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One of the biggest struggles teachers face is managing their time effectively and striking a healthy balance in their lives.We all know the sense of overwhelm we feel when the to-do list grows and regenerates faster than we can keep up.Time chunking may be a solution to help reduce the stress caused by a large number of tasks requiring attention.Join us in our new For the Love of Teaching Facebook group, where we chat about the podcast, feature live vids of guests, and talk teaching!Need a little motivation on a Monday? Jill and Bron are experienced primary school teachers; they get it! Join them for inspiration and encouragement to get you buzzing through the school week!Have you tried the new Teach Starter App? We'd love to hear your thoughts so please leave us a review in the Apple App Store!Download the app for free now in the Apple Store or Google Play.Have you subscribed to For the Love of Teaching? Don't forget! It means you'll be the first to know whenever a new episode of The Buzz goes live.For the Love of Teaching is a podcast by Teach Starter. We make quality, downloadable teaching resources that save teachers hours of time and make their classrooms buzz!  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
This week Sarah Weston, teacher and assistant principal, joins Bron to talk about how we can use RUOK Day (10 September) to show kindness to our colleagues, our students and ourselves.Join us in our new For the Love of Teaching Facebook group, where we chat about the podcast, feature live vids of guests, and talk teaching!Have you subscribed to For the Love of Teaching? Don't forget! It means you'll be the first to know whenever a new episode is released.For the Love of Teaching is a podcast by Teach Starter. We make quality, downloadable teaching resources that save teachers hours of time and make their classrooms buzz!  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Mr D tells the tale of a young student who turned up to school with a glam mani. Join us in our new For the Love of Teaching Facebook group, where we chat about the podcast, feature live vids of guests, and talk teaching!Have you subscribed to For the Love of Teaching? Don't forget! It means you'll be the first to know whenever a new episode is released.For the Love of Teaching is a podcast by Teach Starter. We make quality, downloadable teaching resources that save teachers hours of time and make their classrooms buzz!  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
To colour code or not? In this episode, we chat about the benefits of colour coding and lots of ways you may already be doing it. Do you like colour coding in the classroom?Join us in our new For the Love of Teaching Facebook group, where we chat about the podcast, feature live vids of guests, and talk teaching!Have you subscribed to For the Love of Teaching? Don't forget! It means you'll be the first to know whenever a new episode is released.For the Love of Teaching is a podcast by Teach Starter. We make quality, downloadable teaching resources that save teachers hours of time and make their classrooms buzz!  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Mel Taylor is a relatively establishing teacher, having spent 3 years in the profession. She's undertaken a variety of roles, spending time as a casual and classroom teacher, and now Mel is using her Instagram page @taylormade_teaching_au to inspire and support new teachers. Mel joined me to talk about the experiences she had (good and bad) which led her to make inspirational posts and help others in the digital space.Join us in our new For the Love of Teaching Facebook group, where we chat about the podcast, feature live vids of guests, and talk teaching!Have you subscribed to For the Love of Teaching? Don't forget! It means you'll be the first to know whenever a new episode is released.For the Love of Teaching is a podcast by Teach Starter. We make quality, downloadable teaching resources that save teachers hours of time and make their classrooms buzz!  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Calling out is a huge problem for teachers everywhere. Join us for this classic Friday Funny where Mr D shares the awkward moment when his student blurted in class!Join us in our new For the Love of Teaching Facebook group, where we chat about the podcast, feature live vids of guests, and talk teaching!Have you subscribed to For the Love of Teaching? Don't forget! It means you'll be the first to know whenever a new episode is released.For the Love of Teaching is a podcast by Teach Starter. We make quality, downloadable teaching resources that save teachers hours of time and make their classrooms buzz!  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Teachers are great at improvising and thinking on their feet when lessons go unexpectedly. But does that skill transfer to the moment you realise your student has brought something totally strange to school? Keep your cool, teachers; it's an initiation!Join us in our new For the Love of Teaching Facebook group, where we chat about the podcast, feature live vids of guests, and talk teaching!Have you subscribed to For the Love of Teaching? Don't forget! It means you'll be the first to know whenever a new episode is released.For the Love of Teaching is a podcast by Teach Starter. We make quality, downloadable teaching resources that save teachers hours of time and make their classrooms buzz!  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Teaching is a profession which is known to be physically demanding, right down to the floor. Sara tells us about two common conditions she sees in her teacher patients, and offers some great, professional tips for preventing future foot conditions and alleviating current pain.Join us in our new For the Love of Teaching Facebook group, where we chat about the podcast, feature live vids of guests, and talk teaching!Have you subscribed to For the Love of Teaching? Don't forget! It means you'll be the first to know whenever a new episode is released.For the Love of Teaching is a podcast by Teach Starter. We make quality, downloadable teaching resources that save teachers hours of time and make their classrooms buzz!  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
American elementary schools are known for many great things; iconic yellow buses, locker-lined halls and sunlit classrooms. They're also homes of cafeterias which serve some questionable items (think sloppy joes and hotdogs). In this episode, one young student questioned the origin of some of the delicacies on the school lunch menu, and his peers had some rather interesting theories to contribute to the conversation!He's a teacher. He's a comedian. He's a self-proclaimed "teachmedian". Joe (Mr D) Dombrowski is here to brighten up your week with his infectious laugh and hilarious stories. Brace yourself, because when it comes to dishing the dirt on teaching, kids and life in general, Joe doesn't hold back.Don't miss an episode! Have you subscribed to For the Love of Teaching? Don't forget! It means you'll be the first to know whenever a new episode is released.For the Love of Teaching is a podcast by Teach Starter. We make quality, downloadable teaching resources that save teachers hours of time and make their classrooms buzz! See you next week for another dose of Friday Funnies!  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
There are some things that formal teacher training courses fail to teach us. For instance, the many disgusting and gross things kids do in the classroom. Teachers, we've said it before: you're amazing. Join us in our new For the Love of Teaching Facebook group, where we chat about the podcast, feature live vids of guests, and talk teaching!Have you subscribed to For the Love of Teaching? Don't forget! It means you'll be the first to know whenever a new episode is released.For the Love of Teaching is a podcast by Teach Starter. We make quality, downloadable teaching resources that save teachers hours of time and make their classrooms buzz!  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
The Science of Reading is a culmination of major research articles from English-speaking countries that have been consistent in their findings on learning to read and the teaching of reading.In this episode Clare Wood, early years teacher and linguistics specialist from Tiny Steps Make Big Strides shares what you should know about effective literacy instruction through the guidance of the research.Holly’s Blog, What Teachers Should Know About the Science of Reading Research is a great resource for teachers to refer to, so check that out after listening to this episode!Join us in our new For the Love of Teaching Facebook group, where we chat about the podcast, feature live vids of guests, and talk teaching!Have you subscribed to For the Love of Teaching? Don't forget! It means you'll be the first to know whenever a new episode is released.For the Love of Teaching is a podcast by Teach Starter. We make quality, downloadable teaching resources that save teachers hours of time and make their classrooms buzz!  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
In this episode, Joe recalls the hairiest encounter he's had with a kindergarten student, and tells us his 'favourite' part of chatting with really little kids in the halls at his school.Joe (Mr D) Dombrowski is here to brighten up your week with his infectious laugh and hilarious stories. Brace yourself, because when it comes to dishing the dirt on teaching, kids and life in general, Joe doesn't hold back.Don't miss an episode! Have you subscribed to For the Love of Teaching? Don't forget! It means you'll be the first to know whenever a new episode is released.For the Love of Teaching is a podcast by Teach Starter. We make quality, downloadable teaching resources that save teachers hours of time and make their classrooms buzz! See you next week for another dose of Friday Funnies!  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
After the success of issue one of What's Buzzing magazine last year, and an influx of requests for more issues, the Teach Starter team has just wrapped up work on the second issue!With six levelled editions, each containing ten pieces of engaging text, you'll love sharing these professionally designed magazines with your students!Need a little motivation on a Monday? Jill and Bron are experienced primary school teachers; they get it! Join them for inspiration and encouragement to get you buzzing through the school week!Have you tried the new Teach Starter App? We'd love to hear your thoughts so please leave us a review in the Apple App Store!Download the app for free now in the Apple Store or Google Play.Have you subscribed to For the Love of Teaching? Don't forget! It means you'll be the first to know whenever a new episode of The Buzz goes live.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
This week, Perth teacher Hannah Girling joins me for a live recording to talk all about building a positive vibe in your classroom.Join us in our new For the Love of Teaching Facebook group, where we chat about the podcast, feature live vids of guests, and talk teaching!Have you subscribed to For the Love of Teaching? Don't forget! It means you'll be the first to know whenever a new episode is released.For the Love of Teaching is a podcast by Teach Starter. We make quality, downloadable teaching resources that save teachers hours of time and make their classrooms buzz!  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
If you've got the travel bug and are lamenting in lockdown, Mr D's airplane horror story will make you glad to stay home!Mr D is a seasoned traveler, but nothing could prepare him for the drama that ensued on his most recent domestic flight. But, like any great teacher, Mr D knows how to turn a horrible experience into a teachable moment for his students - with humour! This episode comes with a content warning (it's gross!).He's a teacher. He's a comedian. He's a self-proclaimed "teachmedian". Joe (Mr D) Dombrowski is here to brighten up your week with his infectious laugh and hilarious stories. Brace yourself, because when it comes to dishing the dirt on teaching, kids and life in general, Joe doesn't hold back.Don't miss an episode! Have you subscribed to For the Love of Teaching? Don't forget! It means you'll be the first to know whenever a new episode is released.For the Love of Teaching is a podcast by Teach Starter. We make quality, downloadable teaching resources that save teachers hours of time and make their classrooms buzz! See you next week for another dose of Friday Funnies!  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
With distance learning a key part of 2020 for many of us, we are looking for ways to connect with our students through technology. New RMIT research has shown that emojis help students to accept feedback!In this episode, Jill and Bron discuss which emojis are SFS (Safe for School), how to provide feedback kids connect with, and their own emoji experiences!Need a little motivation on a Monday? Jill and Bron are experienced primary school teachers; they get it! Join them for inspiration and encouragement to get you buzzing through the school week!Have you tried the new Teach Starter App? We'd love to hear your thoughts so please leave us a review in the Apple App Store!Download the app for free now in the Apple Store or Google Play.Have you subscribed to For the Love of Teaching? Don't forget! It means you'll be the first to know whenever a new episode of The Buzz goes live.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Jordyn from Learning to Ngangaanha is back this week with her awesome tips on how to connect your students with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander histories, perspectives and culture.From reaching out to Indigenous knowledge holders in your community to Jordyn's fantastic list of publications for kids by Indigenous authors and illustrators, this episode is packed with great ways to teach about our nations First Peoples.Voices to Follow (Jordyn's recs):Wingaru EducationRachael SarraAllira PotterBlak BusinessHeart 2 HeartCoastal CarnivoreBlackfulla Book ClubPodcasts to Hear:Tiddas 4 TiddasAlways Our StoriesJoin us in our new For the Love of Teaching Facebook group, where we chat about the podcast, feature live vids of guests, and talk teaching!Have you subscribed to For the Love of Teaching? Don't forget! It means you'll be the first to know whenever a new episode is released.For the Love of Teaching is a podcast by Teach Starter. We make quality, downloadable teaching resources that save teachers hours of time and make their classrooms buzz!  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Back in 2015, The New York Times published a story called The 36 Questions that Lead to Love.The story reviewed research by Arthur Aron (et al) which purports that by asking someone 36 particular questions (as well as answering them as well), you'll fall in love.We decided to test out the first few questions for laughs.Join us in our new For the Love of Teaching Facebook group, where we chat about the podcast, feature live vids of guests, and talk teaching!Have you subscribed to For the Love of Teaching? Don't forget! It means you'll be the first to know whenever a new episode is released.For the Love of Teaching is a podcast by Teach Starter. We make quality, downloadable teaching resources that save teachers hours of time and make their classrooms buzz!  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
We talk a lot about reflective practice and aim to review our day's work. What worked? What didn't? What should I change? What can I do better?This week we're talking about putting a super positive slant on our reflection. Whether it's a formal reflection in a journal, or a casual mental checklist, it's important to remember to be kind to ourselves. We can be our own worst critics, but it's time for that to change.Need a little motivation on a Monday? Jill and Bron are experienced primary school teachers; they get it! Join them for inspiration and encouragement to get you buzzing through the school week!Have you tried the new Teach Starter App? We'd love to hear your thoughts so please leave us a review in the Apple App Store!Download the app for free now in the Apple Store or Google Play.Have you subscribed to For the Love of Teaching? Don't forget! It means you'll be the first to know whenever a new episode of The Buzz goes live.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Today's guest is Amelia Berner from Oz Harvest's FEAST. Amelia is OzHarvest’s Food Education and Sustainability Training (FEAST) Program Manager, which combines nutrition, food waste and sustainability in a curriculum ready package for Australian primary schools.Amelia’s passion for nutrition and environmental education stems from a decade of experience as High School TAS teacher and working as a practicing nutritionist. This enabled her to develop the FEAST education program that ensures all children have the ability to learn where food comes from, how it is prepared sustainably and not waste it.For more info on the FEAST program for schools, check out our blog, Food Sustainability and Nutrition Education with OzHarvest's Feast.Join us in our new For the Love of Teaching Facebook group, where we chat about the podcast, feature live vids of guests, and talk teaching!Have you subscribed to For the Love of Teaching? Don't forget! It means you'll be the first to know whenever a new episode is released.For the Love of Teaching is a podcast by Teach Starter. We make quality, downloadable teaching resources that save teachers hours of time and make their classrooms buzz!  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
In the States, many professional teachers need to supplement their teaching incomes with casual Summer work. From babysitting to retail, they do it all. Listen as we chat about the differences in systems between the US and Australia, and Mr D reflects on three different Summer jobs he had while he was teaching.Join us in our new For the Love of Teaching Facebook group, where we chat about the podcast, feature live vids of guests, and talk teaching!Have you subscribed to For the Love of Teaching? Don't forget! It means you'll be the first to know whenever a new episode is released.For the Love of Teaching is a podcast by Teach Starter. We make quality, downloadable teaching resources that save teachers hours of time and make their classrooms buzz!  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
With some districts of Victoria heading back to the challenges of remote learning after a resurgence of Covid19 cases in the state's capital and surrounds,some of our lovely Instagram teachers popped together this lovely support episode for you.Even if you're not in Victoria, Australia, this is a lovely and heartwarming episode of The Buzz you won't want to miss.We're all in this together.Need a little motivation on a Monday? Jill and Bron are experienced primary school teachers; they get it! Join them for inspiration and encouragement to get you buzzing through the school week!Have you tried the new Teach Starter App? We'd love to hear your thoughts so please leave us a review in the Apple App Store!Download the app for free now in the Apple Store or Google Play.Have you subscribed to For the Love of Teaching? Don't forget! It means you'll be the first to know whenever a new episode of The Buzz goes live.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Regenerating Our Land, Our People, Our Future Maggie Dent has become one of Australia's favourite parenting authors and educators, with a particular interest in the early years, adolescence and resilience. Maggie is the author of six major books, including the bestselling 2018 release Mothering Our Boys. She is also host of the ABC podcast, Parental As Anything. Maggie is a dedicated advocate of environmental awareness and sustainable practices and she’s consulted on Planet Ark’s Tree Report, which coincides with National Tree Day on Sunday 2 August.Each year, National Tree Day provides Australian communities with an opportunity to regenerate by connecting with each other and contributing to important environmental projects.Given the hardships faced in the last year, this opportunity to get out in nature with family, friends and the wider community can help play a key part in the recovery of the Australian people, land and wildlife.Maggie joins Bron from For the Love of Teaching to talk about National Tree Day and how, after a particularly challenging year, Australians can harness this opportunity to regenerate our land, our people and our future.Maggie's Youtube Channel  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Today I'm talking with Mr D on the current updates coming out of US school districts. To teachers' and students' relief, many states have decided to begin the 2020 school year in full remote learning. Join us in our new For the Love of Teaching Facebook group, where we chat about the podcast, feature live vids of guests, and talk teaching!Have you subscribed to For the Love of Teaching? Don't forget! It means you'll be the first to know whenever a new episode is released.For the Love of Teaching is a podcast by Teach Starter. We make quality, downloadable teaching resources that save teachers hours of time and make their classrooms buzz!  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
We all know the feeling, the deep breath we take as we prepare to open the classroom door, that last few seconds of silence before the students arrive. While we love our students and the vibrance they bring to our day, sometimes the morning rush feels like chaos! Our brand new maths and general warm ups are here to rescue you and settle your kids!Join us in our new For the Love of Teaching Facebook group, where we chat about the podcast, feature live vids of guests, and talk teaching!Have you subscribed to For the Love of Teaching? Don't forget! It means you'll be the first to know whenever a new episode is released.For the Love of Teaching is a podcast by Teach Starter. We make quality, downloadable teaching resources that save teachers hours of time and make their classrooms buzz!  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
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Created by
Teach Starter
Podcast Status
Active
Started
Jan 26th, 2019
Latest Episode
Sep 6th, 2020
Release Period
Daily
Episodes
224
Avg. Episode Length
14 minutes
Explicit
No
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Episodic
Language
English

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