32: Allow yourself permission. – Jessie Lynch chats with us about taking the time to do what you need to do, and why she loves what she does.

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Episode 32 - Teach Better Talk Podcast

6th grade math and language arts teacher, Jessie Lynch, chats with us about allowing yourself permission to make mistakes, try something new, and taking the time to do what you need to do. Jessie shares why it’s important to remember you don’t need to be perfect, and why we’re not just here to move through the material. More at www.teachbetter.com/podcast/jessielynch … Read More

31: Stay true to who you are. – Barb Baker shares why staying true to yourself and your students is priority #1

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20 year veteran, Barb Baker, chats with us about giving ownership back to our students, why we must never stop learning, and why she feels truly blessed to do what she does every day. Barb shares how she has built a culture in her class that embraces failure and encourages trying new things, and why we must invest in our … Read More

29: You’re not alone. – Brian Costello shares his journey, and why your network is so important.

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Brian Costello has been teaching for more than 13 years, with a variety of roles, including primary education, digital integration specialist, and others. He currently teachers robotics. Or, as he describes it, Brian “teaches middle school kids to cultivate my tiny robot army.” Brian shares his journey to becoming an author, why having a strong network of mentors is so … Read More

28: Make Learning Magical – Tisha Richmond shares her journey from a burnt out educator, to author and innovator.

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Episode 28 - Teach Better Talk Podcast

21 year veteran teacher, and author of “Make Learning Magical,” Tisha Richmond, shares her journey from being a burnt out educator, to becoming an innovative leader and published author. Tisha chats with us about working with other teachers to create sparks of innovation, how her book came to be, what her dream title is, and why we need to just … Read More