Personalized Professional Development: Elevating Teacher Voice

Kyle Hamstra with Allison Rodman

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Join us for a discussion on rethinking our professional learning conventions with an eye toward greater personalization for educators.

Follow:  @ASCD  @thelearningloop  @kylehamstra  @bamradionetwork 

 

 

 

 

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Cultivating Effective Habits of Mind in Young Children

Abbie Eklund with Bena Kallik and Art Costa

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In this episode, we explore the language and behaviors that help young children cultivate the habits of mind that lead to appropriate social and intellectual development.

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Talking About Race in the Classroom: Does Shock and Awe Work?

Anthony Rebora with Matthew Kay

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In this episode, we take a candid look at the challenges of discussing race in the classroom with an eye on what works and what does not.

Follow:   @ASCD  @a_rebora  @mattrkay @bamradionetwork 

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The Burnout Cure: Surviving the Ups and Downs of Teaching

Kyle Hamstra with Chase Mielke

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Join us for practical tips and strategies to help you manage the challenging realities of teaching that often lead to burnout.

Follow:   @ASCD  @kylehamstra @chasemielke @bamradionetwork 

 

 

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A Real-World Guide for Your Journey to Teacher Leadership

Rachael George with Katherine Bassett, Rebecca Mieliwocki, Joseph Fatheree

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Making the move from the classroom into teacher leadership requires a different mindset and a new set of skills. Our guests provide a practical guide for taking the leap into leadership.

Follow:   @ASCD  @mrsmieliwocki @runnin26 @read12me @josephfatheree @bamradionetwork 

 




 

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Rethinking Grading: What Works, What Doesn't, What's Next

Abbie Eklund and Susan Brookhart and Tom Guskey

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Grading practices have been a point of controversy for more than 100 years. Researchers have long identified the problems with our current grading systems, but we've yet to solve them. What can be done? Our guests point to a better way.

Follow:   @ASCD  @Eklundteaches  @tguskey @susanbrookhart @bamradionetwork 

 

 

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