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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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Driving Change
Student-Led Parent-Teacher conferences  
Rae Pica with Jack Berckemeyer,  Bob Lenz, Nancy Flanagan, John Spencer

 

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What happens when you introduce students into the standard parent-teacher conference? Our guests report many benefits and a few challenges that need to be considered. Tune in to learn more about student-lead conferences.

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Driving Change
Teacher Voice: How to Make Sure That When You Speak People Listen  
 Rae Pica with Thomas Hatch, Sandy Merz, Nancy Blair, Jason Flom

 

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When it comes to driving change in education policy, many teachers feel powerless. Our guests say that nothing can be further from the truth. Today teachers are empowered in new and significant ways to effect change. In this segment we talk about how teachers can harness and use our new amplified ability to drive change in education.   
 

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Bonding Strategies
Quickly Creating a Sense of Community in Your Classroom 

 Rae Pica with Sarah Brown Wessling, Ellen Booth Church, Joan Young, Deborah J. Stewart
 

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Creating a warm, welcoming, trusting sense of community in your classroom at the beginning of the year is crucial to learning.  Listen as our guests share tips for quickly unifying your class and fostering a collaborative learning climate.

 

  
 
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Back Tracking
Tracking Students Was Dead, But Now... 

 Rae Pica with Joann DiGennaro, Carol Burris, Patrick Riccards, Nancy Blair 


 

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Grouping students by ability, or what was traditionally called tracking, fell out of favor a decade ago but is making a comeback. What's driving the resurgence? What’s the impact? What are the current pros and cons?

  
 
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