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This week’s episode of 3Ps in a Pod introduced you to Dr. Donyall Dickey, a nationally recognized educator, author, and a leading professional development consultant. Learn more about Dr. Dickey’s background and find some of his recent blog posts here. You can find information about his education o

Oct 24, 2019

This week’s episode of 3Ps in a Pod introduced you to Dr. Donyall Dickey, a nationally recognized educator, author, and a leading professional development consultant. Learn more about Dr. Dickey’s background and find some of his recent blog posts here. You can find information about his education organization, Educational Epiphany, here and about his book The Integrated Approach to Student Achievement here.

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3Ps in a Pod Host Danielle noted in the episode a recent article Dr. Dickey wrote about leadership. You can find that article here. You also heard Dr. Dickey talk a bit about cognitive pluralism. This is a newer philosophy in education. Cognitive pluralism refers to the way instruction goes beyond recall and where students can consume information and use information consistently to ascend and descend the pyramid of cognitive demand.

Hear more from Dr. Donyall Dickey at Transforming Student Achievement on March 5 in Phoenix. Register now for the early bird rate at http://azk12.org/event/31391/details. Registration for the event also includes breakfast, lunch, a copy of The Integrated Approach to Student Achievement by Dr. Donyall Dickey, and other materials.

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