Teaching Empathy in a Self-Centered, Self-Absorbed Culture

Anthony Rebora and Michele Borba

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Our guest says that today's students are smart and self-assured, but they are also the most self-centered, competitive, individualistic, sad and stressed on record. Her solution is teaching empathy, and in this episode, she offers a nine-point model for teaching empathy in our schools.

EL article: Nine Competencies for Teaching Empathy 

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Helping Students Break Through the Barriers to Loving Math

Kyle Hamstra and Monica Neagoy

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Our traditional process of teaching often kills students' interest in mathematics. Join us as we look at instructional strategies for fostering a passion and capacity for math.

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In Sync: How Teachers and Principals Work Together Effectively

Jusmar Maness and Jill Harrison Berg

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Neither teachers nor principals can improve students' performance alone. Close cooperation is essential. Join us as we talk about the keys to synchronizing the efforts of teachers, leaders, and principals.

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Challenging Traditional Ideas About Managing Your Time

Rachael George and PJ Caposey 

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What can be said about time management that we have not already heard?  Our guest approached the topic with a different lens and challenges us to rethink how we tackle the time issues in our lives.

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Creating a Deeply Caring Community in School and Beyond

Mike Janatovich and Barbara Coloroso

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Hating, hoarding, and harming are tearing apart our schools and our communities. Our guest takes bullying prevention to another level with her vision for proactively creating communities of deep caring.  

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Why Behavior Charts Are at Odds with Known Best Practices

Anthony Rebora and Lee Ann Jung, Ph.D.

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The use of behavior charts can be effective for short-term compliance. However, there is substantial evidence that shaming students is counterproductive in the big scheme of educating our students.

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Article:

http://www.ascd.org/publications/educational-leadership/sept18/vol76/num01/Tear-Down-Your-Behavior-Chart!.aspx

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