We find enthusiastic educators at the top of their game to share their knowledge and insights with you — the teaching community. Each episode is a deep dive into educational topics that are relevant to teachers today.
E03: Celebrating Women’s History
In this episode, Dr. Nathalie Means Henderson chats to us about being a woman in leadership, influential female role models, and how we can continue to inspire others.Listen to podcast
More from this series
E07: The Power of Project-based Learning
Listen along as we chat to Steve Martinez, a passionate Social Science teacher with an excitement for EdTech, as he covers the benefits and opportunities that come with project-based learning!Listen to podcast
E06: Striving for Student Empowerment
Educational technologist, and CEO and Co-Founder of Breakout EDU, Adam Bellow, talks us through shifting from a focus on student engagement to reaching for student empowerment.Listen to podcast
E05: Reflection and Goal Setting
In this episode, Lead Regional EdTech Coordinator Ben Sondgeroth takes us through year-end rituals; how it’s vital for both students and teachers to reflect and set goals for the year to come!Listen to podcast
E04: Celebrating the Special in SPED
We’re on the line with Jere Chang, a Gifted Educational Teacher with over 25 years of experience, as we dive into what makes SPED so special – including tips and advice for teachers!Listen to podcast
Meet the crew
Chelsea is a former Kindergarten teacher with experience in Reading Intervention for K-5 and Art. Outside of work, Chelsea enjoys yoga, snacking, and The Golden Girls!
Tacorey is a former ELA, social studies, math, science, and computer science teacher. He was also the Dean of Students. Outside of work, Tacorey enjoys running, tennis, and listening to music – he recommends Tasha Cobbs Leonard!
Belsa is a former social studies teacher with certified experience in supporting ESL students. Outside of work, Belsa enjoys reading, traveling to countries with great outdoor activities, and listening to true crime podcasts — she recommends Crime Junkies!