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  • 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.
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  • Aug 6 2022
    Deborah Netolicky talks with Jiang Xueqin about creativity, agency, and empowerment in the context of China’s education system. Jiang is a Beijing-based school leader, educator, and writer who for the past fifteen years has promoted the teaching of creativity in the Chinese public school system. He has written two books about his work: ‘Creative China’ (2014) and ‘Schools for the Soul’ (2021). Jiang is a judge for the Global Teacher Prize, the Global Student Prize, and the World's Best School Prizes. He is a researcher at the Harvard Graduate School of Education Global Education Innovation Initiative, and a Fellow of the Royal Society of the Arts. He has spoken at education conferences around the world, including the World Innovation Summit for Education in Doha and the Global Education and Skills Forum in Dubai. He has been interviewed by CNN and the BBC, and has written for the 'Wall Street Journal' and the 'Chronicle of Higher Education'. Want to know more? - WISE article on creativity and innovation in Chinese schools: https://www.wise-qatar.org/creativity-innovation-possible-chinese-schools-xueqin-jiang/ - Video interview with T4 Education: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WVm3OqDVIwY Join the conversation on social media. - Jiang: @xueqinjiang on Twitter. - Deb: @debsnet on Twitter and @theeeduflaneuse on Instagram. - The Edu Salon: @theedusalon on Twitter and Instagram.
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    43 mins
  • Jul 23 2022
    Deborah Netolicky talks to Tracey Ezard about leadership, collaboration, learning, and developing psychologically-safe organisational cultures. Tracey has a background in teaching and educational leadership in the Victorian state system; business management and HR in fine dining restaurants; and project management in the automotive industry. She has been running her own speaking and consulting practice for sixteen years, and is known for her Ferocious Warmth leadership approach and collaborative framework The Buzz. Tracey has run leadership, cultural and strategic programs throughout Australia, New Zealand and the UK. She is a National Fellow of the Australian Council of Education Leaders, a Certified Speaking Professional, Board Chair of The Corner Store Network, and author of three books: ‘Glue’, ‘The Buzz’, and ‘Ferocious Warmth’. Want to know more? - Tracey’s website: https://www.traceyezard.com/ - Special podcast package: https://www.traceyezard.com/podcast-downloads-page Join the conversation on social media. - Tracey: @traceyezard on Twitter and @traceyezard on Instagram. - Deb: @debsnet on Twitter and @theeeduflaneuse on Instagram. - The Edu Salon: @theedusalon on Twitter and Instagram.
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    42 mins
  • Jul 9 2022
    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): https://atrico.org/ - Canadian Playful Schools Network: https://www.playjouer.ca/ - Paper: ‘Defining and exploring pracademia: identity, community, and engagement’ https://www.emerald.com/insight/content/doi/10.1108/JPCC-05-2021-0026/full/html - Paper: ‘“I love this stuff!”: a Canadian case study of mentor–coach well-being’ https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Trista-Hollweck/publication/335659645_I_love_this_stuff_a_Canadian_case_study_of_mentor-coach_well-being/links/5ebbc8a6458515626ca5b06f/I-love-this-stuff-a-Canadian-case-study-of-mentor-coach-well-being.pdf 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.
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    42 mins

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