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. Smarter, Better, Easier Ways to Check Student Understanding

Chaunte Garrett, with Myron Dueck

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If you've ever thought, "there must be a better way to confirm what students are learning," you'll want to listen to this segment with Myron Dueck.

Follow: @myrondueck @drncgarrett  @ASCD @bamradionetwork

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. 5 Ways to Restore Joyful Learning: Do This, Not That...

Amanda Koonlaba, Ed.S. with Mike Anderson 

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We all know that learning can be joyful and exciting. What are the joy killers in your classroom?  How can we restore joyful learning when it's been lost?

Follow: @balancedteacher  @AKoonlaba @ASCD @bamradionetwork

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. Bringing Reflection into Your Classroom: Why It Matters

Robert Pennington with Starr Sackstein

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Learn more about why reflection is so essential to mastery and how to successfully bring reflection into your classroom.

Follow: @robpennington9 @MsSackstein @ASCD @bamradionetwork

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. Six Ways to Succeed with the Students Who Challenge Us Most

Renee C. Meeks, Ed.D. with Jeffrey Benson

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Every teacher will have their share of challenges with students.  Join us as we discuss proven strategies for succeeding with challenging students.

Follow: @ReneeMeeks @JeffreyBenson61 @ASCD @bamradionetwork

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. When Learning Is Disrupted: Getting Students Back on Track

Dafina Westbrooks with Pete Hall and Kristin Souers

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Join us as we discuss the factors that prevent students from being ready to learn, and strategies for getting kids back to a learning-ready state.

Follow:   @EducationHall  @ASCD @bamradionetwork

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. Lesson Planning: Moving Beyond the Way We've Always Done It

 Brian Smith with Michael Fisher 

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Our guest offers three strategies  to create more exciting and engaging lessons plans.  Join us as we ditch those stale lesson plans and replace them with creative learning experiences.  

Follow:   @dad2ella@fisher1000 @ASCD @bamradionetwork

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