Transforming Learning Through Social Media with @DavidGeurin [Podcast #010]


Social Media is changing the landscape of how information is shared in our country and around the world.  Schools are now tapping into its power with relation to teaching and learning.  Join us in this episode as we visit with Dr. David Geurin and dive into how one National Blue Ribbon high school from southwest Missouri is using the power of social media to transform learning.

 

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Dr. Michael Methvin is the principal at Pleasant Hope Elementary School in southwest Missouri. He has served as a building principal since 2005 at both the elementary and secondary levels after beginning his career in education as a business teacher. Prior to moving to the Midwest and becoming an educator, he spent time working in marketing, advertising, and the internet industry in Boston and New York.  Currently, Michael enjoys encouraging his team to try new and creative things in their classrooms, hosting the Lead Learner Podcast, and spending time with his family.

Dr. Shane Dublin has been the principal at Bolivar Middle School for the past 10 years. As an educator, he has a passion for being involved in conversations centering around learning, innovation, taking risks and bringing about the best in those around him. He believes the “whatever it takes” philosophy applies to all areas within the academic community and strives to challenge all students, provide interventions for struggling learners and nurture kids toward becoming responsible and productive citizens.

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