Show 130, Summer PD Series: Digging Deep on Relationships

Ken EhrmannpowerED Up Podcast

In every podcast we hear from our guests, relationships matter. Care for the students, be real, be present, etc.  This is, without a doubt, true, but how do we do it well? This podcast digs deep on this question and forces our guests to create a guide for how teachers can create successful relationships with students. Bethany Petty and Candace … Read More

58 Be REAL & Reach Your Goals with Tara Martin

Michele Schmidt MooreDesign Lessons Podcast

Today we are talking with Tara Martin, author of the books BE REAL and Cannonball In, a children’s book.  I left this conversation with Tara inspired and energized to write the book that I always said I would write.  Perhaps you have a goal that you have been putting off.  Tara shares how we can free our minds to take … Read More

You Have Two Seconds

John VanDusenBlog, Connect Better, Engage Better, Innovate Better, Lesson Plan Better, Manage Better, Reflect Better

TL;DR: You have two seconds to grab and hold your students’ attention. They have conditioned their brains to consume content they wish to consume for short periods of time. Students lacking attention, focus, and respect for elders is not something new so how do we become better teachers tomorrow than we are today? Three principles that help us be better … Read More

57 How Atomic Interactions Create Your Relationships with Livia Chan

Michele Schmidt MooreDesign Lessons Podcast

Hey Designers. Today we are talking to Livia Chan about relationships, the relationships we have with ourselves, and how to enrich our lives through our connections with each other. Livia Chan is a head teacher, writer, and presenter deeply passionate about community, leading with heart and positivity, and seeing relationships as gifts. Connect with the Host Dr. Michele Schmidt Moore … Read More

Relationships & Communication: 3 Strategies for Success at School and Home

Tre GammageBlog, Lead Better, Manage Better

TL;DR: Strong relationships lead to more success. Be flexible with your communication style to help support everyone. In 2016, LinkedIn published an article declaring that 85% of jobs are filled through networking. And most of these jobs are filled before they are even posted online (Adler 2020). This has nothing to do with education but everything to do with relationships. They … Read More