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Back-to-School 2021-22 Issue

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TEACHING CRITICAL THINKING FOR LONG TERM LEARNING WITH THINKING MAPS

 Thinking Maps are visual patterns that correlate to specific cognitive processes with a whole-school, brain-based approach to teaching and learning designed to build foundational critical thinking, problem-solving, comprehension, and communication skills necessary for academic success. The Maps provide a shared visual “language for learning” for an entire school or district.They ...
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INCORPORATING MOVEMENT INTO YOUR CLASSROOMS

 Meet Christina Collins,a P.E. educator and  founder of NeverStop Moving365.com . Help yourself and your students of all grade levels  be healthier and more engaged students  by building  strategic movement into your classroom on a regular basis ...
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Hot Legal Topics for 2024 in Special Education

Phyllis Wolfram, Executive Director of the Council of Administrators of Special Education (CASE), provided some feedback from CASE's Academy of Leadership, whic ended on April 18 ...
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CREATING SOCIALLY CONNECTED SCHOOLS

 Professor   Dr. Julie Radlauer-Dorfler on understanding the importance  of social connectibilty for educator and student mental health. She  is a leading expert in the social influences of mental health and uses her experience to create impact within communities, systems, organizations, and individuals. Her approach is collaborative, creative, and curious ...
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The Daily SEL Approach to Better Leadership & Learning

It's time to prioritize the well-being of educators if we want to provide our students with the education they deserve. With about 760,000 teachers leaving the profession each year in the U.S., the financial implications are staggering, and the impact on student learning is profound. Randy Weiner and Dr. James ...
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A RESOURCE FOR TEACHING FINANCIAL LITERACY K-12

Brian Curcio of RAPUNZL, a YASS Prize finalist is my guest today. Learn now Rapunzl’s real-time simulator & integrated teacher platform inspire real-world learning and engage students with standards-aligned curriculum ...
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TRANSLATE LIVE: AI AND LANGUAGE ACCESS IN SCHOOLS

In today's globalized world, the ability to communicate across language barriers is more than a convenience—it's a necessity, especially in the education sector. On our latest podcast episode, we had the pleasure of speaking with Jennifer Quigley and Jason Velasco from Translate Live, who shared insights into their groundbreaking Instant ...
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Footsteps2Brilliance: A High-Tech Literacy Program for All Students

Ilene Rosenthal, CEO, and Eugene Narciso, COO, the co-founders of Footsteps2Brilliance, join Larry Jacobs on Education Talk Radio to share how the science of reading for all — including multilingual students — helps to build literacy and get kids back on track post-Covid ...
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DEVELOPING MORE CTE INSTRUCTORS …FIXING THE SHORTAGE

At the University of Wyoming , an innovative Dean  (Dr. Jenna Min Shim) and her colleagues ( like Rob Hill of the University) are working with community colleges , communities and professional mentors to create a pipeline  of CTE educators ...
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STRATEGIES TO SUPPORT PRE-K STUDENTS POST PANDEMIC

Listen as Hatch Early Learning President Sam Bonfante and VP Srikar Dronam talk about integrating the right technology into Pre-K education and creating effective solutions to engage young learners ...
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EQUITY IN COLLEGE ADMISSIONS AND THE SAT

Our Guest is Terry Harlin of Astoundingscore.com. Terry is an expert on SAT prep for students ...
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Learn About Twinkl’s AI Resources for Pre K-8 Students Worldwide

Listen as Denise Fernander, Middle School Manager at Twinkl, explains how her company's AI tools are making it easier for teachers to create lesson plans, curricula, and content so they can focus more on teaching and less on planning ...
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