LunchByte

LunchByte

Welcome to the new podcast series for ETIN – the LunchByte.

This series will provide you with access to leaders in the education industry and private enterprise.

Learn from leaders what:

  • The new topics in education are, 
  • They are thinking about for the next wave of technology,
  • The greatest trends in sales and marketing involve, and 
  • Much more.



Jennifer Miller is the founder of Confident Parents, Confident Kids and author Confident Parents, Confident Kids: Raising Emotional Intelligence in Ourselves and Our Kids. Join Jennifer Miller and Jill Abbott talk about Social and Emotional Learning and the role EdTech can play. The conversations targets guiding principles of SEL, barriers to adoption, how to implement practices in products, assessing SEL, and more.

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Ally BernsteinAlly Bernstein is the Executive Director of the Title IV-A Coalition. At the federal level, Ally focuses on federal appropriations, K-12, and higher education legislation. In addition to her direct work with Members of Congress, she organizes key educational grassroots events such as lobby days, press events, and Hill briefings.

Join Ally and Jill Abbott as they discuss Title IV-A, the flexible block grant under ESSA designed to ensure that districts have access to programs that foster safe and healthy students, provide students with a well-rounded education, and increase the effective use of technology in our nation’s schools. Issues such as how schools are using this money, what companies can do, how the law works, and much more will be covered during this informative podcast.

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Charles FadelCharles Fadel is the Founder and Chairman of the Center for Curriculum Redesign. Charles is a global education thought leader and futurist, author and inventor. His work spans the continuum of schools, higher education, and workforce development/lifelong learning. Charles recently authored Artificial Intelligence in Education: Promises and Implications for Teaching and Learning.

Join Charles and Jill Abbott as they ponder AI from multiple aspects - diversity, equity, and inclusion practices, assessment, deeper learning, privacy and security, and more.

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Linda Darling HammondDr. Darling-Hammond is the Charles E. Ducommun Professor of Education Emeritus at Stanford University Join Dr. Darling-Hammond and Jill Abbott as they discuss educational equity, accountability systems, biggest challenges in education, how private enterprise can help the education system, and more.