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Jesse Kohler: Policy and Advocacy

This episode’s guest is Jesse Kohler, Executive Director of the Campaign for Trauma-Informed Policy and Practice (CTIPP) and a consultant for ANS Research and Lakeside Global Institute. Jesse has been involved in the National Trauma Campaign and is a member of the steering committee of the Child Trauma and ACEs Policy (CTAP) working group. In […]

August 4, 2021

Podcast Episode #8: Dr. Shirley Huisman & Dr. Peter Mitchell

This episode of the podcast is truly a special conversation that explores both a remarkable new program and institute at Columbia College, and is also unique in its practicality. Doctors Huisman and Mitchell talk in plan language about the impacts of trauma and how we all can support those who are struggling under the weight […]

April 20, 2021

Name Your Price

Much has changed at SHARE over the past year. We’re under new ownership (Patrick and Tom now own the platform), we’ve started a podcast with some wonderful guests, we’ve changed the meaning of our acronym (which now stands for Stories of Humanity and Resourcefulness in Education) and we have continued to add courses to the […]

April 16, 2021

Podcast Episode #7: Mariah Lafleur

Tom and Patrick talk with Mariah Lafleur, the National Program Lead with Kaiser Permanente’s Thriving Schools Initiative. In addition to talking about the support and resources that Thriving Schools is providing to schools and organizations across the country, Mariah walks through the qualities of a perfect day in an ideal school. Make sure to check […]

March 12, 2021

Podcast Episode #6: Jody Johnson

Tom and Patrick talk with our old friend Jody Johnson, Associate Professor at Santiago Canyon College in Orange California, about her years providing childcare and educating with the mind of an engineer. More About Our Guest With over 25 years of experience as an early childhood educator, Jody supports the academic and professional development of […]

March 2, 2021

Podcast #5: Rick and Doris Bowman of Bowman Consulting

Join us for a conversation with Rick and Doris about collaborative problem solving, renewing emotions, the Heart Math Institute, and their experience speaking around the world. If you’re a fan of this episode, don’t forget to rate and review our podcast on Apple Podcasts. These ratings and reviews are the single best way for us […]

February 19, 2021

Podcast Episode #4: Emily Meeks and Taneesha Thomas of Focused Minds Education Group

Tom and Patrick talk with Emily Meeks and Taneesha Thomas of Focused Minds Education Group about building trust and meaningful relationships with students. About Our Guests Emily Meeks  and Taneesha Thomas are Co-Founders of Focused Minds Education Group founded in 2018.  Collectively they have 30 years of experience in education. As retired educators and now […]

February 10, 2021

Podcast Episode #3: David Adams of the Urban Assembly

Tom and Patrick talk with David Adams, Senior Director of Strategy for the Urban Assembly in New York City, about the role of education in a democracy, social-emotional learning, and International #SEL day. More About Our Guest David is the Senior Director of Strategy at The Urban Assembly. He previously served as the Director of […]

February 3, 2021

Podcast Episode #2: Julie Beem of the Attachment and Trauma Network

Julie Beem of the Attachment and Trauma Network joins Tom and Patrick for a conversation about her experience adopting and raising a child from China, her role as Executive Director, and their annual conference. More About Our Guest Julie Beem has been the Executive Director of the Attachment & Trauma Network since 2009. Julie lives […]

January 27, 2021

Welcome to the SHARE Podcast

Tom and I are excited to post the inaugural episode of the SHARE Podcast where we have practical conversations with inspiring educators. Through our work with SHARE, we’ve had the privilege to meet and work with incredible people who, in various ways, are educators, teaching and leading with humanity and resourcefulness. The stories they have […]

January 27, 2021

Accountable Talk and the Unbroken Curriculum

Accountable talk means communicating respectfully in a way that benefits everyone participating in the conversation. To talk with purpose, you have to think before you speak and listen carefully to your conversation partners. During a time when teachers and students may not be in the same classroom, accountable talk is more important than ever. SHARE […]

August 19, 2020

Interview with Dr. Theresa Price

A conversation with Dr. Theresa Price about education, resilience, equity, access and opportunities for all youth.

August 18, 2020

What are people saying about SHARE?

We’re a small team at SHARE, with fewer than 10 full-time members. This, of course, means that everyone wears many hats, that everyone has to be a “big-picture” kind of person and a “do-er,” and that we all love to hear first-hand how the platform and its courses are helping educators. We can only continue […]

August 17, 2020

Interview with Sara Deptula

SHARE’s Yannic Schroeder talks with Sara Deptula, Site Coordinator with the Riverview School Program in New York, about the traumatic impact of the pandemic on students and teachers and Sara’s experience taking the Moving Beyond Trauma course series and Teaching Through the Coronavirus Pandemic course.

August 11, 2020

Interview with Andre’ Ponder

Yannic, Co-Lead of SHARE, speaks with Andre’ Ponder, Superintendent of Red Mesa Unified School District in Arizona, about their partnership with SHARE and SHARE’s recent donation of 40 laptops to the students of the district.

August 10, 2020

The Power of Resilience

Pastor Dr. Gerald Johnson had this wonderful conversation with Dr. Jacqueline Sanderlin about the power of resilience.

June 11, 2020

Lifting Black Voices

George Floyd, Ahmaud Arbery, Breonna Taylor. The world knows these names now because of what was taken from them. In the wake of these horrifyingly common occurrences of violence, it’s essential to lift up Black voices, to support Black leaders and creators, and to champion their causes. Our cause is education, so to show solidarity, […]

June 10, 2020

A Conversation with Lex Gillette, Paralympian and Athlete Mentor

Lex shares what it’s like to be a paralympic athete and a mentor. Throughout his life and career he has learned the invaluable skill of resourcefulness, a skill he encourages everyone to develop.

June 10, 2020

Why did we build SHARE the way it is?

“Teacher preparation” is a simple phrase, but a complex idea that begs many questions. What does it mean to “prepare” a teacher? How do you ready someone for a profession that requires constant adaptation? Is “preparation” something that can be completed, or is it lifelong? “Professional Development,” as a phrase, is in the same camp. […]

June 10, 2020

Talking with Sophia Herzog, Paralympian and Athlete Mentor

Sophia talks us through the disappointment of being an olympic swimmer who can’t even get in a pool due to the pandemic. She talks us through dealing with disappointment and finding ways to keep moving forward, even when times are tough.

June 10, 2020