Welcome to TweetED!  Team coverage, highlights, and commentary from the best education Twitter  chats and social media discussions of the week. Follow lead anchors Dr. Brad Gustafson and Ben Gilpin,  hosts of UnearthED, as they mine social media for the discussions that matter most.

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How Education Leaders Can Effectively Disrupt the Status Quo

Dr. Brad Gustafson, Ben Gilpin and Simon T. Bailey

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Perhaps the biggest challenge for education leaders is disrupting the elements of status quo required to cultivate success.

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Burned Out and Beat Up: How Educators Can Push Back

Dr. Brad Gustafson and Latoya Dixon

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Our guest explains why it's important to push back on the elements in education that lead to teacher burnout.

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Who Is Leading the Way on Rethinking Academic Assessment?

Dr. Brad Gustafson and Ben Gilpin with Dean Shareski

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There is broad agreement that how we assess students' academic progress is broken. Today we look at possible solutions and who is leading the way.

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Bullying 2.0: Seeing It, Stopping It

Dr. Brad Gustafson and Ben Gilpin with Pernille Ripp

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Bullying does not necessarily show up in schools the way it did when most of us were moving through the grades. Join us as we talk about the new modes and faces of bullying and what you need to know to see it and stop it.

Follow:  @gustafsonbrad@benjamingilpin   @PernilleRipp  @bamradionetwork    

 

 

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The ROI on Education: Is College Still a Good Investment?

Dr. Brad Gustafson and Ben Gilpin with Don Wettrick

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Our guest challenges us to reexamine our thinking about the value and cost of college. Are there valid alternatives, and what does this view mean to those of us who work every day to prepare students for higher education?

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