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#39: Beyond the Brick and Mortar

8/20/2018
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In this episode, Arizona English Teacher Kimberly Zarate joins me to talk about her transition from teaching in brick and mortar schools to teaching online. We also discuss some misconceptions that people may have about the online setting.

Duration:00:30:01

#38: A History for Everyone

8/17/2018
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In today's episode, I am joined by English Teacher Sharnez Givens, who teaches her students about narrative writing by using the story of the gruesome death of Emmitt Till. Sharnez uses this story to help students connect to modern troubles that hit all too close to home.

Duration:00:31:44

#37: A Paradisiacal Partnership (Part 2)

8/15/2018
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In part 2 of my conversation with Co-teachers Natalie Barge and Ashley Haar. We discuss what makes a great co-teaching relationship, as well as, how they are going to get the school year started together!

Duration:00:25:38

#36: A Paradisiacal Partnership

8/13/2018
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On today's episode of the podcast, Co-teachers Natalie Barge and Ashley Haar join me in part 1 of a 2 part episode to talk about how their arranged pairing has been a match made in co-teaching heaven.

Duration:00:26:22

#35: In Mrs. Scalf We Trust

8/10/2018
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On this episode of the podcast, High School Special Education Teacher Desiray Scalf joins me to talk about why she became a teacher, how she creates a positive atmosphere in her class, and what the transition has been like from middle school to high school.

Duration:00:22:36

#34: Just like my Grandfather

8/8/2018
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On this episode of the podcast, I talk with a 1st-grade teacher from Johnston City, Ilinois, Erin Monchino. Erin talks about dealing with and teaching her students about per diabetes, how the school she works act is becoming a trauma-informed school, and how her grandfather inspired her to become a teacher.

Duration:00:39:15

#33: Hey! I can do that! (Part 2)

8/6/2018
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In part two of my conversation with music teacher and activist Joe Simpson, we discuss how Joe has made a home at Riverview Gardens High School and how his love for his students has inspired him to activism.

Duration:00:29:05

#32: Hey! I can do that!

8/3/2018
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In part 1 of my discussion with Jos Simpson, we discuss the winding road of education, working in mental health, moves, up-down, around and every which way to get to where he is now in education! Joe has a great sense of humor to go along with all that knowledge and experience.

Duration:00:28:25

#31: Creating Global Citizens

8/1/2018
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In this episode, 6th Grade Science and Social Studies teacher Angie Adams talks to me about how she loves to create positives relationships in her classroom and foster a love of other cultures. We also talk about a great cross-curricular project that she does. It's fantastic! Listen in!

Duration:00:25:14

#30: Flat Ridge on a Plane

7/29/2018
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In this episode, Karen Ridge and I discuss how she balances her double life as a math teacher and a Medical Tech in the Air Force!

Duration:00:29:40

#29: Fueling NextGen Journalism (Part 2)

7/27/2018
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In part two of my conversation with Journalism teacher and Indy Fuel PA Announcer Andrew Smith, we discuss the road to becoming the voice of the Indy Fuel and how he balances his time doing both of his passions! If you enjoy hockey at all, this is a great discussion.

Duration:00:29:36

#28: Fueling the Next Journalists (Part 1)

7/25/2018
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In part 1 of my conversation with Journalism advisor, Economic teacher, and Indy Fuel PA Announcer Andrew Smith, we discuss the adoption of his two sons from Asia, how to run a high school journalism program, and how the technology of the 21st century is changing how the next generation of journalists will give us the news.

Duration:00:36:25

#27:Not Without a Fight (Part 2)

7/23/2018
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In the second part of my conversation with English teacher Brian Burgoyne, we discuss his move back to the United States, his emphasis on teaching with empathy and how he deals with Multiple Sclerosis every single day and continues to be a light for his students.

Duration:00:25:30

#26: Not Without a Fight (Part 1)

7/20/2018
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In part 1 of my interview with English teacher Brian Burgoyne, we discuss his decision to move to Korea to teach English, as well as the many vast differences between the Korean and American systems of education.

Duration:00:32:30

#25: A Different Kind of Chaos

7/18/2018
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In this episode, now stay at home mom and former band teacher Melissa New joins me to discuss the many transitions in their family, including moving across the country multiple times and deciding to leave the classroom that she loves to be at home with her kids. We also discuss how she and her family's relationship with God have guided them every step of the way.

Duration:00:29:14

#24: Man of many tounges

7/16/2018
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In this episode, ELL instructor Colin Hobart and I discuss what it's like being an ELL teacher in a high need school district. We discuss how crucial it is for teachers to develop relationships with these students so that they don't shut down in the classroom.

Duration:00:30:38

#23: A Safe Space

7/13/2018
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In this episode, Math teacher and Gay-Straight Alliance Sponsor Kevin Daniels join me to discuss the now Futures Intervention program. We also discuss how schools can best support their LGBT students like he has done for the last 11 years!

Duration:00:25:59

Failure IS an Option

7/11/2018
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In this episode, Technology Innovator and teacher Chantell Mason joins me to discuss what it's like bringing a classroom into the 21st century, as well as some technology tools you use in your classroom. We also discuss why it is okay to fail as an educator.

Duration:00:40:21

#21: Homeschool Happiness

7/9/2018
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In this episode of the podcast, homeschool teacher Lisa Campbell joins me to talk about her families journey into homeschooling and some of the things she has learned along the way. We also disprove some rumors or myths you might have heard about homeschooling. Lisa is an amazing person with an amazing heart and I hope you will listen in!

Duration:00:27:42

#20: Keeping the Faith with Chris Stewart (Part 3)

7/6/2018
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In the last part of a three-part interview with education activist Chris Stewart, Chris and I discuss why school districts may need organizational psychologists. We also tackle how school districts and individual teachers can affect change to the students who bring a multitude of different cultures to their classroom.

Duration:00:22:30