Inspiring Educators

We have all had amazing teachers who have made a compelling difference in our l…
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We have all had amazing teachers who have made a compelling difference in our lives. Inspiring Educators' mission is to share these moving memoirs from our unsung heroes in education. Each week, episodes will feature an eclectic range of educators from a global community who are passionately dedicated to helping our students succeed in and outside the classroom. Their journeys are varied, but their bright hopes and visions for their students are their common bond. School of life is in session! Come join us and experience what it's like to deal with the daily struggles faced by resilient educators and students. Then, find out what it takes to be an unsung hero in our society. These personal stories by passionate individual teachers will bring tears to your soul, laughter of joy, humble you, and challenge your overall perspective and outlook, but most of all they will inspire you. Common people with a priceless talent to motivate and give, let's celebrate the fun and many adventurous journeys of our inspiring educators!

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  Our inspiring educator today is Dr. Rick Hanson, a neuro-psychologist, Senior Fellow of the Greater Good Science Center at UC Berkeley, and New York Times best-selling author. His books include Hardwiring Happiness, Buddha’s Brain, Just One Thing, and Mother Nurture.  Founder of the Wellspring Institute for Neuroscience and Contemplative Wisdom, he’s been an invited speaker at Oxford, Stanford…
Suggest a topic to cover to a group of educators to teach and you’ll end up with multiple lesson plans as unique as the number of teachers in the room.  Each instructor will inevitably include their personal experience and design their own unique lesson plans.   Ask educators about the essence of teaching and you’ll get an answer as diverse as the population, but through it all, among the inspir…
We continue our discussions about education in New Zealand with Mr. John Pipe in Auckland.  In this episode, John discusses the state of educators in New Zealand as well as the integration of Maori culture and new immigrants in the educational curriculum.  John further shares his role as an administrator and reflects his position outside the classroom.  Finally, John continues to share his wisdo…

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May 28th, 2014
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Feb 19th, 2016
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