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Your source for real-time and on-demand professional learning, designed specifically with the independent school educator in mind. A podcast of interviews, seminars, and conference talks to listen to whenever, and wherever you like. Brought to you by the New York State Association of Independent Schools.
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In this NYSAIS-Now Interview at the NYSAIS Brain Conference at Mohonk Mountain House in March 2019, Dr. Joanna Christodoulou explains some common myths held by educators, including the dangers of believing in preferred learning styles and learning proficiencies. Dr. Christodoulou also discusses developmental difficulties in reading and how implicit…
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In this talk at the NYSAIS Assistant Heads, Division Heads, and After School Directors Conference at the Mohonk Mountain House in November 2018, clinical psychologist and author Lisa Damour addresses the dynamics at play when educators and parents come together to talk about a student. Ms. Damour provides an enlightening discussion on the often una…
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In this talk at the NYSAIS Annual Conference for Heads of School at the Mohonk Mountain House in November 2018, Author Dolly Chugh discusses her new book, "The Person You Mean to Be." Exploring the science behind bias, this entertaining and thought-provoking presentation blends stories and science about why being a good person is overrated, what it…
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In this NYSAIS-Now interview at the NYSAIS Annual Conference for Heads of School in November 2018, Dolly Chugh discusses her new book, The Person You Mean To Be, and how implicit bias impacts us all. Ms. Chugh also discusses the implicit association test and how results can help show us all the associations that we have learned through the society …
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In this NYSAIS-Now interview at the NYSAIS Conference for Assistant and Division Heads in November 2018, Jennifer Bryan discusses how individuals can become better leaders by deepening relationships while supervising and evaluating staff. Ms. Bryan also talks about the challenges of giving effective feedback, both positive and negative, and the val…
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In this talk at the NYSAIS Business Affairs Conference at the Mohonk Mountain House in May 2018, author, education thought leader, and former independent school CFO Grant Lichtman discusses the new challenges facing independent schools and business offices in an ever-more VUCA (volatile, uncertain, complex, and ambiguous) world. Drawing on his new …
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In this NYSAIS-Now interview at the NYSAIS Business Affairs Conference in May 2018, Grant Lichtman talks about his new book, Moving the Rock, and how schools can help evolve knowledge in an ever-more VUCA (volatile, uncertain, complex, and ambiguous) world. Mr. Lichtman also discusses the inevitable paths he believes that schools will face over the…
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In this eSeminar, Debra Wilson, General Counsel for the National Association of Independent Schools (NAIS), discusses the many practices that schools will want to consider implementing to prevent abuse of students. Drawing on the NAIS/TABS task force report, as well as referencing other school's experiences, Ms. Wilson also prepares schools for pot…
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In this NYSAIS-Now interview at the NYSAIS Education & Information Technology conference in January of 2018, Kimberly Bryant discusses the success of her non-profit, Black Girls CODE, and how she grew it from an afterschool program for her daughter into an international organization that has served over 3,000 students. Ms. Bryant also offers advice…
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In this talk at the 2015 NYSAIS Head Conference, Oberlin College Professor David Orr explores the growing gap between the hopes, dreams, and expectations of young people and the declining vital signs of the Earth, the most important of which is rapid climate change. Orr argues that between optimism and despair there is a third possibility: Hope and…
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In this talk at the NYSAIS Assistant and Division Heads Conference at the Mohonk Mountain House, danah boyd examines the ways in which our personal and professional lives are shaped by experiences interacting with and around emerging media. boyd describes the process of diversification and mainstreaming that has transformed participatory culture. S…
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In this talk from the NYSAIS Advancement and Placement Directors Conference at the Mohonk Mountain House, Andrew Solomon, a writer of remarkable talent and intellect, discusses his latest work, Far From the Tree: Parents, Children & the Search for Identity. This riveting talk is an examination of the means by which families accommodate children wit…
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In this NYSAIS-Now interview with George Swain at the 2017 Tri-State Annual Conference for Heads of School, Charles Vogl describes the inspiration behind his recent book, The Art of Community. Drawing from thousands of years of religious studies and his own work training leaders, Vogl discusses how to build communities, become a role model for chil…
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In this talk at the Tri-State Conference for Heads of School at the Mohonk Mountain House, Timothy Snyder discusses his new book, "On Tyranny." “The Founding Fathers tried to protect us from the threat they knew, the tyranny that overcame ancient democracy. Today, our political order faces new threats, not unlike the totalitarianism of the twentiet…
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In her talk at the 2016 Annual Conference for Heads of School, Dr. Ali Michael, University of Pennsylvania researcher and the Director of the Race Institute for K-12 Educators, discusses white racial socialization and how white families teach (or do not) their children how to talk about race. Drawing from both her own life experiences and those of …
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In this NYSAIS-Now interview with Dr. Judith Sheridan at the 2017 NYSAIS Athletic Directors Conference, Schuyler Bailar describes his own journey of self-discovery in becoming the first transgender man to compete in any sport on an NCAA Division I men's team. Mr. Bailar also discusses strategies that he believes schools and families can take to sup…
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