Episode #118: Unlocking the True Potential in Kids with Dr. Daniel Fried

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Episode #118: Unlocking the True Potential in Kids with Dr. Daniel Fried

 Dr. Daniel Fried is Assistant Professor in Chemistry at Saint Peters University, has developed new methods and content for chemistry education in K-12 that incorporates pedagogies from Daniel’s background in music and art. It’s very visual, tactile, and kids learn the concepts in a way that mirrors how students learn musical instruments. What or who inspired you to focus … Read More

Ten Books About Mental Health for Your Classroom

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TL;DR: Talking about mental health is important all year beyond Mental Health Awareness Month in May. Hearing people share their own voice about their personal experiences may be hard to find but there are sources out there. In this post, you will discover 10 books about mental health for your classroom. Consider content warnings and avoiding tropes and stereotypes. Consider … Read More

EP59: Do Comic Books Count as Reading?

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In Episode 59, Chey and Pav talk about Comic books – and how important they can potentially be in our reading programs! Chey and Pav welcome Dr. Frank Rudnesky, Educator and Disruptor from Southern New Jersey for their 3 Enlightened Minutes Segment. Check out Frank in all the following spaces: Twitter: @DrFrankRud Web: https://inspire-leadership.com/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/DrFrankRud Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/drfrankrud/?hl=en ———————————————————– The … Read More

Bringing Tough Topics into the Classroom

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TL;DR: Bringing tough topics into the classroom is necessary for our students. Strategies for bringing tough topics in your classroom. I want to start by saying this: I am not the expert on tough topics in the classroom. But I have listened to many experts, those voices who have done the work, and found ways to grow myself. I bring … Read More