What do the Great Teacher Exodus, the media, and school culture have in common? Much more than you might first think… Adam Voigt from Real Schools shares: the real reasons teachers are quitting in droves (Hint: COVID isn’t actually the…
This episode is a little different – I call out the notion that you are ‘just’ a teacher.
Screw that up, throw it in the bin. Yeet it, if you will. Far out the window.
There is nothing ‘just’ about being a teacher…
The messages in todays episode from the community should convince you otherwise!
This is part one in a three part mini-series exploring my unconventional takeaways from the RELIT2022 cup-filling day!
Part 1 takes a dive into the wisdom of Dr Jody Carrington. Her messages ring with such truth:
– If you’re not ok, the people you’re in charge of don’t stand a chance
– All we want is to feel seen
– When you are acknowledged, you rise
Join me as I explore these topics and what they mean for us in our classrooms.
In this episode, Angela helps us to explore what our options are for when we are just unhappy with our jobs as a teacher.
We discuss a few different options for when you know you need a change, but you’re not sure what is out there for you.
This conversation is for every teacher who has toyed with the idea that perhaps they’re not as happy as they’d like with their teaching. I don’t mean all the *extra* we’re dealing with, but deep down within your core.
Perhaps you need clarity and validation that teaching is absolutely still your thing. Perhaps you are on the fence. Perhaps you’re ready to get out. No matter where you sit, this one is for you!
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 Men’s Health and Mindset coach Chris McMahon.
We discussed the impacts that diet culture can have on our male students of all ages, how us teachers can help, and knowing when to refer out.
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…