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EdChoice Chats is the EdChoice team’s official podcast. EdChoice is a nonprofit, nonpartisan organization dedicated to advancing educational choice as the best pathway to successful lives and a stronger society. We believe families, not bureaucrats, are best equipped to make K-12 schooling decisions for their children. Our team works at the state level to educate diverse audiences, train advocates and engage policymakers on the benefits of high-quality school choice programs. Listen in to st ...
 
In the complex world of education, the Harvard EdCast keeps the focus simple: what makes a difference for learners, educators, parents, and our communities. The EdCast is a weekly podcast about the ideas that shape education, from early learning through college and career. We talk to teachers, researchers, policymakers, and leaders of schools and systems in the US and around the world — looking for positive approaches to the challenges and inequities in education. Through authentic conversat ...
 
Once a week Highlights and amplifications from the Twitter discussion of the week on #EdChat. Hosted By Tom Whitby and Nancy Blair and members of the EdChat team of moderators including MaryBeth Hertz, Kyle Pace, Jerry Blumengarten, Jerry Swiatek, Steven Anderson, Shelly Terrell, and Bernadeth Wall in the UK.
 
Richard of Gearly is our guest to talk about knives. Gearly is the biggest and the best online knife retailer and one of our favorite stores. A knife is one of the most important tools you could carry both everyday and in a survival situation. Do you know how to pick the right knife for the need? Originally broadcast live Jan 15th, 2020. https://gearly.org/best-horizontal-carry-knives/ : The biggest and the best. https://gearly.org/ - Follow us on Facebook. Let us know your thoughts and topi ...
 
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Introducing the new podcast Pivot Out Loud -- stories of education and life in a year of disruption. In this episode, Harvard EdCast host Jill Anderson recounts what it's like staying and working from home with a young child. She shares the struggle of trying to balance her child's academics and play along with working full-time. Listen to more epi…
 
Danielle Shockey, CEO of Girl Scouts of Central Indiana, hops on the podcast to talk about the teacher talent pipeline and challenges we face in light of the pandemic. Shockey formally worked as the deputy superintendent of public instruction for the Indiana Department of Education and as a school principal.For more information, visit www.edchoice.…
 
Educator's have always benefitted from self-care, and in today's challenging times, it is especially important. Harvard Lecturer Jackie Zeller discusses the what it means to practice self-care and how it can benefit more than just the educator. Zeller, a licensed psychologist, will be teaching a new course this spring at the Harvard Graduate School…
 
Unlike previous years of our Schooling in America survey project, our researchers released multiple sets of results in a chart-focused format. This report focuses on the second wave of questions we asked about public opinion on K-12 education during the COVID pandemic. Listen to the authors discuss the most interesting findings from the report.For …
 
Educational sociologist Anindya Kundu recognized that students need more than grit to succeed in school. He studies the role of student agency, and how focusing on student potential can lead to growth and success in life, especially for students from disadvantaged backgrounds. In this episode of the Harvard EdCast, Kundu, a Senior Fellow of Researc…
 
How does the world solve complex problems like climate change? One answer may be to teach science in more complex and personal ways. Through the research project, Learning in Places, Professors Megan Bang and Carrie Tzou are developing innovative and equitable field-based science lessons. In this episode of the EdCast, Bang and Tsou share ways to m…
 
In this episode, Kristi Nelson, the executive director of a Network for Grateful Living, discusses why some people have an easier time finding gratitude than others, the role of education in being grateful, and how to implement strategies and education in order to cultivate more grateful living.Oleh Jill Anderson, Kristi Nelson
 
This week we talk about the different ways we manage unscheduled time off from school. Join us for a discussion on snow days, digital days, and mental health days. Is there a better way? Follow on Twitter: @MsSackstein @tomwhitby @sgthomas1973 @HarveyAlvy1 @ShiftParadigm @jonHarper70bd @bamradionetwork @bamradionetwork Starr Sackstein (NBCT) is a c…
 
This week we take a deep dive into chronic absenteeism in the current climate. We explore what’s working to mitigate the problem and what’s simply isn’t. Follow on Twitter: @daniellemancin @MsSackstein @tomwhitby @sgthomas1973 @ShiftParadigm @jonHarper70bd @bamradionetwork Ed Chat Archive: http://edchat.pbworks.com/ Danielle Mancinelli is currently…
 
Remote learning is creating wide disparities in the progress of students at all grade levels. Will the pandemic-driven disruption to education be the catalyst to move us away from the practice of grouping students by age? Follow on Twitter: @bradyvenables @MsSackstein @tomwhitby @sgthomas1973 @HarveyAlvy1 @ShiftParadigm @jonHarper70bd @bamradionetw…
 
This week we asked teachers to share what they wished school leaders understood about leading teachers. Both teachers and school leaders shared their thoughts. Follow on Twitter: @daniellemancine @MsSackstein @tomwhitby @sgthomas1973 @HarveyAlvy1 @ShiftParadigm @jonHarper70bd @bamradionetwork Ed Chat Archive: http://edchat.pbworks.com Danielle Manc…
 
How much has college teaching really changed in 150 years? Not very much, according to Jonathan Zimmerman, an education historian and professor at the University of Pennsylvania. In his latest book, The Amateur Hour, Zimmerman traces the history of undergraduate teaching practices in the United States and how it has yet to reach a level of professi…
 
America seems more divided than ever. Paula McAvoy, an assistant professor at North Carolina State University, has long focused her work on helping educators teach young people how to live together in this world. Educators can use the recent presidential election as a tool. In this episode of the EdCast, McAvoy discusses how to make the most of you…
 
Education research is often disconnected from the reality of practitioners in the field. Carrie Conaway, a senior lecturer at Harvard and an expert on how to apply education research in practice, gets into the details of how to bridge the gap between education research and practice. In this episode, she discusses the way education leaders can use e…
 
We don't often hear about the 15% of students who attend rural schools. It seems this population is often left out of national conversations about the impact of COVID on education. Mara Tieken, an associate professor at Bates College, is an expert on rural schools and has been helping many rural school districts cope throughout the pandemic. In thi…
 
Keri Rodrigues and Sarah Raybon hop on the podcast to discuss their experiences with homeschooling during the pandemic, views on micro-schooling and more.Keri is the president of the National Parents Union out of Massachusetts, and Sarah serves as executive director of the Arizona School Tuition Organization Association.For more information, visit …
 
The gap between women and men in school leadership is stark in parts of the country. What’s behind the gap and how does the gender imbalance impact our schools? Follow on Twitter: @dubioseducator @MsSackstein @tomwhitby @sgthomas1973 @HarveyAlvy1 @ShiftParadigm @jonHarper70bd @bamradionetwork Ed Chat Archive: http://edchat.pbworks.com\ Faige Meller…
 
Bias in recording and teaching history is typical and routine in virtually every country. Today, the accepted history of America is facing new challenges. In this episode, we discuss the meaning and intent of the newly proposed patriotic education and explore how to teach the history of America when the vision of America is so divided. Follow on Tw…
 
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