Making Discovery Simple and Exciting for Young Children

Rae Pica with Peggy Ashbrook, Beth Davis, Deborah J. Stewart, M.Ed. 

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Our guests say that a love of discovery is vital to teaching science to young children. In this segment, they share the best practices.

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Rethinking "Good Writing" in the Age of Texting and Tweeting

Rae Pica with Amy Conley, David Cutler 

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Radically creative abbreviations and emoticons are the tools of a generation raised on communicating in shorthand.  What are the implications for the future of what we traditionally consider "good writing?"

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Sian Beilock, Jessica Lahey, Joan Young

Overly Talkative Students: What Can a Teacher Do?

Rae Pica with Julia Thompson, Kristen Vincent

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Student interaction is good and desirable, but what should a teacher do when student chatter is off-task or disruptive?

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Sian Beilock, Jessica Lahey, Joan Young

Moving Students (and Teachers) from Hating Math to Loving It

Rae Pica with Allen C. Rosale, Dr. Eugene Geist 

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Math is a petrifying subject to many students and teachers alike.  Our guests say that with a shift in our approach, both students and teachers can learn to love math.  Learn more...

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What You Might Not Know About Misbehaving Students But Should

Rae Pica with Joyce Dorado, Ph.D., Dr. Barbara Sorrels, Ben Gilpin  

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Many educators are unaware that they are working with students who have been traumatized in various ways. These children may present as students with behavior issues. In this segment, we talk about the special needs of traumatized kids and the skills educators need to teach them.

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