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Breaking Bad
What to Do When Good Lesson Plans Go Wrong    
Rae Pica with  Bruce Oliver, Sarah Brown Wessling, Jason Flom, Nancy Blair

 

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What should a teacher do when a great lesson plan takes a wrong turn and starts heading south?  Our guests toss you a lifeline to grab when you feel yourself and your lesson plan going under.

@jasonflom @Blairteach

@bodymindchild

@bamradionetwork 

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Co-educators
Teacher/Parent Relationships: When the Going Gets Rough    
Rae Pica with  Jessica Lahey, Allen Mendler, Lee Kolbert, Nancy Flanagan

 

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Parents are partners in the process of educating students, with a shared interest in the outcome. But what happens when that partnership is not a love connection? How do you deal with parents when the relationship is a rocky one? Our guests offer some time-tested advice.

 @teachakidd

@bodymindchild

@bamradionetwork 

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Beyond Teaching
Helping Students to Cope With Tragedy    
Rae Pica with  Cathy Paine, Mark DeAntonio, Joan Young, Nancy Blair

 

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When tragedies strike, students, their families,  teachers and your classroom can be impacted. In this segment our guests provide guidance for teachers on how to help students cope with tragedy.

 

@flourishingkids @blairconsult

@bodymindchild

@bamradionetwork 

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In the Groove
Getting Beyond Burnout    
 Rae Pica with Jim Bender, Beverly Potter, Lisa Dabbs, Joan Young

 

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Burnout among teachers is a growing problem driven by increased feelings of powerlessness in the classroom and profession. Our guests explore the roots of the problem and offer practical guidance on getting through and beyond burnout.

 

@flourishingkids

@teachingwithsoul@bodymindchild

@bamradionetwork 

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In the Groove
Staying Motivated, Passionate and Excited About Teaching   
 Rae Pica with Rafe Esquith, Dr. Allen Mendler, Lee Kolbert, Nancy Flanagan

 

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A recent Gallup poll found that within  one to three years of teaching less than a third of teachers are still deeply enthusiastic about their work and actively contributing to their organizations. For the most part we know why so many teachers become demotivated. What we don't broadly know is how to prevent it. Our guests today have spent decades in the classroom and are still passionate and engage. They've come to share the keys to staying excited about teaching. Tune in...

 

@TeachaKidd @NancyFlanagan

@bodymindchild

@bamradionetwork 

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