In this episode the team takes on six different debates centered on the framework of "Rocks vs. Sucks." Followers chimed in about their thoughts related to network filters, homework, parent/teacher conferences, social media, bring your own device, and more. We hope this episode doesn't suck!
What's best for all students? Are we providing environments where ALL kids have equal opportunities? The discussion in this podcast recapped a the weekly #IAedchat focused on equity and opportunity for students and families. There are great pieces of information that you will not want to miss. Connect with us online: tinyurl.com/iaedchat
Within this live show, we visited with Jim Sporleder, the former principal of Lincoln Alternative High School in Walla Walla, Washington featured in the documentary, Paper Tigers. This conversation focused on Trauma Informed Practices and creating a relationship-based culture in the school environment.
What are the best questions to ask in an interview? What does a solid interview process look like? How will I get the best candidate to enhance our excellent school culture? All of these questions are addressed in this mini-podcast that you will not want to miss. Sample questions and look for responses were discussed in this Twitter exchange. Check out the Twitter chat archive full of resources at tinyurl.com/iaedchatapril29
Perseverance, grit, collaboration, communication, and connection were a few of the skills that were discussed in this episode dedicated to the keys to success in education. There were a number of excellent thoughts and reflections from the Twitter chat captured in this show. Check out the Twitter chat archive by visiting tinyurl.com/iaedchat.
Everyone needs someone to push their thinking, support them in times of need, laugh at the challenges presented, and provide a level of support like no other. We discuss the importance of the mentor/mentee relationship at all levels and how we are all in this together along the path toward continual growth. The Twitter chat archive full of tweets, resources, and reflections can be found at tinyurl.com/iaedchatapril8.
In this episode, Andrea and Dan highlight thoughts, ideas, and practices from our followers in an attempt to support active learners. We talked about student engagement, choice, voice, and creating a purposeful environment for student success. The Twitter chat archive for tonight can be found at tinyurl.com/iaedchatmarch18.
Employability skills, authentic assessment, student voice and choice...we have it all covered in this episode discussing which measurements being the most impactful. In this mini-cast, Andrea and Dan highlight some key take-aways, as well as providing their perspectives.