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What if everybody understood child development? What if all education policies were made with that understanding in mind? What if all education questions were approached from the perspective of the student? What if schools and the school day were planned with the needs of students in mind? What if all programs, projects, problems, and edtech solutions were truly student-centric? Tune in to Studentcentricity and get strategies for teaching with students at the center of the learning process.

Latest Episodes

Preparing Young Children for the Future

Our guest believes that good intentions are inappropriately skewing our thinking about preparing young kids for learning. Follow: @bamradionetwork @SuzanneBouffard @raepica1 #edchat #edreform #ece #earlyed #AskingWhatIf Suzanne Bouffard is a writer, developmental psychologist, and author of The Most Important Year: Pre-Kindergarten and the Future of Our Children. You can find her articles at suzannebouffard.com or follow her on Twitter

10 min2018 JUN 24
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Preparing Young Children for the Future

How Your Emotions and Moods Impact Students in Your Classroom

Our emotions impact our connections with the students in our classrooms. What do we need to know to manage our feelings and moods well? Follow: @bamradionetwork @hollyelissabrun @raepica1 #edchat #edreform #ece #earlyed #AskingWhatIf Holly Elissa Bruno, MA, JD, award-winning and best-selling author specializing in emotionally intelligent leadership and preventing legal risks, is an international keynote speaker. iTunes ranked her radio program, Heart to Heart Conversations on Leadership: Your Guide to Making a Difference in its top 200 k-12 podcasts.

10 min2018 JUN 10
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How Your Emotions and Moods Impact Students in Your Classroom

Rehearsing for Death: Shifting to Safety Drills That Do No Harm

Putting young students in a closet, locking the doors, and pulling down the shades. We call these safety drills. Young students can be traumatized by these exercises. Is there a better way? Amanda Nickerson is an associate professor and director of the Alberti Center for Bullying Abuse Prevention at the University at Buffalo, the State University of New York. She has written 4 books and over 65 journal articles. Launa Hall is a classroom teacher and a writer. She writes on early childhood education topics and teaches in a Title I elementary school in northern Virginia. Lesley Koplow is a clinical social worker, teacher and author who lives in New York City. She is the founding Director of Emotionally Responsive Practice at Bank Street College, founder of Networks for Schools That Heal and a psychotherapist in private practice.

11 min2018 MAY 27
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Rehearsing for Death: Shifting to Safety Drills That Do No Harm

R-E-S-P-E-C-T: How to Cultivate Mutual Respect in Your Classroom

The coarseness of the world has invaded our classrooms. How can we cultivate respect between students and for teachers? Follow: @bamradionetwork @raepica1 #edchat #edreform #ece #earlyed #AskingWhatIf Karen Stephens, MS in Education is Director Emeritus of Illinois State University Child Care Center after serving since 1976. She previously taught child development and early childhood program management for the ISU Family and Consumer Sciences Department. She is author of the textbook Child Care Today: Becoming an Early Childhood Professional. Nancy Flanagan is a retired teacher, with 31 years as a K-12 Music specialist in the Hartland, Michigan schools. She is co-founder of the Network of Michigan Educators.

11 min2018 MAY 13
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R-E-S-P-E-C-T: How to Cultivate Mutual Respect in Your Classroom

Makerspaces in Early Childhood: Something Old, Something New

Makerspaces are the rage in early childhood classrooms. Join us for a walk through the what, why, and how of makerspaces. Follow: @bamradionetwork @raepica1 @cateheroman #edchat #edreform #ece #earlyed #AskingWhatIf Cate Heroman is an early childhood consultant and author of numerous publications including NAEYC’s best seller Making and Tinkering with STEM: Solving Design Challenges with Young Children. Cate is currently Board Chair of Knock Knock Children’s Museum in Baton Rouge, Louisiana and has a keen interest in maker education in both schools and in informal settings.

10 min2018 APR 29
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Makerspaces in Early Childhood: Something Old, Something New

Teaching Students Inclusion and Anti-Bias: What Works

We can never fully understand people with identities different from our own. So how do we go about teaching inclusion and anti-bias effectively? Follow: @bamradionetwork @raepica1 @Moniquemarsh68 #edchat #edreform #ece #earlyed #AskingWhatIf Monique Marshall, a 28-year veteran educator, is currently a 5th grade teacher in an independent school in Los Angeles, and a committed diversity, equity and social inclusion educator and consultant. She offers workshops to school communities interested in understanding what best practice Multicultural Curriculum can look like in elementary school classrooms.

10 min2018 APR 7
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Teaching Students Inclusion and Anti-Bias: What Works

Pillow Fights, Wrestling, and Piling On, Good for Kids?

Join us as we take a second look at rough and tumble play. Our guests explain why "physical processing" is important to child development. Follow: @bamradionetwork @raepica1 @Teach_Preschool #edchat #edreform #ece #earlyed #AskingWhatIf Mike Huber is the author of Embracing Rough and Tumble Play: Teaching with the Body in Mind and co-host of the podcast Teaching with the Body in Mind. Deborah J. Stewart, M.Ed., with over 20 years experience in the field of early childhood education as a teacher, director, curriculum writer, and music director. Her preschool is called “The Children’s Studio” located in a small town in Indiana. She also blogs at Teach Preschool.

10 min2018 MAR 25
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Pillow Fights, Wrestling, and Piling On, Good for Kids?

Learning How to Include Movement in Classroom Instruction

Many teachers were never taught how to include movement in their instruction. Join us as we talk about proven ways to bring movement into your classroom. Follow: @bamradionetwork @raepica1 @MovingSmartNow #edchat #edreform #ece #earlyed #AskingWhatIf Gill Connell is based in Christchurch, New Zealand, founder of MOVING SMART Ltd., Gill is a globally recognized child development expert, specializing in the foundations of learning through movement and play. She is co-author of the popular publication A Moving Child Is a Learning Child, curriculum Move Play and Learn With Smart Steps and best-selling book Moving to Learn in Australia and NZ.

11 min2018 MAR 13
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Learning How to Include Movement in Classroom Instruction

Gender Stereotypes: Is This Really a Problem?

Our guests tell us that we have a gender crisis that demands our attention. Tune in to learn where the problem begins, why it matters, and what our guests suggest we need to do about it. Follow: @bamradionetwork @raepica1 @ChristiaBrown @JasonFlom @Myers_Berkowicz #edchat #edreform #ece #earlyed #AskingWhatIf Christia Spears Brown, Ph.D., author of Parenting Beyond Pink and Blue: How to Raise Your Kids Free of Gender Stereotypes, is a Professor of Developmental Psychology at the University of Kentucky. Her research focuses on the impact of gender stereotypes on children and teens. Jill Berkowicz Ed.D. co-authored The STEM Shift with Ann Myers, Ed.D. Both write the blog Leadership360 for Education Week. Jason Flom is director of Cornerstone Learning Community in Tallahassee, Florida, a whole child school he cofounded with other educators and serves as a faculty member with ASCD’s Professional Learning Services.

11 min2018 FEB 24
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Gender Stereotypes: Is This Really a Problem?

Finding the Best in Your Students, Even When...

Our guest shares with us how to find, see and speak the best of your students, even when their behaviors might not justify it. Follow: @bamradionetwork @raepica1 @lemonlimeadv NotJustCute #edchat #edreform #ece #earlyed #AskingWhatIf Dayna Abraham is the mother to three totally awesome superkids who inspire her every day to be the best grownup sidekick they could ask for. When she’s not helping her kids conquer the world, she keeps busy by blogging at lemonlimeadventures.com, writing books like Sensory Processing 101, STEAM Kids. Amanda Morgan, MS, has nearly 20 years of experience teaching children, parents, and teachers in a variety of environments. With degrees focused on early childhood education and child development, she currently writes at the blog, Not Just Cute.

11 min2018 FEB 9
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Finding the Best in Your Students, Even When...

Latest Episodes

Preparing Young Children for the Future

Our guest believes that good intentions are inappropriately skewing our thinking about preparing young kids for learning. Follow: @bamradionetwork @SuzanneBouffard @raepica1 #edchat #edreform #ece #earlyed #AskingWhatIf Suzanne Bouffard is a writer, developmental psychologist, and author of The Most Important Year: Pre-Kindergarten and the Future of Our Children. You can find her articles at suzannebouffard.com or follow her on Twitter

10 min2018 JUN 24
Comments
Preparing Young Children for the Future

How Your Emotions and Moods Impact Students in Your Classroom

Our emotions impact our connections with the students in our classrooms. What do we need to know to manage our feelings and moods well? Follow: @bamradionetwork @hollyelissabrun @raepica1 #edchat #edreform #ece #earlyed #AskingWhatIf Holly Elissa Bruno, MA, JD, award-winning and best-selling author specializing in emotionally intelligent leadership and preventing legal risks, is an international keynote speaker. iTunes ranked her radio program, Heart to Heart Conversations on Leadership: Your Guide to Making a Difference in its top 200 k-12 podcasts.

10 min2018 JUN 10
Comments
How Your Emotions and Moods Impact Students in Your Classroom

Rehearsing for Death: Shifting to Safety Drills That Do No Harm

Putting young students in a closet, locking the doors, and pulling down the shades. We call these safety drills. Young students can be traumatized by these exercises. Is there a better way? Amanda Nickerson is an associate professor and director of the Alberti Center for Bullying Abuse Prevention at the University at Buffalo, the State University of New York. She has written 4 books and over 65 journal articles. Launa Hall is a classroom teacher and a writer. She writes on early childhood education topics and teaches in a Title I elementary school in northern Virginia. Lesley Koplow is a clinical social worker, teacher and author who lives in New York City. She is the founding Director of Emotionally Responsive Practice at Bank Street College, founder of Networks for Schools That Heal and a psychotherapist in private practice.

11 min2018 MAY 27
Comments
Rehearsing for Death: Shifting to Safety Drills That Do No Harm

R-E-S-P-E-C-T: How to Cultivate Mutual Respect in Your Classroom

The coarseness of the world has invaded our classrooms. How can we cultivate respect between students and for teachers? Follow: @bamradionetwork @raepica1 #edchat #edreform #ece #earlyed #AskingWhatIf Karen Stephens, MS in Education is Director Emeritus of Illinois State University Child Care Center after serving since 1976. She previously taught child development and early childhood program management for the ISU Family and Consumer Sciences Department. She is author of the textbook Child Care Today: Becoming an Early Childhood Professional. Nancy Flanagan is a retired teacher, with 31 years as a K-12 Music specialist in the Hartland, Michigan schools. She is co-founder of the Network of Michigan Educators.

11 min2018 MAY 13
Comments
R-E-S-P-E-C-T: How to Cultivate Mutual Respect in Your Classroom

Makerspaces in Early Childhood: Something Old, Something New

Makerspaces are the rage in early childhood classrooms. Join us for a walk through the what, why, and how of makerspaces. Follow: @bamradionetwork @raepica1 @cateheroman #edchat #edreform #ece #earlyed #AskingWhatIf Cate Heroman is an early childhood consultant and author of numerous publications including NAEYC’s best seller Making and Tinkering with STEM: Solving Design Challenges with Young Children. Cate is currently Board Chair of Knock Knock Children’s Museum in Baton Rouge, Louisiana and has a keen interest in maker education in both schools and in informal settings.

10 min2018 APR 29
Comments
Makerspaces in Early Childhood: Something Old, Something New

Teaching Students Inclusion and Anti-Bias: What Works

We can never fully understand people with identities different from our own. So how do we go about teaching inclusion and anti-bias effectively? Follow: @bamradionetwork @raepica1 @Moniquemarsh68 #edchat #edreform #ece #earlyed #AskingWhatIf Monique Marshall, a 28-year veteran educator, is currently a 5th grade teacher in an independent school in Los Angeles, and a committed diversity, equity and social inclusion educator and consultant. She offers workshops to school communities interested in understanding what best practice Multicultural Curriculum can look like in elementary school classrooms.

10 min2018 APR 7
Comments
Teaching Students Inclusion and Anti-Bias: What Works

Pillow Fights, Wrestling, and Piling On, Good for Kids?

Join us as we take a second look at rough and tumble play. Our guests explain why "physical processing" is important to child development. Follow: @bamradionetwork @raepica1 @Teach_Preschool #edchat #edreform #ece #earlyed #AskingWhatIf Mike Huber is the author of Embracing Rough and Tumble Play: Teaching with the Body in Mind and co-host of the podcast Teaching with the Body in Mind. Deborah J. Stewart, M.Ed., with over 20 years experience in the field of early childhood education as a teacher, director, curriculum writer, and music director. Her preschool is called “The Children’s Studio” located in a small town in Indiana. She also blogs at Teach Preschool.

10 min2018 MAR 25
Comments
Pillow Fights, Wrestling, and Piling On, Good for Kids?

Learning How to Include Movement in Classroom Instruction

Many teachers were never taught how to include movement in their instruction. Join us as we talk about proven ways to bring movement into your classroom. Follow: @bamradionetwork @raepica1 @MovingSmartNow #edchat #edreform #ece #earlyed #AskingWhatIf Gill Connell is based in Christchurch, New Zealand, founder of MOVING SMART Ltd., Gill is a globally recognized child development expert, specializing in the foundations of learning through movement and play. She is co-author of the popular publication A Moving Child Is a Learning Child, curriculum Move Play and Learn With Smart Steps and best-selling book Moving to Learn in Australia and NZ.

11 min2018 MAR 13
Comments
Learning How to Include Movement in Classroom Instruction

Gender Stereotypes: Is This Really a Problem?

Our guests tell us that we have a gender crisis that demands our attention. Tune in to learn where the problem begins, why it matters, and what our guests suggest we need to do about it. Follow: @bamradionetwork @raepica1 @ChristiaBrown @JasonFlom @Myers_Berkowicz #edchat #edreform #ece #earlyed #AskingWhatIf Christia Spears Brown, Ph.D., author of Parenting Beyond Pink and Blue: How to Raise Your Kids Free of Gender Stereotypes, is a Professor of Developmental Psychology at the University of Kentucky. Her research focuses on the impact of gender stereotypes on children and teens. Jill Berkowicz Ed.D. co-authored The STEM Shift with Ann Myers, Ed.D. Both write the blog Leadership360 for Education Week. Jason Flom is director of Cornerstone Learning Community in Tallahassee, Florida, a whole child school he cofounded with other educators and serves as a faculty member with ASCD’s Professional Learning Services.

11 min2018 FEB 24
Comments
Gender Stereotypes: Is This Really a Problem?

Finding the Best in Your Students, Even When...

Our guest shares with us how to find, see and speak the best of your students, even when their behaviors might not justify it. Follow: @bamradionetwork @raepica1 @lemonlimeadv NotJustCute #edchat #edreform #ece #earlyed #AskingWhatIf Dayna Abraham is the mother to three totally awesome superkids who inspire her every day to be the best grownup sidekick they could ask for. When she’s not helping her kids conquer the world, she keeps busy by blogging at lemonlimeadventures.com, writing books like Sensory Processing 101, STEAM Kids. Amanda Morgan, MS, has nearly 20 years of experience teaching children, parents, and teachers in a variety of environments. With degrees focused on early childhood education and child development, she currently writes at the blog, Not Just Cute.

11 min2018 FEB 9
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Finding the Best in Your Students, Even When...
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