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The Whole Child Podcast: Changing the Conversation About Education

  1. Every Child. Whatever It Takes.2017/04/06
    Guests: 2017 Vision in Action: The ASCD Whole Child Award-winning School Butterield Trail Middle School, Van Buren, Arkansas - Recorded live at ASCD Empower17 in Anaheim, California, ASCD recognizes the school's tremendous dedication and many accomplishments through a discusion around the importance of relationships, culture, healthy and safe environment, and community involvement.
  2. Empowering Educators2016/06/23
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  3. The Engagement Gap2016/05/19
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  4. Supporting Students for Success2016/04/07
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  5. Learning for All: The Importance of Culturally Responsive Classrooms2016/03/03
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  6. Empowering Our Culturally and Linguistically Diverse English Learners2016/02/11
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  7. Every Teacher Is a Leader2016/01/21
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  8. Teaching Is a Team Sport2015/12/03
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  9. Beyond Test Scores: Other Data to Support Student Success2015/11/05
    Guests: Marc Brackett, Anthony Cody, and Joshua P. Starr - Data, data, and more data. Educators are asked to gather and interpret student data to guide improvement, measure student learning, and track efforts to engage and support learners. On this episode we explore the data schools and districts collect and how to translate them into meaningful action.
  10. When It Comes to Learning, Emotions Play An Important Role2015/10/01
    Guests: Jeffrey Benson, Giacomo Bono, Laurie A. Namey - How educators respond to students' emotions and emotional behaviors can have lifelong effects—on students' academic growth, on the way they see themselves as people, and on the well-being of all the other students. In this episode, we explore how we all can help develop kids who are emotionally healthy and resilient.
  11. Using Essential Questions to Uncover Content and Spark Thinking2015/09/03
    Students learn best when they are engaged in what they are learning and why they are learning it. In this episode, we explore what makes questions essential, how they are used to engage learners in thoughtful "meaning making," and how they help develop and deepen understanding of important ideas and processes.
  12. One Size Doesn't Fit All: Teachers Share Strategies to Engage Parents and Families2015/08/06
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  13. Whole Child Across the States: How Are We Doing?2015/06/11
    How well are we, as a nation, supporting the whole child? On this episode, we explore ASCD's Whole Child Snapshots and how they can be used to prompt conversations about how well states support the whole child, where they need to improve, and what strategies can help them meet the comprehensive needs of children.
  14. School Improvement Success: School Leaders Discuss the ASCD Whole Child Approach2015/06/11
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  15. Reflective Teachers Are More Effective: Improvement Doesn't Happen by Accident2015/05/04
    On this episode, we explore how to develop and grow our capacity for success through self-reflection and its impact on student learning, the quality of our schools, and the state of our profession.
  16. Teaching Students, Not Subjects2015/04/02
    Recorded live at the 70th ASCD Annual Conference and Exhibit Show in Houston, Tex., this episode features teachers and administrators from Magnolia Elementary, the 2015 Vision in Action: The ASCD Whole Child Award-winning school.
  17. Culturally Relevant Teaching: How Do We Create Equitable Learning Environments?2015/03/05
    Students enter the classroom with their own specific learning needs, styles, abilities, and preferences. They also bring with them their own cultures, backgrounds, and personal histories. On this episode of the Whole Child Podcast, we explore what it means to empower students, how to create a positive classroom learning community, and what supports teachers need to serve their diverse students.
  18. Differentiated Instruction Works: How and Why to Do DI2015/02/05
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  19. STEM Makers and Shakers2015/01/08
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  20. Learning and Leading at Every Level: Whole Child Lessons Learned2014/12/11
    What does a whole child education look like in a school setting? Four ASCD leaders share elementary, middle, and high school projects, student outcomes, and lessons learned.
  21. Talking, Listening, Growing2014/11/12
    Talking and listening are indispensable for learning, but they are also crucial for development and our growth as individuals. Whether developing understanding, conveying meaning, sharing thoughts, sparking new ideas, forming friendships, developing empathy, or even learning how to collaborate and cooperate, the ability to communicate effectively and skillfully is fundamental.
  22. Working Together to Improve Learning and Health: The Public Health Perspective2014/10/10
    The Whole School, Whole Community, Whole Child model released by the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and ASCD in spring 2014 is the next evolution for coordinated school health. In this episode, we look in depth at the new model: its rationale, objectives, and potential to develop a collaborative cross-sector approach to learning and health.
  23. Working Together to Improve Learning and Health: The Education Perspective2014/10/10
    Learning and health are symbiotic—what boosts one boosts the other. In this episode, we discuss the potential for education to utilize the benefits inherent in a healthy learning environment and how unifying the fields of education and health in the school and community setting aid the growth, development, and learning of the child.
  24. Baruti Kafele on Motivation: Linking Attitude to Achievement2014/09/23
    In this episode, ASCD's Sean Slade speaks one-on-one with author and veteran educator Baruti Kafele about how knowing your students, intentionally creating a positive school climate and culture, and making learning relevant sets the stage for students to be motivated to succeed.
  25. Hope, Meaning, and Challenge: The Building Blocks of Motivation2014/09/10
    Teachers know that engaging and inspiring students initially requires building positive relationships and creating relevant learning experiences. In this episode, our guests take a look at how teachers can spark inner motivation in all students and create meaningful connections that get students excited about learning.
  26. Believing in Students So They Believe In Themselves2014/06/12
    Ask educators why they went into teaching, and the majority will respond that they wanted to make a difference in the lives of young people. In this episode, our guests will share what led them to teaching, what inspires them, and how they make a difference in their students' lives and learning.
  27. Glowing, Growing, and Getting Back to the Real Basics2014/04/15
    In this era of school reform, turn around, and educational change, it is easy to overlook the basics of why we educate and what we want for our children. What are the fundamental elements and habits that bring us together and set the stage for lasting, comprehensive school improvement?
  28. Whole Child Symposium Town Hall Discussion: Bringing the Questions Together2014/03/19
    The decisions we make today -- for our systems, our schools, and our classrooms -- will affect what all of our tomorrows will look like tomorrow. This month ASCD launches its inaugural Whole Child Symposium -- a conversation about the future of education comprising three events over eight weeks that includes not only some of the leading educators and thinkers, but also you and your voice.
  29. Bring Yourself to Work Every Day to Build Trust, Morale, and Culture2014/02/27
    School cultures should support, reinforce, and reflect the well-being of everyone in it, ensuring that students and adults feel valued, respected, and cared for and are motivated to learn, lead, and teach. In this episode of the Whole Child Podcast, we take a look at how we build school morale so that administrators, teachers, students, and parents are energized and positive about learning.
  30. Personalized Learning Starts with Personal Relationships2013/12/19
    How do we help each student succeed? One promising way is to personalize learning and put each student at the center of her learning experience. In this episode of the Whole Child Podcast, we take a look at personalizing learning on the ground and in schools and the importance of relationships in activating students to take charge of their learning.
  31. Yong Zhao on Personalized Learning: What Do We Need in the 21st Century?2013/12/17
    How do we help each student succeed? One promising way is to personalize learning and put each student at the center of her learning experience. In this episode of the Whole Child Podcast, host Sean Slade, director of ASCD's Whole Child Programs, speaks one-on-one with professor and author Yong Zhao.
  32. Aiming High: Working Through the Common Core Shifts2013/11/07
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  33. Early Childhood Education: Balancing Expectations and What Young Learners Really Need2013/10/10
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  34. Is Resilience the Secret to Student Success?2013/09/05
    Resilience is more than a trait: it's a process that can and should be taught, learned, and required. Being resilient helps youth navigate the world around them, and schools and classrooms are becoming more attuned to providing the cognitive, emotional, and developmental supports needed for resilience to prosper and grow in each of us.
  35. Make and Take the Time to Reflect, Refresh, and Recharge2013/06/27
    Summer for educators is often a time to look back on the past year -- and look forward to the coming one. What worked, what didn't, and what will you change?
  36. The New Poverty: Dealing with Economic Change2013/05/02
    In today’s global economic state, many families and children face reduced circumstances. What are the implications of this new poverty for schools, many of which have seen drastic changes in the populations they serve and their communities?
  37. Walking in a Principal's Shoes2013/04/11
    Principals are the key players in developing the climate, culture, and processes in their schools. They are critical to implementing meaningful and lasting school change and in the ongoing school-improvement process. The role of a principal has changed dramatically in recent years and will likely change even more in the future.
  38. Leveling and Raising the Playing Field2013/04/04
    Many schools have made great strides in addressing students' needs, but some schools have gone further. They have taken an issue that was initially a need and used it to enhance and improve what the school offers.
  39. How Can We Make Our Schools Safer?2013/02/14
    Safety is and will always be a fundamental concern for schools. What do we, as educators, believe is crucial to making our schools safe -- not just physically safe, but safe places to teach and learn.
  40. Great Expectations: Transforming Practice Through Common Core Implementation2013/01/17
    We as educators have a unique opportunity to reset the playing field and make the Common Core State Standards work for us. Now is the time for us to take control and become empowered in the process.
  41. Fair and Effective Teacher Evaluation2012/11/15
    Teacher effectiveness is dependent on accurate and fair evaluations, based on multiple measures, including -- but not solely based around -- their students' performance in the subjects they teach.
  42. Leading and Changing School Culture2012/10/29
    Students are a part of the school community and can play powerful roles as leaders in a positive school culture. In cultivating students as leaders, schools provide opportunities for personal engagement; skill development for future college, career, and citizenship; and a richer experience for all.
  43. Respecting and Reflecting School Culture2012/10/25
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  44. What Does It Take for Children to Be Mentally Healthy?2012/05/03
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  45. Coordinated and Collaborative Responses to Diverse Student Needs2012/04/16
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  46. Whole Child Around the World: A Good School Is a Good School2012/03/08
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  47. Using Engaging Learning Strategies to Connect School to the Real World2012/02/09
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  48. The Future of Assessment2012/01/12
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  49. Assessment 1012011/12/07
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  50. More than Just Gym: Integrating Movement Across the School Day2011/11/03
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  51. Building a Better School Community: Using PLCs to Support Student Success2011/10/06
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  52. Partnerships Between Home and School: The Real Missing Link?2011/09/08
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  53. Inclusive Learning: Meeting Each Student's Special Needs2011/08/03
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  54. School Environments: Transforming Learning Spaces2011/06/09
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  55. Beyond Our Halls and Walls: Getting to Community Engagement2011/05/12
    There is much talk about the need for community involvement in educating the whole child. But, who is the community and what does sustainable community involvment look like? In this episode of the Whole Child Podcast, learn what it means for communities to be involved in schools and how everyone has a role to play in ensuring that each student is healthy, safe, engaged, supported, and challenged.
  56. The Middle Grades: Zits, Braces, and Hormones2011/04/14
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  57. Ready and Able: An Interivew with Jay Mathews2011/03/29
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  58. Ready and Able: College, Career, and Citizenship in the 21st Century2011/03/27
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  59. Teaching in a Digital World: Connecting and Empowering the Whole Child2011/02/03
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  60. PE, Recess, and Beyond: The Implications of Movement2010/12/09
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  61. Applying Developmental Science to Impact Teaching and Learning2010/11/04
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  62. The Critical Role of the Arts Throughout a Whole Child Education2010/10/06
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  63. A Whole Child Approach to Addressing Bullying2010/09/07
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  64. The Whole Child Needs a Whole Teacher2010/08/05
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  65. Summer Learning and Development2010/06/03
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  66. Developing Principals to Lead a Whole Child School2010/05/06
    Download the May Whole Child Podcast to learn more about building the capacity of principals to lead effective and systemic school reform. Our guests discuss what kind of principal development leads to results for students and discuss the current landscape of principal leadership and future directions of leadership development.
  67. Future Directions: Examining the Blueprint for Reauthorizing ESEA2010/04/08
    The federal government recently released the blueprint for reauthorizing the Elementary and Secondary Education Act (ESEA). In this episode of the Whole Child Podcast, learn more about the direction of the ESEA Blueprint and what it means for the whole child, educators, and families.
  68. Putting Vision into Action for the Whole Child2010/03/08
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  69. School Climate: Developing the Quality and Character of School Life2010/02/04
    How can schools develop a positive school climate that fosters teaching, learning, and the development of the whole child? Research and common sense reaffirm that focusing on the social and educational atmosphere is critical to student success, yet many schools and districts do not assess climate or include it in school improvement plans.
  70. Meeting Students Where They Are: Preparing Them for What's Next2010/01/07
    Each student brings a unique set of interests, needs, strengths, and circumstances to school and teachers often struggle to connect with students, especially those facing the greatest challenges. On this episode of the Whole Child Podcast, our guests share strategies for meeting students where they are now, while preparing them for the challenges and opportunities that lay ahead.
  71. Rural Education: Challenges and Opportunities2009/12/03
    Rural schools are very diverse -- ethnically, socioeconomically, and geographically -- and often face a complex set of challenges. In this episode of the Whole Child Podcast, our guests share their research and experience to help us understand the diversity of this population of ten million students, nearly one fifth of the U.S. student population.
  72. Supporting Students to Succeed: Keeping Kids from Checking Out and Dropping Out2009/11/05
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  73. Engaging Stakeholders Through Community Conversations2009/10/01
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  74. Preparing for H1N12009/09/10
    This episode of the Whole Child Podcast features guests that shed light on the opportunities and challenges of coordinating school responses to a potential H1N1 outbreak.
  75. Partnering to Transform the Conditions of Learning: Families and Educators Together2009/08/13
    While research and common sense tell us that families are a powerful influence on children's attitudes about learning and their success in school, we also know that educators and families often struggle to find meaningful ways to partner together. In light of what we know and what we're committed to, how can we strategically transform family involvement in schools?
  76. Data: What We Don't Know May Hurt Us2009/07/16
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  77. Schools + Communities = Success for the Whole Child2009/06/04
    We know that children grow physically, socially, emotionally, ethically, expressively, and intellectually within networks of families, schools, neighborhoods, communities, and our larger society. And we know schools alone can't meet the needs of each child. So why not bring everyone to the table?
  78. Supporting Student Voice for Meaningful Change2009/05/07
    On this month's Whole Child Podcast, we explore how adults and children can work together to solve social or environmental problems, from school reform to global warming.
  79. Understanding the Education Stimulus Package2009/04/16
    This special edition of the Whole Child Podcast outlines the stimulus plan for education and describe how the funds can be used for school improvement activities, including capacity-building professional development. Our guests will help educators understand and take advantage of the unique opportunities available to them and their students.
  80. Meeting the Needs of English Language Learners2009/04/09
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  81. Closing the Believing, Doing Gap2009/03/15
    This episode of the Whole Child Podcast was recorded live at ASCD's Annual Conference on March 14, 2009. Host Molly McCloskey tasked the two guests with providing advice on how to close the "believing, doing gap." In other words, how do we move from believing all children need to be healthy, safe, engaged, supported, and challenged, to actually making that happen?
  82. How Urban Schools Work Beyond the Boundaries of Social and Economic Conditions2009/02/05
    In this month's Whole Child Podcast, we hear from three experts about the struggles and strategies of urban school districts and how they are working to meet the needs of the whole child.
  83. Education and the New Administration2009/01/08
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  84. Beyond the Test Bubble: Accountability, Expectations, and Planning2008/12/04
    How can we hold schools accountable, while ensuring that students receive a rich education, graduate from high school, and are prepared for the challenges of the 21st century? This month on the whole child podcast, we hear from three experts.
  85. Developing Students' Global Understanding 2008/11/06
    In our increasingly interconnected global society and economy, it's imperative that students understand the world we live in. Three leaders in international education joined us for the second episode of "The Whole Child: Changing the Conversation About Education."
  86. Join the Conversation2008/10/02
    The premiere episode features segments on public opinion of public schools, community engagement in education, and creating healthy schools.
The Whole Child Podcast: Changing the Conversation About Education
http://www.wholechildeducation.org/podcast
The Whole Child Podcast: Changing the Conversation About Education seeks to inform and engage educators, parents, community members -- and you -- about what works in today's schools. Guests include educational leaders, practitioners, policymakers, researchers, and students from around the globe who share their insights about sound education policies and practices that ensure that each student is healthy, safe, engaged, supported, and challenged.

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