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Wondering how to create a classroom culture where students don't want to stop exploring mathematics when the bell rings? Kyle Pearce from TapIntoTeenMinds.com and Jon Orr from MrOrr-IsAGeek.com team up to uncover how we can Make Math Moments That Matter for every student in the math classroom from Kindergarten through Grade 12. Discover how you can build easy to plan and fun to deliver math lessons that kids will not only love, but also learn from using the Making Math Moments That Matter 3- ...
 
Mit SUMMA – Der Podcast wollen wir zeigen, wie Mathematik unser Leben bestimmt und dass Rechnen Spaß machen kann. Mathematik ist überall – und Rechnen ist neben Lesen und Schreiben eine der wichtigsten Fähigkeiten, die wir erlernen. Die Welt der Zahlen, Mathematik, Finanzbildung, Rechnen … das sind die Themen, zu denen wir unter dem Motto „Wir rechnen mit …“ regelmäßig spannende Gäste zum Interview einladen. Sie alle haben einen Bezug zur Mathematik – aber nicht immer so wie man es erwartet …
 
Learn for free with Lanier Technical College Adult Education podcasts. If you are a legal resident aged 16 or older in the state of Georgia, you can register and take free classes with us: basic literacy, English as a Second Language, HiSET or GED test preparation, and planning for college and career. https://www.laniertech.edu/adult-education/
 
Savvy, practical insights on where our Education Establishment went wrong and how most schools can be improved. LET'S FIX EDUCATION explains the many dysfunctional theories and methods operating within our schools. This podcast is intended for parents, teachers, and community leaders who want education reform. Each week, LET'S FIX EDUCATION examines another problem in our public schools, such as: Constructivism. Learning styles. Sight-words. No memorization. Cooperative learning. Prior knowl ...
 
Where we get to the core of parent questions about education and learning! Featuring Dr. Megan Allen, NBCT, the owner/operator of The Community Classroom tutoring center. Each Tuesday the podcast will tackle a different parent or caregiver question about education and learning by those who know best: teachers!
 
READ, the Research Education ADvocacy Podcast, connects you with prominent researchers, thought leaders, and educators who share their work, insights, and expertise about current research and best practices in fields of education and child development. It is produced by The Windward School and The Windward Institute. Learn more at www.thewindwardschool.org and www.thewindwardschool.org/wi. Visit READ's home at www.readpodcast.org
 
This podcast is produced by front line education workers to provide a forum for the voice of all those concerned with affirming the human right to education. The show will delve into all aspects of education and the working lives of those who provide it and those who rely upon it for their future.
 
Alix Robertson and Phil Yeeles of The Centre for Education and Youth (along with their expert guests) explore developments in education and youth research and policy. There is a particular focus on how research can affect teachers, educational leaders and policy makers as well as others with a wider interest in improving outcomes for all of our young people. This is a UK based show.
 
How can online homeschooling, online classes, or afterschooling fit into your lifestyle? What are the best online classes or online curriculum for your family's homeschool or school supplement? Is it possible for online school to be engaging and 'not boring'? If you've ever found yourself asking these questions about online homeschooling, you are in the right place! The Online School Mom podcast was designed to explore all things related to online homeschooling and afterschooling. We can hel ...
 
"Education News Parents Can Use" is a monthly TV show of the U.S. Department of Education. The program focuses on schools, learning and the implementation of federal education regulations and law, including the No Child Left Behind Act of 2001. Its purpose is to offer parents information about getting involved in children's learning. Cable in the Classroom is pleased to provide these broadcasts in podcast (audio-only format), suitable for listening to on your computer or portable MP3 player.
 
The coronavirus and COVID-19 diagnoses in the United States have quickly changed our lives in many ways. While health and public safety are top priority, many of us are concerned about our personal finances, and how we will take care of ourselves and our families. Some of us have lost jobs. Some of us have had our hours drastically reduced. Some of us do not have child care so we cannot go to work. Some of us are ill or caring for someone who is ill. Some of us have seen the value of our inv ...
 
This monthly podcast focuses on P-20 education pathways with a focus on research and leadership that promotes educational equity, justice, and excellence for all students. This podcast is a product of the Office of Community College Research and Leadership or OCCRL at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. Learn more about OCCRL at occrl.illinois.edu.
 
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Lesson 1, Math. Learn about Polynomial Expressions. See below for a quick outline. 11:35 Simplifying Expressions 16:06 Parentheses 18:16 Order of Operations - PEMDAS 30:26 Practice Problems Q1 - 7 31:15 Simplifying Expressions Q8 – 10 Click this link for a blank log sheet: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1X0snKKWwFwAuJ0tltGTlrduPKi3BbcveKiH6CvzZ…
 
All READers are invited to take a journey in mathematics with Penn State professor and The WI faculty member, Paul Riccomini, PhD. Dr. Riccomini and Danielle discuss the language of math with the underlying principle – if kids don’t understand the language of instruction, they’re not going to be able to learn to their potential. Dr. Riccomini expla…
 
Episode 23: American Business—and Everyone Else—Needs Better Schools (Dec. 1, 2021) Our public schools are sickly from top to bottom. America is dragged down by this infirmity. Media don't help; indeed they lie to a less-and-less informed public and that's a big danger. Remember the four years when the media described how Trump was working with the…
 
There are a lot of great instructional routines out there, and today we want to highlight As Close as it Gets. In this episode Pam and Kim discuss how to use this instructional routine in your classroom and how it can help your students get mathematizing! Talking Points A routine to help students learn to estimate Common pitfalls Where to find help…
 
In this episode, we’ll unpack the real flipped classroom, how to transform a typical lesson into an engaging problem based math lesson. We’ll share how to slowly emerge shortcuts instead of giving them upfront and finally we’ll chat about what to do if students aren’t engaging with the problem based lesson we’ve just transformed! You’ll learn: How …
 
In this episode we catch up with Peter Miller, a Canadian living and teaching in western China. Peter has been teaching at a private international school in China since the outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic and has provided regular insights into what conditions are like where he is living and teaching and how he and…
 
Episode 22: The Ugly Truth About K-12 (Nov. 24, 2021) Our top educators have blabbed almost continuously for a century about all the wonderful reforms they wanted to implement. At bottom, what did they all add up to? Dumbing down, deliberately and continuously. That's the ugly truth. As a practical matter, everyone has to confront the massive amoun…
 
Are your students dumb or smart? Fast or slow? Or are they just your students? In this episode, Pam and Kim discuss labels, and how damaging they can be. They propose a new way to think about your students so that everyone has the opportunity to learn and love math. Talking Points: The problem with labels What do we believe about learning? We have …
 
In this episode, Joanie and Curtis continue their conversation with Robert Ahdoot, founder of Yay! Math. We continue the conversation from Episode 9, digging into how teachers can address students’ math anxiety. We discuss the idea that teaching could be considered a service profession, and how that perspective can support teachers in building trus…
 
Math Talks, Number Talks, Minilessons, Warm-ups… What are these routines? Is there a difference? If so, what are those differences? In this episode, we’ll unpack what we believe the true elements of a Math Talk are and how you can leverage the power of an effective Math Talk in your classroom to start your next math lesson! You’ll learn: What is a …
 
Have you ever dreamed of retiring early? Or wondered what your life would be like if you didn’t have to work a 9 to 5? An increasing number of people are redefining what retirement means for them. In this episode of Protecting Your Finances, Karen Boothe from Engage Forward is chatting with Heather Culp and Kim Edwards about the FIRE (Financial Ind…
 
Lesson 8, Social Studies: Economics. Learn about the specific aspects of the U.S. economy, including how the government interacts with the economy and how the U.S. economy compares with the economies of other nations. Click this link for a blank log sheet: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1X0snKKWwFwAuJ0tltGTlrduPKi3BbcveKiH6CvzZskc/edit?usp=shar…
 
Lesson 7, Social Studies. US History: Western Expansion. Learn about the period in U.S. History known as the Western Expansion, the important people involved, the ideology behind it, and the results and consequences. Click this link for a blank log sheet: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1X0snKKWwFwAuJ0tltGTlrduPKi3BbcveKiH6CvzZskc/edit?usp=shari…
 
Lesson 6, Social Studies. US History: The American Revolution. Learn about the historical events of the American Revolution, the important figures in the movement, important battles, and the lasting effects on the new nation. Click this link for a blank log sheet: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1X0snKKWwFwAuJ0tltGTlrduPKi3BbcveKiH6CvzZskc/edit?…
 
Laura Henry-Allain In this episode of Diversifying Reading with Shareen Wilkinson, Shareen talks to Laura Henry-Allain MBE about the Lit in Colour research and diversifying children’s publishing, why we need to talk to children about race in school and at home, and how to be anti-racist. Laura Henry-Allain MBE is an award-winning international writ…
 
Episode 21: A Quick Guide to the Reading Wars (Nov. 17, 2021) Reading is the single most important skill. But our public schools insist on teaching it wrong. This is well-known because ed professors have done a lot of research over the last hundred years. Everyone should get involved in winning this debate. If you want children to read, teach them …
 
This is part 1 of a 2 part interview with Charline Grant, co-founder of Parents of Black Children, an advocacy group in Ontario. We spoke with Grant in August shortly after the group held a car rally at the Ontario legislature about the group’s demands and the experience of Black parents and children in the…
 
What can we do as parents to help our child's literacy development? We all want to help our children become better readers, but we know better than forcing flashcards on a one-year-old or making a 10-year-old read a list of 200 books. So what can we do—and what are we already doing—that helps a child's literacy development? Sarah Frenette is a vete…
 
You've probably heard us mention that you should know your content and know your kids, but there's a lot of meaning behind that. In this episode Pam and Kim go in deep on how knowing your content and your kids might look different then traditional teaching. Talking Points We need to know more than our standards Why we need to take the long view How…
 
In this episode of the Making Math Moments That Matter Podcast, we chat with Steve Leinwand and Eric Milou about strategies to create an Invigorating High School Math program. Steve served as Mathematics Supervisor in the Connecticut Department of Education for 22 years and is a former president of the National Council of Supervisors of Mathematics…
 
This episode is dedicated to assisting the younger generation to learn about Canada’s participation in the war in Afghanistan and to the memory of all those who were killed and sacrificed as part of the U.S. led war on terror. It is our view that the best way to honour soldiers and others who diedKirjoittanut Education is a Right
 
Episode 20: Reflections on the Ultimate Goal of K-12 Education (Nov. 10, 2021) The purpose of this podcast is to tell you gently that our public schools are deformed by two kinds of educational malpractice. Children are intentionally dumbed down by pedagogical nonsense. Additionally, and here we have an assist from Ayn Rand, children are kept infan…
 
We did it! We made it to episode 73! Why is that an important milestone? Just cause it's Kim's favorite number :-). In this episode Pam and Kim take the opportunity to highlight some important milestones in the Math is Figure-Out-Able movement. We're so grateful you're a part of it!Kirjoittanut Pam Harris
 
Ever wonder about independent, private, or charter school options? We have too, and we got our questions answered by an educator who knows them as both a parent and an administrator. We'll talk to Kim Evelti Polin, the Director of Curriculum at The Williston Northampton School, and we'll tease back the layers around school choice. Kim will share wi…
 
In this episode you’ll hear Ryan Kinzler, a 8th grade teacher from Pittsburg discuss his concerns over blending his traditional curriculum resources (such as the textbook) with high impact strategies and problem based lessons. In this discussion Ryan realizes how to feel confident with the choices he makes in the classroom and how small moves will …
 
On episode 251, Alexis Avila speaks to academic life coach Camille Roney, founder of The Learning Mom, a website that empowers women to start loving their lives, purposefully connect with their children, and cherish their pursuit of education.Kirjoittanut Alexis Avila
 
Daniel Fenwick In this episode of Diversifying Reading with Shareen Wilkinson, Shareen talks to Deputy Headteacher Daniel Fenwick about his involvement with Penguin and The Runnymede Trust’s Lit in Colour initiative and the steps that his school have taken to teach a wider range of texts. Daniel Fenwick is the Deputy Head and English Coordinator at…
 
Episode 19: Big Lies in K-12 (Nov. 3, 2021) Public school are full of dishonesty and deception. Parents have to deal with this. First, understand what's going on. Second, take steps to work around the problem. Here's the background. The Education Establishment has concocted many ways of undermining K-12 education, typically by lying about what is p…
 
Facilitating a Problem String is tricky business, so Pam and Kim take the time in this episode to provide some do's and don'ts that anyone can learn from. Talking Points Use purposefully crafted Problem Strings Purposefully choose who shares The importance of modeling students' thinking It's not about learning the steps…
 
Math joy may seem like an oxymoron but trust us. It's so important for our children! In this episode, we'll get to the core of math joy by exploring math play, learning how we can integrate it into our family life at home. We'll talk to Jay Bright Shovar, a Mount Holyoke College alumna, a veteran educator from Alberta, Canada, and a Community Class…
 
In this episode we interview Nelson CEO Steve Brown. Nelson’s public relations firm Talk Shop Media reached out to us to suggest an interview with Brown about his views on the future of hybrid education in Canada. In this interview, Brown discusses Nelson’s new platform Edwin and the role of educators within it. It provides…
 
Lesson 5, Social Studies. US History: The Civil Rights Era. Learn about the historical events of the Civil Rights Era, the important figures in the movement, and how the movement affected other movements for equality. Click this link for a blank log sheet: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1X0snKKWwFwAuJ0tltGTlrduPKi3BbcveKiH6CvzZskc/edit?usp=shar…
 
Today on the podcast Jon & Kyle dig into Crafting a Hero’s Journey: The Power of Storytelling in Math Class including why teaching math should be more like telling a story, what elements will help you craft a lesson that plays out like a story to spark curiosity in your students, how to get kids hooked in just like your favourite movies and books, …
 
Lesson 4, Social Studies: The Civil War. This podcast will provide an overview of the American Civil War. Click this link for a blank log sheet: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1X0snKKWwFwAuJ0tltGTlrduPKi3BbcveKiH6CvzZskc/edit?usp=sharing or this link for a continuously updated log sheet of current podcasts: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1H…
 
Lesson 3, Social Studies: Colonialism. Learn the reasons behind European colonialism, and its effect on the people and lands where it occurred. Click this link for a blank log sheet: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1X0snKKWwFwAuJ0tltGTlrduPKi3BbcveKiH6CvzZskc/edit?usp=sharing or this link for a continuously updated log sheet of current podcasts:…
 
Episode 18: Why Liberal Arts Education is Good for Everyone (Oct. 27, 2021) Why have American public schools gotten dumber and dumber over the last hundred years? Simple. Because the schools have systematically driven out the most important ingredient: knowledge. And the importance of knowledge is not knowing lots of miscellaneous facts, it's being…
 
What makes Problem Strings different from other sequences of problems? In this episode Pam and Kim get into the nitty gritty on how Problem Strings work and what sets them apart. Defining Problem Strings How to recognize a Problem String How are Problem Strings facilitated? Find examples of Problem Strings (including video!) at https://www.mathisfi…
 
What do our kids need to know before they start Kindergarten? And should we worry if they don't know the alphabet or their letters yet? These are some of the questions we'll tackle today with our guest, early childhood educator Danielle Goua. Dani is a teacher in DC Public Schools who has worked with prekindergarten, Head Start, Kindergarten, and f…
 
Joanie and Curtis host their first guest on this episode of Room to Grow. Robert Ahdoot taught high school math and found his strength in connecting with and engaging students, leveraging his enthusiasm and creativity to build strong relationships with students. He found that his humor, compassion, and excitement for mathematics content helped stud…
 
„Wir rechnen mit…“ Josef Naber & Johannes MensingJeder kann Mathe! Nach diesem Motto richten die beiden Gründer Josef Naber und Johannes Mensing ihre Nachhilfeplattform MatheMind aus. Die beiden Gründer sind gerade mal 22 Jahre alt, studieren Mathematik und Sozialwissenschaften im Master an der Westfälischen Wilhelms-Universität Münster und wollen …
 
On the podcast today we speak with Chrissy Allison. Chrissy is a former middle school math teacher and instructional coach who’s spent the past 7 years supporting school administrators and their coaches to improve teaching and learning through professional learning and instructional coaching. She’s the host of The Mindful Math Podcast, and she work…
 
In this episode of The Youth and Education Podcast, Vanessa Joshua speaks to CfEY's founder and former CEO Loic Menzies about his latest research in partnership with Third Space Learning, 'A Space for Maths', which looks at the impact of falling behind in maths and how tutoring can help.Kirjoittanut The Centre for Education and Youth
 
In this first episode of Diversifying Reading with Shareen Wilkinson, Shareen talks to Darren Chetty about his involvement with Penguin and The Runnymede Trust’s Lit in Colour initiative. They talk about why it’s important for all children to have access to a representative range of books, as well as ideas to support parents. Darren Chetty is a Lec…
 
Episode 17: Who Can Control The Control Freaks? (Oct. 20, '21) What is the real flaw in progressive education? What is the secret sin? Mainly, progressives act as if they are trying to create the best schools possible. That's a con. They're trying to create schools that will produce the socialist dreams they have. RELEVANT ARTICLE: Normal healthy p…
 
Problem Strings are meant to build off each other so that the math is always moving forward. That's why we've decided to build off the last episode with another Problem String! In this episode Pam and Kim find the equation for some lines intuitively and develop powerful strategies for more sophisticated thinking. Talking Points: Problem Strings are…
 
What exactly is fluency and why should we care as parents? You may have seen it in an elementary school report card or heard about it in a parent-teacher conference, but what does it mean for reading at home? These are some of the questions we'll tackle today with our guest, veteran educator Christina Webster. Christina Webster is a veteran educato…
 
This podcast episode is in Portuguese. If you do not speak Portuguese, you may skip ahead to the next episode. Listen to Ivoni's story about her experience in the ESL program in Forsyth County. For more details about our English Language or High School Equivalency preparation classes, please visit https://www.laniertech.edu/adult-education Este epi…
 
We’re bringing back two wonderful and hilariously entertaining educators who are passionate about helping parents navigate math education. Hilary Kresiberg and Matthew Beyranevand have co authored a new book for teachers called Partnering With Parents. Stick around and learn how to help parents deal with math anxiety so they can assist their childr…
 
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