Pedagogy: What Should We Keep, What Should We Dump?

Chaunte Garrett with Heidi Hayes Jacobs and Marie Hubley Alcock


Join us as we look at how teaching and learning have evolved. What teaching strategies should we retire and which tested techniques we should tightly embrace?

Follow:   @heidihayesjacob  @mariealcock  @drncgarrett @ASCD @bamradionetwork



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Fake News: Teaching Kids the Difference Between Bias and Truth

Rachael George with Erik Palmer


The need to help students do high-quality research begins with teaching students how to distinguish between fake news, bias, truth and credible sources.

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Unpacking Lesson Imaging in Math and Science

Chaunte Garrett with Michelle Stephan 


Join us as we discuss inquiry, lesson imaging, and how these models are used in teaching math and science.

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Finding Time to Do More of What Matters in Your Classroom

Olympia Williams with  Jenny Edwards, PhD


Many educators are in a never-ending battle with time.  Join us as we talk about how to find the time to do what matters most for your students. 

Follow:   @olympiawilliams  @jedwards814  @ASCD @bamradionetwork



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How Great School Leaders Manage Resistance to Change

Mike Janatovich with Bryan Goodwin


Join us as we discuss practical ways school leaders can better manage individual resistance to change. 

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Where Do Educators Fit In the Battle for Educational Equity?

 Alan M. Blankstein, Robert Pennington


Every educator has a role to play in creating educational equity.  What specifically can educators do? 

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