The i5 Approach to Lesson Planning: A Quick Start Guide

Abbie Eklund with Jane E. Pollock

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In this episode, we explore a lesson planning model that promotes critical thinking, student engagement, and the effective use of technology.

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7 Smart Moves: Taking a Fresh Look at Formative Assessment

Rachael George with Brent Duckor and Carrie Holmberg

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Join us as we reframe our thinking about formative assessment through a lens of seven smart teacher moves. 

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How to Use Grading to Improve Learning

Adam J. Brown Ed.D. with Susan Brookhart

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At a time when many educators are challenging the value, efficacy, and process of grading, our guest points the way toward using grading to improve learning.

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Managing the Dynamics of School Change

  Jusmar Maness with Ellie Drago-Severson and Jessica Blum-DeStefano

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School change is easy to discuss but much harder to successfully manage. Our guests share a framework to guide effective school change initiatives.

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Strategies for Building Relationships with Students in Poverty

  Mike Janatovich with William Parrett and Kathleen Budge

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Join us as we discuss how our cultural conditioning and expectations impact our ability as educators to help students in poverty. We close by looking at strategies for success.

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