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Teacher Talk Live 9: Teacher Shortage
 
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Teacher Shortage in the US...Is it real? Is it ust media hype? What are the statistics saying and where are they coming from? What are the problems contributing to this? Teacher Salaries? Recruitment strategies? Decreasing teaching majors? These and others are questions we discuss in this episode.
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Weddingp1
 
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Difficult Conversations At School - Teachers Talk Live
 
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Certain relationships in the school work site can be sensitive and sometimes difficult to navigate. Do we need PD on how to interact productively in difficult situations at school? Personality clashes, politics and career advancements may be some of the challenges that face a teacher among his/her peers and/or superiors. We explore the best way to navigate through these and maintain a positive workplace. Our panelists for Episode 6 are Jason Cross @principalcross, Greg Goins @wfsuper and Brian Smith @dad2ella **Bios for our panelists are below** Head over to TeachCow.com to learn how to be on our live talks or to see our Full video version and resources. Jason Cross currently serves as Vice President of Education for Kyte Learning, an online resource for educational technology instruction for educators. As an information technology graduate from Colorado Christian University, Jason worked to bring technology to the forefront of the education process at Elizabeth High School. Working as the Business Department chair he created new programs for technology instruction, including Game Design and Development, Web Technologies and Programming. In recent years he served as the Principal and Executive Administrator of Legacy Academy where he instituted a transformational one to one program. He currently works with schools on PD initiatives and holds a vision of the future where schools use technology to accomplish what we currently view to be impossible. Dr. Greg Goins is in his 13th year as a school district superintendent in Southern Illinois. Dr. Goins also serves as an Associate Professor in the Educational Leadership Program for McKendree University and is the creator and moderator of the Southern Illinois Ed Chat (#siedchat) on Wednesday nights at 7 pm central standard time. He is also the host of the Goin' Digital Podcast for school leaders that will launch in the summer of 2015. Brian Smith is Former Kindergarten teacher who began his career in Special Education. He is currently the RtI (Responsiveness to Instruction)/PD Facilitator for Newton-Conover City Schools in North Carolina.
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Exploring Learning Styles - Teachers Talk Live
 
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Let's explore learning styles and how they are used in the classroom. How do we maximize the benefits from this knowledge? Are there limitations to learning styles as has been debated by well respected educators and researchers? Let's explore the research and become better equipped for our 21st century students. Our panelists Carrie Baughcum, Mario Stamegna and Zack Clancy do a fantastic job of immersing us in this important topic! Learn more about them below: Carrie Baughcum - @heckawesome - Momma. Wife. Mismatch Sock Wearer. Doodler. Special Education Teacher. Learning Enthusiast. Inspiration Junkie...I think life, learning and doodling are HECK AWESOME! Mario Stamegna - @mrstamegna has been teaching for over 6 years with the Toronto Catholic District School Board. Teaching is a second career and before he went into teaching, he held a variety of positions from restaurant entrepreneur to professional musician. He is currently working towards his Teacher Level I Google Certification. Zack Clancy - @TeacherTalkwZC has taught special-ed students for 12 years. He is working on his doctorate in education and publishes a podcast about education called Teacher Talk with Zack Clancy every two weeks.
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Beating Teacher Stress - Teachers Talk Live
 
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As teachers, how do we manage all our classroom to dos including grading, school data management, campus responsibilities, communications, behavior management, etc while maximizing our teaching without breaking down or running out of juice? How do we keep good teachers from burning out and leaving the profession while helping others figure out a way forward when they've truly searched their soul and found teaching may not be their calling? Join our panelists by chatting with us live at TeachCow.com and let's find solutions! Our panelists this time around are: Chasity Strawder has been an educator for over 10 years. She was formerly an elementary teacher in Michigan, and now she is pursuing a future career as a school administrator. Chasity is also an author and a motivational speaker. Dan Van Der Vieren (@RTBCoaching) is a second-year math teacher who teaches in rural Colorado. He lives in Fort Morgan, CO with his wife and son. He is finishing his Master's degree from University of Colorado Denver. He has taught developmental math at the community college level for two years before acquiring a secondary teacher's license. He also manages a tutoring business called Raising The Bar Academic Coaching, a two-year-old company that serves several communities in Colorado. He plays and composes classical fingerstyle guitar in his free time. His personal aspirations include being a speaker on TEDx or TED and becoming Colorado Teacher of the Year during my teaching career. Bradley Weinstein (@teachergoals) is a 7th and 8th grade science teacher at Zionsville West Middle School. He also serves as the STEM department chair and cross country coach. He is the creator of @teachergoals and often hashtag #teachergoals. Innovation and thinking outside of the box are his goals. Grace Wilhelm (@counselorgrames) is a National Board Certified Counselor with over sixteen years experience. She enthusiastically presents to counselors, teachers, youth workers, and parents on anger, stress, crises intervention, communication, data, counseling programs, play sessions, and more. Mrs. Wilhelm has been awarded ASCA National School Counselor of the Year Semifinalist, RAMP, and FLDOE Parent Involvement Award. She has written student workbooks on anger control and stress management. She has completed two DVDs on Games and Play to Enhance Counseling and Teaching Strategies: Creative Ways to Engage Students in Small Groups, Classrooms or Individual Counseling Sessions.
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Teacher Talk Live 5: Reflections
 
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Originally aired June 16, 2015 Let's celebrate our successes and accomplishments in education from 2014-2015! Accomplished teachers from all over the world sat down and shared with us what made them a success this year. REFLECTIONS ON THE SCHOOL YEAR. Stories of success and accomplishments. How do you replenish before it starts back up again? Who made you smile the most? What are the biggest hurdles you overcame? To whom do you attribute part of your success in 2014-2015? Featured in this episode: Justin Birckbichleer Daniel Blanchard Meghan Everette Dr. Greg Goins Melissa Hellwig Alexis Ivey Renaldo Lawrence Brian Smith Felecia Young @FITinEDU https://www.facebook.com/FITinEDU a www.funintegratingtechnology.com
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Collaboration for Better Teaching - Teachers Talk Live
 
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How do we maintain innovation at our schools? How do we get our school teachers to collaborate and raise everyone's game? In episode 9 of Teachers Talk Live, we discuss innovative ways of creating a community of collaboration with every education profession in your campus even when you think your personal differences could get in the way. We explore how to establish a strong collaborative community of learners within the teachers, students and community at large. We explore informal social meetings, empowering teachers and supporting their confidence and creating safe spaces for all to feel free to share. Sharing is caring! Our panelists and chatters at TeachCow.com will contribute the latest and greatest in innovation. You will hear from Meg Flanagan, Carina Hilbert and Sherbet Miller-Payton. Below you may learn about them and how to make contact on Twitter! Meg Flanagan is a teacher and education blogger who thrives on collaborative teaching and learning. She holds an M.Ed in Special Education as well as a BS in Elementary Education. She has taught, and is certified in, CA, VA, and MA in both areas. Meg blogs at MilKids Education Consulting on all topics education, teaching, and military kids. @MilKidsEd Carina Hilbert is an eighth grade ELA teacher in Kalamazoo, Michigan. She is in her tenth year of teaching and has taught in urban, suburban, and rural schools and every level from remedial to Advanced Placement. She earned her master's degree in teaching TESOL from the University of Southern California's Rossier Online program last May and is ecstatic about getting to teach English again after a hiatus of teaching only Spanish for two years. She resides in Kalamazoo with her two children and a very loud cat. @CarinaHilbert Sherbet Miller-Payton -- After teaching high school literature for 14 years, Shervette Miller-Payton now serves as an assistant principal where she continues advocating transformative technology and authentic assessments. In addition to being a doctoral student at University of Georgia, she connects with educators on Twitter and Voxer @ATLTeacher.
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A Talk with Bradley Metrock
 
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We will discuss live the impact of Ibooks in independent publishing and what that means for educators.  We will also go into what to expect from the Ibooks Author Conference in October. For more information on how to author in iBooks, head to www.ibooksauthor.guru www.ibooksauthor.services Information on the conference at: www.iBooksAuthorConference.com
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Teacher Talk Live 7: Get A Fresh Start!
 
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Everything you need from expert educators to set you on the right foot from day one of school.
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Getting Published with Dave Burgess
 
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This is an addendum to our June 30 Teacher Talk Live episode on how someone goes about getting published.
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Teacher Talk Live 4: #Summerslide
 
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TOPIC: Summer opportunities and how can parents engage students during vacation to avoid loss of progress in the fall. This is a friendly forum education professionals to discuss public school resources, every day hacks, advice and collaboration. We want our viewers to walk away with something useful they can take back to their classrooms and make their lives easier. INFO. PAGE FOR THE SHOW and former episodes AT TEACHCOW.COM/TEACHERTALK Summer Vacation? Summer still rules! https://drive.google.com/open?id=0B_fwBJSzwVx4Z2pOQzdMN0d5YTlabWdYY0lINkE2QjZNY0t3&authuser=0 End-of-year printable STEAM ideas with interactive web links: http://www.scholastic.com/teachers/top-teaching/2013/05/avoid-summer-slide-these-fun-summer-reading-ideas Why not make Summer a time for children to learn about what they want to learn about? Read about what they want to read about, write, do math and create what they want to learn about.... Resources for Genius Hour (20% time) High School Students: Stay connected this Summer https://drive.google.com/open?id=0B_fwBJSzwVx4bVU1WGRnUklieW8zaDNWSFpFWUJ5RlRleUtr&authuser=0 10 Things Every Parent Should Know About Play What The Research Says About Play http://families.naeyc.org/learning-and-development/child-development/10-things-every-parent-should-know-about-play
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Teacher Talk Live 8: Teacher Tech
 
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Professionals unite to discuss and show off the latest technology being used in the classroom. With additional help from our live audience on July 28, 2005 we sorted through what is the latest, greatest and most essential tech in the classroom. Are tech teachers necessarily the most effective? Do we need to have the very latest? How do we best equip ourselves to prepare students for the future? OUR PANEL: Monica Burns Josie Cellone Amy Krawczyk Sean Mitchell Michael Pfannenstiel Kevin Sullivan Joe Young MORE INFORMATION About our guests and the show: www.teachcow.com
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Teacher Talk Live 2: ALL ABOUT MATH
 
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Original Air Date: May 12, 2015 Featuring Zack Clancy, Education Podcaster, Ruby Ramirez, Principal Deandria Miller, HS Math Teacher, Aletha Williams, HS Science Elementary Math, Dede Rittman, author and more! Come and share your best apps, videos and technology that help you in the classroom. We will add conversation topics centered around helping children comprehend Math. To learn more about our podcast, go to TeachCow.Com/Teachertalk
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#TeacherTalkLive
 
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Tune in at TeachCow.Com
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TEACHCOW Rocks
 
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This video is about TEACHCOW Promo
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A Talk with Neil Haley
 
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Neil Haley of The Total Tutor Network will be interviewing Oscar C. Staton of Teach Cow on his innovative PLN Teacher Talk Live.  Discussion will also center around the new SAT format!  Neil is not happy so you need to tune in and hear about this!
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Let's Talk!
 
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Tune in at TeachCow.Com and follow @teachcow
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Fiel Trip Zoom Talk
 
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This video is about zoominterview
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Making Sense of Homework -- Teachers Talk Live
 
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There's plenty to discuss in the homework debate. Some want to abolish it altogether while others are fiercely supportive. Is it important in elementary school or more relevant in junior high and high school? There are plenty of conflicting views as well as conflicting research. What is clear though is that, if prescribed, homework needs to be focused, purposeful and limited to a reasonable amount so as to not take away from home life. Every classroom, school, community and state is different and this also needs to be taken into account when we make blanket statements about what works in each school or classroom. Our panelists on this show are: Carrie Baughcum // @heckawesome Momma. Wife. Mismatch Sock Wearer. Doodler. Special Education Teacher. Learning Enthusiast. Inspiration Junkie...I think life, learning and doodling are HECK AWESOME! Matt Miller // @jmattmiller Matt Miller is a teacher, blogger and the author of “Ditch That Textbook,” a book about revolutionizing the classroom with innovative teaching, mindsets and curriculum. He has infused technology and innovative teaching methods in his classes for more than 10 years. Matt is a Google Certified Teacher, PBS LearningMedia Digital Innovator and two-time Bammy! Awards nominee. He writes at the Ditch That Textbook blog about using technology and creative ideas in teaching. Reach him at [email protected] Joe Young // @jyoung12 Joe has taught first, second, and fifth grades in the Palo Alto Unified School District. He has served as a site-based tech lead, district tech lead teacher, math lead teacher, and grade level lead teacher. He has facilitated and led workshops on guided reading, math, number talks, edtech and served on the district’s STEAM Leadership group. Joe was part of the pilot program for the implementation of his district's learning management system at the elementary school level and concurrently implemented a 1:1 iPad program in his fifth grade class. Last year he had the privilege of being in a 1:1 Chromebook fifth grade classroom. Joe is constantly reflecting and refining his teaching, and is passionate about sharing, collaborating, and networking with others. He is excited to begin a new journey for the Palo Alto Unified School District as a math coach/Teacher on Special Assignment.
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Social Media & Schools -- Teachers Talk Live
 
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Social Media & Schools...Pinterest, Facebook, Twitter..what else? How do we harness these prominent and emerging tools to better our classrooms? How does social media impact it? How is it impacting our learning and collaboration as teachers?
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Wedding pt2
 
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#TTLv3
 
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Tune in at TeachCow.Com and follow @teachcow
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All About Me - Teachers Talk Live 1
 
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Teacher Shortage in the US...Is it real? Is it ust media hype? What are the statistics saying and where are they coming from? What are the problems contributing to this? Teacher Salaries? Recruitment strategies? Decreasing teaching majors? These and others are questions we discuss in this episode.
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Teachers Talk Live Promo
 
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Tune in at TeachCow.Com and follow @teachcow
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Statonfeed
 
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Teachers Talk Live WedPromo
 
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Tune in at TeachCow.Com and follow @teachcow
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Reception
 
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Teaming Up with Hispanic Parents --Teachers Talk Live
 
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On this talk, we will have expert panelist as well as receive input from our TeachCow.com chat on the cultural nuances every teacher needs to know when working with Hispanic families and getting the most out of their students.  You may visit our site now at  http://teachcow.com/2015/12/16/ttl12precast/ to listen to the PreCast and get a better idea of the type of discussion.  We encourage your participation as this will stream at TeachCow.com/live
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Send off
 
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TTL & New format
 
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Tune in at TeachCow.Com and follow @teachcow
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Maximizing Coach-Teacher Relationships -- Teachers Talk Live
 
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On this talk, we will have expert panelist as well as receive input from our TeachCow.com/live chat on how to establish and nurture the most productive Coach-Teacher relationships for maximum productivity and growth.  We will examine best practices for coaches and teachers on how best to interact and collaborate. We encourage your participation as this will stream at TeachCow.com/live ....If you wish to be a panelist on this topic, please head to that same site and fill out our guest form.
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Cake cutting
 
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Teacher Talk FIRST trailer
 
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Elementary teachers, parents and all invested are invited to share ideas with us for our first podcast!
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A Talk with Michael Windelspecht
 
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As part of our educational series Teacher Talk Live, Michael Windelspecht was part of a panel on publishing for teachers. In this session, he lends his knowledge to further discuss the route to publishing and the technological advances related to it. Watch on how Mr. Windelspecht discusses these advances and how educators can benefit! You may follow him @mwindelspecht and find out about all the amazing things he is doing at www.ricochetprod.com www.ricochetscience.com
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Teacher Talk Live 6: Get Published!
 
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Get Published--The ins and outs, pitfalls and opportunities available to you right now. Published authors discuss their process for getting published and take questions from viewers.
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Bullying in the Higher Grades - Teachers Talk Live
 
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How do we empower our students struggling in the higher grades and beyond? How do we minimize harmful cyberbullying? How do we encourage tolerance and teach empathy? What about actual teacher bullying and the bullying of LGBT students? What role do the schools have in all this? If you'd like to see the video version and all the resources, head over to TeachCow.com and click Teachers Talk Live! Our panelists are: Dan Blanchard the Award Winning Author, Speaker, Educator two-time Junior Olympian Wrestler, and two-time Junior Olympian Wrestling Coach grew up as a student-athlete. However, Dan admits that as a youth he was more of an athlete than a student. Dan has now successfully completed fourteen years of college and has earned seven degrees. He teaches Special Education in Connecticut’s largest inner-city high school where he was chosen by the AFT-CT as the face and voice of educational reform. Dan was with the team that put forth Connecticut’s new Social Studies Frameworks and is also a member of the Special Education Advisory Board to the Connecticut State Department of Education. In addition, Dan is a Teacher Consultant for the University of Connecticut’s Writing Project. Finally, Dan is a double veteran of the Army and the Air Force. Because Dan’s students repeatedly asked him to write a book to tell others what he tells them, Dan finally listened and has now authored the Granddaddy’s Secrets teen leadership book series. His first book Feeling Lucky? is available at Amazon: http://tinyurl.com/ocr9pze. Dan is currently writing a second edition for his second book, Feeling Good. His third book of the Granddaddy’s Secrets series,Feeling Strong! will be out next year. His academia books on writing lesson plans for English Language Learners and Students with Disabilities that align with the Common Core, and his other on evaluating professional development should be out this fall and winter. As an educator, coach, tutor, author, speaker, life coach, columnist, blogger and parent Dan feels that it is his duty to positively influence our youth every chance that he gets! He lives with his wife, Jennifer, their five children, and family dog, Daisy in Connecticut. Julie Fantinato has been an Elementary Guidance Teacher/Counsellor for the past 17 years, and a teacher with the Toronto Catholic District School board since 1991. She has been on the Board of the Ontario School Counsellors Association for 7 years and has been an instructor of additional qualifications courses for teachers in Guidance and Career Education, at the Ontario Institute for Studies in Education since 2005. She currently services 15 elementary schools and provides classroom programming and individual/group counselling in such areas as Building Healthy Relationships, Bullying Prevention, Social Skills, Self-Esteem, Mental Health and Wellness, Transition to High School and Pathways/Career Exploration.She has had specific training in Applied Suicide Intervention Skills, Roots of Empathy, Restorative Circles, Friends for Life and Violent-Threat Risk Assessment. Barbara Gruener, school counselor and author of What's Under Your Cape? has had the pleasure of working with all grade levels preK-12th during her 32 years in public education. When she's not in school influencing kids, it's likely she's motivating adults through her interactive workshops and inspirational keynotes. Adrienne Katz is a director of Bullying Intervention Group in UK. Her organization runs a national award for excellence in bullying intervention. They do research, training, offer resources to schools etc I also direct The Cybersurvey, collecting data on young people's online lives. She is an author and trainer Her special field is cyberbullying . Gina Vincent has been an Elementary Guidance Teacher/Counsellor for the past 17 years, and a teacher with the Toronto Catholic District School board since 1991. I have been on the Board of the Ontario School Counsellors Association for 7 years and have been an instructor of additional qualifications courses for teachers in Guidance and Career Education, at the Ontario Institute for Studies in Education since 2005. I currently service 15 elementary schools and provide classroom programming and individual/group counselling in such areas as Building Healthy Relationships, Bullying Prevention, Social Skills, Self-Esteem, Mental Health and Wellness, Transition to High School and Pathways/Career Exploration. I have had specific training in Applied Suicide Intervention Skills, Roots of Empathy, Restorative Circles, Friends for Life and Violent-Threat Risk Assessment.
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Bullying On Campus -- Teachers Talk Live
 
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Bullying happens throughout schools on a regular basis and even with media exposure and education, the problem continues. How do we better educate the public? How is legislation in each different state improving the current situation? How do we instill empathy and kindness into our fellow humans? What programs are working and where do we need the most growth? Listen to our topic experts Daniel Blanchard, Jamie Ciofalo, Mike Dreiblatt, Kevin Sullivan and Leah Zufall
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Live Talk with Michael "The Wanz" Wansley
 
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We talk educational influences, career and more with Michael Wansley from "Thrift Shop" by Macklemore and Ryan Lewis
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Teacher Talk Live 1
 
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Teacher Talk Live is a Google Hangouts On Air to discuss classroom ideas, resources, best practices and more. The desired outcome is that teachers walk away feeling empowered and with more tools and ideas to improve the classroom experience for themselves and for their students. It is intended for elementary teachers but all are welcome. This episode features: Administrator Jaime Sandoval, Author Dede Rittman and Secondary educator Aletha Williams discuss their educational background, parental involvement and the most essential tools for an educator.
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Teacher Talk Live 3: SPECIAL EDUCATION
 
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This is a friendly forum for education professionals to discuss public school resources, best practices, every day hacks, advice and collaboration. We want our viewers to walk away with something useful they can take back to their classrooms and make their lives easier. If you are not interested in being a panelist, you may still participate in our Q&A portions and we will answer them live to the best of our ability. INFO. PAGE FOR THE SHOW AT TEACHCOW.COM/TEACHERTALK RELATED LINKS Zack Clancy podcast: What are IEPs? http://zackclancy.podbean.com/e/episode-8-what-are-ieps/ Dede Rittman's website and book http://www.dederittman.com Dan Blanchard's website and book http://granddaddyssecrets.com
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Crowdfunding, Grants & More -- Teachers Talk Live
 
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FIND MORE AT TeachCow.com How do teachers make ends meet within a limited budget? Many times they take to sites like Donorschoose.org to fund activities and projects for the classroom. But how do we navigate the site correctly and what should we be doing to maximize funding? Through this episode we seek to discuss grant opportunities available for teachers. This talk is all about expanding the possibilities of what teachers can do for their classrooms without monetary limitations. Featured guests are: Nicole Maguire, 4th grade teacher in Greensboro in North Carolina (@NLMTeach) Doug Robertson, currently teaching 5th graders in Norther Oregon. He's written two book on teaching. He's the "Weird Teacher" and "THE Teaching Text (You're Welcome)" He's also the editor of the CUE blog (blog.cue.org) (@TheWeirdTeacher) Chris Thomas, member of a School Governor's Board in the UK and creator of My Live School http://myliveschool.org
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