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Steph George

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02/03/22

Podcast: The Power of Femtorship with Irene Castillón, Dr. Patricia López, and Angela Rascon

If you've been lucky enough to have a mentor in your life, you know the value of the guidance they can provide you. But what about a femtor?  (continue reading)
01/27/22

Podcast: How Routines Help Teachers Make Shifts To Let Students Think and Reason Mathematically

Teaching students to think and reason mathematically is sometimes a challenge. This is where instructional routines come in.  (continue reading)
01/20/22

Podcast: Writing Unbound Read Aloud with Tom Newkirk

In this audiobook preview, Tom describes the vast opportunity found in fiction writing, and what we lose when we don’t embrace that opportunity in our classrooms.  (continue reading)
01/13/22

Podcast: Textured Teaching Read Aloud with Lorena Germán

Today on the podcast we have a sample from Textured Teaching: A Framework for Culturally Sustaining Practices, read by author Lorena Germán.  (continue reading)
12/16/21

Podcast: Leading with Vulnerability with David Rockower and Ellin Keene

David Rockower illustrates how middle and high school teachers can build engagement and foster genuine student relationships by embracing vulnerability.  (continue reading)
12/09/21

Podcast: Embracing Grief in the Classroom with Brittany R. Collins and Marlee Bunch

Addressing grief in the classroom can be challenging, but educators play a special role in helping students move through difficult life events.  (continue reading)
12/02/21

Podcast: Developing a Mindset for Revision with Chris Hall and Ellin Keene

What if revision is something that happens in the mindset of the writer during the writing process? This is the question that Chris Hall answer in The Writer’s Mindset.  (continue reading)
11/18/21

Podcast: Bringing Fiction Back with Tom Newkirk

When’s the last time your students got to write creatively? Or craft a piece of fiction that was entirely their own?  (continue reading)
11/11/21

Podcast: Engaging with Math in Literature with Sue O'Connell, Danielle Moore, and TJ Jemison

How do stories create space for mathematical thinking? Today on the podcast we’re joined by Sue O’Connell, lead author of the Math by the Book series, and two of her co-authors Danielle Moore, and TJ Jemison.  (continue reading)
11/04/21

Podcast: Jennifer Serravallo and Rachael Gabriel on ForwardEd, How Research, Interpretation, and Science Fuel Teaching

Jennifer Serravallo and Rachael Gabriel discuss the process of research as systematic inquiry and how interpretations impact our practice as responsive teachers.  (continue reading)

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