Can All Students Be Good at Math? Yes, Here's How

Matt Wachel with Cathy Seeley


Our guest says that all students can learn to make sense of math and master the subject if they understand a few key ideas.

Follow:   @mattwachel  @cathyseeley  @ASCD @bamradionetwork
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Metacognition: Teaching Students to Drive Their Brains

Jusmar Maness with Marcus Conyers and Dr. Donna Wilson


Join us as we talk about thinking about our thinking with the goal of enhancing learning.

Follow:   @BrainSMARTU  @jmaness4   @ASCD @bamradionetwork
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Teaching the Four Cs with Technology

Mike Janatovich  with Stephanie Budhai and Laura Taddei


Join us as we put a spotlight on strategies and technologies for teaching the essential 21st-century skills.

Follow:  @drbudhai  @drlaurataddei    @mjanatovich  @ASCD @bamradionetwork
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Big Data, Small Data, Too Much Data: Turning Data into Action

Renee C. Meeks, Ed.D. with Daniel Venables


Today's educators are swimming in a sea of data. How can we convert all of this data into action that improves student outcomes?

Follow:  @ReneeMeeks   @ASCD @bamradionetwork
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What Type of Training Produces the Best Teachers?

Rob Pennington with Kenneth Baum and David Krulwich


In this segment, we discuss professional development and explore the benefits of the Artisan model for training teachers.

Follow:  @DavidKrulwich   @robpennington9  @kennethbaum1  @ASCD @bamradionetwork
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Congratulations, You Are the New Principal: Now What?

Rachael George with Jen Schwanke


A new principal's guide to first-year leadership, tough decisions, and authentic communications. 

Follow:  @runnin26   @jenschwanke   @ASCD @bamradionetwork
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    Spring is here. The birds are chirping. The grass is growing. The weather outside is beautiful. So, what do you think teachers are doing on those be ...

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    by William Madden | @WPMadden
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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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    by Aaron Hogan @aaron_hogan
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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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