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Teaching During the COVID-19 Crisis – Carol Rubel

Today the Certell team speaks with Carol Rubel – Student Teaching Supervisor at the University of Scranton.

Carol Rubel shares a unique perspective about teaching during the COVID-19 crisis through a combination of her career in public education and experience as a community activist and volunteer.

She is a nationally recognized speaker and author, and believes in the inherent potential of individuals, all of whom need to be sustained and mentored as they work to become their “best selves.”

Her career accomplishments include creating the vision behind a nationally recognized educational model for at-risk teens.

In her role in higher education, Carol continues to supervise and mentor beginning teachers; she also coaches school leaders in problem-solving and decision-making.

Connecting Superintendents with Guests Johnny Berry and Dr. Derek Arrowood

In this episode of the Certell Connects Podcast we are honored to connect two high school superintendents working hard to lead their schools through remote learning during lockdown. Our guests are Dr. Johnny Berry – Superintendent of Arab City Schools in Alabama and Dr. Derek Arrowood – Superintendent of Hamilton Heights Schools in Indiana.

Certell Connects Podcast: Dr. Russ McCullough – Director/Founder Gwartney Institute

On today’s episode of the Certell Connects Podcast we are excited to have Dr. Russ McCullough of Ottawa University as our guest. Dr. McCullough is the Director/Founder of the Gwartney Institute and is host of the Faith and Economics podcast. Listen in as he shares how the COVID-19 pandemic will impact us from an economist point of view and uncovers the mystery behind the toilet paper shortage of 2020.

Certell Connects Podcast: Jamal Crook – Assistant Principal in Tampa, Florida

In this episode of the Certell Connects podcast we speak with Jamal Crook, Assistant Principal at Hillsborough County Public Schools in Florida.

Jamal shares his experience of his school’s first week working remote due to the statewide lockdown in Florida due to the COVID-19 global pandemic. He talks about how his teachers and administrators are working together under conditions that have changed rapidly. He also talks about how he is maintaining a positive attitude and how strong this generation of teachers are going to be by going through this very challenging time.

If you find this show of value, please consider commenting, subscribing, and sharing with others.

Thank you to all of the incredible teachers out there! We appreciate you.

Certell Connects Podcast: A Community Coming Together in Hamilton County Indiana

In this episode of the Certell Connects podcast we speak with Dr. Derek Arrowood, Superintendent of Schools at Hamilton Heights School Corporation.

Dr. Arrowood shares how Hamilton Heights teachers and staff are dealing with remote learning during the global pandemic. He also talks bout how his community has stepped up to meet all of the challenges and offer support.

If you are an administrator or teacher, this is a great resource for you. If you find this show of value, please consider commenting, subscribing, and sharing with others.

Thank you to all of the incredible teachers out there! We appreciate you.

Certell Connects Podcast: Teaching Remote in a Global Pandemic

In this episode of the Certell Connects podcast Chad Hudson, Harrison Painter, and Julie Nesbit interview Andrew Jones, a teacher at Fishers High School in Indiana. We talk about ways Andrew is keeping students connected in the remote classroom during the COVID-19 pandemic. We also cover some interesting topics including how to answer sensitive questions from students and keeping parents engaged as they balance this new world too.

Thank you to all of the amazing educators working through this challenging time. We appreciate each and every one of you.

Be healthy, stay connected, and keep teaching!

A Note to Our Teachers About the Coronavirus from CEO Fred Fransen

Teachers like yourself, along with your students, are being impacted daily by decisions in response to what is now a global pandemic. And while everyone will not be impacted in the same way, the ripple effects it’s having on education in our country is significant.

We want to support in any way we can, and though Certell can’t address every need you have, we can help keep you and your students engaged and accountable outside of the classroom. Our content, both teacher and student, is 100% free, available 24/7/365, and can help you keep your social studies learning on track.

Certell Connects Podcast: An Introduction to Certell with Fred Fransen

Today Chad Hudson and Harrison Painter interview Fred Fransen – Founder/CEO Certell.

In this episode Fred talks about how Certell was founded, where the organization is today, and where it is going in the future.

We thank you all for taking the time to listen and engage with us. Your voice is very important to us as we build out this community of teachers helping teachers.

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