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Best Stephanie Hinton podcasts we could find (updated January 2020)
Best Stephanie Hinton podcasts we could find
Updated January 2020
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Passing Notes with Stephanie Hinton is a podcast for educators with the purpose of supporting, informing, and encouraging teachers!
 
A podcast about YA fiction by two young-ish adults who have been into this stuff forever!
 
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In which you get a peek behind the curtain and hear Aife discover in real time that we’re going to have cake!!! Ciara and Aífe talk about Johnny and the Dead, the second book in The Johnny Maxwell Trilogy by Terry Pratchett, Aífe’s favourite author. Discussion points include people who were Very Nearly famous, the place of the dead in society, the …
 
We discuss secret magic happening in Ireland with Mary Watsons The Wren Hunt and the eerie feel that comes from starting your novel with a girl being hunted through the woods. If you enjoyed this episode, consider subscribing! You can have two episodes a month delivered into your lovely ears for FREE. You can keep tabs on upcoming books and give us…
 
For this episode of Passing Notes I interviewed recently retired educator, Kevin Lynch. Kevin is a former teacher, university professor, has provided support to teachers through grants across the state, and a former school administrator. I know Kevin because he was one of my teachers at East Central University. From the first day in his class I was…
 
For this episode of Passing Notes I interviewed William Stubbs. William is the Managing Director with Uplift Education in Dallas, Texas and is a co-moderator for #BMEsTalk. William and I discussed the importance of equity in education and what districts need to do to keep the conversation going. You can find William on Twitter @WmStubbs. Reflection…
 
We catch up about some the books that we read over the year and discuss our favourites from 2019! If you enjoyed this episode, consider subscribing! You can have two episodes a month delivered into your lovely ears for FREE. You can keep tabs on upcoming books and give us recommendations on our social media: www.Twitter.com/foreverYApod www.Instagr…
 
Merry midwinter, dear listeners! On this, the longest night, Ciara and Aífe discuss the highly seasonal book Turnabout by Margaret Peterson Haddix. Haddix became a YA author in the 90s after deciding that she didn't want her husband to be her boss. Legend. Topics include cashless society, Kentucky, that Benjamin Button backwards aging disease, cath…
 
For this episode of Passing Notes I interviewed Melonie Hau, the Superintendent of Newcastle Public Schools. Superintendent Hau has worked with multiple districts and the K20 Center on strategic planning. Through this she has learned and led districts in how to create a strategic plan that drives district decisions and student achievement. You can …
 
We're feeling the winter time here at Forever Young Adult and so have brought you a fun romp around New York City during the week of Christmas. Romance, snow and a misunderstanding with baby. What could be more festive? If you enjoyed this episode, consider subscribing! You can have two episodes a month delivered into your lovely ears for FREE. You…
 
For this episode of Passing Notes I interviewed Dr. Keely Frayser. Keely is the Executive Director of Curriculum in the Putnam City School District. Keely and I discussed in depth the power of a PLC community within a school and a district and how PLCs can help change the narrative and community of a school. Reflection Questions: What does your cur…
 
For this episode of Passing Notes I interviewed Greg Frederick. Greg is the principal of the U.S. Grant High School in Oklahoma City Public Schools. In this role he and his staff have worked hard to develop a place where students can come learn, grow, explore their passions, and make connections. Reflection Questions: What programs/partnerships do …
 
While Ciara is in Japan, Aífe and special guest Michelle discuss the greatest love story of all time? Content warnings for abusive and unhealthy relationship dynamics. If you enjoyed this episode, consider subscribing! You can have two episodes a month delivered into your lovely ears for FREE. You can keep tabs on upcoming books and give us recomme…
 
While Aife is off gallivanting Ciara and Special Guest Orli discuss The Night Circus by Erin Morgenstern and get into our preferred magic systems and the benefits of being contained within the human body. So join us as we take a trip to the Circus! If you enjoyed this episode, consider subscribing! You can have two episodes a month delivered into y…
 
For this episode of Passing Notes, in the Leadership Series, I visited with retired educator Pam Hibbs on building relationships. Pam Hibbs is the former Director of Early Childhood and my old boss in OKCPS. During her time with OKCPS she developed relationships with community partners, families, and students in order to build opportunities for fam…
 
Aífe and Ciara discuss our second spooky season book: Anna Dressed in Blood. Kendare Blake's 2011 novel is about a girl called Anna and her excellent fashion choices. A book so supernatural and romantic that Stephanie Meyer's production company might make it into a movie. Let's talk magic; let's talk lying about being a wiccan; let's talk ghost hun…
 
This is episode 1 of the Leadership Series. This series will focus on the multifaceted work of school leaders. To kick of this series, I interviewed Dr. April Grace, Superintendent of Shawnee Public Schools, on the role of the superintendency and the importance of civic engagement. You can contact Dr. Grace on Twitter @ShawneeSup. Reflection Guide:…
 
We do something a little different this week and discuss three books all at once! The Skullduggery Pleasant series has been a figment of all of our imaginations since 2007 and we need to talk about the age limit on child side kicks (though I think Valkyrie would kick us for suggesting she’s anyone’s sidekick).…
 
For this episode of Passing Notes I interviewed Principal of Shidler Elementary in Oklahoma City, Armando Ayala. Mr. Ayala is known for his ability to connect the community to his school, providing numerous resources and opportunities for his students and their families. Mr. Ayala shared with Passing Notes the importance of relationships and how to…
 
In this episode of the Forever Young Adult Podcast, your hosts Aífe and Ciara discuss Rainbow Rowell's 2012 novel Fangirl. Discussions include: College, Anxiety, College Anxiety(TM), social anxiety, people who should be on drugs, fangirling, Baz and Simon, dyslexia, Bad Naming Conventions For Twins, and the horror of experiencing ATTRACTION. Conten…
 
We get into the world of crime and art with Gardner's debut novel You're Welcome Universe. We discuss the complicated relationships between women and benefits of whales as carbon sinks.
 
This episode of Passing Notes is focused on how partners support education and instructional practices in the classroom! I interviewed members of OKC Midtown Rotary Club Laura Nauman, Emily Duncan, and Matt Murphy about the projects they have completed in partnership with a variety of schools across the metro and how educators can engage with them …
 
Aífe and Ciara discuss Geography Club by Brent Hardinger, a 2003 young adult novel about a group of unlikely teenagers brought together by a shared experience that, well, isn't geography. Yep, you got us. It's lgbtq+ themes. Discussion points include: the racoon that lives within all of us, sex on tv, 2003 internet, the gentle teen kiss of asparagu…
 
Education Foundations, large and small, exist all over the nation to support schools and teachers with a focus on meeting school needs where gaps exist. OKCPS has an exceptional foundation that, like other foundations, is working to address many of the educational challenges that our district faces. I visited with Mary Mélon, who is the president o…
 
If you are a bodyless soul inhabiting the bodies of others all of your life what are the ethics of falling in love? We explore this question and more in this episode!
 
This one doesn't contain a car accident, but there may be a car on-purpose or two. Aífe and Ciara discuss Meg Rosoff's 2004 book How I Live Now, which was much enjoyed by reviewers and apparently also Saoirse Ronan. Content warnings: Eating disorders, cousin incest, war, minor character death, descriptions of PTSD.…
 
Ciara read ‘The Quiet at the End of the World’ by Lauren James and we had a good time discussing the romantic implications of being the last to humans and the horror of royalty
 
Aífe and Ciara read and discuss Stirfry by Emma Donoghue. This coming of age story was written and set before homosexuality was decriminalised in Ireland! Also, shockingly, Aífe finally gets to read a book with no car crashes! Thanks to everyone who voted in our Pride Month Poll on twitter! If you want to suggest a book to us, you can find us: on t…
 
A masterpiece of the superhero genre! Ciara and Aife discuss April Daniels novel Dreadnought and the joy of reading a book written entirely for trans girls!
 
In this, our first ever listener request, Aífe continues the trend of somehow always reading books with car crashes in them. Ciara suffers the indignity of a protagonist called Kira, and we all enjoy like, a book that is fun to read? For once? Content warning for blood, minor character death, and one guy who is a truly manipulative bastard. Thanks …
 
We discuss Gary D. Schmidt's Okay for Now a companion novel to a book neither of us have read, but worry not we loved it and a great time talking about birds in books and the importance of having an adult who sees and supports you in a young persons life. Theme music by Kate Stewart.
 
In this episode of Forever YA Pod Aífe and Ciara discuss perhaps our most highly decorated book yet - Benjamin Alire Sáenz's Aristotle and Dante Discover the Secrets of the Universe. Aífe read this one, so of course there's a car accident. There's also love, self discovery, and Teen Boy Moodiness. Life hack: don't ....get hit by a car. Content warn…
 
Join Ciara and Aífe as they discuss Cethan Leahy's "Tuesdays are just as Bad". Set in Cork, Ireland and narrated by the ghost of the main character. Content Warning: Discussion of Suicide and suicide attempts, mental illness, abusive parenting If you enjoyed this episode, consider subscribing! You can have two episodes a month delivered into your l…
 
Once a Nerdfighter, always a person who has big opinions about books. In which Aífe discusses Turtles All the Way Down by John Green. Life Hack: Don't drink hand sanitizer! Content Warnings: In depth discussion of living with OCD and anxiety. Brief discussions of parental death, Car crashes, and serious injury. If you enjoyed this episode, consider…
 
Ciara tells Aífe all about We Are Okay, a 2018 novel by American author Nina LaCour. Content warnings: Grief, mentions of suicide. If you enjoyed this episode, consider subscribing! You can have two episodes a month delivered into your lovely ears for FREE. You can keep tabs on upcoming books and give us recommendations on our social media: www.Twi…
 
In which Aífe tells Ciara all about Maggie Stiefvater's 2009 novel Shiver, and if you listen really really closely, eats a tea cake. Life hack: Don't give yourself bacterial meningitis on purpose! Content Warnings: brief discussions of violence against children, animal attacks, parental neglect, serious illness. Mentions of gun violence, cancer, il…
 
In our first episode Ciara and Aífe discuss The Outsiders by S.E. Hilton and discover that people can have complex emotions. Theme music by Kate Stewart.
 
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