November/December 2021 Issue

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SUPPORTING MULTILINGUAL LEARNERS IN THE CLASSROOM

Dr. Maryann Hasso is the author of several books published by Rowman and Littlefield. She is also a professor in higher ed and a teacher at Victor Valley Union High School District in California. Listen as we discuss ways to support multilingual students ...
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A GREAT PRINCIPAL ON GOING ABOVE AND BEYOND IN SEL, STUDENT SAFETY AND SCHOOL CULTURE

AN NASSP SHOW  with Dr Suzan Hyatt, a Georgia based Principal Extrodinaire and NASSP Board Member  and how she has worked wonders in SEL, Student Council and school culture in general ...
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HOW SCHOOL LEADERS CAN HELP TEACHERS IMPROVE READING

Trina Cornell is a reading specialist in St. Ann MO schools and is the author of a recent article in District Administration Magazine entitled, 5 ways leaders can help teachers inspire students to love reading ...
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THE CONNECTION BETWEEN HEALTH EQUITY & EDUCATION

I love doing shows about how corporations support K-12 education. We welcome Linn Parish and Uzma Atif of Takeda Pharma's Center for Health Equity and Patient Affairs. Listen as they share how Takeda is working with Discovery Education to get information and resources into middle schools so that good health ...
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HOLOCAUST & ANTISEMITISM EDUCATION: HOW TO HANDLE IT IN TODAY’S CLASSROOMS

Dr. Luke Berryman is a Chicago-based writer and educator who founded The Ninth Candle, a Holocaust Education program for grades 6-12. Although this is a difficult subject to teach and explain, considering today's headlines, it's important to provide students with context and layered understanding ...
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LEARN ABOUT THE AFRICAN LEADERSHIP UNIVERSITY

Dr. Brian Rosenberg, former Macalester College president and current faculty at Harvard School of Education, joins us to discuss his work with African Leadership University. This network of tertiary institutions operates in Mauritius and Rwanda and offers bachelor's degree programs ...
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SUPPORTING NEURODIVERGENT STUDENTS TRANSITIONING TO COLLEGE

Professors Adam Lalor and Michelle Deal, both of Landmark College, a school for neurodivergent students, join us to discuss what K-12 students with ADHD, dyslexia, and other challenges need from teachers and parents as they transition into higher education ...
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THE CHALLENGE OF STAFFING SHORTAGES IN K-12

The Managing Director of ProCare Therapy, Will Redding, is my guest with some excellent insights on the current staffing challenges  in PreK-12. Will has current info on which states have the highest needs and other such facts ...
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ED TECH CAN SOLVE MANY SCHOOL DISTRICT CHALLENGES

Helping districts  to deal with  new trends from robotics, E Sports and the ongoing concerns of using technlogy in classrooms and beyond , Emily Cook VP of BLUUM gives her insights from years of experience in the classroom and the industry ...
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PRINCIPAL LEADERSHIP FOR THE EARLY GRADES

Two expert principals from NAESP's Center for  Early Learning Leadership  Julie Bloss and Kim Taylor on PreK program leadership and how the pandemic has affected todays Pre K work in schools ...
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THE NEA FOUNDATION HORACE MANN AWARDS FOR TEACHING EXCELLENCE

What philosophies and practice do these award winning educators employ? Two winners, Indiana's Carol Pierobon-Hober and Alabama's Kimberly Johnson are my honored guests ...
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DISILLUSIONED: A NEW BOOK ON EDUCATION IN AMERICA’S SUBURBS

A visit with author and longtime education reporter (NPR, PBS, Education Week) Benjamin Herold about his new book Disillusioned , the astounding story of 5 families across America moving to the the suburbs for a better life and a better education  and the unbelieveable challenges they  and their communities face ...
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