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The Level Up Learning Podcast is designed for teachers and aims to explain, dispel, or clear up misconceptions about Curriculum & Instruction, Climate & Culture, and Leadership in Educational Policy, Planning, and Reform.

Latest Episodes

The Cure for the Common PD: How to Hold an EdCamp

Want to hold a PD that’s entirely participant-driven, relevant, and potentially life-changing? Kate and Dave explore the EdCamp model, including the basics of how to hold an EdCamp, tips and strategies, and provide you with resources for holding your first EdCamp. EdCamp Hampton Roads website: bit.ly/EdCampHREdCamp foundation: http://www.edcamp.org/

19 MIN2016 MAR 23
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The Cure for the Common PD: How to Hold an EdCamp

Get Smart With More Art!

Kate and Dave talk to Kelly Dee, music teacher specialist, about ways that every teacher can incorporate more arts into their classroom, both to help motivate students and increase student achievement. Baker, M. (2007). “Music moves brain to pay attention, Stanford study finds.” Stanford Medicine: News Center. Retrieved from https://med.stanford.edu/news/all-news/2007/07/music-moves-brain-to-pay-attention-stanford-study-finds.html Marzano, R.J. (2007). The Art and science of teaching. Alexandra, VA: ASCD. Music:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KK23BhEQVyU

12 MIN2016 MAR 16
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Get Smart With More Art!

No Child Left Behind vs. Every Student Succeeds Act: What do we need to know?

Whether you loved or hated NCLB, certain changes are coming as we move into teaching and learning under the Every Students Succeeds Act. Kate and Dave summarize the two acts and outline what’s different, and what’s going to stay the same. A must-listen for all educators and parents. Korte, G. (2015). “The Every Student Succeeds Act vs. No Child Left Behind: What’s changed?” USA Today. Retrieved from http://www.usatoday.com/story/news/politics/2015/12/10/every-student-succeeds-act-vs-no-child-left-behind-whats-changed/77088780/ “Every Student Succeeds Act: Comparison of the No Child Left Behind Act to the Every Student Succeeds Act.” (2015). ASCD. Retrieved from http://www.ascd.org/ASCD/pdf/siteASCD/policy/ESEA_ComparisonChart_FINAL.pdf

11 MIN2016 MAR 12
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No Child Left Behind vs. Every Student Succeeds Act: What do we need to know?

Latest Episodes

The Cure for the Common PD: How to Hold an EdCamp

Want to hold a PD that’s entirely participant-driven, relevant, and potentially life-changing? Kate and Dave explore the EdCamp model, including the basics of how to hold an EdCamp, tips and strategies, and provide you with resources for holding your first EdCamp. EdCamp Hampton Roads website: bit.ly/EdCampHREdCamp foundation: http://www.edcamp.org/

19 MIN2016 MAR 23
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The Cure for the Common PD: How to Hold an EdCamp

Get Smart With More Art!

Kate and Dave talk to Kelly Dee, music teacher specialist, about ways that every teacher can incorporate more arts into their classroom, both to help motivate students and increase student achievement. Baker, M. (2007). “Music moves brain to pay attention, Stanford study finds.” Stanford Medicine: News Center. Retrieved from https://med.stanford.edu/news/all-news/2007/07/music-moves-brain-to-pay-attention-stanford-study-finds.html Marzano, R.J. (2007). The Art and science of teaching. Alexandra, VA: ASCD. Music:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KK23BhEQVyU

12 MIN2016 MAR 16
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Get Smart With More Art!

No Child Left Behind vs. Every Student Succeeds Act: What do we need to know?

Whether you loved or hated NCLB, certain changes are coming as we move into teaching and learning under the Every Students Succeeds Act. Kate and Dave summarize the two acts and outline what’s different, and what’s going to stay the same. A must-listen for all educators and parents. Korte, G. (2015). “The Every Student Succeeds Act vs. No Child Left Behind: What’s changed?” USA Today. Retrieved from http://www.usatoday.com/story/news/politics/2015/12/10/every-student-succeeds-act-vs-no-child-left-behind-whats-changed/77088780/ “Every Student Succeeds Act: Comparison of the No Child Left Behind Act to the Every Student Succeeds Act.” (2015). ASCD. Retrieved from http://www.ascd.org/ASCD/pdf/siteASCD/policy/ESEA_ComparisonChart_FINAL.pdf

11 MIN2016 MAR 12
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No Child Left Behind vs. Every Student Succeeds Act: What do we need to know?

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