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Welcome to the “All Things Are Possible Teacher” Podcast! It’s time for educators and children to experience a Learning Transformation. Come join Desirée McGee-Greene as she embarks on this journey to transform literacy education by creating a community of learners who think independently, take responsibility for their own learning, and embrace challenges. She wants all students and children to believe all things are possible regardless of their ethnicity.

Calling all teachers, parents, administrators, church and community leaders!! It’s time to dream big because the future of education is in your hands. If you value creativity, curiosity, and character development just as much as literacy, math, and writing skills, then this show is for you.

What if…all learners saw what greatness and success could look like from people who look just like them? They are in charge of their own learning. Instead of ONLY learning from a teacher, they teach themselves and learn from their peers. They embrace challenges and see them as opportunities to grow.

The All Things Are Possible Teacher podcast is upbeat, informative, and full of actionable step-by-step tips to help YOU feel more confident to become the best “coach” for your children and create a powerful “Learner Driven Community '' that incorporates ALL histories as a vehicle for learners to dream big.

Host, Desiree McGee-Greene, was an elementary teacher turned literacy coach and Homeschool Mama with over 18 years of experience in education. Her son’s learning transformation starts now! Along with her family, she is creating her dream homeschool where her son and other children can discover their unique talents, gifts, and abilities that would one day change the world.

She brings step-by-step strategies for incorporating peer teaching and learning, building independence, creativity, curiosity, and strong character.

We believe here that all things are possible and that children deserve to find a calling on their life and change the world. Are you ready to get started? Let’s do this!

Be sure to tune in and subscribe to the All Things Are Possible Teacher Podcast. You can also find Desiree on:
FB- https://www.facebook.com/desireemcgeegreene/
IG-http://www.instagram.com/desireemcgeegreene
Website- www.desireemcgeegreene.com

All Things Are Possible Teacher Podcast Desirée McGee-Greene

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Welcome to the “All Things Are Possible Teacher” Podcast! It’s time for educators and children to experience a Learning Transformation. Come join Desirée McGee-Greene as she embarks on this journey to transform literacy education by creating a community of learners who think independently, take responsibility for their own learning, and embrace challenges. She wants all students and children to believe all things are possible regardless of their ethnicity.

Calling all teachers, parents, administrators, church and community leaders!! It’s time to dream big because the future of education is in your hands. If you value creativity, curiosity, and character development just as much as literacy, math, and writing skills, then this show is for you.

What if…all learners saw what greatness and success could look like from people who look just like them? They are in charge of their own learning. Instead of ONLY learning from a teacher, they teach themselves and learn from their peers. They embrace challenges and see them as opportunities to grow.

The All Things Are Possible Teacher podcast is upbeat, informative, and full of actionable step-by-step tips to help YOU feel more confident to become the best “coach” for your children and create a powerful “Learner Driven Community '' that incorporates ALL histories as a vehicle for learners to dream big.

Host, Desiree McGee-Greene, was an elementary teacher turned literacy coach and Homeschool Mama with over 18 years of experience in education. Her son’s learning transformation starts now! Along with her family, she is creating her dream homeschool where her son and other children can discover their unique talents, gifts, and abilities that would one day change the world.

She brings step-by-step strategies for incorporating peer teaching and learning, building independence, creativity, curiosity, and strong character.

We believe here that all things are possible and that children deserve to find a calling on their life and change the world. Are you ready to get started? Let’s do this!

Be sure to tune in and subscribe to the All Things Are Possible Teacher Podcast. You can also find Desiree on:
FB- https://www.facebook.com/desireemcgeegreene/
IG-http://www.instagram.com/desireemcgeegreene
Website- www.desireemcgeegreene.com

    How to Use Connection Marketing to Bring More Income into Your Teacher Business

    How to Use Connection Marketing to Bring More Income into Your Teacher Business

    How do you find people who will be interested in what you have to offer? This is a great question. You can have an amazing unique resource or program, but if you have no audience to share your offer with... You can’t make MONEY!
    Now you don’t need a huge audience to get started. In fact, when I started marketing our microschool and homeschool hybrid I had little to no audience. So how did I enroll 3 new learners only 1 month after I started marketing?
    That's exactly what I'm going to share with you in today's episode. 
    Let's chat about how you can use "connection marketing" to bring more income into your dream teacher business. 
    Links Mentioned in the Episode:
     
    Free Guide: The 9 Steps to Start Your Dream Microschool & Homeschooling Business
     
    Microschool & Homeschooling Business Dreamers FREE Facebook Community
     
    Free Dream Coaching Call:
     
    Dream Teacher Business Membership: 
     

    • 11 min
    How to Uniquely Brand Your Microschool & Homeschooling Business

    How to Uniquely Brand Your Microschool & Homeschooling Business

    Welcome to the All Things Are Possible Teacher Podcast. We just left yesterday morning around 7:00 AM to drive to Wisconsin for a quick road trip.
    Now that our microschool is growing… we actually have only 1 spot left until my classroom is full. Soon, we will have to open up a waitlist and figure out how to open up a 2nd room. 
    Last year my learners ranged from ages 4-7. For next school year, we have several new learners who are upper elementary or ages 9-10. So, we are going to need bigger furniture, chairs, books, storage etc. 
    Okay, let’s get into today’s show where we are going to chat about how you can uniquely brand your microschool or homeschooling business.
    You want your teacher business to stand out from the crowd. When parents or teachers find you; we want them to choose YOU over everyone else. So let's dive into how you can create a unique brand for your dream teacher business.
    Links Mentioned in the Episode:
    Free Guide: The 9 Steps to Start Your Dream Microschool & Homeschooling Business
    Microschool & Homeschooling Business Dreamers FREE Facebook Community
    Free Dream Coaching Call
    Dream Teacher Business Membership

    • 18 min
    The Five Most Important Enrollment Forms For Your Microschool or Homeschooling Business

    The Five Most Important Enrollment Forms For Your Microschool or Homeschooling Business

    You might be wondering what important documents are needed to start a microschool or homeschooling business. When you start your dream teacher business, you want to have a system, a plan, or map to help you on this journey. 
    And when I started planning our microschool and homeschool hybrid program, I didn’t know what enrollment forms and documents I was going to need. I just researched, googled, and made them up as I went along. But I don’t want that for you.
    Well in this episode, I’m going to share the 5 KEY, most important documents you’ll need to start and enroll learners into your program.
    Links Mentioned in the Episode:
    Free Guide: The 9 Steps to Start Your Dream Microschool & Homeschooling Business
    Microschool & Homeschooling Business Dreamers FREE Facebook Community
    Free Dream Coaching Call:
    Dream Teacher Business Membership:
     

    • 12 min
    My Journey From Traditional Classroom Teacher to Successful Microschool Builder

    My Journey From Traditional Classroom Teacher to Successful Microschool Builder

    I want to give a huge thank you to all of the amazing educators who joined me the last 2 days for a free virtual meetup. It was so fun to hear all about your big dreams and to answer your questions as you begin to embark on this new journey of starting your own microschool or homeschooling business.
    One of the educators on the call, Danielle, wants to start a microschool for special needs children with a focus on autism. 
    Another educator, Cassandra, wants to coach students in math and coach parents in teaching their own children at home. She even sees herself starting a microschool in the future.
    I also met a wonderful educator named Lauri on the call last night. She is launching a microschool this Fall and has already hired teachers with 5 students who want to join her program. 
    My heart is so full and bursting with excitement because this microschool movement is booming, my friend! It’s time for you to join an amazing community of educators who’s taking the education world by storm. They are stepping out of the traditional classroom and doing school THEIR way. 
    But you might be thinking, I’m just a classroom teacher. Can I really build my own school? I’m here to tell you… YES you can! Because if I can do it, so can you.
    I’m so excited to share my story with me and my journey of how I went from traditional classroom teacher to successful microschool builder.
    Are you ready, let’s get started!
    Links Mentioned in the Episode:

    The New York Times article called "A School With 7 Students Inside of the 'Microschools' Movement
    Free Video Series by Kayse Morris: Teachers Design Products That Actually Sell
    Free Guide: The 9 Steps to Start Your Dream Microschool & Homeschooling Business
    Microschool & Homeschooling Business Dreamers FREE Facebook Community
    Dream Teacher Business Membership: 

    • 27 min
    The New York Times Has Featured Our Microschool

    The New York Times Has Featured Our Microschool

    Exciting News!!! The New York Times articles about our microschool have been officially published online on June 17, 2024. Oh my goodness... I'm sooo excited about this.
     
    Just in case you don't know, The New York Times interviewed me and visited our microschool in April 2024. The reporter wanted to write about the growth of the microschool movement, especially in Georgia.
     
    Also, the state of Georgia just passed the Promise Scholarship Act which will provide up to $6500 per student per year for eligible education expenses in an alternate learning environment.
     
    Microschools are popping up all over the country and even the world. So, I'm excited to share my most favorite parts of the New York Times article about our microschool. I hope this episode truly inspires you and keeps your dreams alive. Because truly, all things are possible!
     
    Links Mentioned in the Episode:
    The New York Times article called "A School With 7 Students Inside of the 'Microschools' Movement
    Free Video Series by Kayse Morris: Teachers Design Products That Actually Sell Free Guide: The 9 Steps to Start Your Dream Microschool & Homeschooling Business
    Microschool & Homeschooling Business Dreamers FREE Facebook Community
    Dream Teacher Business Membership: 

    • 14 min
    Summer Marketing Strategies to Boost Enrollment for Your Microschool or Homeschooling Business

    Summer Marketing Strategies to Boost Enrollment for Your Microschool or Homeschooling Business

    Let's talk about marketing your microschool or homeschooling business during those busy, summer months full of family vacations, summer camps, and, yes, those adorable kids who are now home all day.
    The days are long, the kids are buzzing with energy, and you’ve got a to-do list that’s longer than a popsicle stick. You’re juggling family time, maybe even a summer trip or two, and through all of this, you're trying to grow or start your dream teacher business. I know, it sounds like a lot, but don't worry! I’ve got some sizzling summer marketing strategies to help you keep those enrollment numbers climbing while still enjoying the sweet joys of summer.
    So, grab your iced coffee, find a comfy spot in the shade, and let's chat about how to balance your family life and marketing your microschool or homeschooling business so you can enjoy summer without all the stress.
    Are you ready, let’s get started.
    Links Mentioned in the Episode:
    Free Dream Call:
    Free Guide: The 9 Steps to Start Your Dream Microschool & Homeschooling Business
    Microschool & Homeschooling Business Dreamers FREE Facebook Community
    Dream Teacher Business Membership: 
     
     

    • 15 min

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