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…
We, as a profession, have had a recent push towards inclusion, particularly inclusion of students with disabilities. So why are the teachers getting left behind? Today I am sharing the story of an Anonymous Teacher who is having their disability pushed aside.
The year is 2022. We’ve rolled around to another International Women’s Day. While most corporations and companies will put out words of gratitude and celebration, I feel like this year it’s going to miss the mark.
I’ve spent a lot of time treading carefully around social media lately, and the mood has shifted. Because women this year don’t want to be celebrated. We want to be ok. And we’re not ok.
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 never really considered if and how becoming a parent would change my perception of teaching.
When the illness of your own children impacts your teaching, how do you cope?