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Teach Me, Teacher is a podcast for educators where teachers discuss topical, informative, and inspiring subjects. Designed from the ground up as a no nonsense approach to teacher development, this podcast is your gateway to bettering your craft (and having some laughs along the way).



Our podcast is fueled by the idea that teachers learn best from other teachers IN the classroom. Every episode will be filled with real world discussions about what it is like in classrooms today, and how to manage, develop, and prosper in this new world of education.



See you in the classroom!

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Teach Me, Teacher is a podcast for educators where teachers discuss topical, informative, and inspiring subjects. Designed from the ground up as a no nonsense approach to teacher development, this podcast is your gateway to bettering your craft (and having some laughs along the way).



Our podcast is fueled by the idea that teachers learn best from other teachers IN the classroom. Every episode will be filled with real world discussions about what it is like in classrooms today, and how to manage, develop, and prosper in this new world of education.



See you in the classroom!

    #209 Can You Hear Me Now? (Suzanne DeMallie pt.2)

    #209 Can You Hear Me Now? (Suzanne DeMallie pt.2)

    Hello everyone! If you have been following me AT ALL on social media, you know I talk about change a lot. Not just change I think should occur in the school system, but changes other people believe should occur as well. But one aspect I have struggled with is how to make change happen at all. Sometimes, it feels like the system of public education is too big to change in any meaningful way…



    And yet, Suzanne DeMallie made significant change by being an advocate and educator, and now she is pushing for us to continue talking about change and taking action to do so.



    Last week, we dove into the overview of what change can look like, and in this episode we dive into the steps it takes to make change happen at various levels.

    Suzanne DeMallie taught for seven years in the Baltimore County Public Schools system. Research into her own son’s learning difficulties led her to author the Classroom Auditory Learning Issues resolution, adopted by the National PTA in July 2007. Her work has appeared in Our Children Magazine, T.H.E. Journal, Towson Times, and The Baltimore Sun.

    She has presented at the National School Boards Association’s Annual Convention; to national, state, and local PTA groups, and to politicians. Suzanne was awarded the National PTA’s Life Achievement Award in May 2007, the highest honor from the nation’s largest child advocacy organization.

     











     

    This episode is sponsored by Heinemann—the leading publisher of professional books and resources for educators—and their professional book, Writing Unbound: How Fiction Transforms Student Writers by Thomas Newkirk.

    Writing Unbound is about the value of writing fiction in secondary classrooms.  Tom Newkirk asks a tough question:  if reading fiction is the center of most English classrooms, why is writing fiction often ignored? Why do we separate fiction reading and fiction writing?

    Tom argues that when our writing curriculum is too analytical, students think of “writing” as impersonal, formulaic, and…well…boring. He says that opening a door to fiction writing can ignite students’ interest and convince them of the value of writing. He even argues that allowing kids to write fiction will improve their analytic writing.

    Learn more about how fiction can transform student writers. Visit Heinemann.com to download a sample from Writing Unbound.













     



     







     



    Teachers, if you’re looking for new ways to elevate your classroom and accelerate learning – then listen up! RISE Math and ELA program bundles from McGraw Hill, are less than $30 a year for grades 3 through 8!That’s right – less than $30 a year.

    RISE identifies learning gaps and creates a unique learning sequence and pace for each child. Covering over a thousand key grade learning objectives in math and ELA, teachers get real-time feedback and progress.Plus, kids can access RISE offline too through the app.

    Teachers, check out RISE today for your students!Go to a href="https://www.mheducation.

    #208 Advocating for Change with Suzanne DeMallie (pt.1)

    #208 Advocating for Change with Suzanne DeMallie (pt.1)

    Hello everyone! If you have been following me AT ALL on social media, you know I talk about change a lot. Not just change I think should occur in the school system, but changes other people believe should occur as well. But one aspect I have struggled with is how to make change happen at all. Sometimes, it feels like the system of public education is too big to change in any meaningful way...



    And yet, Suzanne DeMallie made significant change by being an advocate and educator, and now she is pushing for us to continue talking about change and taking action to do so.

    Suzanne DeMallie taught for seven years in the Baltimore County Public Schools system. Research into her own son’s learning difficulties led her to author the Classroom Auditory Learning Issues resolution, adopted by the National PTA in July 2007. Her work has appeared in Our Children Magazine, T.H.E. Journal, Towson Times, and The Baltimore Sun.

    She has presented at the National School Boards Association’s Annual Convention; to national, state, and local PTA groups, and to politicians. Suzanne was awarded the National PTA’s Life Achievement Award in May 2007, the highest honor from the nation’s largest child advocacy organization.

     











     

    This episode is sponsored by Heinemann—the leading publisher of professional books and resources for educators—and their professional book, Writing Unbound: How Fiction Transforms Student Writers by Thomas Newkirk.

    Writing Unbound is about the value of writing fiction in secondary classrooms.  Tom Newkirk asks a tough question:  if reading fiction is the center of most English classrooms, why is writing fiction often ignored? Why do we separate fiction reading and fiction writing?

    Tom argues that when our writing curriculum is too analytical, students think of “writing” as impersonal, formulaic, and…well…boring. He says that opening a door to fiction writing can ignite students’ interest and convince them of the value of writing. He even argues that allowing kids to write fiction will improve their analytic writing.

    Learn more about how fiction can transform student writers. Visit Heinemann.com to download a sample from Writing Unbound.













     



     







     



    Teachers, if you’re looking for new ways to elevate your classroom and accelerate learning – then listen up! RISE Math and ELA program bundles from McGraw Hill, are less than $30 a year for grades 3 through 8!That’s right – less than $30 a year.

    RISE identifies learning gaps and creates a unique learning sequence and pace for each child. Covering over a thousand key grade learning objectives in math and ELA, teachers get real-time feedback and progress.Plus, kids can access RISE offline too through the app.

    Teachers, check out RISE today for your students!Go to a href="https://www.mheducation.com/prek-12/campaigns/rise.html?cid=psm%7cmhse%7cRise_-_Podcast%7cPodcast%7cBuy_Now%7c&utm_Portfolio=ASG&utm_LinkType=&utm_Funnel=ASG-BOFU&utm_Portfolio=ASG&utm_Lead_Source=Other&utm_Lead_Source_Most_Recent=Other&utm_Lead_Source_Detail=Podcast&utm_Lead_Source_Detail_Most_Recent=...

    #207 Collective Belief with Jim Van Allan

    #207 Collective Belief with Jim Van Allan

    Hello everyone! These days, positivity is difficult to come by. It might be easier than this time last year, but I think most of us can agree that we aren't living in the best of times... because of this, many of us are struggling to create a positive school culture in our classrooms, and community at large.



    Jim Van Allen is here to help us realize we can change this trajectory, and work together to create spaces WE ALL want to be in, students and staff alike. Through the power of collective belief and teacher efficacy, we can all put in the effort to foster healthy school environments.

    Dr. Jim Van Allan is the Vice President of Schools for The Jon Gordon Companies. He leads The Energy Bus for Schools and The Power of Positive Schools groups. The mission is to help schools create a positive culture that creates positive results. The programs accomplish this by providing sustainable and ongoing professional development, coaching, and workshops for schools across the country. Jim has worked with international best-selling author Jon Gordon for 15 years.



    Additionally, Jim is a Professor of Communication Studies for Keiser University and teaches public speaking and interpersonal communication fully online. His Ph.D. research was on using 'The Energy Bus' curriculum to create a positive campus culture at a model school in Ohio.



    Jim lives with his wife and two boys, ages 6 and 4, in sunny South Florida.



    Energy Bus for Schools: https://energybusschools.com/



    Power of Positive Schools: https://www.powerofpositiveschools.com/



    Jim's Podcast: https://communicatetomotivate.libsyn.com/













     

    This episode is sponsored by Heinemann—the leading publisher of professional books and resources for educators—and their professional book, Writing Unbound: How Fiction Transforms Student Writers by Thomas Newkirk.

    Writing Unbound is about the value of writing fiction in secondary classrooms.  Tom Newkirk asks a tough question:  if reading fiction is the center of most English classrooms, why is writing fiction often ignored? Why do we separate fiction reading and fiction writing?

    Tom argues that when our writing curriculum is too analytical, students think of “writing” as impersonal, formulaic, and…well…boring. He says that opening a door to fiction writing can ignite students’ interest and convince them of the value of writing. He even argues that allowing kids to write fiction will improve their analytic writing.

    Learn more about how fiction can transform student writers. Visit Heinemann.com to download a sample from Writing Unbound.

    #206 10 Ways to Nail Your Teacher Interview

    #206 10 Ways to Nail Your Teacher Interview

    Hello everyone! Today I'm flying solo as I offer my best 10 tips for getting hired as a teacher. While this episode is geared to new teachers, I believe anyone can follow these tips. So if you are changing schools, positions, or moving, I think these 10 tips can increase your chances at nailing that interview.



    Each piece of advice in this episode is fueled by my experience with hiring teachers, and what I've heard and said behind closed doors as to why someone wasn't right for the job.



    If this episode helped you nail your interview, or you think it will help someone else, share it! We need to attract the best people to this profession—so if the best person you know needs help, direct them back here!



     









     

    This episode is sponsored by Heinemann—the leading publisher of professional books and resources for educators—and their professional book, Writing Unbound: How Fiction Transforms Student Writers by Thomas Newkirk.

    Writing Unbound is about the value of writing fiction in secondary classrooms.  Tom Newkirk asks a tough question:  if reading fiction is the center of most English classrooms, why is writing fiction often ignored? Why do we separate fiction reading and fiction writing?

    Tom argues that when our writing curriculum is too analytical, students think of “writing” as impersonal, formulaic, and…well…boring. He says that opening a door to fiction writing can ignite students’ interest and convince them of the value of writing. He even argues that allowing kids to write fiction will improve their analytic writing.

    Learn more about how fiction can transform student writers. Visit Heinemann.com to download a sample from Writing Unbound.

    #205 Supporting Middle School Readers with Christina Hanson (pt.2)

    #205 Supporting Middle School Readers with Christina Hanson (pt.2)

    Hello everyone! It has been said that middle school is where the love of reading goes to die… but not if Christina Hanson has anything to say about it!



    Christina, otherwise known as @Hansonhallway on Instagram, has a lot to say about how to get kids engaged with books. Under her deeply engrained philosophy of letting students read what they want and often in class, is solid pedological practice that includes reading a picture book a day, and being a reader herself.



    In this episode we dive into the daily routine, independent practice, and even question the value of Lexile and screeners. 



    If you feel like reading is dying in your class, or maybe on your campus. this is the episode for you.



     







     

    This episode is sponsored by Heinemann—the leading publisher of professional books and resources for educators—and their professional book, Writing Unbound: How Fiction Transforms Student Writers by Thomas Newkirk.

    Writing Unbound is about the value of writing fiction in secondary classrooms.  Tom Newkirk asks a tough question:  if reading fiction is the center of most English classrooms, why is writing fiction often ignored? Why do we separate fiction reading and fiction writing?

    Tom argues that when our writing curriculum is too analytical, students think of “writing” as impersonal, formulaic, and…well…boring. He says that opening a door to fiction writing can ignite students’ interest and convince them of the value of writing. He even argues that allowing kids to write fiction will improve their analytic writing.

    Learn more about how fiction can transform student writers. Visit Heinemann.com to download a sample from Writing Unbound.

    #204 Supporting Middle School Readers with Christina Hanson (pt.1)

    #204 Supporting Middle School Readers with Christina Hanson (pt.1)

    Hello everyone! It has been said that middle school is where the love of reading goes to die... but not if Christina Hanson has anything to say about it!



    Christina, otherwise known as @Hansonhallway on Instagram, has a lot to say about how to get kids engaged with books. Under her deeply engrained philosophy of letting students read what they want and often in class, is solid pedological practice that includes reading a picture book a day, and being a reader herself.



    If you feel like reading is dying in your class, or maybe on your campus. this is the episode for you.



     







     

    This episode is sponsored by Heinemann—the leading publisher of professional books and resources for educators—and their professional book, We Got This: Equity, Access, and the Quest to Be Who Our Students Need Us to Be by Cornelius Minor.

    Powerful teaching is rooted in powerful listening. What we hear can spark action that allows us to make powerful moves toward equity by broadening access to learning for all children. In We Got This, Cornelius Minor identifies tools, attributes, and strategies that can augment our listening, empowering us to take the steps to start influencing the systems that govern our classrooms and schools.

    We do not teach for what is. We teach for what can be. Craft better heroes…not just for the students that you hope to teach, but for the world that you hope to build. 

    We Got This  is available as a book, ebook, and audiobook. To learn more visit Heinemann.com. 

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