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School Me

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A podcast fueled by educators. Each month, School Me brings you advice from fellow educators, expert breakdowns of education trends and news, and the encouragement you need to give your students your very best each day.
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Teacher Approved

Heidi and Emily, Elementary School Teacher and Resource Designer

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Do you ever feel like there’s just not enough time in the day to be the kind of teacher you really want to be? The Teacher Approved podcast is here to help you learn how to elevate what matters and simplify the rest. Join co-hosts Emily and Heidi of Second Story Window each week as they share research-based and teacher-approved strategies you can count on to make your teaching more efficient and effective than ever before. For more teacher approved tips and resources, head to www.secondstory ...
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The Teaching Toolbox - A Podcast for Middle School Teachers

Brittany Naujok & Ellie Nixon, Podcast for Middle School Teachers

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The Teaching Toolbox podcast is the ultimate resource for upper elementary and middle school teachers seeking time-tested strategies and ideas. With knowledgeable teacher guests, this podcast offers invaluable teaching tips and strategies that are sure to enhance your classroom experience. Tune in for expert advice from Brittany and Ellie on everything from lesson planning to classroom management. With over 50 years of teaching experience between them, they have the knowledge, expertise, and ...
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The Electronic Intifada

The Electronic Intifada

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An independent online news publication and educational resource focusing on Palestine, its people, politics, culture and place in the world. Radio stations are free to use our audio with attribution.
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Bienvenidos a "Teachers al poder", a podcast for busy bilingual maestras brought to you by Konjuntos. We are Ceci and Andreina, a team of bilingual, latina educators with more than 20 years of experience in the field. As maestras, we live en carne propia the lack of materials and professional development FOR bilingual teachers and BY bilingual teachers. So, as mujeres chingonas y emprendedoras, we decided to create a space to empower bilingual teachers. Each episode of Teachers al Poder will ...
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The InFluency podcast is your go-to resource for learning, speaking and teaching English. Hadar Shemesh is a pronunciation expert and fluency coach with thousands of students around the world, though she herself was an intermediate speaker of English once. In this podcast she will share her best strategies for learning English, speaking English with confidence and mastering the American accent. Discover how becoming fluent has everything to do with acquiring the right mindset, setting goals ...
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I’m executing a blueprint to push back illiberalism and I'd like you to be directly involved. The blueprint has a two-fold aim: first, to restore free speech and open inquiry as non-partisan values; and second, to reveal the implications of far-left ideological takeover. Truth is no longer the North Star of our universities. However, addressing what goes on in university classrooms is not nearly enough. Students indoctrinated with intolerant ideologies are now teachers in primary education, ...
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Wife Teacher Mommy: The Podcast

Kelsey Sorenson, Elementary Teacher, Homeschool Mom, and Life Coach

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Being an educator is beyond a full-time job. Whether you’re a teacher or a homeschool parent, the everyday to-do list is endless. Between lesson planning, grading, meetings, and actually teaching, it probably feels impossible to show up for your students without dropping the ball in other areas of your life. Wife Teacher Mommy: The Podcast is the show that will bring you the teacher tips, practical strategies, and inspiration that you need to relieve the stress and overwhelm of your day-to-d ...
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Equipping ELLs

Beth Vaucher, ELL, ESL Teachers

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Equipping ELLs is a podcast for ESL specialists and homeroom teachers who are looking for effective and engaging ways to support their English Language Learners without adding to their endless to-do list. Each week you’ll hear tips, strategies, and inspirational stories that will empower you to better reach your ELL students, equip them with life-long skills, and strengthen relationships with colleagues and parents. Your host, Beth Vaucher, is an ESL certified homeroom teacher with over 10 y ...
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Yoga Medicine

Tiffany Cruikshank L.Ac, MAOM | Founder of Yoga Medicine®

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This show was created to educate and empower yoga students and teachers to use yoga therapeutically to optimize experiences, communities and resilience. Our methods are based on a deep understanding of anatomy, physiology and the integration of modern science and research with traditional practices and experience. We believe research is just as precious as experience and we believe in the human potential for change and greatness. Our goal is to help you learn the owners manual of your unique ...
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A 30-min conversation with Early Years Teacher Training Lead Suzi Chaemchaeng. Suzi welcomes guests from the world of Early Years education for a discussion around their practice and early years teaching values.
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Music Student 101

Jeremy Burns, Matthew Scott Phillips

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We are musicians, composers, engineers, teachers and students alike. The path of a musician can be challenging and uncertain but it can also be enriching and great fun! This is the path we chose and we are here as your resource. Explore theory, history, ear training, technique, special topics and overall musicianship.
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The FOI Equip podcast is your free resource for learning and engaging with the Scriptures from a Jewish perspective. Join our expert Bible teachers as they explain why God would choose an ancient people to bring a timeless hope to a lost and broken world.
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Breslov Torah

Rabbi Nasan Maimon

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Rabbi Nasan Maimon is recognized internationally as a dynamic teacher, compassionate listener, and experienced counselor who provides well-grounded applications of the teachings of Rebbe Nachman in contemporary life. His knowledge is informed by decades of close apprenticeship to his teachers, Rabbi Rosenfeld and Rabbi Yechiel Michel Dorfman ז”ל. Rabbi Maimon founded BreslovTorah.com as an online resource center for students of Rebbe Nachman all over the world.
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Special Educators Resource Room with Jennifer DeBrosse is the podcast for busy special education teachers. Whether you’re brand new to the world of special education or an experienced teacher, this podcast will provide time-saving solutions for any busy special educator. Get ready to move things off your special educator plate without feeling like you have to live at school. I’m your host, Jennifer DeBrosse. I’m dual-certified, have been in education for over 25 years, and spent time in both ...
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Gospel Reverb is crafted for preachers, teachers and pastors. This monthly podcast gives insightful commentary on Bible texts from the Revised Common Lectionary. Host, Anthony Mullins, interviews outstanding preachers, theologians and church practitioners from around the globe who provide Christ-centered observations on the lectionary texts.
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The Piano Parent Podcast is your one-stop shop for all things related to parenting a piano student. From practice tips to piano geography and musical terms, common studio policies to teacher and parent interviews, this is THE best resource to help you and your child make the most of piano lessons. Whether you are a knowledgeable musician or a complete novice, there is definitely something for you here.
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Welcome to the Thriving Yoga Teacher Podcast, your ultimate resource for building a successful yoga business and living your best life. Join host Jen as she explores actionable strategies and inspiring insights to help you thrive as a yoga teacher. In this podcast, she'll dive deep into all aspects of the yoga business, from marketing and branding to client retention and financial management. Whether you're a seasoned yoga teacher looking to level up your business or a new instructor navigat ...
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The Aside Podcast

The Aside Podcast

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The Aside Podcast exists to educate Victorian drama teachers and students about all things theatre, it is hosted by Nicholas Waxman and Eli Erez. The Aside Podcasts are a free resource supported by Drama Victoria - Australia’s oldest Drama Association
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The podcast about all things business for music teachers and studio owners. Learn how to brand, market, and grow your music studio. Hear stories of creative music teachers who are taking on other cool entrepreneurial projects. Get answers to your self-employment questions from experts. Hosted by entrepreneur, business coach, and piano teacher, Andrea Miller.
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Herbal Radio

Mountain Rose Herbs

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Ready to devour some inspiring herbal education? We're thrilled to share our very own podcast: Herbal Radio! This community resource is a collection of curated lectures from some of our generation's most esteemed herbalists. These informational talks are from our event, the Free Herbalism Project, audio extracted from our YouTube channel, and more.
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For the past 35 years, Steve Barkley has served as an education consultant to school districts, teacher organizations, state departments of education, and colleges and universities nationally and internationally, facilitating the changes necessary for them to reach students and successfully prepare them for the 21st century. A prolific published author, his weekly blog has evolved into a go-to resource for teachers and administrators all over the world. Visit BarkleyPD.com to learn more.
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Rabbi Nasan Maimon is the founder of BreslovTorah.com - an online community and resource site for the teachings of Rebbe Nachman of Breslov. Please visit our website to enjoy FREE ACCESS to a searchable database and streaming of more than 6,000 authoritative, text-based classes. R' Nasan is recognized internationally as a dynamic teacher, compassionate listener, and experienced counselor who provides well-grounded applications of the teachings of Rebbe Nachman in contemporary life. His knowl ...
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Optimistic Voices

Helping Children Worldwide; Dr. Laura Horvath, Emmanuel M. Nabieu, Yasmine Vaughan, Melody Curtiss

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Vital voices in the fields of global health, global child welfare reform and family separation, and those intent on conducting ethical missions in low resource communities and developing nations. Join our hosts as they engage in conversations with diverse guests from across the globe, sharing optimistic views, experiences, and suggestions for better and best practices as they discuss these difficult topics.
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Learn Smarter Podcast

Rachel Kapp and Stephanie Pitts- Educational Therapists

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Learn Smarter: the Educational Therapy Podcast is your go-to resource for the parents and teachers of students with different learning needs. We are two educational therapists who are committed to helping parents and educators find easy, simple and FUN ways of supporting learners. We’ll be covering everything from executive functioning to games to feelings to tricks of the trade. Join us on this journey to support your complex and diverse kids.
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Do you struggle with anxiety? Feel as if you're trapped in a Groundhog Day loop of stress, worry, and overwhelm? Are you tired of fluffy advice from well-meaning friends and experts that leave you in the same place you started with anxiety? This podcast is the resource you've been looking for. Each week, Mindfulness Meditation Teacher Kelly Hanlin McCormick will guide you on the path to true transformation around anxiety. She'll walk you through specific tools and resources to support your w ...
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The Terrific Teacherpreneur

Alexandra Baxter - TpT Seller Coach

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This podcast is for teacherpreneurs looking to create and grow profitable online businesses! It is full of actionable tips and advice for teacher authors on Teachers Pay Teachers. The Terrific Teacherpreneur podcast features business, productivity, and marketing tips for teacher sellers looking to transform their side hustle into a successful business. If you are a TpT seller, this podcast is for you!
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Welcome to The Dear Timothy Podcast, hosted by Maxwell Ogaga a Pastor, Bible Teacher and Trainer. This podcast will focus on Pastoral & Ministry Tips to Help You fulfil your call and become an effective minister to the Body of Christ Maxwell is an author of 10 books including the best-selling “Dear Timothy” series written for Pastor & Ministry Leaders. He is the founder of The Dear Timothy Pastors & Ministry Leaders Institute; a dynamic training platform for Pastors and Ministry Leaders. For ...
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Lead to Gold is an enlightening podcast dedicated to exploring the realms of personal growth, wellness, and spiritual development, without the Instagram BS. Hosted by English teacher, writer, and multi-faceted life learner Erin Taylor, each episode takes listeners on a journey of conversation, keeping it cozy as if gathered on the couch with a good friend. Whether you seek guidance on self-discovery, mindfulness, relationships, or conscious living, this podcast is a valuable resource for alc ...
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Autism Academy 360

Lisa Hollady and Abigail Moehringer, Autism Academy 360

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Step into the world of inclusive education with "Autism Academy 360," the podcast designed for educators, parents, and anyone passionate about unlocking the full potential of individuals on the Autism spectrum. I'm Lisa, and alongside my fellow special education teacher, Abby, we bring you a wealth of knowledge and experience. As creators on Teachers Pay Teachers and advocates for Autism Acceptance, we dive deep into the intricacies of teaching and supporting Autistic students. Each episode ...
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History Detective is a podcast for teachers, students and lovers of history. It delves into stories from the past that don’t always get told in the textbooks. Every episode will include an original song that compliments the topic. This is a classroom friendly resource that aligns with history curriculums. Visit Amped Up Learning for accompanying teaching resources for every episode.
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Real conversations with real teachers. Listen to all different types of educators share their opinions on a wide range of topics. Walk away with an activity, app, or game you can start using right away in your classroom.
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Schooled In Socials

Kassaundra Foster, Social Media Tips for Teacher Business Owners

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Does marketing your teaching resources on social media have your head spinning? Schooled in Socials will teach you everything you need to make marketing your teaching resources on social media sustainable and profitable for your teacher business. Each week, Kassaundra Foster and her guests will share social media strategies that will help you grow and manage your community so that you can begin to take full advantage of social media marketing without all of the stress. You’ll learn how to pl ...
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Welcome to pure relaxation and peace. Here you will find a library of 10-15 minute meditations to help you find space in your life to just let go, relax, find peace, gain perspective and maintain energy. Each week there will be a new meditation for you. I also love to talk with other energy healers and people who love meditation to explore as many different modalities but on the whole this is a resource for you to find a moment of peace and quiet in your life. I am a teacher of the Chakra sy ...
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The Social Studies Teacher Podcast

Kirsten Hammond, The Southern Teach

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Are you an upper elementary teacher looking for simple strategies that will help make teaching social studies easy and fun? This podcast is perfect for 3rd, 4th, and 5th grade teachers who want to maximize their time and bring social studies to life in their classrooms! Your host, Kirsten of The Southern Teach, is a mom and educator with over a decade of experience teaching in the classroom. She is all about simple and actionable strategies that result in wins, big or small. Each week, she'l ...
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In It: Supporting Kids Who Learn and Think Differently

Understood.org, Gretchen Vierstra, Rachel Bozek

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Discover In It, a podcast that explores the joys and frustrations of supporting kids with learning disabilities and ADHD. Join hosts Rachel Bozek and Gretchen Vierstra as they talk with parents, caregivers, teachers, and sometimes kids. They offer perspective, advice, and stories for and from people who have challenges with reading, math, focus, and other learning differences. Get tips on parenting kids with learning disabilities like dyslexia. Understood.org is a resource dedicated to shapi ...
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"Not every book is for every child, but for every child there is a book." The Children’s Book Review, is a resource devoted to children’s literature and literacy. In the Growing Readers Podcast, we produce author and illustrator interviews focused on the best books for kids of all ages. We help parents, grandparents, caregivers, teachers, and librarians to grow readers. Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/thechildrensbookreview/support
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Teaching in a prison means that there is no internet. In today's digital age, that's unheard of for a teacher. This podcast series will describe the life of a teacher behind bars and ways to get around this disconnected life.
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Over the past decade, there has been a welcome push towards a more inclusive approach to yoga. But what does that look like on a practical level? Jivana Heyman has been at the center of the accessible yoga movement as the founder of the Accessible Yoga Project and the author of The Teacher's Guide to Accessible Yoga, Best Practices for Sharing Yoga…
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Today I’m joined by Jennifer Foxx, a teacher who has been blogging and creating curriculum and resources for music teachers for over a decade. In our conversation, we talk about how she took the simplest route at first and started her business on Teachers Pay Teachers and has since strengthened her business by investing in platforms she owns, like …
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The prophecy of the Valley of Dry Bones is a vivid and compelling vision prophesied in the book of Ezekiel. The promise of bringing the bones back to life from death signifies God's commitment to restoring Israel not just physically by returning the people to their land but also spiritually by renewing their covenant relationship with Him. Join Fri…
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The prophecy of the Valley of Dry Bones is a vivid and compelling vision prophesied in the book of Ezekiel. The promise of bringing the bones back to life from death signifies God's commitment to restoring Israel not just physically by returning the people to their land but also spiritually by renewing their covenant relationship with Him. Join Fri…
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Struggling to navigate effective collaboration with your teaching team while supporting the success of your English language learners? Unlock the secrets to successful co-teaching in this episode of Equipping ELLs! Host Beth Vaucher delves into the essential foundations of collaboration, drawing from the expertise found in the book Collaboration an…
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There were so many women involved in World War I, both on the Front Lines and on the home front. Matron Adelaide Maud Kellett was on the hospital ship at Gallipoli and later ran a hospital for soldiers who had lost limbs. In this episode Kelly Chase reads out the words of Adelaide herself in this touching tribute to the women who served in World Wa…
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⸺SUPPORT MY WORK⸺Newsletter | https://boghossian.substack.com/ Donate | https://www.nationalprogressalliance.org/donate/ ⸺LINKS⸺Podcast: "Conversations with Peter Boghossian": https://pod.link/1650150225Website | https://peterboghossian.com/ National Progress Alliance | https://www.nationalprogressalliance.org/ Resignation Letter | https://peterbog…
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According to a National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) press release, “during the first six months of Fiscal Year 2024 (October 1–March 31), union election petitions filed at NLRB field offices rose 35% over the same period in Fiscal Year 2023.” In this episode, Labor Relations Institute’s Michael VanDervort joins host Peter List to discuss the union…
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Thanks to staff at PLS3rdLearning and scores of educators and authors, we are celebrating our 500th podcast! We took a few minutes to share our experiences with you. It has been exciting to have my learning extended as we created an opportunity to ponder about teaching and learning with guests and listeners. Subscribe to the Steve Barkley Ponders O…
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Burnout is becoming a more common experience than ever, in the yoga world and beyond, so today hosts Tiffany and Rachel dive into the varied experiences of and solutions to this problem. We discuss three common precursors to burnout and how challenging it can be to generate the energy required to recognize and resolve it. We also share the role yog…
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If you think your child is struggling at school, what’s the best way to make sure they’re getting the support they need? Who should you talk to first? Should you call a meeting, send an email, or do something else? In this episode of In It, hosts Gretchen Vierstra and Rachel Bozek welcome Julian Saavedra. Julian is an assistant principal in Philade…
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Billy Lahr is a Mindfulness and Intentional Living Coach, he is a digital nomad living and travelling in the Far East. We discuss living with intention, following your purpose - not your passion, and how to live mindfully. Our conversation also encompasses the issues around midlife crisis and much more! It was a really fun and energetic conversatio…
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Have you ever heard someone say, “Jewish people influence the news to make Israel look like the victim” or “Jewish people control the media!”? Is there any truth to these age-old antisemitic tropes? Join Sarit Catz from the Committee for Accuracy in Middle East Reporting and Analysis (CAMERA) as she interacts with the evidence and reveals that ther…
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On this episode of Labor Relations Radio, Congressman Burgess Owens (R-UT) discusses his recently-introduced bill, the Start Applying Labor Transparency (SALT) Act, legislation aimed at exposing “salting,” a common union organizing tactic where individuals are paid by labor unions to infiltrate companies to unionize employers from within. Although …
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With the MTNA conference in March, I guess you could say I’ve been on a conference kick. We talked about Networking with Stephanie Bonte-Lebair in Episode 141, I shared my takeaways from MTNA in Episode 142, and then last week I did a live Networking Debrief workshop with a group of teachers and, together, we went through our own lists of people we…
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The Aside Podcasts are a free resource supported by Drama Victoria - Australia’s oldest Drama AssociationIn this episode of The Aside, we talk with the director of 2024 Playlisted show The Trojan War, Leo Gene Peters about the show. Leo is also artistic director of A Slightly Isolated Dog who created the work.Time StampsStyle - From 1min 20secPerfo…
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Welcome to "Backward Planning 101: A Special Educator’s Secret Weapon." In this episode, we're diving into how backward planning can transform your teaching and boost student success in the special education setting. It's all about starting with your end goal and designing each lesson to achieve those outcomes, ensuring that every minute in the cla…
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Good morning, happy Wednesday! This week's episode of The Transforming Anxiety Podcast is a discussion about something pretty simple, but a powerful addition to the toolbox that we're all using to take care of ourselves around anxiety. And that is: the inevitable ​lapses in logic​ that occur in our minds. Our brains are shameless; they'll think abs…
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In this episode of "The Thriving Yoga Teacher" podcast, I emphasize the importance of understanding that balance doesn't mean juggling everything at once. Instead, it's about recognizing the seasons of life and business, each with its own set of priorities. Key Learnings: Embracing Seasons: Just as in yoga practice, life and business also have seas…
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In this video, Baroness Claire Fox and Peter touch upon various topics like the impact of scientism on political discourse, the interpretation of reason leading to technocratic approaches, and the role of social media in liberal democracy. They discuss the risks of echo chambers within the anti-woke movement and the erosion of public trust in insti…
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Do you know the 5 most common words in English? Are you actually pronouncing them the RIGHT WAY? You might be surprised! Tune in to this episode to learn about how to actually pronounce the most common words that appear in the English language. Practice more of these words in phrases and sentences on my website: https://bit.ly/3THEdOw…
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In this insightful interview, acclaimed middle-grade author Dan Gemeinhart discusses his highly anticipated standalone companion novel Coyote Lost and Found, the follow-up to his beloved bestseller The Remarkable Journey of Coyote Sunrise. Gemeinhart reflects on the evolution of the complex relationship between his resilient protagonist Coyote and …
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Rachel Kapp, M.Ed., BCET, and Stephanie Pitts, M.Ed., BCET complete their 3-part series where they answer a final round of Frequently Asked Questions. In episode 304, which aired 2 weeks ago, they tackled Digital Age Questions. In episode 305, they tackled parenting questions. This week they respond to frequently asked school-related questions incl…
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This week’s episode of The Terrific Teacherpreneur is all about my earnings from Pinterest. In this episode, I explain how I make hundreds of dollars each month with only a small time commitment. In this episode, I discuss: Exactly how much money I've made from Pinterest and blogging in the last 3-4 years When I started Pinterest and blogging A bre…
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I just got back from the incredibly inspirational I Can Do It conference and I am so energized and inspired. I experience so many benefits from attending these conferences all about self improvement. So I wanted to share the 4 main takeaway points that I learned at this special conference! We are going to be talking all about what I learned and was…
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If you'd like to make the most of your instructional minutes while also helping students understand how different subjects connect in real life, then you'll love this episode about blending history and literature in the middle school classroom. Topics Discussed Why you might want to integrate subjects How to pair language arts and social studies to…
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While the 20th century is a fascinating topic to cover, it can be a challenge to find resources that include the correct level of depth for the upper elementary classroom. Let's dive in to unpack this puzzle together. Episode Highlights Introduction to the 20th and 21st Centuries The 1900s and 1910s World War I The Roaring Twenties The Great Depres…
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The importance of being kind to ourselves can never be underestimated! When we are facing difficulties in our lives they are usually around relationships - with other people, with work, with money, with food - whatever the issue, bringing kindness into the situation will always bring relief. Noticing when we are not being kind to ourselves is the f…
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Have you ever wondered why Jesus was born in Bethlehem? It’s because where you come from defines you. Jesus’ birth in Bethlehem was no accident. In fact, it was predestined. Join Chris Katulka as he explores Micah 5:2, Micah’s prophecy of Jesus’ birth in Bethlehem. God pinpointed where Messiah would be born, and tells us what kind of person He is.…
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In this episode of "Let's Be Perfectly Queer," we are your hosts Archie and Katie and we are diving into a wide range of topics within the Queer community in another Queer & A episode. On this episode we discus the challenges of finding motivation and balance after taking a break. We also explore the world of dating apps like Hinge, sharing their o…
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Unlock the secrets of email marketing success with Melissa Seideman, our special guest and email marketing maestro! Together, we're unveiling the strategies that teacher entrepreneurs need to amplify their Teachers Pay Teachers sales. Melissa shares her top organic growth hacks, including the clever use of social media to automate content delivery …
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With spring finally here, you’re enjoying the nicer weather, the sun is shining, your overall mood is better, and you can start to see the light at the end of the tunnel that is the end of the school year. Unfortunately, so can your students. They’re coming out of winter where they’ve been inside, they are tired of being in the same classroom five …
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In this episode, Lisa goes in-depth about her favorite sensory tools to use for students on the Autism spectrum. She talks about the importance of ensuring that you are hitting all of the sensory needs of your students, including vestibular input, proprioceptive input, and oral seeking input. Take a listen to hear about all the different tools that…
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En este episodio de Teachers al poder, hacemos una recapitulación de nuestro primer ciclo de grabaciones donde nos hemos enfocado en las artes y cómo incorporarlas en nuestra enseñanza en el salón de clase. Música, danza, y diversión, ingredientes fundamentales para un aprendizaje lleno de experiencias, cultura, y goce, en el que los alumnos se con…
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A pro-union writer does a hit piece about a not-so-secret secret...actually, the WORST-KEPT SECRET EVER! Last week, Mike Elk, a pro-union writer, who owns a website called PayDay Report, did a hit piece on me entitled “Anti-UAW Union Buster Secretly Behind Hit Labor News Site.” Here is my response. Perhaps, we owe you an explanation... Union Watchd…
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Thanksgiving is a time to gather around the table with loved ones to show our gratitude and thankfulness to God. It’s more than lots of turkey and stuffing–the day to give thanks has its roots planted deeply in American history when the Mayflower Pilgrims shared a feast with the Native American Wampanoag people in 1621. But was that really the firs…
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