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Unlock the Power of Picture Books

Sara Soucy | Picture Book Enthusiast | Elementary Teacher

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A podcast to help elementary teachers incorporate more picture books into their school day by using read alouds across the curriculum. Each week, I'll share picture book titles to guide you in your teaching. You'll find practical tips, innovative ideas, and a collection of handpicked picture books perfect for each subject. Get ready to inspire, educate and empower your students with the captivating world of picture books. Happy reading!
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Comic Book Classroom

Comic Book Classroom

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The podcast which condenses comic book history into a fun format to help you find your way through the maze of comics! New episodes on the 15th of every month! Follow us on twitter @comicbookclass
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Brett and Hal go book by book and discuss the varying themes, motifs, and characters within the binds of the novel. If you sprinkle in a little comedy and some tasteful ranting, you have the ClassRoom, your live adjacent literature circle!
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Looking for a fun, authentic podcast that helps you learn how to incorporate Multicultural Education? Are you stuck in finding inspiration for creating a more inclusive classroom community? This podcast is designed to help you get inspired by knowledgeable resources, tips, and insightful humor with educator Jebeh Edmunds.
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Welcome to 'The Unteachables Podcast'! I’m your host Claire English, a passionate secondary teacher and leader turned teacher mentor and author of the book 'It's Never Just About the Behaviour: A holistic approach to classroom behaviour management'. I am here because I am on a mission to transform classroom management and teacher support. Why I do this? It doesn’t feel that long ago that I was completely overwhelmed and out of my depth with behaviour, trying to swim, rather than sink. It too ...
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Black Learning Achievement and Mental Health (BLAM UK) is proud to offer short, bite sized, and accessible global Black history and cultural podcast episodes to aid you in your Black history learning.
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Expert interviews, action steps, and behind-the-shelves secrets from veteran school librarians… all tied together by my mission to build your personal learning network (PLN) and take charge of your professional development so you will flourish as an effective instructional partner in the library, classroom, and school. Visit www.laurasheneman.com/contact to nominate someone for an interview.
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Squiz Kids is a news podcast, just for kids! 10 minutes of age-appropriate news, delivered with positivity and humour. Make it part of your daily routine by playing it over breakfast, during the drive to school or - for all the Squiz teachers out there - in the classroom. There's also kids v adults quizzes, a book club, kids-only Q&As (with people like the Prime Minister!), deep dives into topics kids love (from Barbie to Halloween, toys, sport, inventions, crazy science stuff, and so much m ...
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Lab Out Loud

Dale Basler and Brian Bartel

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Lab Out Loud is a show about science teaching in the classroom and beyond. Lab Out Loud seeks to explore science education through discussions with educators, researchers, leading scientists, science writers and other guests who are committed to promoting excellence and innovation in science teaching and learning for all.
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Science Modeling Talks is a podcast series that introduces you to top science Modeling teachers and thought leaders in a relaxed and conversational interview format. In our episodes, you'll hear stories and ideas that help the science education community learn and grow as effective classroom teachers. Visit our website for show note, links and more info about our guests: sciencemodelingtalks.com
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Former UCLA professor Dr. Bill Creasy has been called a “bible teacher extraordinaire.” For over twenty years, Dr. Creasy was consistently ranked among the top 2% of all UCLA teaching faculty. His podcasts approach the Bible with spiritual warmth, intellectual rigor, sharp wit and engaging humor. Over 100,000 people have attended Dr. Creasy’s live classes throughout southern California, and globally thousands more have followed his teaching through his online classroom at logosbiblestudy.com
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I love teaching music to kids! I am a certified Orff Schulwerk teacher and plan to share lessons about singing, playing instruments, recorder technique, creative movement, improvisation, guided listening, and other techniques that will help you teach music better! Find more information and ideas on my blog: www.MakeMomentsMatter.org
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Notes in Spanish Intermediate

Notes in Spanish Intermediate

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Ben and Marina bring you real Spanish conversations on real-world topics, designed to help take your Spanish up to the next level. This is the genuine Spanish you will never find in a text book or classroom. See notesinspanish.com for more info and accompanying worksheets.
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For the TCH 238 Project, I am reading Love and Logic in the classroom for my professional development book. The book is about behavior management and reaching those difficult students. Cover art photo provided by Annie Spratt on Unsplash: https://unsplash.com/@anniespratt
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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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The podcast for readers, writers, and those that teach them. Join Tehyma in reading her monthly book club pick, listen to her share stories of her journey as an author, and get tips on how to use each book pick in your classroom. Email the show host at livingliterallypodcast@gmail.com.
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Celebrate teachers and a joy of reading with The Book Love Foundation Podcast. Hosts Penny Kittle and Julia Torres and their guests help teachers develop a love of reading in their students. It is a show filled with information, inspiration, and book love. The show focuses on the value of reading in a student s life when that child has access to books and skilled teachers who are committed to rich and rewarding reading lives for their students. The show helps teachers learn to foster a love ...
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A podcast designed for string and orchestra educators to learn from some of the best in the profession. Topics include string pedagogy, classroom management, program administration, assessment, current trends, work/life balance, and more. Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/orchestrateacher/support
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Teaching Texas

Wonder Media Network

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In 1961, Norma and Mel Gabler were a quiet couple living in Hawkins, Texas. One day, they noticed some factual errors in their son's school book. What began as a small complaint morphed into a multi-decade crusade to shape what children of Texas ​​— and therefore the country — read in their textbooks. In an election year with raging debates around education, this audio documentary charts how Texas dictated American education over the last sixty years and examines how the fight over our child ...
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The Culture-Centered Classroom podcast is the go-to podcast for teachers, instructional coaches, and school leaders ready to step into their power by centering educational equity, celebrating diversity, and affirming culture every single day. This podcast will provide you with powerful reflection questions, learning, and action strategies to elevate your practice and impact the way you guide the next generation of thought leaders. Tune in. Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com ...
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In this educator-focused series highlighting the work of Black authors and illustrators, Dr. Sonja Cherry-Paul, best-selling author, founder of Red Clay Educators, and cofounder of the Institute for Racial Equity in Literacy, leads discussions with children‘s book creators about their work and the powerful ways their books can live in classrooms.
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Braillecast

The Braillists Foundation

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Celebrating braille and keeping braillists informed with exclusive interviews, independent reviews, comprehensive demonstrations, clear presentations, thought-provoking commentary and up-to-the-minute braille news.
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Classrooms Who Write

Classrooms Who Write

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The first 5 minute podcast for ELA teachers to play in class! REAL student writers share their writing, writing reflections, and writing tips. Inspired by voices from the Write About community–share your writing at WriteAbout.com
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Equity Outcomes presents audio narrated publications by Dr. David R. Arendale on creating a learning environment that supports all students to achieve their educational goals. These audiobooks will include topics on student-led academic study groups, Universal Design for Learning principles that instructors can use in their classroom, antiracism practices to create inclusive learning enviornments, and more.
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Sharing ideas from the classroom, from our reading, and the intersections we share with book people each and everyday. These 4 Corners of intersection are Living, Loving, Laughing, and Learning. Applied and appreciated in the classroom these are the square foundation upon which stand and learn.
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It’s here! HTTCS the podcast. Listen to extracts from the book ”How to Teach Computer Science” read by me, the author Alan Harrison. I’ll discuss the thinking behind the content, bring it up to date with the latest news and research and help you understand how to use the knowledge in your classroom. See https://httcs.online for more info.
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Record of Service

The Memory Project

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Record of Service, a podcast presented by The Memory Project. In this series, we bring you interviews with Canada’s veterans—their stories of life, loss and service. A new episode every week until November 11. The Memory Project Speakers Bureau and archive connects veterans and Canadian Forces members with school and community groups from coast to coast. A program of Historica Canada, the Memory Project has been made possible in part by the Government of Canada. Go to thememoryproject.com to ...
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Group 4

Courtney Flynn

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This is our podcast discussing the books, "Animal Farm" and "A Chocolate War." We compare the two and address how they work similarly and can be utilized in the secondary English classroom.
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An education podcast exploring the use of comics in education. Each episode I’ll be joined by a special guest from a wide range of backgrounds, from passionate education professionals to academics and industry experts. I'll be exploring a wide range of perspectives in the search for information and inspiration. Listen in if you’d like to grow your understanding of the theory behind comics, discover the most effective approaches to using comics and graphic novels in your classroom and gain in ...
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The Comrades Classroom is a political education project that has but one purpose: to raise political consciousness and encourage our listeners to form study groups that evolve into political cadres engaging in direct action. Political Education. Survival Programs. Mutual Aid.
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Advocacy

Jamie Steinberg

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Advocating for children’s learning, creativity and imagination in the school setting Cover art photo provided by Susan Yin on Unsplash: https://unsplash.com/@syinq
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Teaching Matters Edinburgh, created by the University of Edinburgh, complements the University's Teaching Matters blog. We invite students and staff to engage in topical conversations, both debating and celebrating aspects of Higher Education.
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Monica Burns from the popular EdTech blog ClassTechTips brings you teaching strategies, tips and activity ideas. Each podcast focuses on how to make EdTech integration easy with a shout out to favorite EdTech tools for classrooms. Monica provides actionable, relevant tips for teachers so you can make this school year the best one yet! Join author, speaker, and blogger, Dr. Monica Burns for an EdTech podcast that helps take the stress out of integrating education technology into your classroom.
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Your daily kids news podcast. Archaeologists have turned into real-life treasure hunters on Jiigurru Island, digging up ancient pottery that proves Aboriginal Australians were potters and sailors long before Europeans arrived. Dive into history with this cool find! Imagine the biggest water balloon fight ever—that's the Songkran festival in Thailan…
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In this episode, I use social media for lesson inspiration and spotlight activity ideas to energize student learning experiences. From creating historical figure Instagram-style posts to making math concept videos in a vertical format, you'll discover plenty of customizable ideas to boost student engagement, foster creativity, and provide real-worl…
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Is it possible that being too friendly is harming your classroom management efforts? No. Okay, maybe a little, but not in the way you think. Does the below resonate? You feel like you have a really great relationship with your students, but when it is time to get to the business side of things and get some serious work done, the energy is high, the…
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This episode of the podcast is a replay containing the audio version of the Musical Monday LIVE video recorded on 4/15/24. This week I shared about how I help students decode a piece and look for patterns, similarities, and clues in written music. If you’re not familiar with musical Mondays, every Monday night at 8 p.m. Eastern time I go live on Fa…
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As we approach Anzac Day, join your captain, Amanda Bower, on an exciting audio adventure as we whirl into the vibrant country of Türkiye, also known as Turkey. This week, we’ll soar across continents in our Squiz Kids Super Fast Supersonic Jetliner, exploring Istanbul, a city that spans both Europe and Asia and boasts a rich tapestry of history fr…
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“What’s wrong with grade 2?” In many cases, nothing. It strikes a good balance between compactness, readability and lack of ambiguity. However, in some cases, a code which is even more compact than grade 2 is extremely advantageous, especially when information needs to be written down at speed. The Braille Shorthand Code was one attempt at creating…
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It's National Poetry Month, and what better way to celebrate than by bringing incredible poems into your classroom? In this video, we're sharing some of our favorite poetry collections for elementary students, from silly and playful to beautiful and thought-provoking. We'll cover books that: Rhyme and rhythm their way into young hearts Explore them…
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Your daily kids news podcast. Bluey just made TV history with a super-sized 28-minute episode that had everyone glued to their screens! As the Heeler family faced a big change, Bluey taught us all about the unexpected signs in life. More fun ahead—Bluey isn't going anywhere! Hold onto your hats! China's new maglev train is about to change travel fo…
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Support News Club by signing up to our newsletter and following us on Instagram Bluey is one of the most-streamed TV shows in the world. But whilst Bluey is owned and produced by Ludo Studios - an Aussie outfit based in Brisbane - the commercial rights are owned by the BBC. It’s all a bit interesting, so this week, News Club will be about the jugge…
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Author of the book, 'Make Great Music with Ease! The Secret to Smarter Practice, Confident Performance, and Living a Happier Life', Jennifer Roig-Francolí is an international award-winning violinist, double-certified Alexander Technique teacher, and creator of The Art of Freedom® Method for conscious living and masterful artistry. Jennifer’s inspir…
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** Trigger Warning ** This episode includes discussions about challenging experiences in the classroom from a teacher's perspective. If this is something that might upset or cause harm, check out another episode of the Unlearn Something podcast! In this episode, Miss S and Miss D discuss some interactions during the school day that made us question…
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This bonus episode contains a few brief, live interviews from the ASTA/SAA Conference in Louisville. March 21-22, 2024. The ASTA conference this year was absolutely fantastic! There was such a positive vibe and the energy was electric. The guests on this podcast include: Jean Lee from Michigan State University Eric McAllister from NV Dr. Mark Layco…
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Ever wondered how the subtle comments about appearance within a family can shape a child's perception of themselves? Join me as we unpack the story of Zubi, a young Bangladeshi-American girl grappling with self-worth and body image in the children's book "Beautifully Me" by Nabila Noor, illustrated by Nabi H Ali. This episode is a deep dive into th…
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In this episode, we explore the issues surrounding zero tolerance policies and its impact on Black children in the UK educational system. We consider the repercussions, and how these policies disproportionately affect Black students. We then propose alternative, more ethical approaches to addressing behaviour in schools!…
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Subscriber-only episode Cheers! Find all your Brave New Teaching Happy Hour member info HERE: https://www.bravenewteaching.com/hhmembers 📚 BNT PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT & RESOURCES 👩‍💻 Join Happy Hour! Curriculum Rehab Down with the Reading Quiz Shop the BNT Resource Library Connect with us on Instagram @bravenewteaching Subscribe to our YouTube Cha…
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Rachel Arthur from Teach First joins me to talk all things Initial Teacher Training. We discuss the joys of teaching computing, routes into teaching, what to expect from your placements and why we need more recruits for the robot apocalypse! And find out if Rachel and I are even human or perhaps just deepfakes. Confused? You will be in Episode 7! T…
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Do you struggle with knowing where to start when it comes to writing essential questions? We completely understand the challenge and we’re here to help! Essential questions play a crucial role in guiding lessons and engaging students in meaningful discussions. Knowing how to start crafting essential questions can be a challenge for some teachers. T…
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Sadly, Google Podcast has been discontinued by Google as of April 2, 2024. Google Podcast was a simple, clean podcast player that did exactly what it was designed to do: play podcasts. Let's see if we can find a suitable alternative. ----------------------------- EPISODE SPONSOR: VIZOR for Chromebooks VIZOR simplifies the task of managing Chromeboo…
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Support News Club by signing up to our newsletter and following us on Instagram Bryce Corbett is the director of Squiz Kids. In this special episode, he discusses the challenges facing the next generation of news consumers and how we, through our media literacy program Newshounds, are doing our bit to help. Bryce also discusses his life as a journa…
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In this episode, I chat with speaker, educator, and author Meredith McNerney about ways to create a peaceful classroom environment for teachers and students. You'll also hear practical strategies from her new book Cultivating a Classroom of Calm for identifying tech-based self-soothing behaviors, fostering a culture of calm, and integrating micro s…
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What comes to mind when I say that as teachers we need... STRONG expectations and FIRM, CONSISTENT boundaries. Does it sound like: "You as a student are not going to act a fool in my classroom and go UNCHECKED. You are not going to be rude and disrespectful UNCHECKED. And yes go tell your parent I said it! Standards and boundaries from DAY 1!" OR d…
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This episode of the podcast is a replay containing the audio version of the Musical Monday LIVE video recorded on 4/8/24. This week I shared about my recent first grade concert called "Animals Gone Wild!" If you’re not familiar with musical Mondays, every Monday night at 8 p.m. Eastern time I go live on Facebook and Instagram to share about the les…
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It's the second biggest religion in the world, and the fastest growing... and this month, believers are celebrating the end of the Holy Month of Ramadan. We'll take you through WHAT Islam is... HOW Ramadan is celebrated ... and WHY Mecca is so important. LINKS: Interactive map of Muslim majority countries: https://worldpopulationreview.com/country-…
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Celebrate Earth Day with these fun read alouds! Each book is perfect for teaching students how to take care of the Earth and why it is so important. 🌏 EARTH DAY FREEBIE 📚 BOOKS IN THIS VIDEO: The Curious Garden On Meadowview Street We are Water Protectors The Big Beach Clean Up Becoming a Good Creature Thank You, Earth See the show notes for the Ea…
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iOS 17 was released last September, bosting a number of significant braille enhancements. In this Masterclass, we were joined by Scott Davert to find out more. Scott is well regarded in the blind community as an expert in braille on iOS. He regularly contributes braille-related content to the AppleVis website, and presented a series of three Master…
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Discover the subtle yet powerful impact of microaggressions on our BIPOC students and learn how to transform your classroom into a nurturing, inclusive space. Join me as we draw on the insights of Dr. Daryl Wing Sue, dissecting everyday verbal, nonverbal, and environmental slights that perpetuate marginalization. This episode is a call to action fo…
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In this episode, I chat with Mike McDonald, CEO of Activ8, all about using AI to personalize play-based learning experiences for kids. You'll also hear about how Activ8 uses AI to give educators ideas for screen-free play activities that can be tailored to specific learning goals and classroom environments. If you're looking for ways to incorporate…
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Subscriber-only episode Subscriber-only episode Cheers! Find all your Brave New Teaching Happy Hour member info HERE: https://www.bravenewteaching.com/hhmembers 📚 BNT PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT & RESOURCES 👩‍💻 Join Happy Hour! Curriculum Rehab Down with the Reading Quiz Shop the BNT Resource Library Connect with us on Instagram @bravenewteaching Subs…
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Does teaching poetry intimidate you or make you feel insecure about your ability to effectively teach your students? You are not alone and we’re here to help build your confidence by breaking it down and making teaching poetry a bit more accessible for you! When we are teaching something we aren’t very confident in (like poetry!), finding engaging …
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Ten-Word Tiny Tales is UK Children’s Laureate Joseph Coelho’s magnificent compendium of twenty stories, each illustrated by a different artist and each just ten words long—as much a work of art as an invitation to budding writers. His young adult novel in verse, The Boy Lost in the Maze, is a spellbinding blending of the ancient myth of Theseus and…
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We’re bringing you an episode of a new podcast we think you’ll love: The Amendment. A new podcast about gender, politics, and power from The 19th News and Wonder Media Network, The Amendment is hosted by award-winning journalist and 19th editor-at-large Errin Haines. Each week, Errin sits down with people who have fresh perspectives on the state of…
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