Podcast Ep. 13: “Detox Technology: How to Reset Your Brain and Energize Your Emotions” with Guest Brad Huddleston

Sleep deprivation, depression, and suicide rates all have one common root: screens and other technology. Today, Brad Huddleston concludes his interview about the dangers and advantages of technology with helpful tips on conquering digital use and turning it to our advantage. Brad is an internationally respected speaker, consultant, teacher, and author

By |2022-05-31T16:23:01-04:00April 18th, 2022|Interviews, Podcast Episodes, Technology|2 Comments

Podcast Ep. 12: “Is Technology Hurting the Classroom?” with Guest Brad Huddleston

  The use of technology in education can be controversial. In today’s episode, Brad Huddleston shares his experience and research on minimizing the harm and maximizing the wealth of the digital age.  Brad is an internationally respected speaker, consultant, teacher, and author on the topic of digital addiction. Click here to watch the full

By |2022-04-11T17:00:42-04:00April 11th, 2022|Interviews, Podcast Episodes, Technology|0 Comments

Podcast Ep. 10: “Heroes of Change: Speaking Up” with Guest Tom McCracken

How do we eradicate bullying?  Guest Tom McCracken answers this question with a ringing call to action after delving into the place of faith in the classroom, school curriculum, and the heroism of teachers in spite of overwhelming obstacles. Listen to today’s podcast episode on The State of Education with Melvin Adams. Pastor Tom

By |2022-04-11T17:01:52-04:00March 28th, 2022|Interviews|0 Comments

Have you followed our new podcasts?

Did you know that the Noah Webster Educational Foundation has not one, but TWO new podcasts?  Every Monday, we bring you a new episode of The State of Education with Melvin Adams, a talk-show-style podcast designed to take you behind the scenes of American education. Our host Melvin interviews experts across the country about

By |2022-03-22T11:19:02-04:00March 21st, 2022|Interviews|0 Comments

Rethinking Black History and Black Futures: With Sheila Qualls

Today’s narrative of systemic racism is an insult to the black Americans who lived through the Jim Crow South. At least, that’s how Sheila Qualls sees it.  Her father, born at the end of the 1920s, experienced the brunt of prejudice leading up to the Civil Rights movement. He was intimately familiar with the

By |2022-02-23T18:41:53-05:00February 23rd, 2022|Community Involvement, Interviews|3 Comments
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