8 Jul

Bam!Radio: Are You Close to Burnout?

How To Avoid Going Over the Edge

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Virtually every teacher will encounter burnout at some time in his or her career.  In this episode, we look at the signs and offer a challenge to help you avoid  going over the edge.

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7 Jul

Bam!Radio: Student Behavior

Is Challenging Student Behavior on the Rise? Or Is It Just Me?

Rae Pica with Barbara Kaiser & Amanda Morgan
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Join us as we explore the apparent increase in challenging student behaviors. Is the rise real or imagined? What is the most current thinking on handling troubling student behavior?

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4 Mar

Bam!Radio: ECE Advocacy 101

You’re Either at the Table or on the Menu

Rae Pica with Suzanne Gellens, Aaron Carrara, Kristen Kerr, Sandra Giarde
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There are so many challenges that hinder ECE professionals from successfully advocating for continued support, that many are inclined to simply not participate. However, as one of our guests says, “you’re either at the table or on the menu.” Fortunately, there are new ways to advocate and simple steps that any ECE professional can take to ensure support for the field.
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5 Feb

Bam!Radio: Active Learning

How Too Much Collaboration Can Hinder Learning…

Rae Pica with Michael Godsey, Sophia Dembling

active learning picThough active learning, collaboration, and group projects have grown in popularity, there are limits every teacher should understand.

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29 Dec

Bam!Radio: Teaching Students Who Face Adversity Beyond Your Experience

Rae Pica with Sara Langworthy, Ross A. Thompson, Heidi Veal

picHow do you build relationships with students who face adversity  that extend beyond anything you’ve experienced.  How can your bridge the reality gap?  Our guests provide a useful road map.

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20 Dec

Bam! Radio: Common Core

Squeezing Social-Emotional Learning into the Common Core

Rae Pica with Maurice J. Elias, Ed Dunkelblau, Melanie Link Taylor, Jason Flom

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Our guests argue that social and emotional learning must precede numeracy and literacy. Tune in as we talk about how teachers can find ways to balance these needs in the current educational climate. TUNE IN HERE.

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9 Dec

Schools Without Playgrounds?

playgroundIf you ask a child what their favorite part of the school day is, they’ll probably tell you recess. “Recess is the time of day set aside for elementary school students to take a break from their class work, engage in play with their peers, and take part in independent, unstructured activities,” Bossenmeyer, M. (2005). A trend is happening throughout the United States and in my opinion; it’s not a good one.

Recess is being cut and/or eliminated from school schedules. Why does this matter? Children are able to interact outside in ways different than in the classroom. Should recess remain a part of the child’s school day? Read More


2 Dec

Bam! Radio: Sensitivities Toward Holidays

How Are You Approaching the Sensitivities Toward Holidays in the Classroom?

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The holidays can bring both great memories and controversy to your classroom. Our guests share their advice on making the most of the season. TUNE IN HERE!

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25 Nov

Bam! Radio: Squeezing Social-Emotional Learning into the Common Core

rae-picaRae Pica has been a children’s physical activity specialist since 1980. She is the author of 18 books and has shared her expertise with many groups and advisory boards.

As co-creator and host of Body, Mind and Child, an Internet radio program for parents and educators, Rae interviews experts in the fields of education, child development, play research, the neurosciences, and more.

Rae Pica with Maurice J. Elias, Ed Dunkelblau, Melanie Link Taylor, Jason Flom.

1DunkelblauEliasFromTaylor“Our guests argue that social and emotional learning must precede numeracy and literacy. Tune in as we talk about how teachers can find ways to balance these needs in the current educational climate.”

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