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Graduate Center for the Study of Early Learning

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EdsUp! is a podcast all about children and those who care for them. Produced by the Graduate Center for the Study of Early Learning at the University of Mississippi, Dr. Cathy Grace and Dr. Kenya Wolfe provide wit, wisdom and enthusiasm as they explore education and public policy issues with practical advice for parents, teachers and decision-makers. Each podcast will feature in-depth interviews about a wide range of issues ranging from parenting tips to the economic benefits of investments ...
 
This is Change Makers – the podcast bringing you ideas, life lessons and amazing stories from those making a difference in extraordinary times. Powered by campaigns firm Seven Hills and hosted by Michael Hayman, this interview series delves into what makes leaders tick and looks at the contribution this empowers them to bring to the world. This is the podcast for those who want to hear the optimism that comes from challenging the status quo. Find your mission.
 
At this time of the Great Transition, we need new, fresh ideas, role models and narratives that show us how we can step forward into a future we'd be proud to leave to the generations that come after us. What does it take for our kids to look back and say, 'It was hard, but they did it'? What changes are we already making that take us in the right direction? We talk to the people leading the way, offering interviews, conversations and radical new ideas from people who are living the change w ...
 
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Luke Callier and Mathew Irving

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This is the podcast for Aspiring, Middle and Senior Leaders in Education. Each week we dive into a topic to talk leadership, strategy, culture and the business of K-12 education to define what success looks like in an educational setting in the 2020's and beyond. Hosted by Mat Irving and Luke Callier.
 
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When four-year-old Amanda goes missing, her aunt Beatrice hires detectives Angie and Patrick to trace her. However, the duo encounter paedophiles, gangs and drug deals during their search operations. Director - Ben Affleck. Want to join 'The Green Room' and be an exclusive member of Midnight Double Feature, giving you access to MEMBERS ONLY content…
 
Andy Haldane is the Chief Executive of the RSA: the Royal Society of Arts, Manufacturers and Commerce, and the former Chief Economist of the Bank of England. From 'Chicken Licken' warnings about inflation rates, to predictions of V-shaped recoveries, he's had little trouble in capturing the imagination with economic outlook - having been described …
 
Rob Percival is a writer, campaigner and food policy expert with The Soil Association. His commentary on food and farming has featured in the national press and on prime time television, and his writing has been shortlisted for the Guardian’s International Development Journalism Prize and the Thomson Reuters Foundation’s Food Sustainability Media A…
 
Golf course builder Allan MacCurrach began working on crews for Pete Dye in the late 1970s and opened his own golf course contracting company in 1987. He’s been involved in building or remodeling over 20 courses for Dye, who passed away in early 2020, as well as architects like Tom Fazio, Bobby Weed and Rees Jones. MacCurrach is also responsible fo…
 
This week's conversation ranges over an astonishingly wide range of topics from ways to facilitate interspecies communication through play and ways to play 3-person pacifist chess (and thereby change the world), to the nature of democracy and how the use of quadratic voting on the blockchain to inspire artistic endeavours in north London might be e…
 
This episode was recorded live at the Innovation in Education Festival Perth in November 2022. In this episode, we chat with return guest Rocky Collins, Principal at SEDA College, and Graeme Dix, Former Manager at BCG Construction in Perth. This episode was all about creating an authentic and meaningful relationship between a school and an industry…
 
This week's guest is a friend of the podcast, Dr Gail Bradbrook. Best known for her role in co-founding Extinction Rebellion, Gail is one of our nation's (and our world's) deepest thinkers on radical change: what will it take to shift the juggernaut of predatory capitalism from the orgy of extraction, consumption and destruction that has brought us…
 
Lisa, a manager in a hotel, is forced by Jackson, an agent of a terrorist organisation, to help him in a mission to kill a top US official, Charles Keefe. Director - Wes Craven. Want to join 'The Green Room' and be an exclusive member of Midnight Double Feature, giving you access to MEMBERS ONLY content? Details below! Remember to RATE AND REVIEW u…
 
Eva is a climate activist, process designer and facilitator. She has co-convened the Transformative Conflict for Transition Network summit, supports sociocratic system development, decision-making and facilitation in many contexts including Extinction Rebellion Scotland. Justin is an anthropologist and activist from Edinburgh. He is a member of Ext…
 
Download or listen to our latest podcast, as we talk with Dr. Marianne Celanno and Dr. Marietta Collins. Marianne Celano, PhD, ABPP is a family psychologist and professor at the Emory University School of Medicine. Dr. Celano specializes in treatment of children, including those who have experienced traumatic events. Marietta Collins, PhD is a clin…
 
Listen to our conversation with Duncan Tonatiuh (toh-nah-tee-YOU), an award-winning author-illustrator. He is both Mexican and American. He grew up in San Miguel de Allende, Mexico and graduated from Parsons School of Design and Eugene Lang College in New York City. His artwork is inspired by Mesoamerican art. His aim is to create images and storie…
 
As we move from our third to our fourth year, it seemed like a good time to look back on the origins of the whole Accidental Gods project - why and how we started and what our original aims were - and then to look forward to the coming year and what we're focussing on both on the podcast and within the membership. So much has changed even in such a…
 
Join Luke and Mat as they recap 2022. The highs, lows and everything in between, they discuss their personal journeys, the EdLeaders journey, and what they have in store for 2023 including the launch of additional Edleaders Masterminds in 2023. Head over to our website to find out more details about what a mastermind entails. In 2023 you can also j…
 
Designer and historian Josh Pettit began collecting the writings of Alister MacKenzie for his new compendium of essays, “The MacKenzie Reader,” years ago, and was ready to publish in 2020 when the pandemic postponed printing until the summer of 2022. The wait was worth it–the Reader is a gorgeous volume of Pettit’s selections of the architect’s bes…
 
Anita Sanchez is our guest this episode. Anita’s award-winning books sing the praises of unloved plants and animals, and of the unusual, often ignored wild places of the world: dandelions, poison ivy, spiders, mud puddles, and glaciers. Years of field work and teaching outdoor classes have given her firsthand experience introducing students to the …
 
After his father's death, T'Challa returns home to Wakanda to inherit his throne. However, a powerful enemy related to his family threatens to attack his nation. Director - Ryan Coogler. Want to join 'The Green Room' and be an exclusive member of Midnight Double Feature, giving you access to MEMBERS ONLY content? Details below! Remember to RATE AND…
 
Satish Kumar is one of the absolute titans of the Regenerative movement in the UK. In 1962, he and and one of his fellow Jain monks made an 8,000 mile mendicant peace pilgrimage around the world, stopping in the capitals of what the nuclear nations of the earth: Russia, USA, China, France and the UK. He settled in the latter and soon became known f…
 
In this episode, we chat with Kirsten Ferdinands - the Executive Principal, Brisbane South State Secondary College You can connect with Edleaders at Edleaders.com.au or find us on LinkedIn. Edleaders is available on Apple, Spotify or wherever you get your podcasts or on the link below. #leadership #education #schooleaders #edtech #innovation As alw…
 
As the year stills and tilts afresh, we bring you our annual moment of reflection with two podcast hosts we really admire. There's a meditation at the end, to bring you into your own space of stillness and reflection, but ahead of this, we delve into where we think the global human psyche is at this moment, how we feel when we look upstream, and wh…
 
The average child in the western world attends 10,000 hours of school - and plays 20,000 hours of games. In the 'adult' world, many of us spend hours devoted to levelling up our characters and exploring imaginary worlds. If the Tech-bros get their way, we'll soon live entirely in the Metaverse and have minimal contact with the real world beyond the…
 
In this episode, we chat with the energetic and amazing force in education - Gavin McCormack. Gavin was the Principal at Farmhouse Montesorri School until recently, when he left the confines of his school to take his enthusiasm worldwide and co-founded UpSchool. He's also helped build multiple schools in Nepal, and is now a Montessori Australia Amb…
 
Professor Julia Steinberger researches and teaches in the interdisciplinary areas of Ecological Economics and Industrial Ecology. She is the recipient of a Leverhulme Research Leadership Award for her research project 'Living Well Within Limits' investigating how universal human well-being might be achieved within planetary boundaries. She is Lead …
 
Dr John Collins worked for the UK's Central Electricity Generating Board in the days when such things were nationalised industries. His PhD involved creating a real-time dosimeter for workers in nuclear plants so they didn't have to wait 2 weeks to learn the results of the film-based dosimeters that were in use. In doing so, he saved the CEGB consi…
 
Rupert Read is Assistant Professor of Philosophy at the University of East Anglia, but he is also a Green party activist, and a prolific speaker, media spokesperson and author advocating for a wholehearted, whole-culture response to the Climate and Ecological Emergency. A long-term friend of the podcast, Rupert joins us today to talk about his new …
 
In this episode, we chat with Duncan Anderson - the cofounder and co-ceo of Edrolo. We cover including: The highs and lows of running an Edtech startup The unique challenges of being a co-CEO The challenges of raising $40million dollars in capital for the business and what lays ahead for how to spend it. Embracing the now of doing the curriculum be…
 
Landmand Golf Club in northeast Nebraska, just across the Missouri River from Sioux City, is one of the largest and most expansive golf courses ever built, with the largest total square footage of greens of any course in the U.S. That it was designed by Rob Collins and Tad King, creators or the equally audacious though much smaller Sweetens Cove ou…
 
As we do each year, we've curated a list of the Accidental Gods' favourite podcast and books of 2022. Enjoy! Podcasts Nate Hagens The Great Simplification - fourth of four (so far) with Daniel Schmachtenberger https://podcasts.apple.com/gb/podcast/the-great-simplification-with-nate-hagens/id1604218333?i=1000583952697 The Sustainable Food Trust epis…
 
Sian Sutherland is the co-founder of A Plastic Planet, the campaign group supporting one single goal: to ignite and inspire the world to turn off the plastic tap. It's a straight talking message that looks to reject the information and greenwashing around plastic, increasing the use of materials that nature can handle, and eliminating those it cant…
 
Charlie Fisher is a co-founder and director of the Co-operative Architecture Practice, Transition by Design. He's a researcher and urban-instigator working on regenerative land use approaches and more collaborative forms of city-making driven by the belief that to unlock collective imagination for equitable societies we must remove structural barri…
 
Patrick Bateman, a wealthy investment banker, hides his psychopathic ego from his friends. Later, his illogical fantasies escalate and he submits to an uncontrollable bloodlust. Director - Mary Harron. Want to join 'The Green Room' and be an exclusive member of Midnight Double Feature, giving you access to MEMBERS ONLY content? Details below! Remem…
 
Brett Wigdortz is the founder and CEO of Tiney, the startup offering what it calls an ‘Amazon-type solution for childcare’, which he founded after seeing how difficult it was to find reliable childminding options as a father of three. Before turning his attention to early years education, Brett founded and spent 15 years as the CEO of Teach First, …
 
In this episode, we chat with Neesha Flint, Principal of Geraldton Grammar School. We cover the many challenges of being a principal, including: The unique challenges of leading a regional school The emotional toll of school leadership the differences in how you can lead in a 25-year-old school in comparison to a 100-year-old school How Neesha thin…
 
Belina Raffy, Empress and Improvisation guide, is the director of Maffick Ltd & Applied Improvisation and Thrivability thought-leader, Thrivable World Quest co-founder and global captain. She used to work in London and New York as an Executive for one of the largest global financial institutions, in 13 years, she saw many people struggle with burn-…
 
Listen to our conversations with Lillian I. Hubler, the Founder and President of Time to Sign, Inc. The foremost sign language trainer of young children’s educators, with having trained more than 250,000 educators nationwide. She is a dynamic presenter whose presentations are educational best practices, engaging, and fun. Lillian brings sign langua…
 
Michael Hayman's guest today is Rebecca Ryan, the futurist and founder of Next Generation Consulting, with a mission to help individuals and organisations develop foresight, to create brighter futures. Described as a "human spark plug", Rebecca looks at the signals to establish the future trends of our economies, supporting people to prepare rather…
 
On this episode, we were lucky enough to have the opportunity to speak with Mr Faran Tahir. Faran is an actor appearing in many projects including IRON MAN (2008), STAR TREK (2009) and ELYSIUM (2013). He is currently acting on Broadway in an adaptation of Khaled Hosseini's THE KITE RUNNER. Special thanks to Faran for jumping on and talking movies! …
 
In this episode we chat with Louka Parry - CEO of the Learning Future. We cover: How school leaders can think about the future with a futurist mindset Redesigning the system - what should we be aware of Attending SXSW and other modern schools in the USA, and what he learned on the journey. And of course much much more. We hope you enjoy this chat w…
 
Neal Lawson was brought up in an activist household and joined the Labour party at sixteen. After university, he worked for the Transport and General Workers' Union and then was a speech writer for Gordon Brown during the New Labour years. He has been helping to lead the political campaign group, Compass, since its formation in 2003. He is more foc…
 
Van Helsing, a legendary monster hunter, is sent to Transylvania in order to prevent Count Dracula, a terrorising being, from realising his evil motives. Director - Stephen Sommers. Want to join 'The Green Room' and be an exclusive member of Midnight Double Feature, giving you access to MEMBERS ONLY content? Details below! Remember to RATE AND REVI…
 
Elisa Moscolin is Executive Vice President of Sustainability for Sage, the integrated accounting, payroll and payment systems market leaders supporting the ambition of the world's entrepreneurs. With a mission to transform the way people think and work, and enable organisations to thrive, Sage grew from a small business itself to one of the UK's mo…
 
Jason Knights is Managing Director of Ground Control, the fast-growth external maintenance business and biodiversity expert committed to enhancing and improving the physical environment. He recently penned a piece for Fast Company making the $5 trillion case for improving biodiversity and the essential role that businesses can play in addressing th…
 
Dr Roz Savage MBE is an Ocean Rower, Author, Speaker, Lecturer, Sustainability Advocate. Her feats have been described by Sir Richard Branson as “Heroic, epic, inspiring, historic.” Best known as the first (and so far only) woman to row solo across the world’s “Big Three” oceans - the Atlantic, Pacific, and Indian - Roz inspires us to think again a…
 
Jim Nagle began working with golf course renovation and historical restoration legend Ron Forse in 1998, in what might be considered the field’s pioneering days. Golf course restoration is an attempt to reestablish a course’s first principles–placing it back in a specific point in time, usually in accordance with the way the original architect desi…
 
In this episode, we chat with Liam King, an Associate Partner at Fisher Leadership Executive Search. Liam brings a wealth of school leadership experience to his recruitment role, formerly holding roles as Deputy Principal and Principal in both Australia and Asia. We hope you enjoy this chat with Liam. To connect with Liam - find him on LinkedIn at …
 
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