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Too Much, Too Fast: Coping with the New Speed of Change in Education

Rae Pica with Dr. Vicki Caruana, Nancy Flanagan, Kevin Parr

 

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New programs are being introduced into education at an accelerated rate. This is leading to something called initiative fatigue.  In this segment our guests offer practical tips for coping with the new speed of change in education.

 

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Why Handwriting Still Matters in the Digital Age

Rae Pica with Gail Bauman, Susan Vachon, Melanie Link Taylor

 

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Though teaching handwriting to perfection may longer be needed, our guests say teaching handwriting is still important. Learn why...

 

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Helping Parents Understand the New Strategies for Teaching and Learning

Rae Pica with Jenifer Fox, Suzie Boss, Josh Stumpenhorst

 

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Many parents expect teaching and classrooms to look and operate as they did when they were in school. Bringing parents up to speed on the new ways teaching and learning are being approached can be challenging. Our guests offer practical tips.

 

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Why Working Toward a Common Goal Is More Important Than Getting an "A"

Rae Pica with Mickey Kolis, Alan November, Shelly Sanchez

 

 

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As being a team player and skilled collaborator becomes more important, many are finding today's graduates unprepared.

 

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Setting Up Your Classroom to Maximize Collaborative Learning

Rae Pica with Melanie Kahl, Suzie Boss

 

 

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In this segment we talk about ways to organize your classroom to support collaboration among students.

 

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