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Lynn Brunelle Turn this book into a beehive

Episode 40: Making Science Fun Again

How can you make science cool?Lynn Brunelle is a four-time Emmy Award-winning writer for "Bill Nye the Science Guy," and she describes her time working...

Episode 18 – Flipping your classroom

Flipped learning is a pedagogy that's becoming more common in classrooms around the country. Classes are traditional structured where class time is reserved for the...
Novel Math Class

Episode 43: Why this educator reads a novel to his pre-algebra class

For more than a decade, Joel Bezaire has been reading "The Curious Incident of The Dog in the Night-Time" to his pre-algebra students. The main...
Vision for Baltimore

Glasses Gap: Can free eyeglasses for students in need boost test scores?

Over the next couple of years Baltimore City schools are hoping to answer a question that you may be surprised has never been asked. Can you close the reading gap between poor and wealthy students, by simply providing students in need with free glasses. 

Episode 51: Replacing detention with meditation

When teachers at Robert W. Coleman Elementary in Baltimore are struggling with a students' behavior, the educators have an alternative to detention. They can...

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