101: Thoughts for Teachers: Do Your Flaws Form a Foundation?

Welcome to Episode 101 of the Teachonomy Talks podcast. Today is a Thought for Teachers episode. Today 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 Your Flaws Form a Foundation? Often times what seems to be a blemish on the surface can actually be a transformational experience that sets the foundation for an even greater impact. When we take a moment to reflect on how our ‘cracks’ in our teaching road make us even better teachers, we can change the game entirely. Lets talk about it…


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100: Thoughts for Teachers: What Legacy Are You Leaving Behind?

Welcome to Episode 100 of the Teachonomy Talks podcast. Today is a Thought for Teachers Episode to help you reflect on your impact. Today’s thought is this: What Legacy are you leaving behind? Taking a moment to think about our impact as something that will be left for the next generation, can really change how we approach everything we do in and out of the classroom. Lets talk about it…


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099: Two Minute Timeout for Teachers: Value Every Moment

Welcome to Episode 99 of the Teachonomy Talks podcast. In today’s Two Minute Timeout for Teachers I focus on a quote from Dr Seuss. Whether we have read his stories as children, or we still teach them today to our students, the moments of laughter and happiness that are usually tied to them will remain with us forever. Take your timeout today and reflect on how important it is value every moment we have as teachers.


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098: Thoughts for Teachers: Do You ‘Break Bread’ in Your Classroom?

Welcome to Episode 98 of the Teachonomy Talks podcast. Today’s episode is a Thought for Teachers that is inspired by a past time we all enjoy…breaking bread together. Today’s thought: How do you ‘Break Bread’ in your classroom? If you are wondering what breaking bread has to do with your teaching, I would encourage you to listen for the next few minutes and be encouraged to reflect on an aspect of our teaching that cannot go overlooked. Lets talk about it…


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097: Thoughts for Teachers: How Will You Spend Your Dash?

Welcome to Episode 97 of the Teachonomy Talks podcast. Today’s episode is inspired by my grandmother. I give a glimpse into my personal life in hopes to inspire and encourage you as you begin your week. Today’s thought: How will you spend your dash? If you are wondering what your dash is… it is perhaps one of the most important things to consider every single year if you are looking to make a lasting impact on the students you teach. Lets talk about it…


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096: Two Minute Timeout For Teachers… Show Them They Matter

Welcome to Episode 96 of the Teachonomy Talks podcast. In today’s Two Minute Timeout for Teachers I share a simple song lyric taken from the movie The Greatest Showman. The goal behind this episode is to inspire you to make EVERY student feel empowered and important for who they are as people.


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095: Thoughts for Teachers: Is Your Classroom a Reality TV Competition?

Welcome to Episode 95 of the Teachonomy Talks podcast. Today’s episode is all about reflecting on how YOUR classroom is very much like the popular reality TV show America’s Got Talent. Today’s thought: Is your classroom a reality TV competition? Lets talk about it…


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094: Thoughts for Teachers: What is Your Label?

Welcome to Episode 94 of the Teachonomy Talks podcast. Today’s episode is all about a reflecting on labels in teaching. Todays thought: What is your label? How do your students view you, and how do you view yourself as a teacher? Lets talk about it…


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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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