111: Thoughts for Teachers: Are You Teaching with a Dull Axe?

Welcome to Episode 111 of the Teachonomy Talks podcast. Today’s episode is a Thought For Teachers episode, and in it I have a single thought for you to ponder that will hopefully give you something to reflect on as you go about your day. Today’s thought is this: Are you teaching with a dull axe? As teachers, it can be very easy to fall into complacency based on different circumstances, or feel as though we just aren’t growing or moving forward the way we would like to and it can be discouraging. In today’s Thought for Teachers episode, I want to challenge you to have the wisdom of an experienced lumberjack and do what it takes to sharpen your axe in order to help you grow in your teaching and make a deeper impact than you ever thought possible. Lets talk about it….


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110: Thoughts for Teachers: Do You Remember How Good You Are?

Welcome to Episode 110 of the Teachonomy Talks podcast. Today’s episode is a Thought For Teachers episode, and in it I have a single thought for you to ponder that will hopefully give you something to reflect on as you go about your day. Today’s thought is this: Do you remember how good you are? This time of year, we tend to think about resolutions, words to aspire to live by in the coming year, or goals we are hoping to achieve. I want to challenge you to think about things a little differently and focus specifically on your ‘highlights’ before you decide on what you will try to do to improve . Lets talk about it…


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109: Two Minute Timeout For Teachers… Be Your Best Everyday

Welcome to Episode 109 of the Teachonomy Talks podcast. In today’s Two Minute Timeout for Teachers I want to focus on a quote from one of my students that I feel can really impact how we teach. Her quote to me was this: “Imagine if every teacher would teach every day like they were being observed.”  Check out today’s episode and be inspired to do your best to show your students how much they matter every day!


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108: Thoughts for Teachers: What is Your One Question?

Welcome to Episode 108 of the Teachonomy Talks podcast. Today’s episode is a Thought For Teachers episode, and in it I have a single thought for you to ponder that will hopefully give you something to reflect on as you go about your day. Today’s thought is this: What is your one question? As teachers, we ask and answer a ton of questions every single day. We ask questions to make a students think, to guide them as they explore, and to help them learn. We answer questions in order to give insight, eliminate confusion, and offer comfort. But I often wonder if we were able to ask ONE question that could change lives, would we ask it, and what would it be? Lets talk about it…


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107: Two Minute Timeout For Teachers… YOU are a Masterpiece

Welcome to Episode 107 of the Teachonomy Talks podcast. In today’s Two Minute Timeout for Teachers, I focus on this quote from actress Sophia Bush to encourage you: “You are allowed to be both a masterpiece and a work in progress, simultaneously.” Be encouraged and know that YOU are enough.


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106: Thoughts for Teachers: What Kind of Pilot Are You?

Welcome to Episode 106 of the Teachonomy Talks podcast. Today’s episode is a Thought For Teachers episode, and in it I have a single thought for you to ponder that will hopefully give you something to reflect on as you go about your day. Today’s thought is this: What kind of pilot are you? As teachers, we have the opportunity to guide our students much like a pilot guides the passengers sitting on his or her plane to their destinations. The trip along the way may be bumpy at times, but the experiences overall will be determined by how the pilot handles the plane. How do you handle the passengers on your plane each day? Let’s talk about it.


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105: ENCORE EPISODE: Two Minute Timeout for Teachers… Give an Ovation

Welcome to Episode 105 of the Teachonomy Talks podcast. In today’s ENCORE PRESENTATION, we will revisit a Two Minute Timeout for Teachers where I focus on a quote from the book Wonder. As teachers, we have the opportunity to make the many young people we see each day feel important and loved. Give them the standing ovation they deserve!

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104: Thoughts for Teachers: Do You Think Outside The Trash Can?

Welcome to Episode 104 of the Teachonomy Talks podcast. Today’s episode is a Thought For Teachers episode, and in it I have a single thought for you to ponder that will hopefully give you something to reflect on as you go about your day. Today’s thought is this: Do You Think Outside the Trash Can? As teachers, there are so many grand ideas we make into reality and so many amazing big innovations we implement each year to help our students learn. I often wonder why we don’t celebrate, or in some cases even recognize, the smaller innovations that can change the experiences our students have in our classrooms. I would say in some cases they can be even more impactful and influential… Let’s talk about it.


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103: Two Minute Timeout For Teachers… Instill Belief

Welcome to Episode 103 of the Teachonomy Talks podcast. In today’s Two Minute Timeout for Teachers I focus on this quote from the movie Good Will Hunting, “Sometimes people can’t believe in themselves until someone else believes in them first.”  Be encouraged to embrace the POWER of instilling belief by setting the example first!


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102: Thoughts for Teachers: Who Do You Lean On For Strength?

Welcome to Episode 102 of the Teachonomy Talks podcast. Today is a Thoughts for Teachers episode. Today’s thought is this: Who Do You Lean On For Strength? Every one of us needs to have a core inner circle of people that we know we can lean on and trust to journey through the ups and downs that teaching can bring our way. Today I am going to share with you an excerpt from my new book uNforgettable’ that is designed to help you reflect on the power we can find in each other. Lets talk about it…


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