January 28, 2019 fredkoepp No comments exist

Today’s Guest: Jacqueline Torres Jacqueline hails from the San Fernando Valley, roughly 20 miles north of Downtown Los Angeles, a product of a hard working immigrant family . Although she has always maintained a strong affinity for drawing, she never partook in a single Art class until she began her studies at CSUN(California State University Northridge)….

January 21, 2019 fredkoepp No comments exist

Today’s Guest: Brooke Frisch Brooke Frisch was born and raised in Kansas. Ms. Frisch discovered a passion for teaching and academia at an early age through her mother’s influence. She entered university and pursued the study of philosophy which led her to discover Latin. She recalls gaining an appreciation for the beautiful ancient language through…

January 14, 2019 fredkoepp No comments exist

  Today’s Guest: Joel W. Hawbaker Joel W. Hawbaker is a high school history and Bible teacher as well as a soccer coach in Alabama, where he lives with his Maryellyn, his two daughters, and their two energetic rescue dogs Bruiser and Butterscotch. Joel has a B.A. in history from Covenant College, and he also…

January 7, 2019 fredkoepp No comments exist

Today’s Guest: Mitchel Meighen Mitchel Meighen is an award-winning educator and presenter and has been recognized for his passion for student engagement and non-traditional teaching philosophies. He has a special interest in ed tech and empowering students to be active contributors to their educational goals and outcomes. Mitchel has been recognized as an Apple Distinguished Educator,…

December 17, 2018 fredkoepp No comments exist

Today’s Guest: Izzy Byers Mary Beth “Izzy” Byers is a Kansas-based vocalist, trumpet player, and composer. She started singing as soon as she could talk and found her passion for songwriting as a freckle-faced youngster. Izzy has had the opportunity to open for the Pentatonix, perform at the New York Voices Vocal Jazz Camp, and…

December 10, 2018 fredkoepp No comments exist

Today’s Guest: Natalie Gray Growing up as a national park ranger’s daughter, Natalie was raised in our nation’s most beautiful places…and some of our poorest schools.  As she moved through high school in Van Horn, TX, she became increasingly aware of this. She was taught to type and take shorthand, and her school was visited by every…

December 3, 2018 fredkoepp No comments exist

Today’s Guest: Michelle Ferré Michelle Ferré is a fourth grade math and science teacher in Crofton, Maryland and the creator behind Pocketful of Primary where she creates digital resources for teachers and shares her life as a teacher through weekly classroom vlogs on YouTube. After graduating with a bachelors degree in elementary education and a minor…

November 26, 2018 fredkoepp No comments exist

Today’s Guest: Daniel Blanchard Dan is a Best-Selling Author, Award-Winning Speaker, and Educator, as well as, two-time Junior Olympian Wrestler, and two-time Junior Olympian Wrestling Coach grew up as a student-athlete. However, Dan admits that as a youth he was more of an athlete than a student.  Dan has now successfully completed fourteen years of…

November 12, 2018 fredkoepp No comments exist

Today’s Guest: Seth Oldham Seth Oldham, originally from Medicine Lodge, Kansas, graduated from Friends University in 2012 with a degree in Spanish and Spanish Education. He started his teaching career at a Catholic middle school in Wichita, Kansas. After two years, he moved to Manhattan, Ks to become a Wildcat at Kansas State University, where…

November 5, 2018 fredkoepp No comments exist

Today’s Guest: Dominique Brightmon   Dominique Brightmon is an author, library assistant, podcaster and professional speaker from Baltimore, MD. In his early childhood, Dominique was raised in the church where he was taught fundamental life lessons and received a head start with public speaking. This early start led him to win 3rd place at a…