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S2E19: Daniel Bundred on Tackling Behavior in Tricky Schools

In this episode of Progressively Incorrect, we will continue our journey through the education debates by chatting with Daniel Bundred about behavior, specifically on how to turn around a school that struggles to manage it. I think this episode is a fantastic example of how networking and social media continues to drive change across countries … Continue reading S2E19: Daniel Bundred on Tackling Behavior in Tricky Schools

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S2E18: Milou van Harsel on Worked Examples and Self-Regulated Learning

In this episode of Progressively Incorrect, we are going to be talking about one of my favorite topics in instructional design - worked examples! Worked examples are tools that teachers use to demonstrate a process or a procedure for students. When students don't know how to do something, showing them how to do it, step … Continue reading S2E18: Milou van Harsel on Worked Examples and Self-Regulated Learning

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S2E17: Saskia Giebl on the Bjork Lab and Googling for Learning

Welcome back to Progressively Incorrect, a podcast about artificial intelligence, emotional intelligence, and just plain regular intelligence. I am your host, Dr. Zach Groshell, and in this week's episode I have the pleasure of interviewing Saskia Giebl about the benefits and perils of using Google for learning.I’m often told that education today needs to change … Continue reading S2E17: Saskia Giebl on the Bjork Lab and Googling for Learning

Is Direct Instruction a Good Teaching Method? (Parent Digest #3)

Every week, I write a short blurb about teaching and learning for my school's parent newsletter. I've decided to post old ones on this site from time to time so that teachers and leaders can steal them to use in their own newsletters. I hope doing so saves you time. - Dr. G Is Direct … Continue reading Is Direct Instruction a Good Teaching Method? (Parent Digest #3)

S2E16: Rod Naquin and North Landesman on researchED US

In this episode, I will be speaking with Rod Naquin and North Landesman, two fantastic educators who are going to be talking to us about the researchED conference that was held in Frederick, Maryland, back in October. For listeners who are unfamiliar with researchED, it is a UK-based organization that puts on affordable, evidence-informed conferences … Continue reading S2E16: Rod Naquin and North Landesman on researchED US

School’s Too Important to Sleep Through (Parent Digest #2)

Every week, I write a short blurb about teaching and learning for my school's parent newsletter. I've decided to post old ones on this site from time to time so that teachers and leaders can steal them to use in their own newsletters. I hope doing so saves you time. - Dr. G School’s Too … Continue reading School’s Too Important to Sleep Through (Parent Digest #2)

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S2E15: Jade Pearce on Evidence-Informed Education

In this episode, we are going to be talking about the road to becoming an evidence-informed school with the one, the only, Jade Pearce! Jade is the author of What Every Teacher Needs to Know, and so it was fitting that we began this interview talking about three things that every teacher should know. And … Continue reading S2E15: Jade Pearce on Evidence-Informed Education

Has Google Revolutionized Education? (Parent Digest #1)

Every week, I write a short blurb about teaching and learning for my school's parent newsletter. I've decided to post old ones on this site from time to time so that teachers and leaders can steal them to use in their own newsletters. I hope doing so saves you time. - Dr. G Has Google … Continue reading Has Google Revolutionized Education? (Parent Digest #1)

S2E14: Ryan Campbell on Nuance and Educational Leadership

In this episode I interview Ryan D. Campbell, a teacher and associate principal who has spent the majority of his career in international schools. Avid followers of this podcast and my blog, educationrickshaw.com, will know about my international school teaching experience in Vietnam, Sudan, and China. International schools vary in shape and size, but what … Continue reading S2E14: Ryan Campbell on Nuance and Educational Leadership

Book Review: The Scientific Principles of Reading Instruction

When I was just starting out my career as an elementary teacher, I attended a staff meeting where the principal asked us what we thought about ending the practice of giving out homework. I was one of the few in the room who expressed their concern that such a move would deny students sufficient opportunities … Continue reading Book Review: The Scientific Principles of Reading Instruction