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Featuring expert educators ready to share progressive tactics to reach more students. Teach Better Talk is created by teachers, and fueled by passion! Every week, Rae Hughart and Jeff Gargas, of the Teach Better Team and www.teachbetter.com, chat with educators from all around the world, discussing failures, successes, exciting new tactics, and dishing out loads of tips, tricks, and advice for teachers of all levels.

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Featuring expert educators ready to share progressive tactics to reach more students. Teach Better Talk is created by teachers, and fueled by passion! Every week, Rae Hughart and Jeff Gargas, of the Teach Better Team and www.teachbetter.com, chat with educators from all around the world, discussing failures, successes, exciting new tactics, and dishing out loads of tips, tricks, and advice for teachers of all levels.

    147: Get off the stage. - Kyle Niemis chats with us about flipping your classroom, making global connections, and the power of getting off the stage.

    147: Get off the stage. - Kyle Niemis chats with us about flipping your classroom, making global connections, and the power of getting off the stage.

    Educational Technology Coach, and co-founder of ClassroomQ, Kyle Neimis, chats with us about flipping your classroom, making global connections, and the power of getting off the stage.

    More at www.teachbetter.com/podcast/kyleniemis

    Episode Highlights

    3:14 - Celebrating Allyson Apsey's new book, "The Serendipity Journal." Follow Allyson on Twitter (@AllysonApsey).
    6:24 - Previewing the episode with Kyle Neimis.
    8:50 - Kyle introduces himself.
    10:26 - Chatting about ClassroomQ.
    14:04 - Kyle's failure: First attempt at flipping his classroom.
    17:14 - Kyle's success: Getting off the stage.
    18:54 - What's keeping Kyle excited about education right now: Global connections.
    20:25 - Kyle's advice for teachers: Take lots of chances.
    21:34 - Kyle's first steps to getting into Global Connections:

    Impactico


    22:55 - 6 questions answered in 15 seconds or less.
    25:09 - How to connect with Kyle.

    Kyle's Recommendations

    EdTech Tool: Trello
    Book:  "Talking to Strangers" by Malcolm Gladwell.
    Who to Follow on Social Media: @Wegotteched @fuglefun 
    YouTube/Podcast/Website/Blog: Cult of Pedagogy
    Daily/Weekly/Monthly Routine: Give yourself buffer time.
    Best piece of advice you've ever received: Everyone’s fighting their own battle.

    Links to Connect With Kyle

    Website: ClassroomQ.com
    Twitter: @kyleniemis


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    • 26 Min.
    AUDIO BLOG - 4 Reasons You Should Love What You Do

    AUDIO BLOG - 4 Reasons You Should Love What You Do

    This is an audio version of the blog post, "4 Reasons You Should Love What You Do" Written and read by Jeff Gargas (@JeffGargas). Read the post at www.teachbetter.com/blog/4-reasons-you-should-love-what-you-do

    In This Post:

    Loving what you do is important for many reasons.
    Four reasons why you should really love teaching and why what you do is important.

    Ok, let's be honest; sometimes work can suck. Yep, I said it. Me, Mr "I love Mondays because I love what I do." Because it's true. Even when you love what you do, you still get stressed, still get tired, and still have bad days. 

    The thing is, if you really do LOVE what you do, those bad days, those stressful days, they're just a little less painful. When you love what you do, there are fewer of those days. And when they come, you can climb back much faster, and much more easily. Because, when you truly love what you do, that love drives everything you do, including dealing with the stress and frustrations that will occur no matter what. 

    I love what I do. Like, I really love it. I love it so much, I actually don't love weekends. I mean, I love spending time with my wife and kids and seeing friends and family. But I'm always aching to get back to work. I get pumped up on Sundays because I love Mondays.

    I want this for you. I hope you already love what you do. But if not, here are 4 reasons I think you should.


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    146: We're better together - Scott Nunes chats with us about infusing edtech into our curriculum, taking calculated risks, and how we're better together.

    146: We're better together - Scott Nunes chats with us about infusing edtech into our curriculum, taking calculated risks, and how we're better together.

    146: We're better together - Scott Nunes chats with us about infusing edtech into our curriculum, taking calculated risks, and how we're better together. 

    More at www.teachbetter.com/podcast/scottnunes.

    Episode Highlights

    1:43 - Talking about our #TeachBetter Challenge for February.
    5:04 - Previewing the episode with Scott Nunes.
    7:53 - Scott introduces himself.
    11:03 - Scott's failure: Failing as a graphic designer.
    23:42 - Chatting about Scott's podcast, the TNT EdTech Podcast.
    15:47 - Scott's success: Taking calculated risks.
    19:32 - What's keeping Scott excited about education right now: 3D Printing.
    20:38 - Scott's advice for teachers: Get on Twitter. Choose your one thing to be good at.
    21:59 - 6 questions answered in 15 seconds or less.
    24:11 - How to connect with Scott.

    Scott's Recommendations

    EdTech Tool: Flipgrid
    Book: "Rev Up Robotics" by Jorge Valenzuela.
    Who to Follow on Social Media:

    Julia Dweck @GiftedTawk
    Jesus Huerta @jesush1979
    Erin Kiger @EBGtech


    YouTube/Podcast/Website/Blog: 3D Printing Nerd - Joel Telling
    Daily/Weekly/Monthly Routine: Make some quiet time.
    Best piece of advice you've ever received: "Never let anybody take your peace."

    Links to Connect With Scott

    Website: www.tntedtech.com
    Twitter: @mrnunesteach
    Instagram: @IamMrEdtech


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    • 27 Min.
    145: Be big. Be bold. Be brave. - Emily David chats with us about reforming the way we teach civics education, embracing failure, and changing the way we access news. 

    145: Be big. Be bold. Be brave. - Emily David chats with us about reforming the way we teach civics education, embracing failure, and changing the way we access news. 

    Educator and entrepreneur, Emily David, chats with us about reforming the way we teach civics education, embracing failure, and changing the way we access news.

    More at www.teachbetter.com/podcast/emilydavid

    Episode Highlights

    0:41 - Shoutout to Ryan Caswell! Check out www.caswellvisuals.com
    2:25 - Talking about our Valentine's Day Blog Series.
    5:52 - Previewing the episode with Emily David.
    9:05 - Emily introduces herself.
    9:50 - Talking about Bites Media.
    12:50 - Emily's failure: Spelling and grammatical errors in company email.
    17:03 - Emily's success: Learning to read and reading to learn.
    19:42 - What's keeping Emily excited about education right now: Civics education reform.
    21:17 - Emily's advice for teachers: Embrace fail. Collaborate with your colleagues.
    23:03 - 6 questions answered in 15 seconds or less.
    25:37 - How to connect with Emily

    Emily's Recommendations

    EdTech Tool: Bites Media
    Book: "Talking to Strangers" by Malcom Gladwell 
    Who to Follow on Social Media:

    PBS News Hour Extra (@NewsHourExtra)
    CivXNow Coalition (@CivXNow) or iCivics (@icivcs)
    Bites Media (@bitesmedia)


    YouTube/Podcast/Website/Blog: TedEd
    Daily/Weekly/Monthly Routine: Monthly Gratitude.
    Best piece of advice you've ever received: Be big, be bold, be brave.

    Links to Connect With Emily

    Website: bitesmedia.com
    Twitter: @bitesmedia
    Facebook Page: @bitesnews
    Instagram: @bites_media
    Email: emily@bitesmedia.com


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    • 28 Min.
    AUDIO BLOG - Using TikTok to Build Relationships with Teachers

    AUDIO BLOG - Using TikTok to Build Relationships with Teachers

    This is an audio version of the blog post, "Using TikTok to Build Relationships with Teachers" Written by Jeremy Rinkel (@RinkelJeremy). Read by Rae Hughart (@raehughart). Read the post at www.teachbetter.com/blog/using-tiktok-to-build-relationships-with-teachers.

    In This Post:

    An update on TikTok from Jeremy Rinkel: The TikTok Teacher!
    Four ways to use the TikTok app to build relationships and connect with other teachers.
    Hashtags to follow on TikTok to find content and creators.

    As I continue to dive into the TikTok app, I've discovered that other teachers who use the app. While TikTok is still used by mostly teens, statistics show that adult use of the app doubled from September 2018-September 2019 with 14 million daily active users (Mohsin, 2019). This tells me it's an untapped source for building relationships and connections with teachers!

    Read the full post at www.teachbetter.com/blog/using-tiktok-to-build-relationships-with-teachers.


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    • 5 Min.
    144: Walking Your Talk. - Charles Williams chats with us about being authentic, sharing our passion, and revolutionizing twitter.

    144: Walking Your Talk. - Charles Williams chats with us about being authentic, sharing our passion, and revolutionizing twitter.

    15 year veteran teacher, principal, and consultant, Charles Williams, chats with us about being authentic, sharing our passion, and revolutionizing twitter.

    Charles talks about walking your talk, raising our voices, and the power of connecting with others.

    More at www.teachbetter.com/podcast/charleswilliams

    Episode Highlights

    1:33 - Chatting about our friends with @PunkRockClassrooms
    6:47 - Previewing the episode with Charles Williams.
    10:17 - Charles introduces himself.
    12:52 - Charles's failure: Jumping to a conclusion without all the context.
    16:00 - Charles's success: Launching CW Consulting.
    17:29 - What's keeping Charles excited about education right now:
    20:00 - Charles's advice for teachers: Be authentic.
    25:44 - 6 questions answered in 15 seconds or less.
    28:28 - How to connect with Charles.

    Charles's Recommendations

    EdTech Tool: Remind and Voxer
    Book: "Relentless" by Hamish Brewer
    Who to Follow on Social Media: Mike Earnshaw, Jennifer Gonzalez, Matt Miller
    YouTube/Podcast/Website/Blog: www.getepic.com
    Daily/Weekly/Monthly Routine: Pause to reflect. Find your balance.
    Best piece of advice you've ever received: Poem, "The Man In The Glass"

    Links to Connect With Charles

    Website: www.cwconsultingservice.com
    Twitter: @_cwconsulting
    Facebook Page: cwconsultingservice
    Instagram: @_cwconsulting


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