Trina Deboree
Teaching and Learning
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One Tired Teacher

Teachers have important things to say and share. A podcast for teachers bring you the stories and inspiration behind the scenes from classrooms around the globe. Honest conversations about teacher tired and passion filled teaching allows educators to speak their truth on the trials and treasures of being a teacher.

49: Should Teachers Consider Shifting Their Mindset Around Behavior?

Being a teacher can be so difficult, especially when it comes to behavior problems. Kids throwing tables and chairs and acting aggressively has increased significantly in the past five years. Sadly, we are seeing a dramatic increase in younger children who exhibit these behaviors, as well.

So what is a teacher to do? That is the question. How can teachers teach when they are continually being interrupted by one behavior issue after another?

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47 How to Handle Behavior Issues in the Classroom

On today’s show, I have expert ESE resource teacher, Nichole Maas talking all about behavior and how to proactively manage the classroom and provide tools for ALL children to learn and co-exist. Nichole is a wealth of information and has the most incredible heart for children. I hope you will join us as we talk about behavior, classroom management, building rapport, and helping children find their best selves.

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46 How to Make Social and Emotional Learning a Priority

Mary Anne and I spoke several months ago about a very important topic- social-emotional learning. Our conversation was very special to me, as Mary Anne shares her raw uncensored responses to teaching, learning, and her very first steps into the world of being a teacherpreneur. (I chose to do very little editing. Mary Anne worked very hard to move past the language barrier. But I love her sweet way of trying to figure out exactly what she wants to say. She is endearing in her raw vulnerability. I know you will find this to be true.) Mary Anne creates resources on TpT that focus on the social and emotional aspects of learning. She has a true heart for this topic, and I feel it is the perfect time to share this with you during our series on behavior.

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43: OTT: First Week Activities for Back-to-School

Now if getting ready for school was really as easy as listening to 5 podcasts life as an educator would be so much better! Let's get real. You and I both know it isn't. We know that it takes more than the time given us to get everything all set. Most teachers I know have to go back weeks before school actually begins. It's a lot to ask, and we are often not thanked for doing it. So I want to say on behalf of children across the world- THANK YOU! Thank you for your continued dedication and commitment to excellence. Even if you do it to save your own sanity, THANK YOU! You continue to make a difference in the lives of others.

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37: Teacher Turned Teacherpreneurs Podcasting

If you are a teacher who has turned into a teacherpreneur, you may want to consider adding podcasting to your business plans. Podcasting can be an incredible way to make connections with your audience, share your message, expand your reach, and make an impact with the power of your voice. On today's show, I share all about Podcasting Academy for Teacherpreneurs (PAT). PAT is a digital course that I offer to teacherpreneurs that takes you step-by-step through the stages of podcasting from pre-planning to production, post-production, and launching your show into the world. I hope you will join me inside Podcasting Academy for Teacherprenerus.

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