Episode 19 | Featuring Chey Cheney & Pav Wander

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Chey Cheney is a middle school teacher with 20 years of experience, originally from Ottawa, Ontario, Canada. He currently teaches Grade 8 in Toronto, Ontario and engages in coaching and leadership work with students in the school beyond instructional time. Passionate about ELA, Chey’s teaching philosophy centers around student agency, student voice and a strong commitment to social justice. Chey … Read More

4 Things Every Educational Coach Should Do

Rob BreyerBlog, Lead Better, Teach Happier

TL;DR: A school administrator is also an instructional coach, life coach, behavior coach, character development coach, and career development coach. To make an impact, every educational coach should build relationships, listen, stay positive, and start small. When talking to another colleague about a coaching training I had recently attended, they asked me why I would attend training designed for coaches. … Read More

Educator Support Networks

Kelly PascarellaBlog, Connect Better

TL;DR: Making connections with and learning from other educators helps lead to growth. Educator support systems are a fundamental part of growth. Make sure to ask for help or seek it out when you need it. As a full-time teacher, a mother of two boys and one more on the way, and a doctoral student preparing for the final defense … Read More

Episode 11 | Featuring Brad Hughes

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Brad D. Hughes is a Pittsburgher by birth, Virginian by need. Proud husband, father and school counselor at Ashland Elementary in Prince William County, Virginia. Former NCAA wrestler. Part-time amateur musician and movie snob. Connect with Brad! Twitter: @BDHCounselorAES Bonus Content Dr. Andy Jacks | Twitter | Web MORE EPISODES

You Are Already Enough

Megan BaldufBlog, Teach Happier

TL;DR: It can be challenging not to compare yourself to other educators, but remember that you are already enough. You are already enough because you work hard on relationships with students, work to become a better version of yourself each day, and strive to create engaging lessons. Educational rock stars. We all know them. They have Pinterest-perfect classrooms. You can … Read More