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How the Communications Culture of Your School Impacts You

Rae Pica with Samuel P. Chapman, Michael Linsin, Lisa Dabbs 

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The ideal communications culture in a school would be supportive, authentic, and positive. But what happens when it isn't? Our guests talk about the teacher's role in shaping school culture.

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How Teachers Can Help Students Embrace the Role of Failure in Learning

Justin Minkel, Jessica Lahey, Nancy Flanagan, Annie Fox

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It's well known and accepted that failure is part of the learning and growth process. But how do we get students, parents and even some teachers to embrace this in practice? In this segment our guests share their insight on embracing failure.

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How PLNs Are Transforming Education and Returning Classrooms to Teachers

Rae Pica with Will Richardson, Lynne Schrum, Jason Flom

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In this segment our guests explain how personal learning networks are empowering teachers to reform education from the inside out and how the growth of these networks is empowering teachers in unprecedented ways.

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How Much Technology in the Classroom Is Too Much?

Rae Pica with Sonny Magaña, Andy Marcinek, Lisa Nielsen 

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Education technology is increasingly finding its way into classrooms all across the nation. Many think this is good; some think it’s not good. Certainly, some technology is improving student learning, but how much is too much?

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How Much Homework Is Too Much?

Rae Pica with Sara Bennett

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Today’s children, even at the kindergarten and pre-kindergarten levels, are required to do considerably more homework than their predecessors. But the data shows that there is no correlation between homework and academic achievement in elementary school. Are there other benefits of doing homework? What Sara has to say may surprise you.

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