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.

19: Podcasting in the Classroom: 10 Ways to Grow Your Audience

#19 Podcasting in the Classroom: 10 Ways to Grow Your Audience

19 Podcasting in the Classroom: 10 Ways to Grow Your Audience

Today I share the value of podcasting in your classroom or teacher business and how this extends your reach. I offer 10 ways to build an audience better. This episode will give you valuable resources that will help you further share your message. From knowing your audience to using social media to promoting your show, you will gain insight into thinking through your listeners. Knowing our audience is critical when we are talking or writing to anyone. It helps us serve our tribe or our kids in a much more meaningful manner. I hope you will join me.

Highlights from the show:

Podcasting is a great way to expand your message in your classroom or in your teacher business. The possibilities are endless.

Knowing your audience will help you serve them better. Whether your listeners they are teachers or the parents of your students, or kids, knowing who you are speaking to is vital. If you are using podcasting in the classroom, you want your kids to know who they are talking to. Their language needs to be different if they are speaking to their parents, or other kids, or you!

Listen to what your audience wants and needs. Learn more about who they are.

If kids are listening to your podcast and recommending it to other kids, you are reaching even more kids. And parents! If parents are talking about you, and they are, then why not let it be about your amazing podcast.

Inspire your guests to WANT to share your show.

It’s just the best feeling to know that you have somebody out there listening to what you have to say. I see a lot of times teachers don’t feel heard and sometimes kids don’t feel heard. So think about the possibilities of giving someone a voice. They really are endless.

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Listener Spotlight of the Week

19 Podcasting in the Classroom: 10 Ways to Grow Your Audience

Thank you Lucy, for sharing your thoughts! I’m so glad you liked this episode with Melanie Redden. And I’m sorry you felt unsupported. You deserve much better!

Links Mentioned in the Show:

My Ideal Audience for My Podcast

One Tired Teacher Episode 8: Building Team Rapport

Trina Deboree Teaching and Learning Podcasting Equipment

One Tired Teacher Episode 15: Engaging Students with Chris Kesler