The mission of e2e podcast is to shine a light on incredible teaching and learning and to provide relevant and digestible professional development for educators. Carrie Conover is a passionate educator that has visited hundreds of classrooms across the nation. In this podcast, she and one guest educator discuss transforming teaching and learning. Each podcast will share 3 concepts you can bring back to your school or classroom to create an innovative and engaging environment for students.
Jeanne Wolz from Teacher Off Duty joins the podcast to discuss the importance of finding your happiness outside the four classroom walls. What hobbies and passions can you lean into after school hours to help you stay a teacher for the long-run? Hear Jeanne's story and the tools she has in place to help teachers find balance.
Join some of e2e's brightest stars as they remind us of the importance of routines in the classroom. Hear from Meredith Newlin, Ashley Ramirez, Erin Bracco, Kristen Walker, Erica Aguirre, Matt Halpern, James Hunt, Amanda Cardenas and Beth Pittman as they share their favorite classroom routine for the beginning of the year!
David Vinca, founder and CEO of eSpark Learning, joins us for our first Fireside Chat! Over the next few months, we will sit down with various education CEOs to chat mission, vision and all things leadership. In this episode, learn how David came up with the idea for eSpark Learning, how the product has changed over the years and how David keeps himself grounded in what is going on in the classroom.
Learn more about eSpark at esparklearning.com.
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The second part of this series focuses on the important work of supporting a teacher-colleague after a loss. Carrie breaks down 8 Dos and Dont's of supporting a teacher who is grieving and returning to work.
In this episode, The Grieving Teacher, Carrie talks about how you can get through loss and grief when you are a teacher - because being a teacher adds an extra layer of difficulty when you are going through grief. Going back to the classroom after you have a loss is difficult for many reasons but the fact that you have to head back to one of the most highly stressful jobs and then face, every single day, a room full of children….it can be challenging.
Carrie has lived through the loss of both of her brothers while being an educator. She shares real-world advice on how to live through grief as a teacher.
Even if you have not experienced a loss yourself, this is a great episode to listen to in order to help a fellow teacher or colleague.
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In this episode, Carrie shares 3 End-of-Year tips and tricks from her 10 years in the classroom.
This episode is short and sweet and includes a VERY special announcement about the future of educators 2 educators!
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The majority of parents are supportive and positive when it comes to their child's teacher(s), but every year teachers have a parent or two that can make their jobs significantly more difficult.
Tough parents can cause teachers to experience a higher level of stress, self-doubt and can significantly lower job satisfaction. It is also a leading cause in teacher burnout.
In this episode, Carrie looks at difficult parent relationships through the lens of control. How can you maintain control and power over your own thoughts, feelings, and actions when dealing with tough parent situations?
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Monica Genta is a speaker, author, teacher and motivator who sits down with Carrie to chat all things career. Learn how she had the courage to step outside her school walls to share her energy and passion with teachers nation-wide.
The dreaded cover letter. No one likes to write them and frankly, no one really loves to read them. Do they matter?
Yes, they do. In the latest e2e Podcast episode, I'm going to tell you why and give you a few tips and tricks to make your cover letter worth reading.
It is so easy to slip into a work rut and feel like your job is weighing you down. This episode is a gentle reminder for what you already know - How Your Thoughts Control Your Work Day.
If you really think about it, no matter what it is, work, home, relationships, your thoughts control your feelings, your feelings control your actions and your actions control your results over time.
Join me for this quick episode to see if you can turn around a tough morning or day!
Interested in a career at an education company? Learn about 4 Roles that are perfect for teachers looking for a career change!
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Do you have a teacher in your school that is constantly trying to compete with you? Are you a competitive teacher who likes to be one of the "best" teachers in your building? This episode will you give you 5 ways to deal with competitive people in the workplace AND help competitive people think about ways they might be sucking the joy out of teaching for the teacher next door.
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Beth Pittman joins the podcast to discuss how she keeps her students engaged during flexible seating in her classroom.
You can visit her website at www.flexibleinfirst.com/ and follow her on Instagram @flexibleinfirst.
Imagine a world in which you get to school early and feel completely calm and centered. A world in which you start every morning putting yourself FIRST and leaving the house with a positive and grateful heart.
As a teacher, you can easily feel drained, sleep too late and rush through the morning in order to get to school on time. We collaborated with Erin Bracco from Buddha Belly Kids Yoga to create a super simple teacher morning challenge that promises to leave you feeling positive and grateful every morning.
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One of the leading causes of teacher burnout is challenging interactions with parents. In part two of the teacher-parent series, Carrie focuses on focusing on the good and positive parents.
Have you ever dreamed of publishing a children's book? This episode is for you! Hear from Paul Rodeen, president of Rodeen Literary Agency, as he explains what it takes to be a children's author. Paul represents artists Peter Brown, Ryan Higgins and Victoria Jamieson and many more!
Learn more about Rodeen Literary Management at www.rodeenliterary.com
As a teacher, you make over 1,500 educational decisions every single day. By the time 9 pm rolls around, you are exhausted and ready to enjoy a restful night’s sleep. If you fall asleep immediately (hello, sleep deprivation) or you toss and turn into the wee hours of the night, you are not alone. Many teachers struggle to get the night’s rest they need and deserve. Get started down the right path by forming a bedtime self-care routine and sticking to it. Here are a few ideas to get you on your way to a great night’s sleep.
One of the leading causes of teacher burnout is challenging interactions with parents. In part one of the teacher-parent series, Carrie focuses on building healthy boundaries with parents when it comes to email.
Dan Jones, a Fearless Mind Coach and entrepreneur, joins educators 2 educators podcast to discuss football, farming and teaching. Dan has coached professional athletes and business leaders and recently sold his company Vanilla.
Join Dan and Carrie as they discuss three topics:
Controlling the Controllable
Avoiding Energy Vampires
Focusing on What's Going Well
You can learn more at www.thefearlessmind.com.
Learn tips for classroom organization from one of the best, The Simply Organized Teacher, Kelly Jackson.
Teacher Summer Reboot
Seven Instagram Teacher Superstars join the podcast to give advice on how to create and grow a teacher Instagram account. Learn how Instagram creates a community of learners for teachers from around the country and the world!
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Kelly Coker, Vice President of Programs at School on Wheels in Indianapolis, join the podcast to discuss 3 important topics for educators on the topic of students experiencing homelessness: Who Is homeless, Understanding the impact of homelessness and what you can do as an educator to support students who are experiences homelessness.
Kristine Garcia joins the podcast to discuss our years of co-teaching together. We discuss how to start the year off strong, building trust and various models you can use in a co-teaching environment.
Join us as I share out the proudest moment of my 10 years in the classroom!
Mary Jo Madda, creative strategy manager at Google, joins Educators 2 Educators podcast to discuss practical tips and tools to bring digital citizenship lessons into the classroom.
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Heather Campbell, 4th Grade Teacher, from Utah, discusses the power of Student-Led Conferences in her classroom.
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Meet Kevin Cornell, aka "Mister C", an Educational Consultant, Ohio PBS Digital Innovator, Creator and Host of Full STEAM Ahead (presenting station: ThinkTV - PBS), and CEO Mister C as he discussed creating media in the classroom.
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Dr. Monica Burns joins e2e to discuss her new book, Tasks Before Apps: Designing Rigorous Learning in a Tech-Rich Classroom. We chat about creation, curiosity, and collaboration.
Nikki Nigl, Accountability Coach, joins e2e to discuss the ABC's in which Woman and Girls are Socialized. This episode will help you create a classroom which encourages girls to speak up and act with confidence.
Visit Nikki's website at https://www.nikkinigl.com/ to learn more about the work she does including One-on-One coaching, corporate and school workshops.
Katy Lynch, Co-Founder, and Chief Marketing Officer, Codeverse, joins me to discuss Entrepreneurship in the Classroom. Katy shares three skills of entrepreneurship that we can bring to the classroom: not being afraid to fail, taking risks/trusting your gut, and being open to learning new things. How can we push our classrooms and teaching from a traditional space to a place where kids can be creative and take risks?
Apryl Riley, Program Director, Mentoring and Induction, at Illinois State University's Chicago Teacher Education Pipeline joins e2e to discuss Empathy and Sympathy in the classroom. We discuss three concepts within the topic: putting a story to each face in your classroom, being a community teacher, and bringing the community into your school.
Are you thinking of creating flexible learning spaces in your classroom? Take a listen to Ms. Good discuss her transformation from traditional seating to flexible learning spaces. Also, Carrie reflects on the early success of e2e and her goal for shining a spotlight on incredible educators throughout the nation.
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Lesley has taught English Learners in the Elementary Classroom for over 10 years in both Chicago Public Schools and Metro Nashville Public Schools. In this episode, we discuss 3 ways to help English Learners feel confident in the classroom including using morning meeting to build a comfortable learning environment, academic conversations to build language skills, and vocabulary overload for EL students in the classroom.
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On this episode we discuss classroom discipline, keeping classroom interaction exciting, and homework assignments with Cameryn. Cameryn is a sophomore in college studying to be a special education student. She is excited but nervous and has many lingering questions as she learns to be a top-notch educator.
Carrie welcomes Kelly, her mentor teacher, to discuss getting the year off the right start. Maria, her sister and brand new teacher, joins us to ask pressing questions following her first week in the classroom. We cover classroom management, taking things slow, wait time and the difference between discipline and management.
The pilot episode discusses WHO I am and WHY I'm starting this podcast. e2e is a podcast with the purpose of connecting educators from across the nation to improve their teaching practice through 3 concepts per episode. Whether you are studying to be a teacher or a veteran, you'll walk away with innovative ideas to improve your craft.
In this episode, learn 3 tips to start the year off right!