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Join Dr. Bob Bravo as he talks about K-12 instruction with teachers, principals, and educational leaders. Recorded especially for the educators of South and Southeast Los Angeles, but with appeal for educators everywhere. Follow Dr. Bravo @robertbravo.

Latest Episodes

Elizabeth Pittman - Dallasite Amongst the Kiwis

Elizabeth Pittman, a chemistry teacher at Spruce High School, was driving in her car and listening to NPR when she heard a story about a restorative discipline pilot program being implemented in New Zealand public schools. Pittman was intrigued by the story on the pilot program, which rethinks how teachers and administrators discipline students. She ended up applying and receiving a Fulbright Distinguished Teacher Award to travel to New Zealand to study the pilot program in person. In today’s episode of Ed Talk with Dr. Bob Bravo, Pittman talks with the Dallas ISD Chief of School Leadership about the process of applying for a Fulbright, why she is interested in learning about restorative discipline in New Zealand, and what she hopes to bring back to Dallas ISD from the experience.

18 MIN2015 DEC 10
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Elizabeth Pittman - Dallasite Amongst the Kiwis

Chief of Police, Craig Miller - Working With Dallas ISD Police

With 130 officers and 220 employees, the Dallas ISD Police Department is among the largest of all police departments in the state. In this episode of Ed Talk with Dr. Bob Bravo, a podcast hosted by the Dallas ISD Chief of School Leadership, Dallas ISD Police Chief Craig Miller discusses the benefits of the school district having its own police department. Miller also tells Bravo about when it’s appropriate for a teacher or school administrator to call the Dallas ISD police department, how a teacher can work to deescalate instead of escalate a situation, and how students misusing cell phones is the biggest issue the police department faces.

28 MIN2015 DEC 3
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Chief of Police, Craig Miller - Working With Dallas ISD Police

Dr. Janice Lombardi and Lisa Curry - Putting a Ribbon on Top, A Blue Ribbon

Two Dallas ISD schools—Trinidad “Trini” Garza Early College High School at Mountain View College and Harry Stone Montessori and IB World School—were named National Blue Ribbon schools in September. Curious what is it like to lead or work at a Blue Ribbon School? Or what sets a Blue Ribbon School apart from other schools? This episode of Ed Talk with Dr. Bob Bravo, a podcast hosted by the Dallas ISD Chief of School Leadership, talks with Trini Garza Principal Dr. Janice Lombardi and Lisa Curry, who served as principal last year of Harry Stone, to learn the answers to these questions and more. The conversation also offers advice for a Dallas ISD principal or teacher who is interested in striving for Blue Ribbon status at their school.

23 MIN2015 NOV 19
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Dr. Janice Lombardi and Lisa Curry - Putting a Ribbon on Top, A Blue Ribbon

Irma De La Guardia - Bilingual Teacher of the Year

In today’s episode of Ed Talk with Dr. Bob Bravo, Dr. Bravo picks the brain of Irma De La Guardia, the 2014 Bilingual Education Teacher of the Year who this year transitioned into a role as Assistant Principal at Cabell Elementary. In the episode, De La Guardia talks about her effort as a teacher to take advantage of every instructional minute and what inspired her to move out of the classroom to become an Assistant Principal. She also offers helpful tips for newer teachers, as well as advice for more veteran teachers who may be considering a transition into school administration, and discusses the professional development opportunities she has pursued to continue to improve her craft.

18 MIN2015 NOV 12
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Irma De La Guardia - Bilingual Teacher of the Year

Joe Miniscalco - It's All About Leadership

In this episode of Ed Talk with Dr. Bob Bravo, listeners can learn more about the leadership development opportunities in Dallas ISD. Dr. Bravo, Dallas ISD Chief of School Leadership,talks with Joe Miniscalco, Executive Director of the Dallas ISD Leadership Academies, about the district’s efforts to develop the leadership skills of administrators and interested teachers. The discussion also goes into a new speaker series that brings policy makers and national education leaders to talk with Dallas ISD staff.

23 MIN2015 NOV 5
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Joe Miniscalco - It's All About Leadership

School Leadership - Lesson Objectives and Demostrations of Learning

In this episode of Ed Talk with Bob Bravo, Dr. Bravo, Dallas ISD Chief of School Leadership,speaks with Brian Lusk, the Executive Director of the H. Grady Spruce High School feeder pattern, and John Quincy Adams Elementary Principal Nancy Bernardino. The conversation explains how Learning Objectives (LOs) aim to focus a class on what a teacher wants students to learn in a lesson, while Demonstrations of Learning (DOLs) help teachers check if students understand the lesson. The podcast also talks about how a teacher can determine if they have written an appropriate LO and DOL and explains the resources available for teachers who want further guidance on the topic of LO and DOLs.

31 MIN2015 OCT 29
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School Leadership - Lesson Objectives and Demostrations of Learning

Volunteer and Partnership Services : All Hands on Deck

Today’s episode of Ed Talk with Dr. Bob Bravo talks about how Dallas ISD schools can form partnerships with the community and involve volunteers with school activities. Dr. Robert Bravo, the Dallas ISD Chief of School Leadership, talks with Tom Hayden and Imelda Alcala of the Dallas ISD Volunteer and Partnership Services department about the benefits of volunteering with the district. The discussion also goes through what steps a school needs to take to get connected with helpful volunteers.

15 MIN2015 OCT 15
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Volunteer and Partnership Services : All Hands on Deck

Truancy and Discipline - The Right Side of the Rules

Student discipline and truancy are the topics of today’s episode of Ed Talk with Dr. Bob Bravo. Dr. Robert Bravo, Dallas ISD Chief of School Leadership, talks with Martha Hawkins, supervisor of attendance improvement and truancy reduction, and Dr. C.A. Williams, director of the Office of Student Discipline and Truancy, about the changes in truancy law that went into effect this school year. The conversation also provides tips for teachers for what they can do to keep their students on the right sides of the rules.

28 MIN2015 OCT 9
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Truancy and Discipline - The Right Side of the Rules

Irasema Coy - Checkmate

From teaching concentration and respect to endurance and strategy, chess brings many proven benefits besides the simply joy of checkmating an opponent. Today’s episode of Ed Talk with Dr. Bob Bravo focuses on the game that first appeared around A.D. 600. In the podcast episode, Dr. Robert Bravo, Dallas ISD Chief of School Leadership, talks with Irasema Coy, a fourth-grade teacher at Runyon Elementary who led the school’s chess club, and a parent liaison at Runyon who helped with the club. The conversation touches on the benefits of starting a chess club at a Dallas ISD school and how chess is much more than a game. Bravo recommends any Dallas ISD teachers interested in starting a chess club, or a teacher who already has started a chess club, to contact him at rbravo@dallasisd.org to help build a districtwide chess network.

22 MIN2015 OCT 7
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Irasema Coy - Checkmate

Personalized Learning Team - Education : Just got Personal

Personalized learning—the subject of today’s episode of Ed Talk with Dr. Bob Bravo—aims to help students reach their fullest potential by tapping into their strengths, needs and interests. But what does a personalized learning classroom look like? And what are the benefits of personalized learning? In the podcast episode, Ashley Bryan, Dallas ISD Director of Planning and Special Projects, Julie Robinson, an instructional coach at Cabell Elementary, and Kristen Watkins, a manager of personalized learning, talk with Dr. Robert Bravo, Dallas ISD Chief of School Leadership, about how personalized learning works. The discussion also touches on how a teacher can bring personalized learning to their classroom and their school.

21 MIN2015 SEP 24
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Personalized Learning Team - Education : Just got Personal

Latest Episodes

Elizabeth Pittman - Dallasite Amongst the Kiwis

Elizabeth Pittman, a chemistry teacher at Spruce High School, was driving in her car and listening to NPR when she heard a story about a restorative discipline pilot program being implemented in New Zealand public schools. Pittman was intrigued by the story on the pilot program, which rethinks how teachers and administrators discipline students. She ended up applying and receiving a Fulbright Distinguished Teacher Award to travel to New Zealand to study the pilot program in person. In today’s episode of Ed Talk with Dr. Bob Bravo, Pittman talks with the Dallas ISD Chief of School Leadership about the process of applying for a Fulbright, why she is interested in learning about restorative discipline in New Zealand, and what she hopes to bring back to Dallas ISD from the experience.

18 MIN2015 DEC 10
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Elizabeth Pittman - Dallasite Amongst the Kiwis

Chief of Police, Craig Miller - Working With Dallas ISD Police

With 130 officers and 220 employees, the Dallas ISD Police Department is among the largest of all police departments in the state. In this episode of Ed Talk with Dr. Bob Bravo, a podcast hosted by the Dallas ISD Chief of School Leadership, Dallas ISD Police Chief Craig Miller discusses the benefits of the school district having its own police department. Miller also tells Bravo about when it’s appropriate for a teacher or school administrator to call the Dallas ISD police department, how a teacher can work to deescalate instead of escalate a situation, and how students misusing cell phones is the biggest issue the police department faces.

28 MIN2015 DEC 3
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Chief of Police, Craig Miller - Working With Dallas ISD Police

Dr. Janice Lombardi and Lisa Curry - Putting a Ribbon on Top, A Blue Ribbon

Two Dallas ISD schools—Trinidad “Trini” Garza Early College High School at Mountain View College and Harry Stone Montessori and IB World School—were named National Blue Ribbon schools in September. Curious what is it like to lead or work at a Blue Ribbon School? Or what sets a Blue Ribbon School apart from other schools? This episode of Ed Talk with Dr. Bob Bravo, a podcast hosted by the Dallas ISD Chief of School Leadership, talks with Trini Garza Principal Dr. Janice Lombardi and Lisa Curry, who served as principal last year of Harry Stone, to learn the answers to these questions and more. The conversation also offers advice for a Dallas ISD principal or teacher who is interested in striving for Blue Ribbon status at their school.

23 MIN2015 NOV 19
Comments
Dr. Janice Lombardi and Lisa Curry - Putting a Ribbon on Top, A Blue Ribbon

Irma De La Guardia - Bilingual Teacher of the Year

In today’s episode of Ed Talk with Dr. Bob Bravo, Dr. Bravo picks the brain of Irma De La Guardia, the 2014 Bilingual Education Teacher of the Year who this year transitioned into a role as Assistant Principal at Cabell Elementary. In the episode, De La Guardia talks about her effort as a teacher to take advantage of every instructional minute and what inspired her to move out of the classroom to become an Assistant Principal. She also offers helpful tips for newer teachers, as well as advice for more veteran teachers who may be considering a transition into school administration, and discusses the professional development opportunities she has pursued to continue to improve her craft.

18 MIN2015 NOV 12
Comments
Irma De La Guardia - Bilingual Teacher of the Year

Joe Miniscalco - It's All About Leadership

In this episode of Ed Talk with Dr. Bob Bravo, listeners can learn more about the leadership development opportunities in Dallas ISD. Dr. Bravo, Dallas ISD Chief of School Leadership,talks with Joe Miniscalco, Executive Director of the Dallas ISD Leadership Academies, about the district’s efforts to develop the leadership skills of administrators and interested teachers. The discussion also goes into a new speaker series that brings policy makers and national education leaders to talk with Dallas ISD staff.

23 MIN2015 NOV 5
Comments
Joe Miniscalco - It's All About Leadership

School Leadership - Lesson Objectives and Demostrations of Learning

In this episode of Ed Talk with Bob Bravo, Dr. Bravo, Dallas ISD Chief of School Leadership,speaks with Brian Lusk, the Executive Director of the H. Grady Spruce High School feeder pattern, and John Quincy Adams Elementary Principal Nancy Bernardino. The conversation explains how Learning Objectives (LOs) aim to focus a class on what a teacher wants students to learn in a lesson, while Demonstrations of Learning (DOLs) help teachers check if students understand the lesson. The podcast also talks about how a teacher can determine if they have written an appropriate LO and DOL and explains the resources available for teachers who want further guidance on the topic of LO and DOLs.

31 MIN2015 OCT 29
Comments
School Leadership - Lesson Objectives and Demostrations of Learning

Volunteer and Partnership Services : All Hands on Deck

Today’s episode of Ed Talk with Dr. Bob Bravo talks about how Dallas ISD schools can form partnerships with the community and involve volunteers with school activities. Dr. Robert Bravo, the Dallas ISD Chief of School Leadership, talks with Tom Hayden and Imelda Alcala of the Dallas ISD Volunteer and Partnership Services department about the benefits of volunteering with the district. The discussion also goes through what steps a school needs to take to get connected with helpful volunteers.

15 MIN2015 OCT 15
Comments
Volunteer and Partnership Services : All Hands on Deck

Truancy and Discipline - The Right Side of the Rules

Student discipline and truancy are the topics of today’s episode of Ed Talk with Dr. Bob Bravo. Dr. Robert Bravo, Dallas ISD Chief of School Leadership, talks with Martha Hawkins, supervisor of attendance improvement and truancy reduction, and Dr. C.A. Williams, director of the Office of Student Discipline and Truancy, about the changes in truancy law that went into effect this school year. The conversation also provides tips for teachers for what they can do to keep their students on the right sides of the rules.

28 MIN2015 OCT 9
Comments
Truancy and Discipline - The Right Side of the Rules

Irasema Coy - Checkmate

From teaching concentration and respect to endurance and strategy, chess brings many proven benefits besides the simply joy of checkmating an opponent. Today’s episode of Ed Talk with Dr. Bob Bravo focuses on the game that first appeared around A.D. 600. In the podcast episode, Dr. Robert Bravo, Dallas ISD Chief of School Leadership, talks with Irasema Coy, a fourth-grade teacher at Runyon Elementary who led the school’s chess club, and a parent liaison at Runyon who helped with the club. The conversation touches on the benefits of starting a chess club at a Dallas ISD school and how chess is much more than a game. Bravo recommends any Dallas ISD teachers interested in starting a chess club, or a teacher who already has started a chess club, to contact him at rbravo@dallasisd.org to help build a districtwide chess network.

22 MIN2015 OCT 7
Comments
Irasema Coy - Checkmate

Personalized Learning Team - Education : Just got Personal

Personalized learning—the subject of today’s episode of Ed Talk with Dr. Bob Bravo—aims to help students reach their fullest potential by tapping into their strengths, needs and interests. But what does a personalized learning classroom look like? And what are the benefits of personalized learning? In the podcast episode, Ashley Bryan, Dallas ISD Director of Planning and Special Projects, Julie Robinson, an instructional coach at Cabell Elementary, and Kristen Watkins, a manager of personalized learning, talk with Dr. Robert Bravo, Dallas ISD Chief of School Leadership, about how personalized learning works. The discussion also touches on how a teacher can bring personalized learning to their classroom and their school.

21 MIN2015 SEP 24
Comments
Personalized Learning Team - Education : Just got Personal
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