Join the Arizona Department of Education’s Title IV-A Team as they celebrate creative educational programming taking place in Arizona schools. These 15-30 minute podcasts will discuss education trends across the nation and spotlight subject areas supported by the Title IV-A grant.
In this episode, Keri Schoeff, Safe & Healthy Students Specialist interviews Dustin Loehr, Director of Arts Education & Title IV-A, on his background, his role at the Arizona Department of Education, Arts Education in Arizona, and the game-changing Title IV-A grant.
In this episode, Sandy Skelton, Title IV-A Specialist, interviews Raquel Alvara, Education Program Specialist on Family and Community Engagement, including families in the education process, and utilizing community resources in your school.
In this episode, Dustin Loehr interviews Haley Honeman (Arts Education Specialist) and Keri Schoeff (Safe, Healthy, and Active Students Specialist) about the creation of the Arts and Physical Education Re-Entry Guidance.
In this episode, Erin Henderson sits down with Henderika Tenuyl, a 13 year teaching veteran to discuss how she integrated technology into her art classroom. Tenuyl shares how her love of technology led her to develop a graphic design program and offers tips to teachers that are ready to integrate technology in their classroom.
In this episode, Keri Schoeff interviews Rebecca Astorga, School Safety and Social Wellness Specialist with the ADE Division of Equity, Diversity and Inclusion. Rebecca will discuss the new ADE SEL Competencies, how they were created, and their importance to Arizona schools, educators, and students.
In this episode, join ADE Arts Specialist, Haley Honeman, as she chats with Sunny Wight, founder of Mindfulness First, about the importance of mindfulness in schools. Sunny discusses what mindfulness is, what it isn't, and her vision of mindfulness in schools.
To celebrate and acknowledge Black History Month, the “Reimagine Education with Title IV-A” podcast series is featuring several black voices from across the Arizona educational landscape. Highlighting Black-owned organizations, leaders, and advocates who are serving as change makers across the state, this special feature aims to celebrate their amazing work in well-rounded education, safe & healthy students and schools, and the effective use of technology. Join us as we honor these inspirational influencers who are making history, today.
Title IV-A Podcast, Episode 9 "The One About STEAM Education". Listen to our latest podcast where ADE Title IV-A Arts Education Specialist Haley Honeman interviews three Arts Integration Specialists from Tucson Unified School District's "Opening Minds through the Arts" (OMA) program! Help us kick of March and join our celebration of "Arizona Youth Arts Month" by exploring how one AZ district meaningfully leverages STEAM and Arts Integration to activate the minds and creativity of their students!
Join Sandra Skelton as she interviews members of the ADE 21st CCLC/Title IV-B team, Catherine Evilsizor, Doreen Candelaria, and Anderson Yazzie Jr. They discuss what is possible with Title IV-B, The Nina M. Lowey 21st Century Community Learning Centers Grant. Learn more at azed.gov/21stcclc.
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Catherine Land Evilsizor is the ADE Deputy Associate Superintendent, Director of the 21st CCLC/Title IV-B Program in Arizona. She has been involved with many federal programs, but 21st CCLC is by far her favorite. She has been with ADE’s 21st CCLC team since 2008.
Doreen Candelaria has been active in the field of Education as a classroom teacher and EL Coordinator. She is currently an Education Program Specialist in 21st CCLC at ADE.
Anderson Yazzie Jr (Navajo) is currently an ADE 21st CCLC Education Program Specialist. The 21st CCLC grant embodies diversity in education and Mr. Yazzie engages this diversified support for rural Arizona communities in his work. He has been with ADE’s 21st CCLC team since 2006.
Join Safe, Healthy, and Active Students Specialist, Keri Schoeff, as she chats with Claire Novak, a high school student and Wellness Leader. Claire created a Student Wellness Initiative to provide Youth Mental Health First Aid training to the staff at her school.