66 episodes

The mission of e2e podcast is to shine a light on incredible teaching and learning and to provide relevant and digestible professional development for educators. Carrie Conover is a passionate educator that has visited hundreds of classrooms across the nation. In this podcast, she and one guest educator discuss transforming teaching and learning. Each podcast will share 3 concepts you can bring back to your school or classroom to create an innovative and engaging environment for students.

Educators 2 Educators Podcast Carrie Conover, Education Consultant and Former Teacher

    • How To
    • 4.9, 49 Ratings

The mission of e2e podcast is to shine a light on incredible teaching and learning and to provide relevant and digestible professional development for educators. Carrie Conover is a passionate educator that has visited hundreds of classrooms across the nation. In this podcast, she and one guest educator discuss transforming teaching and learning. Each podcast will share 3 concepts you can bring back to your school or classroom to create an innovative and engaging environment for students.

    Covid19 Lessons from a Veteran Teacher

    Covid19 Lessons from a Veteran Teacher

    Join Carrie as she interviews Joanna Brumbaugh, a 14-year veteran teacher, as she discusses what she has learned during the 2020 pandemic. Be ready to be inspired by Joanna's tips and tricks before we head back to school this fall.
    Joanna has been in education for 20 years, and teaching for 14. She has her B.A. in Elementary Education and a M.A. in Curriculum and Instruction. She currently balances teaching second grade, running around as a busy mom and wife, and being an edupreneur. Above all, she loves inspiring others and making a difference in the world around her.
    https://www.instagram.com/second_grade_magic/
    https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Store/Second-Grade-Magic
    Become an e2e member at educators2educators.com/membership
    Sign Up for Teacher Summer Reboot at educators2educators.com
    Sign Up for New Teacher Jumpstart at www.educators2educators.com/blog/new-teacher-self-care

    • 23 min
    Create a Resume that Stands Out

    Create a Resume that Stands Out

    Creating a teacher resume can feel like an overwhelming task for many. We recently sat down with Marie Morris on the e2e Podcast to discuss resume writing with the goal to debunk some of the scary parts of the process. 
    https://www.thecaffeinatedclassroom.com/
    esty.com/shop/educators2educators
    www.educators2educators.com

    • 29 min
    5 Spirit-Boosting Teacher Activities

    5 Spirit-Boosting Teacher Activities

    Times are tough for teachers. Not only are you staying at home, but many of you are also hearing the announcement that you won't be returning to your classroom for the rest of the school year. Here are 5 spirit-boosting activities created for teachers, by teachers that you can do right from your home.
    educators2educators.com/mood
    educators2educators.com/health
    educators2educators.com/design
    educators2educators.com/boundaries
    educators2educators.com/tsc

    • 10 min
    Healthy Boundaries with Distance Learning

    Healthy Boundaries with Distance Learning

    Join Carrie as she shares tips and tricks for creating healthy personal and professional boundaries during the COVID-19 crisis.
    www.educators2educators.com
    www.educators2educators.com/healthy-boundaries
    www.educators2educators.com/tsr
     

    • 40 min
    How to Handle Constructive Criticism Well

    How to Handle Constructive Criticism Well

    Caitlin Mitchell from EB Academics joins the podcast to discuss how we can handle constructive criticism well as teachers.
    You can reach Caitlin at:
    https://ebacademics.com/
    https://www.instagram.com/ebacademics/
    Thank you to our sponsors:
    eSpark Learning
    go.espark.app/educator
    and
    Hand 2 Mind
    https://www.hand2mind.com/
     
     
    Carrie (00:04):
    Hello and welcome to educators to educators podcast. I'm Carrie Conover and this is episode number 67: How to Handle Constructive Criticism Well. I'm Carrie, the founder and CEO of educators to educators. Thank you so much for joining me for this episode. Today we have a very special guest and we are going to talk about a topic that can be kind of tough - constructive criticism. Before we get started talking to our guest, Caitlin, I want to remind all of you that we have recently launched e2e modules. E2e modules are courses that you can take to learn a new skill or explore professional development. We have recently relaunched Classroom to Boardroom. Classroom to Boardroom is a module that will teach you everything you've ever wanted to know about working for an education company. As many of you know, if you know my story, I went from being a veteran teacher in Chicago public schools to an executive at Discovery Education.
    Carrie (01:08):
    I've been there, I've spent eight years in education technology. In this module, I teach you all the various types of jobs out there in the education world, the different types of companies you can work for, the salaries, all of the different options you've always wanted to know. I really believe that sometimes teachers yearn for more and want to leave the classroom and they shouldn't feel guilty about that, and so I created this module to teach you how to transition out of the classroom, but stay in education. I don't want you going to work in retail or for a bank. I want you to stay in education and use your treasures and talents. You can learn more about the Classroom to Boardroom module, at educators2educators.com/career.
    Carrie (01:57):
    Caitlin Mitchell is one of the founders of EB academics along with co-founder Jessica. Katelyn and Jessica are the authors, teachers, and curriculum creators behind the EB Teachers' Club and Writing Instruction: A Proven Approach. They have both been ELA teachers and ELA coaches for more than 25 years combined and curriculum developers since 2012. Caitlin and Jessica created AB academics to help make the lives of middle school ELA teachers easier while supplying them with quality and engaging ELA lessons for their students. They want teachers to walk into their classroom each day with confidence, knowing that they have quality content to teach. They both received their master's degrees in secondary education and curriculum design from Loyola Marymount University in Los Angeles, California. Caitlin and Jessica currently reside in the Bay area with their families. I am so excited to have Caitlin talking about this really tough topic today, so let's get started with Caitlin. Caitlin, thank you so much for joining us on the educators 2 educators podcast.
    Caitlin (03:18):
    I'm so excited to be here. Thank you so much for having me.
    Carrie (03:22):
    This is a long time in the making, don't you think?
    Caitlin (03:24):
    Oh yes, totally. We've been talking about it, I feel like for months.
    Caitlin (03:28):
    Yes. I'm so glad that you crossed my path. Gosh, it was last November was that November of 2018 that we first met. And you agreed to be a presenter in the first e2e New Year Reboot. And you've been in every conference since, so grateful that I have met you and that you're sharing your talents with the e2e teachers.
    Caitlin (03:48):
    Oh well thank you so much. The feeling is so mutual and I just think that what you are doing for teachers is incredible.
    Carrie (03:54):
    Well thank you. And today you are going to join us to talk ab

    • 26 min
    Supporting Students with Sensory Processing Disorder

    Supporting Students with Sensory Processing Disorder

    Sensory Processing Disorder is a personal topic for Heather Campbell, who is a 4th-grade veteran teacher and coach. In addition to being a coach, Heather is a mom of 4 children, one of which has Sensory Processing Disorder.
     
    Heather is passionate about sharing about SPD to help parents and teachers identify and support students who face the disorder. SPD is a neurological condition where a child’s body and brain misread signals they are receiving. As a result,  children will either overreact or under-react to their surroundings. 
     
    There are seven different categories within Sensory Processing Disorder. It is important for educators to understand the differences between the seven categories and how we can provide comfort and support for students within each category. Sometimes, the most simple things can smooth the senses or stimulate the senses of a student with SPD.
     
    While supporting students with SPD can seem intimidating, the first and most important step is understanding the child’s needs. Join us as Heather breaks down SPD in a very understandable and actionable way for educators.
     
    Enter to Win $50 Everyday Educate Gift Card: https://www.educators2educators.com/66

     
    Today you will hear:
    [00:50] Announcement: New e2e Module on Membership Site
    [05:00] Heather’s Background and Intro
    [08:09] What is Sensory Processing Disorder
    [13:00] Behavior Issues and Developmental Delays with SPD
    [15:20] Strategies to help students with SPD
    [18:40] What parents can do to help teachers
    [21:00] Giving the responsibility to the child
    [24:00] Heather’s Favorite Resources
    The Sensory Spectrum Facebook Group
    Everyday Educate

    • 36 min

Customer Reviews

4.9 out of 5
49 Ratings

49 Ratings

kssksjfm ,

A fun and professional podcast

I love listening to this podcast! Carrie is very real and to the point, interviews interesting people in the education world, and I can tell she genuinely wants to help educators. I’m always checking for new episodes and I gain something from each one!

VannyKS ,

Wow

This an amazing podcast. I was just here trying to find some grounding through this very unsettling time. The podcast on “tough parents” was fantastic. All teachers need to take a listen.

Lift Up Leaders ,

Relevant Support for Teachers

Just listened to episode #28 about dealing with competitive teachers and had to post a review. We can find lots of PD on math strategies and improving reading fluency, though finding relevant support to help us deal with the day-to-day issues we face in our district is more challenging. Thank you for the tips for navigating those tricky situations and difficult conversations. : )

Top Podcasts In How To

Listeners Also Subscribed To