Podcast

TnT 20 Mindset matters: how your mindset becomes your reality in the classroom

It’s no secret that teaching is a rewarding but difficult job. Many teachers go into the career only to become overwhelmed, disillusioned, disheartened, and lost. Could have this been prevented? Possibly, but only if they had examined their¬†own mindset and determined if they were truly ready for the challenges of teaching. Love this show?  …

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TnT 19 Mari Venturino takes on Twitter as a teacher

Most new teachers have experience using social media, but are they taking advantage of the on-demand professional development and support?¬†Mari Venturino dives into how Twitter can be the PD you’re looking for to grow and become confident as an educator. Love this show?   The giveaway is over, but you can still get your copy…

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TnT 18 Carolyn Gardner helps elementary teachers get ready for back-to-school

It’s back-to-school…elementary style! Elementary school teachers know too well the stresses of preparing for multiple subjects, classroom decor, routines, and systems. Carolyn Gardner tells us what to focus on so that we can truly be prepared for that first day of school. She also has a FABULOUS freebie just for my listeners to help you…

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TnT 17 How I use my syllabus to communicate with parents

It’s back-to-school time! There’s always so much to prepare for your first teaching position, one thing that you definitely want to plan ahead is your syllabus. Use this document as a communication tool with your students’ parents so that you can all be on the same page. Here’s a link to my Syllabus. Click HERE…

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TnT 16 Tenisha Tate dispels common new teacher myths

New teachers have a seemingly endless amount of things to prepare for their first day, but often they worry about back-to-school the most. Tenisha Tate explains how to handle it while keeping control of your class, how to spot a student in need, and why your preconceived notions of teaching in an urban vs. suburban…

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