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Latest Episodes

Episode 53: The 3×3 Method for Reading In Depth

If there’s anything you must, must, must read in depth, it’s the directions. And yet, too many students are skimming them, the same way they skim their reading assignments. Join Adam and Dinur as we talk about why students do this, and outline a new method to read in depth. Click Here to Download This […]

19 MIN2 d ago
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Episode 53: The 3×3 Method for Reading In Depth

Episode 52: How To Do Things Right Without Being Stressed

Students probably want to do their work low-stress and correctly. But that means you’ve got to take speed out of the equation. Join Dinur and Adam as we talk about how to get things done without a lot of stress! Click Here to Download This Episode’s Transcript! Show Notes Episode 7: The Trade-Off Episode 13: […]

31 MIN1 w ago
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Episode 52: How To Do Things Right Without Being Stressed

Episode 51: Ungrading – Different Ways to Assess Student Work

Too many times teachers default to the A – F letter grade scheme, or a 10-point percentage breakdown, and don’t really realize there are other ways to assess and grade our students’ work. Join Adam and Dinur as we talk about some ways to grade that don’t involve grades. Click Here to Download This Episode’s […]

42 MIN2 w ago
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Episode 51: Ungrading – Different Ways to Assess Student Work

Episode 50: When Life Throws a Curveball

Even the most organized person can get hit by one of life’s curveballs. How do you roll with the punches when this happens? Join Adam and Dinur as we discuss how to handle it when your plans go completely awry! Click Here to Download this Episode’s Transcript! Show Notes No show notes this episode

27 MIN3 w ago
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Episode 50: When Life Throws a Curveball

Episode 49: Avoiding Perfectionism, or Getting Good With “Good Enough”

Many of today’s students were raised in the combined environment of high-stakes standardized testing, the self-esteem movement, and helicopter parenting. In this episode, Adam and Dinur go over what we know about how this environment produced perfectionism, and a few ways to get good with “good enough.” Click Here to Download This Episode’s Transcript! Show […]

51 MINJAN 27
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Episode 49: Avoiding Perfectionism, or Getting Good With “Good Enough”

Episode 48: Grades and Self-Worth

Our society repeatedly sends the message: “The better your grades, the more worthy you are.” But is that really true? In this episode, Dinur and Adam dig into grades and self-worth, and how to disconnect them from each other. Click Here to Download This Episode’s Transcript! Show Notes How Being Gifted and Talented Affects Our […]

49 MINJAN 20
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Episode 48: Grades and Self-Worth

Episode 47: How to Talk to Professors About Your Grades

Talking to professors about your grade can help you get some perspective on them. However, there are good and bad ways to go about this. Join Dinur and Adam as we outline what to avoid and what to do when you need to talk to your professor about your grades. Click Here to Download This […]

46 MINJAN 13
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Episode 47: How to Talk to Professors About Your Grades

Episode 46: When Non-Academic Problems Need Non-Academic Help

What should students and professors do when a student has non-academic problems that interfere with their academic progress? Join Adam and Dinur as we discuss different problems that may come up and how to help students handle them! Click Here to Download This Episode’s Transcript! Show Notes Brené Brown, Rising Strong (on Amazon) Harriet Lerner, […]

26 MINJAN 6
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Episode 46: When Non-Academic Problems Need Non-Academic Help

Episode 45: Group Work – and Free Riders

One of the reasons students don’t like group work is because, inevitably, there will be a student in their group who does no work and avoids every meeting – and still gets the same grade as the rest of the group. We call this a “free rider” in group studies. How can we, as teachers, […]

31 MIN2019 DEC 30
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Episode 45: Group Work – and Free Riders

Episode 44: How to Take Written Tests (Essay, Short Answer, and Fill-In-The-Blank)

In this episode, Dinur and Adam go over how to prepare for and take written exams, including short-answer, fill-in-the-blank, and the dreaded essay. Join us for tips, tricks, and strategies to handle these exams like a test-taking pro! Click Here to Download This Episode’s Transcript! Show Notes Episode 20- An Interview With Gretchen Wegner Episode […]

28 MIN2019 DEC 23
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Episode 44: How to Take Written Tests (Essay, Short Answer, and Fill-In-The-Blank)

Latest Episodes

Episode 53: The 3×3 Method for Reading In Depth

If there’s anything you must, must, must read in depth, it’s the directions. And yet, too many students are skimming them, the same way they skim their reading assignments. Join Adam and Dinur as we talk about why students do this, and outline a new method to read in depth. Click Here to Download This […]

19 MIN2 d ago
Comments
Episode 53: The 3×3 Method for Reading In Depth

Episode 52: How To Do Things Right Without Being Stressed

Students probably want to do their work low-stress and correctly. But that means you’ve got to take speed out of the equation. Join Dinur and Adam as we talk about how to get things done without a lot of stress! Click Here to Download This Episode’s Transcript! Show Notes Episode 7: The Trade-Off Episode 13: […]

31 MIN1 w ago
Comments
Episode 52: How To Do Things Right Without Being Stressed

Episode 51: Ungrading – Different Ways to Assess Student Work

Too many times teachers default to the A – F letter grade scheme, or a 10-point percentage breakdown, and don’t really realize there are other ways to assess and grade our students’ work. Join Adam and Dinur as we talk about some ways to grade that don’t involve grades. Click Here to Download This Episode’s […]

42 MIN2 w ago
Comments
Episode 51: Ungrading – Different Ways to Assess Student Work

Episode 50: When Life Throws a Curveball

Even the most organized person can get hit by one of life’s curveballs. How do you roll with the punches when this happens? Join Adam and Dinur as we discuss how to handle it when your plans go completely awry! Click Here to Download this Episode’s Transcript! Show Notes No show notes this episode

27 MIN3 w ago
Comments
Episode 50: When Life Throws a Curveball

Episode 49: Avoiding Perfectionism, or Getting Good With “Good Enough”

Many of today’s students were raised in the combined environment of high-stakes standardized testing, the self-esteem movement, and helicopter parenting. In this episode, Adam and Dinur go over what we know about how this environment produced perfectionism, and a few ways to get good with “good enough.” Click Here to Download This Episode’s Transcript! Show […]

51 MINJAN 27
Comments
Episode 49: Avoiding Perfectionism, or Getting Good With “Good Enough”

Episode 48: Grades and Self-Worth

Our society repeatedly sends the message: “The better your grades, the more worthy you are.” But is that really true? In this episode, Dinur and Adam dig into grades and self-worth, and how to disconnect them from each other. Click Here to Download This Episode’s Transcript! Show Notes How Being Gifted and Talented Affects Our […]

49 MINJAN 20
Comments
Episode 48: Grades and Self-Worth

Episode 47: How to Talk to Professors About Your Grades

Talking to professors about your grade can help you get some perspective on them. However, there are good and bad ways to go about this. Join Dinur and Adam as we outline what to avoid and what to do when you need to talk to your professor about your grades. Click Here to Download This […]

46 MINJAN 13
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Episode 47: How to Talk to Professors About Your Grades

Episode 46: When Non-Academic Problems Need Non-Academic Help

What should students and professors do when a student has non-academic problems that interfere with their academic progress? Join Adam and Dinur as we discuss different problems that may come up and how to help students handle them! Click Here to Download This Episode’s Transcript! Show Notes Brené Brown, Rising Strong (on Amazon) Harriet Lerner, […]

26 MINJAN 6
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Episode 46: When Non-Academic Problems Need Non-Academic Help

Episode 45: Group Work – and Free Riders

One of the reasons students don’t like group work is because, inevitably, there will be a student in their group who does no work and avoids every meeting – and still gets the same grade as the rest of the group. We call this a “free rider” in group studies. How can we, as teachers, […]

31 MIN2019 DEC 30
Comments
Episode 45: Group Work – and Free Riders

Episode 44: How to Take Written Tests (Essay, Short Answer, and Fill-In-The-Blank)

In this episode, Dinur and Adam go over how to prepare for and take written exams, including short-answer, fill-in-the-blank, and the dreaded essay. Join us for tips, tricks, and strategies to handle these exams like a test-taking pro! Click Here to Download This Episode’s Transcript! Show Notes Episode 20- An Interview With Gretchen Wegner Episode […]

28 MIN2019 DEC 23
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Episode 44: How to Take Written Tests (Essay, Short Answer, and Fill-In-The-Blank)
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