18 episodes

This is the podcast for high school teachers to learn more about how to be the best they can be for their students. Prep Period focuses on quick wins, actionable tips, and key takeaways that can be implemented in your classroom tomorrow. The podcast will focus on these five areas:1. Student engagement2. Classroom management3. Differentiation strategies4. Making topics relevant to students5. Classroom activities and projects subscribe to the podcast for more key insights and actionable takeaways on YouTube and wherever you listen to podcasts. Interested in being a guest speaker or know of anyone who would? Email prepperiod@stukent.com for details on how to apply today!

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This is the podcast for high school teachers to learn more about how to be the best they can be for their students. Prep Period focuses on quick wins, actionable tips, and key takeaways that can be implemented in your classroom tomorrow. The podcast will focus on these five areas:1. Student engagement2. Classroom management3. Differentiation strategies4. Making topics relevant to students5. Classroom activities and projects subscribe to the podcast for more key insights and actionable takeaways on YouTube and wherever you listen to podcasts. Interested in being a guest speaker or know of anyone who would? Email prepperiod@stukent.com for details on how to apply today!

    To Collaborate or Not To Collaborate... With Jodi Jacobs

    To Collaborate or Not To Collaborate... With Jodi Jacobs

    In this episode of the Prep Period Podcast, 2021 WA-ACTE Teacher of the Year, Jodi Jacobs, reveals one of the key ingredients to her success: teacher collaboration.
    Jodi shares examples of how she collaborates with other teachers (CTE and non-CTE) to add value to her classes and engage students in a whole new way.
    Listen for teacher collaboration tips you can implement in your class today!
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    • 19 min
    Leveraging Underutilized Resources for Maximum Effect (PART 2) with Joel Chrisler

    Leveraging Underutilized Resources for Maximum Effect (PART 2) with Joel Chrisler

    In the final part of this two-part interview with award-winning personal finance teacher Joel Chrisler, he discusses real-world activities you can do with your students. 
    These activities will engage your students and solidify the principles you teach in class while helping them develop practical life skills such as buying a car or renting a home. 
    Listen to learn more about how incorporating out-of-the-box teaching activities in your course can lead to student success.
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    • 11 min
    Leveraging Underutilized Resources for Maximum Effect (PART 1) with Joel Chrisler

    Leveraging Underutilized Resources for Maximum Effect (PART 1) with Joel Chrisler

    In part 1 of this 2-part interview, award-winning personal finance teacher Joel Chrisler discusses some techniques and practices he's developed to help his students succeed. One of the practices he's developed includes using underutilized resources that could help you and your students become more involved with local businesses and give your students more real-world experience.

    Today's key takeaway/ actionable tip:
    Talk to your local Chamber of Commerce to see how you can get local business professionals to visit your class or how you can help build a junior achievement program at your school.

    • 17 min
    Effective Teaching Methods That Might Surprise Most Teachers with Jennifer O'Hara

    Effective Teaching Methods That Might Surprise Most Teachers with Jennifer O'Hara

    In this episode of the Prep Period Podcast, attorney and educator Jennifer O'Hara reveals some teaching methods that might surprise most teachers. Namely, she discusses her unconventional approach to flexible grading methods and the Socratic method. Jennifer highlights how these methods intrinsically motivate students and have been effective in helping her students learn and prepare for work in the real world. 
    Listen or watch now to learn more.

    • 25 min
    Prep Period Podcast Trailer

    Prep Period Podcast Trailer

    This is the podcast for high school teachers to learn more about how to be the best they can be for their students.
    Prep Period focuses on quick wins, actionable tips, and key takeaways that can be implemented in your classroom tomorrow.
    The podcast focuses on these five areas:
    1. Student engagement
    2. Classroom management
    3. Differentiation strategies
    4. Making topics relevant to students
    5. Classroom activities and projects
    You can also view the video version of each podcast on the Prep Period Podcast YouTube channel and subscribe wherever you listen to podcasts.
    Interested in being a guest speaker or know of anyone who would?
    Apply today!

    • 1 min
    How To Create Epic & Engaging Content with Vanita Lee-Tatum

    How To Create Epic & Engaging Content with Vanita Lee-Tatum

    In this episode of the Prep Period Podcast, educator and small business developer Vanita Lee-Tatum reveals how to create epic and engaging content and how to teach students to do the same. She also discusses how she and her students use the Later App to schedule out social media posts and help navigate some of the complexities of creating and posting effective content.
    Listen to learn more about Vanita's 5 elements to creating an engaging post:
    Include a relevant visual.Make sure to include your target audience in each social post.Have a clever caption.Utilize purposeful hashtags.Strategically include a call to action (CTA).Don't miss out on even more actionable tips and key takeaways you can implement in your class!
    Subscribe to the Prep Period Podcast on Youtube, Apple Podcasts, Spotify, or wherever you listen to podcasts. 

    • 22 min

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