Episodes

Feb. 8, 2019

5 Reasons Why Teachers Need a Lifeline - 232

Classroom teachers need a lifeline from time to time. A lifeline that we are typically familiar with is that rope and/or circular…

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Feb. 2, 2019

Alisa Cook - Reflecting on the Navajo Reservation Project and Sharing…

Alisa Cook has worked in education for over 20 years. She has a wide range of experiences from a classroom teacher, researcher, c…

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Jan. 26, 2019

Reflections on Teaching and School Administration with Michael Chanin…

Michael Chanin was a special education teacher in middle and high school settings and then became a high school administrator whe…

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Jan. 19, 2019

The Principals Center at Georgia State University with Dr. James Kahr…

Dr. Jim Kahrs is the Executive Director of The Principals Center at Georgia State University in Atlanta, GA. The Principals Cente…

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Jan. 10, 2019

Revisiting Rigor in the RTI and MTSS Classroom with Barbara R. Blackb…

Today I am revisiting, Rigor in the RTI and MTSS Classroom: Practical Tools and Strategies (Routledge, 2018) with the authors Bar…

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Jan. 4, 2019

Chuck Stetson Talks About Using the Bible in Schools - 227

Chuck Stetson is the CEO of Essentials in Education (EIE) and today on Teaching Learning Leading K12 we are talking about using t…

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Dec. 28, 2018

New Year's Resolutions - 226

New Year's resolutions are difficult to keep. Actually, I think that is an understatement. For many, they are almost impossible t…

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Dec. 21, 2018

20 Low-tech Gifts for that Classroom Teacher on Your List - 225

20 Low-tech Gifts for the Classroom Teacher on Your List. Do you remember as a kid making a list for Santa? Did you ever sit with…

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Dec. 17, 2018

The Kindness Advantage with Dale Atkins and Amanda Salzhauer - 224

The Kindness Advantage: Cultivating Compassionate and Connected Children - Everyday Ideas for Raising Kids Who Care (2018) "provi…

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Dec. 10, 2018

Teachers at Work: Designing Schools Where Teachers and Students Thriv…

Teachers at Work: Designing Schools Where Teachers and Students Thrive is a new report produced by 100Kin10. Today, I'm talking w…

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Nov. 29, 2018

Cinque Henderson talks about his book: "Sit Down and Shut Up" - 222

Cinque Henderson is the author of "Sit Down and Shut Up: How Discipline Can Set Students Free" (St Martins Press/New York 2018). …

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Nov. 16, 2018

Which Teachers, Educators, or Mentors Do You Owe Thanks? - 221

It's time to give thanks. It's Thanksgiving. Normally, we are focused on sharing thanks with our families, our relatives, our imm…

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Nov. 10, 2018

Rigor and Differentiation in the Classroom with Barbara R. Blackburn …

Dr Barbara Blackburn talks with me today about her book, Rigor and Differentiation in the Classroom: Tools and Strategies. (2019,…

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Nov. 1, 2018

The 7 Mindsets with Scott Shickler - 219

Scott Shickler talks with me about his book The 7 Mindsets: To Live Your Ultimate Life written by Scott and Jeff Waller. You're g…

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Oct. 26, 2018

Steve Miletto talks about 3 Scary (ok, not really scary) moments for …

3 Scary (Ok, not really scary) Moments for a Teacher  There are times when a classroom teacher has to address some issues or take…

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Oct. 19, 2018

Math for America with Megan Roberts - 217

Math for America is focused on changing the way we think about teachers and teaching in America. MfA's goal is to improve retenti…

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Oct. 12, 2018

Mark C Perna and Answering Why - 216

Mark C. Perna is the founder and CEO of TFS (Tools for Schools) in Cleveland, Ohio, a full-service strategic consulting firm whos…

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Oct. 5, 2018

Julia Freeland Fisher and Who You Know -215

Julia Freeland Fisher is the author of Who You Know: Unlocking Innovations That Expand Students’ Networks (Wiley, 2018). The book…

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Sept. 27, 2018

Classroom Management: Shh-ing and Pleading Does Not Work - 214

Getting better at classroom management requires that you be specific in who you address for what off-task behaviors and that you …

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Sept. 21, 2018

Steve Miletto Shares His 3 Thoughts About Taking Attendance - 213

Taking attendance may seem like a mundane topic, but it is a requirement that must be completed else you might discover that the …

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Sept. 14, 2018

Classroom Attendance: It's Important to Pay Attention and Follow-up -…

Keeping accurate classroom attendance is very important. It may not sound like a fun topic but it is one that needs to be taken s…

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Sept. 6, 2018

Barbara Oakley and Learning How To Learn - 211

Dr. Barbara Oakley is an author, speaker, professor, engineer, and adventurer - take a look at her twitter page...she is “a femal…

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Aug. 30, 2018

Warren Berger and "A More Beautiful Question" - 210

Warren Berger is the author of eleven books, including our focus for today - A More Beautiful Question: The Power of Inquiry to S…

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Aug. 23, 2018

Sargy Letuchy & Voice and Choice is Important but Sometimes It's Not …

Sargy Letuchy is the author of The Visual Edge: Graphic Organizers for Standards-Based Learning and is an ESL teacher in suburban…

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