Episodes

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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Aug. 17, 2018

Allison Kerley Townsend - The 2019 Georgia Teacher of the Year - 208

Allison Kerley Townsend is the 2019 Georgia Teacher of the Year. She is a 3rd Grade teacher at Barnwell Elementary School in Fult…

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Aug. 2, 2018

12 Tools for a Successful Start to the New School Year - 207

12 Tools for a Successful Beginning to the New School Year 1. Greet students when they enter your class. 2. Use a seating chart t…

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July 27, 2018

Steve Miletto Talks About Getting Ready for the First Day of Class - …

The first day of class is almost here. Are you ready? Have you actually planned for that first day? Oh, I know...lots of peers sa…

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July 20, 2018

Future Ready Librarians with Ge-Anne Bolhuis - 205

Ge-Anne Bolhuis is the Instructional Technology Specialist and Media Specialist Liaison for a Georgia (US) school system. Today, …

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