From The Field Podcast AND Lifelong Learner Blog - Updated 11/20


We have added a blog to our professional learning resources!!!
Please check out our NEW "Lifelong Learner" blog and our podcast!

Click Here For The Lifelong Learner Blog



Blog Posts

8/31/2020: Professional Learning: An Overview of New & Existing Opportunities in Boone County

9/14/2020: Find Your Why: Naming and Claiming Your Professional Motto by Jenny Watson, Asst. Superintendent LSS

9/28/2020: Equity and Cultural Relevance by Kevin Dailey, BMS Teacher

10/12/2020: Celebrating a District of Diversity by Dr. Geniene Delahunty, Director of Language learners

10/26/2020: Mindfulness by Megan Steffen, Instructional Coach at BCHS



As part of our professional learning program, we are pleased to announce our NEW Podcast, “From the Field,” which features Boone County educators on a variety of topics. Our first two episode on this bi-weekly podcast feature Stacie Kegley, Instructional Coach at Ballyshannon Middle sharing her experience with proficiency scales. Cathy Himmelmann and Kyle Berberich, Technology Resource Teachers, offer “top ten tech tips” on episode two that teachers (and parents alike) will find useful. Be sure to come back as our collection continues to grow. Educator in Boone County? Interested in sharing your “From the Field” experience? Contact Kim Thomson (, PD Coordinator.


Episode 1: Proficiency Scales with Stacie Kegley (Instructional Coach, BMS)



Episode 2: Top Ten Tech Tips with Cathy Himmelmann & Kyle Berberich (BCS Technology Resource Teachers)



Episode 3: Response to Intervention with Amy Atkins



Episode 4: Assessment 101

Krista Decker, Director of Assessment Support, shares a quick overview of the basics of
assessment and how we can use assessment to impact student learning. 


Episode 5: Differentiation ***New 11/20***

Join Heather Hicks, GT Coordinator for Boone County Schools as she
shares tips and strategies for meeting the needs of all learners. 

Please check back often.  We will add new podcasts as they become available.

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