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Tavis Beem and Danny Hauger discuss the “why” of teaching. Through interviews, empowering stories, current events, and teachable moments, Beem and Hauger bring inspiring stories from the classroom to the podcast.

Tavis Beem and Danny Hauger discuss the “why” of teaching. Through interviews, empowering stories, current events, and teachable moments, Beem and Hauger bring inspiring stories from the classroom to the podcast.

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United States

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Tavis Beem and Danny Hauger discuss the “why” of teaching. Through interviews, empowering stories, current events, and teachable moments, Beem and Hauger bring inspiring stories from the classroom to the podcast.

Language:

English

Contact:

2095983308


Episodes

120 How Teachers Can Rest and Recharge During Break by Preparing the first Two Days Back at School

12/19/2020
Danny and Tavis talk about their experiences for preparing for the Spring Semester as teachers. Tavis suggests unplugging completely tor really recharge, while Danny says he rests better knowing that the first two days after break are prepared adequately, and reviews lesson plans for improvement or tying in to what's happening now in the world. Which method of approach do you agree with more? Let us know in the comments. Thank you to AmpedUpLearning.com and Podbean.com for supporting this...

Duration:00:04:56

119 How to Turn the Lights Back on Bringing the Spark Back to Your Teaching

12/12/2020
Teachers have to deal with a lot in their day-to-day existence, and sometimes the weight from all of the different stakeholders can be a tough burden to lift. In this Lights off addition of inspiring teachers, Danny Hauger talks about how to improve teaching passion and find a new light to guide teachers back to its productivity, creativity, and classroom environment improvements. Thank you for listening, liking, subscribing, and teaching! Help support Danny Hauger's Music Podcast This...

Duration:00:10:10

Developing Student Teacher Relationships with Kenneth Farr and Inspiring Teachers 118

12/5/2020
Kenneth Farr takes pride in the classroom community he teaches. He carefully curates a welcoming environment for his students to be themselves, and feel comfortable growing and learning. Kenneth is simply one of the most passionate teachers who thoughtfully plans each student activity and relationship in his classroom. His motivation is incessant and his commitment is inspiring. Thank you for listening, liking, subscribing, and teaching! Help support Danny Hauger's Music Podcast and...

Duration:00:26:32

Chris Fallows on teaching High School Theater and Getting the Best performance from Students 117

11/28/2020
Chris Fallows inspires students to push for their best efforts, without the need for constant compliment and gratification, instead focusing on the interior motivation of the feeling that accomplishment produces. Chris discusses some advice for a welcoming classroom environment, caring for students, and fostering a desire for excellence and achievement in theater that could translate to success in any academic classroom. This episode features some excellent tips for fostering positive...

Duration:00:26:43

116 - Tribute to Alex Trebek and How to Gamify Your Classroom Mid Lesson

11/21/2020
You could gamify your whole class, but how about some small, achievable steps to engage students as if your class was a game show, or work in some game elements to add variety to your instruction. Danny Hauger gives five ideas and shares a tribute to Alex Trebek. Thank you for listening, liking, subscribing, and teaching! Help support Danny Hauger's Music Podcast This episode of Inspiring Teachers is brought to you by AmpedUpLearning.com - Are you looking for new and engaging ways to...

Duration:00:10:41

115 Being Grateful in the Classroom as a Teacher

11/14/2020
Danny Hauger talks about how even in 2020, there is so much that we can be grateful for, and teach students how to be thankful in times of challenge, without being complacent, but appreciating that we do have. This is a great episode to listen to for November, as we consider Thanksgiving, and Danny suggests using it as a mindset, rather than just a holiday. Thank you for listening, liking, subscribing, and teaching! Help support Danny Hauger's Music Podcast This episode of Inspiring...

Duration:00:08:40

117 Outdoor Episode Discussing Evening Unwinding and Recentering for Teachers and Lesson Plans

11/6/2020
Tavis and Danny, live and outside! Discussing evening routines, meditation, lesson plans, and feeling comfortable each evening to rest for the next day of lesson plans and teaching! Thank you Podbean for donating bandwidth for this educational podcast! Thank you for listening, liking, subscribing, and teaching! Help support Danny Hauger's Music Podcast This episode of Inspiring Teachers is brought to you by AmpedUpLearning.com - Are you looking for new and engaging ways to get your...

Duration:00:06:04

114 Being Spontaneous in the Classroom and trying New Methods

10/31/2020
How can you be spontaneous in the classroom? Take ideas from each moment of the day and transition them into classroom learning experience, some advice from Danny Hauger in today's live edition of Inspiring Teachers! Thank you Podbean for donating bandwidth for this educational podcast! Thank you for listening, liking, subscribing, and teaching! Help support Danny Hauger's Music Podcast This episode of Inspiring Teachers is brought to you by AmpedUpLearning.com - Are you looking for...

Duration:00:07:18

Todd Weinert on Teaching High School Math and being Fun in the Classroom Ep 113

10/24/2020
In today’s episode, Todd Weinert joins us to discuss how he transitioned from working from coding in Silicon Valley, to catching flies with second graders, along with advice for first year teachers, and rat circuses. Video episode here. Todd talks about how an experience catching a fly in class influenced one of his students to a future career researching tsetse flies, and teaching math in the modern age. Thank you Podbean for donating bandwidth for this educational podcast! Thank you for...

Duration:00:29:27

112 Joshua Cauley on Teaching High School English and Challenging Students Academically Ep112

10/17/2020
Literature teacher Joshua Cauley joins Tavis and Danny to discuss teaching with purpose, advice for teachers entering their first classroom, how to make a genuine connection with a class, and amazing tips for equity and participation in the classroom beyond picking popsicle sticks. Enjoy and share with a teacher in your life! Support our show! The HaugerHistory TPT store for amazing classroom resources and activities! Thank you Podbean for donating bandwidth for this educational...

Duration:00:34:54

Danny and Tavis on WhyTeachers Choose the Teaching Profession Ep 111

10/10/2020
Why We Teach! - Explores how Tavis and Danny began teaching, their careers prior to education, and their special experiences and memories that led them to become teachers. Tavis and Danny share a few of their favorite school memories, and how they are working to lift and empower their students for future success. Thank you for listening, liking, subscribing, and teaching! Help support Danny Hauger's Music Podcast too! This episode of Inspiring Teachers is brought to you by...

Duration:00:23:32

Emily Ice Teaches and Builds Community With Skills and Tools for Fun Video Zoom Meetings with Students Ep. 109

10/3/2020
Emily Ice is an inspiring teacher in the San Francisco Bay Area, on the cutting edge of Zoom meeting skills, tools, and ideas, for building classroom community with students. Emily has always placed emphasis on systems that build positive community responsibility, and caring classrooms. She shares ideas for maximizing zoom classroom meetings. She talks about specific tto help teachers engage students during distance learning! Some tools discussed - EdPuzzle FlipGrid Gratitude...

Duration:00:26:30

Good ideas for Teaching Planting Seeds for Classroom Community Growth Ep. 108

9/26/2020
Danny Hauger talks about the family oral history report, class compliment circle, and appreciation days in the classroom to build classroom community and a sense of general welfare care in the classroom. Thank you to fast growing Trees for the Methley Plum tree I am getting to show the growth of in my classroom this year! Whole year year of journals based on historical events, and this day in history....

Duration:00:12:08

Taking ideas you learn now and using them later in the classroom. Finding common ground with students. Ep. 107

9/19/2020
Everything is applicable if you make it applicable. That’s something I said at lunch today on a Zoom with friends, and it gelled with me enough to sit and discuss what it meant. We can teach lessons, or mini-lessons from the metaphors of our own experiences. Tavis talks about working in mindfulness at the end of the day. 10 minutes in, Danny talks about “being the calm” for students during periods of upheaval. We discuss how to bring balance and depth to your classroom. Bonding over common...

Duration:00:13:42

Tavis Beem Talks About Mindfulness in the Classroom Ep 110

9/12/2020
Tavis Beem introduces his mindfulness channel, More Full Mind. Danny and Tavis talk about the importance of mindfulness, and presence in the moment, and the benefits that come with it. Also a discussion of Rolling River Nursery This episode of Inspiring Teachers is brought to you by AmpedUpLearning.com - Are you looking for new and engaging ways to get your students up and moving in the classroom? Get out of the Sit and Get rut of teaching by checking out AmpedUpLearning.com, a 2...

Duration:00:17:27

Danny Talks About Ditching Homework in High School Social Studies and History in favor of a 3-2-1 Daily Historical journals Documenting System

9/5/2020
Some classes may see students benefit from homework more than others. Danny Hauger switched to a 3-2-1 system in middle School and High School classrooms for Social Studies to better account for student achievement, success, time balance, and daily documentation of what was learned each day. In this video, Danny talks about how ditching daily homework benefitted his students and his relationships to studying history. It doesn’t mean doing less work, it just means doing more in class time....

Duration:00:10:47

Michelle Ferre of Pocketful of Primary on Staying Motivated as a Teacher

8/29/2020
In today’s episode we talk with elementary school teacher and creator of Pocketful of Primary Michelle Ferre. Michelle tops our list of favorite teachers because of her passion, honesty, leadership, and work ethic. We discuss about the importance of a work life balance and finding the right activities for you that refill your cup so you can be a better teacher for your students. We hope this episode fuels you into turning negativity into motivation. This episode of Inspiring Teachers is...

Duration:00:28:47

Fidel Salamanca and Becky Schnekser Teachers us how to graft plants and trees and using gardening in a classroom Summer Series #2 Ep 103

8/22/2020
Becky Schnekser is a certified amazing science teacher, and a National Geographic-supported science professional, as well as one terrific classroom teacher who doesn’t hold her learning to the confines of the classroom walls. Becky just signed a deal with Dave Burgess Consulting to release her first book, which will be stellar, and you can follow up with her at expeditionschnekser.com and on Twitter @Schnekser, she’s a returning champion on our show, Also on episodes 21 and 40 of Inspiring...

Duration:00:28:53

Steve Physioc Teaches Us How Sports Broadcasting Build Character, Communication, and Endurance Without Fear Ep 102

8/15/2020
Steve Physioc, the best "when we come back" in broadcasting, has been the play by play voice of professional sports for decades, uniquely describing the action and drama of live events with a captivating and friendly tone that has elevated his reputation among the best in the business and art form, now joining me remotely, but connecting to all of us personally, it's Steve Physioc! Steve talks about teachers influencing his love of reading, work ethic, paying dues, and reaching his dream...

Duration:00:29:10

Andre Daughty Leads with Laughter and Learning from Many Perspectives of Life Ep 100

8/8/2020
Andre Daughty is a dope Educator and content creator from Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. In his 20 years of education, he's been (everything from a 3rd grade students to graduate level professor to an educational consultant) helping others to see different perspectives in education. Andre Daughty has tons of enjoyable content on his YouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/user/ardaughty I really enjoy his Reel Lesson Within series, where he analyzes important takeaways from popular films....

Duration:00:15:30