Project Based Teaching: How to Create Rigorous and Engaging Learning Experiences

Rachael George with John Larmer and Suzie Boss

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Project-based learning is on the rise. Our guests collaborate with the Buck Institute to establish the gold standard to help teachers succeed with this instructional method.

Follow:  @ASCD  @runnin26  @@johnlBIE  @suzieboss@bamradionetwork 

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Teaching Students to Drive Their Brains

Rachael George and Dr. Donna Wilson

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Our guest walks us through the cognitive strategies students need to manage their learning and offers insights on teaching students how, when, and where to use these skills.

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Focus: Elevating the Essentials to Radically Improve Student Learning

Rachael George and Dr. Mike Schmoker

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Join us for a fresh look at the essential factors we need to manage to improve student learning and the barriers that often get in the way.

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Teaching Mastery: Never Work Harder Than Your Students

Chaunte Garrett and Robyn R. Jackson, Ph.D.

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Our guest is committed to helping every educator become a master teacher. In this interview, we discuss the path to mastery as defined in her recently revised book, Never Work Harder Than Your Students.

Follow:  @ASCD  @robyn_mindsteps  @drncgarrett   @bamradionetwork

 

 

 

 

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A 10-Point Success Roadmap for Literacy Instruction

Rachael George and Susan L. Hall

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In this segment, we look at multitiered Systems of Support (MTSS). Join us as we talk about how to use MTSS to identify which students are behind in reading, why, and effective approaches to intervention.

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Assessment: What It Can Do, What It Cannot Do, What Matters Most

Kelisa Wing and  W. James Popham

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What is assessment literacy? Our guest says that understanding and mastering assessment is the most cost-effective way to improve learning. He offers six principles required to achieve assessment literacy.

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