The Edu Salon

with Deborah Netolicky

The Edu Salon podcast is a space for connection and conversation around education. Each episode, Dr Deborah Netolicky talks with a global education thought leader to provide insights into where education is now and where it might move next. Like the French salons of the 18th century, this podcast is a place for a diverse range of voices to explore ideas and generate discussion in order to change the world for the better. It has at its heart a focus on humanity, equity and democracy. Available on: Apple Podcasts https://podcasts.apple.com/au/podcast/the-edu-salon/id1606510793 Spotify https://open.spotify.com/show/3DbqF7WZ6Xx81B1maC2H95 Google Podcasts https://podcasts.google.com/feed/aHR0cHM6Ly9mZWVkcy5zb3VuZGNsb3VkLmNvbS91c2Vycy9zb3VuZGNsb3VkOnVzZXJzOjIxNzE0NDIwOS9zb3VuZHMucnNz Amazon Music https://music.amazon.com.au/podcasts/6b4ca0bb-1794-4945-ad0a-617937373367/the-edu-salon Audible https://www.audible.com.au/pd/B09VZX636S?qid=1647734219&sr=1-1&ref=a_search_c3_lProduct_1_1&pf_rd_p=771c6463-05d7-4981-9b47-920dc34a70f1&pf_rd_r=M29RTMY3G4A18E186BGW Join the conversation on Twitter and Instagram @theedusalon.

Trista Hollweck on professional learning, wellbeing and community
09-07-2022
Trista Hollweck on professional learning, wellbeing and community
Deborah Netolicky talks to Dr Trista Hollweck about mentoring, coaching, teacher agency, wellbeing, play, and community. Trista is a pracademic who integrates the worlds of research, policy, and practice. She is a former teacher, vice-principal, and school district consultant. She is Director of the ARC Education Program that brings together Ministers and professional leaders from seven countries to advance equitable, inclusive and humanitarian goals in education, and co-Principal Investigator of the Canadian Playful Schools Network funded by the LEGO Foundation in the University of Ottawa. Her research has examined teacher induction, mentoring and coaching programs and their systemic change implications at the school board level. She has also researched, published and consulted about restorative justice, professional learning and development, teacher evaluation, and educational change. Trista received her doctorate from the University of Ottawa. She is committed to supporting schools and systems to improve education for all students within and across educational systems globally. Want to know more? - ARC (Atlantic Rim Collaboratory): Canadian Playful Schools Network: - Paper: ‘Defining and exploring pracademia: identity, community, and engagement’ Paper: ‘“I love this stuff!”: a Canadian case study of mentor–coach well-being’ Join the conversation on social media. - Trista: @tristateach on Twitter. - Deb: @debsnet on Twitter and @theeeduflaneuse on Instagram. - The Edu Salon: @theedusalon on Twitter and Instagram.
Paul Campbell on leadership, pracademia, and collaboration
25-06-2022
Paul Campbell on leadership, pracademia, and collaboration
Deborah Netolicky talks to Dr Paul Campbell about teaching, leading, pracademia, and collaboration. Paul is Vice Principal of ESF Sha Tin Junior School in Hong Kong, with responsibility for learning, teaching, and assessment, professional learning, quality assurance, and child protection and safeguarding. Paul is also on a partial secondment to the ESF Centre for Research where he leads the 'Seeds of Leadership' programme. He is also a Partner Tutor at the University of Dundee working on MEd programmes in Educational Studies, and External Reviewer for MEd programmes at the University of Hong Kong. Paul is Chair of the International Professional Development Association (IPDA), and is co-coordinator of the educational leadership network for the International Congress for School Effectiveness and Improvement (ICSEI). Paul is also on the editorial board of the journal, Management in Education (MiE), and sits on the advisory board for the Leadership for Professional Learning (LfPL) symposium. Paul recently completed his doctorate at the University of Glasgow where he researched the context, governance, and leadership of collaboration for school and system-wide improvement. Want to know more? - Paul’s PhD thesis ‘Collaboration – the ubiquitous panacea for challenges in education': Paper on pracademia ‘Defining and exploring pracademia: identity, community, and engagement’: Paul’s blog: https:/mrcampbell91.wordpress.com/ Join the conversation on social media. - Paul: @PCampbell91 on Twitter. - Deb: @debsnet on Twitter and @theeeduflaneuse on Instagram. - The Edu Salon: @theedusalon on Twitter and Instagram.
Santiago Rincón-Gallardo on living, liberating and leading learning
16-04-2022
Santiago Rincón-Gallardo on living, liberating and leading learning
Deborah Netolicky talks with Dr Santiago Rincón-Gallardo about what it means to liberate learning from schooling, including global examples of learning communities embracing learning as a practice of freedom and humanity. Santiago is an education consultant, founder and director of Liberating Learning, and Chief Research Officer at Michael Fullan’s consulting team. He conducts research and advises leaders and educators to liberate learning in school networks and across educational systems in the United States, Canada, Latin America, and Australia. As an educator and organiser, Santiago worked for over a decade to promote grassroots pedagogical change initiatives in Mexican public schools serving historically marginalized communities. He was the director of a small NGO that catalysed a movement to turn conventional classrooms into tutorial networks, a movement that later on spread to over nine thousand schools across the country. Santiago's academic work explores how effective pedagogies for deep learning can spread at scale. His most recent book is 'Liberating Learning: Educational Change as Social Movement'. Santiago holds a doctorate on Education Policy, Leadership and Instructional Practice from Harvard. He completed postdoctoral studies and has been a visiting scholar at the University of Toronto. Join the conversation on social media. Santiago: @SRinconGallardo on Twitter. Deb: @debsnet on Twitter and @theeeduflaneuse on Instagram. The Edu Salon: @theedusalon on Twitter and Instagram. Want to know more? - Chapter: ‘Leading to Liberate Learning’ Book: ‘Liberating Learning’ Interview article