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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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Education Table Talk Episode

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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Education Table Talk Episode

Making Friends and Influencing Customers: Marketing to pK-12 in 2016   pK-12 schools are beginning to recover from a fiscal famine yet with very different tastes in the educational resources they plan to purchase. Now we have the Common Core State Standards (CCSS) in Math and ELA as well as

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Education Table Talk Episode

June 2015, Instructional Snowflakes Differentiating Your Product Under Common Core  Constraints need not lead to conformity. We all learn that no two snowflakes are alike and yet the properties that dictate how liquid water crystalizes are the same for each. The Common Core are a set of standards that leave room

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Education Table Talk Episode

April 2014, Science Education: The Next Generation What does it take to implement a science standard at a national level? National scale standards in the US level have been controversial and the science standards are no different. The Next Generation Science Standards (NGSS) have taken an inventive approach to describe and

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Education Table Talk Episode

March 2014, Putting the ‘Person’ in Personalized Our education system is a one size fits some environment. What happens as we move towards personalized learning and what opportunities are available for educators, administrators, students and parents? Personalized learning has been constructed around our traditional beliefs of what it means to

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Education Table Talk Episode

November 2013, Early Childhood Education Are we doing the best we can to prepare all children to realize their potential? The age from four to five is arguably one of the most important times for children. ETT will address the diverse facets of early childhood and how the education community is

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Education Table Talk Episode

October 2014— Ready or Not? Host Michael Jay and his guests discuss Ready or Not? Are we preparing our teachers for the students of yesterday, today or tomorrow? Ed Table Talk featured information on upcoming conferences, and the donations made on behalf of our guests to Donor’s Choose projects! In addition,

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