Many in the teaching profession have found they are less teacher and more babysitter which is causing them to leave teaching all together plus we continue to raise money to help those in need.
Episode 87: 3 End-of-the-Year Organizational Tips for Special EducatorsAs we are wrapping up yet another school year, I know better than anyone how easy and how tempting it is to just want to be done. There is so much going on at the end of a school year…field days, parties, assemblies, yearbook signings, finishing up reports and paperwork and you get to the point that you are exhausted and ready to pack up and head out.But think about this instead...If you could just take a couple of hours in the spring doing a little prep work to prepare for the next school year and you got to come back in the fall all organized and ready to go...would you do it?I sure would! In fact, I've changed camps on this one.Instead of shoving things into a closet, piling items into tubs or stacking materials onto shelves, I've made these 3 adjustments to help get organized and be in a better frame of mind come fall.Want to know what the 3 things are?Listen in to the show to find out. Mentioned in the show:What's Your Special Educator Superpower QuizStudent Data Notebook
Join us for the Triumphant-ish return of Mr. Berry to the podcast! Mr. Marrese and Mr. Blakley are here as well, and all three are talking about this year's record-breaking Gala. Also discussed are the 8th grade trip to Washington D.C. and all of the events and field trips still remaining in these last few weeks of school.
Are you a middle school general music educator? Do you teach older elementary students? Danielle Larrick and I have teamed together to bring you an incredible course this summer called The Confident Music Educator. Join us in learning strategies to teach older students, lesson ideas and curriculum planning, and gain confidence to teach your students! The course is $75 and opens on June 1 . Check it out HERE! In today's episode, I'm sharing several activities, games, and lesson ideas that I'm using with my students during my last week of teaching. Create a Broadway Musical Slides Lesson *YouTube Links for costumes and set design are in the Slides Lesson Afternoon Ti: Follow Jessica on Instagram at @highafternoonti Afternoon Ti Website Afternoon Ti Guide to Teaching Music Book and Journal: Amazon Afternoon Ti Guide to Teaching Music Book and Journal: Fflat Books Intro/Outro Music: Our Big Adventure by Scott Holmes
The end of the year is just about over, you've finished state assessments, and have covered all of the academic content you needed for this school year. So what do you do next? In today's episode, I'm sharing 10 ideas for you to incorporate regarding writing and literacy skills that are quick, fun, and engaging! 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/episode82
Today's episode of the Making After School Cool podcast features installment 2 of our 2-part series focusing on the CASE for Kids, End of the Year Celebration to highlight After School Professionals Appreciation Week. As stated in the first episode of this series, Afterschool Professionals Appreciation Week is annually celebrated the last week of April and includes celebrations and public relations efforts to highlight and support all the afterschool professionals who make a significant difference in the lives of young people. During this podcast you will learn the following: What is great about the OST field? What motivates them to work with youth? Why is it important to have after school programs available in your community? What advice would you give anyone who wants to work with youth? Guest During this episode my guest will include, Brian Ervin with the Boys and Girls Clubs of Greater Houston, Monica Lewis with the Monica Lewis School of Etiquette, Lisa Baily with Educational Solutions and Chris Cortez with Houston Healthy hip-hop. Resources Brian Ervin, Boys and Girls Clubs of Greater Houston email@example.com Monica Lewis, Monica Lewis School of Etiquette firstname.lastname@example.org Lisa Bailey, Lbailey604@gmail.com Chris Cortez, Houston Healthy Hip Hop www.houstonhealthyhip-hop.com/contact Mike Wilson email@example.com Harris County Department of Education https://hcde-texas.org CASE for Kids https://hcde-texas.org/afterschool-zone
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What if you had a simple, easy-to-use data tool that would help you make improvements to your program and give you a visual display you can show to your administrators and teachers so they can actually see the impact your program is having because of the work you do? This month, we are talking about data tools, and I have a special guest with me today to talk about one of my favorites. In this episode, I interview Katherine Guerrero. Katherine will share her experiences as a school counselor. She also shares how she uses the End of the Year report to analyze her program's progress as well as how she shares those results with her teachers and administrators. As a member of my school counseling membership IMPACT, Katherine shares how being a part of the community has helped her as a school counselor. Katherine is a 3rd-year elementary school counselor in Southern California. She loves to see her students light up when they have that “ah-ha” moment and she can tell that they understand the concepts they're working on. Show Notes: https://brightfutures-counseling.com/podcast-episodes/end-of-year-reports Resources Mentioned: Save your seat at the FREE training: How to Use School Counseling Data to Improve Your Program and Advocate for Your Role Get the School Counseling Editable End of the Year Report Read Violeta by Isabel Allende Find books by Taylor Jenkins Reid Join my school counselor membership IMPACT here! Learn more about ASCA 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!
Today's episode is the answer to the question from one of my readers/listeners. What do I do with my newcomers the last three weeks of school? They are so frustrated and will speak no English this summer. How can I help them without frustration? I wanted to share some activities that will take the frustration away because they all involve creativity, flow and connection. The rules for the end of the year are really no different than those for the beginning of the year - there just might be less motivation and more exhaustion on both the teachers and the students' parts. Here is what you will hear in this episode:I will share a few quick ideas that you can implement in community building, classroom environment and academics. I will go more in depth into five activities that have worked well for my students over the years As mentioned in the episode, I am linking some useful resources!The ESL Teaching Roadmap – membership community for middle and high school ESL/ELL teachers. As a thank you for listening, use code ESLPODCAST for 10% off when you join. Simply Ieva ESL Teachers Pay Teachers StoreTeachable Platform - Courses and WorkshopsFollow me on Instagram Join the Simply Ieva Facebook Group End of the Year Activity Packet for grades 6-12End of the Year Memory Book (grades K-5)Blog posts5 End of the Year Activities for Your English LearnersEnd of the school year digital activities for ESL students
The end of the year can be super stressful. There is just so much to do and get done before the year wraps up. Plus, most of us are already feeling the pressure or possibly the enthusiasm of starting to plan for next year. For today I want us to focus on finding ways to make more time for ourselves at the end of the school year. I hope you stick around.Let's look at the first way to buy back time-1. Keep the kids busy!2. Batch end-of-the-year items.3. Use podcasts or audiobooks to do your read-aloud for you!!4. End of the year theme weeks.Links Mentioned in the Show:https://trinadeboreeteachingandlearning.com/endoftheyearSubscribe 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 we are featuring the CASE for Kids, End of the Year Celebration to highlight After School Professionals Appreciation Week. Afterschool Professionals Appreciation Week is annually celebrated the last week of April and includes celebrations and public relations efforts to highlight and support all the afterschool professionals who make a significant difference in the lives of young people. This episode I interviewed OST professionals to learn their perceptions of the importance of after school programs. During this podcast you will learn the following: What is great about the OST field? What motivates them to work with youth? Why is it important to have after school programs available in your community? What advice would you give anyone who wants to work with youth? Guest My guest includes Michael Ewing, Director of Program Services with the Boys and Girls Clubs of Greater Houston, AnaKaren Valerio with After School to Achieve, Dr. Courtney Jones with Perfection Connection, and Telicia Fogle- Simon, with Choice Nation Academy, Resources Michael Ewing, Director of Program Services Boys and Girls Clubs of Houston firstname.lastname@example.org AnaKaren Valerio After School to Achieve, AnaKaren@afterschooltoachieve.com Dr. Courtney Jones Perfection Connection, Curtney@theperfctconnection.org Telicia Fogle- Simon, Choice Nation Academy email@example.com Mike Wilson firstname.lastname@example.org Harris County Department of Education https://hcde-texas.org CASE for Kids https://hcde-texas.org/afterschool-zone
This is a preview of episodes 88 and 89 which features CASE for Kids, End of the Year Celebration to highlight After School Professionals Appreciation Week. Afterschool Professionals Appreciation Week is annually celebrated the last week of April and includes celebrations and public relations efforts to highlight and support all the afterschool professionals who make a significant difference in the lives of young people. I took advantage of our End of the Year program to interview out of school time professionals to get their perceptions of their experience working with youth during non-school hours. My guest answered the questions including what is great about the OST field; What motivates them to work with youth; Why is it important to have after school programs available in your community; And what advice would you give anyone who wants to work with youth?
As we near the end of the school year, having end of the year activities ready for your students becomes imperative. Everything is winding down, most, if not all, of the concepts have been taught, and everyone is feeling a little worn out. That's where we need something to engage our students while still learning or reinforcing concepts learned during the year. Poems for two voices are just the thing! Listen in to find out why these are perfect for that end of year review and for engaging students until the last day. Don't forget to grab the FREE Poems for Two Voices Template. 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
This week, we're continuing our series on steps you can take now to end the year strong by talking about a topic I originally discussed waaaay back in episode #17 -- How to create WOW moments for your staff. This time, we're revisiting WOW moments and looking at how you can specifically engineer WOW moments into the end of the school year. You'll discover the 4 elements that turn an ordinary moment into a WOW moment, and specific examples you can use to take the end of the year activities in your school and turn them into WOW moments for your teachers #LikeABuilder.
The end of the year can be exciting, but it can also be overwhelming for both students and teachers, so try incorporating classroom routines that replace the chaos with productivity. In today's episode, I'm discussing literacy routines for an engaging end of the year. Join us in the Stellar Teacher Reading Membership: stellarteacher.com/membership Grab your FREE Word of the Day Routine: https://www.stellarteacher.com/stc_optin/context-clues-word-of-the-day/ To check out all of the resources from this episode, head to the show notes: https://www.stellarteacher.com/episode78
In this episode we (@517to214 and @SJbasketball8) review our picks for the NBA's yearly awards and look forward to the last stretch of the season for the Mavs. 0:00-Intro/Outlandish breakfast takes 2:30-Rookie of the Year 18:45-Defensive Player of the Year 35:00-Most Improved Player 45:00-Coach of the Year 51:00-MVP 1:01:00-Mavs last stretch outlook --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/21goingon77/support
On Episode 3,244, the guys reviewed this weekends UFC card and went over all the new storylines, including where does Molly meatball's KO rank in WMMA, if Jon Jones will fight by the end of the year, what do you do with Dan Hooker now, and much more.
We're taking it back now y'all, one hop to 2021! Our wonderful twin hosts Reecha and Reena sit down to talk about their year in books. They discuss all kinds of books, books they didn't finish (DNF), books they loved, books they thought were interesting and more! So sit down and listen to the twins talk books, let's goooooo! Follow us on Twitter @therandrpodcast Follow us on Instagram @therandrpodcast Check out our carrd: https://therandrpodcast.carrd.co/
So many people have supported us and shaped our lives and we couldn't be more thankful!Who are you grateful to? How do you share that? Join us for this conversation!Deja tu mensaje de voz aquí: https://anchor.fm/autentico--podcast/message
George Fossing and Zach Jenkins discuss what the market might look like at the end of the year. They also talk about the benefits of a 401(k) review and if you should postpone your retirement due to the pandemic.
In Episode 50 @Nizer01 sits with Savage Dan to discuss the end of the year 2021 All this plus more! Join the conversation using the hashtag #NiiDeep on twitter. Nii | Instagram: @Nizer01 Yemz | Twitter/Instagram: @Ydot_K Rose | Insta: @rahshesoninsta / Twitter: @ChocoBrownee
Replay of a live broadcast where CJ and Ben are joined on Twiter Spaces by listeners of the show and Texas Rangers Baseball Podcast co-host John Moore. Intro, announcment - The Ranger Report Podcast is now a part of Dallas Sports Nation! This will give us more access to the team and a much better chance of getting the interviews that you guys want! Thanks to the team at Dallas Sports Nation for bringing us into the fold! Top three moments from 2021 for the Rangers General Rangers talk Question and Answer segment Closing There is a ton of Rangers talk and information, and the guys would like to thank all of the Twitter followers that joined us and interacted with us during the show! We learned that Dr Mull is a small fan of Mikey Tettleton, Sean has Sammy Sosa almost in his top three and we got some other great questions from Scot! If you missed it, you can hear it all go down here. Be sure to support the show through the following channels: Patreon Buy Me A Coffee Shop Thank you all for such a great 2021. We can't wait to see what 2022 brings for the podcast and a special thanks again for Dallas Sports Nation and their willingness to partner with the podcast. It is going to be an amazing 2022 you guys!
In this episode of Beltway Broadcast, your hosts Laëtitia Gnago, Stephanie Hubka, and Christina Eanes share their most memorable moments from 2021 and walk you through Chapter's signature reflection activity that you can do by yourself or with your team. For more info about the Metro DC Chapter of ATD, visit DCATD.org. Episode Credits: Series Announcer: Julie Waters Hosts: Christina Eanes, Stephanie Hubka, Laëtitia Gnago, and Halyna Hodges
As 2021comes to an end, we talk about how far we have come. We also break down the lessons we have learnt. We want to wish you a Merry Christmas and we definitely look forward to talking more with you guys come 2022. We love you Psyched Family.
2020 felt like the year that never ended. While every month in 2020 felt like three years condensed, 2021 just breezed by—we blinked, took a breath, and here we are, almost at the end of the year, planning for 2022. It only goes to show that life is so precious and short that you need to make the most of every moment, celebrate your wins, and take all your learning opportunities to heart. In this episode, we take the time to pause and reflect on the highs, the lows, and the lessons we've learned in 2021. We share how our professional and personal lives changed in 2021 and the lessons we learned from running multiple businesses. We also discuss the mission behind the Entreprenista League, describe the biggest blessing we received this year, and underscore the importance of listening to your brand's community. “Take the time to pause and celebrate the wins—even the small ones—because they all add up to larger ones.” - Stephanie Cartin This week's takeaways from Entreprenista: The lessons we learned from running multiple businesses Putting together a new mission statement and team for SocialFly Operating from the startup mindset and what helped Courtney stay patient throughout the year Courtney's advice on how much time you should give a business initiative before calling it off What Stephanie learned from launching the Entreprenista League community The mission behind the Entreprenista League Paying it forward to women entrepreneurs and the biggest blessing we've had this year Our Favorite Quotes: “The mentality you have when you start a business may not be the right mindset to get you where you want to go, and you might need to do different things to get to the next level.” - Courtney Spritzer “When you're implementing a new initiative, you have to give it time to work.” - Courtney Spritzer “You have to build an audience, brand evangelists, and ambassadors—people who genuinely want to follow and support or buy your product or service.” - Stephanie Cartin Help More Female Entrepreneurs & Leaders Through the IFundWomen Campaign We are thrilled to announce that our iFundWomen campaign is now live! We have supported so many women through Entreprenista, and we're excited to share this opportunity with you to support our campaign and continue to help women business owners and leaders. Our funding goal is $100,000 - which means that every dollar counts. The best part? We've created incredible rewards that will help you as part of our campaign! When you pledge to the iFundWomen Campaign, you'll receive: An exclusive Entreprenista League Membership rate Dedicated Instagram and website features to promote you and your business Interviews on the Entreprenista podcast and our new podcast that's launching in 2022 - Startups In Stilettos One-on-one sessions with Stephanie or Courtney ...and so much more Visit iFundWomen.com/Projects/Entreprenista to contribute any amount you feel comfortable with. Seriously. Every dollar, every share, and every mention on social media to your network counts and is beyond appreciated. Thank you for supporting us and women everywhere. If you're looking to take your business to the next level: Join our Entreprenista League community of women founders! You'll have access to a private community of like-minded Entreprenistas who are making an impact in business every day, special discounts on business products and solutions, exclusive content, private events, the opportunity to have your story featured on our website and social channels, and MORE! Whether you're looking to scale your existing business and want to make the right connections, or you're thinking about finally taking the leap to launch your business, we're here to give you access to a community of women who will celebrate your every step, and with whom you can share the candid reality of building a business from scratch. Join the Entreprenista League today at entreprenista.com/join. We can't wait to welcome you, support you, and be part of your business journey! Say “Hello!” To DigiCards™ Are you ready to take your virtual team meetings to the next level? 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Thanks for tuning into this week's episode of The Entreprenista Podcast - the most fun business meeting for female founders, by female founders. If you enjoyed this episode, please subscribe to the show and leave a review wherever you get your podcasts. Apple Podcasts | TuneIn | Spotify | Stitcher | iHeart Radio | GooglePlay Be sure to share your favorite episodes across social media to help us reach more amazing female founders, like you. Don't forget to follow us on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and LinkedIn and for more exclusive content, tips, and insight, join the Entreprenistas Facebook group and visit the SocialFly website.
Donna and Endigo get together for the first time in the same room(!), and for the last time this year. They chat about this years high points as well as low points. Generous as they are, Donna and Endigo also left at little surprise at the end..
2020 felt like the year that never ended. While every month in 2020 felt like three years condensed, 2021 just breezed by—we blinked, took a breath, and here we are, almost at the end of the year, planning for 2022. It only goes to show that life is so precious and short that you need to make the most of every moment, celebrate your wins, and take all your learning opportunities to heart. In this episode, we take the time to pause and reflect on the highs, the lows, and the lessons we've learned in 2021. We share how our professional and personal lives changed in 2021 and the lessons we learned from running multiple businesses. We also discuss the mission behind the Entreprenista League, describe the biggest blessing we received this year, and underscore the importance of listening to your brand's community. “Take the time to pause and celebrate the wins—even the small ones—because they all add up to larger ones.” - Stephanie Cartin This week's takeaways from Entreprenista: The lessons we learned from running multiple businessesPutting together a new mission statement and team for SocialFlyOperating from the startup mindset and what helped Courtney stay patient throughout the yearCourtney's advice on how much time you should give a business initiative before calling it offWhat Stephanie learned from launching the Entreprenista League communityThe mission behind the Entreprenista LeaguePaying it forward to women entrepreneurs and the biggest blessing we've had this year Follow Entreprenista on Instagram: @entreprenistas Join The Entreprenista League!
.We could have produced this episode in any month of the year: problematic substance use can be triggered by any number of things and at any time. But in December, as one year is poised to give way to another, the stressors seem to mount: finances, holiday expectations, extended family dynamics, and what seems to be a never-ending pandemic.We reached out to three people — all with personal experiences with recovery — to talk about strategies for making it safely to 2022 with your wellbeing intact. .To share this episode with a friend, send them this link: https://bit.ly/hmnp-share-035..Andrey MacCracken, CRMClackamas County Peer Support SpecialistMental Health & Addiction Association of OregonPortland, Ore..Berni Fried, LMFTClinical DirectorRed Door LifeLos Angeles, Calif..Joe NewberryBanjo, Guitar, Fiddle and SongRaleigh, N.C.
This is Part 3 of a 3 part series you don't want to miss! We're talking about how to prepare for the end of the year to set you up for success now and into the New Year! Be sure to grab these complimentary resources designed just for you!
Billy and Mapson go over their success at the events last weekend, answer some questions about the state of the Modern format, wax poetic about how good Spiderman is (no spoilers though). Legacy Round Table - https://www.mtggoldfish.com/articles/this-week-in-legacy-legacy-round-table-the-end-of-the-world-as-we-know-it-edition
In the final episode of the year Dustin and Kriscel bring you their last awards of the year! Featuring Biggest heel, Biggest Babyface, PPV of the year, promo of the year, and so much more! Tune in and find out the winners and some surprise nominees. We will be back with a new episode on January 5th
This is Part 2 of a 3 part series you don't want to miss! We're talking about how to prepare for the end of the year to set you up for success now and into the New Year! Be sure to grab these complimentary resources designed just for you!
This is Part 1 of a 3 part series you don't want to miss! We're talking about how to prepare for the end of the year to set you up for success now and into the New Year! Be sure to grab these complimentary resources designed just for you!
This one's for my business owners. Don't hand it up yet (unless you're ready to go on vacation), you can still create change in others lives (and get well paid for it!) If you're not sure how, this episode will give you some ideas you can implement this year, next year, and beyond!
Today, we discuss 4 ways to ensure you're good to go before the end of the year comes. It's not time to panic and there's actually more than enough time for you to complete the things you want to get done!