In this episode, I speak to the grade 9 student who created the film, Numb about Life in Quarantine. You can find her on Instagram @livmcneil_ and Twitter at @libbyyliv Here is a link to her powerful film.
Amber Coleman Morley is the director of social engagement at iCivics, a former teacher, a mom, and the future author of Fearless in the Face of Race published by DBC. Find her at @MomofallCapes Listen to her podcast with her children @LetsK12Better
In this episode, I speak with Mila and Matthew, two University of Western students who created a program to help seniors feel connected. They look for submissions of videos, letters, postcards, etc… Check out their website here and check them out on…
In this episode, I interview psychotherapist, Lauren Muriello, founder of The Wellbeing Therapy Center. She shares about a unique daily live stream support for teens, Talk About Real Things. We talk anxiety, teens, and parenting.
Such a great conversation with a student who has created an Instagram account to compliment the students at his school. Please note that this account is not officially affiliated with the school or District.
In this episode I interview Michael Hernandez, an Apple Distinguished Educator and PBS Lead Digital Innovator, and three of his students: Vanessa Lulla, Jennifer Kerr, and Sarah Harati and talk about a project in which students interviewed someone…
Loved my conversation with 15 year old Ethan Duncan who is trying to push up against stereotypes of male dancers with his YouTube channel. You can find him on Twitter (@Glitcher1313) and check out his YouTube channel here.
In this episode I talk with Adam Hill (@AdamHillEDU), a PYP educator and award-winning education blogger from the UK, now working in Hong Kong. Media By Example is his Google Certified Innovator project that was born at the Sydney Innovator Academy in…
Author Tamara Letter shares about the kindness Passion projects and her ideas for building a culture of kindness in time for World Kindness day (and every day). Check her out on Instagram & Twitter (@TamaraLetter) or Join her Facebook group, A Passion…
Most of us dream of writing a book. This 11 year old made it happen. Connect with her on Twitter @WonderAnanya and check out her book Save our Planet, on Amazon.
My conversation with the past and current president of ThisClubSavesLives from Carmel High School is awesome. You can find them at ThisClubSavesLives.org on Twitter at @ThisClubSavesLives on Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook. Connect with them to start…
Keeley Aird is the co-founder of @StemKidsRock (with her brother Aidan who you might remember from Social LEADia) and an advocate for women in STEM. Here are a few of her recommendations for awesome women in STEM:
In this episode I chat with Louie DaCosta (@artfulouie)and his mom Diana (@dmdacosta13) who speak about Louie’s YouTube channel, Saturday Sketches and his mom’s mentoring role. You can find his YouTube channel here.
Check out the first episode featuring @TheLivBits She will inspire you as she has inspired many.
In this episode, you will hear about @aliciajpascual ‘s Youth for Reconciliation Instagram project.
Young Ayush Chopra (@Ayushchopra24) shares his passion for #TeachSDGs, is the founder of @SDGSForChildren and is now writing a book for children.
Check out high school student Isaiah Sterling (@isterlingn) and his “Student Voice” perspective on change in education.
In this episode, Josh talks about project based learning and his educational game, Gimkit. You can find Josh at @joshdotjs
In this episode I speak with Margaret Atkinson’s (@fmargret) class about their Upstander brand project. Connect with them on Twitter @UpstanderBrand and check out Real World Scholars @RWScholars who have provided the class with #EdCorps grants in…
In this episode, I chat with Allison Fuisz and Rylin W who are members of a student-led twitter chat, ONEdSschat which give voice to students and the topics they care about.
In this episode I interview students from John Polanyi Collegiate Institute’s Change Impacting Toronto Youth (CITY) club. Find out more about their YYZ t-shirts and their past and present initiatives at jpci.org