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Time to Teach

     Time to Teach is a show for teachers, hosted by a real teacher. It is a show for those enthusiastic about education. In this show I share tips, suggestions, and advice on all aspects of teaching. In addition, you'll hear students and educators share their views, perspectives, and ideas. From the first year teacher to the seasoned principal, this show is perfect for anyone passionate about education, and interested in continuing to grow as an educator. Go ahead and buckle up, because teaching can get bumpy, but it's always worth it. 

Jul 15, 2018

E55 We're on summer break, but I couldn't resist putting together an episode telling you what I'm up to this summer. Some of it is teacher related, some of it, not so much. Listen to find out how I'm staying busy this summer. Remember, we're officially on summer break, but we'll return to our normal schedule...

Jun 17, 2018

E54 In this final episode of the school year, I discuss how I wind down the school year. This includes benchmarks, field trip, all the way to classroom clean up. Time to Teach is now officially on summer break. We will return in mid August, or early September. We'll see ya next time! 


0:00 Intro 

0:53 Episode...

Jun 10, 2018

E53 In today's episode, I speak with the knowledgeable Rachel Lanquist about technology. Rachel is our elementary's technology educator who has immensely enriched and enhanced the technology use in our elementary section. She not only works with over 500 students, but works with the teachers in our section as well....

Jun 3, 2018

E52 This episode marks the one-year anniversary of Time to Teach. This episode is a celebratory episode where I reflect on  this past  year as a podcaster and teacher. Listen to find out what I've learned in the past year. 


Show Notes

0:00 Intro 

0:53 Episode intro

2:58 Wins and Fails Segment 

10:57 Shout out to my...

May 27, 2018

E51 Today's episode is a follow up to part 1. Here I discuss how else I have been using nonlinguistic representation in my classroom. As part of a year-long PLC, my grade level team and I have been exploring different ways to use nonlinguistic representation in our teaching and in student learning. I feel I have grown a...