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The Edvice podcast is a candid, yet research based conversation with the purpose of providing advice and guidance to those interested in education. Whether you are an aspiring educator or a seasoned veteran, The Edvice Podcast will try to help in any way possible. We are in no way self-proclaimed "experts". However, we are educators looking to become the most efficient teachers possible using a "student-centered" approach and conversing with other professionals. We look forward to hearing from you and enjoy the show!

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The Edvice podcast is a candid, yet research based conversation with the purpose of providing advice and guidance to those interested in education. Whether you are an aspiring educator or a seasoned veteran, The Edvice Podcast will try to help in any way possible. We are in no way self-proclaimed "experts". However, we are educators looking to become the most efficient teachers possible using a "student-centered" approach and conversing with other professionals. We look forward to hearing from you and enjoy the show!

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The Edvice Podcast

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The Edvice podcast is a candid, yet research based conversation with the purpose of providing advice and guidance to those interested in education. Whether you are an aspiring educator or a seasoned veteran, The Edvice Podcast will try to help in any way possible. We are in no way self-proclaimed "experts". However, we are educators looking to become the most efficient teachers possible using a "student-centered" approach and conversing with other professionals. We look forward to hearing from you and enjoy the show!

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Rank #1: EP 028: Ten Minute Tips: Who is Your Favorite Teacher?

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In this episode of The Edvice Podcast your host Steven Bauer shares listener responses to the question: Who is your favorite teacher? I’m sure the content of the responses is no surprise!  The Edvice Podcast:  Education | Teacher | Classroom Management | Educator | Teaching | Blogging | Teach  Steven Bauer: Educator, Education Specialist, Educational Strategist, Teacher and Blogger

Mar 29 2016
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Rank #2: EP 027: Ten Minute Tips: Homework Guidelines and Alternatives for Your Classroom

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In this episode of The Edvice Podcast your host Steven Bauer discusses research related to homework.  You are also given a few alternatives to traditional homework assignments.    The Edvice Podcast:  Education | Teacher | Classroom Management | Educator | Teaching | Blogging | Teach Steven Bauer: Educator, Education Specialist, Educational Strategist, Teacher and Blogger

Mar 09 2016
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Rank #3: EP 026: Ten Minute Tips Why You Should Work to Reduce Stress in Your Classroom

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In this episode of The Edvice Podcast your host Steven Bauer discusses research related to reducing stress in the classroom.  Stress is certainly something every educator can relate to!     Steven Bauer: Educator, Education Specialist, Educational Strategist, and Blogger The Edvice Podcast:  Education | Teacher | Classroom Management | Educator | Teaching | Blogging | Teach

Mar 01 2016
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Rank #4: EP 025: Ten Minute Tips Landmark Legal Cases in Education

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In this episode of The Edvice Podcast your host Steven Bauer tells you a little about some of the most historic landmark cases related to education.  This is information any educator should be aware of! Steven Bauer: Educator, Education Specialist, Educational Strategist, and Blogger The Edvice Podcast:  Education | Teacher | Classroom Management | Educator | Teaching | Blogging | Teach

Feb 24 2016
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Rank #5: EP : 024 Closing the Achievement Gap. Action Research Report

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In this episode of The Edvice Podcast your host Steven Bauer reports on action research completed as it relates to closing the achievement gap. Sources: Edwards, J. (2009). Physical activity and test anxiety. School Science and Mathematics, 109, 5-6. Escobar-Chaves, S., & Anderson, C. (2008). Media and risky behaviors. The Future Of Children / Center For The Future Of Children, The David And Lucile Packard Foundation, 18(1), 147-180. Fryer, R. G., & Levitt, S. D. (2004). Understanding the Black-White test score gap in first two years of school. The Review of Economics and Statistics, 86, 447-464. Haskins, R., & Rouse, C. (2005). Closing achievement gaps. The Future of Children, Retrieved                    from http://69.18.145.94/upload/PublicationFiles/Policy_Brief__SPRING_2005pdf.pdf. Huebner, E. S., Gilman, R., Reschly, A. L., & Hall, R. (2009). Positive Schools. In S. J. Lopez & C. R. Snyder (Eds.), Oxford Handbook of Positive Psychology (pp. 561-568). 2nd ed. Oxford: Oxford University Press. Kaplan, A., & Maehr, M. L. (1999). Enhancing the Motivation of African American Students: An Achievement Goal Theory Perspective. Journal Of Negro Education, 68(1), 23-41. Lahelma, E. (2002). School is for meeting friends: secondary school as lived and remembered. British Journal of Sociology of Education, 23 (39), 367-381. Majors, R. (1992). Cool pose: The dilemmas of black manhood in America. New York: Lexington Books. Neuman, S. B., & Dwyer, J. (2009). Missing in Action: Vocabulary Instruction in Pre-K. Reading Teacher, 62(5), 384-392. Raths, J., & McIninch, A.C. (2003). Teacher beliefs and classroom performance: The impact of teacher education. Greenwich, CT: Information Age Publishing.  Taniguchi, H. (2005). The influence of age at degree completion on college wage premiums. Research In Higher Education 46, 861-881. Walls, R. T., Sperling, R. A., & Weber, K. D. (2001). Autobiographical memory of school. The Journal of Educational Research, 95 (23), 116-127.

Feb 17 2016
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Rank #6: EP 023 : Ten Minute Tips ADHD Signs, Symptoms, and Tips

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In this episode we discuss ADHD.  Jodi Bauer from Dynamic Behavior Solutions LLC provided information for the podcast to share as it relates to signs, symptoms, and tips as it relates to ADHD.    EP 023 : Ten Minute Tips ADHD Signs, Symptoms, and Tips   The Edvice Podcast:  Education | Teacher | Classroom Management | Educator | Teaching | Blogging | Teach

Feb 09 2016
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Rank #7: EP 022 Ten Minute Tips Social Media Advice for New Teachers

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This episode of The Edvice Podcast gives advice to new/experienced teachers about the use of social media. The Edvice Podcast:  Education | Teacher | Classroom Management | Educator | Teaching | Blogging | Teach Steven Bauer: Educator, Education Specialist, Educational Strategist, and Blogger

Feb 03 2016
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Rank #8: EP 021 : Ten Minute Tips Assessment in the Classroom. Are You Assessing Correctly?

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In this episode of The Edvice Podcast we discuss three main questions as it relates to assessment.  What is the purpose of assessment? When should you assess? What are the three types of assessment?   EP 021 : Ten Minute Tips Assessment in the Classroom. Are You Assessing Correctly? The Edvice Podcast:  Education | Teacher | Classroom Management | Educator | Teaching | Blogging | Teach

Jan 26 2016
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Rank #9: EP 020 : Ten Minute Tips Managing Student Behavior. Tips on How to Interact With Your Students in the Classroom.

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In this episode of The Edvice Podcast, we discuss some tips that can help you to work with student behavior issues that may arise in your classroom. The Edvice Podcast:  Education | Teacher | Classroom Management | Educator | Teaching | Blogging | Teach Steven Bauer: Teacher, Educator, Education Specialist, Educational Strategist, and Blogger

Aug 26 2015
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Rank #10: EP 019 : A Professional Conversation on student engagement with internationally known author, keynote speaker and consultant La

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In this episode of The Edvice Podcast I am joined by Lavonna Roth.  Lavonna is an internationally known author, keynote speaker and consultant. Her passion is bridging neuroscience and education. We discuss the importance of student engagement as well as her unforgettable trip home from Beirut! Steven Bauer: Educator, Education Specialist, Educational Strategist, Teacher and Blogger The Edvice Podcast:  Education | Teacher | Classroom Management | Educator | Teaching | Blogging | Teach | Creative |Creativity |Imagination | Engaged | Engagement

Aug 11 2015
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