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Welcome back to Progressively Incorrect, I am your host, Dr. Zach Groshell. Today I am thrilled to be speaking with Meg Lee and Jim Heal, two educators at the cutting-edge of evidence-based education. They're going to be talking to us about the work they're doing to scale the science of learning up and across this … Continue reading S3E18: Meg Lee …
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Welcome back to Progressively Incorrect, I am your host, Dr. Zach Groshell. Today I am very excited to be speaking with Scott Hill, the Superintendent of Evergreen School Division in Manitoba, Canada. We will be talking about evidence-informed school leadership, including the shift that Evergreen has made towards a science of reading based curricul…
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Welcome back to Progressively Incorrect, I am your host, Dr. Zach Groshell. Today I am very excited to be speaking with Haili Hughes as part of my ongoing inquiry into instructional coaching approaches. If you’re a leader or instructional coach yourself, be sure to check out previous instructional coaching episodes of Progressively Incorrect, such …
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Welcome back to Progressively Incorrect, I am your host, Dr. Zach Groshell. Today I am very excited to be speaking with Corey Peltier as part of my ongoing obsession into how we teach math. If you haven’t already, I recommend checking out the hugely popular Science of Math episode I recorded a few months ago … Continue reading S3E15: Corey Peltier …
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My guest today is literacy expert, Stephanie Stollar. Stephanie is one of my go-to sources for science of reading insights because of her ability to break down technical and complex topics and turn them into actionable steps for practitioners. I will be talking with Stephanie about the misconceptions that surround MTSS, or the multi-tiered system ……
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Welcome back to Progressively Incorrect, I am your host, Dr. Zach Groshell, and this week I am excited to share with you my interview with Jean Stockard from the Direct Instruction podcast. There are plenty of introductions in the recording, so I’ll make this part quick.First, I am looking to establish more long-term relationships with … Continue r…
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Welcome back to Progressively Incorrect, my name is Dr. Zach Groshell, and today I am so excited to be releasing this special episode, which is all about researchED. We will begin with a full interview with Carl Hendrick, the keynote speaker of researchED Greenwich. Carl will talk to us about the researchED movement and the … Continue reading S3E12…
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In this episode of Progressively Incorrect, I have the great pleasure of interviewing Kimberly Berens, the author of Blind Spots: Why students fail and the science that can save them and the founder of Fit Learning, an organization that combines the science of learning, precision teaching, direct instruction, and curriculum-based measurement, into …
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Welcome back to Progressively Incorrect. My name is Dr. Zach Groshell and this week I am excited to be bringing you the 2nd episode of my series on Direct Instruction, this time with Linda Carnine, Susie Andrist, and Jerry Silbert. They are going to be talking about what it was like to be on the … Continue reading S3E10: Linda Carnine, Susie Andris…
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Welcome back to Progressively Incorrect, a show hosted by me, Dr. Zach Groshell. Today I am very excited to share with you this extra special panel interview on the Science of Math! You will hear from four legends of math, Sarah Powell, Amanda VanDerHeyden, Anna Stokke, and Nathaniel Hansford. Not counting that other super-secret podcast … Continue…
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We're going to be talking about educational policy today, specifically around the growing Science of Learning movement in Australia, with Trisha Jha. But first, I have a few announcements for you. Progressively Incorrect is coming to researchED Greenwich (USA) for a live recording of this podcast! I will be interviewing a panel consisting of Pedro …
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Welcome back to Progressively Incorrect. My name is Dr. Zach Groshell, and for this episode, I am excited to share with you the first episode of The Direct Instruction Podcast with Kurt Engelmann and Bryan Wickman. We will hear about the origins of Direct Instruction, how it differs from lowercase "di" and explicit instruction, and … Continue readi…
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Today we are going to be talking to Kent Johnson and Andrew Kieta, who run a very unique school that is just up the road from me called Morningside Academy. Morningside utilizes evidence-based strategies and programs, including Direct Instruction and Precision Teaching. They offer their teachers robust professional development and instructional coa…
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Welcome back to Progressively Incorrect. My name is Dr. Zach Groshell and, in this episode, we're going to be talking with one of my mentors of instructional coaching, Gene Tavernetti. Gene is the author of two John Catt Educational books, Teach Fast: Focused Adaptable Structured Teaching, and Maximizing the Impact of Coaching Cycles. He is … Conti…
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In this episode we’re delving into the inspiring tale of a real-life classroom, aka ‘The Room Where It Happened’. This unique researcher-teacher partnership, which was documented in the book Powerful Teaching, helped children not only to learn more effectively and efficiently by leveraging the science of learning, but it armed them with knowledge o…
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Today I have the great pleasure of bringing you a very special episode featuring two of my podcasting rivals, Craig Barton and Ollie Lovell. This episode is brought to you by John Catt Educational, which publishes some of the absolute best books in education. In addition to publishing Craig’s How I Wish I’d Taught Maths, … Continue reading S3E3: Cr…
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Welcome back everyone to Progressively Incorrect. My name is Dr. Zach Groshell and, in this episode, we will be exploring the Math Wars and MTSS with Dr. Amanda VanDerHeyden. Subscribe to this podcast on…SpotifyGoogle PodcastsApple PodcastsWordPress This episode is brought to you by John Catt Educational, which publishes some of the best books in e…
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Welcome back to Progressively Incorrect. My name is Dr. Zach Groshell, and I have the great pleasure of welcoming Tom Sherrington and Oliver Caviglioli onto the podcast for the Season 3 premiere of this show. Subscribe to this podcast on…SpotifyGoogle PodcastsApple PodcastsWordPress Tom and Oliver are two UK-based educators who have collaborated on…
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I am very excited to be sharing this special episode with you, the Season 2 Finale of this podcast, featuring one of the most respected cognitive scientists in the world, Dan Willingham. Subscribe to this podcast on…SpotifyGoogle PodcastsApple PodcastsWordPress Before we go over to Dan, I wanted to thank all of you who have supported … Continue rea…
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Welcome to this episode of ASAP Cash Offer’s Real Estate Rescue show. I'm your host Devon Wayne, and today we are discussing what to do when a homeowner is hit with unexpected closing costs. With me today is Scott Berens, the owner of Balsamo Homes, an expert in real estate transactions. We also have a special guest on the line, Amanda Nelson, who …
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Welcome everyone to another episode of ASAP Cash Offer's Real Estate Rescue, where we help homeowners with complex real estate situations. On today's show, I'm joined by Scott Berens, the owner of Balsamo Homes, and Heather Anderson, who is looking to solve his real estate woes. So let's jump right in and hear about Heather's current situation. htt…
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In this episode of Progressively Incorrect, I am joined by Dr. Pamela Snow. Dr. Snow is a professor of cognitive psychology at the School of Education at La Trobe University in Melbourne, and an absolute legend of the Science of Language and Reading. Subscribe to this podcast on…SpotifyGoogle PodcastsApple PodcastsWordPress One of the most contenti…
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In this episode of Progressively Incorrect, I interview Nidhi Sachdeva, a Toronto-based PhD candidate who, like many of you I suspect, is exploring ways to embed the science of learning into teaching and professional development. Subscribe to this podcast on…SpotifyGoogle PodcastsApple PodcastsWordPress I first came across Nidhi on Twitter, where s…
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Welcome everyone to another episode of ASAP Cash Offer's Real Estate Rescue, where we help homeowners with complex real estate situations. On today's show, I'm joined by Scott Berens, the owner of Balsamo Homes, and Brian Harris, who is looking to solve his real estate woes. So let's jump right in and hear about Brian's current situation. https://w…
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Welcome to this week's episode of ASAP Cash Offer’s Real Estate Rescue show. I'm your host Devon Wayne, and I'm here to help homeowners who are struggling to sell their homes because of the current market conditions. In this episode, we are joined by Lauren Robinson, a homeowner looking for advice on selling her home, and Scott Berens, the owner of…
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In this episode of Progressively Incorrect, I'm joined by Tracing Woodgrains. Trace is the Chief of Staff for Blocked and Reported, a show that bills itself as "a podcast about dumb internet garbage." As someone who is unusually interested in the myths and mumbo jumbo of our dear teaching profession, I was honored that Trace … Continue reading S2E2…
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Hi everyone, and welcome to ASAP Cash Offer's Real Estate Rescue show, where I, Devon Wayne, speak with homeowners in complex real estate situations. Today we have Katherine Allen on the line, a homeowner from Balsamo Homes facing zoning restrictions that prevent her from selling her home. We also have Scott Berens, the owner of Balsamo Homes, join…
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In this episode, I will be speaking to an absolute legend of teacher blogging and lefty-trad education, Adam Boxer. Adam is the editor of the researchED Guide to Explicit and Direct Instruction, author of Teaching Secondary Science, and, for me, the LeBron James of practical advice about how to actually teach a lesson. After recent … Continue readi…
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Welcome back to another episode of "ASAP Cash Offer's Real Estate Rescue" show! I'm your host, Devon Wayne, and I'm here with Scott Berens, the owner of Balsamo Homes and an experienced real estate expert. Today we're talking to Lisa Martin, a homeowner who needs help dealing with a difficult real estate situation. Lisa, can you tell us what's goin…
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Welcome, everyone, to the latest episode of “ASAP Cash Offer’s Real Estate Rescue.” I am your host, Devon Wayne. Today we are on the phone with our special guest, William Clark - a homeowner who has come to us seeking help with a difficult real estate situation they have found themselves in. So William, let’s start by hearing your story - what real…
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I have a very special guest for you this week! Dr. Marcy Stein, professor emeritus and lead author of Direct Instruction Mathematics, came on the Progressively Incorrect podcast to talk to us about Project Follow Through and Zig Engelmann's Direct Instruction programs. Subscribe to this podcast on...SpotifyGoogle PodcastsApple PodcastsWordPress Thi…
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In this episode of Progressively Incorrect, I chat with Dr. Nathaniel Swain about the work he is doing with teachers and middle leaders to ensure that all students receive instruction that is informed by the science of learning. This is one of those episodes that is jammed packed full of insights and interesting tidbits, including … Continue readin…
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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. Subscribe to this podcast on…SpotifyGoogle PodcastsApple PodcastsWordPress I think this episode is a fantastic example of how …
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On the one hand, we can imagine that starting by having students explore the problem could help them analyze the problem more fully, and perhaps open their eyes to the knowledge gaps they have around that topic. On the other hand, providing students with a problem they can't possibly solve on their own could frustrate … Continue reading S2E18: Milo…
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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.Subscribe to this podcast on…SpotifyG…
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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 conferenc…
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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 Evi…
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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, …
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In this episode, Sarah Cottingham discusses effective teacher professional development, as well as one of the most powerful strategies derived from cognitive science: retrieval practice. First things first, what is retrieval practice? Retrieval practice is the use of practice tests or quizzes to enhance learning. Research has repeatedly demonstrate…
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In this episode, I have the pleasure of interviewing Britain's "strictest" headmistress, Katharine Birbalsingh. Katharine is the founder of Michaela Community School, a secondary school in London that always seems to be mired in controversy. As other school leaders have sought to innovate their programs by opting for child-led learning and a softer…
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This week I'm speaking with an all-around legend, Bradley Busch, co-author of The Science of Learning, 99 Studies that Every Teacher Needs to Know. Subscribe to this podcast on…SpotifyGoogle PodcastsApple PodcastsWordPress Bradley works at InnerDrive, a UK-based professional development company that specializes in bringing the science of learning t…
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In this episode of the Progressively Incorrect podcast, I talk substitute and supply teaching with Broccoli Guy (real name: Jim Stewart Allen)! Broccoli Guy is a bit of a local celebrity over here in the Pacific Northwest of the United States. Tune in to any of the Seattle sports games, and the probability is high … Continue reading S2E10: Jim “Bro…
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Somehow, someway, we are already on episode 9 of season 2 of the Progressively Incorrect podcast! Today I have the absolute pleasure of talking with the incredible Nate Joseph, the author of the Scientific Principles of Teaching (check out this page for all his books) Nate is a fan of secondary meta-analysis, a methodology popularized … Continue re…
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One of my biggest triggers is when a presenter at an education conference will claim, without being able to point to an article or a body of research, that x, y or z is research-based. And more often than not, their research-free claim is accompanied by weird brain-based language. "We know that play-based learning works … Continue reading S2E8: Kri…
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In this episode of the amazing Progressively Incorrect podcast, I had the pleasure of interviewing Jo Castelino, a secondary school science teacher based in West Yorkshire in the UK, and one of my absolute favorite bloggers about the art and science of great science teaching. When I was training to be a teacher, science was … Continue reading S2E7:…
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In this episode of the Progressively Incorrect podcast, I am excited to be talking to Courtney Ostaff, author of The Teaching Online Handbook and the forthcoming book on homeschooling: How to Homeschool the Kids You Have. Before I knew Courtney Ostaff as Courtney Ostaff, I knew her as the anonymous Twitter user, StuckintheMiddle, during the … Conti…
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This is a lovely episode that I recorded towards the end of the summer featuring two of my favorite people in education and edutwitter, Becky Lim and Dr. Matthew Rhoads. Becky and Matt are enthusiastic about the potential for edtech in the classroom, and in this episode they share some of their strategies for developing … Continue reading S2E5: Bec…
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In this episode, I had the pleasure of interviewing Dr. Sarah Powell. Sarah is Associate Professor in the Department of Special Education at the University of Texas at Austin. She has become a go-to expert for research into interventions for students with mathematics difficulties, and she has co-authored an important paper with Elizabeth Hughes and…
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In the previous episode of the Progressively Incorrect podcast, I spoke with Jasmine Lane about how teachers should focus on developing their subject knowledge and automaticity with teaching routines in order to move students forward. However, much of our discussion centered around her experience of moving from Minnesota to teach in London, where, …
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In this episode of the Progressively Incorrect podcast, I had the pleasure of speaking with Jasmine Lane. Jasmine is a secondary English teacher who recently moved from the U.S. to teach in England. I first came across Jasmine through her blog, jasmineteaches.wordpress.com, which was originally about her experiences as a first-year teacher. Back in…
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