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Best Teaching Tips podcasts we could find (updated August 2020)
Best Teaching Tips podcasts we could find
Updated August 2020
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Want to see your children reach their full potential, in all areas of their lives? Tim Dansie, a registered teacher and psychologist who is sought-after by both parents and educators alike, reveals what it takes to set your child up for success. Tim shares insights from his decades of experience working with children from all backgrounds with all kinds of personalities. He also shares real stories that you can learn from. Each episode is easy to understand with practical tips that you can ap ...
 
The three pillars of the podcast are: (1) Professional Development, (2) Student Engagement, (3) and Real World Application. Hosts will take the audience through a variety of topics and relevant issues through casual conversation and subject matter expert interviews. Each episode will feature a general question that aligns with one of the pillars.
 
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Tim Dansie talks to leadership coach Ally Nitschke about how parents can help their kids have courageous conversations, be kind and thoughtful to their peers and become great leaders. Connect with Ally: https://www.madeformore.com.au/ Buy Tim's children's book: Lucy Brown Turns Upside Down: http://lucybrownwritesupsidedown.com/ About Tim Dansie: Ti…
 
Tim Dansie talks to children's TV writer and musical theatre director Sean Peter on the importance of music and musical theatre but also why the sense of community around musical theatre is of such great benefit to children. Buy Tim's children's book: Lucy Brown Turns Upside Down: http://lucybrownwritesupsidedown.com/ About Tim Dansie: Tim is a reg…
 
Tim talks to Catherine Morkunas, an early childhood education trainer, about what parents can do to help kids transition into and through early learning and school. Buy Tim's children's book: Lucy Brown Turns Upside Down: http://lucybrownwritesupsidedown.com/ About Tim Dansie: Tim is a registered Teacher and Psychologist. He spent 12 years working …
 
Tim Dansie talks to Delphine Rule Access to Education in Ontario, Canada, who helps provide a voice to families who have children with learning disabilities. Not only is Delphine a Mum, wife and teacher, she also has dyslexia, and so do her children. She shares incredible insights about not letting disability define her or her kids, and how familie…
 
Tim Dansie is joined again by the Girl Power team to talk about what it takes to raise resilient children. More on GirlPower workshops: https://www.girlpowerworkshops.com.au/ Buy Tim's children's book: Lucy Brown Turns Upside Down: http://lucybrownwritesupsidedown.com/ About Tim Dansie: Tim is a registered Teacher and Psychologist. He spent 12 year…
 
Tim Dansie talks to Australian kids singing, songwriting and entertainment legend Peter Combe about his story, and what he's learned about children both as an entertainer and a parent. Connect with Peter Combe here: https://www.petercombe.com.au/ Join the Setting Your Child Up For Success Facebook group: https://www.facebook.com/SettingYourChildUpf…
 
Tim Dansie talks to Los Angeles based clinical psychologist, Dr Regine Muradian, who shares her insights about setting children up for success, including children and families dealing with anxiety, ADHD and other issues. Connect with Dr Muradian here: http://reginemuradian.com/ Join the Setting Your Child Up For Success Facebook group: https://www.…
 
Tim Dansie returns for season 5, talking about how parents can help kids in the 'new normal of learning, during and post pandemic - both at home and at school. Join the Setting Your Child Up For Success Facebook group: https://www.facebook.com/SettingYourChildUpforSuccess/ Buy Tim's children's book: Lucy Brown Turns Upside Down: http://lucybrownwri…
 
To finish the season, Tim answers key and common questions from parents. Join the Setting Your Child Up For Success Facebook group: https://www.facebook.com/SettingYourChildUpforSuccess/ Buy Tim's children's book: Lucy Brown Turns Upside Down: http://lucybrownwritesupsidedown.com/ About Tim Dansie: Tim is a registered Teacher and Psychologist. He s…
 
Tim talks about how to identify if the use of technology has become a problem for your child. Tim provides the 'do's and don't's' for parents and talks about the latest research on technology addiction. Join the Setting Your Child Up For Success Facebook group: https://www.facebook.com/SettingYourChildUpforSuccess/ Buy Tim's children's book: Lucy B…
 
In this episode, Tim talks about how we can support children and ourselves through this challenging time as the Coronavirus sweeps through the world. Tim talks about reducing fear, learning activities at home and how to make sure we look after ourselves through exercise and keeping in contact with our friends. Join the Setting Your Child Up For Suc…
 
This episode, with special guests Georgette Gorman and Tiffany Newell, speaks to how faculty handle challenges, which is especially relevant given the current global health concerns. Georgette shares strategies for planning to move courses online, including reviewing the syllabus and anticipating changes that need to be made. Tiffany emphasizes the…
 
It’s hard to believe that GCU’s first and longest-running podcast is turning 50! This week Faculty Training and Development could not think of a better way to celebrate the 50th episode than to celebrate all faculty!! This very special episode was captured “live” on the purple carpet when Mark and Josh took the show on the road to the 2019 Faculty …
 
In this episode, Tim Dansie talks about friendships and how parents can help their children to develop strong friendships through good role modelling, teaching and mentoring. Join the Setting Your Child Up For Success Facebook group: https://www.facebook.com/SettingYourChildUpforSuccess/ Buy Tim's children's book: Lucy Brown Turns Upside Down: http…
 
I talk about my Top 5 Tips for Creating Materials for Children's English Class (ESL, EFL). I have been creating songs, videos, and worksheets for Dream English for years, and I share my advice on how to get started, or improve upon what you are already doing. I also talk about the new Dream English Kids Patreon page. You can now support Dream Engli…
 
In this episode, Tim talks about sibling rivalry and how we can work towards spending some good quality one on one time with our children while also having times where we can actively play with all of our children. Tim also talks about what to do when children fight and how to solve the great front seat battle. Join the Setting Your Child Up For Su…
 
In this episode, Tim talks about how over protective parents can learn to step back and allow children to develop resilience, decision making and problem solving skills. This episode will help parents reflect on their parenting style with useful tips to help set kids up for success. Join the Setting Your Child Up For Success Facebook group: https:/…
 
Tim talks to John and Stephanie Gaynor, the parents of the young adults who appeared on Season 3, Episode 7. John and Steph talk about the challenges of parenting, working together to parent and how challenging it is for young parents today. Join the Setting Your Child Up For Success Facebook group: https://www.facebook.com/SettingYourChildUpforSuc…
 
At the time of recording this episode, we're about to kick off a new school year in Australia ... but these insights from Tim Dansie will be relevant for any parent who wants to set their child up for success at school. Tune in now. Join the Setting Your Child Up For Success Facebook group: https://www.facebook.com/SettingYourChildUpforSuccess/ Buy…
 
Tim talks about how to support a child who has ADHD and how parents can work with schools and Allied Health professionals to help a child. Here's some excellent tips for both parents and teachers. Join the Setting Your Child Up For Success Facebook group: https://www.facebook.com/SettingYourChildUpforSuccess/ Buy Tim's children's book: Lucy Brown T…
 
Tim talks with Gary Jenkinson who has been a school teacher for more than 40 years and has extensive experience in setting up boys for success. Tim and Gary talk about a range of topics and insights, but focus particularly on how parents can raise boys into great people. Join the Setting Your Child Up For Success Facebook group: https://www.faceboo…
 
Tim talks about the vital role that grandparents play in helping to set children up for success, but also some of the challenges that can occur when grandparents are involved. Tim talks about finding the healthy balance of involving grandparents but also making sure that rules, routines and boundaries are kept. Join the Setting Your Child Up For Su…
 
Tim talks about the importance of family holidays, for children and parents. Tim talks about what parents can do to make to the holiday run smoothly and shares some good ideas about preparing and accommodating children while on holiday. Join the Setting Your Child Up For Success Facebook group: https://www.facebook.com/SettingYourChildUpforSuccess/…
 
In the return of Setting Your Child Up For Success, Tim reviews the basics of what success looks like. He also tackles the topic of 'why?' - Why do children behave in certain ways? If we can understand why, we can modify, prevent and teach strategies to change behaviours. Join the Setting Your Child Up For Success Facebook group: https://www.facebo…
 
Our special guests this week serve within a department that often becomes synonymous with Faculty Training and Development. Season 3 Episode 11 will not only help clear up any confusion, but will empower listeners to fully utilize the Faculty Services department. The collaboration between Faculty Services and Faculty Training Development is often s…
 
As the semester is getting ready to wrap up, Teaching Tips keeps revving up when it comes to guests! Listeners are in for a special treat with Season 3 Episode 10, as Mark and Josh welcome Nate Terlisner to the microphone. Nate brings a unique commanding yet calming presence to the classroom. Nate’s unique teaching style also allows for him to succ…
 
Season 3 Episode 9 offers listeners an in-depth look into the importance of engagement, encouraging the use of technology, and the world of special education. Holly Love brings personality and professionalism to the mic just as she does within every classroom she enters. Our special guest this week brings over one and a half decades of experience w…
 
In this episode I talk about my top ten ideas for teaching Food in the young English learner's classroom (ESL, EFL). I talk about introducing food vocabulary, songs, crafts, and more! I hope you find these tips useful. Check out this page for some Free song downloads to get you started singing about food in your classes: http://www.dreamenglish.com…
 
In the final episode of season 3, Tim answers questions of listeners while also giving his thoughts on topics such as mobile phone use, teenagers in bedrooms, siblings fighting and working with schools for better educational outcomes. A good listen to finish up an interesting series! New children's book by Tim out now! Lucy Brown Turns Upside Down:…
 
Tim Dansie talks to speech pathologist Vanessa Thompson about what parents can do to help to develop a child's speech. Vanessa also talks about how to identify a child who may need some help with their speech, while also talking about some great games parents can play with their children. Tune in! New children's book by Tim out now! Lucy Brown Turn…
 
Tim Dansie talks to Craig Wall, a veteran of the South Australian Police Force. Craig shares his insights on how parents can manage challenging teenagers while also working to establish clear communication with children. A father of two adult girls, Craig talks about learning to trust your children while giving them freedom to learn. A must listen!…
 
Tim fronts up for a barrage of questions from Hannah, mother of Frankie (6) and Pearl (4), with no preparation or scripts! On the back of a wide range of topics, Tim shares many very practical insights applicable for any parent. New children's book by Tim out now! Lucy Brown Turns Upside Down: http://lucybrownwritesupsidedown.com/ About Tim Dansie:…
 
Tim Dansie talks with Mark Batistella, a current primary school Principal. Mark shares his insights about how schools function and what parents can do to support their children through school. This is particularly important to listen to if you have children in primary school. New children's book by Tim out now! Lucy Brown Turns Upside Down: http://…
 
It has been season packed with insights so far, so in this episode Tim Dansie takes the time to review the key learnings and help parents adopt the principles. New children's book by Tim out now! Lucy Brown Turns Upside Down: http://lucybrownwritesupsidedown.com/ About Tim Dansie: Tim is a registered Teacher and Psychologist. He spent 12 years work…
 
In this episode Tim Dansie talks to three young adults aged 18, 23 and 24 about how they were parented. A very enlightening chat with some excellent advice for parents on how to cope when a child doesn't quite get things right. New children's book by Tim out now! Lucy Brown Turns Upside Down: http://lucybrownwritesupsidedown.com/ About Tim Dansie: …
 
Tim Dansie talks to Carey Sims, a social worker with over 25 years experience working with youth, sharing insights on how to communicate, support and develop a teenager who has respect and empathy. Carey talks about setting up meaningful consequences and rules for teens and parents. Some wonderful insights for what can be a great challenge for pare…
 
In this episode I talk about my Top Five ideas for teaching numbers and counting in children's English class. We cover using flashcards, songs, games and more ideas. Visit the original blog post here to find the links to the Numbers Songs downloads I talk about in the podcast: http://dreamenglish.com/blog/top-5-ideas-for-teaching-numbers-in-childre…
 
Tim Dansie talks to Joni Combe, founder of 'Girl Power' workshops, about how we can empower our girls and help them grow to become successful and resilient adults. Joni has extensive experience in education and performing arts, and is the daughter of renowned children's entertainer Peter Combe. New children's book by Tim out now! Lucy Brown Turns U…
 
Victoria Wilkins, mother of four and full-time family lawyer, talks about how hard it is for parents to juggle work, children, relationships, friends and time for self. Victoria shares the challenges she has faced, the mistakes she has made while providing valuable insight about how parents can manage. New children's book by Tim out now! Lucy Brown…
 
Tim Dansie is joined by Mary Crouch, University Lecturer in Teaching and Physical Education, to talk about how parents can encourage their children into sport and keep them in sport through adolescence. Mary and Tim talk about how to be a supportive parent whilst also role modelling to children the importance of involvement in healthy pursuits. New…
 
Tim Dansie interviews Sarah, a mother with three children including two who are diabetic. Sarah is also a highly experienced school teacher and educator. Tim and Sarah talk about receiving the diagnosis, education and managing all of the challenges associated with raising children with chronic illness. New children's book by Tim out now! Lucy Brown…
 
After a long lay off, Tim Dansie is back for season three of Setting Your Child Up For Success. He introduces the new season, which will feature many insightful interviews covering many different aspects of parenting and raising successful kids. In a general discussion, Tim also shares some observations from the school yard, including kids not taki…
 
In today's podcast I talk about a simple lesson plan for your Christmas classes. I use games, songs, actions, books, and more to teach a Christmas lesson. Check out the Dream English Teaching Tips Blog for links to the downloads I mentioned in this podcast: http://dreamenglish.com/blog/christmas-lesson-plan-for-young-learners-english-class/ Here is…
 
This can be a difficult topic, because many parents believe that their teenagers don't want to have fun with them! The reality is though, this is often not true. It comes down to how we go about it. We need to provide the opportunity for fun, but be mindful of the timing - for example, when teens have their friends over, or a huge pile of homework,…
 
Transitioning from the structure of school to the 'freedom' of young adulthood is a big shift and challenge not just for the teen, but also the parents. It can be a time of uncertainty and vulnerability, as the teen takes the next big step towards their future. The stability of school hours has gone, friendship group dynamics have changed and life …
 
If you're a parent, you'll know that teenagers present us with many challenging behaviours! And, whether you like it or not, this is normal. So, how do we deal with these behaviours? The key is communication. And that can mean biting our tongues, listening and letting our teens talk. And when we go offer correction, getting the timing right is impo…
 
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