Can you believe this is the 200th episode of the podcast?! Me neither.
Thank you so much for being a part of this journey. To celebrate, I wanted this episode to be an opportunity for you to ask me anything. I asked you guys to submit your questions to me, so in this episode, you’ll hear my answers.
I’m reflecting on things we’ve covered in the last 200 episodes and answering questions about finding balance, supporting students, and so much more.
The journey doesn’t end here. I can’t wait to see what the future of the podcast brings and I hope you’ll be here for it!
If you’ve ever wanted to pick my brain, I know you’ll love this episode.
In Today’s Episode We Discuss:
- Maximizing your prep time
- How to avoid spending your evenings planning lessons for the next day
- The easiest way to communicate with parents
- Maximizing recess time
- Prioritizing what needs to get done
- How to address students who are working significantly below grade level
- Meeting your students where they are
- Advocating for your students
- Utilizing your resources
We all know it’s been a crazy couple of years for teachers and students, so I hope this episode helps answer some of your questions about finding balance in your classroom after the pandemic. Be patient with your students and willing to meet them where they are and you’ll be just fine.
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Other Episodes You’ll Enjoy:
199: Classroom Management Fundamentals
197: Should We Teach Writing Form or Writing Process?
196: Prepare Your Students and Yourself For Guided Reading
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