Our mission is simple: to empower teachers by discussing real struggles in education while having a positive outlook.
COVID Check In
Jonathan and Whitney spend some time processing all that has gone on over the first month back in the classroom from struggles to triumphs.
VIRTUALly The Best $10 You Will Ever Spend
Rachel is the creative mind behind Engaging Early Learners. She shares how one little piece of plastic has changed the game for her remote learning needs. Seriously... check it out.
How To Use The OSMO Reflector
Activities For Distance Learning Using An OSMO
Rethinking School Discipline
We discuss why suspension shouldn't be the first go-to with behavior concerns with Sadie Bradshaw, special education teacher.
Connect with Sadie on Instagram @sel_edventureswithmissb
People of Color in the Classroom
In this episode, we discuss the racial issues in our society and learn from Samohya Stallons who is a person of color and an educator. She gives us some great things to be thinking about, learning from, and how to build more meaningful relationships with other POC.
Don't Panic: Serving Students and Staff Amidst the Pandemic
How do we support our students and staff amidst these trying times? How do we help our students deal with what trauma and situations they may have experienced in the time we've been out of school?
In this episode, we dive deep into these topics and more with Counselor of the Year, Olivia Carter!
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Don't Panic: Back to School Anxieties Amid COVID-19
With the last six months being nothing but unpredictable, returning to the classroom is full of anxieties for educators, parents, and students alike. Listen as former teacher and Licensed Mental Health Counselor Stacie Boyar helps us discuss what might be different and how to handle all the changes.
Check out Stacie's podcast, Namastacie!
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These two are SPOT ON!
Love listening to these powerful educators who have been through the trenches. They keep it real and definitely know what they’re talking about! Don’t hesitate to listen!!!