Suzy Pepper Rollins - Teaching Vulnerable Learners: Strategies for Students who are Bored, Distracted, Discouraged, or Likely to Drop Out - 313

 

Suzy Pepper Rollins talks with me about her latest book - Teaching Valuable Learners: Strategies for Students who are Bored, Distracted, Discouraged, or Likely to Drop Out. This is episode 313 of Teaching Learning Leading K12, an audio podcast.

Suzy Pepper Rollins is an author, consultant, and educational innovator. 

Her mission is to create academic success in ALL learners by imbedding instructional practices that create energized, autonomous, focused learners.  

She is the author of Teaching Vulnerable Learners (WW Norton) and two books by ASCD: Learning in the Fast Lane and Teaching in the Fast Lane.

Suzy’s keynotes and workshops are fast-paced, hands-on, and tailored for every content and grade level. Participants leave ready for next-day implementation.  She also partners with districts to support instructional goals, and works side-by-side with educators in buildings to move learning.

She is the founder of Math in the Fast Lane, a research-based, hands-on approach to teaching math in grades 3-8.

Today we are going to focus on her most recent book - Teaching Vulnerable Learners: Strategies for Students who are Bored, Distracted, Discouraged, or Likely to Drop Out (2020).

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Length - 45:31



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