This week we welcome Gerardo Muñoz (he/him/his), the 2021 Colorado Teacher of the Year, to the show to share some educational "nuggets" of wisdom.
Eric Hale, the Texas Teacher of the Year, discusses what it was like growing up with trauma, and how he has channeled that into his work.
Nevada Teacher of the Year Juliana Urtubey Otálora joins the boys!
Christine Lion-Bailey tries her hand at pop culture trivia and makes Jeff look good!
North Carolina Teacher of the Year Maureen Stover shares her inspiring journey from the Air Force to the classroom.
2021 Michigan Teacher of the Year Owen Bondono discusses his the impact of being the first transgender educator to win that award.
2021 Utah Teacher of the Year John Arthur joins the show and drafts superheroes with the boys to build the perfect school!
Ken Shelton returns to ring in the new year with the Partial Credit crew!
Jim Sill returns to continue the holiday magic and... cancel Rudolph?
New mom and listener favorite Jessica Williams returns with some holiday cheer!
Kentucky Teachers of the Year Matthew Kaufman and NyRee Clayton discuss Justice Now.
Jesse's family joins the show to talk remote learning through many lenses.
Zoe Heil (the best Heil) returns to talk about the effects of the pandemic on higher education.
Natasha Rachell joins the show to discuss some of our biggest lessons so far with regards to hybrid/remote learning.
We are talking trading races and life in a pandemic loop with Kenyatta Forbes!
ChangeMaker 2020 Conference Special Episode: Holly Clark joins the crew to discuss her new book The Chromebook Infused Classroom.
Monica Martinez shares her insight on bias and racism in the media.
Knikole Taylor, self-proclaimed nerd and lover of learning, joins the show to discuss her work.
Eric Curts, the man behind Ctrl+Alt+Achieve, discusses his new book Control Alt Achieve: Rebooting Your Classroom with Creative Google Projects.
Ken Shelton is back to discuss diversity and inclusion in the Age of COVID.