20-21 Podcast

Educationomics: Somewhere in the Middle

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"What I'm teaching you is a set of tools; and, I'm giving you those tools to problem solve." Educationomics: Somewhere in the Middle

This episode offers an intriguing interview with Mrs. Crystal Frommert, Instructional Coach at River Oaks Baptist School in Houston, TX.  She is a math teacher, instructional leader, and writer for Edutopia, an online resource for all thing education. I invite you to listen to Crystal's unique perspective on education from the point-of-view of a "teacher of teachers", and enjoy the development of her career as she plans for a move to, Annunciation Orthodox School (AOS), another independent school here in Houston in the Fall of 2021. Topics Links covered in this episode: River Oaks Baptist School Annunciation Orthodox School Presbyterian School Edutopia – Crystal's Publications can be found here. 4 Ways to Maximize the Benefit of Having an Instructional Coach The Benefits of Guiding Students to Develop Good Habits 5 Keys to Successful Homework Assignments During Remote Learning A Strategy for Building Productive Relationships With Parents Sponsorships: off for this episode — Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/cgramatges/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/cgramatges/support
  1. "What I'm teaching you is a set of tools; and, I'm giving you those tools to problem solve."
  2. "It's a lot of love, and it's a lot of respect…"
  3. Cognitive Load – What is it, and how can we do better?
  4. "Every teacher I met seemed like a rockstar…"
  5. Community Culture and Mind-Brain Education

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