The best-selling author of The Gift of Failure discusses the implications of her work on learning and parenting on Catholic schools.
Dr. Uhl interviews educational consultant Helen Dahlman, the former principal and president of Risen Christ School in Minneapolis, an inner-city dual language school. Helen shares her leadership philosophy and her approach to accessibility in Catholic schools.
The long-time and well-regarded youth minister from the Diocese of Helena, Doug Tooke, joins Dr. Tim Uhl on the "Catholic School Matters" podcast to discuss how lessons learned from youth ministry could inform the ministry of Catholic schools.
Fr. Brian O'Brien, the president of Tulsa's Bishop Kelley High School, joins the podcast to discuss his own vocation, his ministry, and his recommendations to school leaders for promoting vocations.
Rebeca Bautista, the principal of the innovative and growing Archdiocese of Miami Virtual Catholic School, joins Dr. Uhl to describe the venture.
The Director of K-12 programs from the Cardinal Newman Socieity, Dr. Guernsey joins the podcast to explain the Catholic Curriculum Standards project and the Cardinal Newman Society's attempt to influence Catholic schools.
The Chair of the NCEA Board of Directors, Bishop George Murry, SJ of the Diocese of Youngstown joins Dr. Tim Uhl on the "Catholic School Matters" podcast to discuss the direction of the NCEA and of Catholic schools in general.
The former superintendent in Paterson and ACE alum John Eriksen, who now serves as the Executive Director of the Drexel Fund, a venture philanthropy fund supporting innovative Catholic schools joins Dr. Uhl for a discussion about the future of Catholic schools.
The innovative Director of Schools in the Diocese of San Diego (aka the Superintendent) talks about leadership initiatives, his unique path to the most powerful position in American Catholic Schools, and his favorite daughter. Does anyone read this?
The Assistant Superintendent of the San Jose Catholic Schools and Director of the Drexel Schools initiative describes the program's beginnings and future.
Dr. Vogel, the dynamic Superintendent of the Archdiocese of Galveston-Houston, joins Dr. Uhl to talk about innovations in Houston and her philosophy of leadership. Dr. Kevin Baxter joins the conversation, too.
The energetic elementary principal in San Antonio has tripled the enrollment at St. Mary Magdalene.
Dr. Uhl interviews Terry Shields, the Executive Director of the Nativity Miguel Coalition. They discuss the innovative Nativity/Miguel model and the impact the schools have had on Catholic education.
Mary Beth Mueller, the longtime superintendent of the vibrant Diocese of Phoenix schools, offers wisdom for emerging Catholic administrators and thoughts on the challenges and successes of Catholic schools in Phoenix.
In lucky episode #13, Chris Mominey, the COO and Secretary for Education in the Archdiocese of Philadelphia, discusses the innovative governance models and the successes within his archdiocese. Mominey also discusses his work toward changing the culture of the Catholic schools toward a growth mindset.
Dr. Uhl interviews Christian Dallavis, the senior Director of Leadership Programs at the innovative and influential ACE (Alliance for Catholic Education) program at Notre Dame.
This episode features a guest host (Mike Rogers) interviewing Dr. Uhl about why he started the podcast, what he's learned, and what's ahead.
Dr. Uhl interviews the dynamic 3rd grade teacher at St. Margaret Mary School in Omaha, Nebraska. Known as "Barb from Nebraska" on Twitter, Barb is able to cultivate an active social media presence while practicing innovative teaching practices at her school school.
Dr. Mary Chase of Creighton University explores the role of Catholic universities in society and in supporting our Catholic school systems.
Fr. James Martin shares his thoughts about America, the Church, and innovations in education.
Dr. Uhl interviews the dynamic Aussie Jonathan Doyle, founder of the "Going Deeper" faith formation series for Catholic educators.
Dr. Uhl interviews the co-founder of the Seton Partners, a Catholic philanthropy group who supports blended learning and other innovative programs.
Dr. Uhl interviews Dr. John James from Saint Louis University about their Billiken Teaching Corps and other innovative Catholic education programs. Dr. James shares his philosophy on Catholic education as the "heart" of the faith.
Dr. Uhl interviews the Executive Director of the St. Labre Indian School network, Curtis Yarlott. Located in southeast Montana, the schools serve students tuition-free from the Northern Cheyenne and Crow reservations.