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For educators and parents who desire to model joy and compassion for their students without sacrificing themselves in the process! Explore simple, yet effective, strategies to create your ideal environment whether in the classroom, at home, online or in nature! Join Marie Kueny, Licensed School counselor and Founder/CEO of Compassionate Educators, as she brings real-life experiences from the classroom and community while interviewing educational thought leaders from around the world to bring ...
 
David Vago, PhD and Lisa Dale Miller, LMFT, LPCC, SEP tackle the traditional Buddhist concept of "enlightenment" from their modern clinical points of view in a stimulating and fun discussion. Part 2 focuses on S-ART, David's neurobiological framework for describing the positive effects of meditation on self-awareness, self-regulation, and self-transcendence; Theravada, Mahāyāna and Vajrayāna notions of awakening and not-self; secular mental training; different interventions for different psy ...
 
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"History should be like chocolate." - Lee Wind In this episode, Lee Wind brings his love for history and his mission to empower LGBTQ+ youth and community to the forefront in this powerful episode of The Compassionate Educators Show. To serve our students means to create inclusive and safe environments for all youth as well as for adults. Whether y…
 
It's time we've had a conversation on The Compassionate Educators Show about Racial Trauma and how it impacts our students. Join Thea Hunter-Spiekermann and I as we shed light on the difference between racism and discrimination, the multifaceted impact that racial trauma has on every aspect of life, how to challenge our own implicit biases, and way…
 
Immigration is a hot topic issue in today's political climate, making it more critical than ever to be aware of how the current key immigration issues can impact our students and their families. In today's episode I speak with Tahmina Watson, a passionate immigration lawyer who gives us very specific ways to support our students and families and cr…
 
If I ask you to think about what veterans and children have in common, you may initially draw a blank. Looking deeper under the surface, we discover that both veterans and many children are at a high risk for anxiety, sleep disorders, hyper-arousal and other branches of mental illness often stemming from PTSD (post traumatic stress disorder), wheth…
 
Can creating a life of intention, setting boundaries, and living your authentic vision not only bring more joy to your life, but also empower your students? Join Tessa Thompson and I as we explore what life looks like when we working towards our goals inspires others around us. Tessa and I also discuss simple yet effective ways to increase student …
 
How do we help students take responsibility in doing the "hard things"? Growth mindset has been a buzz word in education and in parenting for years now, but what does it look like in practical application to learning environments and even at home? Join me as I sit down with Ava Sharma, communication and mindset coach, as we explore the facets of le…
 
Does the idea of "going gradeless" give you butterflies? Batsheva Frankel, the host of the popular "Overthrowing Education" podcast, longtime educator, speaker and author, and I explore how creative and gradeless assessments are actually the most efficient (and fun!) way to assess students' learning and knowledge. In a world where everyone has the …
 
Join Nicole McDonald, veteran school social worker, educator and parenting coach, and I as we explore the realities facing teen (and pre-teen) girls that can lead to school difficulties, anxiety, depression, declines in academic achievement and self-harming behaviors as well as disconnect from family and friends. Learn what teachers, school staff a…
 
How can we improve our children's ability to focus, develop empathy, and increase self-understanding & emotional intelligence... without spending a dime? Join Andrew Jordan Nance, the founder of Mindful Arts San Francisco and author of four Mindfulness books, including the popular Puppy Mind, and I as we take a conversational journey to uncover the…
 
In this episode, I bring you a conversation between Aviva Levin, host of Lesson Impossible, where the tables are turned as Aviva interviews me as the guest on the hot-seat! In this powerful episode we discuss letting go of the perfectionist mindset, the Helper's Risk Trifecta, how to improve your own mental wellness, and having an identity outside …
 
Welcome to Season 2 of The Compassionate Educators Show! I am thrilled to share new conversations with you as we weave in ways to increase resiliency, reduce the impacts of trauma, discover new ways to be mindful and empower ourselves and our students and children so that we can bring more light and joy into the world. In this episode I take you be…
 
There are ways we can teach students emotional regulation, growth mindset, and empathy while helping them to connect with themselves, and the environment. Join Dr. Julie Leto and I as we have a dynamic conversation about using gardening to help students learn lessons that will be invaluable in school and throughout their life. As Dr. Julie points o…
 
We continue our summer enrichment series with Dr. De Vida Gill who shares wonderful insights on how to unmask your students creativity as well as your own. Our conversation can help you to engage students in a new way and gain powerful tips for how to use forms of expression during "character-building" days. Dr. De Vida Gill has over 25 years of pe…
 
Our first summer enrichment episode is full of fun and improv... in more ways than one! Learn how to engage and motivate your students, regardless of academic or language abilities, in an incredibly fun way! Take notes as Aviva shares invaluable tips on bringing impov into your classroom (yes, this can be done virtually as well, connect with her pe…
 
Summer is here which means it's time for The Compassionate Educators Show 1st Summer Enrichment Series! The next 2 months will be filled with bonus guest sessions to explore creative pursuits and fun ideas to bring into your classroom... or personal life! Enjoy the show! Let's change lives together. Join our Facebook community at https://www.facebo…
 
Have you ever wondered what students in the gifted & talented programs are really thinking about their experiences? Today's guest offers a unique perspective that can enrich and deepen your perspective of the gifted programs in the United States. Sarah Buie is a junior at Wichita State University studying psychology and public health. She has had a…
 
In light of recent events, specifically events that relate to the global outcries of racial injustice, the Black Lives Matter movement, acknowledgement of white privilege, and more exposure to witnessing violence founded in racism, I have chosen to create an episode to help educators hold space for their students to reflect on and process their own…
 
Many first year teachers get the added value of mentorship, then poof, you're supposed to go it alone with the exception of occasional professional development or team collaboration which may or may not be helpful. Discover how veteran teacher Elaine Griggs found the support she needs to continue her journey of being a life-changing teacher without…
 
To empower students is quite simple. Help them to be seen and heard. Show them that they matter. Everyone is discussing the impact of this year's school closures while politicians and school leadership make plans for the changes that will occur when schools reopen. Educators are demanding that their voices be heard in these decisions and parents ar…
 
Have you ever received a boxed curriculum that seemed so promising, but at the end of the day, it just doesn't cut it? That's because you dear educator are not a one-size-fits-all, cookie-cutter teacher! If you have materials sitting around collecting dust, or have ever felt that you have so much more to offer your students than a prepackaged curri…
 
Do you desire more energy, flow, joy and productivity throughout your day? By intentionally starting your morning with specific actions, you can truly rise and shine, and have clarity throughout the day. While this podcast is designed for teachers and educators, this Mindful Moments Morning Routine is beneficial for everyone, including students, wh…
 
For the first time in our lives, we can take time to reflect on what we truly want traditional education to look like and then make changes to make it happen. I invite you to explore with me, what would happen if students and staff well-being are prioritized? What if physical, emotional and mental health were at the forefront of every school's acti…
 
Have you ever wished you knew what your students were thinking? Ever wonder how to engage your students in a more meaningful way so that your lessons really made an impact? Want to know a secret to student motivation? In today's episode, Decoding Student Emotions with Dan Hill, we investigate how teachers and educators can better read their student…
 
How do you use this current state of distance learning due to the pandemic as an opportunity for student connection? How can you help students share a genuine love of learning? Consider moving from teacher-focused to student-led learning while teaching your virtual classrooms. __________________________________________________ Want to discover ways…
 
This week, we are taking you down an unexpected path to ensure your primary asset, your voice, is in optimal health for both online teaching and in the classroom! Join Brienne and I as we to to discover... What is vocal health? You are a vocal athlete. What does that mean? Why are you at risk for a voice impairment and what does that mean for your …
 
Join Professional School Counselor, Beth Pelc, and I as we discuss the impacts school closures have on educators. There is a real sense of grief and loss, especially with shutdowns occurring with little notice. Students and school staff alike are grieving the loss of rites of passage, graduations, school concerts and what has been normal routine fo…
 
It's important as Compassionate Educators to lean into the most fundamental aspects of compassion. Therefore, we are going to talk about Coronavirus today but in a way that you can use this experience as a life skill when working with students, or even with your own children. In this episode I discuss how to speak to students about health in a proa…
 
Culturally connected instruction intentionally acknowledges the cultural realities of students and creates meaningful linkages between cultural perspectives and instructional practices, according to this week's renowned guest, Dr. Tiffany Powell. While our conversation speaks to STEM integration, this episode is relevant to every educator who desir…
 
Do you ever wonder how some teachers are able to finish the school day and then go home without hours after afterschool work? This ability usually takes years to perfect, but with Danielle Felton's PPOP method, you can put her time-tested strategies into place immediately so you can "Teach and Go Home"! (Scroll down for a FREE copy of her book!) Ms…
 
What can we learn about classroom environment needs and student needs by examining our own experiences in a conference setting? This week I had the opportunity to present at my state's school counseling conference which took me on a discovery of reflection. How can we structure our classrooms in a way that is truly bringing out the best for our stu…
 
Join Marie Kueny, Founder of Compassionate Educators and Kristin Hovious, Owner of SEL Chicago and Certified Trainer at Positive Discipline Association for a deep discussion to bring more social emotional learning (SEL) into your classroom. We explore: THE BRAIN BOOK, a children's rhyming book to help students learn more about the functions of thei…
 
We are wrapping up National School Counseling Week (NSCW) 2020. Today's episode is a great listen for not only for school counselors, but also for any educator who is curious about what school counselors do. Discover: What the recommended school counselor to student ratio is per ASCA (and which state has the most dismal number) A brief overview of …
 
Join Marie Kueny as she focuses on social emotional learning (SEL), one of her most beloved topics, during the month of February. Today's episode gives you an outline of how you can lay the foundation for peaceful conflict resolutions in the classroom. Marie then digs deeper into proven strategies for mediating conflicts when they arise. Peaceful C…
 
Want more time and energy? Better health and more fulfilling relationships? Today we dive into one of the most effective ways to achieve our most significant desires - setting boundaries. Teachers are in work mode nearly 24/7. The steps needed to prevent burnout and compassion fatigue reach beyond self-care (although that is important as well!). Le…
 
In this third and final installment of The Helper's Risk Trifecta series, we examine secondary trauma, also known as vicarious trauma. Discover what may be putting you at greater risk for secondary trauma and how to protect yourself from experiencing secondary trauma in the classroom as well as the signs and symptoms. Burnout, compassion fatigue, a…
 
In part 2 of "The Helper's Risk Trifecta" series, we explore compassion fatigue. Compassion fatigue is similar to burnout, but the root causes are different. In order to alleviate a problem, we have to understand the cause, so join in to discover how compassion fatigue may be impacting you or your colleagues. Additionally, I share a behind-the-scen…
 
Burnout is at an all-time high, with nearly half of teachers leaving the profession in the first 5 years and over 90% feeling high levels of stress. This episode will be the first in a three-part series addressing what I coined the risk trifecta: burnout, compassion fatigue and secondary trauma. I will share enlightening stats on teacher stress and…
 
Expert Parenting and Pregnant Teen Educator, Kari Hemba, and I discuss best practices for ensuring that these students receive the support they need to achieve their goals. If you want to learn more about strategies to support your students, at any age, send me a message! support@compassionateeducators.com Enjoy the Show! __________________________…
 
Discover how the growth mindset concept, the power of "yet", can transform a fixed mindset to one of hope and expansion. If you have students that underestimate their potential or get stuck when challenges are presented, this episode will give you ideas to move them forward. Growth mindset encompasses so many great motivational strategies that a 20…
 
Would you love to gift your students a free book every month of the school year?! Maggie has been a book enthusiast since she was a child. Now she has turned her love of books into an activity that allows her to provide a free book to every student in her classroom every month. We know that students who have books at home fare better academically a…
 
Do you want to reduce aggression, increase self-esteem, improve sleep, and increase mental and physical health for yourself and your students? Discover the amazing benefits that an intentional gratitude practice has and how you can incorporate simple yet effective gratitude practices into your classroom. Enjoy the Show! ____________________________…
 
As compassionate educators, we know that emotional regulation is critical to helping students manage their behavior, interact positively with peers and have the coping skills to work through challenging tasks. Join Beth Pelc, an innovative school counselor, in a discussion about the Zones of Regulation. How to use Zones of Regulation in the classro…
 
What is radical compassion and how does it apply to educators? Join me for a journey through this concept of radical compassion and radical self-compassion. “Perhaps we should love ourselves so fiercely, that when others see us they know exactly how it should be done.” Rudy Francisco Enjoy the Show! ___________________________________________ Let's…
 
Join me as I have an enlightening conversation with Barbara Gruener about empathy. We discuss the significance of teaching children empathy in schools and how we need to build empathy "like a muscle." Discover simple yet effective strategies for incorporating empathy and SEL activities into your classroom! Barbara is a published author whose work h…
 
In this new podcast for teachers and educators, we will discuss how to create your ideal environment in the classroom and out. Join Marie Kueny, school counselor, social worker, and founder and CEO of Compassionate Educators as she brings real-life experiences from not only working in schools from preschool to high school and everything in between,…
 
David Vago, PhD and Lisa Dale Miller, LMFT, LPCC, SEP tackle the traditional Buddhist concept of "enlightenment" from their modern clinical points of view in a stimulating and fun discussion. Part 2 focuses on S-ART, David's neurobiological framework for describing the positive effects of meditation on self-awareness, self-regulation, and self-tran…
 
David Vago, PhD and Lisa Dale Miller, LMFT, LPCC, SEP tackle the traditional Buddhist concept of "enlightenment" from their modern clinical points of view in a stimulating and fun discussion. This is the first part of their two-part conversation. Covered topics include: Contextualizing the terms enlightenment, awakening, liberation; demarcating cli…
 
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