A podcast for teachers and trainers who want to love their jobs and be amazing teachers without sacrificing their own time, mental health and wellbeing.
What's Next for the Podcast?
Hello, it's Martine here, I am recording this towards the end of June 2021 and I wanted to give you an idea of what's on the horizon for The Teaching Space - in particular, the podcast.
The Power of a Personal Weekly, Monthly and Annual Review
Episode 122 of The Teaching Space Podcast shares the benefits of, along with my approach to, a weekly, monthly and annual review.
Personal Knowledge Management for Teachers and Trainers
Episode 121 of The Teaching Space Podcast explores the notion of personal knowledge management and planting a digital garden.
Top Tips for Mentoring a Trainee Teacher
Episode 120 of The Teaching Space Podcast shares a number of tips for mentoring a trainee teacher or trainer.
Leading Your Own Professional Development An Interview with Elizabeth Hutchinson
Episode 119 of The Teaching Space Podcast is an interview with Elizabeth Hutchinson, an independent trainer and advisor for school libraries; in this interview, we discuss ways to "own" your professional development.
A Teacher's Guide to EduTwitter
Episode 118 of The Teaching Space Podcast explores the world of EduTwitter.
Would be lost without it
I feel like I have won the lottery by finding Martine’s podcast!!!
Each episode is relevant, current & practical!!!! I take notes every time I listen...there is always something new I learn!!! Any learning professional needs to listen to this 😊
Clear and informative
Thank you Martine, I’m doing an NVQ Level 3 in Education & Training and your podcast, including the ‘back to basics’ episodes are really well pitched for me. Thank you too for including tech. and further reading recommendations. The only issue is it’s all so interesting I’m struggling to get all my ideas into the word count! Highly recommend podcast to beginner teachers or support.
Good content irritating delivery
Whilst the content is without doubt well researched, meaningful and succinct, the overly del-lib-er-ate way ev-er-y word is e-nun-ci-a-ted makes this podcast hard to listen to without becoming frustrated by the false sounding delivery. Not for me I’m afraid.