Fueling Your Growth Mindset: Two Interviews

I recently had the pleasure of doing two interviews. One was facilitated by Larry Ferlazzo from Education Week. Two other educators and I discussed articles that had a big impact on our teaching: BAM Radio 4/18/18. You can also read my EdWeek article on this subject. I also was interviewed by Melissa Hallman, a graduate student at Wilkes … Continue reading Fueling Your Growth Mindset: Two Interviews

Fads or Foundations?: Class Dismissed Podcast interview

I had the pleasure of being interviewed by Nick Ortego for the Class Dismissed Podcast. The subject was my article for Education Week, "Enduring the Educational Pendulum", and my latest book, Talented Teachers, Empowered Parents, Successful Students!  Listen to the interview here. (You can fast forward to 21:30 for my twenty-minute interview.) Educators are tied to … Continue reading Fads or Foundations?: Class Dismissed Podcast interview

Enduring the Educational Pendulum: Education Week guest article

After twenty-four years in the classroom, teaching gets tougher for me with every sweeping swing of the educational pendulum. Like clockwork, a “new” strategy or solution is inevitably espoused, everyone eagerly (or forcibly) jumps on the bandwagon, and the poor baby is again thrown out with the bathwater. Occasionally, these shifts are truly progressive and … Continue reading Enduring the Educational Pendulum: Education Week guest article

Handling the Toughest Teaching Moments: BAM Radio interview

Check out this short (only eight minutes!) Q&A facilitated by Larry Ferlazzo from Education Week. Two other educators and I discuss how we deal with the toughest parts of teaching: BAM Radio 3/23/17. You can also read my EdWeek article on this subject.

Helping Students Develop Self-Control: Education Week guest article by Robert Ward

Educators are waking up to the fact that academic learning is intertwined with social, emotional, and soulful learning. Although balance is imperative in helping all students become successful and satisfied, both in the present and future, we still too often approach problems in a one-sided way, neglecting the big picture of the four fundamental needs … Continue reading Helping Students Develop Self-Control: Education Week guest article by Robert Ward