With Host Larry Jacobs

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OUR SHOW SCHEDULE FOR THE WEEK OF OCT  26, 2020

MONDAY OCT 26
MONDAY OCT 26
 
9a ET
 
RESPONDING WITH EMPATHY AND COMPASSION TO STUDENT DISRUPTIVE BEHAVIOR
Mr. Chris Seeley is the Program Director for School and Justice Initiatives at The American Psychiatric Association Foundation which is working daily with schools nationwide with a series of programs to help understand SEL needs especially during these Pandemic Times .
1030
AASA ON EQUITY & EARLY LEARNING
 Last week AASA’s Virtual Early Learning Co-hort hosted a symposium where they discussed Equity in early learning. I was a paryicipant as were several of my guests Supts Peter Finch of West Valley,WA, Summer Schultz of Dell Rapids, ND and Gregg Fuerstenau of Litchfield,IL
 
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TUESDAY

9A

AN NAGC SHOW

SUPPORTING EQUITY  & SOCIAL JUSTICE FOR GIFTED MINORITY & UNDER-REPRESENTED STUDENTS

An NAGC show  with a vision to champion under-represented  groups for Gifted learning NAGC Board member Tarek Grantham, from the Dept of Ed Pych at the University of GA and NAGC past-President  Sally Krisel from Hall County Schools in Gainesville,GA are our guests

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SOLVING THE CHALLENGE OF  HIRING VIRTUAL TEACHERS

I have a feeling it’s here to stay. Yes, Virtual Education is just beginning and to help districts discover what they need  to know in hiring teachers  who know how to teach virtually, we have  Dr Michael Robinson of Proximity Learning

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WEDS 

9a

A CCSSO SHOW

RHODE ISLAND’S COMMISSIONER OF EDUCATION VISITS

Meet Angellica Infante-Green is the first woman of color and Latina to serve in this position. Some interesting ideas and programs from the little state that does!

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1030 ET

WHY AND HOW RIGOROUS CURRICULUM MAKES A DIFFERENCE FOR EQUITY

Amplify CEO, Catherine Mackay is my guest. This is a company that understands that rigor matters as they build curriculum that makes equity a high priority

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Thursday

9A

THE IMPACT OF COVID 19 ON

 STUDENT MOTIVATION 

Our friends at Texthelp have partnered with ImpactEd on a study to examine COVID’s impact. We’ll discuss the key takeaway date with Jason Carroll of Texthelp.

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CREATIVE FUNDING OPPORTUNITIES FOR AMERICA’S AGING SCHOOLS

Listen to expert Tracy Richter of HPM , a facilities planning organization on alternatives for school funding and planning and how COVID affects the future of facilities planning in education

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AND SHOWS FROM LAST WEEK JUST BELOW

THE IMPORTANCE OF SCHOOL LIBRARIANS DURING  PANDEMIC LEARNING 
My guest is Kathy Carroll, President of American Association  of  School Librarians (AASL) and Lead Librarian/Media Specialist at Westwood High School Blythewood, SC 
REIMAGINING EDUCATION AS WE WORK THROUGH THE PANDEMIC

Johns Hopkins Education Professor and good friend  Dr. Carey Borkoski on creating a process and prioritizing needs for all students based on what we have learned in these troubling times.

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HOW RELATIONSHIPS AND CULTURE  SUPPORTED SUSTAINABLE SUCCESS  THRU A PANDEMIC

We’ll visit with principal Tom Schroeder and Vice Principal Vicki Flournoy at Florida’s Margate Elementary School, a Curriculum Associates Exemplar school. It all paid off when the pandemic hit.

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RACE AND EQUITY IN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL LEADERSHIP

Our guest is the current president of The National Association of Elementary School Principals NAESP, Ms  Kimbrelle Barbosa Lewis who also serves as Chair of their National Task Force on Race and Equity

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LOOKING AT THE LEARNING  JOURNEY OF STUDENTS

We welcome the President of the Learning Division at ACT Jonell Sanchez where they recently launched a new program called MOSAIC to look at and assess  the learning journey of any individual. 

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TEACHER EVALUATION  AS A GROWTH PROCESS  

Meet author and thought leader Dianna Whitlock on how proper teacher evaluation can make all the difference to the success rate of administrators and classroom teachers…and have a great impact on student success as well.

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TRAUMA INFORMED APPROACHES TO STUDENT MENTAL HEALTH DURING COVID 19

Listen to renowned expert Dr Isiah Pickens with his remote learning tips on managing student stress, your own stress and creating even more inclusive classrooms in this tough environment. He has developed a new program for educators which we will discuss in detail for Presence Learning.

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