Hello, and welcome to the Planning Period Podcast, your #EdBreakroom, I’m your host Brad Shreffler.
This week, I chat with Brent Coley, elementary principal in Southern California, and host of the Teacher Tales podcast.
As all my guests do, Brent answers my three questions, and the conversation goes off from there. In this episode, we talk about educational funding, and how the lack of it prevents the change that we all want to see in education, the power of Twitter, both for teachers and for students, and the importance of making students know that you care.
Before we get to the episode, I have a quick announcement. I have setup a store to make gear for the podcast. If you’re interested in getting a shirt, mug, sticker, or even phone case, sporting the show logo, checkout my store at bradshreffler.com/store.
So, sit back and enjoy Episode 15, my interview with Brent Coley.
“Somebody in the world, right now, is online, Googling for what you have.” -Brent Coley
Awesome time talking to Brent, and I hope you all enjoyed it as well.
If you’d like to connect with Brent, checkout his twitter, he’s @BrentColey, or his website BrentColey.com. You should also checkout his podcast, Teaching Tales, available on iTunes here, or where ever you listen to podcasts.
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You can also connect with me on twitter, @BradShreffler. I always love to hear from you. That’s also a great place to connect if you’d like to be a guest on the show.
Until next week, remember, somebody in the world, right now, is online, Googling for what you have, so share your voice.
Music provided by:
Tony Vincent, http://learninginhand.com