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Podcast: How De-Implementation Can Ease Overwork
Podcast: How De-Implementation Can Ease Overwork

Peter Dewitt discusses the concept of de-implementation and why it’s a term that should be on every leader’s mind.

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How to Use Backward Chaining to Differentiate Instruction
How to Use Backward Chaining to Differentiate Instruction

Check out this podcast episode from author Melanie Meehan and Cult of Pedagogy.

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How to Use Backward Chaining to Differentiate Instruction
How to Use Backward Chaining to Differentiate Instruction

Check out this podcast episode from author Melanie Meehan and Cult of Pedagogy.

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How to Use Backward Chaining to Differentiate Instruction
How to Use Backward Chaining to Differentiate Instruction

Check out this podcast episode from author Melanie Meehan and Cult of Pedagogy.

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Podcast: Teaching, Learning and Trauma
Podcast: Teaching, Learning and Trauma

The essential theme underlying this series is highlighted right in the podcast’s subtitle: a whole community approach. That means, to effectively identify and lessen the impact of student trauma requires mental health practitioners, faculty members, parents, and community members to work together. Brooke O’Drobinak, an administrator, teacher, and instructional coach, and Beth Kelley, a trauma informed consultant and conscious leadership coach offer a number of powerful ideas on how educators — without extensive training — can contribute to reducing the effects of trauma. That awareness and effort can in turn give educators greater confidence that they can have the desired impact.

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Podcast: Examining Student Trauma Through the Lens of Race
Podcast: Examining Student Trauma Through the Lens of Race

Along with their home and natural environments, a child’s community is now recognized as a potential contributor to adverse childhood experiences. The results can be devastating for development. Substandard schools, intolerance, discrimination, and racism can lead to chronic health issues, minimum employment, and long-term poverty. Authors and educators Victoria Romero and Justin Hendrickson take us through an explanation.

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powerED Up Podcast: The Peak Performing Teacher
powerED Up Podcast: The Peak Performing Teacher

Listen into this episode of the powerED Podcast featuring author Mike Kuczala. In the podcast, he discusses his new book, The Peak Performing Teacher.

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Create-Abilities Podcast: Improving Reading Comprehension with Dr. Douglas Fisher
Create-Abilities Podcast: Improving Reading Comprehension with Dr. Douglas Fisher

Comprehension co-author Douglas Fisher discusses why teaching reading comprehension through individual, disconnected strategies isn't improving reading comprehension, and what to try instead. 

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Cult of Pedagogy Podcast: How One District Learned to Talk About Race
Cult of Pedagogy Podcast: How One District Learned to Talk About Race

Glenn Singleton joins Jennifer Gonzalez on the Cult of Pedagogy podcast to discuss how one school district in Florida used Singleton's Courageous Conversations about Race to gain the tools to talk candidly about race. 

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Podcast: Five Habits for Success
Podcast: Five Habits for Success

Listen in on this podcast from the Energetic Education Podcast with Peak Performing Teacher author Mike Kuczala. In the podcast, he uncovers 5 key habits for teaching success.

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Podcast: The Peak Performing Teacher
Podcast: The Peak Performing Teacher

Listen into this episode of the Global PhysEd Voxcast featuring author Mike Kuczala. In the podcast, he discusses his new book, The Peak Performing Teacher.

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