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Looking for ways to become a stronger educator?


Learn how from this week's podcast, which features principals sharing their best practices

The Better Leaders Better Schools podcast is for school and district administrators, emerging leaders, and educational influencers. In each episode, Daniel Bauer, a self-described “connector,” interviews school principals and industry leaders who share their insights, experiences, and mistakes. Learn how to build relationships, use data, and maximize your influence by practicing a growth mindset. Each show includes helpful educational resources shared to improve your leadership skills at school. As Bauer says, “This podcast was created to make your commute, workout, and even the chores more enjoyable!”

Here are three of our favorite episodes:

Can 30-minute conversations improve a school?-Dan Butler discusses using empowerment and delegation to maximize productivity.

Student-Centered Real-World Innovation – Nancy Conrad discusses the Conrad Challenge and “No box” thinking.

Knocking Down the Walls of the Classroom – Chris Nesi discusses how to help resistant teachers accept new tech tools and how to get kids comfortable with innovative learning.

[Editor’s Note: eSchool News will be featuring a K12 podcast every Friday. Send your favorites to eullman@eschoolnews.com.]

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