Learning Disabilities, Virtual Learning & the Parent-Teacher Partnership

One in five individuals has a learning difference or attention challenge. While these individuals are in many cases just as capable as their peers, they face obstacles, stigma and misconceptions that others do not.

How to Connect Authentically and Create Conversations that Matter (Part 2)

In this extended conversation (part 2 of 2), podcast host Annette Stevenson and best-selling authors, professional facilitators and speakers, Will Wise and Chad Littlefield continue discussing the topics in Ask Powerful Questions: Create Conversations that Matter.

How to Create Conversations that Matter (Part 1)

Podcast host Annette Stevenson is joined by best-selling authors, professional facilitators and speakers, Will Wise and Chad Littlefield to discuss their work in facilitating meaningful communication among leaders and educators.

Not Only Fun and Games: The Rise of Popularity in Esports

On this episode of Keystone Education Radio, podcast host Annette Stevenson is joined by Bill Thomas, chairman of the Pennsylvania Esports Coalition. Annette and Bill discuss the rise in popularity of esports (electronic sports), the connection to STEM curriculum and the potential that the industry holds, as well as how it can be implemented into schools across the commonwealth.

Staying Safe Online in Today’s World

On this episode of Keystone Education Radio, podcast host Annette Stevenson is joined by Jerry Mitchell, an outreach specialist with the Pennsylvania Office of the Attorney General. Jerry provides insight into what youth are doing online and offers advice to guardians and teachers.

Keeping Students Safe While Learning Online

On this episode of Keystone Education Radio, podcast host Annette Stevenson is joined by Daniel Eliot, the director of education and strategic initiatives for the National Cyber Security Alliance. Daniel provides insight into the roles that parents, teachers, school administrators and students play in staying safe online. Topics covered include protection against malware and ransomware, how to prevent cyber bullying and Zoom bombing, the distinction between personal and school-issued devices, and simple steps to maintain the integrity of devices.

Therapeutic Emotional Support: An Award-Winning Program at Upper St. Clair SD

On this episode of Keystone Education Radio, Annette Stevenson discusses the award-winning 409 Program with Barbara Bolas, Upper St. Clair’s board president, and Amy Pfender, assistant to the superintendent of the school district.