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. Smart, Witty, Wisdom from the NAESP conference

Joe Sanfelippo, Tony Sinanis with Brad Gustafson, Ben Gilpin, Todd Whitaker, Amy Fadeji  Kathy Melton

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Join in this freewheeling, impromptu segment where several educators drop in from the NAESP conference in Long Beach, California.

Follow: @Joesanfelippofc @TonySinanis @GustafsonBrad @benjamingilpin 

@ToddWhitaker @mrsfadeji @kathyamelton  @bamradionetwork

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. It Is All About the Kids: How We Make Sure No One Forgets

Dr. Joe Sanfelippo, Tony Sinanis with Adam Welcome 

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We all know that our work is all about the kids, but too often our actions show that we have forgotten this central fact.  In this segment our guest shares with us how he keeps his students at the center of his school community. 

Follow: @Joesanfelippofc @awelcome @TonySinanis @bamradionetwork
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. The One Tool You Need to Tell Your School's Story

Dr. Joe Sanfelippo, Tony Sinanis with Amy Fadeji 

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This is the first of a series of west coast interviews with administrators who are using social media to showcase students' work and  tell their school's story.  

Follow: @Joesanfelippofc @mrsfadeji @TonySinanis @bamradionetwork

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. An Educator's Reflection on Doing and Sharing Inspiring Work

Dr. Joe Sanfelippo, Tony Sinanis with Krissy Venosdale

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Our guest is a walking talking model of inspiration.  In this segment she talks about  why she shares her inspiration, how she shares it, and the results sharing has produced. 

Follow: @Joesanfelippofc @venspired @TonySinanis @bamradionetwork

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. The One Thing Parents Really Want From Teachers and School Leaders

Dr. Joe Sanfelippo, Tony Sinanis with Lisa Davis and Gwen Pescatore

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Through trial and error, our guests discovered that what parents want from teachers and school leaders may differ from what schools and PTO's believe.  Tune in to learn what matters most to many parents and how to marry what parents want with what schools need.

Follow: @Joesanfelippofc @LisaODavis @gpescatore25 @TonySinanis @bamradionetwork

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