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Your favorite teacher-comedians from the Bored Teachers Comedy Tours sharing stories and experiences from the classroom and beyond, brought to you by Bored Teachers. Episodes drop every Sunday!
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Lyn and Chris Dawson appear to have the perfect marriage. He's a star footballer and popular high school teacher. She's a devoted wife and mother. They share a beautiful home above Sydney's northern beaches. But when Lyn goes missing, dark secrets are buried. This is no fairytale, but a sordid story of strangely close twin brothers, teenage student lovers, and probable murder. The Australian's Hedley Thomas digs deep into a cold case which has been unsolved for 36 years, uncovering startling ...
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From Hedley Thomas and the journalists at The Australian, The Teacher's Trial follows the events in the trial of Chris Dawson, who is accused of the murder of his wife Lynette Dawson. To read The Australian's ongoing coverage of the trial search The Teacher's Trial or click here.
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The newest addition to the Bored Teachers Podcast Network, Crying in My Car is a weekly breath of fresh air to help teachers get through class without pulling their hair out or the hair of several students. No pedagogy here, just pure hilarity! Segments include Story Time, Teachers in the News Not Touching Kids, a weekly Top 5 and more endless comedy from comedians Devin Siebold from Bored Teachers and James Yon from The Lowdown on Comcast's AfroTV. Hear the perspective from both the educato ...
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Teachers' Lounge

Northern Public Radio

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Host Peter Medlin connects with teachers, students and leaders in education as they discuss the biggest issues impacting classrooms.We want to hear your experiences as an educator. Send us a note to teacherslounge@niu.edu
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In the Knowledge for Teachers podcast, host Brendan Lee will be chatting to researchers, teachers and experts about what evidence-informed education is and the nuances involved with actually implementing effective and sustainable school based education.
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Two Teachers Talking™

Tony Silva and Charles Wiz

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Teachers know that when classes are done, the beer has been poured, teachers gather around the table, and the talk turns to...teaching. Great (and not so great ideas) are tossed around, argued, praised, and ridiculed. What's been missing is a microphone on the table. Until now. If you're a teacher, and especially if you're teaching in Japan, have a listen. Tony and Charles talk about what they've learned, what works, what doesn't, and what other teachers like you have to say.
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What does it mean to be educated for today's modern learner? With the rise in technology, is education a dying field? Are teachers necessary?Join middle school teachers Alyssa and Andre as they explore the ins and outs of today's education system through the lens of equity and social justice. Each episode will explore relevant topics in education from the perspective of two black teachers in an urban school setting.
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Brave New Teaching: A Podcast for High School and Middle School Teachers

Marie Morris & Amanda Cardenas, Secondary ELA Teachers

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Join hosts Amanda Cardenas (Mud & Ink Teaching) and Marie Morris (The Caffeinated Classroom) in discussions about being brave, trying new things, and all things teaching! As seasoned classroom teachers, Amanda and Marie bring their experience, insight, energy, and oh, so many opinions and ideas... It's time for all teachers to take their classroom and teaching practice into their own hands!
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New episodes are released every Monday. Do you wonder how experts in working with early learners address children's behavior and motivate them to be their best selves? If you are a family member, teacher, or anyone who impacts the lives of young children, join Alison Kentos (Early Childhood Teacher) & Cindy Terebush (Early Childhood Specialist) every Monday to find out how a preschool teacher and early childhood consultant do what they do every day! Learn more about us on our website: https: ...
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Reading Teachers Lounge

Shannon Betts and Mary Saghafi

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This is the Reading Teachers Lounge where listeners can eavesdrop on professional conversations between elementary reading teachers. We are passionate about literacy and strive to find strategies to reach all learners. Shannon and Mary are neighbors who realized that they were “literacy soul sisters” at a dinner in their Atlanta neighborhood. Once they started chatting about reading they haven’t really stopped. Come join the conversation.
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Twisted Teachers

Twisted Teachers

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What would you do if you weren't afraid? Jen and Kim are long-time friends who started the podcast from the perspective of two teachers and their experiences in education. The podcast has evolved through countless interviews with current and former educators as well as authors. You will still hear their teaching tips and stories, but you also will follow them on their journey through new chapters in their lives.
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There are LOTS of podcasts for teachers, but Substitute Teachers Lounge is the first podcast ever that also highlights substitute teachers. This podcast is aimed at giving ALL types of teachers the tools you need to teach in K-12 (elementary school, middle school, and high school), including administrative aspects as well as helping students receive everything they need to learn and feel special. We interview teachers, subs and students to make sure we have the information we need in order t ...
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TTELT is a podcast for English language teachers who never seem to find the time for the professional development we want and need. Episodes include tips that we can implement in our classes this week, discussiions of journal articles and blogs in our field, and interviews with prominent, and not so prominent, teachers who have teaching tips they'd like to share. Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/ttelt/support
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Teachers Change Lives podcast is a weekly reminder to the universe as to why teaching is the best job in the world. Every day, a school setting ranges from the crazy/ridiculous/funny to the life changing and inspiring. This podcast will show why teachers are simultaneously great dinner guests (with their funny stories) as well as superheroes (due to the impact they have on lives every day). The Teachers Change Lives podcast aims to celebrate the teaching profession, raise the profile of teac ...
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The Teaching Toolbox - A Podcast for Middle School Teachers

Brittany Naujok & Ellie Nixon, Podcast for Middle School Teachers

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The Teaching Toolbox podcast is the ultimate resource for upper elementary and middle school teachers seeking time-tested strategies and ideas. With knowledgeable teacher guests, this podcast offers invaluable teaching tips and strategies that are sure to enhance your classroom experience. Tune in for expert advice from Brittany and Ellie on everything from lesson planning to classroom management. With over 50 years of teaching experience between them, they have the knowledge, expertise, and ...
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The original podcast for growth-minded instrumental music and voice teachers since 2015. Our mission at TopMusic is to empower music teachers to find and nurture their innate creativity so they can teach lessons that are innovative, integrated and inspiring, and that will have a positive, life-long impact on their students. Tune in weekly as we interview teachers and creators from around the world and unpack fun and exciting ideas to maximise your teaching and studio business success.
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Teachers Make the Leap is a show that empowers educators to embrace the possibilities of online business. Kristin and Hillary are two former teachers turned online business owners who have created flexible work schedules, exceeded their teaching incomes, and built thriving businesses that keep them fulfilled and excited to show up for their clients. If you dream of finally leaving teaching to be able to make your own schedule and increase your earning potential, join us each week as we explo ...
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Welcome to Rainbow Skies for New Teachers, where we’re all about bite-sized tips and simple strategies for bright and busy new teachers. If you’re in the first few years of your career and want to make the rollercoaster ride of teaching more fun, streamlined, and stress-free… you’re in the right place. Hosted by Ashleigh and Alisha, the primary school teachers behind Rainbow Sky Creations. After 13 years in the classroom, we now mentor + support new teachers. You can follow us on Instagram o ...
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The podcast for yoga teachers centered around important conversations for yoga teachers to discuss, reflect, and implement. From class planning to business strategy, these conversations help yoga teachers build the business that will help keep them teaching long-term and with a sustainable income.
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Teachers in America

Houghton Mifflin Harcourt

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A podcast for K-12 educators covering the ever-changing learning landscape. Featuring educators from around the country, every moment is a chance to create connections, share stories, and explore classroom ideas that will influence the future. Teachers in America is produced by Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, inspiring the thinkers and doers of tomorrow.
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The podcast about all things business for music teachers and studio owners. Learn how to brand, market, and grow your music studio. Hear stories of creative music teachers who are taking on other cool entrepreneurial projects. Get answers to your self-employment questions from experts. Hosted by entrepreneur, business coach, and piano teacher, Andrea Miller.
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Psychic Teachers

Samantha Fey and Deb Bowen

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Psychic Teachers Podcast features two well known intuitives -- Deb Bowen and Samantha Fey -- helping listeners learn how to embrace their inner psychic. Tune in and listen to these funny ladies discuss everything from ghosts and energy vampires to chakra clearing and spirit guides.
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This is the podcast for us dance teachers balancing our teaching job with other jobs, commitments, and just life in general! We don't need to know how to run the whole studio, work with students 20+ hours a week, or win big at competitions; we just want practical advice and real conversations about how to be the best dance teachers we can be with the little time we have with our students. Join Maia on the casual dance teacher's podcast and in the casual dance teacher's network on Facebook.
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This podcast was developed to help high school teachers better reach students, as well as gain more self-fulfillment by doing just that. We will discuss essential strategies and stories to help new, experienced, burned-out, and/or growth-focused teachers find their way in a world of confusing, endless, and oftentimes overwhelming resources for educators. Hopefully, you will find these both tangible and applicable in your own professional journey. This podcast is definitely not about “polish” ...
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Calling all middle school language arts teachers! Teaching has become so overwhelming. It can be isolating at times, and it is sometimes difficult to get help when you need it. In this podcast, we will discuss the many complexities that middle school language arts teachers face. There will be tons of actionable ideas to help you simplify your planning, streamline your teaching, and enjoy more free time.
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Since 2007, Two Writing Teachers has been a vibrant community of reflective writers. We're excited to take our passion for teaching writing to new heights in the second season of our podcast. Join us as we explore ways to create, lead, and sustain joyful and productive writing workshops, empowering educators to help their students become competent, brave, and confident writers. Let's make writing instruction engaging and rewarding for everyone involved! Would your company like to sponsor an ...
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Warming your heart, sparking your thinking, and igniting your professional practice. Reach out on any social media platform @TeachersOnFire. Hosted by Tim Cavey. Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/teachersonfire/support
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Art Works for Teachers

The Institute for Arts Integration and STEAM

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The Art Works for Teachers Podcast helps teachers crack the code of creativity and use it as a hidden advantage in the classroom. You will receive simple, yet innovative ideas for teaching math, reading and writing in and through the arts - while filling your own creative cup.
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"Teachers in Transition" offers advice, counsel, and information about teacher burnout, stress, and management strategies for teachers (or anyone feeling stressed and overwhelmed) along with career advice for those who want to leave the teaching profession. After leaving education, Vanessa Jackson worked in the IT staffing industry helping place candidates into jobs. Now she specializes in working with burnt-out teachers as a compassionate Career Transition and Job Search Coach. In addition ...
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Not Just Cute, the Podcast is like listening to a conversation with your nerdy best friend. Who happens to be obsessed with child development. Each episode covers a different topic related to parenting, early childhood education, and healthy, whole child development in order to support teachers and parents in serving young children.
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Teachers Need Teachers is the podcast for struggling teachers, whether you're new or a seasoned veteran. It's inspired by the questions and frustrations that teachers are expressing around the web, plus the questions that you didn’t know you should ask! I'll help you clear the confusion and figure out what to focus on so that you’ll have the most positive impact in your classrooms without losing your freaking mind. I want to help you navigate through the craziness of teaching while maintaini ...
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Pilates Teachers' Manual is your guide to becoming a great Pilates teacher! I discuss everything about being a Pilates teacher, from certification, class preparation, and scheduling, to working in studios, gyms, and in clients' homes, online and beyond! This podcast is for YOU if you are a current Pilates instructor, an aspiring Pilates instructor, or anyone who wants to learn more about the world of teaching Pilates!
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Inspired Together Teachers

Inspired Together Learning

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Are you a growth minded teacher who’s felt exhausted and overwhelmed while struggling to balance your best work and your best life? The Inspired Together Teacher Podcast is for you if you are a caring, dedicated teacher with a desire to bring your unique gifts to a world that desperately needs them while still having enough energy to live a fulfilling life outside of school. Each week you’ll hear strategies and tips that help you navigate life’s challenges as a stronger, more confident, and ...
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I'm a Japanese language teacher, MIKI!! I'm teaching at university and college. This program, "Nihongo Radio," is designed for learners of Japanese with limited vocabulary and simple grammar. This podcast will help you improve your Japanese language skills. みなさん、こんにちは。 このポッドキャストは日本語教師の私、MIKI が日本語を勉強しているあなたにフィットする日本語でお話ししています。 みなさんの日本語のスキルが伸びる番組を作っています。 https://listen.style/p/nihongoradio?ZzJ3WbSH
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Send us a Text Message. Just like our students are unique and have brains that work in different ways, the same is true for us as teachers. The more information that we have about our students, and ourselves, the better we can support them and appreciate their individuality. Today it’s just me, Amanda, and I’m taking a risk as I get incredibly vuln…
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From his impactful TED Talk to his poignant final year of teaching documented in the documentary "The Secret Song," Doug Goodkin shares invaluable insights on integrating music into classrooms and fostering a musical mindset in every student. Don't miss this chance to gain practical tips and inspiration from a true pioneer in music education.…
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James Heneghan left the UK education system far behind in 2008 and began working in a secondary setting in New Zealand where schools are some of the most decentralised in the world. Join Sophie and James in their exploration of autonomy in both the UK and NZ systems as they discuss and compare the two very different approaches.…
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Welcome back! We’re doing a special series on the podcast this summer called Studio Snapshots. Rather than the in-depth, process-oriented interviews you’re used to hearing, these rapid-fire interviews give us a glimpse in a guest’s studio at a moment in time. They’re part reflection, part anticipation of the future, and fully a celebration of where…
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Calling all readers! It's summer, and we’re ready to head outdoors, drop into a comfy chair, pour a big glass of iced tea and spend some time with a good book. When it comes to finding books, we’re always open to suggestions, so today we’ve decided to share some of our own suggestions. Grab a pencil and a notepad and get ready to write down some ti…
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What did they say about us on the hit show Big Time RV? Welcome back to Crying In My Car, a podcast for teachers! Join our hosts Devin Siebold and James Yon as they share their exciting summer plans that may just involve them reprising one of their classic roles. Have you guys heard about the newest controversy over the Olympics being held in Paris…
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Summer is coming - do you have big plans to take a break from your teaching-related activities? Or are you planning all the teaching things you’ll get done in the summer so you don’t have to worry about them in the fall? Or do you have plans for both? Whatever your plans, we’ve got some tips for how to make sure that at least SOME of your summer is…
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In today’s episode, you’ll meet the authors of an amazing new book on sound healing, Jessica Cross and Julie Afsahi. Julie and Jessica wrote Seasons of Sound to share the benefits of using sound as part of a yoga practice. As yoga teachers, they incorporate sound via instruments into their classes as well as offer trainings so teachers can learn ho…
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It's sad to say, but students endure sham trials all the time in education. They are regularly "crystal-balled", pigeon-holed, stereotyped, and found guilty by association. Effective teachers instead make building individual relationships the priority. They don't permanently shackle students to bad decisions or poor performance. They don't place a …
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In this conversation, Kristin and Hillary explore a critical yet often overlooked aspect of transitioning from the classroom to online entrepreneurship: the importance of building community and relationships. While the independence of online business offers freedom, it can sometimes lead to feelings of isolation. This episode delves into why commun…
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In today's episode, we delve into the world of piano accompanying with Dr. Rachel Ehring, a distinguished pianist, teacher, and music administrator. With a DMA in Collaborative Piano from the University of Colorado Boulder, Rachel brings a wealth of knowledge and experience. She is passionate about empowering music teachers to create engaging lesso…
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Instead of being a place for mental peace in personal growth, yoga becomes another source of societal pressure. One way the hypersexualization of yoga harms students is via their mental and emotional wellbeing. The pressure to match idealized images can lead to anxiety, stress, and even eating disorders, and this is especially worrying. Students tu…
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Send us a Text Message. Today on the podcast Vanessa talks about the healing power of laughter, a hack to make use games to learn more about each other (or to next year’s teacher inservice more lively) and finally, we talk at least about the cost of teaching. What does it cost to leave? What does it cost to stay? Our website is ! https://www.teache…
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This month we have some great stories to share about connecting with guides and visiting with deceased loved ones in dreams. Plus we have fantastic questions about pendulums, signs, crystal sizes and cursed tarot decks. Thanks for listening! If you enjoy the show, please tell a friend, subscribe, rate and leave us a kind review. Don't forget to joi…
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Join us to hear Siham Al-Aamri, a teacher at University of Technology and Applied Sciences - Ibra branch, Oman, as she explains how to use the Educaplay platform to enhance EFL learners' motivation to learn grammar. Educaplay is an AI generative educational gaming platform that is user-friendly and affordable and motivates students because they fun…
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🔥 What does it take to become an education content creator? 🔥 What do education leaders need to know about privacy issues in AI? 🔥 What roles will AR and VR technologies play in the future of learning? Join me for this conversation with Texas educator FONZ MENDOZA as he shares his insights. About This Guest: Fonz is a Professional Learning Speciali…
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In this insightful episode, we are joined by Lesley, a passionate advocate for integrating First Nations perspectives in education. Lesley shares her expertise on how educators can move beyond the fear of being 'tokenistic' and truly become allies. We delve into practical advice for teachers who are nervous or uneducated about First Nations culture…
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Teaching really isn’t what it used to be… Welcome back to Teachers Off Duty! This week our hosts Bri Richardson, Gabe Dannenbring, and Jess Smith break down some of the morally gray areas of teaching. Here’s a hot take, homework is overrated. We had an intense debate over whether or not homework is even necessary in schools. Should students bring t…
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The TLU duo have been on a roller coaster throughout this year and like most teachers even though they have held on it seems that they are at the tipping point of this wild ride. Join Alyssa and Andre on this week's episode where they discuss the value of a strong school community and the impact their current roles have had on their overall scope o…
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While most of us love music, sometimes choosing music for our dance classes can be daunting! In this episode, I share my tips for curating and organizing playlists for a variety of styles of dance with music that's age appropriate, varied, and engaging for both you and your students! Join me in The Casual Dance Teacher's Network on Facebook to cont…
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We have a summer bonus episode for you! Shannon and Mary have Anna Geiger, the Measured Mom, join them in the lounge again to discuss the best evidence based practices that teachers can use to reach all readers. Anna's new book provides teachers and parents with a consolidated understanding of the Science of Reading findings. RECOMMENDED RESOURCES …
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This is an episode of The Australian's daily news podcast, The Front. Chris Dawson has suffered another humiliation, losing an appeal against his conviction for the 1982 murder of his wife Lynette in 1982. Find out more about The Front podcast here. You can read about this story and more on The Australian's website or on The Australian’s app. This …
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Hey everyone! This is the last episode of our beloved Twisted Teachers podcast. We have had a wonderful run for three years, and it is time to move on. Please follow us on the GEN-X With a Twist podcast. It will still be hosted by Jen and Kim, but there won't be a focus on education. We will have Gen-X with a twist of true crime, Gen-X with a twist…
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As an educator who's lived and taught in both the US and Denmark, Pernille’s story is a revealing look into two vastly different education systems. Let's unpack her journey and what it tells us about work-life balance, societal values, and teaching philosophies. You’ll hear: Why Pernille’s family moved to Wisconsin from Denmark when she was a teena…
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In episode 74, I introduced you to Michele Dineen-White, the creator of Play Smart Literacy in Chicago. Play Smart Literacy is a truly mobile outreach program, meaning that rather than hoping parents can overcome the burden of traveling to a specific location to receive services, Play Smart Literacy goes out into the community, particularly in vuln…
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Programming your Pilates classes using intuitive transitions saves you time and energy as a teacher, and maximizes what you can accomplish in class as a student. In today's episode, I discuss strategies for around the world programming, the value on 90 degree turns, and taking the path of least resistance to make the space between exercises intenti…
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Writing can serve as means of empowerment and healing. Today we are talking to Briana Morales, 2024 Illinois State Teacher of the Year and high school English teacher at Gordon Bush Alternative Center in East St. Louis. Throughout her career, she has empowered her students through storytelling. In this episode, Briana will share how she uses healin…
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Kristen Poindexter has been a Kindergarten teacher in MSD Washington Township for 23 years and is currently teaching at Allisonville Elementary School. Kristen is the recipient of several national awards, including being named the 2014 National Shell Science Teacher Award Recipient, a 2014 Presidential Award for Excellence in Math and Science Teach…
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Lifestyle Design is not only about finances, but also about experiencing a life of freedom by trying to mitigate the unavoidable stresses in our lives. Teachers who are part of the "sandwich generation" are often handling the responsibilities of their children and aging parents. In this episode, Anuja tells about the ways in which she is working wi…
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Send us a Text Message. Ever wondered how the role of a substitute teacher is perceived through the eyes of today's high schoolers? Join me as I sit with Mya and Reese, two sophomores with plenty to say about the post-pandemic shifts in their academic world. They'll take you behind the scenes of classroom walls, revealing how the lingering effects …
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Send us a Text Message. It's the final episode of season two, so we're discussing some of the best practices for writing instruction. We cover the importance of a thriving writing community and the writing process, and we explore the role of oral language in boosting writing stamina. We also discuss the importance of dedicated and intentional writi…
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In this episode, Brendan Lee speaks with Bronwyn Ryrie Jones, an instructional coach who supports teachers and instructional leaders to develop their expertise. She discusses the importance of responsive teaching and shares techniques to effectively check for understanding in the classroom. She emphasises the need for teachers to have a deep unders…
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As a non-Japanese English teacher in Japan, there are a million ways to shoot oneself in the foot…or worse. We look at some of the pitfalls that lie in wait when dealing with administration, staff, colleagues, and students. Full notes can be found here: Two Teachers Talking: twoteacherstalking.com저자 Tony Silva and Charles Wiz
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The end of year countdown is on! You feel like you should be winding down, but as every educator knows, this is crunch time. You are working harder than ever, yet your list keeps getting longer and longer. How to handle it? Read here for your end of year countdown with 1 week left of school. We will discuss: Finishing grading Getting your room in o…
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