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Dec 15, 2014

They're moments that catch you unaware. Moments that surprise and delight you. 

When students stretch themselves in ways that you'd never have imagined, going far beyond what you thought possible.
 
In this episode: Challenging our views about young people.
 
We're letting go of the reins and pushing beyond the 'we...


Nov 30, 2014

Ever found yourself confronted by the realisation that you're prejudiced in some way?
 
Our guest in this episode certainly has. Jenny Moes will share a journey that brings her face to face with a prejudice relating to her students. 
 
That's not the only journey though. 
 
Jenny's also on a journey to find her...


Nov 16, 2014

Do an internet search and one word dominates relating to teaching - SURVIVAL. In this episode, we turn the tables, we're all about helping you THRIVE.

What is thriving? Four quite diverse Educators will give us their perspective:  Jenny Moes, Craig Kemp, Ashley Hurley and Tom Snyder. 

Then we'll zero in on Tips...


Nov 3, 2014

It started as a comment whispered in the hallway,"He's the Weird Teacher." 

From there, it became a book, and later a highly unpredictable and outside the box Twitter chat, simply called Weirded
 
In this episode, embracing what makes you different with Doug Robertson, an Elementary School Teacher and author of He's...


Oct 20, 2014

Rachael Lehr is an educator with much insight into Pushing Past Comfort Zones - often pushing past the 'Why Me?' and 'What have I got to offer?' feelings, and saying 'Yes' to the unknown and unfamiliar.  

Connectedness is also a key theme in this episode. In particular, how Twitter has been 'life-changing' for...