Close The Door and Teach by Ronnie from A Teacher's Wonderland
Summary: Teachers- you went to college to be a teacher. Now all you have to do is Close The Door and Teach. This podcast is to help teachers around the world become even better teachers by providing tools for their toolbox.
I finally feel like I am ready to share what happened when I found out I was pregnant. It was 3 weeks of every single emotion. I am sharing with you because I want to help other women that me struggling.
It's a hard subject and it's time we bring student homelessness to the forefront. Today's episode, we will discuss the number of students that are homeless, what you can do if you have a student in your class that's homeless, and how to handle it emotionally.
I stopped using the dreaded treasure box. Why? Because it was terrible to keep up with. I never created s system and it was so daunting on me. I will never go back to having a treasure box in my classroom. Join us as we discuss different ideas so you don't have to worry about what you should do anymore.
Hey- yes you! Are you overworking yourself? Well, stop! Not everyone in the world does everything. They either have people that work for them or have a banging schedule to get things done. I'm here to tell you that I don't have anyone working for me. I work on things with my husband and my family. How? By breaking our weekly events into chunks. In this episode, we will tackle how to do it all without taking yourself out in the process.
Don't let the back to school jitters get you down. Tackle your back to school list without letting your anxiety take over your life. In this episode, we will discuss how I dealt with back to school nerves and how you can deal with them as well.
As a teacher, you wear a thousand and one hats. How can you make it easier on yourself so you have fewer behavior problems? Build a relationship with the students. Allow them to learn more about you and to have a relationship with you. In this episode, I will walk you through another 5 ways that you can build a relationship with your students.
As a teacher, you wear a thousand and one hats. How can you make it easier on yourself so you have fewer behavior problems? Build a relationship with the students. Allow them to learn more about you and to have a relationship with you. In this episode, I will walk you through 5 different ways that you can build a relationship with your students.
Tired of your students saying they don't like to read? I am going to give you some tips and tricks to get your kids excited about reading again! You won't want to miss this one.
It's always going to be easy to compare yourself to someone else. The hardest part is stopping yourself from comparing. I am going to give you some advice in this episode so you don't have to worry so much.
Are you a new mom and struggling with understanding the rights and rules when it comes to breastfeeding your newborn? Kelsey from Wife Teacher Mommy, is here to discuss the rights that new moms have when breastfeeding their child. We also will discuss the different things that moms have said about their principals and how they tackled the problems faced ahead of them. We will discuss how you can handle going back to the classroom while pumping!
Are you worried about your teaching interview that you have in the next few days? Don't be. I am going to give you some fantastic questions that may be asked during your interview. You can listen and pause throughout the episode so you can answer the questions yourself. Worried about your response? Email me and see if it works!
Stephanie from Mrs. D's Corner and I tackle anxiety and depression today. We talk about things that we haven't been able to discuss on Instagram. We talk about anxiety, depression, and therapy. Help us break the stigma and join us as we tackle all of it.
Stephanie from Mrs. D's Corner joins Ronnie from A Teacher's Wonderland today to discuss all about how they cope with anxiety. You are not alone in this world. Stephanie and I talk all about how we handle our anxiety and depression. We are strong as a team and we will discuss all of our hoops and obstacles that we have over come. Join us in Part 1 of this amazing journey as we discuss our anxiety and depression.
Using picture books to teach mini-lessons is simply amazing. Not only do you get to teach a lesson using a picture book but you have such a high rate of engagement. Students are always in love with picture books and can learn so much from them. In this podcast, I will share my tips and tricks of using a picture book during your mini-lesson. This is a mini-series all about reading lessons.
I completely understand that being a teacher is extremely hard work. You have so much on your plate and you may not even realize it. In Episode 7, we will work through how to handle the stresses of the job. We will also discuss how to tackle the days that really seem to get to you. We will give you the tools for your toolbox to grow as an educator just with one simple question. Do you still want to be a teacher?