Learn. Teach. Lead. Radio Interview: Learning to Choose, Choosing to Learn

Learn. Teach. Lead. Radio Interview: Learning to Choose, Choosing to Learn

In May of 2016 I was interviewed on ASCD’s Learn. Teach. Lead. Radio program on the BAM! Radio Network to discuss a few ideas from my newest book, Learning to Choose, Choosing to Learn: The Key to Student Motivation and Achievement. Original link: http://www.bamradionetwork.com/ascd-learn-teach-lead-radio/3879-5-ways-to-restore-joyful-learning-do-this-not-that

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7 Habits of a Healthy Educator

This article appeared on the NEA Member Benefits site: http://www.neamb.com/professional-resources/healthy-educator-habits.htm?utm_source=TWCD0915&utm_medium=referral&utm_campaign=wall-post With each school year comes the chance to be proactive about your health. You can fight off chronic low energy, constant sniffles and stress headaches before they pull you under. In fact, not having a plan for

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Re:Teaching – A Conversation with Mike Anderson

Originally posted on The Teacher Learning Sessions site: http://teacherlearningsessions.com/podcast/reteaching/mike-anderson/ Mike Anderson is an author, an award-winning educator, and an independent educational consultant.  In addition to other books, Mike wrote The Well Balanced Teacher, The First Six Weeks of School (2nd Edition), and The Research-Ready Classroom. After 15 years as

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Time Management Tips to Help Achieve a Work-Life Balance–NEA Member Benefits

Original Article: http://www.neamb.com/professional-resources/how-to-achieve-classroom-family-balance-guilt-free.htm You don’t have to choose between being a good parent and being a good teacher with these helpful productivity tips. For Mike Anderson, fatherhood felt like a second full-time job. He would come home from a long day with his fifth graders, and his

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Beating Teacher Burnout – Scholastic

Orignial Article: http://www.scholastic.com/teachers/article/beating-teacher-burnout What Causes Burnout? On top of everyday stressors like scant resources and long hours, there’s a surprising culprit behind many cases of burnout: teachers’ own beliefs that they’re not able to do all the different (and changing) parts of their job well. Even skilled veterans

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