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Episode 091: Dr. John Marschhausen – Cultivating Innovators And Creative Thinkers

Episode 091: Dr. John Marschhausen – Cultivating Innovators And Creative Thinkers

John Marschhausen is a very interesting and intelligent leader.  He is deeply interested in leading and empowering young people to develop their leadership skills.  This is the first time I’ve spoken with a school super intendant on The Learning Leader Show.  I’m really glad that I did.  John shares detailed, research backed evidence to how we can better lead our children.  We are extremely fortunate to have John share his knowledge with us, the loyal listeners of The Learning Leader Show.

Dr. John Marschhausen is a dynamic educational leader; he serves with passion, purpose, and energy. He is committed to personalizing education for each student, facilitating a culture of growth, and supporting continued innovation in instructional practices. John has his Bachelor of Arts in History/Political Science from Wittenberg University and his master’s degree from the University of Dayton. He earned his Doctor of Philosophy in Leadership from Capella University. He was appointed by Governor Kasich to the Ohio Digital Learning Task Force, has served on the Ohio Senate’s Testing and Accountability Committee and has testified many times before the Ohio General Assembly. He reports directly to the Board of Education and serves as the Board’s Chief Executive Officer. As superintendent he supports administrators and principals in their every day jobs so teachers can do what they need to do to prepare every student for tomorrow.

Episode 091: Dr. John Marschhausen – Cultivating Innovators And Creative Thinkers

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“We need to have students ready for tomorrow.”

In This Episode, You Will Learn:

  • Integrity, Trust, and Relationship Building Skills are the qualities of people who sustain excellence over long periods of time
  • The need for a more personalized approach to teaching and leading students
  • How we create the space for original thinkers and innovators
  • The issue with standardized testing
  • The need to look for additive opportunities to give feedback
  • How to view failure as a learning opportunity
  • Thinking Long Term…
  • Tactical things all parents can do to be better leaders
  • The 6 disciplines of the R factor
  • How his work with Tim Kight has been such a positive experience
  • Values, Behaviors, and Outcomes
  • Having a sense of purpose as a leader

“Grades are merely a marker of compliance.”

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This was a jam packed episode full of great content.  Dr. John Marschhasen is leader who is constantly learning in order to help us all live a better life. Who do you know that needs to hear this?  Send them to The Learning Leader Show!

Episode edited by the great J Scott Donnell

Bio From HilliardSchools.org

Dr. John Marschhausen is a dynamic educational leader; he serves with passion, purpose, and energy. Dr. Marschhausen is committed to personalizing education for each student, facilitating a culture of growth, and supporting continued innovation in instructional practices. Dr. Marschhausen has his Bachelor of Arts in History/Political Science from Wittenberg University and his master’s degree from the University of Dayton. He earned his Doctor of Philosophy in Leadership from Capella University. John was appointed by Governor Kasich to the Ohio Digital Learning Task Force, has served on the Ohio Senate’s Testing and Accountability Committee and has testified many times before the Ohio General Assembly. He reports directly to the Board of Education and serves as the Board’s Chief Executive Officer. As superintendent he supports administrators and principals in their every day jobs so teachers can do what they need to do to prepare every student for tomorrow.

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