Fake News: Teaching Kids the Difference Between Bias and Truth

Rachael George with Erik Palmer

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The need to help students do high-quality research begins with teaching students how to distinguish between fake news, bias, truth and credible sources.

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Unpacking Lesson Imaging in Math and Science

Chaunte Garrett with Michelle Stephan 

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Join us as we discuss inquiry, lesson imaging, and how these models are used in teaching math and science.

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Finding Time to Do More of What Matters in Your Classroom

Olympia Williams with  Jenny Edwards, PhD

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Many educators are in a never-ending battle with time.  Join us as we talk about how to find the time to do what matters most for your students. 

Follow:   @olympiawilliams  @jedwards814  @ASCD @bamradionetwork

 

 

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How Great School Leaders Manage Resistance to Change

Mike Janatovich with Bryan Goodwin

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Join us as we discuss practical ways school leaders can better manage individual resistance to change. 

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Where Do Educators Fit In the Battle for Educational Equity?

 Alan M. Blankstein, Robert Pennington

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Every educator has a role to play in creating educational equity.  What specifically can educators do? 

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How Safe and Supportive Is Your School Climate?

Rachael George, Peter DeWitt

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Creating a school climate that supports all children from all backgrounds and orientations requires intentionality. Where should school leaders begin? 

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    Over the past few years the rate at which educational books are being written (mostly by connected educators), has increased rapidly. Thanks to such ...

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    Does your doctor use leeches? Does your dentist use doorknobs and string? Of course not. If we want medical professionals using contemporary practic ...

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    There’s a lot of talk these days about how worthwhile it is to be a connected educator. I’m one of those people doing that talking. I’m trying me be ...

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    The romantic notion has always been there, and plenty of teachers feed into it-- some people are just born teachers. But the belief in born teacher ...

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    For the new school year, why not try a little “day music” to get educators acquainted with themselves, colleagues, and students in a professional de ...

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