Episode 12's educator coffee talk is focused on looking forward with fresh eyes. How to bounce back and enjoy this year of teaching a little more than you already are. The opportunity to do better is right now.
The Buzz with Jon Harper of The Boutique Distillery
From an engineering background in New Zealand, via wedding photographer, to gin producer in Gloucestershire, Jon has used his unique experience to develop a truly special business. At The Boutique Distillery all their gin is all made in house, using specially sourced local ingredients, in small batches, making it a unique and artisan product. Now online sales are growing, and Jon has used his photographic skills to create engaging social media content. Jon shares his approach to managing risks along the way, and as a new entrepreneur, the importance of continuing to learn as the business grows. Find out how lockdown allowed Jon to diversify, support local charities, and refocus on what matters in the business. Plus, how an overheard conversation in a cafe led him to The Growth Hub!To access support from The Growth Hub, email email@example.com://www.theboutiquedistillery.com/
Al Interviews Jon Harper | Assistant Principal, Author, Podcaster & Public Speaker
The Depression Files
In this episode, Al interviews Jon Harper, assistant principal, author, podcaster, and public speaker (recorded 4-1-20). Jon and Al, both assistance principals, discuss the importance of supporting educators with their own mental health. Jon talks about the importance of vulnerability as a leader and the importance of self-care. Jon also shares the story of his own "breakdown" due to a continued rise in the level of anxiety he was dealing with eight years ago. Jon wrote an article titled, "5 Strategies for Teacher Self-Care", that was recently published in ASCD Express. Jon is the author of "My Bad: 24 Educators Who Messed Up Fessed Up and Grew!". Jon was the host of the podcast, "My Bad" that ran from April 2016 - September 2019. He is currently co-hosting the podcast, "Teachers Aid", which aims to provide social and emotional support for the very personal challenges teachers face. You can find out more about Jon on his website at jonharper.blog and follow him on Twitter @Jonharper70bd. If you enjoyed this episode, please click the 'like' button. Also, please take a moment to rate and review the show on iTunes. Finally, don't miss an episode! Click the subscribe/follow button now! If you have listened and feel that you have received some value from the podcast, please consider supporting the show by becoming a Patron at patreon.com/thedepressionfiles. You can begin to support the show with as little as $1.00/month! In addition to The Depression Files podcast, you can find Al's blog at TheDepressionFiles.com. There, you can also find out how to work with Al as a coach or schedule him for a public speaking event. You will also find Al on Twitter @allevin18.
Episode 118- Jon Harper shares his journey of "My Bad" moments on his way to success.
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Jon Harper is the host of My Bad and the co-host of Teachers’ Aid. He has had the chance to interview and learn from over 150 of the top minds in education and psychology. For over 20 years Jon has worked in education. He spent 10 years in the classroom teaching 1st, 2nd, 4th and 5th grade, during which time he earned National Board Certification. Jon was also a math coach for 3 years. For the past ten years he has been an assistant principal. He is currently the assistant principal at New Directions Learning Academy, an alternative school for students in grades 3-12. Jon has spent the past 23 years laughing, crying and celebrating with teachers. He knows what they go through each day and he is on a mission to help make their days better.
Jon Harper is a podcaster, administrator and author of My Bad (of the same name as one of his podcasts), Jon is currently the assistant principal in Dorchester County, Maryland. This is his seventh year serving as an assistant principal at the elementary level. Prior to becoming an administrator, he served as a Math Coach and an elementary school teacher. During his sixth year teaching, he earned National Board Certification, which he held for ten years. He ran a Young Gentleman's Club that was aimed at helping young men reach their full potential. Jon is a blogger and the host of two podcasts on the Bam Radio Network.
On Episode 21 of the Instant Relevance Podcast, Denis (@MathDenisNJ) and Raymond (@blended_math) interview Jon Harper (@Jonharper70bd) - principal, podcaster, and Author of "My Bad: 24 Educators Who Messed Up Fessed Up and Grew". The hosts discuss how being honest and open about our mistakes and struggles can bring educators together, how to create a culture of forgiveness as a school leader, and the realities of being a male elementary educator. Jon Harper: -- jonharper.blog -- My Bad on Amazon Check out more from Denis: -- denissheeran.com/ Check out more from Ray: -- blendedlearningmath.com/ The Instant Relevance Podcast is a proud member of VoicEd.ca and the Education Podcast Network -www.edupodcastnetwork.com --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/instant-relevance-podcast/support
Pondering Education: S2E9 – Super Sunday with Jon Harper
The Pondering Education Podcast
On Today’s Show Welcome to Super Sunday! On this special episode of Pondering Education, Ryan speaks with Kelly Gerstenberg, Director of Programming at ASCD! We’re on the Road to Empower19, and you’ll get an inside look into the planning of this incredible event. CLICK HERE TO REGISTER FOR ASCD EMPOWER 19 Later, Ryan speaks with Jon Harper, author of the new book, My Bad. Jon is an accomplished educator, podcaster, speaker, and now author! CLICK HERE TO PURCHASE MY BAD Thank you so much for listening! If you’re enjoying the show, please be sure to subscribe to Pondering Education on your preferred podcast platform! CLICK HERE TO FOLLOW PONDERING EDUCATION ON TWITTER!
56 - Jon Harper: Assistant Principal, Blogger, and Podcaster
Teachers on Fire
JON HARPER is an Assistant Principal at Sandy Hill Elementary School in Cambridge, Maryland. He’s the smooth-sounding voice of the My Bad Podcast & Co-Host of the Teachers Aid podcast. Follow Jon online here: TW: https://twitter.com/Jonharper70bdIG: https://www.instagram.com/jonharper70/Blog: https://jonharper.blog/The My Bad Podcast: https://www.bamradionetwork.com/my-bad/The Teachers Aid Podcast: https://www.bamradionetwork.com/teachers-aid/In our conversation, Jon describes a time in his career when the stresses of work and life overtook him and he was unable to get out of bed for two days. Since then, he’s seen the power of being vulnerable and reaching out for support, and it’s become a mission that drives his creative work. Jon also explains why he’s excited about education today, talks about a professional goal, and gives us some great picks on Twitter, books, podcasts, and more.Visit https://teachersonfire.net/ for show notes and links from this episode.Follow the Teachers on Fire podcast on social media!TW: https://twitter.com/TeachersOnFire.IG: https://www.instagram.com/teachersonfire/FB: https://www.facebook.com/TeachersOnFire/Song Track CreditsIntro: Relax (by Simon More)Outtro: Starley – Call on Me Remix (by DJ Zhorik)--- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/teachersonfire/support