Oct 27, 2019
Classroom observations can be dog-and-pony shows and used as weapons... or they could be meaningful and provide an opportunity for dialogue and growth. An Illinois Superintendent decided to take home every formal observation and read them. Insane? Genius? Both? He wrote a book about it...and a damn good one at...
Oct 18, 2019
Have you heard of HyperDocs? Heard of it but have no idea how to use or where to start? Take a listen to see if it's for your lessons or staff meetings.
Book: on Amazon.
Follow the authors: @lhighfill @KellyiHilton @SarahLandis
Oct 14, 2019
The book "Different Schools for a Different World" should be a staple on every educator's desk.
The book is available on Amazon.
Follow the authors: @mcleod & @shareski
Follow me: @Jay_Eitner
Oct 4, 2019
This book, a lightening rod of controversy, was published in 1969. Authors Neil Postman and a Charles Weingarten leave no stone unturned and don’t sugarcoat when it comes to learning for today’s times. All of what was written in 1969 applies to 2019.
Oct 4, 2019
This episode focuses on one of the most important pieces of the education puzzle — parents. The book (published by Corwin and available on Amazon) delves into the types of parents a teacher may come across and strategies do continue to move onward in the school year.
Follow @corwin and @Jay_EItner for book details.