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FLOOP Revisited

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Enjoy this look back at our interview with the creators of FLOOP, and don't forget to use the info below to get your special discount on your first year of FLOOP! 
We had a great talk with Christine Witcher and Melanie Kong about Floop, an app that supports teacher and peer feedback in almost any classroom. Listen to their startup story and how Melanie and Christine have used their classroom experiences and action research to build student agency and efficacy. Then check out Floopedu.com to see how you can use it in your classroom.
Contact the Floop team via Email:team@floopedu.com

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Twitter:@floopeduWebsite:floopedu.comBlog:blog.floopedu.comResearch Whitepaper:bit.ly/floop-whitepaperStudent Feedback Literacy Curriculum:bit.ly/curr-downloadCompany BioBased on research and built by teachers, Floop is a web platform that helps teachers give meaningful feedback faster and teaches students how to use feedback to learn. Floop works on any internet-connected device (phones, table…

Lloyd Kilmer and Performance Learning

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Enjoy our chat with our friend, Lloyd Kilmer, in this episode. Learn about his views on cultural competency, leadership, and the pandemic's impact on education. You'll also learn more about the ways that Performance Learning can help your school or business improve performance in our new reality.




Contact: Twitter: @Perform_LearnWebsite: PerformanceLearn.comPerformance Learning BlogFacebook: PerformanceLearningInstagram: @Performance_LearnApple Podcasts: Performance LearningYouTube: Performance Learning
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You can find us on Twitter at@DrNickSutton @YodaMatt68How to Listen AnchorApple PodcastsBreakerCastroGoogle PodcastsOvercastPocketCastsRadio PublicSpotifySPECIAL OFFER Based on research and built by teachers, Floop is a web app that helps teachers give meaningful feedback faster. Collec…

Meet Amanda Post and Maggie Gifford

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We hope you enjoy our chat with Amanda Post and Maggie Gifford, two educators from Ohio. During our chat , Amanda and Maggie discuss how they navigate remote learning and support students' social and emotional health.



Read More: Remembering YOU in Times of Uncertainty and Change, by Maggie Gifford on the TeachBetter BlogFinding YOU Outside of the Classroom, by Amanda Post on the TeachBetter BlogContact Twitter Amanda Post: @amandapost1513Maggie Gifford: @giffordm621Instagram Amanda Post: @amandalorraine1513Maggie Gifford: @giffordm621Remember to check out this and all past episodes at www.LearningThroughLeading.com and click the Subscribe button at the top of the screen to have every episode delivered right to your email inbox.

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Meet Author Adrienne Graham

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This episode highlights author and first-grade teacher Adrienne Graham and her first book, The Color of Friendship. Adrienne talks to us about the importance of this book, the process she went through to publish it, and how it can be used in the classroom. We are happy and proud to help amplify and support her voice and the message of The Color of Friendship

Contact Adrenne: Facebook: Author Adrienne C GrahamWebsite: Adrie-Graham.comThe Color of Friendship (Amazon)
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You can find us on Twitter at@DrNickSutton@YodaMatt68How to Listen AnchorApple PodcastsBreakerCastroGoogle PodcastsOvercastPocketCastsRadio PublicSpotifySPECIAL OFFERBased on research and built by teachers, Floop is a web app that helps teachers give meaningful feedback faster. Collect images, PDFs, and Google Docs from students,…

Dr. Tina Halliman

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Image from http://twitter.com/TinaHalliman Nick and Matt have a wonderful conversation with Dr. Tina Halliman, Superintendent of the SPEED S.E.J.A. District 802. Dr. Halliman discusses the unique challenges of leading a special education district during a time of remote learning due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Dr. Halliman emphasizes the importance of educator self-care while supporting students with special needs.


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Virtual Learning with Theresa Wills

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In this episode, online educator and author Theresa Wills shares her ideas for remote learning and online activities. Her upcoming book, Teaching Math at a Distance K-12: a practical guide to rich remote instruction, will be a repository of best practices for educators at any level. While her focus is primarily mathematics, her ideas can transfer to any grade level or subject area in the K-12 realm.


Contact Theresa WIllsTwitter: @theresawillsYouTube: youtube.com/theresawillsWebsite: theresawills.com
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Meet Melody McAllister

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As we open our second season, we are very happy to introduce you to educator and author Melody McAllister. Melody's book for children, I'm Sorry Story, helps students understand and respond to the feelings of others. In this episode, Melody discusses her book and how it might be used to support students' social-emotional learning. Melody also discusses her core value of developing relationships with students and families alike. 

Contact Melody McAllister: Book: I'm Sorry StoryTwitter: @mjmcalliwritesMentioned in this episode: Parentcamp.org
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