In this episode of the Planning Period Podcast, I interview Assistant Principal, former dean and history teacher, Nicole Mutters. Nicole is a great friend of mine, and we have some equally great discussions about instructional practice. We cover topics such as individualized learning, differentiation, measuring on standard mastery, and more.
I do have to apologize for the audio quality. Nicole sounds completely normal (and she says all the profound and interesting things anyways), but my microphone freaked out on me a bit and I didn’t realize it until after recording. I’ve gone back and done as much re-recording and editing magic as I can, but ultimately, I thought the conversations were worth sharing despite the less-than-stellar audio of my voice.
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