Classroom

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In The Moment … August 11, 2020 Show 878 Hour 1

As students head back to the classroom in a few weeks, a portion of them may be dealing with anxiety issues. Naturally, this imbalance could lead to other disruptions whether it be in the classroom or at home. Today we speak with professionals and ask their guidance in best dealing with this. Cherise LeRew is a licensed psychologist with Black Hills Psychology, and Sarah Konrady is also a licensed psychologist with Sanford.

What Does A "COVID Safe" Classroom Look Like?

Aug 3, 2020
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In The Moment … August 3, 2020 Show 872 Hour 1

Today we welcome Sanford Health's Dr. Wendell Hoffman back to the program. We're going to talk about the emerging research about kids and teenagers and Sars-CoV-2 transmission. What does a safer classroom look like? In the absence of a statewide mandate for school openings and classroom mitigation efforts, how can parents and teachers evaluate the science we currently have so they can make smart decisions about how to live out personal responsibility during the pandemic? 

SDPB News: July 31

Jul 31, 2020
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Why is the state medical association drafting the opposition towards legalizing both recreational and medical marijuana? Plus, how will the state's largest school district plan on safely getting kids back in the classrooms?

"Teachers Of The Year" Offer Teaching From Home Tips

Apr 29, 2020
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In The Moment ... April 28, 2020 Show 806 Hour 1

The University of South Dakota School of Education is hosting a professional development workshop this week on the topic of Culturally Responsive Teaching. Renowned scholar Dr. Geneva Gay will begin with a keynote speech this Wednesday at 6:00 p.m. in Vermillion. Today, Dr. Donald Easton-Brooks, Dean of the School of Education, joins Dakota Midday for a conversation about what culturally responsive teaching looks like in the classroom. From notions of privilege, to eliminating micro-aggressions, Brooks explores overcoming cultural bias to embrace success for all students.

Social Media Use In The Classroom

Nov 21, 2012

Black Hills State University professors Mary Caton-Rosser, Gina Gibson and Barbara Looney talk about their study of integrating social media use in the classroom to enhance learning. Their research on social media use in the classroom has been selected for an international conference. The trio's paper is presented at the fifth annual International Conference of Education, Research and Innovation held this week in Madrid, Spain. The conference is an international forum to present and share experiences in the fields of education, research and innovation.