In this episode I interview Dr. Charlie Shaw, a chiropractor and wellness expert, about what school administrators can do to increase their energy and improve their overall health. Charlie and I get into the impact of movement, hydration, and nutrition on productivity and wellness. While you may have heard some of the advice before, it’s affirming to have it come from an expert in the field. We also talk about several specific personal productivity strategies that Charlie has found effective for maintaining balance while managing a busy chiropractic practice. Charlie mentioned a few links in the interview that I have included below:
Tim Ferriss’s content at www.fourhourworkweek.com
The stop, breathe, think app to support meditation: http://stopbreathethink.org/
You can learn more about Charlie and his work at http://activecarechiropractor.com/.
In this episode I interview educator and author Kim Marshall. You can access much of Kim Marshall’s work for free at www.marshallmemo.com. His weekly Marshall Memo helps countless educators stay current on what’s happening in K-12 education. We talk about how he creates and publishes the Marshall Memo, where education is headed in the next decade, best practices in teacher evaluation, how to stay current in the field, good habits that successful administrators have, and rookie mistakes to avoid. Enjoy this interview with Kim Marshall.
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In this interview with veteran technology director and CIO Dr. Jeff Cimmerer, we explore the past, present, and future of instructional technology. We also get into the traps and mistakes that school leaders can avoid to maximize the impact of technology and data in improving teaching and learning. Contact Dr. Jeff Cimmerer at email@example.com
In this interview with educator and author Cheryl Dobbertin, we talk about how school leaders can support teaching and learning in their buildings. With public debate over standards, curriculum, and assessment at an unprecedented and fevered pitch, we get into how administrators can manage all of the competing interests while still focusing on good instruction. Enjoy this one with Cheryl Dobbertin.