Hot Education Trends: What to Ignore, What to Embrace

Tom Whitby and Nancy Blair with Garrett Maier

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The  blizzard of hot trends, new buzzwords, rapidly changing technology continues.  How do we make sense of it all and determine where to invest our time, energy and resources.

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Classroom Management Problems: Who, What, Why?

Tom Whitby and Nancy Blair with Jen Bearden

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What are the drivers of classroom discipline problems?  In this segment, we discuss the things they didn't teach us in education school. 

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What Is the Source of Great Education Ideas in Your School?

Tom Whitby and Nancy Blair with Jessica Reid

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Ever wonder about the genesis of the relentless stream of education ideas?  Join us as we talk about the source of great new ideas in education.

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Grading Ourselves on Grading

Tom Whitby and Mark Weston Ph.D.

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We've been talking a lot about revising grading. Are we making any progress?

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Student Voice: Too Little, Too Much?

Tom Whitby and Mark Weston Ph.D.

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Increasingly, educators are supporting the notion of student voice.  The question today is how much influence should students have?

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EDWORDS: Latest Professional Development Blog Posts

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    Professional development has changed drastically, for the better, since I began my career. Long gone are the days of “sit and get, one size fits all ...

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    by Cathy Beck @cathypetreebeck
    Thursday, 03 November 2016
  • My Teaching "Top 5"-- What Are Yours?

    Earlier this year I connected with other educators who like to blog. We came together over #sunchat, a Twitter-based Sunday morning chat. We called ...

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    by Gillian Judson @perfinker
    Monday, 17 October 2016
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    EVERYONE Is Writing a Book, or EVERYONE Has a Voice?

    Over the past few years the rate at which educational books are being written (mostly by connected educators), has increased rapidly. Thanks to such ...

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    by Ross Cooper | @RossCoops31
    Monday, 03 October 2016
  • This is the Year You Become a Connected Educator. Here's How.

    Does your doctor use leeches? Does your dentist use doorknobs and string? Of course not. If we want medical professionals using contemporary practic ...

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    by Tom Mullaney @TomEMullaney
    Thursday, 01 September 2016
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    An Educator's Social Media Guide

    There’s a lot of talk these days about how worthwhile it is to be a connected educator. I’m one of those people doing that talking. I’m trying me be ...

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    by Aaron Hogan @aaron_hogan
    Tuesday, 30 August 2016
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    Not Born To Teach

    The romantic notion has always been there, and plenty of teachers feed into it-- some people are just born teachers. But the belief in born teacher ...

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    Wednesday, 24 August 2016
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    Contemplation Music Writing for Educators

    For the new school year, why not try a little “day music” to get educators acquainted with themselves, colleagues, and students in a professional de ...

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    by Jeffrey Pflaum @jeffrey_pflaum
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