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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. 

Nov 1, 2020

Season 4 is finally here. In this episode, I share what I've been doing, and what to expect in this new season. I also share a little tip that has been helping me in Google Classroom. 

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May 17, 2020

E99 I have been trying new things and making tweaks to my schedule for students, and I am finally pleased with what I have created. In today's episode, I discuss how I am managing my eLearning schedule for students. Listen to find out what new things I have been doing with my schedule. 

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Mar 29, 2020

E98 In today's episode, I will share more about how you can structure your schedule as a remote teacher. In addition, I will share exactly what I do in my online reading groups, as well as how I give student feedback remotely. 

 

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Mar 22, 2020

COVID-19 is changing a lot of aspects about our lives. Many of us have suddenly found ourselves in virtual teaching roles, without much preparation. Let me share some tips of things I have discovered after my first week in this new role. 

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Mar 22, 2020

In today's episode, I discuss how we can use current world events as curriculum in your classroom. When big things are happening in the world, they also become learning opportunities for our students. Listen to find out a few ways you can use current events as your curriculum. 

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