Jordan invites a super fun guest to the podcast, sci-fi writer R.S. Mellette. R.S. shares his personal story of coping with dyslexia and overcoming it to successfully work on the hit television show
Today we take the microphones “across the pond” to interview a dynamic creative force whose work is celebrated in England and around the world. Jordan invites you to meet inter-disciplinary artist Mi
Today Jordan welcomes a remarkable young woman with boundless energy, creativity and a keen business sense. Heidi Williams is an ex-competitive rock climber and parttime ski-patroller who loves the ou
Today Jordan introduces us to sci-fi novelist Andrew Nehring, who is the author of “The Corrupted Light Chronicles” series and his latest entitled “David Massie and the Quantum Flux, Book 1.” Posse
Today Jordan welcomes a dynamic teacher and student team to the podcast. Meet Gabriela Diller, special educator, advocate and educational consultant. She recently founded Lotus Advocacy, offering tu
Jordan Rich welcomes Taylor Lowe to our podcast. Taylor is an Emmy Award winning motion graphics designer and video producer currently sharing his many of years of ongoing professional experience with the next generation of content creators at Park A...
A conversation between Jordan Rich and Barry Weiner, a true renaissance man who has enjoyed success in movie and documentary production, business and real estate and public service, despite deep struggles with learning during his school years.
A conversation between Jordan Rich and Jessica Minihan, special educator, behavior analyst and author of “The Behavior Code: A Practical Guide to Understanding and Teaching the Most Challenging Students. We discuss Jessica’s systematic approach for ...
A conversation between Jordan Rich and Phil Newman, licensed social worker on staff at the Carroll School in Lincoln, Massachusetts. Phil discusses the pressures faced by children with learning differences and what’s being done to help them.
We are proud to present this very special podcast episode. The Program for Assisted Learning at Curry College in Milton recently celebrated its 50th anniversary. Founded by the late Dr Gertrude Webb, a pioneer in teaching children with learning differ...