Eduflack readers know that I co-host a regular radio program on the BAM! Radio Network about Common Core and successful implementation efforts around the country. I’ve been doing those segments for about two years now, and greatly enjoy the opportunity to talk with educators and education leaders about what is actually working in our classrooms.
Recently, BAM! decided to launch a new platform called EdWords, providing commentaries that complement the content on its radio programs. I’m proud that Eduflack has been asked to contribute the written word to that platform, writing about Common Core implementation.
The first piece I have up on EdWords is a familiar one to Eduflack readers. Late last year, I wrote of a terrific third grade teacher who was using science and astronomy and non-fiction texts to help teach Common Core standards. That piece is now up at EdWords, focusing on how Common Core and content can get along.
I hope you’ll give it a read and give it a share. And check out all of the fabulous written content that BAM! is now making available to the education community. It is definitely worth the time.
2 thoughts on “BAM! EdWords”
Love your emails. I wonder if you’d like to know about the new Samsung Kids platform on Samsung devices…created by Fingerprint. STEM is a part of the options for kids.
Other thing is the launch of Highlights Hidden Pictures in the app store. 🙂 Much more casual than what you focus on.
If either are remotely interesting, I can send you a concise overview! If not, no worries. Thanks.
Sure. Email me at firstname.lastname@example.org