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Accessibility, Compliance & EQUITY (AC&E)
The WINTER NOVEMBER DECEMBER issue is on site through the first week of November! Read it now at ACE-ED.ORG. Every student, Every school, Every day… This is a must-read for EVERY educator.
EDUCATION TALK RADIO SCHEDULE OF SHOWS
FOR DECEMBER 16-23, 2019
MONDAY DECEMBER 16
TAKING SOCIAL EMOTIONAL LEARNING SCHOOLWIDE
An ASCD show with author Tom Hoerr, on his new book of the same title.
PREVIEW PRESENTATIONS FROM FETC ON EQUITY AND ACCESSIBILITY IN SCHOOL TECHNOLOGY
Get a great preview of two conference presentation, FETCset for Miami January 14-17, with Eujon Anderson , CTO of Troy City AL Schools and Nikosi Darnell ,a speech-language pathologist from Clearview Speech and Consulting
The title of our show is also the title of a new book by the same name, a Heinemann publication . Our guest is the author Robert Kim.
INCREASING LITERACY ACHIEVEMENT FROM BIRTH TO 12TH GRADE IN OKLAHOMA SCHOOLS
Sharon Morgan and Michelle Seyboldt , two experts from Oklahoma’s DOE are my guests. You’ll learn how things are doing fine in Oklahoma. That’s Oklahoma OK
MAKING READING ACCESSIBLE TO ALL LEARNERS
Thank you Curriculum Associates for the opportunity to learn by the example Principal Jason Stamper of Woodland Middle School in Atlanta, a Title I school with over 1000 students and how they have achieved the success they have had.
USING LESSON JAMS (HACKATHONS) TO PROMOTE COLLABORATIVE, CROSS-CURRICULAR LESSON PLANS
Meet Mike Russell, Director of Studies and Academic Innovation at NJ’s Doane Academy and learn to JAM with us. Thank you SMARTBRIEF for this introduction.
THE BROADBAND IMPERATIVE:
DRIVING CONNECTIVITY, ACCESS AND STUDENT SUCCESS
SETDA Deputy Executive Director Christine Fox joins us to explain this incredible and useful program for K-12
THE NATIONAL COLLABORATIVE FOR DIGITAL EQUITY
You’re going to meet two amazing people , Bob McLaughlin and Susan Ballard and learn about the work they have done with the Federal Government to have banks abide by Federal law re The Community Reinvestment Act and provide grants for digital equity. Its an amazing story and ongoing.
MONDAY DECEMBER 23
THE VALUE OF CREATING A VIBRANT SCHOOL NEWSPAPER
Pushing for more student voice in an age of student voice, we have as our guest , teacher, advocate, writer and school newspaper adviser Dave Cutler .
AND IN CASE YOU MISSED THESE SHOWS FROM LAST WEEK …..
ENSURING THE PRIVACY AND SECURITY OF STUDENT DATA
A CoSN Show with Linnette Attai, CoSN Project Director and renowned author on data security, and two school district leaders Jennifer Miller and Andrew Moore
SEARCHING FOR DIGITAL EQUITY IN THE
CLASSROOM AND COMMUNITY
with Dr. Nicol Howard, a speaker at ISTE, ISTE author and Asst Professor at The University of California Redlands, working always on teacher training. Nicol is amazing.
“STORIES ARE STRONGER THAN HATE”
DISCOVERY EDUCATION WORKS WITH THE SHOAH FOUNDATION FOR MIDDLE AND HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS
Together they have created an astonishing experience for your students. I encourage you to listen to returning guest Dr Claudia Ramirez Weideman of The Shoah Foundation, created by Steven Spielberg.
ONLINE EDUCATION AND ACCESSIBILITY
A visit with Michigan Virtual’s Director of Instructional Product Development Krista Tomaselli and Oekmos MI Superintendent John J Hood on the new standards for online education
A DEEP DIVE INTO THE VALUE OF GEOGRAPHY EDUCATION
NCGE’S Executive Director Charlie Regan, formerly of National Geographic Sr. VP where he was GM of the Maps Division. Charlie has been on the show before and he is a terrific guest
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