Ed Heintschel featured on Coach Replay Show

Legendary high school coach Ed Heintschel is on a new mission to improve student outcomes. The retired St. John’s Jesuit coach is taking what he learned from his 40-years on the basketball court to help teachers nationwide strengthen their practice. 

On March 11th, 2022, Ed will be featured on the Coach Replay Show to discuss coaching lessons that instructional coaches and school leaders can apply to their work with teachers.

“The pandemic is presenting monumental tasks for teachers and coaches, and educators are exhausted,” said Ed Heintschel. “Reaching kids and making sure they know we care is crucial to their success. I hope that by sharing my lessons learned, I can help current educators to persevere during these trying times.”

“The pandemic is presenting monumental tasks for teachers and coaches, and educators are exhausted,” said Ed Heintschel. “Reaching kids and making sure they know we care is crucial to their success. I hope that by sharing my lessons learned, I can help current educators to persevere during these trying times.”

Ed finished his career in 2019 and is ranked 4th in all-time wins in the state. He will be inducted into the Ohio Basketball Hall of Fame this year.

To attend, follow this link.

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