The Teacher's Lounge is a podcast for teachers, by teachers. This content is created through a collection of National Heritage Academies teachers, discussing classroom specific topics.
On today’s episode of The Teacher's Lounge we talk with Susan Leieritz at Foundations Academy about work-life balance, what it is, some of the mistakes newer teachers make with this concept, and ways you can improve your own work-life balance as an educator. #NHAmazing
A Non-Traditional Classroom Environment
On today's episode of The Teacher's Lounge, we talk with Christina Harmon, middle school teacher at Windemere Park Charter Academy, about the unique teaching environment she has created for her students. No traditional desks, different lighting, sharing circles, and other non-traditional teaching practices are a staple in Christina's classroom, and we go into the why behind this thought process and its impact on learning.
Mr. Knox's Student Behavior Strategy
On this week's episode of The Teacher's Lounge, we talk with Mr. Knox, Achievement and Behavior Support Specialist at Willow Charter Academy, about the importance that relationships, communication, and fidelity play in interacting with students that have behavioral issues. #NHAmazing
Embracing Virtual Teaching
On today’s episode of The Teacher’s Lounge, we talked with Michael Lucido, middle school teacher at Windemere Park Charter Academy, about embracing teaching in a virtual setting, making this style of learning engaging for students, and what digital teaching concepts he plans on continuing to implement in his classroom moving forward.
Advice For Teachers In The Job Market
On today's episode of The Teacher's Lounge we talked with Lyndsay Olsen, Talent Acquisition Consultant at National Heritage Academies about what is needed to do to get a job as a teacher. What should your resume include? Do you need a cover letter? How do you prepare for an interview with school leaders?
Using Language to Combat Math Anxiety
On today’s episode of The Teacher’s Lounge we talk with Taylor Hucks, lower elementary teacher at Gate City Charter Academy, about math anxiety, what it looks like, and the importance that language plays in combating math anxiety in your classroom. #NHAmazing
Could listen to this all day!
Love this podcast!
As a newer teacher, I love this podcast! Great guests, and great topics! It has been so nice hearing other teachers talk about some of the teaching concepts that I am working through too.