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Episode 82: UNPOPULAR OPINIONS: TEACHER EDITION PART 1

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Have you seen those “unpopular opinion” posts all over social media lately? There are so many different topics people have been sharing so we decided to get your feedback on your unpopular opinions about education. After minutes of asking our listeners to share their unpopular opinions, Marie was FLOODED with responses. There were so many good ones that we decided to share them all with you in not one, but two episodes!

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    Episode 84: COLLABORATIVE READING WORKSHOP: IN OUR CLASSROOMS

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    This episode will be a continuation of last week’s episode where we had Jolene Heinemann join us as a guest to talk about choice reading. Choice reading is so important because it truly helps compartmentalize the choices you have when designing units and creating reading programs. This episode will give you a clearer vision on what reading units are supposed to do on their own and what independent reading does on its own. If you take anything from this episode, we want you to consider how choice reading creates a culture of readers and established values. Purchase Choice & Voice: How to Champion Lifelong Literacy Through Collaborative Reader Workshop by Stephanie Fleck and Jolene Heinemann: https://amzn.to/3GCTKHv Join Curriculum Rehab: curriculumrehab.com/course SHOW NOTES: bravenewteaching.com/reading-workshop
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    Episode 83: COLLABORATIVE READING WORKSHOP: INTERVIEW WITH JOLENE

    35:15

    Observing fellow teachers is so beneficial and such a great way to collect new and inspiring ideas to take back to your classroom. Amanda was able to do this recently when she went into the classroom of teacher and author, Jolene Heinemann, to participate in a reader's workshop that Jolene was putting on. Following the workshop, Amanda and Jolene sat down for a debrief in this interview. In addition to learning all about the details of a collaborative reading workshop, you'll also hear about choice reading and why it's so important. Purchase Choice & Voice: How to Champion Lifelong Literacy Through Collaborative Reader Workshop by Stephanie Fleck and Jolene Heinemann: https://amzn.to/3GCTKHv Join Curriculum Rehab: curriculumrehab.com/course SHOW NOTES: bravenewteaching.com/collaborative-reading-workshop
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    Episode 82: UNPOPULAR OPINIONS: TEACHER EDITION PART 1

    42:17

    Have you seen those “unpopular opinion” posts all over social media lately? There are so many different topics people have been sharing so we decided to get your feedback on your unpopular opinions about education. After minutes of asking our listeners to share their unpopular opinions, Marie was FLOODED with responses. There were so many good ones that we decided to share them all with you in not one, but two episodes! Join Curriculum Rehab: curriculumrehab.com/course SHOW NOTES: bravenewteaching.com/unpopular-opinions
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    Episode 81: ESSENTIAL QUESTION WORKSHOP: DYSTOPIA (WOOHOO!)

    36:51

    We’re kicking off season four with one of the topics that we get the most requests for, and that is all things related to essential questions. You want to know how to best write them and use them, so we are sharing a special Dystopian-themed essential question workshop. This workshop is unique because it features a conversation with one of our listeners, Taylor. You'll hear Amanda and Taylor walk through the unfiltered process of crafting an engaging and effective essential question for her Hunger Games unit. Join Curriculum Rehab: curriculumrehab.com/course SHOW NOTES: bravenewteaching.com/essential-question-workshop
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    Episode 80: (RE-RUN) ESSENTIAL QUESTION WORKSHOP: 12TH GRADE LIT

    31:31

    Today's episode is a re-run of one of our favorites. Grab your pen and paper because you may want to take notes on the magic that happens in this episode. We’re doing a LIVE essential question workshop, which we haven’t done since last year (by the way, doesn’t last year feel like a decade ago?).  The point of this workshop is for Marie to plan and prepare essential questions for an upcoming 12th grade literature course. The end goal is to help students begin to find ways to recognize all the various parts of themselves through characters in texts.  Lucky for all of us, Amanda is absolutely incredible at writing and thinking through essential questions. Together we’ll talk through the themes we want to cover and the outcomes we want students to have as we craft an engaging and thought-provoking question. The essential questions writing process is SO much more enjoyable when you can go through it with someone else. It truly is a process and you have to say the bad ideas out loud before you can get to the good ones! As you begin to create your own EQs this year, just keep in mind that students thrive on predictability and routine. In other words, keep it simple! Join Curriculum Rehab: curriculumrehab.com/course SHOW NOTES: bravenewteaching.com/episode59
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    Episode 79: (RE-RUN) TO TEACH SHAKESPEARE

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    Today's episode is a re-run of one of our very favorite episodes where we share all about the Bard! We took listener questions about Shakespeare - planning, teaching, assessing, and more - and answered them in the nerdiest teacher way we could! PLUS a big announcement - registration is now open for the 2021 Shakespeare Teacher Festival (April 5-10, 2021). This free festival includes our best teaching tips & strategies for including Shakespeare in your classroom, and you won't want to miss it! Go to www.bravenewteaching.com/shakespeare to register! CLICK HERE FOR SHOW NOTES
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    Episode 78: OUR TOP 9 OF 2021

    33:48

    2021 is coming to a close and it's the perfect time to share our top 9 from this year. We're listing our 3 favorite things that we have in common as well as each of our favorite book, resource, and recipe! This Top 9 activity is so fun to do with your students as well and can be used in several different ways. Don't worry, we'll give you ideas on how you can use it in your classroom too! SHOW NOTES: bravenewteaching.com/home/our-top-9-of-2021 Join Curriculum Rehab: https://www.curriculumrehab.com/course
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    Episode 77: PLAN WITH US: FIRST DAY BACK IN JANUARY

    23:48

    Nothing compares to the dreaded Sunday scaries after a long break. Fear not, friends. Let’s talk through how you can make decisions in December that will make your life easier that first day back in January. We guarantee that anxiety will decrease if your copies are made and lesson plans are drafted before break starts. We’re going to help you prepare now so that you aren’t scrambling the day before school is back in session. SHOW NOTES: bravenewteaching.com/home/plan-with-us Join Curriculum Rehab: https://www.curriculumrehab.com/course
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    Episode 76: END OF SEMESTER BACKWARD PLANNING FOR THE WIN

    34:24

    End-of-semester grading, gift giving, party planning, parent phone calls, and IEP updates are just some of the many many tasks on your shoulders during this time of year. Are you feeling the weight of getting everything done before you walk out of your classroom door for winter break? We have solutions for you as we help you backwards plan your way to freedom. SHOW NOTES:  bravenewteaching.com/home/backwards-planning Join Curriculum Rehab: https://www.curriculumrehab.com/course
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    Episode 75: WE'RE THANKFUL FOR SESAME STREET QUIZZES

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    Happy Thanksgiving, friends! We are so very thankful for YOU and all that you do to support this podcast. We wanted to do something fun for today's episode, and if you know us then it probably comes as no surprise that fun sometimes comes in the form of formative assessments! Specifically, a Sesame Street Quiz. That's right, we've got a Thanksgiving themed Sesame Street Quiz on today's show. We hope you enjoy it. If you have questions about how to create engaging assessments that assess more than just student recall, head over to our FREE "Down With the Reading Quiz" Masterclass: curriculumrehab.com/masterclass  SHOW NOTES:  bravenewteaching.com/home/thankful-for-sesame-street-quizzes  

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