We are joined once by our chief lobbyist, Steve Beebe from Beebe, Scherer and Associates. We welcome Steve and look forward to his thoughts on this week’s actions at the State House.
Good news on Monday as the 13th Check cruised through the House unanimously and heads over to the Senate with co-sponsors Sen. Boots and Niezgodski, bi-partisan support.
We are joined by our chief lobbyist, Steve Beebe from Beebe, Scherer and Associates. We welcome Steve and look forward to catching up on the general assembly for the past two weeks.
We are seeing education funding taking center stage early in the session. The governor is getting creative, legislature is working on a few bills.
What have you seen pop up that you find curious or interesting?
Today we are joined by Shannon Anderson from Rensselaer Elementary. We welcome Mrs. Anderson and look forward to her thoughts on various educational topics, instructional and classroom ideas and as an author of children’s books. Shannon is a wife, mother, runner, educator, author, and workshop presenter. In this episode, Shannon and I discuss applying Growth Mindset concepts in the classroom. Shannon answers these questions and much more:
- What made you decide to incorporate Growth Mindset concepts into your classroom?
- What were some of the first steps, activities that you used to kick it off?
- How long did it take to get the procedures set up?
We are joined once again by our chief lobbyist, Steve Beebe from Beebe, Scherer and Associates. We welcome Steve and look forward to his thoughts on this year’s General Assembly begins.
Spending time with your grandchildren is always a delight, but as they grow older, they take a little more effort to entertain.
If you don’t have something planned for them, they will end up zoning out in front of the television while your hours slip away. However, by the time you reach your senior years, it is important to keep your safety -- and the little ones’ -- in mind.
Practical skills like classroom management and positive behavior strategies are vitally important tools in a teacher's toolkit. Most of these skills are learned on the job, rather than in the university classroom, so inexperienced teachers often struggle with creating a positive environment in their classrooms.
Why is classroom management important, and how does it affect student learning? Let's explore this issue together.
Welcome to Indiana EdCast! We are joined by our chief lobbyist, Steve Beebe from Beebe, Scherer and Associates as we discuss PMOC, the midterm election, committees, and the crystal ball into the upcoming session.