How Teachers Can Be Intentional About Self Care

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We teachers need to take care of ourselves. Sarah Parker Wolf, author of Daily Intentions for the Classroom Teacher, talks about some intentional things every teacher can do to improve their thought process and how they take care of themselves. Can you try just one thing from this show? Let’s take care of ourselves. Show […]

3 Things Educators Should Debate As We Return to In Person Learning

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As we return to in-person learning, we should not return to business as usual. David Bott gives us three things that, based upon current research, we should rethink in schools. Show Sponsor: This summer, I’m taking my professional development with Advancement Courses. Recently, I shared the five-step process I used to select the perfect course […]

Joel Lookadoo: 2020 Arkansas Teacher of the Year

Joel Lookadoo Arkansas Teacher of the Year 2020

Joel Lookadoo, 2020 Arkansas Teacher of the Year, shares why he loves teaching. He also shares the stories he is seeing of teachers (and students) overcoming and gives encouragement for teachers now. Listen to Joel Lookadoo’s Inspiration and Stories   Listen to the show on Apple Podcasts or Stitcher Stream by clicking here. Subscribe to the Show Related […]

The Opportunities to Have Disruptive Thinking in the Classroom with Eric Sheninger

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We all have undergone disrupted thinking because of our disrupted society due to the pandemic. But many of us hope we don’t go back to business as usual. Thought Leader Eric Sheninger has a challenge for us today about what we can learn from the pandemic and the opportunities we have to use disruptive thinking […]

Using Math (and a Remarkable App) to Privately Combat Covid19

Using Math to Overcome in Covid19

Combatting the coronavirus with apps is a challenge. With privacy and tracking concerns being an issue, how can it be done? Today’s guest Po Shen Lo from Carnegie Mellon University talks about an app he’s invented that uses a mesh network to help his college and also Georgia Tech combat COVID-19 among their students. This […]

10 Ways to Move Forward: Learning Gaps and Post Pandemic Learning [Free Webinar]

Tuesday, April 20 at 7 pm ET join us for the free webinar

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It is time to move forward in education. As we do this, we want to examine the research and apply it to what we are doing in schools now. There are right and wrong ways to work with our students and help them learn. As we do this, we have to remember that we start […]

5 Things We Need to Get Right As we Move Back to In Person Learning

5 Things We Need to Get Right As we Move Back to In Person Learning

As we consider how we move back into school, we need to think about neuroscience research about how students learn. Dr. Jared Cooney Horvath talks about stress, learning duration, homework, spaced repetition, and sleep as well as computers and technology. You can’t just have a longer school day to improve learning. You also can’t always […]

4 Social Emotional Learning Strategies to Use in the Classroom Now

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We know that to teach students, we must relate to educate and one of the first things we must relate to is their emotions in that moment. In today’s show, Robin Fox shares four techniques you can use in your face-to-face or distance classroom to connect with your student’s social and emotional lives. She reminds […]