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Education Table Talk Episode

My product received an award… How can I milk it for all its worth? Aired July 28th @ 11amPT, 2016 on Blog Talk Radio  “And the award goes to…” then you hear your product and company name called. Your friends pat you on the back and your competitors look on

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Past Shows

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Addressing the needs of every learner: A look at developing Born Accessible Aired March 22nd, 2016  A considerable amount of time has been spent by publishers on developing educational resources that address different learning styles, making sure that the needs of every child is met. Without pointing fingers, the core

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As easy as Eh, B, C: A look at pK-12 Education in Canada A look at pK-12 Education in Canada. Aired February 23rd, 2016  The US and Canada are two countries divided by much more than a common border. Despite what many in the US believe, Canada is not only

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Passing Judgement: How Your Instructional Assets are Being Reviewed. Hosted by Bridget Foster Aired December 15th, 2015  While many educators use teaching materials they find and adapt there is still an important role for thoughtful evaluation and review of resources, particularly those that will receive the blessing of a governing

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Open Says Me: The Business Proposition of Open Licensing    Open used to be simply the opposite of closed, however, in the digital age that is no longer exactly true. Many people think that when it comes to software and instructional materials, open means free. Well, it is not that

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