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An Internet Radio Show for educators brought to you from the experts in teaching education, Marygrove College. Helping teachers become better educators since 1905.

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Sometimes, the professional journey a teacher goes through in order to teach is over shadowed by the demands of the job itself. Since 2009, the State of Michigan has required that teachers take an approved Reading Course to move... more

Nearly 30% of students in grades 6-12 report experiencing some form of bullying, but one Ohio Kindergarten teacher says that she sees the behavior already forming in her classroom and has taken a proactive approach to stopping it... more

It's not uncommon to hear how unpopular the subject of Math is among students. Why is it that way? Is it the subject or the way we teach it? Educators are learning that the key to engaging students in the often unpopular subject of math may... more

So you've earned the teaching certificate, you have secured your first teaching job, you waited for this moment for as long as you can remember, but now what? Many teachers quickly find that although they have completed the steps to... more

Are you ready for the BIG changes that will affect your science classroom? The national standard for science will change in 2014, and it's going to look much different than the science we grew up with. As American students struggle to... more

On the last episode of Teacher Talk we talked with Larry ?Lak? Henderson who just released his top selling educational rap cd entitled, Lesson One: Hip-hop and education. Today we are going to review some of the most influential and... more

When many educators think of Hip-Hop music, they are likely to call it a distraction to learning as opposed to a conduit for it. Is it possible to use one of the fastest growing popular music genres to engage students? Can it make... more

As society continues to change, so does the role of the teacher. For decades the role of teacher has evolved from lesson planning and curriculum creation, to motivating and inspiring students, but is it too much responsibility for a teacher... more

Bennie S. Covington interviews Marygrove College's Academic Director for the Master in the Art of Teaching program, Diane Brown Ph.D. about a recent study that suggests the majority of teachers are not in favor of standardized tests... more
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