Michelle Carter, Program Manager for SHAPE America (Society of Health and Physical Educators) discusses the importance of recess in the context of elementary education.
A teacher's perception of how involved a parent is can predict the future success of a student. Dr. Keith Herman of the University of Missouri discusses the research he is performing.
This episode features Alicia Maciel, Executive Director of The Prentice School, a private K-8 school specializing in support for students with learning disorders. The Prentice School is located in North Tustin, California (714) 538-4511.
Author Terry Lloyd Winetsky discusses his new book, Belegana Belezana - An Outsider's Quest in the Navajo Nation. This is the 4th in his American Teachers Series. More information can be found at http://www.americanteachers.info
Professor of Education at Rice University in Houston, Texas, Linda McSpadden McNeil discusses the appointment of Betsy DeVos as Secretary of Education, and it's potential impact on the future of public education. You can read her blog at -
A high school teacher in Cedar Springs, MI, Dave Stuart, Jr. discusses the need for life balance to be effective in the classroom.
A discussion with Dr. Francis Huang, Asst. Professor of Educational, School and Counseling Psychology at the University of Missouri regarding his recent research related to ehanced alphabet recognition resulting from preschool experience.
Veteran teacher, Dr. Douglas Haddad, discusses his upcoming book, The Ultimate Guide to Raising Teens and Tweens.
Dr. Howard Stevenson of the University of Pennsylvania Graduate School of Education discusses hate speech in our schools.
Neal Spears, Executive Director of PowerMyLearning for the greater Los Angeles and Bay areas, discusses the role of this non-profit in the nation and in the community.
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