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Tech. Learn. Coffee. A podcast by teachers for teachers. Join edtech nerdists Lisa Nowakowski and Nancy Minicozzi (aka @NowaTechie and @CoffeeNancy) as they have a little coffee and talk innovation in the classroom to help bring out the innovator in you. Proud to be a part of the Edumatch Podcast Network.
 
Christ came to earth, died, and rose again not only to enable us to have eternal salvation but so that we can live a life empowered by the Holy Spirit filled by the peace of God and free from bondage and oppression. This podcast discusses what the life actually looks like with interviews with every day saints on the street and discussion on various topics. Join us for the adventure! Subscribe to the podcast, get updates at http://raisedtowalk.org/news,
 
Learn simple tools and techniques to achieve the basic ingredient on how to attract what you like in your life. I know a lot of people have learned affirmations to achieve their goal and sure enough, they get it but not everyone has that WILLPOWER to CONSISTENTLY maintain the energy to achieve it. The basic ingredient is your ENERGY CONDITION! Understanding how to change the condition of various energy centers may affect all areas of your life. Once you learn how to apply these teachings, it ...
 
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If you haven't checked out Flipgrid lately (or ever), you are missing out! Ann Kozma shares so many ideas and ways to use this extremely versatile tool, you won't believe it! Oh, and it's free! For more info or to see the fabulous resources in the show notes, visit tlc.ninja/112.By A podcast for teachers by teachers about classroom innovation
 
Efrain Tovar is passionate about supporting our English language learners so they can succeed. He shares some tidbits on how you can connect with your students and scaffold their learning in the virtual classroom or face to face, no matter what language they speak. To access the show notes and resources, visit tlc.ninja/111…
 
Esports are competitive video games that teach kids communication, collaboration, and problem-solving skills - and they're fun! Heidi Baynes tells us how you can start an eSports league in your school or district to create another option for students to connect with each other and the community.By A podcast for teachers by teachers about classroom innovation
 
Kim Voge wants her students to own their learning, and she owns her teaching. She chats with us about how to be a successful educator whether you are in a virtual or face-to-face classroom environment. To access the show notes and all the resources she shared with us, visit tlc.ninja/109.By A podcast for teachers by teachers about classroom innovation
 
Supporting struggling math students is challenging in a face to face environment; it can be even more so when we are only seeing our students virtually. Kristan Morales has strategies you need to keep students engaged, connected, and learning. To learn more and get links to the resources mentioned in the show, visit tlc.ninja/108.…
 
Life is all about risks: those you take and those you don't. Kyle Anderson lets us in on his new book, To The Edge: Successes & Failures Through Risk-Taking, and how the risks he has taken have shaped him as a person and an educator. To learn more or access the show notes, visit tlc.ninja/102By A podcast for teachers by teachers about classroom innovation
 
Early voting has ended in the midterm elections and Election Day is Tuesday. Many in America see it as a turning point, there is much at stake. Locally, we have a big fight brewing. Ted Cruz is defending his senate seat from challenger Beto O’Rourke. You might have heard of him. I already decided almost a year ago that I would not again give my vot…
 
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