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SVVSD ELAcast

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This regular podcast from around the St. Vrain Valley Schools asks educators a single question each episode and then digs deeper from there. With a focus on putting research and philosophy into practice, the ELAcast is meant for teachers of all levels.

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This regular podcast from around the St. Vrain Valley Schools asks educators a single question each episode and then digs deeper from there. With a focus on putting research and philosophy into practice, the ELAcast is meant for teachers of all levels.

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Top 10 Episode of SVVSD ELAcast

Rank #1: Episode 005 – Jenny Pettit & Primary Sources

Oct 03 2017
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I sit down with Social Studies Curriculum Coordinator Jenny Pettit and talk about how primary sources can be much more than a document behind glass.

Rank #2: Episode 004 – Diane Lauer & Reciprocal Teaching

Sep 26 2017
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I talk with Assistant Superintendent Diane Lauer about how reciprocal teaching can deepen student understanding and shift cognitive load to our students.

Rank #3: Episode 003 – Patrick Kilcullen & Student Goals

Sep 21 2017
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Priority Programs Coordinator Patrick Kilkullen talks about helping students from all backgrounds imagine their future and chart a path forward.

Rank #4: Episode 002 – Kim Wiggins & Planning Student Reflection

Sep 20 2017
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In this episode, I talk with District Assessment Coordinator Kim Wiggins about how to help students reflect on independent work, think about their learning, and plan for what they want to know.

Rank #5: Episode 001 – Oakley Schilling & Scaffolding for Student Inquiry

Sep 19 2017
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In this episode, I sat down with District ELL Coordinator Oakley Schilling to answer the question, “How do we better open the doors to student inquiry?” with a specific eye on supporting students who are English language learners.

Rank #6: Ep 010 – Inquiry in Increments

Oct 31 2017
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Executive Director of Inquiry Schools Diana Laufenberg talks about how teachers can engage students in inquiry and make learning more student-centered without completely overhauling all that’s already working in their classrooms.

Rank #7: Ep 009 – Libraries at the Heart of the School

Oct 30 2017
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Sunset Middle School Instructional Librarian CeCe Balman talks about the road to transforming her school’s library and her continuing efforts to make the space the heart of the school.

Rank #8: Ep 008 – Greg George & Writing in Math

Oct 26 2017
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Math Curriculum Coordinator Greg George helps think through how authentic writing can work in a math classroom. Hint, it’s not “explain how you got your answer.”

Rank #9: Episode 007 – Amanda White & Special Education

Oct 10 2017
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Mead Middle School Special Education Teacher Amanda White outlines how she approaches helping all students access complex, grade-level texts.

Rank #10: Episode 006 – Aug Elementary Literacy Show

Oct 05 2017
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In August, the Elementary Literacy Show sat down with a tremendous panel of teachers from Timberline PK-8 to talk small group learning and purposeful collaboration. We also met with Jessica Evans at Thunder Valley k-8 to hear how she approaches … Continue reading →