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10 minutes | Sep 22, 2020
Ep 012 – Helping your child figure out the answer to “What am I supposed to be doing?”
In this episode, we discuss some quick, easy strategies for helping your child listen actively during online learning. And if that doesn’t work, we offer some approaches to self-advocacy that can lower stress at home. [ENG Transcript]
14 minutes | Aug 31, 2020
Ep 011 – Supporting Online ELA at Home
SVVSD ELA Curriculum Coordinators Karen Smith (k-5) and Zac Chase (6-12). Discuss some strategies for families and parents to support online ELA learning at home. Download transcripts (ENG) (SPAN coming soon).
19 minutes | Oct 31, 2017
Ep 010 – Inquiry in Increments
Executive Director of Inquiry Schools Diana Laufenberg talks about how teachers can engage students in inquiry and make learning more student-centered without completely overhauling all that’s already working in their classrooms.
15 minutes | Oct 30, 2017
Ep 009 – Libraries at the Heart of the School
Sunset Middle School Instructional Librarian CeCe Balman talks about the road to transforming her school’s library and her continuing efforts to make the space the heart of the school.
18 minutes | Oct 26, 2017
Ep 008 – Greg George & Writing in Math
Math Curriculum Coordinator Greg George helps think through how authentic writing can work in a math classroom. Hint, it’s not “explain how you got your answer.”
19 minutes | Oct 10, 2017
Episode 007 – Amanda White & Special Education
Mead Middle School Special Education Teacher Amanda White outlines how she approaches helping all students access complex, grade-level texts.
55 minutes | Oct 5, 2017
Episode 006 – Aug Elementary Literacy Show
In August, the Elementary Literacy Show sat down with a tremendous panel of teachers from Timberline PK-8 to talk small group learning and purposeful collaboration. We also met with Jessica Evans at Thunder Valley k-8 to hear how she approaches … Continue reading →
14 minutes | Oct 3, 2017
Episode 005 – Jenny Pettit & Primary Sources
I sit down with Social Studies Curriculum Coordinator Jenny Pettit and talk about how primary sources can be much more than a document behind glass.
17 minutes | Sep 26, 2017
Episode 004 – Diane Lauer & Reciprocal Teaching
I talk with Assistant Superintendent Diane Lauer about how reciprocal teaching can deepen student understanding and shift cognitive load to our students.
18 minutes | Sep 21, 2017
Episode 003 – Patrick Kilcullen & Student Goals
Priority Programs Coordinator Patrick Kilkullen talks about helping students from all backgrounds imagine their future and chart a path forward.
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