Life Of The School Podcast awam
[search 0]
lebih

Download the App!

show episodes
 
For the first 100 episodes, the Life Of The School podcast was a series of episodes where Aaron Mathieu interviewed different life science teachers to discus their path to the classroom, work in the classroom, and hopes and dreams for the future. Starting in September 2020 (episode 102), LOTS became a panel discussion podcast, exploring various issues we face in our classroom.
 
The School of L I F E the PODCAST is a life navigation system that prepares individuals for life and life more abundantly. Each episode will enlighten and inspire you as the listener while you receive a PHD in life. This show aims to bridge the gap in our lives where we can be naturally weak and spiritually strong or spiritually weak and naturally strong. Mr. Hearn’s unique approach is practical and relatable. The School Of Life is filled with wisdom, knowledge, God inspired teachings, and G ...
 
Loading …
show series
 
S3 | EP12 | It's NOT Magic | In This Episode Mr. Hearn Exposes How We Sometimes Can Treat God Like He's A Genie. This Episode Will Lead To Self-Reflection And Redefining How And What We Ask God For. Does Your Ask Come From A Place Of Ungratefulness, Envy, Or Irresponsibility? --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/justin88/support…
 
After 6 years, I am taking a break from podcasting. I am calling it a summer vacation for now, but we will see if the break is actually a bit longer. Before I go, I am going to leave you with a clips episode from some of my favorite conversations during the early years of the podcast. This episode could have easily been 60 hours long, but I hope yo…
 
We made it?! I don’t know if it was that we had our expectations too high or that the pandemic has broken us all, but the 2021-2022 school year was rough. With that in mind, we are going to hunt for the silver linings to the storm cloud that was this past school year.Show Notes:We start this show with the goofy question: What is one of your favorit…
 
One of the topics that teachers have been discussing a lot this year has been how issues with student behavior feel worse this past school year compared to the past. Today we discuss this topic and reflect on how we may reframe this issue next year.Show Questions:We start this question with the goofy question. What is a dumb rule that you have had …
 
S3 | EP9 | Change it's not if it's when | Life Can Be Unpredictable, Therefore Change Is Inevitable! Managing Change Becomes Key To Life. Some Of Us Resist Change Others Embrace Change. Change Is Happening To Us But For Us! It's Necessary! Let's Change How We View Change And Allow Change To Grow Us. Change Has Duality. --- Support this podcast: htt…
 
As I have been reimagining my curriculum over the past few years, the idea of using a scientific phenomenon to hook kids into our work has been both exciting and challenging. Today, I discuss the concept of phenomena with Tanea, Mark and Jess. We definitely had a lot of fun, so we hope you enjoy the conversation.Show Notes:We start this question wi…
 
S3 | EP8 | The Fear of Missing Out refers to the feeling or perception that others are having more fun, living better lives, or experiencing better things than you are. It involves a deep sense of envy and affects self-esteem. It is often exacerbated by social media sites like Instagram and Facebook. FOMO is not just the sense that there might be b…
 
As we head into state assessment season (people who don’t spend their lives in schools call this spring), I thought it would be fun to talk about different forms of assessment and what this looks like in our classrooms.Show Notes:- We start this question with the goofy question. When was the last time you had to sit down to take a test?Joining us f…
 
On this episode we discuss the sometimes challenging issues dealing with late work, retakes and revisions, particularly considering the grading practices through the lens of grading equity. Show Notes: We start this question with the goofy question. How do you personally feel when you need to get to an event by a certain time? Are you an early pers…
 
S3 | EP6 | The Danger of Retaliation | The Most Natural Reaction When One Has Been Hurt, Lied On, Talked About, Or Manipulated Is To Retaliate. We Try To Pay Back What We Feel Was Done To Us. However, This Is Wrong And Only Re-Produces The Hurt That Was Done To Us. Say It With Me "Hurt People, Hurt People! "Vengeance is Mine Says The Lord". Therefo…
 
On this episode we discuss two grading practices that are used in many classroom but are certainly possible issues when it comes to grade equity. Show Notes:We start this question with the goofy question. Have you been caught up in the 2022 Wordle wave? Any other puzzle games popular with your family, friends or students? Joining us from Texas is L…
 
S3 | EP5 | Refueling | What's Fueling You?? What's Draining Your Fuel? Life Becomes Full Of Things That Drains Our Fuel If We Are Not Mindful. This Happens Mentally, Physically And Emotionally. It's Important To Ensure That We Are Fueling Ourselves To Keep Up With Life Demands. Proper Fuel Will Give You Everything You Need To Be Who You Are And Who…
 
As a group of lifelong learners, we are in a community of teachers who are often getting additional degrees and certificates, some are for career advancement, while others are just for growth and learning. With that in mind, we are discussing the pros and cons of teachers pursuing additional degrees.Show Notes:We kick off our episode with a goofy q…
 
S3 | EP4 | The Catch Up | The Last Live Episode Of The School Of Life Podcast Was In November Of 2020. But We're BACK! We Hope You Have Enjoyed Listening To The Sermons Posted By Mr.Hearn. In This Episode Mr.Hearn and Pastor Allen Discuss Current Events. The War Between Ukraine And Russia, The Super Bowl, The NBA's All-Star Weekend Events And Mr.He…
 
Today, as we return to the topic of professional development to discuss the good, the bad and the ugly of pandemic PD and what PD may look like in the future. We kick off our episode with a goofy question: If you could attend a PD workshop run by any person (scientist, author, teacher, etc) whose workshop would you want to attend?- Joining us from …
 
S3 | EP3 | First Come, First Served | First Come, First Served Is A Term Widely Used For Parties & Events. Meaning To Have The Most Grand Experience One Must Arrive Early Or On Time. This Term Relates To The Prioritization Placed On The Event. If One Arrives Early Or On Time The Food Will Be Hot And Plentiful. Failure To Arrive Early Or On Time The…
 
Today, we return to a topic that comes up every few months, the concept of teaching an interdisciplinary class.Show Notes:We kick off our episode with a question: what was your favorite non-science subject(s) in school when you were a kid?Joining us from Missouri is Kelly Kluthe: Art and orchestra! I loved drawing and playing the violin. I was a qu…
 
S3 | EP2 | GOOD Friendships | Friendships Are Important! So Important That Jesus Gathered 12 Men Who Would Help Him Conquer His Destiny. The Friendships That We Choose Has The Ability To Push Us Toward Our Destiny OR Away From It. Does This Mean That All Our Friendships Have To Be Saved, Sanctified, And Filled With The Holy Ghost? NO! (Where Would …
 
Today, we discuss the presence and influence of other adults in our classroom.Show Notes:We kick off our episode with the question: What is something New and Exciting happening in your professional life in 2022?Joining us from Texas is Lee Ferguson: I am starting classes for administrator certification on January 18.Joining us from Missouri is Kell…
 
S3 | EP1 Reality Check | Often Times In Life We Learn The Ways Of Being "Christ Like" Before We Really Understand Who Christ Is and Who He Is To Us. We Learn the Lingo And Other Charismatics. I Bet You Can Finish This Sentence "God Is Good And.......... But Do We Really Believe God Is Good. Or Is This An Expression We Use Because We Claim To Be "Ch…
 
Today we kick off 2022 by discussing how we go about revising aspects of our curriculum.Show Notes:We kick off our episode with a goofy question: Do you typically make a New Year’s Resolution or goal for the upcoming year? If so, what is your resolution for 2022?How much pre-planning goes into your teaching? Do you have structured unit plans for th…
 
To say goodbye to 2021, I am joined by the hosts of the 2 Pint PLC to wrap up the year!Show Notes:We Introduced ourselves with the goofy question: What is one thing you learned this year from educational research about beer?Laurence Woodruff: Dragons milk stout is giving me heartburnMichael Ralph: wheat beers are not a monolith.Aaron: Non-alcoholc …
 
Today, as we find ourselves deep into the holiday season, we reflect back on the past few years and ask whether or not the grades have the same emphasis as they did a few years ago. Show Notes:We kick off our episode with a goofy question: What movie/tv show/or music signifies to you that it is holiday season?Joining us from Illinois is Amy Kelly: …
 
Show Notes: On our panel shows, we start with a goofy question, and as we are releasing this just before thanksgiving, what’s a Thanksgiving side dish that you have that may not be on everyones table?- Kelly Kluthe: gooey butter cake- Sedate Kohler: cheesy potatoes #Wisconsin- Lee Ferguson: The most decadent scalloped potatoes ever.- Aaron Mathieu:…
 
Show Notes:- On our panel shows, we start with a goofy question, and as we are recording this just before halloween, did you dress up for halloween this year? If not, do you remember the last time you did?Lee Ferguson: I did not...but I think the last time I did dress up for Halloween, I dressed as a hockey puck. Somewhere in my house there is phot…
 
For this episode, I am reposting episode #1, but be before that audio, I chat with my colleague and first guest Brian Dempsey to reflect on how the last 5+ years of podcasting has shaped our teaching practice. Credits: Please subscribe to Life of the school on your podcast player of choice!Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/LOTS Music by: https://exm…
 
Show Questions:- How did you become a science teacher? What did you do before teaching?- I am curious about how you became a co-teacher of a biology course. How did that begin and how has it changed while you have been doing this?- I know that you typically teach a forensics science course, even though you are not teaching it this year. What is tha…
 
On this episode, we will be discussing the concept of Universal Design for Learning.Show Notes:- To kick off the episode, we will start with our goofy question: You will only be able to watch episodes of 1 TV show for the next year, what show do you pick?- Have you had any discussions of UDL at your school or as part of your own personal developmen…
 
On this episode, I am joined by one new panelist and one old friend to discuss IEPs, 504s and other accommodations in the classroom. Show Questions:To kick off the episode, we will start with our goofy question: You are in a rock group, what is your role in the group?Joining us from Illinois, is new panelist Amy Kelly: Lead SingerJoining us from Mi…
 
In this episode, Lee and I have an informal chat about the end of summer and the start of the school year on the two very different planets we live on (Massachusetts and Texas). We will do our best to avoid political landmines… let’s see how this goes.Show Notes:How do you feel getting the school year started? Lee: Cautiously excited. I’m ready to …
 
On this episode I chat with the authors of the book After The Mask: A Guide to Caring for Students and Schools. This recently published book discusses the pediatric mental health crisis that schools were grappling with before 2020, has been exacerbated by the COVID19 pandemic, and proposes strategies educators will want to implement in their classr…
 
Today we discuss how we remove or reduce grades from our classrooms. Joining me for this conversation is Lee Ferguson from Texas and Johanna Brown from Washington State.Show Notes:- Johanna gave a shout out to Katy Dornbos as one of the teachers who helped out on her journey to being a gradeless teacher.- Johanna put together this google doc with a…
 
Today we check back in with a past guest, Katie Ryan from Episode 85. When we last talked with Katie in December of 2019 as she was completing her student teaching in Colorado. Since our conversation, Karie became a Knowles Teaching Fellow and began her teaching career at Gresham Middle School in Knoxville, TN. Show Notes:We discussed Katie’s :Move…
 
We Introduced ourselves with the Question: What is one frivolous piece of media (book, tv, movie, music) you are looking forward to enjoying this summer?How is your professional life going to change in the upcoming school year(s)?Bold goal setting time: What is one aspect of your teaching you want to improve?What should the Life of the school podca…
 
We Introduced ourselves with the Goofy Question: If you could interview one famous person, living or dead, who would it be? Do you have any memories of what it was like to be a guest on the episode?Do you have a favorite memory or “A Ha!” moment from the past year?We play a trivia game: Name that LOTS episode! (apologies to the 50+ Guests not menti…
 
We Introduced ourselves with the Goofy: What's your current cellphone wallpaper/lockscreen?Tanea: Me at 16. Boy do I miss the 16 year old me (well the body, not the brain and confidence, etc.)Lee: It’s an old picture of the wall from our former teacher workroom. The girl who ran the copier there had decorated it with movie quotes from a bunch of di…
 
We Introduced ourselves with the Question: What was the worst job you've ever had?Lee: probably telemarketer was my least favorite. It was my first job, and I was in high school. I had to try and sell these cheesy plaques to parents that congratulated their kid for graduating high school. I did at least learn to handle rejection so maybe it wasn’t …
 
We Introduced ourselves with the Goofy Question: What is one activity that you can get completely lost in and spend hours doing without realizing it?We then Discuss the following questions:- Is “engagement” something you actively consider when lesson planning?- How do you differentiate “busy work” from engagement?- Over the past few years, some edu…
 
We Introduced ourselves with the Goofy Question: Do you have a favorite PD Icebreaker (or are all icebreakers evil...I think this is a perfectly reasonable stance)We also discuss the following questions:- How do you normally approach finding PD opportunities? - What is a typical summer like for you in terms of PD, Planning, and Personal time?- Summ…
 
This episode is a presentation I made with Paul Strode at the 2020 NABT Conference. You can follow Paul on twitter @pkstrode.Some useful resources from this talk include:Kohn, A. (2012). The case against grades. The Education Digest, 77(5), 8.Strode, Paul K. (2020). My Classes are Pointless. Mr. Dr. Science Teacher blog, https://mrdrscienceteacher.…
 
We Introduced ourselves with the Goofy Question: If you could live somewhere else in the world for a year, where would it be?Tanea - Shenzhen! That’s where I’m moving, but I considered Vietnam, Spain, and Rwanda too.Lee: absent the cold, I’d love to live in New York City for a year. There is something so invigorating about being in the city that I …
 
Loading …

Panduan Rujukan Pantas

Podcast Teratas
Google login Twitter login Classic login