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Lyn and Chris Dawson appear to have the perfect marriage. He's a star footballer and popular high school teacher. She's a devoted wife and mother. They share a beautiful home above Sydney's northern beaches. But when Lyn goes missing, dark secrets are buried. This is no fairytale, but a sordid story of strangely close twin brothers, teenage student lovers, and probable murder. The Australian's Hedley Thomas digs deep into a cold case which has been unsolved for 36 years, uncovering startling ...
 
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Psychic Teachers

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Psychic Teachers

Samantha Fey and Deb Bowen

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Psychic Teachers Podcast features two well known intuitives -- Deb Bowen and Samantha Fey -- helping listeners learn how to embrace their inner psychic. Tune in and listen to these funny ladies discuss everything from ghosts and energy vampires to chakra clearing and spirit guides.
 
There are LOTS of podcasts for teachers, but Substitute Teachers Lounge is the first podcast ever that also highlights substitute teachers. This podcast is aimed at giving ALL types of teachers the tools you need to teach in K-12 (elementary school, middle school, and high school), including administrative aspects as well as helping students receive everything they need to learn and feel special. We interview teachers, subs and students to make sure we have the information we need in order t ...
 
What would you do if you weren't afraid? Jen and Kim are long-time friends who started the podcast from the perspective of two teachers and their experiences in education. The podcast has evolved through countless interviews with current and former educators as well as authors. You will still hear their teaching tips and stories, but you also will follow them on their journey through new chapters in their lives.
 
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Teachers Like Us

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Teachers Like Us

Teachers Like Us

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What does it mean to be educated for today's modern learner? With the rise in technology, is education a dying field? Are teachers necessary?Join middle school teachers Alyssa and Andre as they explore the ins and outs of today's education system through the lens of equity and social justice. Each episode will explore relevant topics in education from the perspective of two black teachers in an urban school setting.
 
Teaching in Isolation... Life as a teacher only knows. This was my first effort and I want to continue with new ideas and interviews. The more Teachers I can talk to the better. TeachersT2T@gmail.com. So far listened in 44 states, Washington D.C., and 42 countries including South Sudan. I know right... Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/greg-urbani/support
 
TTELT is a podcast for English language teachers who never seem to find the time for the professional development we want and need. Episodes include tips that we can implement in our classes this week, discussiions of journal articles and blogs in our field, and interviews with prominent, and not so prominent, teachers who have teaching tips they'd like to share. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/ttelt/support
 
Teachers Talk Crime is a true crime podcast with a twist, hosted by two teachers who met on TikTok, whose love for education and true crime sparked a forever friendship. Ashleigh and Brooke are giving you bone chilling crimes along with laughs from all the true stories of their very our own classroom experiences. You will leave thinking "Wow, that is a classroom I wouldn't mind being apart of". Tune in every Monday for your dose of crime, warning signs, and side splitting laughs. LETS TAKE S ...
 
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Teachers in America

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Teachers in America

Houghton Mifflin Harcourt

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A podcast for K-12 educators covering the ever-changing learning landscape. Featuring educators from around the country, every moment is a chance to create connections, share stories, and explore classroom ideas that will influence the future. Teachers in America is produced by Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, inspiring the thinkers and doers of tomorrow.
 
The podcast about all things business for music teachers and studio owners. Learn how to brand, market, and grow your music studio. Hear stories of creative music teachers who are taking on other cool entrepreneurial projects. Get answers to your self-employment questions from experts. Hosted by entrepreneur, business coach, and piano teacher, Andrea Miller.
 
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We The Teachers

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We The Teachers

Teaching American History

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We The Teachers is a bi-weekly podcast featuring Teaching American History scholars discussing American history with a focus on primary documents. The Ashbrook Center and TeachingAmericanHistory.org seek to provide high-quality content-focused programs, resources, and courses for teachers of American History, Government, Civics, and related subjects. Students, citizens, and anyone seeking a deeper understanding of the American experience can also benefit from our resources, which include pod ...
 
The Fandalorians: Teachers by Day, Nerds by Night. By day, Mr. Richardson, Mr. McDonald and Mr. Giannone teach and inspire America's youth. But by night, they debate and discuss all things in the pop culture universe. Join these three public school teachers, every Monday, for a look into the current state of pop culture. Email: Thefandaloriansmailbag@gmail.com Twitter: @Fandalorianspod
 
"Naylor's natter...just talking to teachers" Naylor's Natter is the brainchild of Phil Naylor , created initially to share musings on evidence, research and CPD. The podcast has grown significantly since its first episode in early 2019 and is now proudly independent. We have no sponsorship or affiliation. As the podcast has evolved so has its reach, we feel passionately about diversity of opinion and representation of our profession. To ensure we better reflect teaching , we are now proud to ...
 
This podcast was developed to help high school teachers better reach students, as well as gain more self-fulfillment by doing just that. We will discuss essential strategies and stories to help new, experienced, burned-out, and/or growth-focused teachers find their way in a world of confusing, endless, and oftentimes overwhelming resources for educators. Hopefully, you will find these both tangible and applicable in your own professional journey. This podcast is definitely not about “polish” ...
 
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Two Teachers Talking™

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Two Teachers Talking™

Tony Silva and Charles Wiz

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Teachers know that when classes are done, the beer has been poured, teachers gather around the table, and the talk turns to...teaching. Great (and not so great ideas) are tossed around, argued, praised, and ridiculed. What's been missing is a microphone on the table. Until now. If you're a teacher, and especially if you're teaching in Japan, have a listen. Tony and Charles talk about what they've learned, what works, what doesn't, and what other teachers like you have to say.
 
The weekly spark for music teachers is ten minutes of mindset and energy designed especially for anyone teaching music. Host Janice Tuck offers insights, tips and strategies for dealing with common issues that arise in teaching music in schools. This podcast is about finding the resourcefulness within yourself to make things happen. Its about developing the mindset and psychology - a way of being, talking and acting that will get you moving through the day with energy.
 
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Opening Dharma Access: Listening to BIPOC Teachers

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Opening Dharma Access: Listening to BIPOC Teachers

Rev. Liên Shutt, Kaira Jewel Lingo & Lama Karma Yeshe Chödrön

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Hosted by Rev. Liên Shutt, Kaira Jewel Lingo and Lama Karma Yeshe Chodron. Welcome to "Opening Dharma Access," a podcast where we hear stories from BIPOC Teachers about their Dharma experiences and practice, and how those inform the ways they are sharing the Dharma today. Thank you to the Kataly Foundation for their support of this season's offering! KatalyFoundation.org
 
Pilates Teachers' Manual is your guide to becoming a great Pilates teacher! I discuss everything about being a Pilates teacher, from certification, class preparation, and scheduling, to working in studios, gyms, and in clients' homes, online and beyond! This podcast is for YOU if you are a current Pilates instructor, an aspiring Pilates instructor, or anyone who wants to learn more about the world of teaching Pilates!
 
Listen in to this monthly podcast from Conscious Discipline. Conscious Discipline experts Latoria Marcellus and Amy Speidel connect with educators, parents and community leaders in diverse conversations that delve into the challenges and triumphs of social-emotional education in today’s world.
 
The IT Teachers are educators who share their knowledge of integrating technology into the classroom. With almost 30 years of combined service in the teaching trenches, Alicia and Haley tell it how it is and keep you up-to-date with not only the latest trends but with what actually works! They’re not just talking heads. Alicia and Haley are in their schools every day and want to help YOU put the A in TECH!
 
Welcome to Transformative Talk! Each episode is hosted by different graduate students in Dr. Haddad’s courses at UTSA. Join us as we explore how educators can use critical social theories to transform themselves and their classrooms. Educators get real and share real-life experiences, near misses, and big-little wins. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/transformative-talk/support
 
Brief, off-the-cuff conversations about real life homeschooling in the moment. Pam & Mystie both homeschool teens and middle-schoolers and have been homeschooling for over a decade. Together they share what it's really like, give tips and recommendations, and encourage homeschool moms to keep up the good work.
 
Welcome to the Yogipreneur Podcast, brought to you by Digital Yoga Academy - the leader in business and marketing education for yoga teachers worldwide. The Yogipreneur is for entrepreneurial yoga teachers who want to stop the hustle and overwhelm and instead create more income, freedom and success. In each episode, you'll learn business and marketing strategies to grow your community in a way that makes it easy for you to take action today. Hosted by Kelly McHugh, the founder of Digital Yog ...
 
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Timecodes:00:00 Opening Credits01:31 Intro05:11 Kolber’s Corner11:03 Ideology in Education21:53 Feature Introduction24:14 Interview – Fiona Longmuir51:53 Patreon Shout-outs and SIgn OffLinks:– Tom Mahoney on Twitter – https://twitter.com/TomMahoneyEdu– Steven Kolber on Twitter – https://twitter.com/steven_kolber– Fiona Longmuir at Monash Uni – http…
 
This morning I spoke with Katherine Bilsborough about creating and publishing ELT materials. Listen back for some great tips and advice. Katherine has worked in ELT since 1987 as a teacher, a trainer, an author and a consultant. These days she helps teachers around the world create excellent materials for their own learners, in every context imagin…
 
With the school year coming to a close, I thought this would be a helpful time to talk about how I reset my schedule in times of transition. I’m not talking about goal-setting today, although that might also be part of the “reset” process. What I’m talking about today is more about how I plan my days and weeks to create a rhythm in my life that is …
 
Find your professional development path with Brooke Leach Grable. She shares the importance of making and building connections to learn as much as we can from each other. Learn how to find your professional development purpose and grow your professional practice through local, international, and virtual PD. Visit TTELT.org for more professional dev…
 
What's it like attending an English-speaking school from the perspective of a student who doesn't know English? In this conversation, Bridget, a High School Junior tells her story of how she navigated teachers, friends, and the friction between her White and Latin identities as she learned the language and culture of America through school.…
 
Where do you spend your energies when you teach? Are they 100% focused outwardly, on helping your students? 80%? 60% The percentage here reflects how much time you’re actually spending worrying about things that have nothing to do with them.. fears about how you look or how you’re coming across or other things that you perceive are getting in the w…
 
On Today’s Podcast, We discuss the box office results of Doctor Strange, we pop in to two new shows we are enjoying The Batman Podcast and Star Trek: Strange New Worlds and even more Top Gun News. Next we review Doctor Strange and the Multiverse of Madness, and lastly we name comedian Angie Belcher as this weeks student of the week. All this and mo…
 
Welcome to HeadteacherChat-A Professional Network for School Leaders. 👋 The Network for School Leaders. Hosted by Lucy & Jonathan Coy Planner and more: https://shop.headteachers.org/ Naylor's Natter Inspired by interviews from the popular education podcast of the same name, Naylor’s Natter brings together a wealth of advice from the most influentia…
 
Episode 17 besties! We hope you had a great weekend and are well relaxed on this Monday! Brooke is bringing us today's episode and as you saw from the title we are discussing one of the youngest American serial killers, Harvey Robinson. This is again a case of nature vs. nurture, because Harvey grew up in a troubled home that was full of abuse and …
 
Kristia Leyendecker had been teaching AP Psychology for eight years. She had a working knowledge and understanding about gender and gender dysphoria and considered herself open minded. She felt that we should let people be people, it wasn’t her business to judge the way another person lives their life. But, it wasn’t until last year, when her 16 ye…
 
Joining us on the show today is Robert Wilkinson from Aquariuspapers.com to discuss the latest in astrological influences. We cover interesting aspects such as what does it mean for your relationships if you were born during a Venus Retrograde? Do people born under Mercury Retrograde have an easier time? What do these eclipses mean for you and your…
 
We're joined this episode by our good friend Vinny Thomas—who you probably know as @MrThomasEnglish from TikTok, IG, or YouTube—to tell the stories of our experiences with substitute teachers, whom the teaching profession now refers to as a mythical species. Subscribe to our newsletter: beacons.ai/teachersoffdutypod Become a Patreon member to acces…
 
Teacher trainer and former teacher Sarah Cottingham joins us on the Tips for Teacher podcast to share her 5 tips: 1. Use tips when they act as solutions to problems you face (04:16) 2. Always build from what they know (17:21) 3. Beware the curse of knowledge (30:14) 4. Use research on learning not as a prescription but as a compass (38:56) 5. Retri…
 
This episode is all about being "present" in the lives of your students. Included are some key strategies and approaches that will make it easier for you to reach ALL of your students. It's all about investing in THEM.Matt Bramuchi
 
How did substitute teachers handle discipline last year, and how can they improve? Join our Facebook group, https://www.facebook.com/groups/substituteteacherslounge Email your questions to mailto: gregcollinssubstitute@gmail.com Buzzsprout - Let's get your podcast launched! Start for FREEGreg Collins
 
Thanks for reading TC279: How to Take a Break and Really Unplug from Top Music Co. Running a studio isn’t easy and because you work so hard, you definitely deserve to go on that dream holiday you’ve been wanting for so long. When it’s finally time to take one, you want to be able to relax and let go of all the worries that come with running a busin…
 
Stacey Shubitz and Lynne Dorfman in discussion with Stenhouse’s Bill Varner. Stacey and Lynne are veteran writers and educators, and together co-authored the recent book Welcome to Writing Workshop: Engaging Today’s Students with a Model That Works. As you’d expect, today is all things writing workshop, including structure, small group instruction,…
 
Chris Dawson’s former babysitter “JC” gives evidence that he groomed her, then turned her into his “sex slave” and a substitute mother for his children after his wife Lyn’s sudden disappearance. Lyn’s friend and neighbour Julie Andrew and siblings Greg Simms and Pat Jenkins tell of the trauma of the past 40 years, as their nightmare is brought to l…
 
Ever wondered if you have what it takes to create an online yoga course? The online yoga industry is just getting started and is here to stay and you have a chance to have a piece of the online pie by creating your very own yoga course. In this episode we dive into both what is essential to launch your online yoga course and what is not. If you wan…
 
So students are getting arrested for their croppy crop tops now? On this week's episode Alyssa and Andre revisit the dress code debate. Tune in as they dive into questions around how clothing is deemed acceptable, is there are way to have no dress code and still establish boundaries and who are dress codes usually penalizing.…
 
Can you remember when you were filled with thoughts, dreams and ambitions about the impact you’d create when you started teaching? That’s how most of us live our early lives - until the real world brings us back to reality and we start teaching in a school where we hit major obstacles. Whether your students or parents don’t like you; your principal…
 
TAH's last Documents in Detail episode for the 21-22 school year, focusing in a document that is both a piece of Congressional history, and an event that shaped policy, "The Revolt of 1910 Against Speaker Joseph Cannon." This program took place at 7pm ET on Wednesday, 18 May 2022, and featured Dr. John Moser as moderator; Dr. Joseph Postell, the vo…
 
Today we are joined by the Hawai’i State Teacher of the Year and one of the four finalists for the 2022 National Teacher of the Year, Whitney Aragaki. She utilizes her state's natural resources for her place-based biology and environmental science high school lessons. She is passionate about teacher mentoring programs and supports learning that hon…
 
Mystie and Pam discuss the end of their school year. Find out how to “clear Math” and hear about some fun end of the year celebrations (or not). Math U See https://mathusee.com/ Mr. D Math https://mrdmath.com/ Making Family Count printing https://www.makingfamilycount.com/ Halliburton’s Marvels: https://amzn.to/3wkWW7S Hallow App https://hallow.com…
 
Listen here https://www.simpleenglishnews.com/wp-content/uploads/2022/05/Passanger-landing-a-plane.mp3 Passenger Able To Land A Small Plane Not long ago we wrote about a passenger who saved a bus when its driver collapsed while driving. Last week one of the two passengers took control of a private plane flying from the Bahamas to Florida after the …
 
LAST EP OF SEASON 15! We're wrapping up with thoughts on processing, healing, dreaming, and rebuilding as we find our path toward whatever is next for schools. So in this unscripted episode, I share my broad observations, loosely-held conclusions, and partially-formulated ideas about what might be possible. What is the future of public education? H…
 
From Hedley Thomas and the journalists at The Australian comes The Teacher's Trial. A new episode will be published every Friday for the duration of the trial of Chris Dawson, who is accused of the murder of his wife Lynette Dawson. Search for The Teacher's Trial wherever you listen to podcasts, or read The Australian's ongoing coverage of the tria…
 
Interested in hosting an online workshop? Today we dive into hosting a webinar, how to get started, what to keep in mind, and all the awesome ways hosting an online workshop can support your growth as a Pilates teacher and practitioner. Tune in! I want to hear from you! Share your thoughts and follow the podcast on Instagram and Facebook @pilateste…
 
On this week's episode of the Teacher's Lounge podcast, political commentator Calvin Robinson and Tony Kinnett discuss such topics as how redefining words such as “kindness,” “hate” and “racism” is a tactic being used to change what is "true," who is really responsible for a child’s education and the oppressive nature of victimhood mentality. Check…
 
Special Episode: Meet the New HostsReal Talk for Real Teachers with Latoria Marcellus and Amy SpeidelEpisode SummaryWe're excited to bring you a special episode of Real Talk for Real teachers introducing you to the show's new hosts, Latoria Marcellus and Amy Speidel. Both Conscious Discipline practitioners and previous guests on the podcast, Latori…
 
In Season 2 Episode 7 of The IT Teachers' Podcast: 🎙Alicia and Haley take a moment to remember and pay tribute to their former professor, Dr. Susan Clarke, a woman who inspired so many educators and students past and present. We love you, Dr. Clarke! 💛📚💙 🎉 Alicia and Haley discuss teacher Appreciation week 2022, share some special moments from the …
 
The year has been a year. I am giving you updates. Wanna be on the show? Let me know. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/greg-urbani/messageSupport this podcast: https://anchor.fm/greg-urbani/support
 
Join Kelly and Halle as they talk about Hegemony in Texas Education in this episode. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/transformative-talk/messageSupport this podcast: https://anchor.fm/transformative-talk/support…
 
On today's podcast I interview the Secretary of Education, Miguel Cardona, and we discuss the current state of teaching across the US and what teachers can expect going forward. The video of the interview can be found on Youtube and Devin's socials. Devin discusses his amazing Grad Bash experience, and details the upcoming Bored Teachers Tour. Last…
 
"Learning by Teaching" (Lernen durch Lehren - LdL) is a widespread teaching-method in Germany, developed by Jean-Pol Martin. Jean-Pol Martin was born in 1943 in Paris and went to Germany in 1968. He studied German and French in order to become a teacher at a German grammar school, and also became an instructor in teacher education at the Catholic U…
 
I’m writing this post from a delightful cafe in a quaint little touristy town near my home. The sunshine is pouring in through three walls of windows. Steam from my freshly brewed coffee wafts lazily upward. A creamy slice of carrot cake sits waiting to be consumed. Welcome to SPARKS: mini-segments intended to spark your thinking and ignite your pr…
 
It’s a new school year in Japan, and very likely, most of your classes are now again face to face, or, at least, mask to mask. Things are returning to “normal.” Or are they? What is the new normal? How have the last two years changed you, your students, your teaching, their learning, and our academic universes?…
 
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