Share With Your Team!

Hello everyone!

Last week, I talked about how I had trouble naming our two-part episode with Todd Nesloney, but this week is different…because we dive DEEP into his new book STORIES FROM WEBB, and the amazing story behind this fantastic tribute to educators.

But again, we didn’t just discuss his book on this episode, either.

Truly, we discussed how community, and supporting communities, can be more powerful than any one book, idea, or person.

We discussed how amazing educators are.

We gushed over the Ron Clark Academy (both in part one and two).

We give shout outs to all the teachers not on a podcast, or who don’t have books coming out, because of how great and amazing they are.

We signal boost great educators doing their thing on the internet, like Adam Dovico, Hope and Wade King, Mary Howard, Kim Bearden, and Colby Sharp (part one and two for all).

We unpack what it means to lead a school.

We affirm what it means to be an educator.

I couldn’t be more excited for you all to hear this two-part episode, and nab Todd’s newest book, Stories from Webb: The Ideas, Passions, and Convictions of a Principal and His School Family , as well as his other superb work, Kids Deserve It!: Pushing Boundaries and Challenging Conventional Thinking .

Todd Nesloney is the Principal/Lead Learner at a PreK-5 school in Texas. He is an award winning author for his work in co-authoring “Kids Deserve It!” and “Flipping 2.0: Practical Strategies for 

Flipping Your Class” and his brand new release “Stories from Webb”. He has also published a children’s book, “Spruce & Lucy”. Todd has been recognized by the National School Board Association as one of the “20 to Watch” in Education, by the Center for Digital Education as one of their “Top 40 Innovators in Education”, by the

BAMMYs as the “National Elementary Principal of the Year” and the “National Elementary Teacher of the Year”, by the Texas Computer Education Association as their “Texas Elementary Teacher of the Year”, and by the White House as a Connected Educator “Champion of Change”.

Enjoy! See you next week.

Don’t forget to subscribe and review the show on iTunes!


Leave a Reply