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The National Association for The Education of Young Children and BAM Radio Network have partnered to bring you NAEYC Radio. Rae Pica and Jerlean Daniel host the program that will focus on a different topic each month. The program was developed by early childhood professionals to bring the best and latest insights directly to parents and educators.
 
Join host and a First Things First Champion for Young Children recipient, Marissa Calderón as she captures the journey of educators and advocates alike by highlighting their work through interviews and candid conversations, including best practices in the early education field. A practical listen and brain nugget for the early education practitioner, child advocate, parent and community alike. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
BAM Radio has compiled the most popular segments hosted by the Executive Directors of the nation's 14 leading education associations including; The Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development( ASCD), The International Society for Technology in Education (ISTE), the American Association of School Administrators (AASA), the National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC), the National Parent Teachers Association ( PTA), the National Head Start Association (NHSA), Th ...
 
The National Association of Elementary School Principals and BAM Radio Network have partnered to bring you NAESP Radio. Executive Director Earl L. Franks, Ed.D., CAEhosts the program that will focus on the topics you really care about. Each brief segment of NAESP Radio will help keep abreast of the latest developments in the field.
 
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ISTE REWIND: In this special edition of Learning Unleashed, we air a panel discussion about the silver linings our guests found in the pandemic, the new possibilities they discovered, the myths and misconceptions that were shattered during pandemic teaching, and reasons to be excited and inspired about the school year ahead. Follow on Twitter: @rde…
 
This school year is largely in the rearview mirror and many of us are exhausted. But after you've had some rest, you'll want to listen to this special episode on reevaluating everything we thought about teaching and technology before the pandemic. (Get the book) Follow on Twitter: @ISTE @mrhooker @possbeth @KarenJan @mmatp @attipscast @cmurcray @ba…
 
We're finding that the pandemic is impacting students in ways that require us to rethink how we grade them. Join us as we share the various ways we are adapting our thinking and grading as we close out this unusual school year. Follow on Twitter: @ideasforteacher @peter_santoro @MrHabegger @DrBioTom @jonHarper70bd @jonbergmann @bamradionetwork Jake…
 
Join us for a candid discussion about the traps, tropes, and pitfalls we often encounter as we work to support equity and inclusion in our schools. In this episode, we discuss why the successful journey to equity starts with awareness and includes inescapable discomfort. Follow on Twitter: @jamiladugan @ASCD @a_rebora @bamradionetwork @jonHarper70b…
 
The Derek Chauvin verdict was announced right before #edchat was set to begin, so we switched topics. That’s how this group of educators found ourselves in the middle of a raw, real, and relevant discussion, as the world was reacting in real-time. Follow on Twitter: @Oldbay84 @MsSackstein @tomwhitby @sgthomas1973 @HarveyAlvy1 @ShiftParadigm @bamrad…
 
Our guests believe that we need to make math, coding, and problems solving skills relevant to their everyday lives of our students. How can we convince students, parents, and ourselves that the pandemic is a good opportunity to teach these skills? Follow on Twitter: @ISTE @mrhooker @NicolRHoward @keithehoward @jonHarper70bd @Mx_Collins @bamradionet…
 
How can we prepare to help students with the increasing volume and types of SEL issues they are bringing to class? Join us for a discussion about when, where, and how to get started. Follow on Twitter: @JorgeDoesPBL @ISTE @mrhooker @jonHarper70bd @Mx_Collins @bamradionetwork #ISTE20 #ISTEturns40 #edchat #edtech #edtechchat Jorge Valenzuela (@JorgeD…
 
Even as many of us wrestle with the myriad frustrations of remote and hybrid teaching, some teachers are experiencing exceptional levels of student engagement. In this episode, we talk about some strategies and tools that are getting and keeping students’ attention during the pandemic. Follow: @JaimeDonally @ISTE @mrhooker @jonHarper70bd @bamradion…
 
As we move through spring break, we begin looking ahead to the end of the school year. Join us as we consider how to end this extraordinary year well and prepare for whatever the coming school year will bring? Follow on Twitter: @ASCD @a_rebora @mattrkay @bamradionetwork @jonHarper70bd Matthew Kay is a founding English teacher at Science Leadership…
 
We’ve become more effective teachers by leaving isolation behind. Support when we’re struggling, professional development, improved well-being, and inspiration to do better are among the benefits of reaching out to other teachers for help. In this episode, we discuss specific ways to find and reach out to other educators. Follow on Twitter: @ESL_fa…
 
In this episode, we look at why pandemic learning and typical teaching burnout are very different. More importantly, what are we doing about it? Follow on Twitter: @jonbergmann @burnedinteacher @ideasforteacher @bamradionetwork @jonHarper70bd #edchat #flipclass #teachers SsRPeAmFlCr Michele S. Gorman is the founder and principal of the Richland Sch…
 
We are dedicated, committed teachers, but how do we deal with the elements of pandemic teaching and learning that seem beyond our control. The consensus is that there are four types of support that can allow us to finish the school year well. Follow on Twitter: @ideasforteacher @peter_santoro @MrHabegger @DrBioTom @jonHarper70bd @jonbergmann @bamra…
 
As school leaders, we often consider busyness a badge of honor — until we hit the wall. Our guest says, “There were days I felt so low that if I didn’t do something I don’t know what could have happened.” In this episode, we talk about knowing when to hit the pause button and take care of ourselves. Follow on Twitter: @Dwight_Carter @gustafsonbrad …
 
I’ve made many mistakes while overseeing pandemic learning in my district. Among them, I’ve found that too often I jump to hasty conclusions when teaching and learning are not happening as expected. Over the last year, I’ve learned the single most important thing I can do when virtual school isn’t working. Follow @jonHarper70bd @bamradionetwork @dr…
 
We absolutely love teaching, and we’ve all had moments of burnout, but pandemic teaching is different. This week we talk about relieving the stress and exhaustion we’re feeling. Follow on Twitter: @ideasforteacher @peter_santoro @MrHabegger @DrBioTom @jonHarper70bd @jonbergmann @bamradionetwork Jake Habegger is an 8th grade US History Teacher in Fr…
 
We invited school psychologists, teachers, school principals, superintendents, a school safety specialist, and an education law expert to help us figure out what to do in the wake of a historic inflection point that demands some difficult discussions as soon as possible. Follow on Twitter: @2WardEquity @kylehamstra @pFagell @jonHarper70bd @DrAmyKli…
 
While emotions were running high over the attack on the United States Capitol, we asked eight educators to share their thoughts on the academic dilemma created by this historic moment in American history. Are any of us really ready to discuss sedition in the classroom? Should we just leave it to social studies and civic teachers? Twitter: @HeFields…
 
Episode 57 features returning guest, Tina Wiggins Sykes and podcast guest debut of Gloria McGinty. Tina Sykes and Gloria McGinty are Arizona based Early Childhood Professionals, ECE Coaches, Trainers, College Instructors, Equity Specialists amongst their past or current roles. They are also long-time friends and colleagues of host, Marissa Calderón…
 
How do we lead a class, a school or a school district when there is no textbook, guidebook or map for the scenarios we face? As big anxiety, fears and doubts arise, how do we teach or lead others when we are struggling ourselves? Follow on Twitter: @ASCD @DrRachaelGeorge @PrincipalKafele @Jenschwanke @jonHarper70bd Award-winning educator Baruti Kaf…
 
Increasingly, teachers report that students in remote learning are not turning in their work. Join us as we unpack the assignment completion gap and what can we do about it. Follow on Twitter: @ideasforteacher @KtBkr4 @MrRKhusky @MrHabegger @jonHarper70bd @jonbergmann @bamradionetwork Kate Baker, M.Ed and MAIT, is the Senior Community Engagement Ma…
 
Grading is always a challenge, but teachers are reporting that hybrid and remote teaching are adding a new level of stress and angst to the process. Join us as a panel of teachers share what they are doing to make the new grading demands more manageable. Follow on Twitter: @ideasforteacher @martharamirezco @DrBioTom @jonHarper70bd @jonbergmann @bam…
 
This week the stress levels of hybrid teaching hit crisis levels, and we all had to make major changes to avoid going over the edge. Here are three things we did to get our classes back on track when we came to the end of our rope. Follow on Twitter: @ideasforteacher @peter_santoro @MrHabegger @DrBioTom @jonHarper70bd @jonbergmann @bamradionetwork …
 
Today, the elephant in every classroom is politics: How are you managing the thorny issues that are present in your classroom, whether you discuss them or not? Four educators share their approaches. Follow on Twitter @2WardEquity @klrembert @rpdelcastillo @HolSpinny @larryferlazzo @jonHarper70bd @bamradionetwork Dr. Angela M. Ward is a public-schoo…
 
Episode 56 features a Kindergarten Virtual Zoom Chat that was converted to an audio podcast with light editing for clarity. Guests, Lauren Degregorio is a K-1 teacher in New Mexico, previously a Kindergarten Teacher in Arizona. Catherine Norwood is an Arizona Instructional Coach for an Arizona school district. Both Educators are connected thru AZ's…
 
This is the first episode of Normal-ish. In this series, four educators, from four schools, agree to meet weekly at a virtual cafe to figure out how to navigate teaching when the rules are changing daily. Follow on Twitter: @ideasforteacher @peter_santoro @MrHabegger @DrBioTom @jonHarper70bd @jonbergmann @bamradionetworknetwork @petersantoro @MrHab…
 
In Episode 55, Carla Rivera-Cruz is back on the podcast to talk about current events involving the oppressive policies and systems in the classroom and at the school board level. The conversation includes the reference of the video, The Four I's of Oppression and how it connects to her work in Education. Carla is a former classroom teacher and scho…
 
Episode 54 is with advocate and outspoken champion for BIPOC, Lark Sontag from the Will Start Small Collective. Lark's points include a very honest and uncomfortable array of topics regarding the current injustices of COVID, how child care is rooted in oppressive policies and how much of the programming in early childhood is for the benefit of whit…
 
We’ve come to the end of the school year and the end of this series on the rapid transition to online learning. Time to reflect and sign off. We hope you’ll join us! Follow on Twitter: @ideasforteacher @bamradionetwork @petersantoro @MrHabegger @DrBioTom @jonbergmann @jonHarper70bd Jake Habegger is an 8th grade US History Teacher in Franklin, Tenne…
 
Episode 53 is with guest and Arizona early childhood education colleague, Tina Sykes. Tina Sykes is a social justice advocate, a poet a wife and parent to three children. Our conversations about the recent murder of #GeorgeFloyd online sparked an opportunity to have a candid conversation on the podcast about racism, white centric views in early chi…
 
Season 3 debuts and podcast host, Marissa Calderón updates everyone on being on hiatus and launches the new season addressing homeschool during COVID19 with past guest and K-6 Instructional Coach in Arizona, Catherine Norwood. Catherine and Marissa discuss what the focus should be for teachers during the last weeks of virtual school, what parents c…
 
COVID-19 has disrupted education worldwide, but what will “school” look like on the other side? Will disruption evolve into substantive transformation or just a temporary departure from the status quo? Follow on Twitter: @MsSackstein @tomwhitby @sgthomas1973 @HarveyAlvy1 @ShiftParadigm @bamradionetwork @DennisDill @jonHarper70bd Dennis Dill is a Te…
 
As the pandemic-driven demands placed on teachers escalates, the need for self-care and self-compassion is rising as well. Join us as we clarify the difference between the two and discuss how we can do both better. Follow on Twitter: @jonHarper70bd @froehlichm @stantonalana @self_compassion Rapid Transition to Online Learning @bamradionetwork Krist…
 
This week student attendance was a big challenge. Why is one of us getting 20 percent attendance while another just got 100 percent of his students to show up? Listen in to this ongoing series with four teachers from different schools, as they reflect, share experiences, and identify the big lessons they are gleaning as they make a rapid transition…
 
We are all trying to figure out how to handle this unprecedented disruption of the school year. In this episode, we talk about what some teachers are saying they need from their administrators during these stressful and demanding times. Follow on Twitter: @jonHarper70bd @froehlichm @pfagell @bamradionetwork @Joe_Mazza Phyllis L. Fagell, LCPC is the…
 
Is it possible to meet the social-emotional needs of students while teaching online? Yes and no. Tune in for a candid look at what we can do, what we can’t do, and what we should do to help students through this emotional period. Follow on Twitter: @jonHarper70bd @froehlichm @pfagell @bamradionetwork @Joe_Mazza Phyllis L. Fagell, LCPC is the school…
 
As schools around the world scramble to make a rapid transition to online learning, a highly respected education technologist is telling teachers to think twice about all the free new technology offers. Instead, she is encouraging educators to focus on a few more important priorities. Follow on Twitter: @micheeaton @ISTE @mrhooker @jonHarper70bd @b…
 
In this ongoing series, four teachers from different schools, reflect, share experiences, and identify the big lessons they are learning as they make a rapid transition to online learning. You can listen in on their weekly virtual happy hour at the RTOL Bar and Grill. Follow on Twitter: @jonbergmann @ideasforteacher @bamradionetwork @peter_santoro …
 
Covid-19 has disrupted the best-laid district plans, school plans, and lesson plans of educators worldwide. As more schools, teachers, and students are upended by the rapid transition to online learning, what should our priorities be? Follow on Twitter: @barberchicago @CathleenBeachbd @AmyRoediger @larryferlazzo @bamradionetwork Lorie Barber is a 5…
 
In response to coronavirus, more schools are making a rapid transition to online learning. Most of us have never taught online. How should the process look and feel and how do we know that we are doing it well? Here’s what we learned in week one. Follow on Twitter: @jonbergmann @ideasforteacher @bamradionetwork @peter_santoro @MrHabegger @DrBioTom …
 
This week we unpack the rush to use remote learning in response to Covid-19. What questions do we need to consider? What unknowns lie ahead? What challenges will we face? When all is said and done, what impact with this historic event have on the future of education. Follow on Twitter: @ItsAMrY @tomwhitby @sgthomas1973 @HarveyAlvy1 @ShiftParadigm @…
 
In response to coronavirus, schools and universities are preparing to practice extreme social distancing. They are closing down and transitioning to online learning. But what's involved in moving your teaching from your classroom to distance learning overnight? Join us for a discussion with three teachers and a school administrator about what to ex…
 
In this first episode of Teachable Moments, award-winning educator, and former social studies teacher turned college professor, shares research-based guidance on teaching impeachment in the classroom. She begins by explaining why it’s so important for social studies, history and civics teachers to lean into this historic and critical teachable mome…
 
It’s times like these that scream out for us to discuss with our students what’s going on in the world around us. Are we prepared to teach at this most critical teachable moment? Follow on Twitter: @eduflak @bamradionetwork Patrick Riccards is chief communications and strategy officer for the Woodrow Wilson National Fellowship Foundation. He is als…
 
Education technology can be both an asset and a liability in the same classroom. In this segment, we ask teachers how they determine when to use education technology and when to pass. Irina V. McGrath, Ph.D. is a District Instructional Coach and Google Certified Trainer in Jefferson County Public School (JCPS), KY. She is also a co-director of the …
 
What is white privilege? Why do two white male educators think it’s an important subject for all educators? Brandi L. Bates is an international, best-selling author, entrepreneur, and mentor from Los Angeles, California; educated at Phillips Exeter Academy, Spelman College, Meredith College, University of Southern California and The Master’s Colleg…
 
Discover why physical activity should be a priority for schools principals, teachers, parents and students. Our guests explain why active schools are smarter schools and how to introduce more activity into your programs. @ActiveSchoolsUS @efranksnaesp @NAESP @bamradionetwork Charlene Burgeson is Executive Director of Active Schools, a national move…
 
Whether we call it feedback or constructive criticism opening ourselves to receive good and bad reviews is tough. Our guest explains how to make the most of an effective feedback loop. Jennifer Gonzalez is editor-in-chief of the Cult of Pedagogy website, where she shares resources and inspiration to help teachers work happier and more effectively. …
 
Our guest supports the notion that the environment is the third teacher. What does this mean? How and what does the environment teach? Follow on Twitter: @coolcatteacher @djakes @bamradionetwork David Jakes spent three decades in education as a teacher, administrator, technologist, and designer. After working with The Third Teacher+, a leading lear…
 
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