Episodes

Nov. 21, 2016

120: Infinity Systems with Del Johnson

Del Johnson is the Director of Business Development with Infinity Systems Inc. Del successfully ran the college and career center…

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Nov. 14, 2016

119: Six Procedural Systems You Should Have in Place in Your Classroo…

Ok, so this was the year that you were going to get everything together. You were going to overcome your problems of not keeping …

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Nov. 7, 2016

118: David Voss & Communications Consulting

David Voss is the president of Voss and Associates.  They specialize in Communications Consulting, Media Campaigns and Training. …

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Oct. 31, 2016

117: Casey M. Bethel - 2017 Georgia Teacher of the Year

Casey M. Bethel is a science teacher in Douglasville, Georgia at New Manchester High School.  He is also the 2017 Georgia Teacher…

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Oct. 23, 2016

116: Contacting Parents - 3 Reasons Why You Should Contact Them Now

You don’t understand. You don’t have kids! I will never forget these words. A frustrated parent who was angry at a member o…

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Oct. 15, 2016

115: Classroom Management- Top 5 Classroom Procedures You Should Have…

Kids want and need to know how you do things. You. The classroom teacher. That is just one of the reasons why you should have …

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Oct. 10, 2016

114: Classroom Management - Starting Class

One of the greatest favors you can do for yourself as a classroom teacher is to learn to get the kids’ attention. Sounds easy eno…

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Oct. 3, 2016

113: Classroom Management-Withitness & Emotional Objectivity, part 2

This is a conclusion of a two part series concerning withitness and emotional objectivity. Click here to check out part one. Good…

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Sept. 25, 2016

112: Classroom Management - Withitness and Emotional Objectivity, par…

Dr. Robert Marzano talks about every teacher needing a common mental set when focusing on classroom management (Marzano, Classroo…

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Sept. 18, 2016

111: Mandi Mathis & The Littlest Inventor

Mandi C. Mathis has written a book called The Littlest Inventor. She works for a law firm, is a wife and a mom and now an author.…

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Sept. 10, 2016

110: Kip Jones and his Urban Character Education Books

Kip “Mr. J” Jones  is a School Counselor at Alcoa Elementary School  in Alcoa, Tennessee. He has written a series of wonderf…

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Sept. 1, 2016

109: Connecting with Parents-The Postcard

Are you looking for ways to connect with parents?  I know dumb question right?  Well, have I got an inexpensive way to start of…

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Aug. 16, 2016

108: Matt Miller & School Spirit Vending

Remember to get your free ebook:  The Top 10 Reasons Why You need to Own a vending Business Matt is the Founder of School Spirit…

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Aug. 9, 2016

107: Nathan Fox and the LSAT

Nathan is a teacher.  He teaches college students who think that they want to attend law school how to take the LSAT to get accep…

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July 29, 2016

106: Jack Berckemeyer- teaching & "Deliberate Optimism"

Jack C. Berckemeyer is an engaging, thought-provoking, and very, very funny educational consultant. He is a teacher's teacher. Go…

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July 8, 2016

105: Brian Buffington - Tech, Low-Tech, & Music

Brian Buffington is an instructional technology Specialist in Cleveland, Georgia. Brian says that as an instructional technology …

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June 29, 2016

104: Kelly Croy - The Wired Educator

Kelly Croy is a parent of four, a 7th grade language arts teacher, an author, speaker, and podcaster. He is an Apple Distinguishe…

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June 21, 2016

103: Jeremy S. Adams & The Secrets of Timeless Teachers

Jeremy S. Adams is an author, teacher, husband, and father. He is the author of the book The Secrets of Timeless Teachers: Instru…

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June 13, 2016

Episode 102: 3 Reasons Why Professional Reading is a Must

Ok, I know we all are busy and it is so easy to say,  "You know I will gladly read something tomorrow, but today, I just need to …

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June 3, 2016

Episode 101: Bryan Cohen - Writing, Self-Publishing, and "Ted Saves t…

Bryan Cohen is an author, podcaster, actor, and a freelance writer. He has written over 30 books, which have sold more than 30,…

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May 25, 2016

Episode 100: Kasey Bell and Google Classroom

Kasey is an award-winning digital learning consultant, speaker, blogger and author of e-books: The Teacher's Guide to Google Clas…

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May 16, 2016

Episode 99: Graduation Time - 7 Do's

It's graduation time at high schools in the United States! What an incredible moment in the life of our kids and the educators wh…

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May 6, 2016

Episode 98: Social Media - 3 Reasons to Make it a Priority for this N…

Where have you been? Come on … are you really afraid of social media? Hmmm? I understand why you might have some fears, but tha…

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April 28, 2016

Episode 97: Teachers - 10 Promises to Make Yourself for Next School Y…

Teachers:  10 Promises to Make Yourself for Next School Year From year to year, it is a great practice to reflect on what …

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