sess…
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As a school leader, my primary focus was creating the conditions for success for our students. One area we worked on during the summer was helping our underclass students stay on track for graduation. Therefore, leveraging technology was an effective strategy to mitigate our students’ summer slide. In this podcast, we will discuss the role of educa…
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Send us a Text Message. In this episode, I'm exploring why a positive school culture is so important and how it can create a fantastic learning environment for students, teachers, and staff. As a principal, you have a huge influence on your school's culture, and we're here to share some practical tips to help you make it the best it can be. A posit…
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Summer break is traditionally a period for students to unwind from the structured school environment. Yet, this recess can also usher in the “summer slide,” a period where students, especially those from economically disadvantaged backgrounds, tend to lose crucial academic skills. This decay is notably severe in fundamental areas such as mathematic…
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Send us a Text Message. Today, we're diving into the fascinating world of learning, comparing how adults and children approach education differently. We'll explore the unique motivations, learning styles, and challenges each group faces, and how this knowledge can empower you to make a bigger impact in education. Motivation: Adults: Intrinsic, goal…
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Send us a Text Message. Today, I sit down with Shaneice Thomas, a dedicated educator and resilient leader who turned her childhood trauma into a driving force for positive change. Shaneice shares her remarkable journey from a small-town girl in North Carolina to a principal, and now a leader in a faith-based nonprofit. Her story is a testament to t…
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Send us a Text Message. Today on Empowered Educator, we're exploring adult learning and its powerful role in professional development. Join me, Dr. Mel, as we discuss why understanding how adults learn is essential for creating effective training that drives real growth and improvement. Practical Relevance: Always ensure that your training sessions…
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Summer vacation is often seen as a time for students to relax and recharge away from the rigors of the school year. However, this break can also lead to a phenomenon known as the “summer slide,” where students lose academic skills and knowledge acquired during the year. In today's podcast, we'll discuss some strategies to mitigate summer learning l…
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Ever wondered how collaborative efforts can truly transform a school environment? In this episode, I share invaluable strategies from my own journey as both a rural and larger school principal. Discover how forming a diverse school improvement team is not just beneficial but essential. We'll explore actionable steps to include everyone from princip…
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Send us a Text Message. In this exciting episode, Dr. Mel Vandevort sits down with Dr. Tania Farran, a seasoned educator and virtual principal, to explore the groundbreaking potential of Rubi AI in education. Dr. Farran shares her journey from teacher to innovative leader and dives into how Rubi AI is transforming classrooms, empowering students, a…
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On Baccalaureate Sunday, I had the privilege of delivering the message "Building a Firm Foundation for the Path Ahead" at Journey Church. It was a deeply enriching experience to engage with the bright, upcoming graduates, their families, and the church community. This opportunity to speak on such a significant occasion—marking both a culmination an…
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In this episode, OCCRL senior research assistant Nina Owolabi talks to several guests about the use of open educational resources, also known as OER, as an equity initiative in Illinois community colleges. In addition, OCCRL research assistant Aidana Sirgebayeva relates the findings of the OER research project that has been taking place at OCCRL fo…
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Can addressing student anxiety transform the educational environment? Join us in this insightful episode as we discuss the transformative Anxiety Project in New South Wales public schools with Rob Walker, Deputy President of the New South Wales Primary Principals Association. Rob takes us through the project's beginnings, inspired by a pivotal 2020…
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This episode discusses the Gamification of Public Education. Principal JL will "play" into this topic by discussing how public education has evolved into gamification and will provide practical solutions that the Federal and State governments have created in public education that Principals may use to win the game! Please Click Below to get your co…
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Send us a Text Message. In this episode, Dr. Poole shares his insights on navigating DEI work amidst politically charged times and emphasizes the importance of process improvement and stakeholder experience. They discuss how to identify and support students who fall through the margins, the significance of PD, and the need for cultural consciousnes…
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Adaptive educational technology uses software and tools that adjust to each student’s unique learning needs. These systems provide tailored lessons, quizzes, and activities by analyzing data from students’ interactions. This personalized approach helps students learn at their own pace, ensuring no one is left behind. In today's podcast, we'll discu…
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Send us a Text Message. Today, I'm joined by Karen Janiszewski, a seasoned music educator and advocate, and we explore advocating for professional development as a music teacher. Together, we'll uncover practical strategies for educators to harness the transformative potential of music in their classrooms. Karen shares her insights and expertise on…
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Transitioning from a military career to education has been an incredible journey, and I'm grateful for every step. My time as a basic training commander instilled in me a deep understanding of transformational teaching methods, which I've carried into my role as an Educational Leader. It's all about empowering individuals to reach their fullest pot…
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Send us a Text Message. Today I'm talking about a framework that will set you up for success as you move into leadership positions. We all know that the transition from the classroom to leadership can be challenging, but with the right tools and mindset, you can thrive. So, let's break down the ASPIRE framework, designed to help you Acknowledge You…
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Education is an ecosystem comprising six primary components necessary for success. When one of the components is missing or not actively engaged, the system goes out of balance and is not sustainable. The education ecosystem thrives on the active involvement of its stakeholders, each playing a unique role in shaping the educational landscape. Today…
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Send us a Text Message. In this enlightening conversation, Brenda Winkle shares invaluable insights on transitioning from teaching to leadership roles. She emphasizes the importance of self-leadership, highlighting the need to set boundaries, prioritize self-care, and model positive behaviors. Brenda also addresses the pitfalls of gossip and the si…
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Send us a Text Message. Join me today as I explore the vital importance of celebrating teachers beyond Teacher Appreciation Week. Discover why consistent recognition throughout the year is crucial for school culture, teacher morale, and student success. I'll share practical strategies for administrators to implement ongoing appreciation for teacher…
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As educators, we lay the foundation for students to pursue their dreams and career desires. As a school leader, I focused on preparing students for college, career, and life. Therefore, we would discuss life after graduation with students. Reflecting on multiple conversations with students concerning life after high school, many students expressed …
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Send us a Text Message. Dr. Mel Vandevort and Dr. Jim Van Allen discussed the Energy Bus for Schools program, a professional development initiative aimed at fostering positive school culture. Jim, as president of the program, explained how the program, developed in partnership with bestselling author John Gordon, promotes positive leadership and te…
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One of my teacher’s favorite days during preplanning was visiting the Education Foundation Store. Why? Because the store was filled with school supplies and materials. As a Title I school, my teachers could shop at the store twice a year for free. As a result of the Education Foundation’s generosity, my teachers could stock their classrooms with su…
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Send us a Text Message. Grab your copy: Educator to Entrepreneur: IGNITE Your Path to Freelance Success Book: Educator to Entrepreneur: IGNITE Your Path to Freelance Success Let me help you determine the next steps in your career! Grab a complimentary POWER Session With Rubi.ai, you'll experience cutting-edge technology, research-driven insights, a…
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Send us a Text Message. In today's episode I talk about my new book and how it can transform your career by starting a freelance company that draws on your skills, experience, interests, and passions. And now, my mission is to empower you to dig deep and know what options are available when you're ready to transition from the teacher to leader, you…
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Send us a Text Message. In Part 2, we dive deeper into the keys to unlocking your leadership potential. Dr. Daniel shares further insights, practical strategies, and personal experiences to inspire and empower you on your leadership journey. Join us as we explore overcoming limiting beliefs, embracing personal growth, and igniting your inner fire t…
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Send us a Text Message. In part 1 of our conversation, Dr. Kevin Daniel shares his journey from a childhood marked by poverty to becoming an educator, emphasizing the transformative power of mentorship and support. Reflecting on our shared upbringing on farms, we underscore the importance of discipline and perseverance in achieving success while hi…
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Early in my educational career, I was a member of a STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math) advocacy organization. Through a grant from the Jack Kent Cooke Foundation, the organization’s mission was to expand STEM education access to non-traditional students. One primary function was advocating with federal legislators and policymakers in…
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Ever wondered how an accidental e-book author evolved into a beacon for educational leaders? Rob Stones Pioneer in Leadership Learning guides us through his publications. Rob's literary journey has paved the way for school leaders to navigate the complexities of modern education. His work transforms the mundane into the extraordinary, offering a li…
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Send us a Text Message. Cheri Dixon is the owner of Cheri Dixon Consulting LLC, which she started after leaving a 28-year career in public education. Cheri loved the work she did with turnaround schools and continues to take that work into the business world, helping businesses scale their organizations to the next level. In addition, Cheri believe…
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As a school leader, I prioritized partnering with our local legislators. Why? Because they establish policy and funding for education. When I assumed my leadership role, one of my first acts was to meet with local delegation members and offer our school as a resource. We would host events such as town halls, round tables, and focus groups to assist…
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Send us a Text Message. Join Dr. Mel in this insightful episode as she explores the challenge of achieving work-life balance. Whether you're navigating a career transition, seeking clarity on your next steps, or simply striving for greater harmony in your daily life, this episode is for you. Dr. Mel shares three practical tips for setting boundarie…
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Our primary role as educators is to equip our students with the foundational knowledge and skills necessary to compete in a global economy. However, we need to partner with our local businesses to understand their needs and how to prepare our students for life beyond school. This podcast delves into the vital role that local businesses play as stak…
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Send us a Text Message. Dr. David Johnson is a fierce advocate for education and social justice. From Spanish Harlem to esteemed educational leadership, David's story is one of resilience and mentorship. Join us as he shares insights from his diverse experiences, highlighting the power of breaking barriers and the importance of equitable education …
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As a classroom teacher, I served as the chairperson for our Spirit Committee. During my tenure, I had the opportunity to plan the 20th-year celebration for our High School. It was an excellent opportunity to partner with our community and recognize the impact of our school on the community. This podcast delves into the crucial role of community mem…
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This Democracy's College podcast episode is the fourth one in a series featuring contributors to the book Critiques for Transformation: Reimagining Colleges and Communities for Social Justice, edited by Drs. Lorenzo Baber and Heather McCambly. In this episode, Dr. McCambly talks to Drs. Erin Doran and Sergio Gonzalez about how their chapters for th…
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Unlock the transformative strategies that lie at the heart of educational leadership with Rob Stones, our esteemed guide through the complex landscape of shaping minds and cultivating leaders. Prepare to be inspired by Rob's insights on the pivotal role of relationships and choice theory in decision-making, and why personal growth is non-negotiable…
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Send us a Text Message. In this episode, Dr. Jones and I continue our conversation as we uncover the essence of fostering a vibrant school culture. He shares practical insights on communication, leadership, and time management, drawing from his wealth of experience in education. Join us as we explore the importance of cultivating a positive environ…
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The first time I had the privilege to work with our school board members was when I became the Title I Professional Development Supervisor. While my primary duties were to build and enhance the skill set of our Title I teachers, I was also responsible for briefing and updating our board members. As I worked with our Board members, I saw their commi…
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Send us a Text Message. Today, I interviewed Christopher Jones, a high school principal, discussing his approach to leadership and building a supportive culture. Chris emphasized teacher empowerment and engagement as key to student success. He described fostering a sense of belonging through gratitude in faculty meetings and activities like definin…
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I thought I understood my responsibilities when I assumed my first leadership position as an Assistant Principal. Why? Because I had served in leadership positions while I was in the Army. In addition, I was a highly effective teacher; therefore, I thought I was prepared to be a great Assistant Principal. This podcast delves into the pivotal role o…
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Have you ever wondered what it takes to transform a school into a place where students don't just learn, but thrive? Rob Stones, a veteran in educational leadership, shares his journey from a fledgling leader to a principal who turned the tide in a remote school. With his insights rooted in the philosophy of William Glasser, Rob delves into the ess…
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Send us a Text Message. In this episode, I reflect on my recent trip to Las Vegas and share how the experiences translate into valuable lessons for career transitions. Join me as I explore the importance of recognizing the efforts of others, celebrating small victories, prioritizing self-care, navigating challenges, and acknowledging privilege in t…
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Teachers are the bedrock of preparing our students for the future. As a parent, I valued my children’s teachers and understood their work in educating our students. However, when I became a teacher, I realized I had barely scratched the surface. This discussion explores the pivotal role of educators and support staff as stakeholders in the school d…
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