189: You’re doing enough. – Brad Shreffler chats with us about adjusting to failure, finding the good in emergency remote learning, and why you are doing enough, even when it doesn’t feel like it sometimes.

Teach Better TeamTeach Better Talk Podcast

Brad Shreffler chats with us about adjusting to failure, finding the good in emergency remote learning, and why you are doing enough, even when it doesn’t feel like it sometimes. Brad’s Recommendations EdTech Tool: Google Sheets Book: “The Principal” by Michael Fullan “Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban” by JK Rowling Who to Follow on Instagram: Mike Washburn @misterwashburn … Read More

AWC Episode #19: Middle School Media

Jennifer AppelAWC Podcast

In this episode, Jen discovers a consistent media theme about middle schools, while Hans shares a powerful story.  Later, Jen shares how she hopes to be remembered. Listen on your favorite podcast platform! More Episodes

Keeping Kids Organized At Home

Becky ThalBlog, Engage Better, Manage Better

TL;DR: Organizational strategies to keep kids organized and engaged. Creating schedules to share resources within a household. Implementing an at-home reward system. I asked a friend for some help with writing this blog post. I am admittedly not the most organized person, but am realizing what an important skill it is when trying to keep my own kids and myself … Read More

188: BurnedIn Teacher – Amber Harper chats with us about looking at every challenge as an opportunity, starting with our beliefs, and the importance of being able to name your burnout.

Teach Better TeamTeach Better Talk Podcast

Amber Harper chats with us about looking at every challenge as an opportunity, starting with our beliefs, and the importance of being able to name your burnout. Amber’s Recommendations EdTech Tool: Google for Education Books: “The Alchemist” by Paulo Coelho “The 12-Week Year” by Brian Moran and Michael Lennington “How to Be Anti-Racist” by Ibram X. Kendi Who to Follow … Read More

Prioritizing Your Self-Care

Kari PitstickBlog, Lead Better, Self Care Better, Survival, Teach Happier

TL;DR: Reminders for prioritizing your self-care over the summer. Focusing on what you need as a person and as an educator. Depending on where you teach, you’re probably in the midst of your summer break. In case no one has told you: make sure to take time for yourself. Whatever form of self-care you decide this summer, I want you … Read More