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Making School a Kinder Place…

Jeff Kubiak is out to make school a nicer, kinder place.  An elementary teacher-turned-principal, Jeff didn’t just struggle in school – he hated the place.  One teacher turned him around…and he’s still thanking her. What a pleasure this podcast guest is! He believes that school (and the world) can be changed by “random drops of kindness.”  Jeff has written a children’s book, aptly called, One Drop of Kindness. But hey, we can create a storm of kindness, right?

Podcast:  https://myedexpert.com/category/podcasts/  His Twitter: @JeffreyKubiak
His book on Amazon: https://amzn.to/2UFzFHL
Jeff’s bio:  https://myedexpert.com/vendor/aquakube/

STEM expert Ann Kaiser just posted “Assessment Guide for Engineering Design Projects.” In a learning situation in which critical thinking & collaboration are being honed, as well as the curriculum, assessment brings challenges. This valued resource supports educators’ work in navigating assessment in a PBL/active learning world. https://myedexpert.com/vendor/akaiser/

New from language education expert Beth Skelton:  A lesson planning tool for language development in content lessons.  She’s also got a link there for examples…

Got kids with gaps? New 5-minute video overview on acceleration, a tactical approach that gives ALL students a fresh start in school today! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mPM4zobMZHM
Note: Our new YouTube channel can also be accessed on home page of site: https://myedexpert.com

Concerned about the stress levels of educators…evidenced by the fact that this resource is still flying off the digital shelves. Dan Tricarico‘/Zen Teacher’s stress activity sheets.

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Ep 44 – Making School a Nicer Place

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