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Educators are the backbone of our nation, and education is its lifeblood. But because of a number of issues exacerbated by politics and the pandemic, it is progressively faltering. From teacher shortages and failing schools to growing mental health issues, there is an undeniable growing crisis in Education at the individual, classroom, and school level. Though painful, with the right approaches, crises can be leveraged as an opportunity for growth. Therefore, Dr. Paul "Paulie" Gavoni and Drew Carter are co-hosting the Crisis in Education Podcast, where Education meets Behavior Science, to interview educational leaders, behavior scientists, and experts around the world to dissect the root causes of crisis issues and explore potential opportunities for sustainable improvement across schools and districts. [Sponsored by the Professional Crisis Management Association - pcma.com]

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In this episode, Dr. Paulie sits down with former principal and national consultant Dr. Kisha Bellande-Francis to dive into the essentials of good instruction and instructional leadership. Together, they explore the critical components necessary for fostering an effective educational environment. Key topics include the importance of involving stakeholders, linking performance to set goals, establishing clear metrics and feedback loops, and maintaining a daily focus on growth and reflect...
In this episode of the Crisis in Education Podcast, Dr. Paulie sits down with behavior analyst and professor Dr. Guy Bruce, Ed. D, BCBA-D, from Appealing Solutions, LLC, to dig into the pressing issues facing educational institutions today. Dr. Bruce shares insights from his extensive experience in Organizational Performance Engineering, emphasizing pragmatic approaches to transforming educational environments to ensure every learner makes efficient progress.Tune in now and learn how to imple...
In this enlightening podcast episode, Dr. Paulie and Clint Evans, known as the Behavior Chef, delve into effective strategies for promoting healthy eating habits among educators using Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA). This discussion is timely, given the higher obesity rates among early care and education (ECE) teachers compared to the general U.S. population, influenced by factors such as tenure and diet habits. Addressing this issue from a health perspective, the conversation emphasizes fost...
In a recent enlightening discussion on the podcast, Dr. Paulie spoke with CEO of Futures Forge, Nat Green, about the transformative shifts in education and workforce preparation. During their conversation, Nat compellingly argued that the traditional college path might not be necessary for many individuals. Instead, the key to success lies in acquiring the right knowledge and skills that align with actual market demands. The dialogue delved into how the future of hiring will focus less ...
In our recent podcast, Dr. Clarence Cooper, a doctoral-level certified behavior analyst, joined Dr. Paulie to delve into the complex world of behavior analysis consulting in classrooms. Dr. Cooper discussed the significant challenges behavior analysts face when working in educational settings. Key among these is the difficulty of applying ABA strategies within existing classroom management frameworks, often exacerbated by educators' varying levels of familiarity and comfort with ABA methods.D...
Feedback is universally recognized as a cornerstone of growth and development, yet its delivery often falls short, missing the mark on fostering the intended positive impact. But, by recalibrating our approach to providing feedback, we can transform it into a catalyst for genuine improvement. In this episode, assistant executive director and principal of alternative schools Jillian Bucciero, explores the critical art and science of delivering feedback effectively. She reveals invaluable...
In today's episode, we're diving deep into the heart of educational transformation with our esteemed guest, Dr. Jim Van Allen, a renowned speaker who travels across the country to share his insights on creating a thriving school and classroom environment. Jim, alongside co-author Jon Gordon, has penned the game-changing book, "The Energy Bus for Schools: 7 Ways to Improve Your School Culture, Remove Negativity, Energize Your Teachers, and Empower Your Students," set to captivate audienc...
In this episode, seasoned Principal Anthony Chiles discusses the importance of focusing on the fundamentals for improving culture, climate, and ultimately, student achievement in schools. Principal Chiles is an authentic and servant leader who is making real change through practical approaches. If you are a district or school leader, you don't want to miss this episode! Website fore STAPLEs (Simple Techniques for Achieving A Positive Learning Environment): mvpspaces.com MVP Spaces is a g...
In this episode, Dr. Paulie explores the realm of improving PBIS (Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports) and Trauma-Informed Care, guided by the expertise of psychologist Mike Bonevento. Join us as we uncover practical strategies and expert insights grounded in the principles of OBM (Organizational Behavior Management) and ABA (Applied Behavior Analysis). These insights are set to enhance the well-being and success of individuals, schools, and communities. Don't miss this conversatio...
In this engaging episode of our podcast, we dive deep into the world of Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports (PBIS) Tier I, focusing on its vital role in both mainstream and alternative education settings, with Dr. Bruce Tinor. As both a seasoned behavior analyst and a school principal, Dr. Tinor brings a unique and practical perspective to the topic.The episode begins with a thorough exploration of PBIS, particularly Tier I, which forms the foundation of this behavior management fr...
As a high school teacher in inner-city DC, Kareem Farah, founder of the non-profit, Modern Classrooms Project, witnessed chronic absenteeism, emotional dysregulation, and students with a wide range of skill levels in each class, making it impossible for each student to succeed. Today, he’s helping 58,000 educators in hundreds of countries implement technology-agnostic strategies to create classrooms catered to students’ needs, such as giving kids who show signs of emotional dysregulatio...
In the latest engaging episode hosted by Dr. Paulie, listeners are given a front-row seat to the wealth of knowledge shared by Dr. Stephen Jones, a vanguard in educational strategy and student empowerment. They delve into the essential shifts needed in public education, the pivotal role of teacher and professor preparedness, and the creation of psychologically secure learning spaces.Dr. Jones, celebrated for his contributions as an author and consultant, brings to the table actionable insight...
Are you tired of the same worn-out discussions about the education crisis? Dr. Paulie and guest Steve Ward are flipping the script. This podcast promises more than just a rehashing of problems—it's a tactical playbook for revolutionary change. Listen in as they dissect the complex landscape of modern education, from the pitfall of disengaged students to the misguided attempt to shoehorn more 'learning' into an already crammed school day. Could education be both motivating and reinforcing? Dr....
In this episode of the Crisis in Education Podcast, Sheryl Cababa, a researcher, systems designer, and consultant with well-known organizations like the United Nations and the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, discusses leveraging research, storytelling, and systems thinking to benefit all stakeholders in education. Check out this trailer and be sure to subscribe to the CIE Podcast so you can hear the entire episode when it drops!
Uncover the secret recipe for transforming school environments with our esteemed guest and friend of the show, Dr. Bruce Tinor, a behavior analyst and school transformation principal. In this episode, Dr. Tinor provides insights on building sustainable frameworks, understanding staff beliefs and values, fostering engaged learning environments, and creating a culture that reflects shared visions; moreover, he details his experience tackling behavioral challenges, establishing behavior interven...
There are educational leaders who talk it, and those who walk it. Dr. Damia C. Thomas is a leader who definitely walks the talk. Though she excelled as a student during her K-12 education, Dr. Thomas had a rude awakening when she went away to college: Her urban educational experience had not provided her with the knowledge and skills to be successful. This shocking realization led her down a path that ultimately brought her back to education public education as a successful principal an...
Keith Storey received his Ph.D. from the University of Oregon. He obtained his BCBA-D in 2014. He is currently a Professor Emeritus of Education at Touro University in Vallejo, California. He served six years as a classroom teacher working with people with a variety of disability labels. The third edition of the book Positive Behavior Supports in Classrooms and Schools: Effective and Practical Strategies for Teachers and other Service Providers” is available at https://ccthomas.com/details.cf...
A.J. Rinaldi is a residential Administrator at the Milton Hershey School and the Tier one Coach of their multi-tiered systems of support. Prior to his current role, A.J. served as a House Parent and Lead Mentor where he was awarded the Chairman’s Medallion of Excellence, was a 2019 CORE Catherine Hershey houseparent of the year nominee, and began the Jr. Gentleman Wrestling program, an afterschool program that utilizes athletics to teach character and leadership to elementary age boys.In addi...
Fernell Miller, CEO and Founder of The Root Of Us LLC, an Equity and Inclusion Consultancy that collaborates with educational, governmental, and nonprofits organizations in service of racial healing and social justice with a focus on Black Youth Advocacy. Fernell is an education activist and community organizer for social change. She has intentionally built a framework for radical liberatoration and solidarity with abolitionist practices in which vulnerability, love, truth, personal and colle...
Verbal behavior instruction helps students develop effective communication skills. Communication is a fundamental aspect of human interaction, and strong verbal abilities enable individuals to express their thoughts, needs, and emotions clearly and appropriately. Teaching verbal behavior equips students with the tools to engage in meaningful conversations, express themselves, and understand others effectively. Unfortunately, verbal behavior is not taught everywhere that it is needed in mainst...
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