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BAM Radio has compiled the most popular segments, hosted by the Executive Directors of the nation's 14 leading education associations including ; the National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC), the National Parent Teachers Association ( PTA), the National Head Start Association (NHSA), The National Association of Elementary School Principals (NAESP), the National Association of Secondary School Principals (NASSP), the Association of School Business Officials (ASBO), the American Association of School Administrators (AASA), the National Association of Child Care Professionals (NACCP), the National Afterschool Association (NAA), the National Association of School Nurses (NASN) and more...

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BAM Radio has compiled the most popular segments, hosted by the Executive Directors of the nation's 14 leading education associations including ; the National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC), the National Parent Teachers Association ( PTA), the National Head Start Association (NHSA), The National Association of Elementary School Principals (NAESP), the National Association of Secondary School Principals (NASSP), the Association of School Business Officials (ASBO), the American Association of School Administrators (AASA), the National Association of Child Care Professionals (NACCP), the National Afterschool Association (NAA), the National Association of School Nurses (NASN) and more...

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The term “Behavior Chart” has many different uses for teachers in many different settings. Listeners may need the context of the specific kind of chart Lee Ann is discussing. I recommend reading her article.

Miss the podcast

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I enjoyed listening to the hosts' take on education. Why aren't they producing more shows?

iTunes Ratings

55 Ratings
Average Ratings
34
10
6
3
2

Reading Specialist

By rdng.tchr - Aug 10 2019
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The term “Behavior Chart” has many different uses for teachers in many different settings. Listeners may need the context of the specific kind of chart Lee Ann is discussing. I recommend reading her article.

Miss the podcast

By emuwhee - May 19 2012
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I enjoyed listening to the hosts' take on education. Why aren't they producing more shows?

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K-12 Greatest Hits:The Best Ideas in Education

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BAM Radio has compiled the most popular segments, hosted by the Executive Directors of the nation's 14 leading education associations including ; the National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC), the National Parent Teachers Association ( PTA), the National Head Start Association (NHSA), The National Association of Elementary School Principals (NAESP), the National Association of Secondary School Principals (NASSP), the Association of School Business Officials (ASBO), the American Association of School Administrators (AASA), the National Association of Child Care Professionals (NACCP), the National Afterschool Association (NAA), the National Association of School Nurses (NASN) and more...

What Every White Teacher Needs to Know About Teaching Black Girls

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Black girls are suspended twice as often as white girls. The list of school discipline disparities is significant and comes with many adverse effects. Discover what you need to know.

@larryferlazzo @Ruizsealey @terrinwatson @DrVEvansWinters

@Bamradionetwork

Dr. Venus E. Evans-Winters is an Associate Professor of Education and faculty affiliate in Women & Gender Studies, African American Studies and Ethnic Studies at Illinois State University. Terri N. Watson, PhD is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Leadership and Human Development at The City College of New York. A Harlem native, her research examines the practices of successful school leaders and the impact of education policies on children, specifically Black girls. Yolanda Sealey-Ruiz is Associate Professor of English Education at Teachers College, Columbia University. She is founder of the Racial Literacy Project at TC. Host Larry Ferlazzo is an English and Social Studies teacher at Luther Burbank High School in Sacramento, California.

Sep 04 2019

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Nation of Wimps:How and Why We're Creating Psychologically Fragile Children

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At one extreme there are satellite parents and at the other extreme are helicopter parents. How do we determine the right balance between being too involved in our children's education and development and being not involved enough? Three thoughtful parents and experts share their insights and offer some guidelines.

Mar 15 2010

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Staying Motivated, Passionate and Excited About Teaching

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A recent Gallup poll found that within one to three years of teaching less than a third of teachers are still deeply enthusiastic about their work and actively contributing to their organizations. For the most part we know why so many teachers become demotivated. What we don't broadly know is how to prevent it. Our guests today have spent decades in the classroom and are still passionate and engage. They've come to share the keys to staying excited about teaching. Tune in...
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Rafe Esquith, award-winning teacher, is in his 31st year of teaching and is author of four books, including the bestseller Real Talk for Real Teachers. Dr. Allen Mendler, trainer, author, develops effective frameworks and strategies for educators to help difficult youth succeed. Lee Kolbert is a blogger, educator, and self-proclaimed geek. She has been with Palm Beach County Schools for over 27 years. Nancy Flanagan is a retired teacher, with 31 years as a K-12 Music specialist.

Oct 07 2013

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Why Do We Still Ask Students to "Sit and Learn" When We Know...

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Physical activity supports learning, reduces student behavior issues, and can eliminate the need for ADHD and ADD medications. If the value of active learning is clear, why are we still asking students to sit still and learn?

Follow: @coolcatteacher @bloomzapp #edtechchat #edchat #edtech

Dr. Brad Johnson is an international speaker in the field of education. He is author of What Schools Don't Teach: 20 Ways to Help Students Excel in School and in Life and his latest book, From School Administrator to School Leader: 15 Keys to Maximizing Your Leadership Potential.

Jun 09 2017

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DISSED! Part 1: Why Teachers Get No Respect

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We hear it all the time: teachers feel disrespected by principals; principals feel disrespected by superintendents;

superintendents feel dissed by local school boards; school boards feel discounted by the feds; early child-

hood educators feel dismissed by the rest of the education community; and parents feel marginalized by all levels of professional educators. - Why do so many educators feel disrespected? What can be done about it? We start with principals and teachers.
Gail Connelly is Executive Director of the National Association of Elementary School Principals (NAESP). Kathleen Hoffman is Teacher & Spokesperson for the American Federation of Teachers (AFT). Stephen Sawchuk is an assistant editor for Education Week. He is the senior writer of Joining Forces, a recent special report on the topic of labor-management collaboration.

Jan 27 2012

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ROOM FOR DEBATE:ADHD: Medical Problem? Parenting Problem? Teaching Problem?

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Is it possible that ADHD is really the result of poor parenting or misguided teaching? Is ADHD even a legitimate diagnosis, or have we simply "medicalized" what is typical child behavior under specific conditions? The issue is far from settled. Our two guests share very different views and both make a compelling case. Listen, get the facts and decide for yourself.

Jan 12 2010

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Is Teaching Cursive Handwriting Still Important in This Digital Age?

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Many believe that there is a correlation between the quality of a child's handwriting and their literacy and intelligence. Others assert that there is no relevant connection and, more importantly, that the advent of computers makes practicing handwriting less important.

Apr 08 2011

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Teachers Demoralized: Getting the Grove Back

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Historian and former U.S. Assistant Secretary of Education Diane Ravitch travels the nation speaking to educators and says that the depth of discouragement in the field is at an all time high. Why are so many educators demoralized? More importantly, how can those who feel this way recover their passion to make a difference? Diane has offers some great advice..
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Sep 09 2011

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When Children Fight: Promoting Conflict Resolution Among Young Children

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When children fight, should you be a Paris peace negotiator or an Ultimate Fighting Challenge referee? Typically neither teachers nor parents are taught how to manage conflicts between children. Tune in now and get some solid, tested guidance on what to do when children are ready to rumble.

Jun 04 2010

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Overcoming the Six Biggest Objections to Project -Based Learning (PBL)

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Interest in project based learning continues to accelerate. However this approach to teaching has its share of skeptics and detractors. In this segment our guests do a wonderful job of laying out the benefits of Project based learning and dispelling the concerns, doubts and objections. Check it out!
John Larmer is Director of Product Development at the Buck Institute for Education. Nikhil Goyal is a 17-year-old author of One Size Does Not Fit All: A Student's Assessment of School. Lisa Nielsen, author of the book Teaching Generation Text, is a long time public school educator. Nicholas "Nick" Provenzano is a high school English teacher and writes thoughts on education at TheNerdyTeacher.com.

Jan 26 2013

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Five Proven Strategies for Engaging Minorities In STEM

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Our guest is considered a leading innovator of strategies to engage underrepresented groups in science, technology, engineering and math. His program has become the leading producer of African Americans who complete Ph.D.s in primarily white universities. In this segment he shares the strategies he has used to achieve such extraordinary success.

Freeman A. Hrabowski, III is President of UMBC (The University of Maryland, Baltimore County). His research and publications focus on science and math education, with special emphasis on minority participation and performance. He chaired the National Academies’ committee that recently produced the report, “Expanding Underrepresented Minority Participation: America’s Science and Technology Talent at the Crossroads.

Jan 29 2012

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Does Class Size Matter?

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It is generally accepted wisdom that small classes produce better student outcomes than larger classes and there is data that supports this. There is also data that contradicts this notion, asserts that other factors have more impact on student outcomes and that the significance of class size is largely over rated.
Tune in and join this discussion.

Nov 05 2010

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Why Educators Are Losing Boys, How to Get Them Back

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In this fascinating discussion, Larry Griffin asserts that the number of boys who are unmotivated and underachieving is growing. He has identified five reasons why educators and society are failing to successfully launch boys and why increasing numbers of boys are simply being lost. Larry goes on to offer his insights on what educators can do to get them back on course. From the National Association for the Education of Young Children.

Oct 02 2009

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Street Smart Lesson in Education From Around the World

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Greg Mortenson has spent almost two decades traveling the world to promote community based education and literacy . Tune in as Greg shares some of the insights he has learned from his travels, with Gail Connelly, Executive Director of the National Association of Elementary School Principals.

Feb 17 2010

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Good Bye NCLB, Hello What?

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Finally, Schools Get Relief From No Child Left Behind, Three Strings Attached
Today at the White House, senior administration officials released three requirements in President Obama's plan for states to get relief from No Child Left Behind. The plan provides flexibility, but comes with many conditions and aims to maintain a high bar. Not all schools will qualify. Those that don't will be stuck with the old rules. Listen now for details.
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Sep 23 2011

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SPECIAL: Fear of Men In Early Childhood Education

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Whether it's on the quiet or in your face the fear of men in early education is widespread. Yes, it's difficult to quantify and talk about, but It's real. From parents, to administrators the fear of men who work with young children has a significant impact in classrooms and beyond. We brought together a parent, a male educator and an early education attorney to look at the fear and the reality of men in ECE.

Mar 01 2010

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Teacher Talk That Improves Student Learning and Behavior

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In this segment, we look at the often overlooked ways teachers impact students' learning, behaviors, and mindset through what we say and how we way say it.

Follow: @ASCD @runnin26 @balancedteacher @bamradionetwork

Mike Anderson is a former award-winning teacher, an education consultant, and author of ASCD book, What We Say and How We Say It Matter: Teacher Talk That Improves Student Learning and Behavior (ASCD, 2019) and Learning to Choose, Choosing to Learn: The Key to Student Motivation and Achievement. Rachael George is the principal of Sandy Grade School in the Oregon Trail School District and an ASCD Emerging Leader.

Jan 26 2019

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Three Smart, Effective Alternatives to Suspending Students

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How is suspending students working for you? If you're not impressed with the results and would like to look at alternatives, tune in.

Follow: @bamradionetwork @raepica1 @jess_hannigan @benjamingilpin

Dr. Jessica Djabrayan Hannigan works with school districts and county offices in California on designing and implementing effective, successful school and district Response to Intervention (RTI) behavior systems. She is an adjunct professor at Fresno State in the Educational Leadership Department and co-author of Don't Suspend Me!. Ben Gilpin is currently serving as an elementary principal in Michigan. He is involved with classroomcribs.com and personalized learning initiatives with the Michigan Department of Education. Ben is known for his blog, The Colorful Principal.

Oct 15 2017

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Epic Classroom Management Mistakes and How to Avoid Them?

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What is the best way to respond when a student or classroom begins to spin out of control. Three experienced educators share their worst mistakes and best advice
@larryferlazzo @kbaptiste22 @Gianna_Cassetta @Bamradionetwork
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Gianna Cassetta is a former school leader and teacher who now works as a consultant specializing in literacy, social and emotional learning, and classroom management practices and co-author of Heinemann’s Classroom Management Matters: The Social and Emotional Learning Approach That Children Deserve. Karen Baptiste is always at the core of positive movements by filling the “Opportunity Gap” with equity and access to improve student achievement, teacher effectiveness, school leadership, and self-efficacy. She is a consultant training school leaders.

Jan 21 2016

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Differentiation in Elementary Grades: Do This, Not That

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What are the best practices for differentiating instruction in the elementary grades? Join us as we lift the hood and take a look.

Follow: @sarahdateechur @kjdoubet@ASCD @bamradionetwork

Kristina Doubet is a professor at James Madison University and co-author (with Jessica Hockett)of Differentiation in Middle and High School: Strategies to Engage All Learners (ASCD). Sarah Thomas is a Regional Technology Coordinator in Prince George’s County Public Schools and an ASCD Emerging Leader in 2016.

Jan 16 2018

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An Historic Teachable Moment: Is It Too Hot For Classroom Discussion?

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It’s times like these that scream out for us to discuss with our students what’s going on in the world around us. Are we prepared to teach at this most critical teachable moment?

Follow on Twitter: @eduflak @bamradionetwork

Patrick Riccards is chief communications and strategy officer for the Woodrow Wilson National Fellowship Foundation. He is also the author of the nationally recognized Eduflack blog and its companion Twitter feed. PR News named Pat the Not-for-Profit Communications Professional of the Year for his work in teacher preparation and higher education transformation (2015). A former local school board chairman, Patrick is also the author of the award-winning Dadprovement.

Dec 12 2019

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Knowing When to Say Yes and When to Say No to Education Technology

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Education technology can be both an asset and a liability in the same classroom. In this segment, we ask teachers how they determine when to use education technology and when to pass.

Irina V. McGrath, Ph.D. is a District Instructional Coach and Google Certified Trainer in Jefferson County Public School (JCPS), KY. She is also a co-director of the Louisville Writing Project (LWP) and the University of Louisville adjunct who teaches Literacy and ESL methods courses. Michelle Shory, Ed.S. is a District Instructional Coach and Google Certified Trainer in Jefferson County Public Schools, Louisville, KY. She is passionate about literacy and helped establish Dolly Parton’s Imagination Library in Louisville. Anne Jenks is the principal of a TK - 5 elementary school in Oxnard, California. She is a Leading Edge Certified teacher and the 2015 CUE Site Leader of the Year.

Oct 20 2019

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Two White Male Educators Question White Privilege: Why It Matters

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What is white privilege? Why do two white male educators think it’s an important subject for all educators?

Brandi L. Bates is an international, best-selling author, entrepreneur, and mentor from Los Angeles, California; educated at Phillips Exeter Academy, Spelman College, Meredith College, University of Southern California and The Master’s College and Seminary.

Sep 27 2019

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Bravely Seeking and Accepting Constructive Feedback

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Whether we call it feedback or constructive criticism opening ourselves to receive good and bad reviews is tough. Our guest explains how to make the most of an effective feedback loop.

Jennifer Gonzalez is editor-in-chief of the Cult of Pedagogy website, where she shares resources and inspiration to help teachers work happier and more effectively. A National Board Certified Teacher and self-taught technology lover, she is the author of The Teacher’s Guide to Tech. Dr. Brad Gustafson is the principal and lead learner at Greenwood Elementary in Minnesota. Ben Gilpin is the principal at Warner Elementary School in Spring Arbor. @cultofpedagogy.

Sep 11 2019

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Three learning experiences you should give every student

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Our guest supports the notion that the environment is the third teacher. What does this mean? How and what does the environment teach?

Follow on Twitter: @coolcatteacher @djakes @bamradionetwork

David Jakes spent three decades in education as a teacher, administrator, technologist, and designer. After working with The Third Teacher+, a leading learning space design firm, David now works as an independent consultant helping schools design solutions for organizational change that feature compelling physical and digital spaces for learning.

Sep 09 2019

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Before I Was a Good Lead Learner, I Was a Bad One

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Being transparent about mistakes allows us to grow and see how much we’ve grown. Join us as we talk to Tony Sinanis about how he learned that relationships matter in school leadership.

Dr. Tony Sinanis is currently the Lead Learner of Cantiague Elementary School in Jericho, New York, and he received the 2014 New York State Elementary Principal of the Year Award. He serves as the founder and co-moderator of #NYedchat. He has co-authored two books with Dr. Joe Sanfelippo: The Power of Branding: Telling Your School’s Story and Principal Professional Development: Leading Learning in the Digital Age.

Sep 07 2019

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I Am the Teacher, I Have All the Answers

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I was sure that as the teacher I was supposed to have all the answers. Eventually, the light came on.

Follow: @MathDenisNJ @Jonharper70bd @bamradionetwork

Denis Sheeran is a father of 4, district mathematics administrator in NJ, speaker, and author who travels the country helping educators learn how they can relevantly connect their content to their students' lives and their own in powerful ways. He is the author of Instant Relevance, Using Today’s Experiences to Teach Tomorrow’s Lessons.

Sep 04 2019

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What Every White Teacher Needs to Know About Teaching Black Girls

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Black girls are suspended twice as often as white girls. The list of school discipline disparities is significant and comes with many adverse effects. Discover what you need to know.

@larryferlazzo @Ruizsealey @terrinwatson @DrVEvansWinters

@Bamradionetwork

Dr. Venus E. Evans-Winters is an Associate Professor of Education and faculty affiliate in Women & Gender Studies, African American Studies and Ethnic Studies at Illinois State University. Terri N. Watson, PhD is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Leadership and Human Development at The City College of New York. A Harlem native, her research examines the practices of successful school leaders and the impact of education policies on children, specifically Black girls. Yolanda Sealey-Ruiz is Associate Professor of English Education at Teachers College, Columbia University. She is founder of the Racial Literacy Project at TC. Host Larry Ferlazzo is an English and Social Studies teacher at Luther Burbank High School in Sacramento, California.

Sep 04 2019

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Start the School Year With Vulnerability Instead of Strength

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Brad Gustafson and Ben Gilpin with Sanée Bell

It’s back to school time. Listen in as our guest explains why she is challenging us to start the school year with vulnerability instead of strength.

Follow on Twitter: @gustafsonbrad @benjamingilpin @SaneeBell @bamradionetwork

Dr. Sanée Bell is a middle school principal and an adjunct professor in Houston, TX. Sanée is passionate about authentic, purposeful learning for students and teachers, and she also has a strong passion for leadership and its impact on teacher engagement, student learning, and school culture.

Sep 01 2019

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[HOT] These Five Things Won't Make You a Better Teacher, This One Will

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What makes a teacher better? According to our guest, it's often not what we've been taught to believe. In this segment, Josh Stumpenhorst aims to debunk the myths and focus on what really makes a difference in our instruction.
Follow: @stumpteacher @coolcatteacher @bamradionetwork

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Josh Stumpenhorst is a junior high Language Arts and Social Science teacher as well as an active blogger (stumpteacher.blogspot.com ) and tweeter (@stumpteacher). He has been named the 2012 Illinois Teacher of the Year, 2012 Illinois Teacher Excellence Award Winner, 2012 Illinois Computer Educator Teacher of the Year and a member of the 2011 International Society of Technology Educators Emerging Leaders class.

Sep 01 2019

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Classroom Rules: What Works, What Does Not

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Setting rules for students can be challenging. In this segment, we talk about how to set classroom rules, get buy-in and enforce them.

Follow on Twitter: @larryferlazzo @alicemercer @bamradionetwork

Dr. Lou Denti is a Professor in Teacher Education/Special Education at California State University Monterey Bay. He has published several books and articles in education aimed at improving student learning. Alice Mercer is a fifth grade elementary teacher in Sacramento, California and has taught for over 15 years.

Aug 29 2019

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Why It Is Harder to Teach Well Without These Six Elements

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If you haven't heard about the GEEFL, or if you have but are unsure how to use it to teach more effectively, this episode is for you. Join us for a discussion about a new roadmap to more effective teaching and learning.

Follow: @jonbergmann @kathyswanger @ideasforteacher

Kathy Swanger has spent more than three decades in public education. She has taught every subject in the social studies department and well as a dropout prevention program. Throughout her career, she has incorporated technology into her teaching and has helped colleagues to do the same through professional development.

Jun 30 2019

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Reinventing How We Teach Math and Why We Should

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We've been teaching math for generations. It's hard to believe we haven't been doing it right. Join us to learn what we need to stop doing, start doing, and continue doing to teach math well.

Follow: @ASCD @jbaywilliams @runnin26 @bamradionetwork

Jennifer M. Bay-Williams is a mathematics teacher educator at the University of Louisville, Kentucky. She has written many articles and books related to K–12 mathematics education, including Math Fact Fluency (ASCD, 2019) and the popular Elementary and Middle School Mathematics: Teaching Developmentally and the related three-book series. Rachael George is the principal of Sandy Grade School in the Oregon Trail School District and an ASCD Emerging Leader.

Feb 09 2019

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Teacher Talk That Improves Student Learning and Behavior

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In this segment, we look at the often overlooked ways teachers impact students' learning, behaviors, and mindset through what we say and how we way say it.

Follow: @ASCD @runnin26 @balancedteacher @bamradionetwork

Mike Anderson is a former award-winning teacher, an education consultant, and author of ASCD book, What We Say and How We Say It Matter: Teacher Talk That Improves Student Learning and Behavior (ASCD, 2019) and Learning to Choose, Choosing to Learn: The Key to Student Motivation and Achievement. Rachael George is the principal of Sandy Grade School in the Oregon Trail School District and an ASCD Emerging Leader.

Jan 26 2019

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Is My School Better Because I lead It?

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Our guest encourages school leaders to ask a series of challenging self-reflective questions about whether or not they are making a positive difference. In this interview, he explains how the answers to these questions provide a roadmap to better leadership and better schools. Award-winning educator Baruti Kafele is a leading keynote speaker and best-selling author. His books include Is My School Better a Better School BECAUSE I Lead It?, The Principal 50: Critical Leadership Questions for Inspiring Schoolwide Excellence, and The Teacher 50: Critical Questions for Inspiring Classroom Excellence. Rachael George is the principal of Sandy Grade School in the Oregon Trail School District and an ASCD Emerging Leader.

Jan 05 2019

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Why Behavior Charts Are at Odds with Known Best Practices

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The use of behavior charts can be effective for short-term compliance. However, there is substantial evidence that shaming students is counterproductive in the big scheme of educating our students.

Follow: @ASCD @leeannjung @a_rebora @bamradionetwork

Lee Ann Jung, PhD, is Founder of Lead Inclusion (www.leadinclusion.org), a Clinical Professor at San Diego State University, and a consultant to schools worldwide. Follow Lee Ann @leeannjung. Lee Ann Jung (and Dominique Smith) are authors of the article "Tear Down Your Behavior Chart!" Host Anthony Rebora is the Editor in Chief of Education Leadership.

Dec 06 2018

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The Hidden Pandemic of Teens Accessing Adult Sites in School

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Teen exposure to adult content on school grounds is a subject that many school leaders have been unwilling to confront. The known impact on students is profound but not fully understood. Join us for the first in a series on the pandemic of adult content in schools.

Follow: @rrlamourelle @bamradionetwork @protectyoungminds
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Kristen A. Jenson is the author of the Good Pictures Bad Pictures series of read-aloud books including the best-selling Good Pictures Bad Pictures: Porn-Proofing Today’s Young Kids and Good Pictures Bad Pictures Jr.: A Simple Plan to Protect Young Minds. She is the founder of ProtectYoungMinds.org, a website dedicated to helping parents empower their kids to resist and reject pornography.

Nov 03 2018

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Give Me a Break: Five Tips to Do More, by Doing Less

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We're constantly planning, moving, doing, and going. This is the life of a teacher. Even our breaks are used to get things done. Our guest says it's critical that we learn to take a break.

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Daniel H. Pink is the author of six provocative books — including his newest, When: The Scientific Secrets of Perfect Timing, which has spent four months on the New York Times bestseller list. His other books include the long-running New York Times bestseller A Whole New Mind and the #1 New York Times bestsellers Drive and To Sell is Human.

Sep 11 2018

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Teaching Today: This Is Not What I Signed Up to Do: Now What?

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Teaching has evolved in ways that are very different from what many educators expected when they chose this career. What's a teacher to do?

Follow: @jonHarper70bd @froehlichm @Trevormuir@bamradionetwork
Trevor Muir is a teacher, speaker, and author of the book, The Epic Classroom: How to Boost Engagement, Make Learning Memorable, and Transform Lives. His viral videos for educators can be found at trevormuir.com and at his Facebook page, The Epic Classroom.

Jul 08 2018

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Reciprocal Teaching: Improving Reading Comprehension with Four Powerful Tools

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Many students decode and yet don't comprehend what they read. The Fab Four is a protocol for improving reading comprehension with a metacognitive technique that produces significant growth in a very short period of time.

Follow: @KyleHamstra @LoriOczkus @ASCD @bamradionetwork

Lori Oczkus, author of Reciprocal Teaching at Work: Powerful Strategies and Lessons for Improving Reading comprehension, 3rd Edition, is a literacy coach, author, and speaker across the United States. Lori works in classrooms and schools every week and knows the challenges that educators today face in teaching students to read and write. Kyle Hamstra is a STEM Specialist at Davis Drive Elementary in Cary, North Carolina and ASCD Emerging Leader 2016.

Jun 10 2018

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