Our guest on the podcast today is Tim Ranzetta. Tim is the co-founder of the nonprofit Next Gen Personal Finance, which provides free curricula, professional development, and advocacy tools to more than 40,000 teachers who reach 75% of high school students in the U.S. The goal of Next Gen Personal Finance and its community of teachers is for all high school students to take at least one stand-alone one-semester course focusing on personal finance by the end of 2030. Prior to founding NGPF, Tim co-founded several companies, including Equilar, a compensation and corporate governance research firm; and Student Lending Analytics, a student loan research firm. He began his career as a management consultant at Bain & Company. He graduated from the University of Virginia with a Bachelor of Science degree in commerce and received his MBA at the Stanford Graduate School of Business.BackgroundBioNext Gen Personal FinanceEastside College Preparatory SchoolWhat Works in Financial Education Interactive: The Financial Times' The Uber Game“Financial Education Affects Financial Knowledge and Downstream Behaviors,” by Tim Kaiser, Annamaria Lusardi, Lukas Menkhoff, and Carly J. Urban, National Bureau of Economic Research, April 2020.“Annamarie Lusardi: ‘Financial Education Works,' ” The Long View podcast, Morningstar.com, Feb. 19, 2020.Fidelity Youth AccountMillion Bazillion podcast “Bringing Personal Finance to the Classroom for Generation Z,” by Ann Carrns, nytimes.com, March 18, 2022.“The Truth About Day Trading,” by Ben Felix, YouTube.com, Oct. 24, 2020.The Stock Market GameSTAXfinviz.comThe State of Financial Education in the U.S.“NGPF's 2022 State of Financial Education Report,” ngpf.org, April 2022.Jump$tart Coalition for Personal Financial LiteracyCouncil for Economic Education“Financial Education Mandates 2022,” poll by National Endowment for Financial Education, nefe.org, March 17-21, 2022.“What I Learned Reading the State Auditor's Report About Financial Education in Utah,” by Tim Ranzetta, ngpf.org, Oct. 22, 2018.Mississippi Department of Education: National Board Certification—Master Teacher ProgramThe North Carolina Council on Economic EducationRhode Island Department of Education The Most Important Class You Never Had, NGPF documentary Other“Dan Otter and Scott Dauenhauer: Why Retirement Savings Options for Educators Are So Bad,” The Long View podcast, Morningstar.com, May 28, 2022.
How am I supposed to find time to plan and teach classroom lessons on top of individual and small group lessons? Have you asked yourself this question before? Doing it ALL can be overwhelming! But the good news is that there are ways to make it all less stressful. In today's episode, we are doing a deep dive on classroom counseling lessons. We are looking at small, actionable steps that you can take to meet your goal of seeing all the students on your caseload with as little stress as possible. I am giving you 3 simple steps to help with scheduling and teaching lessons, tips on how to easily complete these tasks, and a way to outsource some of your workload! We all want things to be less complicated and more efficient, especially when we have a huge caseload, and this episode is loaded with tips to help! Show Notes: https://brightfutures-counseling.com/podcast-episodes/lessons-with-huge-caseload Resources Mentioned: Freebie: 15 engagement strategies cheat sheet ASCA conference Sign up for the IMPACT Summer Summit here Join my school counselor membership IMPACT here! Connect with Rachel on social media: TpT Store Blog Instagram Facebook Page Facebook Group Pinterest Youtube If you are enjoying School Counseling Simplified please follow and leave us a review on Apple Podcasts!
I seriously cannot believe that this week marks 3 years since I officially quit teaching and became a Virtual Assistant. It's crazy to think about where I've come from and where I am now. On today's episode of the Ditch the Classroom podcast, I'm sharing the reasons why I decided to quit teaching and become a work at home mom. You're going to get an inside look at my journey to becoming a Virtual Assistant – the good, the bad, and the ugly. Sign up for the free Virtual Assistant Workshop - https://ariannavernier.com/virtual-assistant-workshop Join Teacher Turned Freelancer Academy – https://teacherturnedfreelancer.com Join the free community – https://facebook.com/groups/ditchtheclassroom Check out today's show notes at https://ariannavernier.com/why-i-quit-teaching-to-become-a-virtual-assistant
Classrooms should be places of growth, discovery and change, and as parents and caregivers we need to support teachers in fostering a positive environment for students. And Patrick Harris II is a teacher who knows first-hand how important that is. Patrick is one of my teaching idols, and he recently released a book about being a teacher titled “The First Five: A Love Letter to Teachers,” where he talks about what it looks like to try to make change from within and the importance of creating school communities where our kids feel safe, empowered, loved and encouraged to figure out who they are. Whether you're a teacher, parent or caregiver, this book is one you'll want to read. Patrick is a Black queer writer, storyteller, and middle school humanities teacher. He has won multiple national teaching awards for his leadership and innovation in the classroom. Teaching and creating is only part of who Patrick is. He is a big brother, a cat dad, lover of all things horror, a WWE fanatic and is obsessed with scenic hikes. In this episode, Patrick and I discuss: Why teaching is political. How we can reframe our focus away from what students want to do as a career and instead help them see who they want to be now. Tips for finding a school that fits your family's values. What parents and caregivers can do to support teachers who are trying to make change at school. Press play and I promise your appreciation for teachers and perspective on what a classroom should look like are going to change forever. Bite-Sized Black History Bite-Sized Black History is a program that empowers you to teach the little ones you love about brilliant Black Americans who have been largely overlooked by our history books. We have two different seasons featuring 12 different people in each season, and each season comes with a workbook with illustrations to color and reflection questions to discuss. Fam Favorites Each week we round up our favorite resources to give you a deeper understanding of the featured episode topic. And Fam Favorites is the only place you can access our mini segment “Ask Jasmine” where I answer one of your pressing questions. Sign up to get Fam Favorites in your inbox! Articles, Studies, & Podcasts Referenced in the Episode Patrick's book, “The First Five: A Love Letter to Teachers” Patrick's Instagram @presidentpat Patrick's Twitter @presidentpat Patrick's Facebook Patrick's website Patrick's podcast, The Common Sense Podcast @blackgirlthatreads on Instagram Song Credit: “Sleeper” by Steve Adams” and “Dive Down” by VYEN
#ClassroomOfTheElite #classroomoftheeliteseason2 #Anime #AnimeVersalReviews #AVRPodcast #LRMOnline #TheGenreVerse BE A HERO, DONATE A KIDNEY: lrmonline.com/news/want-to-be-a-…ones-charity-post/ Join Kyle (Daily COG), Christine (No Mercy Podcast) and Brian (PulpMythos on YouTube) as they enter the deadliest game known to man... HIGH SCHOOL! Classroom of the Elite is a psychological examination of the absolute worst in the world of teenagers and oppressive school systems. Check out our Classroom of the Elite Season 2 Episode 1 review! Be sure to check out our sponsor Grow Generation: Where the Pros Go to Grow. www.GrowGeneration.com (00:00)- Intro & Spoiler Free Classroom Of The Elite 2 Episode 1 Review (06:34)- Grading Classroom Of The Elite S2E01 (08:58)- SPONSOR: Grow Generation (09:21)- SPOILERS: The NEXT Special Exam (18:02)- Final Thoughts GRADES: Kyle: B+ Christine: B Brian: Pending Did you miss the last Anime-Versal Review? Get it here: https://open.spotify.com/episode/4mq29FRJZLPXe0ThHORuL8?si=OtQbjQITQSGsbyKLmlKp6g Question of the week: What did you think of Classroom of the Elite Season 2 Episode 1? Join Our Discord: https://discord.gg/vbF8ww48xz Support: The GenreVerse has a lot of entertaining podcasts to offer! LRM's No Mercy covers Cobra Kai and the Marvel craze continues on Marvel Multiverse Mayhem. Also, classics like BGRtP, The Cantina Podcast, and The Daily COG are still going! Check out the new podcast, The Dragon Reviewed as well! Please like, share, and SUBSCRIBE to the podcast. This will help us help you! Also, by getting more visibility, with more feedback, and a bigger audience, we can provide more content for YOU! Seriously… You're just gonna skip the subscribe/follow button? Fine, your loss… Visit our websites: www.lrmonline.com www.genreverse.com Follow us on twitter: twitter.com/LRM_Exclusive twitter.com/TheGenreVerse Kyle: twitter.com/ThatKyleMalone Christine: twitter.com/adorabledoom Brian YouTube: www.youtube.com/channel/UCPmuColevvFf2mKNuT7jACw Spotify: open.spotify.com/artist/4h1ngeRAmfYxWdzeblFmNe Soundcloud: @los-fanboys Stitcher: www.stitcher.com/show/lrm-online
#ClassroomOfTheElite #Anime #AnimeVersalReviews #AVRPodcast #LRMOnline #TheGenreVerse BE A HERO, DONATE A KIDNEY: lrmonline.com/news/want-to-be-a-…ones-charity-post/ Join Kyle (Daily COG), Christine (No Mercy Podcast) and Brian (PulpMythos on YouTube) as they enter the deadliest game known to man... HIGH SCHOOL! Classroom of the Elite is a psychological examination of the absolute worst in the world of teenagers and oppressive school systems. Get psyched for this summer's Season 2 and enjoy the Classroom of the Elite Season 1 review here on AVR! Be sure to check out our sponsor Grow Generation: Where the Pros Go to Grow. www.GrowGeneration.com (00:00)- Intro & Spoiler Free Classroom Of The Elite Review (10:01)- SPONSOR: Grow Generation (10:33)- Classroom Of The Elite Season 1 Spoilers (14:44)- Side Characters & The Island (17:31)- More About Ayanokoji And Horikita (23:51)- Thoughts on Season 2 Possibilities (26:00)- The Music And Art (29:40)- Grade & Final Thoughts GRADES: Kyle: A- Christine: A- Brian: A- Did you miss the last Anime-Versal Review? Get it here: https://open.spotify.com/episode/6HvfCTx2nMaz2PDopFdt4v?si=vwpnkVW_TZyWhjEs_sU7BQ Question of the week: What did you think of Classroom of the Elite Season 1? Are you excited for Season 2? Join Our Discord: https://discord.gg/vbF8ww48xz Support: The GenreVerse has a lot of entertaining podcasts to offer! LRM's No Mercy covers Cobra Kai and the Marvel craze continues on Marvel Multiverse Mayhem. Also, classics like BGRtP, The Cantina Podcast, and The Daily COG are still going! Check out the new podcast, The Dragon Reviewed as well! Please like, share, and SUBSCRIBE to the podcast. This will help us help you! Also, by getting more visibility, with more feedback, and a bigger audience, we can provide more content for YOU! Seriously… You're just gonna skip the subscribe/follow button? Fine, your loss… Visit our websites: www.lrmonline.com www.genreverse.com Follow us on twitter: twitter.com/LRM_Exclusive twitter.com/TheGenreVerse Kyle: twitter.com/ThatKyleMalone Christine: twitter.com/adorabledoom Brian YouTube: www.youtube.com/channel/UCPmuColevvFf2mKNuT7jACw Spotify: open.spotify.com/artist/4h1ngeRAmfYxWdzeblFmNe Soundcloud: @los-fanboys Stitcher: www.stitcher.com/show/lrm-online
Today two tired teachers sit down and discuss setting up a classroom while on a budget. I mean let's get real. Setting up a Pinterest-worthy classroom is EXPENSIVE and takes A LOT of time. So come get some tips on making it a whole lot easier!Links Mentioned in the Show:Emergency Sub Plans for 2nd GradeSubscribe and Review: Are you subscribed to my podcast? If you're not, I want to encourage you to do that today. I don't want you to miss an episode. I'm adding a bunch of bonus episodes to the mix and if you're not subscribed there's a good chance you'll miss out on those. Click here for iTunes. Now if you're feeling extra loving, I would be really grateful if you left me a review over on iTunes, too. Those reviews help other people find my podcast and they're also fun for me to go in and read. Click here to leave a review, select “Ratings and Reviews” and “Write a Review” and let me know what your favorite part of the podcast is. Thank you!
Today marks the first episode in our new series of the month that's all about small group instruction. Throughout this month, I'm going to provide you ways to help you be more successful during small group lessons, ranging from the structure to activities. Let's start the series with today's episode on setting up your classroom for small group success. Grab your 4T Framework for Small Group Reading Lessons here! Join us in the Stellar Teacher Reading Membership: stellarteacher.com/membership To check out all of the resources from this episode, head to the show notes: https://www.stellarteacher.com/episode89
We are so excited each time Bradley Nelson, DC, is in The Classroom! We are even more excited that The Body Code™, LIVE in-person Workshop is right around the corner on November 5 & 6, 2022! Dr. Brad has taught us how “Trapped Emotions” are the single most common kind of imbalance from which people […] The post Bradley Nelson, DC, The Intuitive Power of Our Body appeared first on LillianMcDermott.com.
Classroom library woes? Figuring out how to organize your classroom library is harder than we imagine it will be. There are so many decisions to be made and each one changes how our class library functions. Don't get bogged down in decision fatigue. In this episode, I have all my tips to break down the decision-making process to help you make a plan for your classroom library that will actually work. Listen in to find out more! Don't forget to check out all the resources, and grab the Classroom Library Organization Cheat Sheet. It's all in the show notes! TEACH JOYFULLY FB COMMUNITY: https://www.facebook.com/groups/theteachinglab INSTAGRAM: https://www.instagram.com/lisa_j_burns
Welcome to The Neuroscience Meets Social and Emotional Learning Podcast, where we cover the science-based evidence behind social and emotional learning (for schools) and emotional intelligence training (in the workplace) with tools, ideas and strategies that we can all use for immediate results. When we understand how the brain works, we can be better equipped to help our students focus their attention and improve their results. Watch this interview on YouTube here https://youtu.be/jqRo1e30PkM I'm Andrea Samadi, an author, and educator with a passion for learning specifically on the topics of health, wellbeing and productivity, and launched this podcast to share how important an understanding of our brain is to our everyday life and results--whether we are a teacher in the classroom, or in the modern workplace. We have moved onto Season 8 of the podcast with a focus on our brain as it relates to learning, and today we have a case study, of someone who has been using the concepts she learned from self-study to create a brain-based program in her schools and community in India where they have already trained over 300 educators with her curriculum at the Institute of Cognitive Learning Sciences.[i] On the episode you will learn: ✔ How an ambitious, forward-thinking educator, has created brain-based K-12 curriculum in India. ✔ How Manjula learned the most current neuroscience research before seeking out a certification with Dr. Kieran O'Mahony. ✔ The differences Manjula saw with the US Educational System and India. ✔ How she plans to impact change in the classroom, one teacher at a time. Manjula sent me a message via my website, all the way from India, letting me know that she had listened to EPISODE #220[ii] with Dr. Kieran O'Mahony and Rich Carr on “Brain Centric Design” and she let me know she was a student of Dr. Kieron's programs, and wanted to share what she was doing in India. I could tell that she was very excited about the work they were doing and so I wrote back quickly, and we set up a Zoom call to talk. I will let Manjula explain what she is doing with schools in India, the need she saw to change the way typical classrooms were operating by inspiring teachers, not forcing them to do something they didn't want to do. She shared with me how she began to study neuroscience using as much free content as she could find online, (including our podcast) before she became certified, and began creating change one school at a time in India. When you meet Manjula, I'm hoping that she will inspire you to keep searching for those students who need a bit of a push to reach their full potential. She was told as a young girl that she was below-average in school, and felt disconnected with her grades, but as she grew older, she wanted to prove to herself (and others) that she did indeed have unlimited potential and the will to make significant change in her community. You can't miss the fire in her spirit. Let's meet Manjula from India, and see how she is using brain-based learning to inspire students in the classroom. Welcome Manjula, it's wonderful to see you again. I've got to say, it was powerful meeting you yesterday on Zoom, and hearing about the work you are doing in India. INTRO Q: To open up, can you share your story and background. What is life like growing up, and going to school in India? Q1: How did you become interested in studying and learning about the brain? What resources did you learn from in the very beginning? Who have you been learning from? Q2: What training did you take after you began to see how brain-based education could help students and teachers in India? Q3: Who inspired you to reach for your highest potential in life? Q4: When did you see that change towards brain-based learning was needed? Q5: What did you notice about the differences between what family/school/student life is like in India vs the United States where you were learning your training? (values). Q6: Do teenagers in India do the eye-roll (that I see often in the US) when asked to do something? Q7: What did you create for the K-12 school market in India? What training do you offer? Q8: What is the vision for what you are building? Q9: Is there anything important that I have missed? Thank you Manjula for sharing your story, program and vision for the future in education. You have created something incredible that I know will open up the eyes of those around the world who also share your vision. If people want to learn more about your programs, what is the best way? RESOURCES AND LINKS TO LEARN MORE ABOUT MANJULA'S WORK https://www.youtube.com/c/pipaltreeeducation/videos https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCp4XzzafTYNihURdODM4YAw https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sjwUvDFf3I0 https://www.linkedin.com/in/manjula-veeranna/ https://www.facebook.com/manjula.veeranna.3 OTHER RESOURCES: Wendy Suzuki https://www.wendysuzuki.com/ REFERENCES: [i] https://www.linkedin.com/in/manjula-veeranna/ [ii] Neuroscience Meets SEL Podcast EPISODE #220 with Dr. Kieran O'Mahony and Rich Carr on “Brain Centric Design” https://andreasamadi.podbean.com/e/rich-carr-and-dr-kieran-o-mahony-from-brain-centric-design-on-the-surprising-neuroscience-behind-learning-with-deep-understanding/
Are you making sure to stay true to the teacher in you? In today's episode, Kwame Sarfo-Mensah shares his experiences as a culturally responsive educator and how he's incorporated culturally responsive teaching into math lessons. He discloses the challenges that come along with this type of teaching but emphasizes how engaged the students get in learning once they have a personal connection to the topic. Kwame touches on why books are essential to provide students with windows and mirrors into other fields. Let's dive in!Kwame Sarfo-Mensah has served as a secondary-level mathematics teacher and educational consultant globally over the last 15 years. He currently serves as the founder & CEO of Identity Talk Consulting, an independent educational consulting firm that provides professional development and consulting services to K-12 school districts, teacher education programs, and educational non-profit organizations. Key Highlights: [00:01 - 09:47] Opening SegmentKwame shares his background and workCultural responsive teaching strategiesHis experiences growing up as an immigrant and how this has influenced his approach to culturally responsive teachingCheck out the Identity Talk Podcast[09:48 - 18:40] How to Stay True to the Teacher and YouHow to stay true to the teacher in youGet a sense of the specific issues that directly impact not just your life but the communities in which you serveHow Kwame incorporates real-life social justice issues into his math classes to make them more relevant and engaging for his students[18:41 - 27:34] How to Be a Culturally Responsive Math TeacherHow to be culturally responsive in the classroom by incorporating issues that impact students into lessons and instructionChallenges that teachers commonly face when trying to be culturally responsive What teachers need to be effective in culturally responsive teaching[27:35 - 35:47] Closing SegmentHow to start incorporating cultural responsive aspects into maths teachingReach out to people who are already doing the work in the fieldLet's Connect! Want to connect with Kwame? You can follow him on LinkedIn, Facebook, and Twitter. Head to Identity Talk Consulting, a place where you can look yourself in the mirror and stay true to the teacher in you!You can connect with our host Erica Terry on Instagram, Facebook, and LinkedIn. Be sure to check out her website https://www.healthywealthyeducators.com/ to learn more about different strategies to achieve your teaching goals!You can connect with the TeacherGoals community on Facebook, LinkedIn, Youtube, Instagram, and Twitter. If you'd like to engage in Q&A with our guests during the live interview or interact with a rockstar community of educators, then you definitely want to join the TeacherGoals Facebook group.LEAVE A REVIEW! Your ratings and reviews help get the podcast in front of new listeners. Your feedback also lets me know how I can better serve you.
In today's quick tip Thursday episode on the Ditch the Classroom podcast, I'm answering the question “What is the difference between charging hourly vs offering packages for my Virtual Assistant services?” Sign up for the free Virtual Assistant Workshop - https://ariannavernier.com/virtual-assistant-workshop Join Teacher Turned Freelancer Academy – https://teacherturnedfreelancer.com Join the free community – https://facebook.com/groups/ditchtheclassroom Check out today's show notes at https://ariannavernier.com/charging-hourly-vs-packages-as-a-virtual-assistant
Rachel and Kate join forces to share exciting announcements in this finale of Home & Classroom season three! Tune in to learn about the Summer Fun map filled with places to visit and play with your children; plus the announcements of this year's Dianne Meckler Scholarship and runner up recipients along with the "Nominate Someone Great" gift card winners. Mentioned in the show:Brightside Up's Summer Fun Map---On Home & Classroom, we talk with experts & special guests about children's development, health, nutrition, play, growth, child care, parenting, and more. Email email@example.com to be a guest or send an interview suggestion today!
This week I am joined by @OtakuNtraining as we talk about our 1st time thoughts on Classroom of the Elite & Devil is a Part Timer. Timestamps (00:00) Intro (02:35) A wild Vash appears (06:10) Life Talk/Updates (19:00) Who is OtakuNtraining? (26:40) New Manga pickups (54:00) We're Alive Audio drama podcast is still going https://www.werealive.com/ (01:03:30) Classroom of the Elite Season 1 (01:17:30) Devil is a Part Timer Season 1 (01:28:20) Trapped in a Dating Sim Season 1 (01:34:25) Marvel Secret Reverse (01:36:35) Berserk Manga is back (No Spoilers) (01:41:20) Chainsaw Man Manga Part 2 date announced (01:46:10) Top Gun Maverick Movie thoughts (01:52:12) Vash returns again (01:55:15) Outro Follow OtakuNtraining YouTube Channel https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC2AN0tOfelxf5HXDNbUR9_g/featured Twitter https://twitter.com/OtakuNtraining Support & Follow Dad Needs To Talk https://www.patreon.com/Dadneedstotalk Check out my website https://dadneedstotalk.com/ Links to all my social media & content platforms https://linktr.ee/Dadneedstotalkpodcast #classroomoftheelite #devilisaparttimer #topgunmaverick --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/dadneedstotalkpodcast/support
As the co-founder of Primp, a Minneapolis-based “cheap chic” boutique chain that grew to nine stores throughout the Midwest and a robust online following, Michele Henry had barely taken time off with her first two kids. When her third baby arrived, she vowed to take a true maternity leave, and that's when she realized that an entrepreneur never really stops. Short on time for herself with three little ones at home and suddenly dealing with postpartum skin issues, Henry wished for a spa where she could run in for a quickie skin treatment—without all the trappings, or price tag, that typically go along with a “spa day.” Express facial spas were beginning to pop up on the coasts, but there wasn't one in the Twin Cities. She went to work on a business plan for Face Foundrie, a facial bar focused on “efficient, effective, approachable” skincare. In late 2018, Henry sold her half of Primp to her founding partner and immediately signed a lease for her first Face Foundrie, which is now a fast growing franchise chain on pace to hit 100 units sold nationwide by end of year. “If I could pinpoint what I like most about building businesses,” Henry says, “it's really problem solving. How do I, for the least amount of money, make this feel really high end?” This spring, Henry also launched Face Foundrie's first aesthetics school and a product line that is rolling out to all Face Foundrie locations. She walks us through the process of building a franchise business, and how her role has evolved from serving customers to serving franchisees, many of whom were Face Foundrie clients that left corporate careers to start locations of their own. “I think people came out of Covid and said, ‘Life is short, nothing is guaranteed. Am I happy? Am I going to be happy doing this long term?' A lot of franchisees at their core, want to make people feel good. Their mission is the same as ours. It's very easy spot who will make it in this system, who we want to partner with.” Face Foundrie is now headquartered in Eden Prairie, Minn. with 80 corporate employees. Henry expects to scale internationally within two years. After our conversation with Henry we go Back to the Classroom with the University of St. Thomas Schulze School of Entrepreneurship. Professor John McVea points out the advantages of the franchising model—beyond the economics of lowering the cost and risk of raising capital and assembling a management team. “There's sheer human joy in opening an opportunity to other people – empowering other women to be business owners in their own right,” McVea says. “That's where [Henry] gets her purpose, joy, and the mission of her organization. It's something we underestimate – the human side, the inspiration side.”
Nonprofit leaders so often feel like they're burning the candle at both ends - jobs rooted in care for others can be incredibly draining and require serious mental health care. The missions we are on are monumental - so we need a more sustainable approach to achieve real change. Join us to learn how to avoid burnout within your team by creating a supportive culture.
No matter the class or group of students in front of her, Amanda wants them to know her number one theme: “You belong here.” She believes that everyone should get a wonderful physical education experience. She also wants students to believe that they can pursue their dreams and be anything they want to be. She does not want her students defined by stereotypes or the way things have always been done. During our conversation, we explore the idea of growing beyond stereotypes in the context of the physical education classroom and in the role of a strength and conditioning coach. We discuss growing the voice of women in this field as well as the integration of technology in a traditionally offline curricular area. Visit AVID Open Access to learn more.
Is there a better way to use 2 hours of your life than to listen to people talk out of their ass about new anime this season? No, there is not. This is the Summer 2022 Seasonal Preview. Note: Since recording the podcast, many of the show titles have been updated, meaning you can't really follow along. All of the shows are listed there though if you wanted to. This episode's members: Arcane, DocKev, Gugsy, Raitzeno, Requiem, and TheMamaLuigi with Reikaze handling the editing duties. The AniTAY Podcast is a bi-weekly podcast brought to you every other Wednesday. It is available on all your favorite podcast services! If you like us, be sure to subscribe on your favorite service and give us 5 stars! Your support is much appreciated and will help us grow and continue to provide this style of content. Itinerary Intro 0:00:00 - 0:02:18 Shows Call of the Night 0:02:18 - 0:05:09 Cardfight!! Vanguard: will+Dress 0:05:09 - 0:08:04 Classroom of the Elite II 0:08:04 - 0:13:16 Engage Kiss 0:13:16 - 0:15:57 Extreme Hearts 0:15:57 - 0:18:36 Harem in the Labyrinth of Another World 0:18:36 - 0:21:16 The Devil is a Part-Timer! Season 2 0:21:16 - 0:24:02 Lucifer and the Biscuit Hammer 0:24:02 - 0:28:03 Is It Wrong to Try to Pick Up Girls in a Dungeon? IV 0:28:03 - 0:30:25 Parallel World Pharmacy 0:30:25 - 0:34:23 Dropkick on My Devil!!! X 0:34:23 - 0:35:53 Phantom of the Idol 0:35:53 - 0:38:56 KJ File 0:38:56 - 0:40:48 The Yakuza's Guide to Babysitting 0:40:48 - 0:43:04 Black Summoner 0:43:04 - 0:46:40 Love Live! Superstar!! 2 0:46:40 - 0:51:41 Lycoris Recoil 0:51:41 - 0:52:48 Made in Abyss: The Golden City of the Scorching Sun 0:52:48 - 1:01:41 My Stepsister is My Ex-Girlfriend 1:01:41 - 1:03:09 My Isekai Life: I Gained a Second Character Class and Became the Strongest Sage in the World! 1:03:09 - 1:05:24 Orient 1:05:24 - 1:06:38 Overlord 1:06:38 - 1:08:46 League of Nations Air Force Aviation Magic Band Luminous Witches 1:08:46 - 1:10:12 Rent A Girlfriend 1:10:12 - 1:12:16 RWBY 1:12:16 - 1:14:52 A Wild Raitzeno Appears! 1:14:52 - 1:16:59 The Maid I Hired Recently is Mysterious 1:16:59 - 1:19:19 Shadows House 2nd Season 1:19:19 - 1:22:30 The Prince of Tennis II: U-17 WORLD CUP 1:22:30 - 1:24:45 Shine On! Bakumatsu Bad Boys! 1:24:45 - 1:28:09 SHINEPOST 1:28:09 - 1:30:32 Shoot! -Goal to the Future- 1:30:32 - 1:32:23 Smile of the Arsnotoria the Animation 1:32:23 - 1:34:43 When Will Ayumu Make His Move? 1:34:43 - 1:36:28 Teppen!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Laughing 'til you Cry 1:36:28 - 1:39:28 UNCLE FROM ANOTHER WORLD 1:39:28 - 1:41:42 Utawarerumono Mask of Truth 1:41:42 - 1:46:01 YUREI DECO 1:46:01 - 1:48:30 Movies 1:48:30 - 1:50:04 Special OVA 1:50:04 - 1:56:46 Overall Thoughts 1:56:46 - 2:02:52 Ending 2:02:52 - 2:04:17
This week on The Chrome Cast podcast, we have an interview episode with Andy Russell. Andy is a Group Product Manager for Education and Family on Chrome OS at Google and has been working on some fun projects that we have been tracking for a while - mainly the new Screencast app that will be available starting with Chrome OS version 103. We also about Cast Moderator and Google's partnership with Figma for Education. Links Hands-on with the awesome new Chromebook Screencast feature [VIDEO] Google partners up with Figma to bring the popular design tool to Chromebooks The Anywhere School School 2022: Event overview and announcements for education Cast Moderator Form Figma for Education Beta Signup Sponsored by VIZOR - Chromebook 1:1 Management Software for Schools. CLICK HERE to find out how VIZOR can help your School manage Chromebooks. Join our Patreon community and get extras, early access to videos, private Discord server access, an ad-free experience on our site, and more. CLICK HERE to be a part of our community. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/chromeunboxed/support
ADHD Coach, Podcast Host and Speaker Brendan Mahan joins Rachel and Stephanie on the podcast. Brendan explains his “Wall of Awful”, how the bricks in the Wall of Awful form and the assumption of disappointment. He talks about the moral aspect of ADHD (when it's really a biological challenge). He talks about the 5 options for responding to the Wall of Awful and Brendan shares how the concept of “done” is really about chunking. Brendan also coaches Rachel and Stephanie on some relationship communication tools when sharing how transitions are physical, emotional, and intellectual. Brendan also talks about the difficult conversations that can and will emerge from discussions about the Wall of Awful. Connecting with Brendan Mahan: Wall of Awful Video https://www.adhdessentials.com/ Brendan@adhdessentials.com Support us on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/learnsmarterpodcast How to connect with us: Join our FB Group Join our e-mail list Rachel's Kapp Educational Therapy Group website Steph's My Ed Therapist website @learnsmarterpodcast, @kappedtherapy, @myedtherapist Other episodes mentioned: Ep 173: My Ed Therapist's Eric Kaufmann on Executive Functioning in Males (EF Series) Ep 192: The Formula For Effort: How to Tell if Your Learner is Trying with Eric Kaufmann (ET Series) Ep 202: Why We Left the Classroom with MET's Eric and KETG's Katie (Business Practices Series)
In today's episode of the Ditch the Classroom podcast, I'm sharing 3 tips to help you have a stable income as a new Virtual Assistant. Spoiler alert: It is SO possible for you to have a stable income! Sign up for the free Virtual Assistant Workshop - https://ariannavernier.com/virtual-assistant-workshop Join Teacher Turned Freelancer Academy – https://teacherturnedfreelancer.com Join the free community – https://facebook.com/groups/ditchtheclassroom Check out today's show notes at https://ariannavernier.com/stable-income-as-a-virtual-assistant
Drew Perkins talks with Miriam Plotinsky about her new book, Teach More, Hover Less: How to Stop Micromanaging Your Secondary Classroom. Links & Resources Mentioned In This Episode: miriamplotinsky.com @MirPloMCPS Visit wegrowteachers.com for info on our workshops and services.
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On our first episode of season 3 we have our manga spin off series!!! A brief history of manga, some of our favorite manga!!! One piece, Zom 100, My hero, Dragon Ball, The Way of the Househusband and so much more!!! Sorry for the wait but a steady stream of content coming soon!!! Can't wait!!! Thanks so much for your support!!! We are back! I hope you enjoy!!! Many Thanks!!!!! --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/superghostsmash/support
Episode Notes On this #FishTeaFriday class is in session & we are giving you a spoonful for the journey. Listen as we explore ‘The Invisible Student in the Jamaican Classroom' through reflections of gay males in Jamaica on their formal schooling experiences. . Grab your pens & papers, because you'll want to take note of these teachable moments from the #BlackBoyJoy himself, Dr. Andrew Campbell, Educator & Author. Find out more at https://fishtea-podcast.pinecast.co
Episode Notes On this #FishTeaFriday class is in session & we are giving you a spoonful for the journey. Listen as we explore ‘The Invisible Student in the Jamaican Classroom' through reflections of gay males in Jamaica on their formal schooling experiences. . Grab your pens & papers, because you'll want to take note of these teachable moments from the #BlackBoyJoy himself, Dr. Andrew Campbell, Educator & Author. Find out more at https://fishtea-podcast.pinecast.co
Scott Nunes is an energetic ELA Teacher turned Edtech Coach, Consultant, and now district Engagement Advocate for Canva! This aspiring author has a zeal for Design, AR/VR, 3D Printing, and PBL. He builds on his 20+ years as a freelance Graphic Designer to bring real-world relevance to classrooms around the world. When he isn't busy podcasting (Education Today) he can be found sharing on Twitter (@MrNunesTeach). Scott is all about building relationships and uplifting teacher and student voices while advocating for belonging, and choice, and creating positive work cultures that empower stakeholders to achieve a unifying vision. Connect on Twitter! https://twitter.com/myedtechlife Visit the My EdTech Life Podcast page! https://www.myedtech.life/ Buy me a coffee to keep the creativity flowing! https://bit.ly/3LxSojF Check out our merch store! https://myedtechlife.myspreadshop.com/ Check out our blog page and follow! https://medium.com/@myedtechlife
Have you seen the organization in a kindergarten classroom? It's full of cubbies and bins. Any classroom from preschool through high school is designed to function well. The environment is organized in a way that there is a place for everything to be put away. There's a place for the books and the toys. There are stations designated for different activities. Classrooms are also set up to be age-appropriate. You won't find baby toys in the middle school classroom! The classroom environment is set up so that when the kids enter, they have the age-appropriate things they need and everything is where it is supposed to be. Your home can be set up this way too! If you are teaching the skill of organizing to someone else, you first need a picture of what done looks like. Have an orientation when you organize a space in your home. This shows your family where things are located, the rules of that area, and what it should look like when it is clean up after using that space. Next, you need a lesson plan. You have to know the right amount of work to give to your student so that they neither become bored or overwhelmed when learning how to organize. Finally, the person you're teaching needs to have a spark ignited to want to learn the skill of organization. You cannot create this spark in someone else, but once they have it, it's game on! In this episode, I help you think about what your space should look like to make it function like a classroom. I also walk you through how to teach the skill of organization to someone else. What will your first step be in making your home function like a classroom? The Productive Home Solution™ gives you all of the information and tools that you need to organize your home so that it is age-appropriate and functions well for your current life stage. It's also set up in bite-sized chunks so you can do as little or as much as you want to do at a time. Join The Productive Home Solution™ here.
Welcome to day 5 of the “Start Working as a Virtual Assistant” 5 day series here on the Ditch the Classroom podcast! Make sure to tune in each day from June 20-24 as I teach you five simple steps to becoming a Virtual Assistant so that you can replace your income and start working from home with your babies. Don't forget to take advantage of our flash sale! Save 20% off of the Teacher Turned Freelancer Academy with coupon code “PODCAST”. But hurry, because this code expires TODAY, Friday, June 24 at 11:59pm EST! https://teacherturnedfreelancer.com Join the free community – https://facebook.com/groups/ditchtheclassroom
Dan Gill has taught social studies at a middle school in New Jersey for thirty years. He has followed a practice especially noteworthy: he keeps an empty chair in the front corner of his classroom. In The Daily Article for June 23, 2022, Dr. Jim Denison reveals the inspiring story behind Gill's tradition, why standing on one leg may be more important than you think, how Jesus leads us into all truth, and the fascinating story of the first three British martyrs. Author: Dr. Jim Denison Narrator: Chris Elkins Subscribe: http://www.denisonforum.org/subscribe
In this episode of Shorties!, Kate & Claire share what's happening this week with updates on all things CDA!The Bright Ideas in this episode include our Timeless Tunes Tip Card and the "Supporting Purposeful Play" article from our Wellness Issue of Home & Classroom magazine.Show links:CDATimeless TunesSupporting Purposeful Play Contacts: Learn More About CDA: Heather Sweet firstname.lastname@example.org
Welcome to day 4 of the “Start Working as a Virtual Assistant” 5 day series here on the Ditch the Classroom podcast! Make sure to tune in each day from June 20-24 as I teach you five simple steps to becoming a Virtual Assistant so that you can replace your income and start working from home with your babies. Don't forget to take advantage of our flash sale! Save 20% off of the Teacher Turned Freelancer Academy with coupon code “PODCAST”. But hurry, because this code expires this Friday, June 24 at 11:59pm EST! https://teacherturnedfreelancer.com Join the free community – https://facebook.com/groups/ditchtheclassroom
Ellen Bensky, Principal, CEO, and CFO at Turner Fleischer Architects, joins us for episode 267 of Art of Construction and the first in our series of episodes recorded live At Digital Built Week America 2022. Ellen and many of her Turner Fleischer team members were at Digital Built Week sharing their story. One of their talks, the topic of this podcast, was titled: Who is Responsible for Learning and Teaching and How is it Accomplished? Its description reads: "Graduating can no longer be the proverbial line-in-the-sand where formal learning ends and practical experience takes over. Examining an industry amid a total disruption, the question must be asked: who is responsible for teaching and learning after formal education ends?" In our first episode with Turner Fleischer back in 2019, we discussed how, as a mid-sized firm, they leveraged their workforce to focus on research and development, despite the human resource and financial concerns that accompany this choice. Much of this revolves around their "TF Academy," a series of courses taught and attended by their employees that cover a range of topics. Since we last spoke, Turner Fleischer has grown their firm by over 100 new team members, a fact we think symbolizes a giant victory for their business strategies and philosophies around constant, active learning. While many struggled with employee development during Covid, Turner Fleischer thrived! Join Devon and Ellen as they discuss the glory of being back in person at Digital Built Week, the core values of Turner Fleischer that allowed their firm to achieve massive growth, how and why small and medium sized construction businesses should foster an active learning environment for their employees, why ROI can't always be measured in dollars and cents, and what it means to master knowledge and data amid an industry facing total disruption.
Welcome to week two of our Short And Sweet Summer episodes! Each week I'll share one quick-win engagement strategy for your third through sixth grade classroom, along with a brain dump of ways YOU can use it! These SASS-y episodes are great for a quick listen while running errands, or to save up for a big binge on your upcoming flight or road trip!
Today we are thrilled to be re-visiting an episode in which Dr. Carolyn Strom joined us to talk about the neuroscience behind reading and literacy. As Dr. Strom notes, when we look at the brain science around reading, we're not wired for reading in the same way that we're wired for spoken language. Therefore, as we discuss, in order to learn to read, we have to help our kids wire their brains by teaching them the basics of the letters and sounds. And as Dr. Strom details there is a very specific way to teach that is aligned with what we know about how the brain organizes complex information. Dr. Strom further details evidence-based instructional methods to support reading. We also discuss the role of sound recognition in relation to dyslexia. Dr. Strom is a Clinical Assistant Professor of Early Childhood Literacy at NYU's Steinhardt School of Culture, Education, and Human Development. Her work is focused on bridging the divide between scientific research and instructional practices. Currently, she is leading an initiative with early childhood educators and families called 'Cortex in the Classroom.' This work focuses on the practical application of reading research and on the development of new instructional media for supporting early reading. Dr. Strom graduated magna cum laude from the University of Pennsylvania, has a Master's degree from USC in Reading Education and a PhD from NYU. To learn more about Dr. Strom and her research please visit: https://carolynstrom.com/ https://twitter.com/carolyn_strom
Episode 92: 3 Ways to Prep for the School Year Before You Step Foot in the ClassroomToday's show talks about next school year.I know...I know...but hear me out!I'm not trying to stress you out by making you think about next school year when you just finished last school year.The purpose of this episode is just the opposite.If you are anything like me, the last thing you want to think at the end of one school year is the next school year…but yet…if you're honest with yourself… it's always there…it's like this little nagging voice in the back of your brain saying things like…”You know..if you would do such and such, it would make things so much easier” or “You should have done XYZ last year…”We want to turn our brains off during the summer months but teaching is at the core of who we are and we are constantly seeking better ways to improve our craft…to be better than we were the year before.Alyssa Shanahan from Simply Special Ed is here to help you make just a few preparations before the school year that will help you out immensely next school year so that some of the stress of heading back in the fall is taken off your plate.Listen in as we discuss...The benefits to preparing for a new school yearThe 3 steps to prepping for a new yearCreating your dream schedule and modifying it once school startAlyssa is a former severe special education teacher and current curriculum developer who loves teaching new and veteran special education teachers how to be successful in the self-contained setting. You can connect with her here:Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/SimplySpecialEd/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/simplyspecialed/ Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/SimplySpecialEd/_created/Website: https://www.simplyspecialed.com/Webinar: http://Simplyspecialed.com/webinarCourse: https://alyssa-shanahan.mykajabi.com/waitlist
Class jobs can make a huge impact on your classroom when implemented with intention. They are a way to build community, they give students responsibility, and they take a lot of the work off your plate as a teacher! In this episode I'm sharing why I love giving every single student a class job, and how it is the key to a self-running classroom. Show Notes: https://www.drlorifriesen.com/blog/self-running-classroom Get on the waitlist for the R.E.A.D.Y. for School Academy: https://www.drlorifriesen.com/yes Join our Beginning Teacher Talk Private FB Group now: https://www.facebook.com/groups/BeginningTeacherTalkGroup/ Check out Lori's TpT store (Beginning Teacher Talk): https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Store/Beginning-Teacher-Talk Connect with Lori on Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/drlorifriesen/ Connect with Lori on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/beginningteachertalk If the Beginning Teacher Talk podcast is helping you in your teaching and if you're feeling extra loving, I would be so grateful if you would leave a positive review for the show! Your kind words mean the world to me. Just click here to leave your review now (and be entered into our draw for a $25 Amazon Gift Card)! https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/beginning-teacher-talk/id1456137677 I hope you have a wonderful week, and remember - just because you are a beginning elementary teacher, there is no need for you to struggle like one. Xo Lori P.S. Do you have your copy of my FREE Ultimate Classroom Management Checklist? Get yours by clicking here now! https://www.drlorifriesen.com/ultimate-classroom-management-checklist
Welcome to day 3 of the “Start Working as a Virtual Assistant” 5 day series here on the Ditch the Classroom podcast! Make sure to tune in each day from June 20-24 as I teach you five simple steps to becoming a Virtual Assistant so that you can replace your income and start working from home with your babies. Don't forget to take advantage of our flash sale! Save 20% off of the Teacher Turned Freelancer Academy with coupon code “PODCAST”. But hurry, because this code expires this Friday, June 24 at 11:59pm EST! https://teacherturnedfreelancer.com Join the free community – https://facebook.com/groups/ditchtheclassroom
Today my guest is JenniferFraser, best-selling author and award-winning educator. Her online courses and workshops provide dynamic lessons in the impact neuroscience has on personal development and culture change. Her previous book, Teaching Bullies: Zero Tolerance on the Court or in the Classroom, explores what happens when the bully is a teacher or coach. Her new book, The Bullied Brain: Heal Your Scars and Restore Your Health, delves into how bullying affects the brain and how the brain can heal. Learn more at bulliedbrain.comI've been glued to this book which is rich with information about bully culture, the damage it causes our brains, and what we can do about it. It's a sad reality that our culture is so seeped in bullying and abuse — from children's playgrounds to the upper echelons of leadership — that we've come to normalize the behavior and overlook the wreckage. This bullying paradigm has parents, teachers and coaches believing they must be tough to the point of emotional abuse in order for children to acquire the grit and resilience needed to attain excellence in a competitive world. The research shows however that the bullied brain correlates with failure to perform, substance abuse, aggressive behavior, chronic disease and mental illness.Some of the topics we get into are the bullying paradigm, toxic masculinity vs. toxic stress, the "invisible" brain damage cause by bullying and toxic stress, open vs. fixed mindsets, building resilience, and in honor of Juneteenth I share some personal thoughts on how slavery was an extreme form of bullying and how we should consider what we've learned from Jennifer when understanding how to heal from it's legacy.Today's show was engineered by Manuel Blas of Radio Kingston.Our show music is from Shana Falana !!!Feel free to email me, say hello: email@example.com** Please: SUBSCRIBE to the pod and leave a REVIEW wherever you are listening, it helps other users FIND IThttp://iwantwhatshehas.org/podcastITUNES | SPOTIFY | STITCHERITUNES: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/i-want-what-she-has/id1451648361?mt=2SPOTIFY:https://open.spotify.com/show/77pmJwS2q9vTywz7Uhiyff?si=G2eYCjLjT3KltgdfA6XXCASTITCHER: https://www.stitcher.com/podcast/she-wants/i-want-what-she-has?refid=stpr'Follow:INSTAGRAM * https://www.instagram.com/iwantwhatshehaspodcast/FACEBOOK * https://www.facebook.com/iwantwhatshehaspodcastTWITTER * https://twitter.com/wantwhatshehas
Today's guest is a force. She is a change maker and a passionate advocate who works with the schools in her community to develop programs that facilitate neurodiversity. Hailing from Jamaica, Toni-Ann Millen joins the Diverse Thinking Different Learning Podcast to discuss building trust, normalizing making mistakes, facilitating inclusion and belonging, and creating a safe space. These are the first steps to intervention for kids who learn and think differently. Toni-Ann and I connected through LinkedIn and moving forward, we plan to work together to bring more awareness and education to parents and educators. Be sure to also listen till the end of the episode as ChildNEXUS has an exciting announcement about doing just that through virtual learning sessions for parents. Show Notes: [2:39] - Toni-Ann is based in Jamaica and works actively in her community. [4:07] - It's important for educators to stay up to date on research and best practices. [5:32] - Sometimes parents decide to relocate their family to gain access to services for their child. Toni-Ann describes Jamaica's accessibility. [7:42] - Awareness in many areas is a problem. [8:20] - In some schools, there may be 50 students in one classroom with one teacher. [9:32] - Toni shares common comments from teachers and parents as a result of lack of awareness. [11:49] - To bring awareness to the abilities of children, Toni has done many things in her community including meeting with the Prime Minister. [13:14] - The private schools in Jamaica should be replicated and become the norm in rural areas as well. [15:20] - Parents who can afford private schooling have the advantage. This is not a lot of families which causes larger class sizes in public schools. [17:09] - It is just one piece to have access to assessments. [18:23] - In her private practice, Toni-Ann found that when reports were sent to schools, they went into a file and nothing was done with them. [20:31] - If there are not enough resources to support private school placement for students who are struggling, support should be integrated into all schools. [21:52] - Toni-Ann is passionate about the term “neurodiversity.” [22:42] - We need to move from “What do you have?” to “What do you need?” [24:03] - Toni-Ann knows there is a need in her country and is passionate about working in her community. [25:24] - EduPhase came out of Toni-Ann's desire to do more. [26:36] - EduPhase gives support to parents to find the resources they need. [28:10] - When students start with EduPhase and Toni-Ann, her first priority is creating a safe environment. [29:14] - Toni-Ann admits frustration but shares how she controls it. [31:10] - Toni-Ann makes it a point to normalize making mistakes. [32:18] - A major concern is when parents think that a child's behavior or struggle is due to learning loss from the pandemic. [34:00] - A child without any challenge in learning will catch up, but people may miss the opportunity to help students who need intervention. [35:55] - Virtual learning groups are available and accessible from anywhere in the world to help educate parents in what can be done at home. [37:20] - In Jamaica, a disabilities act was very recently written but it takes time to implement change. [39:07] - Toni-Ann shares her dream for Jamaica regarding neurodiversity. [40:24] - If a teacher doesn't feel like a child belongs, the child won't feel safe. [41:23] - Toni-Ann shares an experience of a parent who felt hurt and broken when they didn't feel like they belonged. [42:46] - Special needs classes are not a bad thing, but it shouldn't be the first plan. [43:50] - Dr. Wilson and Toni-Ann will be partnering together. [44:29] - Dr. Wilson announces Virtual Learning sessions for parents to help increase understanding of learning differences and provide guidance on how to support children at home. About Our Guest: Toni-Ann Millen is currently working with schools in the development of school programs that facilitate neurodiversity in Jamaica. She has a private practice where she provides educational assessments to provide targeted individualized learning programs for students with learning challenges and disabilities who need support in the general classroom. She also has experience working as a Special Educator, Special Education Coordinator, Lecturer in Special Education, and Education Consultant. Connect with Toni-Ann Millen: EduPhase Website LinkedIn Phone: (876) 433-8331 Links and Related Resources: Is Your Child Struggling in School? What Are the Indicators of Learning Disabilities? Classroom and Home Accommodations for More Effective Learning Episode 5: Educational Therapy, Distance Learning, and Social Justice with Dr. Bibi Pirayesh Episode 37: Literacy: A Social Justice Issue with Resha Conroy Episode 62: How Lessons Learned in 2021 Can Help All Students Join our email list so that you can receive information about upcoming webinars and our new virtual learning groups - ChildNEXUS.com The Diverse Thinking Different Learning podcast is intended for informational purposes only and is not a substitute for medical or legal advice, diagnosis, or treatment. Additionally, the views and opinions expressed by the host and guests are not considered treatment and do not necessarily reflect those of ChildNEXUS, Inc or the host, Dr. Karen Wilson.
Still trying to figure out an effective way to keep your classroom organized? In this episode, our amazing guest, Patrice Jenkins shares great tips on how you can utilize your students to help you declutter your classroom. She recommends starting with small goals and creating a system that you understand and work for yourself. She also advises teachers to have a community within their school system that they can rely on, as well as to figure out what the outcome of an action is before taking it. Let's dig into simple ways to declutter your classroom!Patrice has been an educator with experience teaching grade levels Pre-K to 8th grade with a combination of serving as assistant principal incorporating her love of all types of educational themes. Her motto is "Be the educator who decides to GO FOR IT" and "Let all you do be done in love." 1 Cor. 16:14 meaning your journey in this field should push you to new adventures that create meaningful and nurturing relationships and experiences with your students!Key Highlights: [00:01 - 09:13] Opening SegmentPatrice shares her background and workHow she discovered her passion for helping educators be more organized and creative in the classroomHow she found a system to pack up her classroom and not go crazy during the transition[09:14 - 17:21] Teacher's Tips for Organizing When MovingPatrice shares her experience moving to a new school and cityWhy it is important to make a budget and categorize itemsYou should a system in place for organizing and decluttering one's classroom[17:22 - 30:45] Closing SegmentHave a goal in mind and create a system that works for youHave a support system, especially when it comes to implementing organizational strategiesOne way to create a system that works for you is by figuring out what is important to you and what outcome you want to achieveLet's Connect! Want to connect with Patrice. Follow her on Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter. Head to Tales of Patty Pepper, and find creative ways to inspire your students!You can connect with our host Erica Terry on Instagram, Facebook, and LinkedIn. Be sure to check out her website https://www.healthywealthyeducators.com/ to learn more about different strategies to achieve your teaching goals!You can connect with the TeacherGoals community on Facebook, LinkedIn, Youtube, Instagram, and Twitter. If you'd like to engage in Q&A with our guests during the live interview or interact with a rockstar community of educators, then you definitely want to join the Facebook group
Welcome to day 2 of the “Start Working as a Virtual Assistant” 5 day series here on the Ditch the Classroom podcast! Make sure to tune in each day from June 20-24 as I teach you five simple steps to becoming a Virtual Assistant so that you can replace your income and start working from home with your babies. Don't forget to take advantage of our flash sale! Save 20% off of the Teacher Turned Freelancer Academy with coupon code “PODCAST”. But hurry, because this code expires this Friday, June 24 at 11:59pm EST! https://teacherturnedfreelancer.com Join the free community – https://facebook.com/groups/ditchtheclassroom
Welcome to day 1 of the “Start Working as a Virtual Assistant” 5 day series here on the Ditch the Classroom podcast! Make sure to tune in each day from June 20-24 as I teach you five simple steps to becoming a Virtual Assistant so that you can replace your income and start working from home with your babies. Don't forget to take advantage of our flash sale! Save 20% off of the Teacher Turned Freelancer Academy with coupon code “PODCAST”. But hurry, because this code expires this Friday, June 24 at 11:59pm EST! https://teacherturnedfreelancer.com Free Virtual Assistant quiz - https://ariannavernier.com/virtual-assistant-quiz Join the free community – https://facebook.com/groups/ditchtheclassroom
The end of the school year can get a little crazy, which is why now more than ever, it is important to remember that classroom management is a year-round thing. Take the time to check in with your teachers and start planning on how you can better support them in the fall. Listen in on this Clubhouse Chat where classroom management expert, Celeste, shares strategies for establishing strong classroom management routines and how you can support teachers and keep them accountable. https://alwaysalesson.com/wp-content/uploads/2022/05/Bonus-Episode-4.png ()Quotables Focus on classroom management as a lever to getting to the content. Classroom management is a year-round thing. Reflection makes you an effective teacher. Classroom management doesn't have to be super complicated, but it needs to be consistent and appropriate. Classroom management is not a one size fits all. Think through all of the hiccups that can happen while teaching, and plan ahead on how to avoid them. Think outside the box. The end of the year is the perfect time to plan how you will support teachers in the fall. Connect with Celeste Instagram: @msceleste_online Youtube: Your Co-Teacher, Ms. Celeste Join the Always A Lesson Newsletter Join http://eepurl.com/lJKNn (here) and grab a freebie! Connect with Gretchen Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Blog: https://alwaysalesson.com/blog/ (Always A Lesson) Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/AlwaysALesson/ (Always A Lesson) Twitter: https://twitter.com/gschultek/ (@gschultek) Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/always.a.lesson/ (A.Lesson) Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/GretchenSchultekBridgers/ (Gretchen Schultek Bridgers) Book: https://alwaysalesson.com/product/elementary-educ-101-what-they-didnt-teach-you-in-college/ (Elementary EDUC 101: What They Didn't Teach You in College) Leave a Rating and Review: This helps my show remain active in order to continue to help other educators remain empowered in a career that has a long lasting effect on our future. https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/always-lessons-empowering/id1006433135?mt=2 (https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/always-lessons-empowering/id1006433135?mt=2) Search for my show on iTunes or Stitcher. Click on ‘Ratings and Reviews.' Under ‘Customer Reviews,' click on “Write a Review.” Sign in with your iTunes or Stitcher log-in info Leave a Rating: Tap the greyed out stars (5 being the best) Leave a Review: Type in a Title and Description of your thoughts on my podcast Click ‘Send'
New for Summer 2022 - ISTE Meetup! Toni Rose will be at ISTE in New Orleans from 6/26/2022 to 6/29/2022! If you're attending, please fill out this form (https://mcp-iste.paperform.co/) so she can schedule an in-person MCP meetup. Kareem is joined by Nora Barnett and Lisa Doty to discuss in detail how they plan and implement their modern classrooms, from planning and recording instructional videos, to implementing self-paced structures and mastery checks. Show Notes Cult of Pedagogy Podcast episode on Screencast Videos (https://www.cultofpedagogy.com/screencast-videos/) (Kareem was the guest on this episode) MCP Exemplar Units (https://modernclassrooms.org/exemplars) Edutopia video (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zrR-KIoggf4&feature=youtu.be) Universal Design for Learning (http://udlguidelines.cast.org/) High Quality Blended Instruction: research-based best practices (https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1gx4v7YbJl-u8KQuG5aLSlqqhJWY1a-tgdebsG3mEZq0/edit?usp=sharing) Examples of Pacing Trackers showing lesson classification (https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1cv0GmP-b-cxD2lvyQ7QSfMRrt5f9jOfDQxkv8Wpm7Ms/edit?usp=sharing) Follow us online and learn more: Modern Classrooms: @modernclassproj on Twitter and facebook.com/modernclassproj Kareem: @kareemfarah23 on Twitter Kate: @gaskill_teacher on Twitter Zach: @zpdiamond on Twitter The Modern Classroom Project (www.modernclassrooms.org) Modern Classrooms Online Course (learn.modernclassrooms.org) Take our free online course, or sign up for our mentorship program to receive personalized guidance from a Modern Classrooms mentor as you implement your own modern classroom!