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New teacher? Seasoned veteran? Leader in a school or district? No matter what your role, being in education these days is tough. We’re here to help. Join us every other week as we tackle challenging issues in education with experts in the field and discuss how to inspire meaningful, vibrant, and fun PD, shifting perceptions about professional learning. Check us out on BlogTalkRadio, iTunes, and Stitcher. #anewkindofPD podcast from Teaching Channel - Rethink professional learning with us.

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Inclusion is something educators often are asked to do in their classrooms. But what if we redefined inclusion from just Special Education students to all learners? Listen to teacher and author Shelley Moore (@tweetsomemoore) as she... more

Join Engagement Manager Paul Teske as he interviews Michelle Roundy from Teton schools as she describes how their blended studio model is infused with video analysis without the use of subs. There is an accompanying blog... more

Join Channa Comer, former NYC middle school science teacher and current Albert Einstein Distinguished Educator Fellow, currently serving in the Office of Science at the U.S. Department of Energy, as she discusses how incorporating... more

Nate Bowling, 2016 Washington State Teacher of the Year, explains how Teachers United, an adovcacy group made up of teachers has successfully influenced policy at the state level. Gather your X-Men colleagues and see what... more

Join teacher and founder of The Nora Project, Amanda Martinsen, as she explans just what type of PD it takes to get teachers and students to embed empathy in the classroom. The Nora Project aligns to her state standards while teaching... more

Teacher shortage. We hear about it in the media often, but Vice President for Policy to Practice, Dr. Stephanie Wood-Garnett from the Alliance for Excellent Education says we need to shift that conversation. It's a complex issue about... more

Malverne District Assistant Superintendent Rose Ricca and 2007 New York State Teacher of the Year Marguerite Izzo talk about their grassroots implementation that resulted in impactful learning and growth for teachers and students.... more

How do pre-service teachers of the deaf learn to coach families? What does their preparation program look and sound like? Hear from Dr. Jenna Voss of Fontbonne University in St. Louis as she shares with the larger teaching... more

Moms as principals, two tough jobs and one amazing network that is growing, supporting, and learning from one another through social media. Hear how this group created their own PLN through Voxer, Twitter, blogging, and each other as... more

Join Kuwait America Foundation Executive Director Basma Rayess as she discusses the importance of giving student voice to finding solutions to community violence. This program empowers students to choose other ways to express... more

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