Reinventing the Classroom: What's Next?

Tom Whitby, Nancy Blair, Steven Anderson

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Welcome to the 12/18/13 episode of EdChat Radio. The typical classroom has not changed much in 100 years. However, through technology, learning has moved beyond the classroom. Students are engaging with information in new ways, driving a need to rethink the classroom and the role of teachers in the learning process. How will the classroom adapt? What will be the role of teachers in the new learning environment?

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Supportive Administrators: Some Aren't, Now What?

Tom Whitby, Nancy Blair, Steven Anderson

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Welcome to the 12/11/13 episode of EdChat Radio. Many teachers feel unsupported by their administrators. What kind of support are they seeking? What can be done if your administrator isn't supportive?

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Dump Report Card Grades, Replace Them With...

Tom Whitby, Nancy Blair, Steven Anderson

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Welcome to the 12/4 episode of EdChat Radio. In this segment we recap this week's, shall we say, "spirited" discussion on report cards, the meaning of letter grades (or lack there of) and punishing student behavior by deducting grade points. Your EdChat hosts provided insightful analysis, personal commentary and fresh donuts from last year's Christmas party.

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Why EdChat? Why EdChat Radio?

Tom Whitby, Shelly Sanchez Terrell, Steven Anderson

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Welcome to the premier episode of EdChat Radio. In this segment we explain why thousands of educators are participating in EdChats each week, offer tips on how to easily get involved, explain why we're now launching EdChat Radio and summarize what you can expect to get from listening.

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Outdated Teaching Methods and the Teachers Who Love Them

Tom Whitby, Nancy Blair, Jerry Swiatek

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Highlights and commentary on the 11/27/13 EdChat about dealing with peers who are using outdated approaches to teaching and handling behavior issues with students.

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