Teaching Students to Ask Why, Where, What Is the Reason?

Rachael George and Erik Francis


Teaching students to ask better questions is the way to get your kids to think more deeply about their learning.

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How We Can Fix the Biggest Problem Created by Homework

Matt Wachel and Jon Bergmann


For some time homework has been the subject of a growing debate.  Join our guest as he proposes a solution to the biggest problem created by sending school work home with our students.

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Where Assessments Go Wrong: Getting Assessment Right

Matt Wachel and Rick Stiggins


This is a good time of year to take a look at assessments.  How can students help us improve the process?

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Moving Beyond Disability Labels in the Classroom

Mike Janatovich and Toby Karten


Join us as we rethink how we treat, teach and talk about students with disabilities.

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Strategies for Staying Energized When Teaching Gets Tough

Rachael George and Allen Mendler


Our guest is passionate about helping teachers to stay positive and energized through the ups and downs of the school year.  Join us as he  shares  proven strategies and techniques.

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Helping Students to Simplify, Beautify and Fall in Love with Math

Mike Janatovich and Monica Neagoy


You'll quickly hear that our guest is in love with math. Learn how she develops and shares that love with students and how you can too.

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