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Planning Summer PD - PPD120
May 18 2022
44 mins
Planning Summer PD - PPD120Teacher Appreciation 2022 - PPD119GRIT & Accountability in Education - PPD118Taking A Stance On Stale Practices - PPD117Rogue Leader: Take Control of Your PD - PPD116How To Implement Digital Badges For PD - PPD115You've Reached the PodcastPD Loveline - PPD114Tech with Heart with Stacey Roshan - PPD113Embracing and Managing Educator Burnout - PPD11212 "Minutes" of PodcastPD 2021 - BONUSHappy Holidays 2021 - PPD111Remote Learning Strategies That Still Work In-Person - PPD110Student Teaching with Quinlan Van Es - PPD109Innovative Classrooms of the Future - PPD108Unlocking Talent within Every School Leader - PPD107Virtual vs In-Person School Roles - PPD106AJ Runs the Cafeteria - PPD105Reflections: First Days of School - PPD104Tips & Tricks for First-Year Teachers (Part II) - PPD103
Featured ContentWe continue the conversation to help the new, first-year, teacher. We’re going to share more tips and tricks.Also check out episode 102Topics Discussed:Relationshipswith Colleagueswith Adminwith Studentswith ParentsRelationships with KEY building personnelCustodiansSecretaries/Administrative AssistantsSite or district technology specialist Tips & Tricks from Social Media:Ruth Replogle (@ruthreplogle) - Gather good ideas. I listen to podcasts while I'm doing housework at night, and I listen to audiobooks while I walk to and from school.Shea Smith (@EDUlonggame) - Get to know your site or district technology specialist. They can make your life in the classroom much easier!Lisa Dabbs (@itslisadabbs) - 1. Reach out to parents via phone, email or an app and make positive connections with them long before you need to contact them due to an issue with their child. 2. Set up a private digital community on FB or IG where parents can see & share in the day to day activities. 3. Do seek out a mentor that can be that sounding board and guide on the side! This is critical!Kristin Edwards (@kedwards51) - I wish that someone had told me that I should join prof. Organizations and Twitter for support. I also wish that I understood what knowledge I would gain with experience. During your first year, you don’t know what you don’t know…but you will get there in time. gotLearning (@GrowthOverTime) - #1 All students can learn. #2 Your classroom should be as much like life beyond the classroom as possible. #3 The best classroom management program is a good instructional program.Ryan Gutsch (@BBTtrivia) - 1. Get to know the custodians and office secretaries. They truly run things. 2. Never work during your lunch break. Take that time for yourself.Kathy Iwanicki (@kathyiwanicki) - Listen more...usually there is a reason behind why things are done the way they are.  Sometimes it is for a good reason!What We're Listening ToAlfonso Mendoza:My EdTech Life See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Sep 1 2021
1 hr 4 mins
Tips & Tricks for First-Year Teachers (Part I) - PPD102
Featured ContentTeaching is not an easy job. You will hear this from most teachers no matter how much experience they have. For many who enter this profession the first year is the toughest and most challenging. Think about it. You're fresh out of school perhaps your only meaningful teaching experience was during your student teaching experience which was probably 14-16 weeks.In this episode, we discuss and share tips and tricks for the first-year teacher with the hope that your first year might go just a little bit smoother.And don't worry...episode 103 will contain part two!Topics Discussed:Classroom ManagementTime ManagementTips & Tricks from Social Media:Sean Scanlon (@polonerd) - Don’t hesitate to ask questions from veteran teachers and don’t try to do too much.  You can’t do everything the first year.Jessica Verrault (@JessicaVerrault) - Don’t hesitate to ask questions or to ask someone to teach you to do or use something that could really benefit your students.  Also, don’t be afraid to share your own ideas.Dr. Kim Ramadan (@KimRamadan) - Find positive educators to be your “people”. Practice self-care. Ask for help.Ruth Replogle (@ruthreplogle) - 1. Find a mentor. If your school does not assign you one, find somebody who will answer your questions, show you where to get supplies, and navigate the school's culture. 2. Get plenty of sleep. You can't get too much.Shanna Martin (@smartinwi) - Be yourself! Kids can see right through you if you are not genuine.Rafranz Davis (@RafranzDavis) - It’s ok to put your own mental health first. It’s ok to prioritize yourself once you leave that campus. In other words, don’t take your work home with you.Tim Belmont (@tbelmontedu) - 1. Go easy on yourself. It’s not going to be perfect. 2. Don’t be afraid to ask for help or advice. 3. Keep your life outside of school a priority.Ryan Gutsch (@BBTtrivia) - Try your best to separate work and home. Leave school mail off your phone.Dan Whalen (@whalen) - 1. Take care of yourself: sleep, hydrate, eat as best as you can. 2. Be kind to yourself if you don’t follow rule 1. 3 hours of sleep and a piece of cake from the lounge for lunch will happen. Just reset tomorrow 3. Smile and have fun w your kids. The rest will come with time.Cindy Assini (@cindyAssini) - You can be effective while having work-life boundaries! Lean on colleagues and prioritize. More work at the expense of healthy habits is not better; part of our jobs is teaching/leading through example by being a healthy, whole human. Nurture yourself physically, emotionally, socially, financially, and spiritually. In addition to doing what you enjoy, self-care looks like setting boundaries, getting a financial planner, and eating nourishing food.Rich Czyz (@RACzyz) - Find the person that will support U, motivate U, and help U through year 1! It may not be ur grade level or dept colleagues or even someone in ur own school. Don’t be afraid to connect w/ others outside your school. And always take charge of your own PD! 12 days of Secret Sauce tips Oona Abrams (@oonziela) - Don’t be like I was in 1996. SMILE EVERY DAY AND OFTEN!What We're Listening ToAJ:The Rewatchables - a film podcast from the Ringer Podcast Network, features The Ringer’s Bill Simmons and a roundtable of people from the Ringer universe discussing movies they can’t seem to stop watching. Listen to the complete archives of 150-plus movies, including 'The Hangover,' 'Godfather 2,' 'Dunkirk,' 'Creed,' and many more classics.60 Songs That Explain The 90s See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Aug 18 2021
1 hr 8 mins