24 episodes

Teaching Tomorrow is a show for educators who earnestly desire to become more awesome at what they do. Middle level educator Celeste Kirsh speaks to experts about the future of teaching and learning so you can get practical ideas that you can literally use tomorrow in your classroom.

Teaching Tomorrow Podcast Celeste Kirsh

    • Education
    • 4.8, 18 Ratings

Teaching Tomorrow is a show for educators who earnestly desire to become more awesome at what they do. Middle level educator Celeste Kirsh speaks to experts about the future of teaching and learning so you can get practical ideas that you can literally use tomorrow in your classroom.

Customer Reviews

4.8 out of 5
18 Ratings

18 Ratings

Jenn Bairos ,

A fresh and current podcast for Canadian teachers

I’m a member of season 7 of Cohort 21, so I may have some bias in this review. That being said, I am not a huge podcast listener, but I have been enjoying each episode so very much.

The educators interviewed are inspiring, and I especially love that much of the content is Canadian.

While some episodes are more relevant for independent school teachers, there are absolutely episodes here that public school teachers will also find valuable. Check out the ones with Justine Cappel and Meg Goldber Rabinowitz for sure.

I can’t wait to hear what comes next!

oliviabenson4 ,

A fresh new voice

This podcast adds a much needed voice in the field of education - one that is deeply invested in self-reflection and dedication to improving the profession for all teachers. I love listening. Please keep making more.

Ceej125 ,

I am hoping the future brings a 4 or 5!

This podcast is an excellent start and seems to be the best quality teaching podcast that I have found. I also love that it is set in Canada. So far, I am slightly underwhelmed by the content of the podcast - I expected the podcast to dive into more than just what Cohort 21 is and a bit more about how we, as educators, can bring that to our classrooms. I would also love to see more collaboration with public education since the overwhelming majority of students attend public education. What do the topics you discuss look like in a public setting? Was the intention of the podcast to be for private schools? Should that have been more clear from the onset?My favourite episodes so far have been the ones with Justine Cappel and Meg Goldner Rabinowitz because they brought the most application to the podcasts and felt more like they tried to engage with the topics.

I am impressed with the journey so far, and I look forward to seeing how this podcast grows and expands its horizons to engage more of an audience than just private schools and those who have attended Cohort 21.

Persist!

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