teaching - Steve Barkley

Podcast: Tapping Teaching’s Satisfaction

“What to do when the magic is missing?” is the question that Foley Burckardt, a learning coordinator at the University of Chicago, explores in this podcast. How can coaches assist […]

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Podcast: An Open System Approach to Teaching

Authors, Landon Mascareñaz and Doannie Tran share insights from their work with creating open systems for change that can have implications for being open in our classroom environments. They explore […]

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Podcast: Valuing and Enjoying Coaching Within the Complexity of Teaching

The complexity of teaching and learning provides for great educator learning and satisfaction. Coaches assist educators in the conversations, reflection and conscious practice that are key to continuous teacher learning […]

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Changing Questions When Planning For Learning (Part 2)

In the previous blog, I described how a post written by JoAnna Haugen, the founder of Rooted, an organization with a focus on sustainable travel-related initiatives, led me to think […]

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Changing Questions When Planning For Learning (Part 1)

I follow a blog written by JoAnna Haugen, the founder of Rooted. Rooted’s mission is to responsibly document, support, celebrate, and share sustainable travel-related initiatives that prioritize local communities and […]

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Encouraging Teaching With Big Concepts

Two recent podcast conversations connected on the need to teach with big concepts. Both educators caused me to reflect back on this diagram from Grades K-12 Rebound: A Playbook For […]

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