Why Equity Should Matter to All Educators, How to Get There

Adam J. Brown Ed.D. with Nancy Frey and Dominique Smith


Join us for a practical discussion about equity in our schools, why equity is important, and how to move the equity discussion from concept to reality. 

Follow: @AdamBrownEDU@domsmithrp  @NancyFrey  @ASCD  @bamradionetwork


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Are You Making a Difference, How Do You Know?

Kyle Hamstra with Victoria L Bernhardt


Educators are always striving to improve. But how do we know if we are truly making a difference? Our guest has developed an effective tool for setting up and measuring our school improvement programs.

Follow: @ParadiseVickie@KyleHamstra  @ASCD  @bamradionetwork


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How Spider Web Discussions Drive Student Directed Learning

Matt Wachel with Alexis Wiggins


Join us as we define spider web discussions and how they can powerfully engage students,  drive learning, and encourage student voice. 

Follow: @mattwachel@alexiswiggins @ASCD  



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Five Reasons to Nurture Student Voice As Early As Possible

Mike Janatovich with Russ Quaglia and  Cali Quaglia


Our guests tell us that "student voice"  is still window dressing many schools. Listen in as Russ and Cali make a strong case for helping students find and use their voice as early as possible. 

Follow: @mjanatovich@DrRussQ  @ASCD  



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Second Look: An Update on Multiple Intelligences in the Classroom

Abbie Eklund with Thomas Armstrong


We start the year with a fresh look at multiple intelligence and how the concept applies to current instructional strategies.

Follow: @eklundteaches @Dr_Armstrong @ASCD  



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Putting Education Technology in Perspective:Tasks Before Apps

Kelissa Wing with Monica Burns


Our classrooms are becoming more technology rich,  but have we lost perspective on the proper role of technology in education?

Follow: @kelisa_l2teach @classtechtips @ASCD  



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