Ten minute conversations with the nation's top educators. Hosted by Gary Abud and Steve Perkins
Decoding Student Behaviors That Drive You Crazy
Join us for an unconventional discussion about student behavior and positive discipline. This is not your mother's classroom management discussion.
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Join us for an unconventional discussion about student behavior and positive discipline. This is not your mother's classroom management discussion. Follow: @intoy2014 @mr_abud @bamradionetwork Dr. Rick Curwin is the director of the graduate program in behavior disorders at David Yellin college. He is the author of 20 books, including Meeting Students Where They Live: Motivation in Urban Schools, and the co-author of Discipline with Dignity.
Creating Safe School Climates for LGBT Students
Suicide rates among sexual minority groups are rising. Our guest gives us an overview of some of the new guidelines for creating safe schools.
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Rick Joseph, NBCT, has taught 5/6 grade at Covington School in the Birmingham Public Schools since 2003 and previously served as a bilingual educator and trainer for nine years in the Chicago Public Schools. Rick is thrilled to serve teachers and students as the 2016 Michigan Teacher of the Year.
Classroom Innovation: Rethinking How We Respond to Problems
Join us as we reexamine our thinking about school innovation and consider a fresh approach.
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Shanna Peeples is 2015 National Teacher of the Year, 2016 NEA Global Fellow, and 14-year English teacher in Title I middle and high schools. Currently Secondary English Language Arts Curriculum Specialist for the Amarillo Independent School District and a co-author of the book: Best Lesson Series: Literature 15 Master Teachers Share What Works.
Getting Off the Clock: Moving from Time to Competency
Our guests are passionate about competency-based teaching. Listen in as our guests share how they shifted the focus to authentic learning.
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Fred Bramante is the Past Chairman and longest serving member of the NH State Board of Education in state history. He led NH to becoming the first state to eliminate the Carnegie Unit and move to a competency-based system. Joey Lee is the Education Programs Manager at Education First (EF), a family-owned global education organization whose North American headquarters is in Cambridge, MA. He is the New Hampshire Department of Education’s 2014 Teacher of the Year.
A Look Back at How Teaching Has ( and Has Not) Changed
Our guest shares an insightful view of how education has evolved over the last 30 years.
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Nancy Flanagan is an education writer and consultant focusing on teacher leadership. She spent 30 years in a K-12 music classroom in Hartland, Mich, and was named Michigan Teacher of the Year in 1993. She is National Board-certified, and a member of the Teacher Leaders Network.
Updating Our Definition of Bullying
The character, face, and expression of bullying have changed. Join us as we discuss the new realities every educator needs to know.
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Melody Arabo is a third grade teacher at Keith Elementary in the Walled Lake School District, as well as the 2015 Michigan Teacher of the Year and now a Teaching Ambassador Fellow with the U.S. Department of Education
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Love the format of this! 10 minute talks by teachers, for teachers. Great idea!