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Scott Genzer—Data-Informed, Not Data-Driven


Scott Genzer joins Justin Baeder to discuss his work in helping schools mine their data.

Interview Notes, Resources, & Links

  • Visit the Genzer Consulting website
  • Follow Scott on Twitter @sgenzer
  • About Scott Genzer

    Scott Genzer is President & CEO of Genzer Education Consulting, specializing in helping K-12 schools analyze their data.

    David Lowe—Formative Assessment with Snapfolio


    David Lowe joins Justin Baeder to discuss his journey from classroom teacher and administrator to app developer.

    Interview Notes, Resources, & Links

    About David Lowe

    David Lowe is the Founder & CEO of Snapfolio, a mobile app development company focused on formative assessment tools for teachers.

    Dave Hasenbalg—Leadership As Architecting Conversations


    Dave Hasenbalg joins Justin Baeder to discuss his work in leadership development.

    Interview Notes, Resources, & Links

    About Dave Hasenbalg

    Dave Hasenbalg is a leadership consultant and the founder of the Center for Leadership Excellence in Independent Schools, where he helps school teams develop collaborative cultures.

    Jon VanderEls—Competency Education


    Jon VanderEls joins Justin Baeder to discuss his work in shifting to a competency education model in his school.

    Interview Notes, Resources, & Links

  • Jon's article on ConnectedPrincipals
  • Follow Jon on Twitter @JVanderEls
  • Read Jon's Blog
  • About Jon VanderEls

    Jon VanderEls is principal of Memorial School in Newton, NH.

    Kelly Wachel—Parents and Schools Together


    Kelly Wachel joins Justin Baeder to discuss her book, Parents and Schools Together: Blueprint for Success with Urban Youth.

    Interview Notes, Resources, & Links

    About Kelly Wachel

    Kelly Wachel is the Public Information Officer for Center School District in south Kansas City.

    Stephanie Hirsh—Becoming A Learning System


    Stephanie Hirsh joins Justin Baeder to discuss her book, Becoming a Learning System.

    Interview Notes, Resources, & Links

    Roddy Roediger—Make it Stick


    Roddy Roediger joins Justin Baeder to discuss his book, Make it Stick.

    Interview Notes, Resources, & Links

    About Roddy Roediger

    Henry L. Roediger III is a world-renowned researcher in the field of memory and learning. He is the James S. McDonnell Distinguished University Professor of Psychology at Washington University in St. Louis, and author of more a dozen books and 175 articles.

    Daisy Dyer Duerr—Making Technology Accessible to Students


    Daisy Dyer Duerr joins Justin Baeder to discuss preparing all students for success in today's digital world.

    Interview Notes, Resources, & Links

  • Follow Daisy on Twitter
  • Read Daisy's blog
  • About Daisy Dyer Duerr

    Daisy Dyer Duerr is the K-12 principal of Saint Paul Public Schools in Saint Paul, Arkansas. She is the 2014 NASSP Digital Principal, and is a popular blogger and Twitter presence for school leaders.

    Joli Barker—The Fearless Classroom: A Practical Guide to Experiential Learning Environments


    Joli Barker joins Justin Baeder to discuss her book, The Fearless Classroom: A Practical Guide to Experiential Learning Environments.

    Interview Notes, Resources, & Links

  • Purchase Joli's book, The Fearless Classroom: A Practical Guide to Experiential Learning Environments.
  • Visit Joli's blog
  • Follow Joli on Twitter @joli_barker
  • About Joli Barker

    Joli Barker is an elementary teacher in Texas. She is Microsoft in Education Master Educator and Global Forum winner. She was the 2013 Texas Computer Education Association's Classroom Teacher of the Year as the TCEA 2013 Classroom Teacher of the Year. She is also one of The National School Board Association's 2014 “20 to Watch” in education. She has a popular blog, The Fearless Classroom, and also does consulting work in schools.

    Don Wettrick—Pure Genius: Building a Culture of Innovation and Taking 20% Time to the Next Level


    Don Wettrick joins Justin Baeder to discuss his book, Pure Genius: Building a Culture of Innovation and Taking 20% Time to the Next Level.

    Interview Notes, Resources, & Links

  • Purchase Don's book, Pure Genius: Building a Culture of Innovation and Taking 20% Time to the Next Level.
  • Creative Confidence by Tom Kelley
  • inGenius by Tina Seelig
  • Linchpin by Seth Godin
  • The Lean Startup by Eric Ries
  • Drive by Dan Pink
  • Download Seth Godin's pdf “Stop Stealing Dreams”
  • About Don Wettrick

    Don Wettrick is an Innovation Coordinator at Noblesville High School, just outside Indianapolis, IN. Wettrick has worked as a middle school and high school teacher; educational and innovation consultant; and educational speaker. Don is passionate about helping students find their educational opportunities and providing them with the digital tools they need to give them a competitive edge. Don has lectured across the US and Europe about collaboration, social media use, and work environments that enable innovation. He also hosts an internet radio program, InnovatED, for the BAM! Radio Network. Most importantly Don works with educators and students to bring innovation and collaborative skills into education. Don lives in Greenwood, IN with his wife, Alicia, and three children: Ava, Anna, and Grant. You can find him on Twitter @donwettrick where he tweets updates on his student's innovation work.