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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

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    • 4.8 • 31 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.

    76. "Teaching Writers Speak" with Ty Walkland

    76. "Teaching Writers Speak" with Ty Walkland

    What is the relationship between writing, teaching, and hosting a podcast? Today on the show I sit down with the Teaching Writers Speak podcast host, Ty Walkland.

    For full show notes, visit:
    https://cohort21.com/teachingtomorrow/2022/06/20/episode76/

    • 43 min
    75. When teaching is a passion with Margaret from My Call to Teach

    75. When teaching is a passion with Margaret from My Call to Teach

    What does it mean to be called to the teaching profession and how can we sustain that passion when things get hard? Today on the show I am in conversation with Margaret from My Call to Teach.

    - In this episode, we talk about starting an edu-business making resources (or solutions) for teachers
    - Her top business advice for other teachers (that's actually also great teaching advice)
    - Finding unselfish self-care in a challenging profession
    - How to give students a memorable end of year experience

    For full show notes, go to:

    https://cohort21.com/teachingtomorrow/2022/06/07/episode75/

    • 51 min
    74. Advising a gay-straight alliance with James Potteiger

    74. Advising a gay-straight alliance with James Potteiger

    How can Gay-Straight alliances support students and make schools more inclusive spaces for all? Today on the show I speak with GSA advisor and coach James Potteiger

    There is a lot happening in schools right now that put our LGBTQ students at risk. So I’m thrilled to get to share this conversation I had with James about his work with GSAs. James has been running at GSA at his school in Pennsylvania for the past two years and he shares the ways the alliance has improved his school for all students, the role that the GSA plays for young people in his school, and James’ journey towards running the GSA––which is especially powerful to hear since he identifies as a straight, white, cis-gender man with an Evangelical background.

    I left this conversation feeling inspired, hopeful, and so deeply grateful for how people like James are making all of our schools better places.

    For the show notes, visit:
    https://cohort21.com/teachingtomorrow/2022/05/24/episode73/

    • 51 min
    73. Journalistic Learning with Dr. Ed Madison

    73. Journalistic Learning with Dr. Ed Madison

    How can teachers use journalism and reverse mentorship to transform student learning? Today on the show I am joined by Dr. Ed Madison to explore this question and so much more.

    For full shownotes, visit:

    • 33 min
    72. What I've gotten wrong about the writing process: a solo episode

    72. What I've gotten wrong about the writing process: a solo episode

    72. What I've gotten wrong about the writing process: a solo episode by Celeste Kirsh

    • 32 min
    71. The joy of being a B-minus teacher with Patti Firth

    71. The joy of being a B-minus teacher with Patti Firth

    Why should we fully embrace the joys of being a B-minus teacher? Today on the show I speak with the awesome Patti Firth, founder, CEO, and owner of Madly Learning. 

    For full show notes go to: https://cohort21.com/teachingtomorrow/2022/03/21/episode71/

    • 43 min

Customer Reviews

4.8 out of 5
31 Ratings

31 Ratings

lontos lMa ,

What a treat

It’s a great sign that I want to binge listen to all the episodes. The episode with Carina Stone and Kiera Brant Birioukov were so great and gave me hope and inspiration for some next steps in my own life. I’m super grateful. Thank you Celeste and guests.

szr the best ,

Not what you seem

Parkdale is a lie, 12 teachers left this year. Diane didn’t try she made all the teachers leave. Don’t put your child there.

A Macrae ,

Empathy building conversations ❤️

Just finished listening to episode 48 and had tears in my eyes listening. What an amazing message to teachers and students and administrators - that mental health matters and being open about it helps to normalize and further develop empathy for everyone. What could be more important?

So happy to hear that BSS was so receptive to feedback and caring about the community.

Celeste is a wonderful host who finds a variety of topics and voices to share the whole story about education. Always looking forward to the next episode.