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Best Linda Kardamis | Educational Consultant podcasts we could find (updated December 2019)
Best Linda Kardamis | Educational Consultant podcasts we could find
Updated December 2019
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Teach 4 the Heart
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In the Teach 4 the Heart podcast, Linda Kardamis shares ideas and inspiration to help you overcome your teaching challenges and make a lasting difference in your students’ lives. Designed for Christian teachers in both public and private schools, Teach 4 the Heart strives to present every discussion from a Biblical perspective. Season 1 will discuss classroom management. Future season's topics TBA but will likely include work/life balance, how our faith should affect our teaching, and more.
 
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Teach 4 the Heart is expanding our team, and would love your help! Listen to discover more about the positions. If they’re a good fit for you, please apply. If not, please consider passing the info on to someone you know who would be a good fit. Get all the details at www.teach4theheart.com/work #1: SYSTEMS OPTIMIZATION SPECIALIST Teach 4 the H ...…
 
Is your email inbox cluttered with advertisements and subscriptions? The free tool unroll.me makes it easy to organize and declutter your inbox in just a few minutes. Find out more about the 40 Hour Teacher Workweek Fast Track program at www.teach4theheart.com/40hourteacher
 
Rewards are a fun way to motivate students and celebrate progress, but seeing as we aren't made of money, sometimes we don't know what to give. Join us to discover over 60 fun, creative reward ideas for both elementary and secondary that are either free or inexpensive. Get notes & links at www.teach4theheart.com/rewards.…
 
Our to-do list can feel overwhelming, but you’ll feel so much better (and less stressed) when you create manageable daily to-do lists. Listen for a special tip for what to do when you don’t finish every item on your list (this will make a huge difference in your outlook & mental energy.) Find out more about the 40 Hour Teacher Workweek Fast Tra ...…
 
Every time I feel stressed I’m immediately helped by getting my thoughts out of my head and on to paper. Discover why this works and if you’re stressed, take five minutes to try it now. Find out more about the 40 Hour Teacher Workweek Fast Track program at www.teach4theheart.com/40hourteacher
 
It’s Thanksgiving time! Join us for a brief moment of praise, thanksgiving, and prayer.
 
Amy Stohs, a 6th grade teacher from Virginia, joins us to talk about the Positivity Project, an exciting movement that helps grow students character and build classroom community. Join us to discover simple ways to engage your students in discussions about character, positivity, and the truth that other people matter. Get notes and links at www ...…
 
Whenever you work at your computer, you can save time by using keyboard shortcuts. I share a few of my favorites in this quick thought episode. View the list and try them for yourself at www.teach4theheart.com/keyboard.
 
Are you overwhelmed by your mile long to-do list? Discover a simple framework that will help you focus on what matters most and feel better about what you’ve accomplished (all without taking any more time out of your day).
 
Do you have important facts or information all students need to master? Reciting information out loud is the simplest way to ensure all students learn it. Join us to discover how to incorporate recitation and memory work into your day without it becoming dull or boring.
 
When we face conflict as a teacher, we can easily get bogged down and discouraged. That’s when we must speak truth to our own hearts, renewing our minds in the Gospel. Join us as we walk through eight key truths that will reorient our thinking and allow us to serve with joy, even amidst conflict. Bookmark this lists of truths at www.teach4thehe ...…
 
Sometimes we write off students as lazy when they’re actually frustrated, anxious, or discouraged. But when we start to address their true concerns, we may start to finally see improvement.
 
Do certain students dominate discussions while others sit silently? Discover how easy it is to use talking chips to moderate small group discussion and make it more equitable and effective.
 
We’ve all been there – a student does something inappropriate that we need to address, but it’s unexpected and we aren’t sure what to do. Listen to discover why the phrase “I’m going to have to do something about that” is so powerful.
 
No matter what role you play at school, you’re going to love these tips for constructive IEP meetings. Get notes & links at www.teach4theheart.com/iepmeetings
 
A warning system can be a great tool to cut out disruptions in your class, but what if we want to avoid public forms like a behavior chart or writing names on the board? In this quick though episode, I share three simple ways to give warnings privately – without interrupting the flow of your teaching. Get the free Classroom Management MiniCours ...…
 
When students aren’t meeting our expectations, we can be tempted to lower them. But this isn’t always a good idea. Discover why in this quick thought episode.
 
We can make tangible rewards so much more meaningful by pairing them with intrinsic motivation. Listen to discover how. Find out more about Classroom Management 101 at www.teach4theheart.com/cm101.
 
As a teacher, we crave support from our administrators and coworkers. But, unfortunately, that’s not always the case, and sometimes these relationships are strained. Join us to discover how to respond to a difficult administrator (or coworker) – spiritual, emotionally, and practically. Get notes & links at www.teach4theheart.com/difficult.…
 
At our Christian Educators Virtual Summit, Eric Reenders presented a simple framework to help students develop a Biblical worldview. The key – using questions (and not giving the answers!) Get the list of focus questions at www.teach4theheart.com/worldviewquestions. Join our free encore weekend of the Christian Educators Virtual Summit at www.c ...…
 
At our Christian Educators Virtual Summit, JP Moreland did an incredible session on Responding Biblically to the Crisis of Anxiety. In this session, he taught how we can use practices and habits to retrain our brain and, in time, overcome anxiety. Join our free encore weekend of the Christian Educators Virtual Summit at www.christianeducatorssu ...…
 
One of my favorite takeaways from the Christian Educators Virtual Summit was about choosing an important phrase to repeat over and over to your students – helping them internalize an important truth. Listen to hear how it works. Join our free encore weekend of the Christian Educators Virtual Summit at www.christianeducatorssummit.com.…
 
As Christian educators, we may struggle to know how to respond to questions of gender identity. In this episode, you’ll discover how to work out a Biblical understanding of gender to interact with wisdom, truth, and love. Get notes & links at www.teach4theheart.com/gender2 Find out more about the Christian Educators Virtual Summit at www.christ ...…
 
With so many day-to-day tasks and goals to focus on, it’s easy to lose sight of the bigger picture – in particular, what’s happening on a spiritual level in our students’ lives. In this episode, we’ll walk through a high-level overview of what’s really going on and how that helps reframe our thinking day-to-day. This content comes from our Beyo ...…
 
As Christians, we know God created gender, but what exactly does that mean for modern-day questions of gender identity? Join us in this conversation with Jonathan Holmes to discover what the Bible has to say about gender identity and how it differs from a secular understanding of gender. Get notes & links at www.teach4theheart.com/gender1…
 
When we worry about the future of our world – be it politics, societal perspectives, or even our religious freedom – are we really worried about the Kingdom or are we more concerned with preserving our life of relative ease? Join us for a thought-provoking episode as we examine our own hearts and prayerfully walk away encouraged in His truths.…
 
Today we tackle the age-old question, “how much should I grade?” and give practical tips to make grading manageable and fair.
 
One of the fastest ways to lose your students’ focus is to lose them academically. Conversely, students are much more engaged when they are confident in what they’re doing and are feeling a measure of success. So, let’s talk about some ways to help them be successful. Get more help in our full Beyond Classroom Management course at www.teach4the ...…
 
When you add writing to your class, you not only build students’ communication skills, but you also help think more deeply about the subject matter, too. In this episode, you’ll discover five easy ways to incorporate writing into any subject. Get notes & links at www.teach4theheart.com/writing.
 
Too often we come to the Bible looking for what it says about us & what we are supposed to do. But that’s actually the secondary storyline of Scripture, not the first. And we have to understand the core storyline in order to properly understand where we fit into it.
 
Have you ever felt like your reading class was a little, well, boring? Reading workshops are a great way to engage students and creating a love of reading – all while building valuable skills along the way. In this episode, Jen Bengel shares why you should try reading workshops – and a simple way to expand students’ horizons when it comes to ch ...…
 
JotForm is a great tool to collect data for your classroom. Check out their premade templates for classrooms and schools and try it free at www.teach4theheart.com/jotform. They also are generously offering a 50% discount for educators on their paid plans at www.teach4theheart.com/jotformdeal
 
Surrounded by a plethora of challenges, it’s easy to become frustrated, stressed, and even burnt out as a teacher. Join us for an inspiring conversation with Jackie Matthews to discover how to rise up out of frustrations and find the source of your power and strength. Get notes and links at www.teach4theheart.com/power Register for the free Chr ...…
 
In this clip from our upcoming Christian Educators Virtual Summit, Ashley Ogal shares two actionable strategies to help us regroup when we’re having a bad day. To hear the rest of this session (and many more), sign up for the FREE Christian Educators Virtual Summit at www.ChristianEducatorsSummit.com.…
 
Listen to discover a simple yet powerful idea to build positive rapport with parents – and get to know your students better in the process.
 
In this clip from our upcoming Christian Educators Virtual Summit, JP Moreland shares two powerful tips for focusing your prayers – especially when you are coming to God in need of relief from anxiety. To hear the rest of this session (and many more), sign up for the FREE Christian Educators Virtual Summit at www.ChristianEducatorsSummit.com.…
 
Join us for a conversation with Marilyn Rhames of Teachers Who Pray. We’re discussing some of our favorite takeaways from her new book Master Teacher: 12 Spiritual Lessons that Can Transform Schools & Revolutionize Public Education. In particular, we discuss what it looks like to cross the street or race. We also tackle the topic of restorative ...…
 
Crystal Kershaw shares an insightful idea for how to create opportunities for meaningful conversations with students.
 
Discover a simple way to motivate students & build your classroom community. Best yet, this doesn’t take away any time from your already jam-packed class. Instead, it redeems class time you’re probably currently wasting. Thanks to Jessica from What I Have Learned Teaching for this great tip!
 
We are loving the Trapped in a Video Game series by Dustin Brady. These books are perfect for read alouds, your classroom library, and inspiring reluctant readers!
 
Too many students have been impacted by trauma, and sometimes we as educators wonder how to best help them. Join us for an important conversation with Dr. Janyne McConnaughey as we discuss what trauma responses might look like, what our response should be, and how to create a trauma sensitive classroom. Get notes and links at www.teach4theheart ...…
 
Today, we talk about why our relationship with God shouldn’t be centered on guilt – and the freedom and joy of simply enjoying Him.
 
Check out the amazing What’s in the Bible with Buck Denver video series – an incredible resource for both kids & adults.
 
This small tip will save you a ton of time & frustration when having students grade papers together in class.
 
The stronger our classroom community, the more likely our students are to succeed. But how exactly do we create that thriving learning environment? Join us as we discuss 4 strategies to develop a strong classroom community. Get notes & links at www.teach4theheart.com/community Reserve your spot in one of the free trainings at www.teach4theheart ...…
 
Today we’re sharing an important reminder you won’t want to forget as you plan for back-to-school.
 
Do you ever have parents ask you to send regular (personalized) updates about their child? What do you say? Listen to discover why yes isn’t actually the best answer (and neither is no). But there is an answer that meets the need without adding an unnecessary burden to your schedule.
 
With every baby I have, the weight becomes harder to get off. So this time, I joined weight watchers. Listen to hear about my experience so far and consider if it might be the right program for you.
 
Classroom organization cuts down on so many problems, but sometimes it's easier said than done. Join us for a conversation with Kelly of the Simply Organized teacher, where she shares 5 tips for organizing your classroom - and simple routines to keep it that way all year long. Get notes, links, & resources at www.teach4theheart.com/organized…
 
Bible memory is vital, but we often feel we don’t have the time. Join us to discover an awesome app that will help you memorize Scripture anytime anywhere – in the time you usually waste browsing your phone. Search Bible Memory App in the app store or visit www.biblememory.com.
 
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