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Second Thoughts 
Rethinking Classroom Cell Phone Policies, High-Tech Cheating and the Meaning of Google Glass
Rae Pica with John Owens, David Thornburg, Jessica Lahey, Lisa Nielsen

 

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In this segment, two camps face off on classroom cell phone policies. While some of our guests "just say no" to cell phones, others say cell phones are an asset in the classroom and Google Glass is going to be an even larger game changer. Learn more...


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Teaching Climate 
Two Teachers Share Their Candid Views on Dealing with "the System"
Rae Pica with Rafe Esquith, John Owens

 

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Two teachers -- one with 30 years under his belt and one who taught for less than a year -- share and compare their experiences. Surprisingly, there are similarities as well as differences. Tune in to hear their thoughts on why some teachers make it and others don't, and how the system can ensure that more do.


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Year End 
Looking Back, Looking Ahead to 2014
Rae Pica with  Vicki Davis, Nancy Flanagan, Susan Ochshorn, Josh Stumpenhorst

 

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As we look back, all guests agreed that 2013 has been an exceptional year in education. Events cited included developments with Common Core, the focus on connected educators and universal kindergarten. Tune in to hear the expectations and hopes for 2014.

 

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Analytical Minds
Designing Questions That Drive Real Learning
Rae Pica with  Andrew Miller, Sara Armstrong, Suzie Boss, Anthony Cody

 

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Increasing numbers of educators are moving away from emphasizing content and toward provocative questions that promote higher-order thinking. What is the best way to design and present these questions? How can teachers align these questions to promote real learning and meet required standards?

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The Quiet Ones
The Most Common Mistakes Teachers Make with Introverted Students
Rae Pica with Tony Baldasaro, Sophia Dembling, Lee Kolbert, Jessica Lahey

 

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Introverted students are often misunderstood, mischaracterized and mishandled by teachers. In this segment we debunk some of the myths about "quiet" students, uncover some of the common mistakes made in teaching them, and offer sound guidance on how to bring out the best in them.

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