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EDUCATION TALK SHOWS
for the week of
DECEMBER 9, 2019
MONDAY DECEMBER 2
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
AND IN CASE YOU MISSED THESE SHOWS FROM LAST WEEK …..
EARNING COLLEGE CREDIT THROUGH CLEP EXAMS
Emily Paulsen, the Executive Director of CLEP, a credit-by-exam program that lets students earn college credit by demonstrating college level knowledge in any of 34 subjects. In this episode, you’ll learn more about the College Board’s College-Level Examination Program (CLEP). CLEP exams are another option to help high school students earn college credit for what they already know, for a fraction of the cost of a college course. CLEP has been the most widely trusted credit-by-examination program for over 50 years, accepted by 2,900 colleges and universities and administered in more than 2,000 test centers.“
THE AASA LEADERSHIP NETWORK
Driving superintendent success, innovation and growth, and shaping the future of public education while preparing students for what’s next. With the creation of 35 network programs, this initiative connects educational leaders to the professional learning, leadership development, relationships and partnerships they need to ensure a long career of impact with Mort Sherman / AASA Associate Executive Director, Leadership Network,Valerie Truesdale / Assistant Executive Director, Leadership Network, Bernadine Futrell / AASA Director, Leadership Network
SOCIAL STUDIES: NCSS’ RECENT CONFERENCE:
ACTION, AGENCY ACTIVISM & ADVOCACY
Social Studies, Geography and Civics are the highlightswith guests from NCSS and NCGE
IMPROVING STUDENT ACCESS TO SPECIAL EDUCATION SERVICES
A show I have been waiting for a long time with Kristin Martinez, Head of Clinical Services at Presence Learning which has helped thousands of schools and hundreds of thousands of students.
CHANGING MIS-PERCEPTIONS ABOUT GIFTEDNESS IN
LOW INCOME AND MINORITY POPULATIONS
An NAGC show with Joy Lawson Davis who specializes in diversity and gifted ed and Kristina Collins an expert in SEL needs of the Gifted
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