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Teaching Strategies 
Teachers' Rights and Risks on Social Media 
Vicki Davis with Scott McLeod

 

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According to our guest, many teachers are unaware of the substantial risks involved in their use of social media. In this segment we discuss rights, risks and the basics every teacher needs to know.

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Episode #15
Dissecting Grades: What Do They Mean, What Are They Worth? 
Larry Ferlazzo with Rick Wormeli

 

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Our guest believes that we need to rethink grading.  Though he acknowledges that changing our thinking about grading is hard, he argues that once we get past the initial resistance, we can construct a better system.

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Personality Types
Three Insightful Tips for Being, Leading and Teaching Introverts in Education
Gail Connelly With Susan Cain

 

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Our culture tends to celebrate extroverts while often labeling introverts as shy, insecure or lacking the qualities of a successful student, effective teacher or good leader. Our guest aims to disabuse us of these ideas and offers compelling insights about being, leading and teaching introverts.

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Smart Guides 
The Hidden Underage Drinking Problem: What School Nurses Can Do 
Donna Mazyck with  Elizabeth "Beth" Light, MSN, RN, NCSN, Frances M. Harding

 

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Underage drinking is a much bigger problem than many parents, educators or school nurses realize.  In this segment we explore the data and offer tools and tips for school nurses.

 

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Common Core Episode #4
CCSS "Sham?" Are Your Textbooks Really Aligned to Common Core? 
Patrick Riccards, Darren Burris,  Grant Wiggins, Sandra Alberti

 

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A recent report suggested that many claims about textbooks being aligned to Common Core State Standards may be false. We discuss the findings of this report with two highly respected experts in the field, who offer suggestions on how to confirm which resources are truly aligned.

Discuss it at #commoncore and #CCSS

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E-Rate: Providing High Speed Internet Access to All Schools
Dan Domenech with Jessica Rosenworcel

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In this segment we talk about the E-Rate program, the nations largest education technology initiative. Revisions to the program are currently being explored in pursuit of expanding broadband access to all schools.

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Teaching Strategies 
What Are the Best Ways to Teach Creativity?
Vicki Davis with Amin Saberi,  Anne Trumbore

 

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In a recent survey the majority of creative people said that they were self-taught. Fewer than 17% said that teachers had played a major role in developing their creativity. How can we best teach creativity?

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