Former University of Oregon runner and current Lincoln High School (OR) Cross Country and Track and Field Coach Eric Dettman lays down a litany of resources you can access to help your athletes get faster, but he also provides incredible insight into how he's built a culture around loving your teammates, why it's not necessarily a bad thing when an athlete rolls her eyes when the coach is talking, and how his experiences in Tracktown helped him become a better coach. You can find Coach Dettman on Twitter @LHSTFXC.
Episode 102: Masaki Matsumoto, Head Football Coach, Lincoln HS, Tacoma, W
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Masaki Matsumoto is the Head Football Coach at Lincoln HS in Tacoma, WA. He played college football at Trinity International University in Chicago. He has coached at the high school level in both CA and WA. He has been featured on ESPN E60 program for his passion for using LOVE as the cornerstone of his football programs. 4 words that make up his program’s core covenant are: LOVE, OWNERSHIP, ACCOUNTABILITY, and DISCIPLINE.The post Episode 102: Masaki Matsumoto, Head Football Coach, Lincoln HS, Tacoma, W first appeared on All In Sports Outreach.
S1/E28: School Spotlight: How Nebraska's Lincoln HS Supports Linguistic and Cultural Diversity
How has Lincoln High School designed and implemented systems to foster a welcoming environment for students that collectively speak over 30 different languages? What might schools do to ensure that all students, including ELLs and newcomers, have access to a wide variety of courses? How can home grown “cultural liaisons" help promote family and community engagement while also enhancing the teacher candidate pipeline?We discuss these questions and much more with Maira Méndez Rodríguez of Lincoln High School in Lincoln, Nebraska. As an instructional coordinator, Maira is an appraiser for teachers, test coordinator, and also coordinates parent engagement events. Another important part of her role includes student discipline for ELL students. To meet the needs of this diverse population of students, she works closely with the ELL team made up of a counselor, advocate, bilingual liaisons, teachers and other district staff. As part of her parent engagement role, she and her colleagues have collaborated with liaisons to host informational family nights in the native languages of the parents and guardians of LHS students. Prior to becoming an instructional coordinator, Maira taught Spanish and ELL classes to middle and high school students. Maira decided to pursue administration in hopes of having a greater impact on students’ educational journey beyond her classroom. She believes a strong partnership with the parents of students and the community is an asset in ensuring student success.--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/highest-aspirations/message