On this episode of the show, I connect with John Spencer, co-author of the book Launch.  If you want to get your students using more design thinking and creating more I highly recommend you check out his book.  He also is the host of the podcast The Creative Classroom and his websites is spencerauthor.com.  Not only does John create great blog posts, but he’s also excellent at creating dynamic videos, which you can catch at spencervideos.com.  We talk about his experience in the classroom, the importance of journalism in school, and one of my favorite topics, higher ed.  We also discuss the Global Day of Design, which is taking place on May 2.  You can join in at globaldayofdesign.com. 

On this episode I connect with Missouri School Leader and NASSP 2017 Digital Principal of the Year David Geurin.  Among other things, he shares about his epic SWAT team at Bolivar High School who are armed with technical knowledge, not weaponry.   I also really enjoyed his story about a positive twitter barrage he went on recently…you’ll understand once you listen.  You can find him on Twitter @DavidGeurin and his excellent blog is at davidgeurin.com.  

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For this episode, I had the privilege of connecting with 2016 Alabama Secondary Principal of the Year Danny Steele.  Danny is clearly another great student-centered leader and he got me fired up.  You can connect with him on Twitter @steelethoughts and his blog can be found at steelethoughts.com.  

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In this short episode, I talk about my transition back to the classroom and a new podcast project I'm working on about my grandfather who is a Holocaust survivor.  Thank you for listening and take care!  

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In this episode, I have the privilege of connecting with Kevin Honeycutt, amazing educator and speaker.  We discuss his vision for teaching and administration as well as a big life event that has helped mold his current views.  You can connect with Kevin @KevinHoneycutt on Twitter and don't forget to check out his website kevinhoneycutt.org for a ton of great resources.