61: Create More. – Tim Cavey shares why he is focused on creating content, learning, and relationships.

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Listen to episode 61 of the Teach Better Talk Podcast

18 year veteran teacher, and host of the Teachers On Fire Podcast, Tim Cavey, chats with us about his journey to podcasting, why you should have an “education only” Twitter account, and how his district has implemented gradeless assessments. Tim shares how a low moment in his life has led to positives, why you might want to start podcasting, the … Read More

60: Go Change The World. – Tamara Letter shares how to create opportunities for students to become kindness cultivators in their communities.

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Listen to episode #60 of the Teach Better Talk Podcast with Tamara Letter

Kindness cultivator and author, Tamara Letter, chats with us about her journey teaching in multiple states, circling back home, and becoming a published author. We chat about how she supports teachers, students, and admins, and what her greatest success has been. Tamara shares why who you surround yourself with is crucial, the importance of giving yourself some grace, and how … Read More

58: Learning Opportunities – Chris Chappotin talks with us about growing as learners and servants so we can turn it toward our students.

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Listen to episode 58 of the Teach Better Talk Podcast with Chris Chappotin.

Chris Chappotin chats with us about growing as learners and servants so we can turn it toward our students. He breaks down his district’s 3 components for creating engaging learning, and why he tries to be a person of high energy who tries to pour that energy into others. Chris talks about getting into a routine of kindness, dealing with … Read More

#1 Tip for Classroom Management: Engagement, Engagement, Engagement

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In this post: Education must be more than neon paper, glittery notebooks, and one day after school events. Every time I work with a group of teachers on classroom management strategies, a groan takes over the room when I say that dreaded word….. Engagement! The endless misconceptions of what engagement actually means are the root causes of each groan. What … Read More