The Taming of the Shrew is one of Shakespeare's earliest comedies, and was inspired by classical Roman comedy and the Italian commedia dell'arte. Baptista Minola, a rich gentleman of Padua, has two daughters: Katherina, renowned for her sharp tongue, and Bianca, who is sought after by multiple suitors. Baptista decides that Bianca cannot marry until her elder sister finds a husband. Enter Petruchio, who has come to "wive it wealthily in Padua," and who is convinced by Bianca's suitors to woo ...
We get to know teachers in a half-hour discussion about how they got into teaching and what drives and guides them as they try new lessons and ideas in the classroom.
What are Empowered Learning Overlays? Interview with Melanie Riesch and Nicole Smith. We observed lessons in Melanie's and Nicole's classrooms using Empowered Learning Overlays and returned to debrief the experience to learn more about FSD's overlays, a supplement to any curriculum that adds voice, choice and student agency.…
In this episode, we spend time with Blair Campbell who teaches third grade at Beechwood School.
In this episode, we spend time with Kristine Spencer who teaches 2nd grade at Acacia Elementary.
Great interview with Sandra Farias, who teaches kindergarten in the Dual Language Academy at Pacific Drive Elementary.
Such a cool interview with twin sisters who teach in Fullerton School District! Nicole teaches sixth grade at Pacific Drive Elementary and Jessica teaches a 4/5 combo at Orangethorpe.
In this episode, we interview Adriana Rada, who teaches first grade in Raymond Elementary's Dual Language Academy.
In this episode, we interview Pam Keller, who teaches in the multiage program at Orangethorpe Elementary.
In this episode, we discuss teaching with Sarah Spero who teaches 4th grade at Sunset Lane.
Join us for a great conversation with Katie Ducsherer, kindergarten teacher at Orangethorpe Elementary, facilitated by guest host Matt Mankiewicz.
Andrea Calvo is a 2019 Orange County Teacher of the Year. She teaches at Ladera Vista Junior High School of the Arts. Join us for a discussion of how she got into teaching and her journey to create meaningful learning experiences and environments.
Matt Mankiewicz, guest host, interviews Alyssa Larnerd, who teaches kindergarten at Orangethorpe Elementary.
Matt Mankiewicz interviews Heather Rios about her journey into teaching.
This episode, I interview 4th grade GATE teacher, Beniy Waisanen. He teaches at Golden Hill Elementary School in Fullerton.
Join in as I interview Kristen Campos, kindergarten teacher at Fern Drive Elementary.
We interview Debbie Kojima, teacher at Acacia Elementary School, and she shares her love of reading, debate and dodgeball.
Join us as we discuss empathy, teaching in Queens, and how to build trust through spreadsheets and organization!
Join in to learn more about how Katie developed her can-do mindset as a teacher.
Husband and wife teacher team, Mark and Marisa Sonny, regale us with their stories of journeying into teaching, how they met each other, and much, much more!
In this episode, we interview teaching legend Linda Kelley. She teaches at Sunset Lane Elementary School.
In this episode, we interview physical education teacher Matt Stricker who works at Parks Junior High School.
Tracy Kim shares her thoughts on getting involved in robotics, and venturing into new territory like computer science as a teacher. Don't miss the story of how she got started in teaching and how her family felt about it.
This episode, we sit down with Mary Nguyen, who teaches at Laguna Road Elementary School. She discusses her approach to risk-taking, innovation and trying something new.
Today we spend time with Yasmine Chavez and talk about her journey into teaching and her view on risk-taking and always giving your best.
We spend time with Emily McDougal, who taught at Beechwood School and then served at Beechwood School as a Cotsen mentor. She shares her journey with vulnerabilty and risk-taking and how she brings others along on that journey.
Join us as we learn more about Dr. Tricia Hyun and her passion for strength-based education. She teaches at Parks Junior High School and is very active in the educational community outside Parks as well.
We interview Amy Sylvester, who teaches at Golden Hill Elementary in Fullerton. She shares her inspirational approach to innovation, risk-taking and learning!
We spend time with Caroleann Curley, teacher at Laguna Road Elementary School in Fullerton, CA. She shares her journey into teaching through teaching piano as a teenager, and her thoughts on trying something new.
We spend time with Clinton Mosley, who teaches at Maple Elementary School in Fullerton, CA. We learn more about his journey into teaching (a traffic ticket!?!?), and his view on innovating in the classroom. He has such a joy for teaching, it’s contagious! His approach to teaching – bring the heat!
Check out this interview with Ana Hernandez, a teacher at Orangethorpe Elementary School. We discuss family, her career path to education, robotics, and her passion to provide new and meaningful experiences to all students.
We interview Orangethorpe teacher, Jean Summy. We discuss teaching in other states, irate parents, Flipgrid, robotics and more. Take a listen!
Interview with Hermosa Drive teacher Kyle Ruiz, who shares her ideas and insights related to risk-taking and innovation.
We interview Matt Mankiewicz, 6th grade teacher at Golden Hill Elementary School, and ask him about innovation, risk-taking and trying new things in the classroom.