093: Encore Episode: Are YOU a Netflix Teacher?

Welcome to Episode 93 of the Teachonomy Talks podcast. This is an encore episode to revisit and challenge you to reflect as you head into the school year! In this episode I compare qualities of Netflix to teaching. Listen and learn Three Ways a “Netflix Teacher” approaches teaching every day!

092: Thoughts for Teachers Series: Take the Headphones Out…

Welcome to Episode 92 of the Teachonomy Talks podcast.Today’s episode is all about a lesson I learned while walking in the mall. Todays thought: Have you ever criticized someone for doing something you have done in the past? How can we make sure it doesn’t happen often? Lets talk about it…


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091: Two Minute Timeout For Teachers… Embrace Delayed Gratification

Welcome to Episode 91 of the Teachonomy Talks podcast. In today’s Two Minute Timeout for Teachers, I focus on a quote from a friend of mine named Tom Kang. Take a moment to reflect on how delayed gratification results in deeper joy, and be encouraged as you go about your day!


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090: Thoughts for Teachers Series: Beware of a Bias First Impression

Welcome to Episode 90 of the Teachonomy Talks podcast. This is the second episode of our SUMMER SERIES! In this series, I will take about 5-7 minutes to focus on a single thought to ponder. Today’s episode is all about a lesson I learned when I was caught off guard while on vacation. Todays thought: Beware of a bias first impression that perceives people based on pre-conceived notions. Lets talk about it…


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089: Two Minute Timeout For Teachers… Be Smart, Thoughtful, and Generous

Welcome to Episode 89 of the Teachonomy Talks podcast. In today’s Two Minute Timeout for Teachers, I focus on a quote from Ashton Kutcher. (Did you know his first name isn’t Ashton? Listen to this episode to find out his REAL first name!) The goal of this episode is to help you reflect on three key traits that we want to strengthen in our lives each day and encourage you as you begin your week.


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088: Summer ‘Thoughts for Teachers’ Series: Do You Notice Your Hidden Example?

Welcome to Episode 88 of the Teachonomy Talks podcast. This is the second episode of our SUMMER SERIES! In this series, I will take about 5-7 minutes to focus on a single thought to ponder. Today’s episode focuses on an a lesson we can learn from the 2018 World Cup. Todays thought: Do you notice your hidden example? Are you aware of the impact it has on the students you teach? Let’s talk about it…


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087: Two Minute Timeout For Teachers… Be Led By Your Dreams

Welcome to Episode 87 of the Teachonomy Talks podcast. In today’s Two Minute Timeout for Teachers, I focus on a quote from a mentor of mine, ‘Aussie’ Dave Adamson, to encourage you to overcome the obstacles that may cause you to doubt your dreams.


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086: ‘Thoughts for Teachers’ Series: The POWER of the Word ‘Teacher’

Welcome to Episode 86 of the Teachonomy Talks podcast. This is the first episode of our SUMMER SERIES! In this series, I will take about 5-7 minutes to focus on a single thought to ponder. My goal is to give you something to reflect on at the end of each episode that you will be able take with you as you enjoy your day. Our first thought of our this series will focus on the POWER that is found in the WORD Teacher, and how YOU have the ability to help define it to the many students you teach each day.

Today’s Reflection:

We have the chance to make kids around the world either walk away, uncomfortable, when they hear the word “Teacher,” or perk up and be filled with joy when it is said.

Be mindful of all the interactions that you have with your students because they are always watching. Do what it takes to make sure that no matter where they may be in the world, their memory of you has impacted them in such a positive way that they are filled with joy when they hear the word “Teacher.”


 

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085: Two Minute Timeout For Teachers… Persistence Pays Off

Welcome to Episode 85 of the Teachonomy Talks podcast. In today’s Two Minute Timeout for Teachers, I focus on a quote from a children’s movie to encourage you to remain persistent in accomplishing your goals and inspire you to never give up!


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084: The Empty Classroom

Welcome to Episode 84 of the Teachonomy Talks podcast. In today’s episode, I talk about the empty classroom that all teachers face on the last day of school, and focus on how powerful standing in that moment can truly be.


Three Points to Ponder When Standing in Your Empty Classroom

An empty classroom at the end of the year represents a chapter in a book our students write. As a teacher, you have helped to write the lines that they will highlight and come back to time and time again.

 

The empty room at the end of the year signifies a job well done. When you leave everything you have in the classroom, and give all you can give, your students will not soon forget your impact.

 

An empty classroom that is packed up and ready to remain silent for a while has one goal: to be filled again very soon. Take the time you need to rest and recharge, so that you can come back ready to fill the lives of your students with a year they will never forget.

 


 

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