Welcome to Part Two of this discussion about toxic masculinity and respectful relationships. In this episode of the podcast we discuss how to reflect on your own interpretations of gender norms, and give practical tips for setting your classroom and teaching up for success.
This week on the podcast I spoke with Dr Rachel Hannam of North Brisbane Psychologists about the guilt that teachers can feel when they see a student misbehaving. We discussed reasons for feeling this guilt, and how we can redirect…
Jonathan Van Ness has a (incredibly brilliant) podcast called Getting Curious. A couple of weeks ago they put a call out for fan questions, some of which would be answered on an episode. The question I submitted was “As a high school teacher, how best can I support LGBTQIA+ Students?”. I was honoured to have my question answered on the podcast episode – check out the answer!
The world is getting crazier by the day.
Just when we feel like we’re getting a handle on the pandemic, perhaps even coming out the other side of it, Russia goes and invades Ukraine.
Our students are going to be hurting in so many different ways.
I LOVE sharing stories where teachers have gone above and beyond out of pure kindness for their students. This is absolutely one of those stories!
So… 2020 was a thing. Now that we’re living in the future of 2021 – let’s all take a collective deep breath.
We all know that having a positive relationship with your students is a cornerstone to a great educational paradigm for everyone involved. But it’s easier said than done.
I wonder if a lot of teachers out there would jump straight to academic outcomes when thinking about their successes over the past year.