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Ready to Teach is a podcast for teachers, by teachers. We’ll showcase teachers’ stories - mistakes and all - the best practices that come from those mistakes, and the research behind it all. We’ll cut through the buzz-words and the trends to discuss what works in the classroom, what doesn’t, and why. As teachers, we know the best people to learn from are other teachers. We also know how difficult it is to build community outside of our own classrooms. Come hear stories and strategies from fi ...
 
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Kindergarten and 1st grade teacher Jane Wold joins me from Austin, Texas to talk about arranging her room for her students. We cover furniture, ambience, and more as the first kindergarten and elementary school teacher on the podcast shares her approach to making her classroom a safe, comfortable, and fun place to learn. Takeaways from this week’s …
 
Music teacher and math interventionist Jesenka Filipovic joins me from Metro Nashville Public Schools. Jesenka is a band director, music teacher, and math teacher at a magnet middle school specializing in math and science. We talk about the unique role of the music teacher in schools, what makes teaching music unique, what makes it just like teachi…
 
High school English teacher Tracy Woodham joins me from California to talk about the “Tragedy of the A-” and how to coach students through challenging situations. We discuss what it’s like to teach in a highly competitive environment and how to nurture intrinsic motivation and problem solving skills in students that just want to get their A and mov…
 
Elizabeth KonKolics - licensed social worker and former teacher - joins the podcast to talk about how teachers can transition back into thinking about school and maintain a positive, hopeful mindset towards the students and families we’ll soon be meeting. Here are the takeaways from this week’s episode: 1) People grow in the context of people they …
 
To celebrate our tenth episode, your host shares some reflections on what really makes teachers amazing (Hint: The answer is not because people just say we are). Then, your host goes back to enjoying summer vacation with his family while hoping you can do the same. Enjoy! Here are the takeaways from this week’s episode: 1) Try never to let the fail…
 
Professor of Education and Director of the Center for Urban Education at the University of Pittsburgh, Dr. Rich Milner (Ph.D.) joins the Ready to Teach Podcast to have a candid discussion about how to address issues of race and injustice in our teaching. Takeaways from this week’s episode: 1) As an educator, we need to constantly ask ourselves ques…
 
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