87: Principal On A Skateboard – Michael Earnshaw chats with us about getting back the real you, the importance of modeling what you expect from others, and why he doesn’t care about test scores.

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The Principal on a Skateboard, Michael Earnshaw, chats with us about getting back the real you, the importance of modeling what you expect from others, and why he doesn’t care about test scores. Michale shares why we need to get out of our comfort  zones, how you can use “speed dating” with your staff, and why if you know in … Read More

86: Let Them Own It – Maryanne Cullinan and Ellen Kidd chat about giving students ownership, the power of building community, and why we sometimes need to get out of the way.

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Our dynamic duo, Maryanne Cullinan and Ellen Kidd, chat about giving students ownership, the power of building community, and why we sometimes need to get out of the way. Ellen and Maryanne share how we can work to give kids the capacity to solve their own problems, why we need to build relationships to help others take risks, and the … Read More

7/18/19 – Cross-Curricular Lessons – Scott Nunes (@MrNunesTeach)

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#Mastery Chat Questions for Thursday, July 18th, 2019 Topic: Cross-Curricular Lessons Moderator: Scott Nunes (@MrNunesTeach) Questions (8:00 ET) Intro/Welcome: Welcome to #Masterychat! Introduce yourself to the group and, just for fun, tell us your favorite memory so far from this summer. (8:05 ET) Q1. Tonight’s chat is all about learning that crosses boundaries – in the curriculum! How would you … Read More

85: Change Their Mood – Jeremy Rinkel chats with us about being student focused and allowing student creativity to grow, and why we sometimes need to do whatever it takes to “change their mood.”

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 High school English teacher, Jeremy Rinkel, chats with us about being student focused and allowing student creativity to grow, and why we sometimes need to do whatever it takes to “change their mood.” Jeremy shares the power of sharing what you’re doing in your classroom, his return to focusing on relationships, and why reflection is so important. Episode Highlights … Read More