Transformative Principal
An interview style podcast discussing how to be a transformative educational leader in the K-12 setting.

 

Dr. Stephen Sroka (Twitter grew up in poverty and is now an educator and keynote speaker. Be sure to check out his great YouTube page.

  • Steve describes his life growing up and the challenges he faced.
  • Overcoming welfare to become a chemist and eventually a teacher.
  • The Gift in a Toxic Society - the perfect gift you can give this year. PDF format.
  • Dear …, I don’t want to die, but if I do, I want you to know that…. Tell that person what they mean to you.
  • It will change the person you love for life.
  • It matters because you put everything you have into it.
  • Write the gift now because you don’t know when you won’t have a chance.
  • The Power of One Speaker
  • That time when Steve died.

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Christopher Kai (Twitter) has given over 1,000 speeches or workshops to a global audience from more than 30 countries. He has worked with Fortune 500 companies like American Express, New York Life, and Microsoft and notable non-profits like the Milken Family Foundation. Christopher has spoken alongside some of the most prominent global business leaders like Atari and Chuck E. Cheese’s founder Nolan Bushnell, MySpace co-founder Chris DeWolfe, and Tesla Motors and SpaceX founder Elon Musk. His keynote experiences have been described as “life-changing,” “absolutely amazing” and a “breath of fresh air” because he consistently delivers actionable ideas and strategies based on research and experience all wrapped up in inspiring and insightful stories. Christopher also has an uncanny ability to customize his speeches for each of his unique clients.

Here he talks about how to create unique and powerful relationships with those you meet. 

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Derek Rhodenizer (Twitter Web site) is a principal in Ottawa Canada. He is also the host of the eduthoughts podcast.

 

  • Whiteboard by the table

  • Legowall 4’x3’ the video

  • Modeling as administrators.

  • Giving ownership of the office to other people models giving ownership of the classroom to the students.

  • Audio/visual recording studio.

  • Weekly updates, drawing

  • Teaching parents to read with their kids.

  • Empower parents to ask questions.

  • Sometimes you have to jump and start building your wings on the way down.

  • Start small.

  • What am I good at? Start there.

  • What can you do to be a transformative principal? Go into the hallway and give kids high fives! You don’t need a reason to give a high five!

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This is a short episode where I talk about how I made the year 2016 as amazing as possible. If you want to make 2017 your best year ever, sign up for Michael Hyatt's program here

 

 

Direct download: Best_Year_Ever_Transformative_Principal_Special.mp3
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Derek Rhodenizer (Twitter Web site) is a principal in Ottawa Canada. He is also the host of the eduthoughts podcast.

  • Principal’s office as a learning space.

  • The Third Teacher book about learning spaces.

  • Why the principal’s office is a learning space.

  • Another tool that a teacher can use.

  • Constructive rather than negative.

  • Permanent audio/visual recording learning space.

  • Whiteboard by the table

  • Legowall 4’x3’ the video

  • Modeling as administrators.

  • Giving ownership of the office to other people models giving ownership of the classroom to the students.

Take the Fall Listener Survey

Support the podcast by becoming a patron!

Subscribe in iTunes

Please take a moment to rate this podcast in iTunes or on Stitcher

Please follow me on Twitter: @jethrojones for the host and @TrnFrmPrincipal for the show.

Buy Communication Cards

Show notes on TransformativePrincipal.com

Download Paperless Principal.  

Sanebox

Sponsor: Sanebox

Web Site

Transformative Principal on Stitcher

Refer A Principal

Best Tools for Busy Administrators Survey

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