056: Three Ways Teachers Are Like Streetlights

Welcome to Episode 56 of the Teachonomy Talks podcast.  In this episode I focus on Three Ways Teachers are like Streetlights. The GOAL of this episode is to ENCOURAGE YOU to continue to be the light so many of your students need every day.

Teach FIT: How ‘In Shape’ are YOU as a Teacher?

The most successful people in the world are FIT.  They have the ability to Focus, take Initiative, and be Tenacious in order to accomplish their goals.  People who have a FIT mentality will rise above the rest.

When it comes to teaching, this same rule applies.  If you want to lead your students down a successful path, you must be able to focus on a plan, take the initiative to move things forward, and be tenacious in living out your purpose. 

In order to be an unforgettable teacher and to rise above the obstacles you face daily, you must take the time to get FIT.

055: Two Minute Timeout For Teachers… Be Kind!

Welcome to Episode 55 of the Teachonomy Talks podcast.  This is a Two Minute Timeout for Teachers!  In this episode, I focus on the quote “Be Kind to One Another” from Ellen Degeneres.  As teachers, ‘be kind’ is something that we tell our students all the time, but my question would be, are you living it out?

Be inspired and Download the FREE Printable PDF version of today’s quote!

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054: The ‘One More Step’ Mentality: Overcome Overwhelm

Welcome to Episode 54 of the Teachonomy Talks podcast.  In this episode I talk about the ‘One more step’ mentality to encourage you during times when you face overwhelm, frustration or stress as a teacher.  Learn three strategies you can use to help you through the tough times you face as a teacher.

Three Inspiring Costumes Great Teachers Wear

When kids (and adults alike) dress up on Halloween, they are taking advantage of an opportunity to become someone else and hide their identity for a night.

As teachers, you have the opportunity to ‘dress up’ as many things throughout the year.  The difference between you, and those on Halloween, is that your ‘disguises’ display your identify rather than hide it. The power of who you represent to your students each day can make all the difference.  Make sure to wear your ‘costumes’ well.

053: Two Minute Timeout For Teachers… Embrace Your Innovation!

Be inspired by Steve Jobs

Welcome to Episode 53 of the Teachonomy Talks podcast.  This is a Two Minute Timeout for Teachers!  In this episode, I focus on quote from Steve Jobs. This is for the innovators, the teachers who go against the grain, the difference makers and for those who Teach Differently.

Be inspired and Download the Printable PDF version of today’s quote!

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052: 3 Lessons Teachers Can Learn From a Restaurant

Welcome to Episode 52 of the Teachonomy Talks podcast.  In this episode I talk about three elements great restaurants have in common that teachers can implement into the classroom to increase their impact even more.

The POWER of a Teacher’s Presence

The power of your presence in the lives of others can leave a remarkable impact.  Depending on how you wield that power will determine the influence you have each day.

It is crucial to understand that in a fast paced world, filled with people who equate value with action, the power of your presence can often be overlooked.   The message you send to others without saying a word can be even more powerful than you imagine. 

051: Two Minute Timeout For Teachers… Be Magical!

A quote from JK Rowling

Welcome to Episode 51 of the Teachonomy Talks podcast.  This is a Two Minute Timeout for Teachers!  In this episode, I focus on a quote from JK Rowling.  The goal is to encourage and inspire you to be magical by listening to the stories your students have to tell and letting them know they matter.

Today’s episode features a quote from JK Rowling that says, “No story lives unless someone wants to listen.”

Take a few minutes to listen in and be encouraged and inspired today!

050: 3 ‘Growth Milestones’ of the Students We Teach

Welcome to Episode 50 of the Teachonomy Talks podcast.  In this episode I talk about three growth milestones that our students go through in their learning process and just how important it is for us, as teachers, to recognize them.

In life we all go through growth stages, and with each stage we reach milestones that mark some of our most cherished memories.  For many of us, three big milestones as we go through life are learning to walk, learning to ride a bike and learning to drive.

In today’s episode, I focus on these three stages, how they relate to student growth and the important job that a teacher has in all of them!