Every school year has an ebb and flow to it. With the ups and downs of the school year our motivation can be affected. The thing to remember is that there are strategies that we can use to keep ourselves in a healthier head space. In this episode we discuss a few of these tools.
Even though the school year follows a predictable rhythm most years, many school leaders wait for the typical challenges to crop up and then react to them. Builders are different. Builders anticipate upcoming challenges and then take steps to mitigate or eliminate them entirely. That's why on today's episode, we're taking a look at what Builders should be doing now in order to set themselves up for a successful second half of the school year. Tune in to discover what you should be thinking about now to start the new year strong #LikeABuilder.
1 in 3 students are chronically absent from school.* One surprising reason? A lack of access to clean clothes. We teamed up with Whirlpool to explore this hidden educational crisis. For the final episode in our three-part series, our host, psychologist and parent educator Dr. Jazmine McCoy, will cover: how chronic absenteeism impacts a student's educational growth; the two factors that can determine a child's success rate – and the most critical grade level to catch regression; how chronic absenteeism affects school funding; and the success of Whirlpool's Care CountsTM program. In this episode you'll hear from: Dr. Richard Rende, a developmental science psychologist and researcher; Damon Carraby, the director of national corporate partnerships at Teach For America; McKenzie Roney, the managing director of national corporate partnerships at Teach For America; and Nelly Martinez, senior brand leader at Whirlpool. Sources: *Based on “Monitoring Data Matters Even More: A Review of State Attendance Data Policy and Practice in School Year 2022-23,” updated June 2023. Damon Carraby, [9:45-9:53], based on Care Counts™ program metrics consider only 2022–2023 school year results according to Impact YOY data This miniseries was Skimm'd by Dr. Jazmine McCoy, along with our producers Monica Perry and Lizzy Bryce, and scriptwriter Sarah Title. This episode was created in partnership with Ginni Media.
1 in 3 students are chronically absent from school.* One surprising reason? A lack of access to clean clothes. We teamed up with Whirlpool to explore this hidden educational crisis. For the second episode in our three-part series, our host, psychologist and parent educator Dr. Jazmine McCoy, will cover: how chronic absenteeism affects a student's social-emotional learning experience; how chronic absenteeism impacts their mental health; and the signs you can look for in your own child. In this episode you'll hear from: Dr. Richard Rende, a developmental science psychologist and researcher, and McKenzie Roney, the managing director of national corporate partnerships at Teach For America. Sources: *Based on “Monitoring Data Matters Even More: A Review of State Attendance Data Policy and Practice in School Year 2022-23,” updated June 2023. Dr. Jazmine, [2:27 - 2:43], based on “A Theory of Human Motivation” in Psychological Review, 1943. Dr. Rende, [6:16 - 6:28], based on the Department of Education Report "Chronic Absenteeism in the Nation's Schools," updated 2019. Care Counts™ program metrics consider only 2022–2023 school year results according to Impact YOY data. This miniseries was Skimm'd by Dr. Jazmine McCoy, along with our producers Monica Perry and Lizzy Bryce, and scriptwriter Sarah Title. This episode was created in partnership with Ginni Media.
This episode of The BS Show features "Wrong About Everything" co-hosts Amy Koch and Brian McDaniel, uber-fan Bernie Bomberg, Ally Aletha Bryant with a segment called "Tell Me Something Shiny" and psychic Ruth Lordan.
Nearly every parent wants to build confidence, resiliency, and character in their kids. The challenge for most is how we do that knowing the world is a dangerous place? Dr. Kathy considers this and gives insights to building character and resiliency without placing kids purposely in places where they'll fail or face harm.
1 in 3 students are chronically absent from school.* One surprising reason? A lack of access to clean clothes. We teamed up with Whirlpool to explore this hidden educational crisis. For the first episode in our three-part series, our host, psychologist and parent educator Dr. Jazmine McCoy, will cover… What chronic absenteeism is and why it matters What typically causes it What Whirlpool is doing to help break the cycle In this episode you'll hear from… Dr. Richard Rende, a developmental science psychologist and researcher Damon Carraby, the director of national corporate partnerships at Teach For America McKenzie Roney, the managing director of national corporate partnerships at Teach For America Nelly Cecila Martinez, senior brand leader at Whirlpool This miniseries was Skimm'd by Dr. Jazmine McCoy, along with our producers Monica Perry and Lizzy Bryce, and scriptwriter Sarah Title. This episode was created in partnership with Ginni Media. Sources: *Based on “Monitoring Data Matters Even More: A Review of State Attendance Data Policy and Practice in School Year 2022-23,” updated June 2023. Dr. Jazmine, [2:14 - 2:24] based on “Higher Chronic Absenteeism Threatens Academic Recovery from the COVID-19 Pandemic,” updated October 2023 Dr. Jazmine, [2:24 - 2:28] based on NCEO report “Students with Disabilities and Chronic Absenteeism” Dr. Rende, [2:33 - 3:02], based on Department of Education Report "Chronic Absenteeism in the Nation's Schools," updated 2019 Dr. Rende, [3:31 - 3:38], Based on “Monitoring Data Matters Even More: A Review of State Attendance Data Policy and Practice in School Year 2022-23,” updated June 2023.
In this episode of the Celebrate Kids podcast, Dr. Kathy discusses the topic of holding students back a grade in school. She addresses whether students who repeat a grade perform better academically than their peers who advance to the next grade. Dr. Cook references a study that highlights the potential benefits of early grade retention policies that prioritize mastery of foundational skills. The episode challenges the traditional view of school as solely focused on achievement and encourages a shift towards prioritizing skill mastery.
Jordan B. Peterson, renowned psychologist and author, explains the importance of not wasting your life, how you should strive to be better every single day and how by fixing your life, you not only help yourself but everyone you come in contact with. Special Thanks to: Diary of a CEO: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3uLDi... MotivationHub: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=S4vRi... Motiversity: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cC_Gs... Speaker: Dr. Jordan Peterson Music: Licensed from AudiojungleOur Home - Borrtexhttps://www.youtube.com/@Borrtexhttps://borrtex.com/Epidemic Sound Commitment To Your Heart, The Journey and City of Lights by Paul Elhart YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/@UCLgJAizVLbs... Really Slow MotionBuy their music:Amazon: http://amzn.to/1lTltY5iTunes: http://bit.ly/1ee3l8KSpotify: http://bit.ly/1r3lPvNFiliments by Scott Buckley - released under CC-BY 4.0.Website: https://www.scottbuckley.com.au/ YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/@UCUuUqWLLsUj... Soundstripe: WOOMBYWUQT1FXJAT ►SUBSCRIBE for New Motivational Videos every Week!http://bit.ly/StudyMotivation▶DOWNLOAD our Free Top 7 Study Tips!https://bit.ly/m2sfreestudytips▶JOIN our Newsletter for Exclusive Updates, Discounts, and Student Deals:https://bit.ly/motivation2studynewsletter▶READ our Weekly Blog -https://bit.ly/motivation2studyblog▶SHOP Motivational Canvases and Apparel!https://bit.ly/motiversityshop▶BECOME A MEMBER of our loyal community!https://bit.ly/m2smembers Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
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This week, Ali and JoDee are chatting with Madeline Beck, a former educator who now works in Human Resources. Together, they'll discuss the power in hiring teachers for non-teaching roles, why teachers should be active on LinkedIn, and the importance of tailoring your resume to fit the career you want. Connect with Madeline:Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/madelinemariebeck/LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/madelinembeck/Connect with Ali and JoDee:Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/teachershiftFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/teachershiftTeacher Shift LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/teacher-shiftAli's LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/alisimon/JoDee's LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/jodeescissors/Websitehttps://www.teachershiftpodcast.com/ Episode Transcriptions https://www.teachershiftpodcast.com/blog
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In this episode, I chat with educator Sheila Kennedy about practical strategies for finding joy this school year through the intentional use of technology tools and incorporation of mindful practices. You'll also hear how Sheila uses social media and mobile apps to focus on positivity in everyday moments. Show notes: https://classtechtips.com/2023/10/10/finding-joy-236/ Sponsored by my QRGs: https://classtechtips.com/books/ Follow Sheila on Instagram: http://instagram.com/positively.sheila Follow Monica on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/classtechtips/ Take your pick of free EdTech resources: https://classtechtips.com/free-stuff-favorites/
Kids who are Black, Indigenous and People of Color—or BIPOC—can experience school culture very differently than white kids. These realities can negatively impact a BIPOC child's sense of self-worth. Today I'm talking about ways to bolster your BIPOC child's self-esteem and resiliency in the face of systemic educational disparities. Project Parenthood is hosted by Dr. Nanika Coor. A transcript is available at Simplecast.Additional resources:https://readlikearockstarteaching.com/product/the-black-families-guide-for-talking-about-racism-free/https://readlikearockstarteaching.com/the-poc-families-guide-to-racism-that-affects-the-black-community/https://readlikearockstarteaching.com/product/a-white-families-guide-for-talking-about-racism/Have a parenting question? Email Dr. Coor at firstname.lastname@example.org or leave a voicemail at 646-926-3243.Find Project Parenthood on Facebook and Twitter, or subscribe to the Quick and Dirty Tips newsletter for more tips and advice.Project Parenthood is a part of Quick and Dirty Tips.Links: https://www.quickanddirtytips.com/https://www.quickanddirtytips.com/subscribehttps://www.facebook.com/QDTProjectParenthoodhttps://twitter.com/qdtparenthoodhttps://brooklynparenttherapy.com/
Mary shares her thoughts on the coming school year and how she is hopefull and optimistic despite all the changes. She also talks about how pleasantly surprised she was, when they all went out for the afternoon and Ainsley walked for hours with no complaint!
Students at Portland Public Schools are nearly a month into the new school year, but their teachers and the district are at an impasse on contract negotiations. Meanwhile, recent test results from Oregon Statewide Assessments showed steady and improving rates in English language arts and math for grades 3 - 8 in PPS. Sharon Reese, chief of human resources for PPS, and Renard Adams, chief of research, assessment and accountability, join us to talk about what the district thinks students and teachers need to succeed.
Northfield Superintendent of Schools Dr. Matt Hillmann discusses the areas where he is putting particular emphasis among his outlined responsibilities during the current school year.
I'll let you in on a secret.... the reason they aren't sharing is because they don't know how! You can expect your child to understand the concept of sharing around ages 4-5. If you are worried that your kid doesn't know how to share, tune into this week's episode to learn how we can encourage them and work through this uncomfortable phase, I say uncomfortable because I notice how quick we are as parents to jump in and "fix it."It might be relieving to know that we can take a step back and allow our littles to learn from experience.P.S. We need your help to celebrate our 100th episode! Please send us a voice memo with your name, how old your little is, and we'd love to know what tools you have learned and how they've helped in your parenting journey! Please attach your voice note to an e-mail and send it to us at email@example.com
If you have a child going to daycare, preschool or elementary school and your mornings are stressful, this episode is for you. Allison is providing solutions to some of the most common issues that families struggle with in the mornings. She's walking you through how her family prepares for smooth mornings, and what things to consider as you develop the plan for your own family. A consistent morning routine will help set your entire family up for a productive day. Allison refers to Episode 91. A Simple Bedtime Routine That Takes 30 Minutes Or Less Click here to watch or listen on YouTube Want to hear more from Allison? Provide your email address here to receive an email from her each week previewing her new episode. Help us reach more parents! Please consider rating and reviewing the show. This helps the algorithm put the podcast in front of more parents. Click here, scroll to the bottom, rate the podcast, and select “Write a Review.” And if you're a Spotify listener, you can now leave reviews on Spotify by clicking here. Also, if you subscribe to the show, you won't miss any episodes! Connect with Allison: Instagram Facebook Website YouTube
When we begin a new school year, there are so many topics that we could dive into with our students. I think one of the very most important things we can teach our students as we kick off the year is identity. We have a unique role in fostering discussions around identity, diversity, and empathy. So in this episode, we'll look at the importance of teaching an identity lesson at the beginning of the school year and how it sets the stage for everything that follows.I have ideas for several interactive activities and group discussions that you can use to help students reflect on their own identities and appreciate differences in others. Additionally, we'll address the role of empathy and how we can challenge biases and stereotypes to create a welcoming atmosphere for all students. Plus, I'll share some of my favorite book recommendations that explore these themes!If you have favorite books that you use to teach about identity, please send me a message on Instagram or an email to firstname.lastname@example.org. I would love to create a list of books to share with everyone!Topics Discussed:How we can facilitate discussions around identity Why teaching identity makes for a really great first or second lesson at the beginning of the school yearExamples of activities that foster self-awareness and lay the foundation for understanding othersChallenging the biases and stereotypes that often influence how we perceive othersGreat mentor texts to use when teaching empathyHosting school events that celebrate different cultures, religions, and traditionsLinks Mentioned:Books:Last Stop On Market StreetThose ShoesA Bike Like Sergio'sBook Companion Lessons:Those ShoesA Bike Like Sergio'sIdentity LessonsK-2 Identity LessonGrades 3+ Identity LessonGrab the Show Notes: Counselingessentials.org/podcastJoin Perks Counseling Club Membership and get the lessons, small group and individual counseling materials you need. Join now and get your first month free when you sign up for 3 months!Connect with Carol:TpT StoreCounseling Essentials...
On this week's episode, Ali and JoDee sit down with Aaron Reller, a former teacher who now, along with his wife, runs their family owned art studio, Abigail Reller Art. Together, they will discuss what held Aaron back from leaving teaching, creating an exit plan from teaching, and taking the leap into entrepreneurship. Want to learn more about Abigail Reller Art?Website: https://www.abigailrellerart.com/Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/abigailrellerartConnect with Ali and JoDee:Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/teachershiftFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/teachershiftTeacher Shift LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/teacher-shiftAli's LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/alisimon/JoDee's LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/jodeescissors/Websitehttps://www.teachershiftpodcast.com/ Episode Transcriptions https://www.teachershiftpodcast.com/blog
CPYU President Walt Mueller joins host Kyle Hoffsmith for this episode. They give a shout out to Matt and Linda as they transition to new roles and discuss the future of the podcast and how we'll handle co-hosts moving forward. Together they talk about Bible teaching in the new school year. There is also a helpful conversation about devotionals along with some highly recommended ones.
With the school year underway, two journalists share their recent reporting about education issues in Baltimore and beyond including the Howard County school bus problems. Bri Hatch is the education reporter for WYPR and Lillian Reed reports for our news partner, The Baltimore Banner.Email us at email@example.com, tweet us: @MiddayWYPR, or call us at 410-662-8780.
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Enjoy some Monday morning mobile PD on your drive to school as your host Nate talks with a variety of experts who share ideas for Utah school counselors. Check out our website at utschoolcounselor.org (http://www.utschoolcounselor.org/) where you can listen to past podcast episodes and register for any of our professional development opportunities. You can also follow us on Facebook (https://www.facebook.com/utschoolcounselor) and Instagram (https://www.instagram.com/utschoolcounselor/) @utschoolcounselor, and on Twitter (https://twitter.com/uscatweets) @uscatweets. Send us your questions and ideas at firstname.lastname@example.org (mailto:email@example.com) and if you like our podcast please rate and review our show - it helps other counselors to find us! USCA members also receive a bi-monthly newsletter to stay up to date on current Utah school counseling news, events, and issues.
This episode is part 2 of my 3-part classroom management series where I'm sharing my strategies to create an easy and effective classroom management system that works all year. Last week, I laid the groundwork by discussing the fundamental rules, and now, in this episode, we're taking it a step further. Join me as I unveil my strategies and routines for effectively reviewing and reinforcing the integrity traits we talked about in part 1 (Episode 198). And that's not all – stay tuned until the very end of the episode, because I'm sharing with you my favorite part of the day (It's not what you think!). Your classroom management journey is about to take an incredible turn – don't miss out on this empowering episode. In this episode, I'm going to teach you How to review and reinforce the rules that we talked about last week in Episode 198 What it will look like for you to lead simple, short, and predictable morning meetings Stick around to the end because I'm going to share with you the one part of the day that I look forward to every day that I never thought was possible (closing circles EVERY DAY) Resources Mentioned in This Episode CLICK HERE TO JOIN THE CLASSROOM MANAGEMENT WORKSHOP Ep 129: Transforming the Classroom with My Disruptive Behavior Solution (Part 1) Ep 198: Effective Classroom Management Systems and Strategies for Starting the School Year (Part 1) Connect with me! Instagram: @BurnedInTeacher Facebook: The Burned-In Teacher Facebook Community Website: www.burnedinteacher.com Do you know your Burnout Type? Click here to find out more about your unique Burnout Type! Get more BURNED-IN Teacher resources Click here to check out my Teachers Pay Teachers store Let me know what you think! Click here to go to Apple Podcasts to leave a rating and review! Please subscribe and leave a review so that other teachers can find the support they need to grow through their burnout and become BURNED-IN!
The Minnesota Pollution Control Agency is expanding its electric school bus program using three million dollars from the state's settlement with Volkswagen over exaggerated fuel efficiency claims.This round of funding will cover the costs for eight more school buses and there will be future rounds in the near future. In addition, the Minnesota Department of Commerce and the Environmental Protection Agency will run separate pools of funding for electric school buses. Brian Timerson, who oversees the program for Minnesota Pollution Control Agency, shared more about the opportunities available to switch to electric school buses.
Odds are you are either a high-achiever, highly sensitive, perfectionistic, people pleasing teacher, or maybe a mix of all of them. Honestly, I see a little bit of each in myself, and let's be real – it can come at a cost. Whether it's our mental health, physical well-being, or even the relationships both in and out of the classroom, something's gotta give. I've been down that road, and it wasn't until I faced burnout head-on that I realized the game-changing potential of setting boundaries. That's why in this episode, we're jumping headfirst into a topic that's both relevant and transformative. We're going to tackle the four types of teachers who seriously need to kickstart their boundary-setting journey – like, yesterday. I get it, we're all wearing multiple hats as educators, and sometimes it feels like saying "no" is just not an option. But here's the kicker: neglecting our boundaries comes with consequences, and those consequences can lead straight to burnout territory. So, join me as we unravel the why behind boundary-setting, how it's a secret weapon against burnout, and hey, I've even got a couple of tricks up my sleeve – some templated responses and scripts that'll have you setting boundaries with confidence.HEAD OVER TO THE SHOW NOTES: teachingmindbodyandsoul.com/episode70
Do any moms want to break free from overwhelm this school year? Our guest today Jenna Hermans has recently released her new book, Chaos to Calm: 5 Ways Busy Parents Can Break Free from Overwhelm. With a master's degree in organizational management and over a decade of experience running human resources, through Chaos to Calm Jenna uses easy-to-implement strategic tools and philosophies to guide busy parents and help them streamline the endless tasks they face every day. By creating more time and less stress, they can spend more hours appreciating their family, making sure they have what they need, and giving themselves the space they need and live their lives with intention and joy. Chapters are targeted at Efficiency, Habits, Communication, Community, and Self-Care, and include how-tos and simple small tasks anyone can take to lower the frenetic pace of every day. In this episode, we dive into how moms can be more energy-efficient, time-efficient, and task-efficient. We explore healthy habits that bring you calm and how to trash the ones that don't serve you. You will love all the practical tips that you can apply right away. Learn more about Jenna at https://jennahermans.com/ Follow on Instagram at https://www.instagram.com/jennazhermans/ Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
At the beginning of each new school year, we set up our classrooms for a successful year which includes routines, procedures, and centers. All of those elements help make engaging activities and lessons possible. As literacy teachers, we also strive to build skilled readers who have a love for reading. In order for those things to become possible, I'm sharing the 3 essential literacy lessons to focus on at the beginning of the school year.Check out my Free Literacy Workshop. For more information, click here. Sign up for my FREE private podcast, the Confident Writer Systems Series, here!Join us in the Stellar Literacy Collective Membership: stellarteacher.com/join To check out all of the resources from this episode, head to the show notes: https://www.stellarteacher.com/episode157
Sometimes as teachers we just need a fresh start! We need some new ideas that are going to make this school year awesome. We need some ways to help build strong relationships with students. We need some strategies that engage and motivate kids. We need some motivation to remind ourselves we are making a huge impact. If you want this school year to be a fresh start and have all of those keys to success, this episode is for you. Let's unpack 4 ways to make the 2023-2024 school year your best school year to date. Seriously. Episode Notes: Wanting a Fresh Start as a Teacher? Join Me in the Awesome Academy: monicagenta.com/AwesomeAcademy Get a free PDF copy of Monica's Book Crushing It For Kids Here: http://bit.ly/MonicaGenta Needing some uplifting, awesome professional development at your school? Let's Connect: http://monicagenta.com/pd Connect with Monica on social media: Instagram: instagram.com/monicagentaed/ TikTok: tiktok.com/@monicagentaed Facebook: facebook.com/MonicaGentaEd Twiiter: twitter.com/monicagentaed
Do you ever feel lonely? For the believer in Jesus, loneliness doesn't have to be debilitating and depressing. God has told us in His word that we are never alone. In this episode, Tina is talking to you about how you can dispel the feelings of loneliness by applying these five biblical principles. Join us in the Raising Kids Together Zoom Room: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/273129977?pwd=OEdMM2lYR3gvVXRoUHl6YW0wcmlEZz09 Join the Prayer Tribe and receive a free copy of Ten Prayers That Will Transform the School Year: https://mailchi.mp/a9ae76996f9d/ten-prayers-that-will-transform-the-school-year Flying Arrow Productions
Join us for part 1 of our three-part series on effective classroom management strategies. Discover three essential rules that will simplify your approach and set the stage for a productive school year. Whether you're a seasoned educator or new to the classroom, these actionable tips will transform your teaching experience. Don't miss out on creating a thriving classroom community where learning flourishes. In this episode, I'm going to teach you The three rules you need in your classroom that will simplify your life and the students' understanding How to introduce them And stick around until the end because I'm going to teach you two bonus rules that changed everything for me in my classroom Resources Mentioned in This Episode JOIN THE CLASSROOM MANAGEMENT WORKSHOP: www.burnedinteacher.com/classroom-management Ep 129: Transforming the Classroom with My Disruptive Behavior Solution (Part 1) Ep 130: Transforming the Classroom with My Disruptive Behavior Solution (Part 2) Connect with me! Instagram: @BurnedInTeacher Facebook: The Burned-In Teacher Facebook Community Website: www.burnedinteacher.com Do you know your Burnout Type? Click here to find out more about your unique Burnout Type! Get more BURNED-IN Teacher resources Click here to check out my Teachers Pay Teachers store Let me know what you think! Click here to go to Apple Podcasts to leave a rating and review! Please subscribe and leave a review so that other teachers can find the support they need to grow through their burnout and become BURNED-IN!
More than three years ago, schools received the first installment in the biggest ever one-time infusion of federal money dedicated to education, about $190 billion to protect against COVID and reverse the academic setbacks that followed the pandemic. One district in Virginia used its funds to add more days in the school year. Geoff Bennett visited to see how that program is faring. PBS NewsHour is supported by - https://www.pbs.org/newshour/about/funders
As September and the Fall begins, NLW checks in on the conversation about ChatGPT among educators as they prepare to begin the first year where that technology will be available from day one. Before that on the Brief: Mustafa Suleyman says the US should use AI chip access to impose AI ethics on the world. Today's Sponsor: Supermanage - AI for 1-on-1's - https://supermanage.ai/breakdown ABOUT THE AI BREAKDOWN The AI Breakdown helps you understand the most important news and discussions in AI. Subscribe to The AI Breakdown newsletter: https://theaibreakdown.beehiiv.com/subscribe Subscribe to The AI Breakdown on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/@TheAIBreakdown Join the community: bit.ly/aibreakdown Learn more: http://breakdown.network/
Look, this isn't about age - it's about fitness. At least three to four United States Senators as well as the President of the United States appear physically unfit to serve in their rolls. So who's doing their job for them? That's what Stigall wonders about most of all. Schools continue their COVID insanity. Lt. Governor of Virginia - Winsome Sears joins the show to discuss what she thinks the GOP needs to do to win, why it's critical, and her brand new biography "How Sweet It Is: Defending the American Dream" - For more info visit the official website: https://chrisstigall.com Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/chrisstigallshow/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/ChrisStigall Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/chris.stigall/ Listen on Spotify: https://tinyurl.com/StigallPod Listen on Apple Podcasts: https://bit.ly/StigallShowSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
As we start back to school and move through the first weeks of the year, Tim wants to share some thoughts on what he thinks will be important for teachers in the near future. In today's episode, he talks through six thoughts about challenges that will be facing teachers and what we can do to help ourselves. Listen as he discusses being proactive with organization and management, being flexible and adaptable, ideas for building community, and finding your outlet away from the classroom. Resources and Links What Do New Teachers Need to Know About Starting the Year? Creating a Welcoming Environment Five Ways to Be a Better Teacher This Year
Students and teachers are heading back to school, and Father Dave welcomes back friend of the show and experienced catechist Joe Paprocki to give his top 10 formation tips for religious educators. Joe has served as National Consultant for Faith Formation at Loyola Press since 2002 and has more than 40 years of experience in pastoral ministry. The tips are based off of his book, “The Catechist's Toolbox: How to Thrive as a Religious Education Teacher.”
Want to start off this school year with some practical, easy to implement ideas? This is the place for you If you need help with the dreaded "calling home" or fun, effective ways to build relationships with kids, or a quick tip on classroom management, I've got you covered. In this exciting episode we talk about the pros of Google Voice, how I make difficult phone calls, ways to incorporate real life skills, and we hear about a massive teacher fail. The episode will have you laughing so hard and will get you SO excited for this school year. Plus, a NEW amazing announcement is made... Episode Notes: Join Me for the Awesome Academy for the 2023-2034 School Year! Fun Flexible PD: monicagenta.com/AwesomeAcademy Get a free PDF copy of Monica's Book Crushing It For Kids Here: http://bit.ly/MonicaGenta Needing some uplifting, awesome professional development at your school? Let's Connect: http://monicagenta.com/pd Call into the Teacher Hotline Talk Line: 815-780-9505 Connect with Monica on social media: Instagram: instagram.com/monicagentaed/ TikTok: tiktok.com/@monicagentaed Facebook: facebook.com/MonicaGentaEd Twiiter: twitter.com/monicagentaed
Back to school can be a stressful time when it comes to co-parenting. Communication between schools, diving responsibilities between houses, getting aligned with routine and homework. It's another situation where when you're in a stepfamily, even the simplest things aren't simple. In this solo episode, Jamie shares tips for minimizing stress at back-to-school and responds to back-to-school stressors you submitted on IG. Stressors include: Who pays for what? What to do if other parent doesn't want to pay their share How to handle the stress of "meet the teacher night" with the other parent Should stepmom go to meet the teacher night? What to do is mom wants control of all back-to-school shopping. and more... For more from Jamie Scrimgeour, visit www.jamiescrimgeour.com Follow along on Instagram: www.instagram.com/jamiescrimgeour Follow along on Facebook: www.facebook.com/scrimgeourjamie Work With Jamie: www.jamiescrimgeour.com/coaching Join The KICK-ASS Stepmom Community: www.jamiescrimgeour.com/membership FREE GUIDES: The Secret To Improving Your Stepfamily Life www.jamiescrimgeour.com/freeguide Tips For Getting Your Stepkids Stuff Back From Their Moms www.jamiescrimgeour.com/givetheclothesback How To Co-Parent With A High Conflict Ex www.jamiescrimgeour.com/high-conflict-ex TAKE THE QUIZ: Is it time to Disengage? www.jamiescrimgeour.com/shouldidisengage SHOW SPONSORS: Cozy Earth - www.cozyearth.com and use the code COZYJAMIE40 for 40% off LMNT - www.drinklmnt.com/kickassstepmom for a free sample pack with purchase
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It's back-to-school season and that means that it is time to break open your planners and start planning! Setting up your planners can not only give you the nostalgia of going back to school as a kid, but also set you up for success for the upcoming year. The time you take to prep and prepare will help you in being proactive and reducing stress. In this episode we are giving you a step-by-step process for setting up your planner. Now, we are obviously going to be a bit biased and recommend that you use our TOP Teacher Digital Planner because it has everything you need to ensure you are planned and ready from the start to the end of the year. You can check out our planners by visiting the link HERE. LINKS: Digital planners Teacher Header Digital Stickers Monthly Themed Digital Stickers SUBMIT YOUR TIME SUCKING HURDLE! We want to know what is sucking up all of your time either as a teacher or just a person. Head over to our website and submit your TSH so that you can have a chance to be featured on the podcast! SUBSCRIBE & REVIEW Are you subscribed to our podcast? If you're not, I want to encourage you to do that today. I don't want you to miss an episode. Click here to subscribe to iTunes! Now if you're feeling extra loving, We would be really grateful if you left us a review over on iTunes, too. Those reviews help other people find our podcast and they're also fun for us to go in and read. Just click here to review, select “Ratings and Reviews” and “Write a Review” and let us know what your favorite part of the podcast is. Thank you!
Stefanie opens this week's first episode by recapping a Queen cover band that she went to go see with her son. Then the ladies talk about their kids starting up school again. This leads them to discuss empty nesters and their kid's college plans. Before they wrap, Lynette and Stef talk about activities to do with the kids. And thanks for supporting today's sponsors: Audible.com/FCOL or text FCOL to 500-500, Bombas.com/FCOL enter FCOL, and ThriveCausemetics.com/FCOLThis show is part of the Spreaker Prime Network, if you are interested in advertising on this podcast, contact us at https://www.spreaker.com/show/5749525/advertisement