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Teachers Aid with Mandy Froehlich and Jon Harper. We've refocused the show on meeting some of the biggest unmet needs every educator has. If you are an educator who gives teaching your all, but still feels that you're not doing enough, this show is for you. Tune in to get social and emotional support for the very personal challenges teachers face. We promise you that you won't hear educators talking like this every day.
 
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Yes, teachers are resilient and most will continue to try to handle whatever the pandemic throws at us, but relying on teachers to fix systemic problems has limits. In this episode, we talk about what it’s really going to take for teachers to recover from the frustration, exhaustion, and distress so many feel. Follow on Twitter: @SeanTSlade @curric…
 
Virtually every school district and school administrator has been laser-focused on providing the support teachers need to navigate another disrupted school year. Yet many of us still feel unsupported. Why is there a disconnect? How can we better match what’s being done to what teachers need? Follow on Twitter: @jonHarper70bd @bamradionetwork @CHHCS…
 
Coming back to another disrupted school year has placed unexpected and unprecedented stress on teachers. In this episode, we check in to see what we can learn about how teachers are managing the increased demands of teaching when their emotional and mental tank is already on empty. Follow on Twitter: @TchrBreakroom @TishJennings @madeline_will @Jon…
 
In this segment, we follow up on our discussion on spotting elementary school students in distress and how to approach those who may be on the edge. Join us as we talk about the feelings that surface when a student is lost. Follow on Twitter: @sgthomas1973 @bamradionetwork @jonHarper70bd Lynsay Ayer, Ph.D., is a clinical psychologist who conducts r…
 
We are still searching for an "acceptable" phrase to define what teachers around the world are doing this school term. Many are avoiding the term "learning recovery" like a carton of milk past the expiration date. In this episode, we found out why ignoring, dismissing, or simply overlooking learning recovery is a privilege that many students and te…
 
In this segment, we talk about spotting elementary school students in distress and how to approach those who may on the edge. Join us as we identify behavioral indicators and practical intervention strategies. Follow on Twitter: @sgthomas1973 @bamradionetwork @jonHarper70bd @bamradionetwork Lynsay Ayer, Ph.D., is a clinical psychologist who conduct…
 
This term, many teachers, school leaders, students, and parents are going to be touched by the discussion seeping into schools around the United States. What is Critical Race Theory, and how did it get on the list of back-to-school things we all need to think about? In this episode, we invited three guests with specialized experience, knowledge, an…
 
Many students will be starting school for the first time this year and many will do so without the benefit of kindergarten or face-to-face learning. What special needs will our youngest students bring into the classroom, and what do we need to know to help them adjust? Follow on Twitter: @dubioseducator @drchriscip @madeline_will @Jonharper70bd @ba…
 
A recent three-year study at the Yale Center for Emotional Intelligence affirmed what most of us know -- Teachers feel deeply unappreciated and it's impacting our social-emotional well-being. In this episode, we zero in on the swell of teacher appreciation that was sparked by remote learning, why it faded, and how we can get it back and make it sti…
 
In general, as women are increasingly setting firmer boundaries, being fierce and tender is an emerging mantra among female teachers. In this episode, we talk about the sprouting new rules of being authentic in the school and classroom settings. Follow on Twitter: @jonHarper70bd @bamradionetwork @self_compassion @mrsmeganmorgan Kristin Neff, Ph.D.,…
 
Seeing the various ways teachers are spending the summer is always interesting. Some of us travel, some rest, some play. Others dive into projects, write books, or immediately start bulking up their skills for the next term. On the heels of an extraordinarily demanding school year, we're checking in with our peers to see how they plan to make the m…
 
In this episode, we take a close look at a quality that is so counterintuitive that many of us misinterpret it as selfishness. But our guests flip our thinking on its head and show how this single quality can positively impact our students, our peers, and our school climate. Follow on Twitter: @jonHarper70bd @bamradionetwork @HelenRiessMD @MrJoseph…
 
We've received and sent lots of mixed messages to each other this school year. As we head for the finish line, we pause for a hot minute to take look back on the highs and lows of this mind-numbing and eye-opening school term. Follow on Twitter: @TchrBreakroom @drchriscip @madeline_will @Jonharper70bd @bamradionetwork Monica Swift, M.Ed., is an edu…
 
The stress and trauma that students and their families experienced during the pandemic are increasingly showing up in our classrooms. In this episode, we explore how to we can manage our own pandemic stress, so we can better help students with theirs. Follow on Twitter: @KlikaBart @TirrellCorbin @jonHarper70bd @bamradionetwork Dr. Carlo Panlilio is…
 
Is it possible that learning to give and accept grace is more important this year than being a super positive teacher no matter what? Listen in as we try to determine when positivity is good and when grace is better. Follow on Twitter: @jonHarper70bd @bamradionetwork @DrKpsychologist @AriannaProthero @MrJosephHamer Jelena Kecmanovic, Ph.D is the fo…
 
Most agree that teachers have risen to meet the needs and demands of teaching during the pandemic. But do any of us really understand what teachers need during these unprecedented times? Follow on Twitter: @TchrBreakroom @drchriscip @turnerhj @Jonharper70bd @bamradionetwork Monica Swift, M.Ed., is an educator with 20+ years varied experience in the…
 
Many of us are trying various hybrid teaching strategies to reach and teach students this year. In this episode, we take time out to reflect and examine approaches that are motivating and demotivating our students. Follow on Twitter: @RainbowECT @jonHarper70bd @bamradionetwork Over the past 15 years, Cindy Chanin Founder of Rainbow EDU Consulting, …
 
Many of us are increasingly forced to choose between teaching lessons that are relevant, authentic, and meaningful or watering down our approach to certain material to avoid conflict. In the episode, we ask our guests to share strategies for teaching in a toxic climate. Follow on Twitter: @eduflack @jonHarper70bd @bamradionetwork @AndrewSharosAP an…
 
Pandemic learning has many downsides. In this episode, we acknowledge the ugly and go searching for the silver lining. Follow on Twitter: @jonHarper70bd @bamradionetwork @DrKpsychologist Alana Stanton is a kindergarten teacher at Mulberry Elementary in Gwinnett County, Georgia. She has taught 13 years teaching K-3 literacy special, first grade, sec…
 
We are teaching in extremely uncertain and stressful times. Our established habits are either helping or retarding our ability to successfully navigate these times. Join us as we talk about the habits that help us become more resilient and effective and more in control. @bjfogg @craigyen @jonHarper70bd @froehlichm @bamradionetwork Dr. BJ Fogg is a …
 
In our last episode, we discussed whether we should teach young children about race, and if so, at what age do we start? In this segment, we look at how to begin to teach young students about race in our classrooms. @MattRKay @PrincipalKafele @TirrellCorbin @jonHarper70bd @froehlichm @bamradionetwork Matthew R. Kay is a proud product of Philadelphi…
 
Discussions about race and injustice will be coming to schools this year whether we are ready for them or not. Students are seeing what’s transpiring in the nation, and they are talking with each other. In this episode, we aim to determine the age at which it’s appropriate to discuss issues of race and injustice in our classrooms. @MattRKay @Princi…
 
We’ve tried to balance the need to reopen schools closed during the pandemic, with the safety of students, teachers, and communities. But have we considered all of the angles and possibilities? Follow on Twitter: @jonHarper70bd @froehlichm @j1berger @TeachMrReed @Glennr1809 @bamradionetwork Jonah Berger is a Marketing Professor at the Wharton Schoo…
 
There’s a rising wave of agreement that the time has finally come to have that long-overdue discussion about race, injustice. In this segment, we talk about how to keep that discussion on track. Follow on Twitter: @docjorich@DrDorindaCA @d4griffin3 @jonHarper70bd @froehlichm @bamradionetwork Dr. Dorinda Carter Andrews is an internationally-renowned…
 
There’s a rising wave of agreement that the time has finally come to have that long-overdue discussion about race, injustice, and our differing views about systemic bias. Join us as we make our own humble attempt to start that discussion. Follow on Twitter: @docjorich@DrDorindaCA @d4griffin3 @jonHarper70bd @froehlichm @bamradionetwork Dr. Dorinda C…
 
Yes, it feels good to be viewed as a rockstar, superhero teacher. But the image of the super teacher can create unrealistic and ultimately harmful expectations. Join us for a look at why we need to shatter the myth of the superhero teacher for our wellbeing and the betterment of our students. Follow on Twitter: @RoxannaElden @jonHarper70bd @froehli…
 
Teaching remotely, in a crisis, with inadequate preparation can quickly drain the patience, energy, and creativity we need to teach well. Join us as we discuss ideas to make sure we are teaching with a full tank. Follow on Twitter: @jonHarper70bd @froehlichm @bamradionetwork@theWellEd Kiesha Easley is a certified educator with over 17 years of teac…
 
As the pandemic-driven demands placed on teachers escalates, the need for self-care and self-compassion are rising as well. Join us as we clarify the difference between the two and discuss how we can do both better. Follow on Twitter: @jonHarper70bd @froehlichm @stantonalana @self_compassion @bamradionetwork Kristin Neff is an Associate Professor o…
 
In this episode, we look at ways we can rise above this difficult moment by changing our routine and embracing creative, enriching, and uplifting activities. Follow on Twitter: @jonHarper70bd @froehlichm @bamradionetwork @DrKpsychologist @CoachHawkinsUMES Jelena Kecmanovic, Ph.D is the founding director of the Arlington/DC Behavior Therapy Institut…
 
It’s becoming clear that online learning is leaving a hole in our souls that was routinely filled by face-to-face contact. Join us as we look at how to adapt our need for close relationships to teaching remotely. Follow on Twitter: @jonHarper70bd @froehlichm @bamradionetwork @chasemielkeChase Mielke is a writer, speaker, and award-winning high scho…
 
As the relentless coronavirus pushes us deeper into this rapid transition to online learning, more challenging questions surface. To what extent can we bring structure to the vast amount of unstructured time students now have? Is it possible to differentiate instruction online? Should we even try? Follow on Twitter: @jonHarper70bd @froehlichm @bamr…
 
We are all trying to figure out how to handle this unprecedented disruption of the school year. In this episode, we talk about what some teachers are saying they need from their administrators during these stressful and demanding times. Follow on Twitter: @jonHarper70bd @froehlichm @pfagell @bamradionetwork @Joe_Mazza Phyllis L. Fagell, LCPC is the…
 
Keeping up to speed on education technology is challenging during normal times. What will teachers and students need to get and need to know to come up to speed on online learning fast. Follow on Twitter: @debbyatwater@jonHarper70bd @kylehamstra @froehlichm @bamradionetwork Debby Atwater is the Director of Digital Learning and Libraries for Chapel …
 
Is it possible to meet the social-emotional needs of students while teaching online? Yes and no. Tune in for a candid look at what we can do, what we can't do, and what we should do to help students through this emotional period. Follow on Twitter: @jonHarper70bd @froehlichm @pfagell @bamradionetwork @Joe_Mazza Phyllis L. Fagell, LCPC is the school…
 
Keeping up to speed on education technology is challenging during normal times. What will teachers and students need to get and need to know to come up to speed on online learning fast. Follow on Twitter: @debbyatwater@jonHarper70bd @kylehamstra @froehlichm @bamradionetwork Debby Atwater is the Director of Digital Learning and Libraries for Chapel …
 
As more schools respond to Covid-19, by making a rapid transition to online learning, what is happening to special needs students and their parents? Can these students receive the attention they require remotely? What are the specific challenges teachers face? What does every teacher moving to distance learning need to know? Follow on Twitter: @jon…
 
Join us for a discussion on why we expect so much of ourselves, why it's time to stop and how we can change our inner dialogue. Follow on Twitter: @PhilEchols @jonHarper70bd @froehlichm @LDamour @bamradionetwork Phil Echols is the Senior Administrator of Professional Learning for the Wake County Public School System, supporting Professional Learnin…
 
This month was dedicated to black history, but despite the activities, showcases, and programming, it’s still hard for many of us to talk authentically about race in school. Will we ever overcome our discomfort with race? If so, how? Follow on Twitter: @jonHarper70bd @DevonBeck365 @bamradionetwork Devon Beck is a hip hop artist, motivational speake…
 
Is this episode, we take a moment to reflect on 2019, consider our teaching challenges, and look at how we can course correct in the year ahead. Follow on Twitter: @daveschmittou @froehlichm @jonHarper70bd @bamradionetwork Dave Schmittou is a father of four and currently the Executive Director of Curriculum and Instruction for a school district in …
 
Some of the images we hold about what good teachers do and how they behave, discounts the qualities and needs of introverts. Join us as we look at self-care strategies for teachers who are introverted. Follow on Twitter: @spencerideas @froehlichm @jonHarper70bd @bamradionetwork After teaching middle school for eleven years, John Spencer is now a pr…
 
We all know that teacher discouragement and burnout has become the new normal. What we all need are more creative strategies to find joy in teaching no matter the demands, the conditions or the student behaviors you encounter today. Our guest offers a set of classroom-tested tips and tactics for staying energized and positive. Follow on Twitter: @j…
 
In this episode, we look at how distractions dilute your effectiveness, undermine your actions, and the steps you can take to become "indistractible." @nireyal @froehlichm @jonHarper70bd @bamradionetwork James Clear is an author, entrepreneur, and photographer. He Nir Eyal lectured at Stanford's Graduate School of Business and the Hasso Plattner In…
 
James takes us on another adventure in developing the habits and creating the environments that will give us the time and energy to be more effective. Follow: @jonHarper70bd @froehlichm @jamesclear @bamradionetwork James Clear is an author, entrepreneur, and photographer. He is the New York Times Bestseller of Atomic Habits and creator of the Habit…
 
Jon Harper and Mandi Froehlich with Doug Lemov As school begins, we get help from Doug Lemov on strategies to manage your classroom like an experienced master teacher. In this episode, Doug shares a few strategies on directing, reading and writing for developing better teachers for better classroom management. The episode is an intro to Doug's book…
 
When we are unable to help students we often feel guilty about our helplessness. What are the best ways to manage those unmanageable moments? Follow: @jonHarper70bd @froehlichm @LDamour @bamradionetwork Psychologist Dr. Lisa Damour writes the monthly Adolescence column for the New York Times, serves as a regular contributor to CBS News, maintains a…
 
Great teaching involves setting and keeping good habits. Join us for a discussion on how to cultivate and maintain the habits that make a difference. Follow: @jonHarper70bd @froehlichm @jamesclear @bamradionetwork James Clear is an author, entrepreneur, and photographer. He is the author of Atomic Habits and creator of the Habits Academy.…
 
Many of us are overachievers and our mindset introduces a lot of stress into our schoolwork. Join us as we look at how to temper our inner overachiever. Follow: @jonHarper70bd @froehlichm @cultofpedagogy @bamradionetwork Jennifer Gonzalez is editor-in-chief of the Cult of Pedagogy website, where she shares resources and inspiration to help teachers…
 
Resilience is about thriving in the face of adversity and bouncing back quickly. In this episode, we talk about how teachers can cultivate this skill. Follow: @jonHarper70bd @froehlichm @brightmorningtm @bamradionetwork Elena Aguilar is a writer, teacher, and facilitator of professional development. She is also the founder and president of Bright M…
 
When students' emotions melt down in your classroom, how can you maintain your balance and respond effectively? Follow: @jonHarper70bd @froehlichm @ahaprocess @bamradionetwork Ruby Payne is the authority on working across economic classes to create sustainable communities where everyone can live well. After changing the conversation in education to…
 
Resting, relaxing, and rejecting multitasking can help you get more done during your school day with less effort. Can this be true? Follow: @jonHarper70bd @froehlichm @askpang @bamradionetwork Alex Soojung-Kim Pang is the author of REST: WHY YOU GET MORE DONE WHEN YOU WORK LESS. Rest has been translated into a dozen languages, and recently appeared…
 
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