068: Teaching at the Gym

Welcome to Episode 68 of the Teachonomy Talks podcast. In this episode I focus on the similarities we can see between working out in the gym and teaching in the classroom. My goal is to inspire you to reflect a little deeper into your own teaching and encourage others to do the same.

Teaching in the classroom is a lot like working out in the gym. It takes a lot of blood, sweat, and tears to meet the goals you set out to achieve. It takes a lot of commitment and dedication. It may even take a trainer somewhere along the way to help tweak a few techniques. In the end, our students will always benefit greatly when we take the time to use the right weight, the proper machine, and the correct form.

Listen to today’s episode to delve a little deeper into these three areas and reflect on your teaching today.


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067: Two Minute Timeout For Teachers… YOU are a Champion!

Welcome to Episode 67 of the Teachonomy Talks podcast. In today’s Two Minute Timeout for Teachers I focus on a quote from Billie Jean King and encourage you to continue to be the champion your students need each day!


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Blog: My blog is filled with quick ‘five minute’ reads to inspire and encourage teachers everywhere.

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066: Iron Sharpens Iron… There is POWER in the Process

Welcome to Episode 66 of the Teachonomy Talks podcast. In this episode I talk about the saying “Iron Sharpens Iron” and discuss the deeper meaning behind it so that, as teachers, we can do our best to sharpen each other day by day. The goal is to challenge you, make you think, and inspire you to be the Iron that Sharpens Iron.

065: Two Minute Timeout For Teachers… You Are Unique!

Welcome to Episode 65 of the Teachonomy Talks podcast. In today’s Two Minute Timeout for Teachers I focus on a quote from Simon Sinek when he said, “We’d Achieve more if we chased our dreams instead of our competition.” The goal of this episode is to inspire you to OWN your teaching and refuse to base your value on comparisons.


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064: Teaching In The Rain

Facing the drizzle and downpour head on!

Welcome to Episode 64 of the Teachonomy Talks podcast. In today’s episode I talk about the drizzle and the steady downpour that we all experience in teaching. The goal is to reflect on, and remember, the powerful lesson that comes at the end.

Learn and grow from the drizzle, surround yourself with a support system to help you through the downpour, and remember that there is beauty to be found once the rain has passed.

063: Two Minute Timeout For Teachers… Keep Moving Forward!

Welcome to Episode 63 of the Teachonomy Talks podcast. In today’s Two Minute Timeout for Teachers I focus on a quote from Will Rogers. The goal of this episode is to encourage you to keep moving forward in your teaching and adapt to the many changes that come your way.

The quote by Will Rogers, “Even if you’re on the right track, you’ll get run over if you just sit there” portrays an honest reality for teachers to reflect on in order to constantly improve.

062: The Impact of YOUR Teaching Shadow

Welcome to Episode 62 of the Teachonomy Talks podcast. In this episode I talk about the impact of your Teaching Shadow, and how positioning yourself correctly can help you grow.


The Impact of YOUR Teaching Shadow

If you choose to walk away from the light, your shadow will be cast in front of you. If you choose to walk toward the light, your shadow will be cast behind you.

Where does YOUR shadow lie?

061: Two Minute Timeout For Teachers… Don’t Worry!

Welcome to Episode 61 of the Teachonomy Talks podcast. In today’s Two Minute Timeout for Teachers I focus on a quote from Leo F Buscaglia. The goal of this episode is to encourage you to worry less and enjoy the moments that bring you joy each day.

The quote, “Worry never robs tomorrow of its sorrow, it only saps today of its joy” really hits home with so many people. Be encouraged today to worry less and enjoy the little moments each day.


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060: The Evergreen Teacher

Welcome to Episode 60 of the Teachonomy Talks podcast. In this episode I talk about what it means to be an Evergreen Teacher. The goal is to encourage you, and hopefully by the end of the episode you will enter your classroom with pride and a newfound energy to be Evergreen.


059: Two Minute Timeout For Teachers… Be The Example!

Welcome to Episode 59 of the Teachonomy Talks podcast.  In today’s Two Minute Timeout for Teachers I focus on a quote that is based on an essay published in 1875 called “Social Aims” by Ralph Waldo Emerson.

The quote, “What you do speaks so loudly that I cannot hear what you say” can really help us reflect on the impact our actions have on our students each day.

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