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Making the Grade Podcast

Christine and Georgia

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Making the Grade is an education podcast for current & former teachers to share notes, define success & assess their own happiness in the classroom and beyond. Throughout history in the US, teaching has been an essential profession that supports the next generation. However, as the world continues to evolve, the education system seems to be years behind in many ways. “Making the Grade” explores the metrics of success in the modern-day classroom with current and former educators. We dive into ...
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In Native Lights, people in Native communities around Mni Sota Mkoce - a.k.a. Minnesota - tell their stories about finding their gifts and sharing them with the community. These are stories of joy, strength, history, and change from Native people who are shaping the future and honoring those who came before them. Native Lights is also a weekly, half-hour radio program hosted by Mille Lacs Band of Ojibwe members and siblings, Leah Lemm and Cole Premo. Native Lights is a space for people in Na ...
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The Audio Long Read podcast is a selection of the Guardian’s long reads, giving you the opportunity to get on with your day while listening to some of the finest journalism the Guardian has to offer, including in-depth writing from around the world on immigration, crime, business, the arts and much more
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Modern Math Teacher

Kristen Moore, Project Based Learning Coach

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Kristen Moore, classroom teacher and instructional coach at Moore Than Just X, empowers middle and high school math teachers to transform the student experience with the strategies and the confidence to implement project-based learning, mastery-based assessment, and more student-centered practices to boost engagement in their classrooms. Teaching math has never been this fun! Whether you're a math teacher newbie or a seasoned veteran, you'll find something new and inspiring in every episode ...
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Ukraine must have existed as a society and polity on 23 February 2022, else Ukrainians would not have collectively resisted Russian invasion the next day. What does it mean for a nation to exist? Timothy Snyder explores these and other questions in a very timely course. This course was recorded live in a classroom at Yale University in the autumn of 2022.
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We aim to empower you with the facts and provide context to the stories that impact your life. Straight Arrow News is committed to unbiased, fact-based journalism by approaching every issue from an objective, middle ground and highlighting underreported stories. Get the stories you need to start your day with Karah Rucker and The Morning Rundown™, delve into American public sentiment with America Speaks with Dr. Frank Luntz and step onto the modern battlefield with Ryan Robertson’s Weapons a ...
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We aim to empower you with the facts and provide context to the stories that impact your life. Straight Arrow News is committed to unbiased, fact-based journalism by approaching every issue from an objective, middle ground and highlighting underreported stories. Get the stories you need to start your day with Karah Rucker and The Morning Rundown™, delve into American public sentiment with America Speaks with Dr. Frank Luntz and step onto the modern battlefield with Ryan Robertson’s Weapons a ...
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The repetitive nature of teaching lends itself to living life on autopilot. That makes it all the more important to step back and reflect. What we do know works? How do we know that? What can we do better? This podcast aims to name and explore the most important issues that teachers face every day inside and outside the classroom. Through organic conversations, we unpack the challenges facing modern educators, discuss student-centered solutions to these problems, and reflect on our strengths ...
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Want to love walking into your ELA classroom each day? Excited about innovative strategies like PBL, escape rooms, hexagonal thinking, sketchnotes, one-pagers, student podcasting, genius hour, and more? Want a thriving choice reading program and a shelf full of compelling diverse texts? You're in the right place! Here you'll find interviews with top authors from the ELA field, workshops with strategies you can use in class immediately, and quick tips to ignite your English teacher creativity ...
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Hosted by award winning author Nancy Ruffin, The Nancy Ruffin show is where listeners come to get their weekly dose of faith, purpose and encouragement. Through personal anecdotes, storytelling and interviews Nancy demonstrates how reconnecting with God and rediscovering the power within are the key to turning obstacles into opportunities, trials into triumphs, and grit into glory by overcoming seemingly insurmountable challenges and succeeding in the process. Here, we're passionate about 3 ...
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Whoever said history repeats itself sure had a point, and that's what we are investigating in this youthful history podcast. While studying and learning alongside our community, we put together episodes detailing various topics from across time and attempt to make connections with our modern day. We plunge into the theories, ideas, and events that shaped our world and society into what we know now. It is our goal to open up a discussion and discourse into history and the social sciences. The ...
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If you have read DH Lawrence's The Rainbow, you'd certainly want to read the sequel, Women in Love. Published in 1920, the two books were originally meant to be a single work, spanning several generations of the Brangwen family, especially the women. However, a complicated publishing history, delays and editorial revisions, followed by the hostile reception and controversies that faced The Rainbow led to a gap of five years between the two books. Yet, by 21st century standards, Women in Love ...
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Join me each week for innovative teaching strategies you can use immediately in your ELA classroom, from choice reading help to book clubs, project-based-learning to AI, student podcasting to genius hour, we cover the good stuff. Whether you're trying to figure out how to engage your eighth graders, trying to help your 11th graders through the coll…
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Indeterminate sentences are devastating to mental health, but prisoners with mental illness are less likely to be released. The result is a vicious cycle whereby the most vulnerable inmates often have the least chance of getting out – as John’s case shows. By Sophie Atkinson. Help support our independent journalism at theguardian.com/longreadpod…
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In this enlightening episode, we sit down with David Cournoyer, a seasoned journalist and communications expert with over three decades of experience. We delve into David’s remarkable career, starting from his early days as a local and TV journalist to his impactful work and nonprofit communications. David shares his inspiring journey from journali…
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Louisiana becomes the first state to require the Ten Commandments be displayed in public classrooms. And the prehistoric landmark Stonehenge was defaced by climate activists. These stories and more highlight The Morning Rundown for Thursday, June 20, 2024.By Straight Arrow News
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Louisiana becomes the first state to require the Ten Commandments be displayed in public classrooms. And the prehistoric landmark Stonehenge was defaced by climate activists. These stories and more highlight The Morning Rundown for Thursday, June 20, 2024.By Straight Arrow News
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Russian President Vladimir Putin receives a grand welcome from North Korean leader Kim Jong Un as the two leaders strengthen their partnership. And tense moments during the White House briefing as someone appeared to faint as dangerous temperatures grip the nation’s capital. These stories and more highlight The Morning Rundown for Wednesday, June 1…
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Russian President Vladimir Putin receives a grand welcome from North Korean leader Kim Jong Un as the two leaders strengthen their partnership. And tense moments during the White House briefing as someone appeared to faint as dangerous temperatures grip the nation’s capital. These stories and more highlight The Morning Rundown for Wednesday, June 1…
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We are raiding the Guardian Long Read archives to bring you some classic pieces from years past, with new introductions from the authors. This week, from 2020: With 850 million children worldwide shut out of schools, tech evangelists claim now is the time for AI education. But as the technology’s power grows, so too do the dangers that come with it…
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President Biden takes executive action to protect hundreds of thousands of undocumented spouses of U.S. citizens. And from wildfires to tropical storms to extreme heat, much of the country is under alert for severe weather. These stories and more highlight The Morning Rundown for Tuesday, June 18, 2024.…
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President Biden takes executive action to protect hundreds of thousands of undocumented spouses of U.S. citizens. And from wildfires to tropical storms to extreme heat, much of the country is under alert for severe weather. These stories and more highlight The Morning Rundown for Tuesday, June 18, 2024.…
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Let’s talk. Send me a text message! In today's Poolside PD, we talk taboo: grading practices as Kristen asks listeners "Do Your Grading Practices Make the Grade?". We skim the surface on equitable grading practices to ensure your grades truly reflect student knowledge and understanding. Drawing from Joe Feldman's Grading for Equity we explore how t…
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Benjamin Netanyahu disbands his war cabinet as the Israeli army announces a ‘tactical pause’ in Rafah. And Maryland’s governor is set to pardon more than 175,000 marijuana convictions. These stories and more highlight The Morning Rundown for Monday, June 17, 2024.By Straight Arrow News
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Benjamin Netanyahu disbands his war cabinet as the Israeli army announces a ‘tactical pause’ in Rafah. And Maryland’s governor is set to pardon more than 175,000 marijuana convictions. These stories and more highlight The Morning Rundown for Monday, June 17, 2024.By Straight Arrow News
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Stuart Potts is an unlikely do-gooder – a former crack addict who has hit rock bottom more than once. But since 2020, he has offered hundreds of homeless people a bed in his small flat – and for many of them, it has been life-changing. By Samira Shackle. Help support our independent journalism at theguardian.com/longreadpod…
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The Supreme Court issues its first major ruling on abortion in two years. And former President Donald Trump returns to Capitol Hill, holding separate meetings with Senate and House Republicans. These stories and more highlight The Morning Rundown for Friday, June 14, 2024.By Straight Arrow News
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The Supreme Court issues its first major ruling on abortion in two years. And former President Donald Trump returns to Capitol Hill, holding separate meetings with Senate and House Republicans. These stories and more highlight The Morning Rundown for Friday, June 14, 2024.By Straight Arrow News
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The head of the Department of Justice, Attorney General Merrick Garland, held in contempt of Congress. And ‘life-threatening’ flooding in south Florida as more torrential rain is expected Thursday. These stories and more highlight The Morning Rundown for Thursday, June 13, 2024.By Straight Arrow News
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The head of the Department of Justice, Attorney General Merrick Garland, held in contempt of Congress. And ‘life-threatening’ flooding in south Florida as more torrential rain is expected Thursday. These stories and more highlight The Morning Rundown for Thursday, June 13, 2024.By Straight Arrow News
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Hunter Biden has been convicted on all charges in his federal gun trial—what that could mean for his future. And a federal judge says a Florida law blocking treatment for trans youth is “unconstitutional”. These stories and more highlight The Morning Rundown for Wednesday, June 12.By Straight Arrow News
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Hunter Biden has been convicted on all charges in his federal gun trial—what that could mean for his future. And a federal judge says a Florida law blocking treatment for trans youth is “unconstitutional”. These stories and more highlight The Morning Rundown for Wednesday, June 12.By Straight Arrow News
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S2 EP 030 | Student Advocacy & Activism: a Conversation with Advocate & Consultant, Kristen For the 30th episode, a local MA teacher shares how she successfully fulfilled her dream of becoming a business owner. Kristen, a fellow MA teacher, transitioned from special education teacher to building an advocacy and consulting company focusing on studen…
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We are raiding the Guardian Long Read archives to bring you some classic pieces from years past, with new introductions from the authors. This week, from 2021: Much progress has been made in attitudes towards sexual equality and gender identity – but in many places a dramatic backlash by conservative forces has followed. By Mark Gevisser. Help supp…
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Let’s talk. Send me a text message! In this Poolside PD episode, we dive into enhancing our "Building Thinking Classrooms" by mastering two critical areas: consolidating from the bottom through student discussions and creating meaningful notes. Join Kristen as we explore a simple but effective way to support consolidation and a practical 6-step pla…
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With a month to go until his sentencing in his New York criminal case, former President Donald Trump will take part in a virtual interview. And caught on camera: the moment a bull jumped a fence at an Oregon rodeo, injuring several people. These stories and more highlight The Morning Rundown for Monday, June 10, 2024.…
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With a month to go until his sentencing in his New York criminal case, former President Donald Trump will take part in a virtual interview. And caught on camera: the moment a bull jumped a fence at an Oregon rodeo, injuring several people. These stories and more highlight The Morning Rundown for Monday, June 10, 2024.…
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President Joe Biden comments on his son’s federal gun trial during a wide-ranging interview. And Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu plans a visit to D.C. to address Congress. These stories and more highlight The Morning Rundown for Friday, June 7, 2024.By Straight Arrow News
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President Joe Biden comments on his son’s federal gun trial during a wide-ranging interview. And Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu plans a visit to D.C. to address Congress. These stories and more highlight The Morning Rundown for Friday, June 7, 2024.By Straight Arrow News
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He has published more than 100 novels, gives his work away, and his surrealist books have a massive cult following. Now Argentina’s favourite rule-breaker is tipped for the Nobel prize. By Alejandro Chacoff. Help support our independent journalism at theguardian.com/longreadpodBy The Guardian
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In this special episode, siblings and co-hosts Leah and Cole take a moment to turn the mic on themselves. Join us as they share an intimate conversation about their personal journeys and the inception of the show. Discover how Native Lights was born out of a shared passion for uplifting Indigenous voices and stories. They recount the challenges and…
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On this week’s mini-episode, I’m remembering the moment my 11th graders asked me to please, please, please add a book to our curriculum that wasn’t so depressing. Maybe you’ve had a similar experience? Let’s talk about what to do when the curriculum is full of death and despair. We were moving towards spring the year my juniors asked me why all of …
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President Biden joins other world leaders and World War II veterans in Normandy to commemorate the 80th anniversary of D-Day. And Israel strikes a school in Gaza it says was the location of a Hamas compound as local officials say dozens have been killed. These stories and more highlight The Morning Rundown for Thursday, June 6, 2024.…
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President Biden joins other world leaders and World War II veterans in Normandy to commemorate the 80th anniversary of D-Day. And Israel strikes a school in Gaza it says was the location of a Hamas compound as local officials say dozens have been killed. These stories and more highlight The Morning Rundown for Thursday, June 6, 2024.…
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President Joe Biden arrives in France to commemorate D-Day as his executive action on the southern border takes effect and one major league player is banned for life after betting on baseball games. These stories and more highlight The Morning Rundown for Wednesday, June 5.By Straight Arrow News
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President Joe Biden arrives in France to commemorate D-Day as his executive action on the southern border takes effect and one major league player is banned for life after betting on baseball games. These stories and more highlight The Morning Rundown for Wednesday, June 5.By Straight Arrow News
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We are raiding the Guardian Long Read archives to bring you some classic pieces from years past, with new introductions from the authors. This week, from 2021: They used to look like quagmires, ice rinks or dustbowls, depending on the time of year. But as big money entered football, pristine pitches became crucial to the sport’s image – and grounds…
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Last night I dreamed I was teaching in a new classroom, except it had layers of stuff on the walls from three other teachers across twenty years of teaching. I couldn't find anything, and I couldn't change the set-up because I didn't know what was important to my colleagues. It was awful. Am I the only one to ever have a classroom set-up nightmare?…
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Opening arguments are set to begin now that the jury is seated in Hunter Biden’s federal gun charges trial in Delaware. And a young attendee on the House floor has social media abuzz. These stories and more highlight The Morning Rundown for Tuesday, June 4.By Straight Arrow News
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Opening arguments are set to begin now that the jury is seated in Hunter Biden’s federal gun charges trial in Delaware. And a young attendee on the House floor has social media abuzz. These stories and more highlight The Morning Rundown for Tuesday, June 4.By Straight Arrow News
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Let’s talk. Send me a text message! ☀️Welcome to the first week of Poolside PD 2024! ☀️ This week we talk all about the Modern Classrooms Project-- what it is and if it is right for your classroom. 🧐 Kristen shares insight into how each of the components of a Modern Classroom work for her and some of her mentees. Today's Topics Include: Blended Lea…
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Another historic trial begins today, this time Hunter Biden, the son of the President of the United States, facing charges. And in Mexico, a woman is elected president for the first time in the country’s history. These stories and more highlight The Morning Rundown for Monday, June 3, 2024.By Straight Arrow News
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Another historic trial begins today, this time Hunter Biden, the son of the President of the United States, facing charges. And in Mexico, a woman is elected president for the first time in the country’s history. These stories and more highlight The Morning Rundown for Monday, June 3, 2024.By Straight Arrow News
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Donald Trump is found guilty of 34 felonies in New York. What comes next? And what does the historic verdict mean for the former president? And a police officer is killed during a deadly ambush in Minnesota. These stories and more highlight The Morning Rundown for Friday, May 31, 2024.By Straight Arrow News
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Donald Trump is found guilty of 34 felonies in New York. What comes next? And what does the historic verdict mean for the former president? And a police officer is killed during a deadly ambush in Minnesota. These stories and more highlight The Morning Rundown for Friday, May 31, 2024.By Straight Arrow News
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