A Parent’s Guide to Powerful Teaching with Patrice Bain - The Authority Podcast 68

Patrice Bain is a veteran K–12 educator, speaker, and author. 

As a finalist for Illinois Teacher of the Year and a Fulbright Scholar in Europe, she has been featured in national and international podcasts, webinars, presentations, and popular press, including NOVA and Scientific American.

Patrice is co-author of Powerful Teaching and author of A Parent’s Guide to Powerful Teaching, which reinforces the “Teaching Triangle'' of student, parent, and teacher collaboration.

In this episode, Patrice and Ross talk about:
  • The traditional state of the Teaching Triangle
  • How kids learn
  • Why it’s important for parents to know how kids learn
  • The “power tools”: retrieval, spacing, interleaving, and feedback-driven metacognition
  • Daniel Willingham: “Children are more alike than different in terms of how they think and learn.”
  • What are some of the other critical things for educators to communicate to parents?
  • How educators can become better at creating parent engagement
  • Book recommendation: Initium by Emma Turner
A Parent’s Guide to Powerful Teaching is published by John Catt Educational. Learn more at https://www.patricebain.com. 

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About today’s guest
Patrice M. Bain, Ed.S., is a veteran K–12 educator, speaker, and author. As a finalist for Illinois Teacher of the Year and a Fulbright Scholar in Europe, she has been featured in national and international podcasts, webinars, presentations, and popular press, including NOVA and Scientific American. In addition to Powerful Teaching, she also co-authored an essential practice guide for educators: Organizing Instruction and Study to Improve Student Learning, in collaboration with the Institute of Education Sciences (IES). Bain’s latest book A Parent’s Guide to Powerful Teaching reinforces the “Teaching Triangle'' of student, parent, and teacher collaboration. Patrice was one of two U.S. teachers on the working task group: Neuromyths vs. Neurotruths, sponsored by (IES) and the National Commission of Educational Research (NCER). In addition, she was a contributor to the United Nation’s UNESCO ISEE (International Science and Evidence-based Education) Assessment, outlining the vision for world education by 2030. 

Connect with Patrice at https://www.patricebain.com and @patricebain1. 

About the host
Ross Romano is a co-founder of the Be Podcast Network and CEO of September Strategies, a coaching and consulting firm that helps organizations and high-performing leaders in the K-12 education industry communicate their vision and make strategic decisions that lead to long-term success. Connect on Twitter @RossBRomano or LinkedIn

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Creators and Guests

Ross Romano
Host
Ross Romano
Co-founder of Be Podcast Network and CEO of September Strategies. Strategist, consultant, and performance coach.
Patrice Bain
Guest
Patrice Bain
Author, Consultant, Teacher, Fulbright Scholar, Finalist IL Teacher of Year, on NOVA, Scientific American #powerfulteaching #parentguide
A Parent’s Guide to Powerful Teaching with Patrice Bain - The Authority Podcast 68