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3Ps in a Pod

Oct 25, 2018

In education, what calls us to step up and speak out? As a teacher, how can you show up for the profession and your students? Today on #3PsinaPod, Nancy Flanagan shares what we need to do if we want policy leaders to hear us — it’s more than writing in our journals. The 45-year teaching veteran and published author...


Oct 18, 2018

Zaretta Hammond’s book, Culturally Responsive Teaching and the Brain, is shifting the way we think about classroom instruction. On today’s episode of #3PsinaPod, Mary and Danielle chat with the author to see why we must refrain from trying to drive our students’ learning, and in turn, allow them to take the...


Oct 16, 2018

You’re listening to a bonus episode of #3PsinaPod. Today, we’re interviewing the Republican and Democratic candidates for Arizona Superintendent of Public Instruction. Frank Riggs and Kathy Hoffman talk with National Board Certified Teachers Donnie Dicus and Beth Maloney about what motivated them to run for office....


Oct 11, 2018

The scientific process can be daunting. How do you balance fun and content-based instruction? As 21st-century educators, we have to find a way to marry the two. This week on #3PsinaPod, Dr. John Almarode shares practical strategies and best practices for visible learning in the area of science. The author...


Oct 4, 2018

Special education is a pivotal arm of our learning communities. As educators, are we truly aware of all that goes into individualized education programs (IEPs)? Whether we think about it daily or not, laws have been put in place for all students, including those with special needs. This week on #3PsinaPod, we talk...