Most new teachers don't make it past the five year mark, and its easy to understand why. Teachers are stressed from budget cuts, testings, discipline problems, parents, poor adminstrators, etc. This show is designed to encourage teachers and to provide useful tools to help them succeed.
2.10 The Best of Times and The Worst of Times
11:35It's my birthday month and that has put me in a reflective mood. I'm reminded that I'm getting older. I have more years behind me than in front of me. This reflection has led me to look back over my long teaching career and offer some of what I have found to be effective for my classroom experience. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/mr-bryans-classroom/message
2.9 A+ Interview Skills For Teachers
14:07This is the time of year when some of us are exploring other opportunities to work at other schools. One of the disadvantages of our profession is that teachers have a very small window of time to interview and be hired. Returning guests Evelyn and James help us to identify what school administrators are looking for. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/mr-bryans-classroom/message
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2.8 Gone But Not Forgotten
9:02 This episode was previously released in 2016. With our current times, now seems like a good time to revisit it and be reminded of the impact teachers have on their students. Like Ben Ellis, one day we will die. Make the most out of the opportunities the teaching profession presents to you. One never knows what kind of impact you can have on others. My grandmother, who was a teacher, was honored at a 50th high school reunion. She was remembered as an inspiration and friend to all. What will our students remember about us, and our action, long after we leave them? Here's a hint. It won't be about test driven data and meeting state standards for testing. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/mr-bryans-classroom/message
2.7 Should I Stay Or Should I Go?
23:22 Many teachers are now making the decision to stay in education or leave it for something else. Some teachers remain indecisive. Others are scared in not making the perfect decision. Special guest Dr. James Hughey will offer some insight for teachers about making the choice to leave/stay and some ways to take care of their mental health as we finish the school year. For blog posts, podcasts, and videos from Dr. Hughey visit pfpl.us. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/mr-bryans-classroom/message
2.6 Passion is Important for Effective Teaching
9:14If you watched the Superbowl, you couldn't help but notice the atmosphere was filled with excitement and passion. The announcers, players, fans, and halftime performers acted like they really wanted to be there and enjoyed what they were doing. Can the same be said about you in your classroom? --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/mr-bryans-classroom/message
2.5 Reasons To Love The Teaching Profession
10:26In honor of Valentine's Day, I share my thoughts on what I love about my job. Very often we are more focused on all of the negativity found in the teaching profession. So, let's flip the script. What do you love about being in the classroom? --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/mr-bryans-classroom/message
2.4 When Is It Time to Quit Teaching?
10:36Recently, many teachers are making decisions about leaving the classroom. Bryan reads "When Is It Time to Quit Teaching" by former guest Vicki Davis. The full article can be found at http://www.coolcatteacher.com/when-is-it-time-to-quit-teaching/ Ending something we enjoy is a decision we face several times in our lifetime. This episode will help you to determine if you just need a break or really need to let go. Original NBC news clip https://youtu.be/c6i2U6dRhgs --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/mr-bryans-classroom/message
2.3 The Power of Influence
29:52Teachers are the true influencers in today's culture. Mr. Bryan's Classroom is proud to have a Georgia Teacher of the Year join us for this episode. Emily Jennette is a teacher who has a passion for making a difference in the lives of her students and fellow educators. On this program, Emily discusses her history about why she became a teacher and some strategies that worked in her classroom. Also, Emily offers encouragement/insights to her fellow teachers who truly want to make a difference. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/mr-bryans-classroom/message
2.2 Jump-Start Your Creativity as a Teacher
12:20Despite the fact that teaching seems to be phasing out of modern classrooms, many of us in education recognize its value. In fact, many teachers are doing their best to keep creativity in classrooms. However, like our car batteries, we sometimes wear down and our inspiration to be creative is lost. We can enter a rut. Fortunately, this rut can be temporary. On this episode, Bryan shares a blog post from "Write On With Mrs. G" that can help us jump-start our creativity as a teacher. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/mr-bryans-classroom/message
2.1 It's About Progress Not Perfection
13:58Happy New Year! Joining us on this season premiere of my podcast for teachers is Vicki Davis (@coolcatteacher). She too is a teacher and podcaster. On this episode, Vicki offers some motivation, teaching strategies, and some of what she's learned over her very successful journey as an educator. Check out her podcast "The 10 Minute Teacher" at https://www.coolcatteacher.com/podcast/ . --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/mr-bryans-classroom/message