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Jason is currently teaching Physical Science and Biomedical Science at Carroll High School in Fort Wayne, Indiana.  After being in administration for a few years, Jason re-entered the classroom in order to be closer to his daughter, Adelynn.  

Jason wanted to become an administrator when he had the chance to choose what device students would use in his classroom and was able to develop his own course, Advanced Topics in Modern Science.  
As a consequence, Jason has a true passion for empowering both students and adults.

He is the host of the Principally Speaking Podcast and is working on a new podcast entitled #922 that tells the story of his grandfather who is a living Holocaust survivor.

You can find Jason on Twitter @Jason_R_Bodnar

About Principally Speaking

Principally Speaking launched on June 3, 2014.  The show aims to inspire educational leaders and provide them with new ideas and tools in their growth.  Jason built the show from the ground up, developing both the intro music through GarageBand and the podcast art using Adobe Illustrator.  Principally Speaking is a proud member of the Education Podcast Network, an amazing collection of Podcasts By Educators, Podcasts for Educators. 

Jason has had the honor of connecting with several amazing leaders in education, including:

Tom Murray, Director of Innovation for Future Ready Schools
Mark Barnes, author and creator of the Hacked Learning Series
Baruti Kafele, author of The Principal 50 and Transformative Leader
Eric Sheninger, author of Digital Leadership and Senior Fellow at ICLE
Justin Baeder, director of The Principal Center
Dr. Joe Mazza, Leadership Innovation Manager at U of Penn Graduate School of Education
Derek McCoy, NASSP 2014 Digital Principal of the Year
Jeffrey Benson, author of Hanging In: Strategies for Teaching the Students that Challenge Us Most
Dave Burgess, author of Teach Like a Pirate and publisher
Don Wettrick, author of Pure Genius and creator of Innovations class
Matt Miller, presenter and author of Ditch That Textbook