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Teachers: What's Next?
60 minutes | Dec 16, 2017
Episode 3: How we left teaching
Annelise and Nicole share how they left teaching in schools and what options are available to teachers after they decide to leave teaching in the classroom, or leave any type of teaching role.
45 minutes | Oct 21, 2017
Episode 2: Why we left teaching
Annelise and Nicole share why they left teaching in schools and how their experiences relate to other teachers who leave or are thinking about leaving. The discussion includes the following reasons for leaving teaching: Unreasonable workload/expectations Lack of collaboration and support Underappreciated Too many demands on personal/home time Disillusionment Toxic staffrooms Assessment regime "Bad" behaviour Unfulfilled Annelise Mitchell is a curriculum and literacy specialist who can be found at lifechanginglearning.com.au Nicole Feledy is a learning and development consultant who can be found at isthismystory.com Links: Australian High School documentary - The Staffroom Compass: The Staffroom, Episode 1 http://www.abc.net.au/compass/s4711636.htm Compass: The Staffroom, Episode 2 http://www.abc.net.au/compass/s4714229.htm Compass: The Staffroom, Episode 3 http://www.abc.net.au/compass/s4714230.htm Articles, Websites and Podcasts cited: Balogh, S. (2017, July 11). ‘Stressed’ teachers on verge of quitting. The Australian. Retrieved from http://www.theaustralian.com.au/national-affairs/education/stressed-teachers-on-verge-of-quitting/news-story/fede63cd65dbb15347ea7587e3331651 Caro, J. (2017). The hardest, most underestimated part of a teacher’s job. http://www.news.com.au/lifestyle/parenting/school-life/the-hardest-most-underestimated-part-of-a-teachers-job/news-story/a12a81c88028091c3aea49b32a6943fe Conversation with Richard Fidler. (2016, February 10). Why school teacher Gabbie Stroud loved and left her career. Retrieved from http://www.abc.net.au/local/stories/2016/02/10/4403717.
19 minutes | Sep 10, 2017
Episode 1: Welcome to Teachers: What's Next?
This is the Teachers: What's Next? first episode. Annelise and Nicole share who they are and why they created the Teachers: What's Next? podcast. The podcast includes an outline of the following future topics that listeners can expect, such as: Sharing experiences of teaching outside of traditional education settings Discuss other employment options for teachers Review new approaches and technologies in teaching and learning Examine real-world strategies for thriving in the information economy Reinvigorate the teaching profession Preserve what is good and change what is bad in existing educational practice Annelise Mitchell is a curriculum and literacy specialist who can be found at lifechanginglearning.com.au Nicole Feledy is a learning and development consultant who can be found at isthismystory.com
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