MONDAY AUGUST 22
ASSESSING SOCIAL EMOTIONAL LEARNING
SEL is key to today’s educational landscape . To discuss assessing students in need of such we have Dave Aadams, SEL Director at Urban Assembly, Paul LeBuffe, Director of the Devereaux Center for Resilient Children and Pat Cozens of Apperson.
AT-HOME KINDERGARTEN READINESS
Diane Weaver of Waterford andClaudia Miner, Waterford’s VP of Development and UPSTART Program Director, talking about UPSTART, Waterford’s at-home kindergarten readiness program. Recent research was released that shows students have long-term positive effects from the program, and it was recently expanded in Utah to include as many as 10,000 kids this coming year.
STEM and ASTRONOMY INTO YOUR ELEMENTARY CLASSROOM
Professor Emeritus Billy Hix of Motlow State returns.Billy is the Johnny Appleseed of STEM and works with teachers to overcome obstacles In TN and AL to bring easy and learnable STEM into the elementary classroom
CIVICS EDUCATION IN AN ELECTION YEAR
The one and only Michelle Herczog returns, past president of NCSS and currently History-Social Science Consultant at Los Angeles County Office of Education on the C3 Framework and its importance in this election year.
AT RISK STUDENTS and INTERVENTION ACADEMIES
Our guest is expert Reggie Underwood. Chief Academic Officer at Advance Path Academics
LINKING ASSESSMENT TO INSTRUCTION
At ISTE 2016 Pearson unveiled enhancements to Schoolnet, the company’s award-winning, instructional improvement system (IIS), making it an even more powerful tool for linking assessment to instruction.Lisa Sieker, Vice President at Pearson, and she’s here to talk about Schoolnet 18.
EFFECTIVE MATH TEACHING…PRINCIPALS TO ACTION
Professors Dr. Mike Shaughnessy of Portland (OR) State & past NCTM president with Dr. Christine Thomas,Professor of Math Education at Georgia State and President of AMTE , all about the teaching of math and current professional development in the field
TEACHER LEADERS WORKING ON PROFESSIONAL COMPENSATION & TEACHER CAREER PATHWAYS ISSUES
Three North Carolina teachers worked together as a team via The Center for Teaching Quality contemplating these issues. Educators Karyn Dickerson, Joanna Schimizzi and Ben Owens are our guests.
SURVEY RESULTS: THE ED TECH GAP TEACHER LEADERS WORKING ON PROFESSIONAL COMPENSATION & TEACHER CAREER PATHWAYS ISSUES
Edgenuity , experts in K-12 digital curriculum, recently did this survey and to go over the results we have invited their VP Leslie Sobon and their Curriculum Solutions Supervisor, Kristen Pittman
A NEW BOOK FROM ASCD
‘YOU’RE THE PRINCIPAL. NOW WHAT?
STRATEGIES AND SOLUTIONS FOR NEW SCHOOL LEADERS’
Now what?? Easy to answer when we have the author, OH Principal Jennifer Schwanke
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This is Goldie’s wonderful educational foundation for a vastly under-met need
in K-12 eduCation Our guest is CEO Laurie Coots.
a great and neutral site for any teacher, particularly English and Social Studies
A PREVIEW OF THE “WOMEN LEADERS IN EDUCATION’ CONFERENCE
URBAN EDUCATION AND BEYOND…THE RIGHT METRIC TO MEASURE STUDENT SUCCESS
Dr. Phil (not that one) Lanoue, National Supt of the Year 2015, the Superintendent of Clarke County School District (GA) asks “ARE WE HAVING THE RIGHT CONVERSATIONS ABOUT STUDENT SUCCESS?”
.THE MOORESVILLE NC ‘SUMMER CONNECTION’ FOR SUPERINTENDENTS & STAFF. Mooresville Graded Supt. Mark Edwards and CTO Scott Smith with a look at district Ed tech and a preview of the conference.
Ron Rice, of The National Alliance for Public Charter Schools with CEO Emilio Pack of CrownPrep Academy (MD) and Lagra Newman, Head of School at Purpose Prep in Tennessee on DESIGNING AND OPERATING A CHARTER SCHOOL.
Meriden CT. Supt. Dr. Mark Benigni and Director of Curriculum Barb Haeffner with actual students, the consumers, on STUDENT CENTERED PERSONALIZED LEARNING ENVIRONMENTS (PLE’s)
FFA …AGRICULTURAL EDUCATION AND SERVICE LEARNING a favorite topic of mine with so many career opps for student d and in teaching. ..with their “Living to Serve” senior manager Michele Sullivan …CREATING A COMMON LANGUAGE FOR SERVICEPresented by iCEV Online
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THE INTERNATIONAL LITERACY ASSOCIATION CONFERENCE . The old “IRA” has their conference in July in Boston.We’ll preview it for you with ILA’s Marcie Craig-Post and #NYEdChat co-moderator and ELA consultant Carol Varsalona,Wonder Lead Ambassador for Wonderopolis.
The subject is PRE-SCHOOL TEACHER PREP starring The National Council on Teacher Quality’s Director of Research Hannah Putman…considering a new report fort from NCTQ on that very subject…with an upcoming webinar to boot.
( FYI, SKYPE crashed on us 25 minutes in.
We have re-scheduled it to continue the conversation on June 20 at 130 p)
Miranda Beard , president of The National School Board Association and John Tuttle , past president join us for a discussion on the value of supporting Public Education
A COMPETENCY- BASED APPROACH TO TEACHER EDUCATION… Learn about the evolution of an excellent ONLINE program at Granite State College offering Masters degrees in School Leadership for Principals and School Librarians.
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A great program for MENTORING AND COACHING NEW TEACHERS
from the New Teacher Center with NTC founder Ellen Moir.
We’ll be talking classroom management in the 21st century with authors Tom Whitby and Steve Anderson, all about their new book