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The Better Learning Podcast is about improving education at all levels - Schools (public, charter, private, independent), Higher Education, & Corporate/Adult Learning. The major theme is to break down the silos and learn from others doing innovative things in education. We highlight innovative programs & initiatives, lessons learned, improvements to educational space, and real-world tactics while getting a deeper understanding of the people behind the innovation. Our guests include Heads of Schools, Superintendents, Principals, Entrepreneurs, Non-profit leaders and other innovators. Kevin Stoller, CEO of & author of Creating Better Learning Environments, is the host.

Feb 15, 2020

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Oct 15, 2018

John Myers is Director of Marketing and Training for Haskell.  Haskell is dedicated to designing and manufacturing the highest quality furniture for business, education, government, and institutional enterprises.

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Sep 15, 2018

Stacy Fretheim is the Executive Director of the Wellington-Alexander Center.  The Wellington-Alexander Center provides intensive intervention services for individuals with dyslexia or other language-based learning disabilities. The one-of-a-kind, all-inclusive neurodevelopmental screening, assessment and treatment...

Aug 15, 2018

Mark Hubbard is president and co-owner of Paragon Furniture.  Mark’s primary activity is promotion of Paragon products. Mark frequently interacts with dealers, architects, designers, owner representatives and end-users in order to better understand how the instructional tools of education are transforming learning...

May 30, 2018

Mike Sinclair currently serves as the principal of Brashier Middle College Charter High School in Simpsonville, SC.  He has held this position since 2006 when he opened the school with the charter planning board.  Brashier is located on a satellite campus of Greenville Technical College and serves 440 students in grades...