Believing in Possibilities (Sticky Standards Special Edition)

2014: Appreciation and Heartfelt THANX! As 2014 ends, it is with deep appreciation that I say THANX to the many educators who participated in our Sticky Standards podcasts.  I have learned from each and every one of you!  A pure JOY.  Also, THANX to those of you who have encouraged me to believe in the...

The Teacher is a Learner! A Conversation with Nancy Bolz (Sticky Standards #29)

http://traffic.libsyn.com/remarkablechatter/SS_29.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadThe Teacher is a Learner! A Conversation with Nancy Bolz Our guest is Nancy Bolz.  Nancy is  Director of Kansas and Oklahoma AdvanceEd.   She comes to our conversation as a former teacher, assistant principal, school...

Principals Bring the Standards TO LIFE in a Building! A Conversation with Frederick Brown (Sticky Standards #28)

http://traffic.libsyn.com/remarkablechatter/ss_28.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadPrincipals Bring the Standards TO LIFE in a Building! A Conversation with Frederick Brown Our guest is Frederick Brown.  Fred is the Deputy Executive Director with Learning Forward.   He comes to this conversation as...

Learning Designs: Moving from Knowing to Doing – Looking at Student Work, A Conversation with Julie Blaine (Sticky Standards #27)

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DATA – How Do We KNOW Professional Learning is Changing Practice Inside Classrooms? A Conversation with René Islas (Sticky Standards #26)

http://traffic.libsyn.com/remarkablechatter/ss_26.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadDATA – How Do We KNOW Professional Learning is Changing Practice Inside Classrooms? A Conversation with René Islas Our guest is René Islas.  René is the Director of the Center for Results at Learning Forward and...

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