52: One Drop Of Kindness – Jeffrey Kubiak talks with us about adapting, crushing it, and how one drop of kindness can be a win for everyone.

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Listen to episode 52 of the Teach Better Talk Podcast with Jeffrey Kubiak

 Elementary principal, and author of “One Drop Of Kindness,” Jeffrey Kubiak, chats about supporting his teachers no matter what, always reflecting and adjusting to adapt to what the world is doing to our kids, and how one drop of kindness can change everything. Jeff gives some insight into his book, “One Drop Of Kindness,” shocks us with his awesome … Read More

51: Students First. – Lauren Salsinger chats with us about keeping students in the forefront of every decision we make, and the crucial promise she made to herself.

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Listen to episode 51 of the Teach Better Talk Podcast with Lauren Salsinger

Elementary teacher turned Student Learning Coach, Lauren Salsinger, chats with us about keeping students in the forefront of every decision we make, stepping out of your comfort zone, and the crucial promise she made to herself. Lauren shares the power of building relationships with not just our students, but our stakeholders as well, and reminds us that it’s okay to … Read More

48: In AWE – Sarah Johnson shares her journey of creating In AWE, amplifying women, and the importance of taking care of yourself.

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Listen to episode 48 of the Teach Better Talk Podcast with Sarah Johnson, co-author of Balance Like A Pirate

 Educator, consultant, entrepreneur, and co-author of “Balance Like A Pirate,” Sarah Johnson, shares her passion for amplifying women, the importance of taking care of yourself, and the power of listening, learning, and focusing on your personal routine. We discuss Sarah’s leap of faith in launching the In AWE, LLC, her awesome running streak, and why our mindset matters. Episode … Read More

47: Being Coachable – Steve Diveley chats with us about his work with the AIMS Network, how we can question ourselves for the purpose of improvement, and the importance of being coachable.

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Listen to episode 47 of the Teach Better Talk podcast.

Junior high principal, and AIMS Network President, Steve Diveley, talks with us about finding positive people to be your lifeline and asking for help when you need it. Steve chats with us about his work with the AIMS Network, how we can question ourselves for the purpose of improvement, and the importance of being coachable. Episode Highlights 3:05 – Steve … Read More