40 episodes

Join Weston, Molly, and a bottle of wine as we use iconic teaching moments from movies and television as a vehicle to reflect on instructional practice. We invite you to laugh, agree or disagree, and work toward discovering exactly who you are and where you stand as an educator.

Weston is a former high school teacher and administrator who now works as a Senior Fellow with the International Center for Leadership in Education. His work as a keynoter and instructional coach has afforded him the opportunity to learn alongside teachers and administrators from all 50 states and more than 30 countries around the world.

Molly is a former elementary and middle school teacher who now works with teens and young adults in parochial education programs around Colorado. She and Weston are the parents of two elementary aged children who provide additional fodder for an ed-centric podcast.

Cheers!

Teaching Keating with Weston and Molly Kieschnick Weston and Molly Kieschnick

    • K-12
    • 5.0, 28 Ratings

Join Weston, Molly, and a bottle of wine as we use iconic teaching moments from movies and television as a vehicle to reflect on instructional practice. We invite you to laugh, agree or disagree, and work toward discovering exactly who you are and where you stand as an educator.

Weston is a former high school teacher and administrator who now works as a Senior Fellow with the International Center for Leadership in Education. His work as a keynoter and instructional coach has afforded him the opportunity to learn alongside teachers and administrators from all 50 states and more than 30 countries around the world.

Molly is a former elementary and middle school teacher who now works with teens and young adults in parochial education programs around Colorado. She and Weston are the parents of two elementary aged children who provide additional fodder for an ed-centric podcast.

Cheers!

Customer Reviews

5.0 out of 5
28 Ratings
28 Ratings
KellyeNSmith ,

Such good stuff for ALL teachers!

I’m a middle school band director and find that every episode is just as easy for me to use as it would be for any other subject. It’s fun and light hearted yet SO full of wisdom and thought. I love this show!

Pdubya Tech ,

The Spork of podcasts

It’s the fork used to dig into the meat of needed conversation about education (practice and passion) and its the spoon used to indulge into the guilty pleasures that are the best of pop culture (past and present). It’s both a blessing and a curse to start looking at my favorite movie and tv characters through the lens of an instructional coach. A blessing in that I get more engaged in the interactions between characters and analyze motivations etc.. But a curse because now I can’t mindlessly watch anything without my work brain wanting to find every teachable moment. No complaints by any means, just marveling at how the learning truly never stops when you’re willing to dig into everything with a fresh perspective and context for doing so. Thanks for combining the best of both worlds: education and pop culture. I can’t wait to hear which characters you’re going to discuss next!

Chumpus ,

Like Siskel and Ebert as husband and wife educators

Any podcast that uses the phrase "a lot of juice to squeeze" in the first minute is a good podcast for me. The hosts are a husband and wife who are articulate and I appreciate that they do their research, making the it more interesting than all the podcasts that just wing it.

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