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Second Thoughts
Rethinking  Boundaries Between Teachers and Students: Tough Teacher, Trusted Friend  Or...
 
 Rae Pica with  Sara Rimm-Kaufman, Rita F. Pierson, Peter DeWitt, Nancy Blair  

 

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A series of new studies is pointing to the importance of relationships between teachers and students and academic success. It's a fine line that requires some second thoughts. Where are the new boundaries? Our guests offer guidance.

 

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Survival Skills
Is Staying Connected the Solution to Teacher Discouragement?
 
 Rae Pica with  Robert L. Fried, Valerie Strauss
 

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This is a fascinating discussion between two education advocates about why some teachers are able to stay motivated in the face of a dysfunctional education culture while others aren't. Eavesdrop on their exchange and see if their assessment, conclusions and prescriptions are valid. 

 

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Education Climate
Many Teachers Discouraged, Many Not, The Difference Is... 
 Rae Pica with  Robert L. Fried, Michelle Malvey, Shannon McClintock Miller

 

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In the face of relentless scrutiny and criticism, vacillating school policies, low pay and increasing demands, many teachers are discouraged and defeated. But not all. In fact some are wildly energized and optimistic. In this segment we explore why many teachers are bailing out while others are kicking in the afterburners and enjoying being a teacher more than ever.

 

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What Really Works?
Classroom Management: Yes, Bribes and Threats Work But.... 
 Rae Pica with  Dan Pink, Larry Ferlazzo, Josh Stumpenhorst, Deborah J. Stewart


 

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When the subject turns to classroom management, using carrots and sticks has been the prevailing strategy for getting compliance. But research and an emerging cadre of voices are asserting that engagement trumps compliance. So is there a place in the enlightened teacher's classroom for rewards and punishments?

 

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Sleepless in the Classroom
Five Classroom Problems Directly Traceable to Student Sleep Deprivation  
 Rae Pica with  Mary Sheedy Kurcinka, James B. Maas, Joan  Young, Jerry Blumengarten


 

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There is a huge chasm between how much sleep students need and how much students typically get. Moreover, the litany of problems that sleep deprivation can cause in a classroom is astounding. Our guests open our eyes to the problem and offer practical insights and guidance.

 

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