Category: Articles

April 15, 2019 fredkoepp No comments exist

Today’s Guest: Rachel Weinstock Rachel Weinstock is an elementary school teacher, public speaker and artist. She has been working in the education field for over fifteen years and is known as “Miss Rainbow Fairy” because of her alternative approach to education. She speaks about how to create emotionally safe and empowering spaces in the classroom…

April 8, 2019 fredkoepp No comments exist

Today’s Guest: Robin Montano Robin graduated from Newton High School in 2003 and  played soccer at Butler Community College and Bethel College. After student-teaching, Robin graduated with a major English and minor in business administration. She worked for a local business as the office manager until her dream job became available. While working full-time, she…

April 1, 2019 fredkoepp No comments exist

  FRED KOEPP  Fred is a Speaker, High School Soccer Coach, and Student Success Agent who believes in the power of acknowledgement. In seventh grade, he was bullied to the point of taking his own life, but joined an amazing student council where he heard a speaker who helped spark a change in his attitude…

March 25, 2019 fredkoepp No comments exist

Today’s Guest: Dina Loannou   In her ‘day job’ Dina works as a Teacher Educator and Trainer at the University of Applied Sciences Northwestern Switzerland (FHNW) in the field of ESOL.  She’s been a teacher for over 22 years – or longer if you count the times she played teacher as a child. Dina is…

March 11, 2019 fredkoepp No comments exist

Today’s Guest: Jami Duncan Hi my name is Jami Duncan or, Teacher Jami! I have been independently contracted with a Chinese company called VIPKID for a year and a half. I teach English to children in China through video conferencing. I was previously a science teacher in Florida for 5 years before deciding to work…

February 25, 2019 fredkoepp No comments exist

Today’s Guest: Ryan Tarletsky Ryan graduated from Lincoln Southeast High School in Lincoln, Nebraska in 2009 before heading to Friends University on a baseball scholarship. After graduating with a major in Communications and a minor in Graphic Design, Ryan started a career as a local sports reporter for KWCH Channel 12 news in Wichita, Kansas….

February 18, 2019 fredkoepp No comments exist

Today’s Guest: Cheryl Meyer Cheryl’s message is simple, “eliminate toxins, and heal your chronic pain. Own your own health. I got sick and didn’t want a life of pain and pills.” Thus began an odyssey that culminated in Meyer’s writing the manual she wishes she’d had when she got sick. In her award winning book…

February 11, 2019 fredkoepp No comments exist

Today’s Guest: Trenton Tucker Trenton graduated from Goddard High School in 2010 and attended Friends University where he obtained his degree in Psychology and Criminal Justice in 2014. In college, he played soccer and was involved in Intramurals and other organizations on campus. After obtaining his undergraduate degree, Trenton decided to join the Fire Department…

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…