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27 minutes | Feb 10, 2021
S1E7 - Extracurriculars, Social Emotional Needs of Kids
Online teachers - Feel like there isn't enough time in a class? Is work taking over your life, please listen up.In-person Teacher - What are some ideas of safe extracurriculars?Parents - Does extracurricular activities pose harm to your children or families?This and so much more coming up in Detention Episode 7!
39 minutes | Feb 3, 2021
S1E6 - Health / Wellness in Education
You requested it and I am delivering. This entire podcast is dedicated to health and wellness. We break down wellness into three main categories, social, cognitive and physical and we dive in to offer suggestions of how to pull yourself out of a pandemic rut. We also chat with yoga student, Abby Lowry to discuss the effects of yoga and we define many of the other types of yoga. I'll see you after school.
39 minutes | Jan 27, 2021
S1E5 - Does cleaning your house count as "working out"? Also, Rosalba McFadden rips on Education
Do we ever have a controversial episode today! Can you honestly say you "worked out" if you are vacuuming? Anti-education specialist Rosalba McFadden attacks the education system. Have problems getting your kids to bed? I'll let you in on some of my secrets in the show! I'll see you after class.
51 minutes | Jan 20, 2021
S1E4 - Science, Pressures of Being A Good Teacher, Teaching Online, Budget
This week's episode we're going to be looking at the pressures on us to be the best we can be. Should we strive to be like the Instagram Pros? Should we sacrafice family time? When is enough enough? How can we draw the line as a passionate professional? What actually makes a good teacher?We also talk about teacher wellness. We tell the kids to get up and stretch their legs, but do we? Lastly, we have a science chat with Stephanie Ryan. She offers a couple really awesome suggestions for in-person teachers, online teachers and parents who want to show their kids some cool stuff!Want to see this episode? We're live on YouTube: https://youtu.be/1hJD7EalPHY
33 minutes | Jan 13, 2021
E3 - Social Justice, Race, Mental Health, Effects of Screentime on the Brain, Online Learner Engagement
For episode 3, I would like to welcome Dr. Micah Johnson to detention. He's got an inspiring story he would like to share with you. From living on the of a New York suburb to living the high life of a doctor in Tampa Bay. How did he do it? What message does he have for educators to help students like him? He has also released a children's picture book to help discuss some of the heavier topics that our society is plagued with today.For parents, we're going to discuss screen time. What does that do to a young child's developing brain? Is technology the best thing to help our child learn or are we teaching our kids to rely on it too much?For teachers, we're going to discuss a few different things you can do to keep your kids engaged in your lesson for longer. It's all coming up this Wednesday! See you after school!
29 minutes | Jan 6, 2021
E2 - New Years Resolutions, Minimalism, Communication Skills in Students
A new exciting show featuring Brenden from Mastertalk. He stops by to talk about the importance of mastering speech. What advice does he have for educators and parents? We're going to discuss New Years Resolutions. Are you sticking to yours? Did you make one? I know that fewer people are making them this year as we have a limited capacity to exercise is some cities.We're also chatting about The Minimalist. It's a Netflix special aimed at decluttering and donating items to people who are less fortunate. Are you up for the challenge?
30 minutes | Dec 30, 2020
E1 - About this podcast, My Noom Year Resolution, teaching online, parenting online
Episode 1! This is the one that is supposed to be cringeworthy after I have made a few dozen. Let's put that to the test! Today we take a dive in a number of topics including an introduction to who I am (and where I've been), we'll talk about new years resolutions through a teacher who has been sitting at a desk teaching online for nearly a year, we'll talk about parenting through the pandemic (and the effect that has on our children) and we talk about online learning as a whole.
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