Rob Carroll & Stacey Keown

What you will learn in this video:

  • How to brand your school
  • Why branding your school is so important
  • Why Rob has his tattoo
  • Why Stacey can call out her boss

Rob Carroll is the Principal of South Heights Elementary School in Henderson, Kentucky. Stacey is a special education teacher at South Heights.

What you’ll get with the All Access pass:

  • Speaker Bonuses
  • Mp3 of all the interviews
  • Lifetime access to the videos
  • Private Facebook group
  • Private Voxer Group

Erika Mortensen & Christina Lufrano

What you will learn in this video:

  • How to inspire and motivate teachers and develop their leadership.
  • How to help teachers master what is important, not just get the firehose PD.
  • Two things you must do to get teachers to walk out of PD with a plan.
  • How to engage teachers who have been there for years.

As a teacher, I’ve served as an educator, counselor, mentor, friend, parent, voice of reason, and advocate. I believe strongly that all students deserve an impartial and rigorous education that challenges them to accomplish that which they thought was unattainable. It’s for this reason that I wanted to start an organization whose leaders and staff are passionate about exploring a variety of avenues to awaken curiosity and encourage critical thought. I want to be part of a community of problem solvers who constantly collaborate, both sharing and challenging each other’s ideas. Most of all, I want to continue to advocate for anyone who feels that they do not have a voice or are not being adequately served by traditional school systems.

What you’ll get with the All Access pass:

  • Speaker Bonuses
  • Mp3 of all the interviews
  • Lifetime access to the videos
  • Private Facebook group
  • Private Voxer Group

Rosa Isiah

What you will learn in this video:

  • Why equity is so important.
  • Empowering students to be a better learner.
  • How do we have that difficult conversation about equity?
  • Where to start with equity discussions.
  • How do we reframe conversations so they can be more positive?
  • How do you have hard conversations?

Dr. Rosa Isiah currently serves students as elementary school principal in California. Her experiences include 22 years in education as teacher, bilingual resource specialist, Language Arts Specialist, Teacher on Special Assignment, Assistant Principal, Coordinator of Federal and State Programs, and Principal.
Rosa holds a BA in Sociology, an MA in Educational Leadership, a multiple subject bilingual teaching credential, an administrative credential, and an Ed. D degree in Educational Leadership for Social Justice from Loyola Marymount University.
In addition to her position as an educational leader, Rosa is a connected educator and the founder of #WeLeadEd chat. She is also the host of WeleadED Body and Mind (BAM) education radio podcast.
Rosa is passionate about equity, closing the opportunity gap, and learning with her school community. She believes in the power of relationships and leading with purpose, passion, and gratitude.
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Areas of focus: Leadership, English Language Learners and other marginalized groups, school culture, equity and social justice

What you’ll get with the All Access pass:

  • Speaker Bonuses
  • Mp3 of all the interviews
  • Lifetime access to the videos
  • Private Facebook group
  • Private Voxer Group
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