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Psychic Teachers

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Psychic Teachers

Samantha Fey and Deb Bowen

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Psychic Teachers Podcast features two well known intuitives -- Deb Bowen and Samantha Fey -- helping listeners learn how to embrace their inner psychic. Tune in and listen to these funny ladies discuss everything from ghosts and energy vampires to chakra clearing and spirit guides.
 
Hosted by Rev. Liên Shutt, Kaira Jewel Lingo and Lama Karma Yeshe Chodron. Welcome to "Opening Dharma Access," a podcast where we hear stories from BIPOC Teachers about their Dharma experiences and practice, and how those inform the ways they are sharing the Dharma today. Thank you to the Kataly Foundation for their support of this season's offering! KatalyFoundation.org
 
Lyn and Chris Dawson appear to have the perfect marriage. He's a star footballer and popular high school teacher. She's a devoted wife and mother. They share a beautiful home above Sydney's northern beaches. But when Lyn goes missing, dark secrets are buried. This is no fairytale, but a sordid story of strangely close twin brothers, teenage student lovers, and probable murder. The Australian's Hedley Thomas digs deep into a cold case which has been unsolved for 36 years, uncovering startling ...
 
There are LOTS of podcasts for teachers, but Substitute Teachers Lounge is the first podcast ever that also highlights substitute teachers. This podcast is aimed at giving ALL types of teachers the tools you need to teach in K-12 (elementary school, middle school, and high school), including administrative aspects as well as helping students receive everything they need to learn and feel special. We interview teachers, subs and students to make sure we have the information we need in order t ...
 
What does it mean to be educated for today's modern learner? With the rise in technology, is education a dying field? Are teachers necessary?Join middle school teachers Alyssa and Andre as they explore the ins and outs of today's education system through the lens of equity and social justice. Each episode will explore relevant topics in education from the perspective of two black teachers in an urban school setting.
 
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Twisted Teachers

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Twisted Teachers

Twisted Teachers

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What would you do if you weren't afraid? Jen and Kim are long-time friends who started the podcast from the perspective of two teachers and their experiences in education. The podcast has evolved through countless interviews with current and former educators as well as authors. You will still hear their teaching tips and stories, but you also will follow them on their journey through new chapters in their lives.
 
This is the Reading Teachers Lounge where listeners can eavesdrop on professional conversations between elementary reading teachers. We are passionate about literacy and strive to find strategies to reach all learners. Shannon and Mary are neighbors who realized that they were “literacy soul sisters” at a dinner in their Atlanta neighborhood. Once they started chatting about reading they haven’t really stopped. Come join the conversation.
 
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The Teachers' Lounge

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The Teachers' Lounge

Micah Hirokawa & Brian Clark

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The Teachers’ Lounge is a podcast dedicated to connecting the education community, parents, and families with strategies and methods in doing what’s best for kids. So when you hit rock bottom, come to that place of burn out, or you just need some inspiration – take the time to stop in at The Teachers’ Lounge.
 
Teachers Talk Crime is a true crime podcast with a twist, hosted by two teachers who met on TikTok, whose love for education and true crime sparked a forever friendship. Ashleigh and Brooke are giving you bone chilling crimes along with laughs from their own stories in the classroom. You will leave thinking "Wow, that is a classroom I wouldn't mind being apart of". Tune in every Monday for your dose of crime, warning signs, and side splitting laughs. LETS TAKE SOME NOTES SHALL WE!
 
Teachers are one of the most influential and powerful forces for equity, access and quality in education. They provide children and young people with the knowledge, skills, attitude and tools needed to reach their full potential. Teachers' Voices is a podcast series from BOLD, the digital platform on learning and development. Join Nina Alonso as she shares powerful stories from teachers around the world, talking in their own words about their experiences, and listen in on inspiring conversat ...
 
TTELT is a podcast for English language teachers who never seem to find the time for the professional development we want and need. Episodes include tips that we can implement in our classes this week, discussiions of journal articles and blogs in our field, and interviews with prominent, and not so prominent, teachers who have teaching tips they'd like to share. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/ttelt/support
 
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Teachers in America

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Teachers in America

Houghton Mifflin Harcourt

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A podcast for K-12 educators covering the ever-changing learning landscape. Featuring educators from around the country, every moment is a chance to create connections, share stories, and explore classroom ideas that will influence the future. Teachers in America is produced by Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, inspiring the thinkers and doers of tomorrow.
 
Teachers know that when classes are done, the beer has been poured, teachers gather around the table, and the talk turns to...teaching. Great (and not so great ideas) are tossed around, argued, praised, and ridiculed. What's been missing is a microphone on the table. Until now. If you're a teacher, and especially if you're teaching in Japan, have a listen. Tony and Charles talk about what they've learned, what works, what doesn't, and what other teachers like you have to say.
 
Since 2007, Two Writing Teachers has been a meeting place for a world of reflective writers. After over 15 years of blogging, we’ve decided to create a podcast that will serve as a companion to our blog. On the podcast, we’re excited to talk about ways to create, lead, and sustain joyful and productive writing workshops. Let’s work together, inspiring and empowering students to be competent, brave, and confident writers.
 
This podcast was developed to help high school teachers better reach students, as well as gain more self-fulfillment by doing just that. We will discuss essential strategies and stories to help new, experienced, burned-out, and/or growth-focused teachers find their way in a world of confusing, endless, and oftentimes overwhelming resources for educators. Hopefully, you will find these both tangible and applicable in your own professional journey. This podcast is definitely not about “polish” ...
 
Take a peek behind the staffroom door at what Australian teachers are talking about, and what they ought to know. Come for the advice (and sometimes controversy), stay for the lightbulb moments we all treasure in our students but tend to forget about in ourselves. Aussie teacher Emily picks a topic each episode that has come up in her own staffroom, or in our Facebook communities, and brings experts to the staffroom table to have a chat. Together they shed a light on the things that worry us ...
 
The Fandalorians: Teachers by Day, Nerds by Night. By day, Mr. Richardson, Mr. McDonald and Mr. Giannone teach and inspire America's youth. But by night, they debate and discuss all things in the pop culture/fandom universe. Join these three public school teachers, every Monday, for a look into the current state of pop culture. Email: Thefandaloriansmailbag@gmail.com Twitter: @Fandalorianspod
 
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Teachers Changing Teaching

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Teachers Changing Teaching

Jamie Collins, PhD, Natalie Davey, and Rachel Evans

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Veteran teacher Dr. Jamie Collins and novice teachers Natalie Davey and Rachel Evans discuss the challenges, joys, and practicalities of teaching in the English classroom. We believe there’s beauty in storytelling, there’s beauty in reading, and there’s beauty in learning. Sometimes, though, the beauty is difficult to see through the things that make teaching difficult: isolation, a mountain of expectations, complicated school systems, and finding the best ways to teach students. In this pod ...
 
Welcome to Transformative Talk! Each episode is hosted by different graduate students in Dr. Haddad’s courses at UTSA. Join us as we explore how educators can use critical social theories to transform themselves and their classrooms. Educators get real and share real-life experiences, near misses, and big-little wins. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/transformative-talk/support
 
Welcome to the Yogipreneur Podcast, brought to you by Digital Yoga Academy - the leader in business and marketing education for yoga teachers worldwide. The Yogipreneur is for entrepreneurial yoga teachers who want to stop the hustle and overwhelm and instead create more income, freedom and success. In each episode, you'll learn business and marketing strategies to grow your community in a way that makes it easy for you to take action today. Hosted by Kelly McHugh, the founder of Digital Yog ...
 
Pilates Teachers' Manual is your guide to becoming a great Pilates teacher! I discuss everything about being a Pilates teacher, from certification, class preparation, and scheduling, to working in studios, gyms, and in clients' homes, online and beyond! This podcast is for YOU if you are a current Pilates instructor, an aspiring Pilates instructor, or anyone who wants to learn more about the world of teaching Pilates!
 
Chalk and Ink is a biweekly podcast that interviews teachers who write and writers who teach. Are you looking for inspiration to develop and deepen your writing and/or teaching practice? If so, then listen to the experts who make it their practice to become better writers and teachers every day. An episode will publish every other Friday during the school year. If you'd like to connect after listening, please find me on Twitter @KateNarita or visit my website www.katenarita.com Happy listening!
 
Do you teach about global cultures or world events in your classroom? If so, this podcast for you! What Teachers Need to Know offers vital insight for understanding current events, history, global cultures, and social issues, so that you can facilitate deeper learning about a particular region with your students. Meet subject-matter experts and explore online resources that can help make this information accessible for K-12 classrooms. Together, we can prepare the next generation to be infor ...
 
Not Just Cute, the Podcast is like listening to a conversation with your nerdy best friend. Who happens to be obsessed with child development. Each episode covers a different topic related to parenting, early childhood education, and healthy, whole child development in order to support teachers and parents in serving young children.
 
Chey Cheney and Pav Wander are two middle school teachers from Toronto, Canada. They have a passion for elevating and amplifying student voice while honouring students lived experiences and identity. "The Chey and Pav Show" takes educators and listeners through the “ins and outs” of the field of Teaching, Learning and Leadership. With their anecdotal and inviting banter, laced with caring insightfulness, the audience engages in a conversation that is surely eye-opening and impactful while ta ...
 
Vielseitigkeit und Interesse in viele Dinge des Lebens finde ich einfach super! Das Leben ist einfach zu spannend, um sich auf ein Thema zu spezialisieren. Daher widmet sich dieser Podcast vielen Bereichen, wie Philosophie, Musik, Wirtschaft, Gaming, Politik und Themen des alltäglichen Lebens! Ich selbst bin Lehrer für wirtschaftliche Fächer und nebenbei liebe ich es zu musizieren, zu dirigieren, zu gamen und einfach kreativ zu sein. Diese Vielseitigkeit möchte ich gerne mit euch teilen. Ich ...
 
"Naylor's natter...just talking to teachers" Naylor's Natter is the brainchild of Phil Naylor , created initially to share musings on evidence, research and CPD. The podcast has grown significantly since its first episode in early 2019 and is now proudly independent. We have no sponsorship or affiliation. As the podcast has evolved so has its reach, we feel passionately about diversity of opinion and representation of our profession. To ensure we better reflect teaching , we are now proud to ...
 
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In Ontario, contract negotiations for teachers are about to begin. Tune into this week's episode as Alyssa and Andre relive some of the memories of being on strike in 2020 and give their thoughts on what school may look like as we get into these contract negotiations. My Money Planning for your financial future isn’t easy – You deserve a community …
 
Amy, Melanie, and Stacey talk about ways to solve five predictable problems teachers face as teachers of writing. There isn't enough time in my writing block. My writing units go on forever. I don't know what to confer about. I need help explaining writing workshop to parents and caregivers. I'm always interrupted when I teach writing. Check out th…
 
It might be time to reimagine Maslow's Hierarchy. According to author Ed Mylett, humans have 6 basic needs. In his book, The Power of One More, he shares how to motivate, encourage, and teach people better by embracing these 6 needs. In this episode, we'll explore how to use this idea in the classroom - as well as in our relationships with each oth…
 
Kim finally learned how to apply lashes and Jen knows how to contour! They have a fun episode where they talk about nostalgic Halloween candy and ask each other fall trivia questions. Do applelanterns exist? Stay Twisted! https://www.amazon.com/12packs-Eyelashes-43-by-Christina/dp/B00DWDHSJ8 https://www.today.com/life/holidays/halloween-trivia-rcna…
 
Do you find it challenging to conduct effective assessments, especially online? Listen to Jhon Carvajal’s tips for understanding your students’ needs, customizing assessments accordingly, and creating ‘calls to action,’ focusing on demonstrating knowledge. Jhon joins us from Colombia, where he works as a manager of the English Language Academy of P…
 
A fascinating conversation with Thomas Davis IV and Rev. Liên about the possibilities of expanding the range for assessing BIPOC teachers' readiness to teach and the connections between the Dharma and the creative process. Thomas Davis IV is a Contemplative Artist based in Los Angeles who explores the connections between the principles of the Dharm…
 
Teachers MUST understand grading. This episode will discuss common pitfalls, characterize sound practices, and provide key strategies that will vastly improve your assessment and feedback process. Being mindful of these things can completely transform your classroom and how effective you are for your students.…
 
In this special mini episode, Nina celebrates World Teachers’ Day with a bonus episode of Teachers’ Voices. Listen for inspirational stories together with quick practical ideas and resources that educators and researchers have shared. Guests Teachers Maree Karaka Ingrid Delange Monica Bhimwal Azmin Mistry Researchers Sarah Richardson and Sladana Kr…
 
Do you love teaching art more than planning lessons or do you simply not have the time? I want to share the art curriculum I’ve developed over the years with you. Each project begins with a supply list with options for different budgets, an inspiring story about an artist or art movement, classroom set-up, instructions for the project with links to…
 
In the last episode, I shared some ideas for sequencing. This week’s show covers different themes you can use. These themes are independent of the actual postures you teach and can be used with any sequence. Once you listen, you’ll hear the different themes and can try one in your next class to see how it works. I also start out the episode with so…
 
This case was new to me, but Ashleigh knew about the "party that will always be remembered". This is the case of Tyler Hadley, a 17 year old boy from Florida who murdered his parents in their home with a claw hammer and then threw a house party with their bodies still in the home. Witnesses remember this night and are still shocked with the evidenc…
 
Asia Suler, author of Mirrors in the Earth, is on Psychic Teachers this week to talk about how connecting with nature can restore us to our true selves. You won't want to miss this illuminating discussion about how nature can teach us core truths allowing our inner light to fully shine forth. Asia is a writer, teacher, earth intuitive and ecologica…
 
On today’s episode, we discuss our lack of Mr. Richardson, some interesting morning announcements, and introduce our Harry Potter October Madness. All this and more one “Love, Magic and Harry Potter” Episode of The Fandalorians: Teachers by Day, Nerds by Night. 4:13 Deadpool 3: Enter: Wolverine 5:26 Hocus Pocus 2 10:15 NASA attempts to move an aste…
 
Listen here https://www.simpleenglishnews.com/wp-content/uploads/2022/09/Celebrities-Who-Wont-Leave-Any-Inheritance-To-Their-Children-Tue-1539-online-audio-converter.com_.mp3Picture by Chris from Pixabay We tend to think kids must always inherit fortune from their parents. However, there are some people who plan to pledge majority of their fortune …
 
When students struggle to focus, follow directions, and stay on task, it may be helpful to consider cognitive load theory. Classroom teacher Jennifer Brinkmeyer’s my guest in this episode to talk about how she’s utilized her research in this area to help students get more done with less mental effort. Cognitive load is a learning theory developed b…
 
Despite all the horror stories we share about teaching each month, in this episode, we talk about some of the best parts, and what we love about being an educator! Check out our MERCH! Subscribe to our newsletter! Become a Patreon member to access exclusive bonus content with hilarious games! See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
 
To help students retain classroom instruction, try this fun and entertaining tool. Join our Facebook group, https://www.facebook.com/groups/substituteteacherslounge Email your questions to mailto: gregcollinssubstitute@gmail.com Buzzsprout - Let's get your podcast launched! Start for FREEبقلم Greg Collins
 
Welcome to the far 2022 semester! This semester we will have episodes produced by Dr. Haddad's Curriculum, Instruction, and Assessment and Critical Cultural Perspectives courses. In our season premiere, we will her from Bruna, Laura, and Blanca, doctoral students in the Critical Cultural Perspectives class, where they will discuss the need for a hu…
 
A new term is a time for refreshing and resetting! In this episode, I give you a few helpful ideas for how best to prepare yourself and your classroom for a new term. Things like seating plans, classroom and hallway decorations, curriculum, and also your own expectations and connections with yourself, your colleagues, and your students. As always, …
 
Podcast 138 Show Notes - 4 reasons why your yoga community isn't growing An engaged community is key to your success as an online yogipreneneur. In this week’s episode, our founder Kelly McHugh shares the common reasons why your online yoga community isn’t growing and all you need to know to start growing yours today. Including: The thing that’s st…
 
Shannon Felt is a teacher, a (CELTA/DELTA) teacher trainer and a teacherpreneur. She is a co-founder of TEFL Horizons where she runs a blog, regular webinars, and offers range of Online English Teacher certification courses. Additionally, she hosts the podcast expand your horizons. You can find her, and all of the above on www.TEFLhorizons.com #TEF…
 
Charles talks with Nerida Rand to find out how a background in improvisation plays out in the classroom. Nerida was an exchange student in a Japanese high school in the 80’s and has been back in Japan as a teacher since 1997. She teaches in the Graduate School of International Social Sciences at Yokohama National University as well as being adjunct…
 
Thanks for reading TC298: How Multi-Level Group Teaching Works with Dorla Aparicio from TopMusic.co. In this episode, my guest Dorla Aparicio, discusses the benefits of multi-level group teaching. She shares with us how she introduced it into her piano studio and what steps were involved. She talks about how to approach it with students and her met…
 
Mary and Shannon chat with Stephaney Jones-Vo about how to best support the reading needs of English Language Learners. Stephaney describes the differences in needs of ESOL students at various levels and provides easy ideas for differentiation and scaffolding for students at different levels. Stephaney shares how to understand the language load of …
 
Description: Dr. Carol Swain joins Tony Kinnett in Teacher's Lounge this week to delve into the complicated debate concerning meritocracy, the modern influence of media on education systems, and how early life choices can lead to massive consequences. Tony and Dr. Swain hit the major points of Swain's incredible story, from her earliest points at t…
 
Support TER Podcast at www.Patreon.com/TERPodcastMain Feature: Dr. Nicole Mockler discusses her recent publication Constructing Teacher Identies: How the Print Media Define and Represent Teachers and Their WorkRegular Features: Steven discusses a simple but effective online tool for teaching in Kolber’s Corner; Tom Mahoney questions how dominant id…
 
Hedley Thomas, Claire Harvey, David Murray, and Matthew Condon return to cover hearings in a major public inquiry into Queensland's state-run DNA lab. A new episode will be published at the end of every week, for the duration of the inquiry. Search for Shandee's Story in your podcast app, and press follow or subscribe to be notified when new episod…
 
Curriculum expert, Mary Myatt, joins us on the Tips for Teacher podcast to share her 5 tips: 1. We should all be focussing on doing fewer things and greater depth (04:06) 2. Focus on the concepts and the Big Ideas in our curriculum (13:03) 3. We know more and remember more when we've heard it in a story (23:54) 4. Provoke curiosity in our students …
 
In Episode 116, Chey and Pav talk about relationship building and what it really looks like in classroom settings. Inspired by constant conversations on social media surrounding ideas such as "connections before content" or "relationships first," the Dynamic Duo felt compelled to share their ideas on the importance of establishing relationships thr…
 
In a follow-up episode to “Thinkin’ About Part 1,” Jamie, Natalie, and Rachel share their experience of moving away from the use of individual student devices in the classroom. What have they discovered? Focused work, more assignments submitted, easier grading, and the music of rustling papers. Today at school, consider this: What lies have you bel…
 
In this episode, Ruth Behar and I talk about solitude, storytelling and surprises. If Chalk + Ink has made you a better author and/or educator, please fill out this form so I can feature you on our 50th episode. It would be great if this season, the number of downloads per episode would double compared to the second season. Please help me spread th…
 
Velnetta Runyon’s goal is to show students to not be afraid of math. She ensures that her middle schoolers are believed in and are pushed to their fullest potential. In this episode, see how she teaches perseverance from the first day of school. Teachers in America profiles K–12 teachers across the country. Hear firsthand from the people who are sh…
 
In today's episode we will discuss what makes a winner versus a loser and how you have been putting yourself in the wrong category. If you are interested in the 14 Day Eye-Catching Reflection Challenge, use the link below. https://educatorswellness.challengecreator.com/reflectioncatcher2بقلم Coach Reggie Barnes
 
When holistic psychologist Dr. Nicole Beurkens attends to a brain-based challenge, she doesn't look only at the ways she could change the brain. She looks at the many things that impact the brain and starts there. Nutrition, sleep, environment, input. There's so much that contributes to the challenging behaviors we see -- and we have more control o…
 
This month's episode is about our Director here at Syracuse Arts Academy, Mr. Dale Pfister! After an LDS mission to South Korea and a year at Ricks College, Dale transferred to Brigham Young University and received his Bachelor's degree in teaching. During his studies at BYU, Dale worked as a painting contractor, custodian, and school bus driver. A…
 
Finding your flow state is my solution to feeling stuck in a rut, boredom, overplanning, and being disconnected from your clients. Tune in to learn how the qualities of attention, intention, and invention changed my teaching game. I want to hear from you! Share your thoughts and follow the podcast on Instagram and Facebook @pilatesteachersmanual. F…
 
In the aftermath of violence and oppression, nations face the dilemma of confronting past suffering while also rebuilding and preventing future injustice. There is no formula for avoiding vengeance, soliciting forgiveness, and exacting truth and justice. However, recent history offers examples of societies that have navigated these quandaries. In t…
 
Heute gibt es etwas neues: Den ersten Podcast zu dritt! Mit Größen die schon bei mir waren wie Martin Mader und Alexander Bracic. Wir tauschen unsere Gedanken aus über Themen wie die Auswirkung des Kapitalismus auf die Medienlandschaft, das alles immer schneller und komprimierter zur Verfügung stehen muss, Social Media und wie wir es nutzen und vie…
 
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