103: Through A Culturally Diverse Lens. – Sheldon Eakins chats with us about learning as much as we can about our students’ cultures, and how to address issues of equity. 

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Director of Special Education, and Director of the Leading Equity Center,  Sheldon Eakins, chats with us about about learning as much as we can about our students’ cultures, and how to address issues of equity. Sheldon talks about what we might be missing culturally, the power of sharing your own culture with students, and why we need to make sure … Read More

102: Motivate, educate, and differentiate. – Pam Olivieri chats with us about focusing on more than a test score, letting our students see that we’re excited about the content, and the importance of not just building relationships, but also having a plan.

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Pam Olivieri chats with us about focusing on more than a test score, letting our students see that we’re excited about the content, and the importance of not just building relationships, but also having a plan. Episode Highlights 1:27 – Chatting about some FREE PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT going on in our private Facebook Group. Previous topics: September 6: 7 Changes That … Read More

101: Finding The “Why” Before the “What” – Stephanie Howell chats with us about focusing on the “why” in education and then finding the “what” that aligns with it. 

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Instructional Technology Coordinator, Stephanie Howell, chats with us about focusing on the “why” in education and then finding the “what” that aligns with it. Stephanie shares the challenges she’s faced as a younger teacher in a leadership role, the power of connecting with others that can help you grow, and the importance of remembering what you said you were going … Read More

94: A Two-Way Conversation – Christine Witcher chats with us about the importance of feedback, and how to make sure our students are emotionally ready for it, and prepared to learn from it. 

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 Christine Witcher chats with us about the importance of feedback, and how to make sure our students are emotionally ready for it, and prepared to learn from it. Christine shares how fixing a problem in her classroom lead to creating an app to help others solve the same problem, and why we need to ask our students everyday what … Read More