Episode 46: Make Way for Spoon-Licker

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Show Notes

Introduction:

Followup:

Teacher Hacks:

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  • Paul is a big fan of purposeless walking
  • Paul’s Question Dice

Sponsorship:

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Dear Hive Mind

  • David asks the Vectors for suggestions about helping increase student assessment item comprehension AND/OR help with the observation that his 27 student section of Honors Chemistry consistently scores lower on assessments than his 19 student section. Help him hive mind!

This Week's Topic: Effective Science Bosses

  • The best boss is probably not someone you think of as your boss.
  • You can’t be a good boss if you aren’t a good manager.
  • How does a boss effectively move a department?
  • What are the differences between being a good boss of teachers and a good teacher of children?
  • How does a boss deliver the bad news effectively?
  • Dear Bosses: Don’t lie. Also, communicate with your teachers.

TWIL:

Supplementary Notes: