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Dr. E's SUPER reads!

Jay Eitner

Join Jay Eitner, a former National Superintendent of the year, discuss 1 book related to education in under 2 minutes with 3 takeaways that you can apply to your classroom, school, or district. Simple & quick! @Jay_Eitner | #EduSuperReads

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08/04/20 • 4 min

The 7th edition of this book was published in 2017, and each edition gets better and better. This book covers the entire process of change ranging from diving deep to the problem to mistakes made during implementation. This is a book for those in leadership positions that are for “the long haul”, as change on this level does not happen overnight, within a month, or even a year. This is a book that leaves no stone unturned insofar as how to begin to wrapping things up.
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08/04/20 • 4 min

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07/14/20 • 4 min

School Board meetings can be very laid back all the way to Jerry Springer-like. This book is perfect for novice or aspiring Superintendents as well as novice or aspiring Board members. I’ve lived through the serene (one meeting was 17 minutes) and the insane (another went for 7 hours laced with yelling and politics for TV). This is a great reference to have for all scenarios.
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07/14/20 • 4 min

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06/30/20 • 4 min

In 2017, Mark Barnes amassed a collection of chapters of books from the Hack Learning series. He put the best of the best into one book, allowing readers to “try before you buy” for the full book. Great for novice teachers or those who want to try something new or switch things up a bit.
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06/30/20 • 4 min

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If you are in or thinking about sitting in the Superintendent chair, you’re going to face challenges that you can’t even make up if you tried to. This book (published in 2018) is a fantastic collection of scenarios and resources that will help you navigate the educational seas.
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06/16/20 • 5 min

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06/02/20 • 4 min

Chromebooks have become a staple in and out of the classroom today. The book reviewed covers everything you want to know about Chromebooks, from soup to nuts. It also has lesson plans and contributions from over 60 educators. Whether you are green or a pro in using chromebooks, this episode is for you.
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06/02/20 • 4 min

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05/19/20 • 5 min

Yes, you read the title of the book correctly. Published by Dr. Sutton in 2010, you would assume that the title is an easy way of getting you to pick it up. While it got my attention, it’s also a great read on how people interact in the workplace and how you can alleviate negative coworkers from your professional life. The logic & science presented applies to all workplace events, including schools.
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05/19/20 • 5 min

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05/05/20 • 5 min

School budgeting is one of the most challenging and rewarding components of public education. Often a 10-month process with scads of stakeholders in the process, a budget need to be built methodically and with optimism. This book walks you through the process and in simple language. This podcast is great for business officials, novice board members, and novice or seasoned Superintendents.
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05/05/20 • 5 min

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04/21/20 • 5 min

Warning: I’m a bit biased about this book because it’s beyond real and helped me when I was in a bad place. The dunk tank refers to those who don’t like you and will do anything to make sure you fail. This book covers everything from dunk tank scenarios to how people who were dunked prevailed. The book was published in 2016 by Dave Burgess Consulting and was written by Rebecca Coda and Rick Jetter.

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04/21/20 • 5 min

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Episode 25: The 5 Second Rule

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03/31/20 • 4 min

No - this is. Or the 5 second rule when it comes to food hitting the floor, but the 5 second rule that you can you both professionally and personally. Author Mel Robbins lays out the science, reasoning, and why using such a simplistic rule can change how you do things in the classroom or outside of it.
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03/31/20 • 4 min

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08/18/20 • 5 min

You’re thinking to yourself “who needs another planner?” If you’re an aspiring or current Superintendent— you’d be foolish to pass this book up. Penned by 7 Superintendents coming from 7 different walks of life, this is a treasure chest of checklists and insight.
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08/18/20 • 5 min

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How many episodes does Dr. E's SUPER reads! have?

Dr. E's SUPER reads! currently has 52 episodes available.

What topics does Dr. E's SUPER reads! cover?

The podcast is about Podcasts and Education.

What is the most popular episode on Dr. E's SUPER reads!?

The episode title 'SUPERReads Episode 33: Leading for Equity' is the most popular.

What is the average episode length on Dr. E's SUPER reads!?

The average episode length on Dr. E's SUPER reads! is 6 minutes.

How often are episodes of Dr. E's SUPER reads! released?

Episodes of Dr. E's SUPER reads! are typically released every 13 days, 18 hours.

When was the first episode of Dr. E's SUPER reads!?

The first episode of Dr. E's SUPER reads! was released on Sep 11, 2019.

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