Join hosts Amanda Cardenas (Mud & Ink Teaching) and Marie Morris (The Caffeinated Classroom) in discussions about being brave, trying new things, and all things teaching! As seasoned classroom teachers, Amanda and Marie bring their experience, insight, energy, and oh, so many opinions and ideas... It's time for all teachers to take their classroom and teaching practice into their own hands!
TO PACE A CLASS PERIOD
This week we are all about pacing - not so much pacing a curricular calendar or even a unit, though... Let's talk about how to pace a single class period, from bell to bell. Now, we can say goodbye to those end-of-class "Oh no! We didn't finish!" moments! Enjoy!
TO VISUALIZE 2021
Welcome to Season 2!!! We are so excited to continue this podcast with our AMAZING listeners and community!
This week's episode is a timely one as we look ahead to the year that is just beginning, but not quite the cliche New Year's Resolution episode we've come to expect out of January - let's talk about being realistic in our classrooms, with our students, and in our lives outside of school... Enjoy!
TO TEACHERS EVERYWHERE (AN OPEN LETTER)
Today's episode is our first season closer, an open letter to this amazing Brave New Teaching community - WE SEE YOU.
TO ASK ESSENTIAL QUESTIONS (RE-RUN)
HAPPY THANKSGIVING! This episode is a re-run of one of our most popular episodes to date where we workshop essential questions for Marie's current school year. It is a raw and unfiltered work session where we throw things against the wall to see what sticks, and is a great window into our own creative process. Enjoy!
MINISODE: Thankful for YOU + Curriculum Rehab is Back!
In this minisode, we express how truly grateful we are for you, the Brave New Teaching Community! We also wanted to let you know about an opportunity that is coming up in just a couple days - the doors to Curriculum Rehab will open again for a limited time! Also, make sure you don't miss the HUGE Black Friday Sale we are having...
TO STRIVE FOR "CREATING BETTER HUMANS"
This episode is like a conversation with an old friend - warm, inviting, and thought-provoking in all the right ways. Symantha Outwater is in her 8th year teaching, and we discuss all sorts of topics from her early years in the classroom, to teaching at-risk populations, to her philosophy that teachers are there for "creating better humans." Enjoy!