Show 86: Empowering Students through Authentic Experiences

Ken EhrmannpowerED Up Podcast

Autumn Rivera is the Colorado 2022 Teacher of the Year and finalist for National Teacher of the Year.  She is a middle school science teacher and part-time adjunct educator.  She loves to create and engaging environment where students are hands on.  She empowers her students to see how they have the ability to make changes now and see those changes. … Read More

Making Every Day Part of My Resume

Maria Montroni-CurraisBlog, Lead Better, Reflect Better

TL;DR: There is no instruction manual for handling situations as they arise in the teaching world. Know that everything you encounter, whether negative or positive, becomes a part of your resume. Maria Montroni-Currais joined Rae on the Daily Drop In to talk about refreshing routines.  Click here to watch! Recently, I participated in an arbitration hearing between the board of education and … Read More

Teachers, Write Your Own Headlines

Kelly PascarellaBlog, Connect Better, Engage Better, Reflect Better

TL;DR: Writing your own headlines can help transform negativity into a more positive light. Focus on the good. We know when we do that, the good just keeps getting better. Write Your Own Headlines! There’s a story floating around the Internet by Pastor Andy Stanley with the idea of writing your own headlines. Given the state of the world and … Read More

Episode #109: Play and Joy through Embodied Learning with Tommaso Lana

Barbara BrayRethinking Learning Podcast

Rethinking Learning Podcast Episode 109 with Tommaso Lana

Tommaso (Tom) Lana is a performance and consulting artist, and creator of Embodied Learning. I’ve had several conversations with Tom and am excited about sharing his journey with you from growing up in Milan, about the German school, and learning several languages.  Your background I grew up in the early 80s in the south outskirt of Milan, Italy. When I … Read More