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The top esl/efl listening resource for those learning English and teaching English. We provide real conversations recorded for all levels of English learners. In addition, the supporting worksheets and transcripts can be used for self access or in the classroom to provide valuable English language lessons for learners of English at Beginner, Elementary, Intermediate and Advanced levels.
 
Letters from the Lunchroom is brought to you by Communities In Schools of Mid-America. Communities In Schools (CIS) is a nationwide non-profit, which connects students and their families to local resources in order to remove barriers so that they will have greater success in school and in life. During this podcast, we talk to people who have a relationship with CIS. From students to staff members, and alumni to volunteers, we know that people who connect with non-profits have a story that le ...
 
Our vision is to create a conversation around finding moments in time, in an organic way between family members. Our conversation will explore ways to provide practical tools to help families look up from their screens to find meaningful, connected moments that strengthen relationships with fundamental foundations that last a lifetime. Good friends, Chad, Trisha and LenEll, share their conversations ranging from child development to parenting. LenEll is the pro ... a Masters in Applied Psych ...
 
Students will integrate teaching-learning theories as they apply to problems which occur in the classroom situations in which the student teacher or intern is working. Prerequisite: Admission II or applied for Admission II and concurrent enrollment in Elementary Education 400 and 401.
 
These podcasts were created by K-5 students from West Salem Elementary School in Salem, Virginia. They have created a variety of presentations including reading original stories and poems, readers theaters, and reviews for content area units. We hope you enjoy listening to these podcasts!
 
Teaching Languages Arts Pre-K-8 This course is planned for you to study teaching language arts, to provide practice using instructional materials, and to learn about evaluation strategies likely to enhance communication of all learners. An integrated and constructivist approach to reading, writing, speaking, listening, language study and language diversity will be provided. Prerequisite: Elementary Education 201, Educational Foundations 380 (may be taken concurrently) and Admission I.
 
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We watched Season 4 Episode 11: Homer's Triple Bypass! Homer has a heart attack, we meet Dr Nick Riviera for the first time. This was an excellent example of joke writing vs serious subject matter, Claire found this episode very stressful, Bok experiences technical difficulties right when making a poignant moment, both talk extensively about dentis…
 
Three young adults describe the social, emotional, and academic effects of Covid on their college experience and lives and how they are coping. Have your young adult children read my book, Letters from My Grandfather: … How Covid is affecting college students, in their own words Read More »By Tim Jordan, MD, International Speaker, Author, Blogger, and Counselor for Teen and Tween GIrls
 
In this episode, I share big news on the future of The Simply Organized Teacher. Plus, I break down the top: Downloaded Simply Teach episodes Classroom Organization episodes Classroom Management episodes Time Management episodes First-Year Teacher episodes If you need help with the following areas, here are some resources to help you! Need help org…
 
This week, we're taking a deep dive into a distinctly Japanese literary genre (zuihitsu, or 'wandering brush') by looking at two of its most famous exemplars: the Hojoki, or Record of a Hut, and Tsurezuregusa, or Essays in Idleness. What lasts forever in this world? How should we strive to live? What should we do when confronted with gamblers on a …
 
Letters from the Lunchroom is a podcast that shows you a new side of Communities In Schools, a nationwide non-profit which provides support services for at-risk students. We know that people who engage with non-profits have a story to tell, and we want to hear that story. From students to staff members, and alumni to volunteers, our host, Victoria,…
 
Listen to two heart-warming stories about compassion and love of neighbor to guide your holiday season. No holiday gathering is complete without our Dinner Dialogue cards. Get a box today and use them around your … Kindness, Empathy and Love: The best holiday gifts that can’t be bought in stores Read More »…
 
When we think about organization, of our house or our classroom, it's a daunting thing to think about! I tend to get lost in the weeds when it comes to getting organized. That's why, I think, so many of you struggle to get your classroom organized. It's not that you can't get your classroom organized but that there is SO much to do, many teachers d…
 
These are truly challenging times. Parents are now being asked to be teachers or at least co-teachers and it can can make the already difficult job of parenting that much more difficult. Bill Wooldridge and Theo Thompson share their ideas about trying to navigate this dual role in a child's virtual learning day.…
 
This week, we're talking about one of the most famous stories in Japanese history: the bamboo princess Naotake no Kaguyahime and her absolute wrecking ball-esque demolition of Japan's stupidest and most eligible bachelors before she returns back to her home on the moon. Who says classical literature isn't fun? Show notes here.…
 
NAESP recently teamed up with the Learning Policy Institute (LPI) to conduct a national principal study surveying 1,000 principals to learn more about their access to high-quality professional development opportunities. The report had some key findings, including that few principals had participated in authentic learning opportunities (e.g., applie…
 
As little kids, we dream of the jobs we want to have when we are grown-ups- a lot of you reading this probably always knew you wanted to be a teacher. But then, when you actually got into the classroom, it wasn’t at all what you had hoped it would be. Way more work, way more time, way more responsibility, and way more clutter than you probably anti…
 
Fascinating discussion with author Paul Greenberg about how to be in charge of your phone and social media so that it doesn’t control you. Instead of checking your messages, have a blast learning about each … Ready to switch to a flip phone? The good, the bad and the ugly of smart phones and social media Read More »…
 
Since we are just a couple of weeks away from the break, I want to help you manage your class these last couple of weeks. In this episode, I share some things you can do to improve your classroom management. These tips come from a full list of 9 Classroom Management tips that you can get here. Links from show: Episode 088 Shownotes 9 Classroom Mana…
 
This week, we cover Sorge's career in Tokyo, and explore just how he was able to convince so many people that he was exactly what he was not -- a loyal Nazi here to report on Japan for the benefit of Hitler's regime. Plus, some thoughts on Sorge's significance in the history of the Second World War. Show notes here.…
 
What are your thoughts on writing lesson plans? Do you love it or hate it? The idea of writing lesson plans can make some people shut down and become so overwhelmed. Today I want to share ways to write lesson plans quickly, organize your materials effectively, and save you time! Links from show: Episode 087 Shownotes The Organized Teacher Framework…
 
To complete our three part series, we discuss Together Tokens which teach patience, turn-taking, and how rewarding time can be with others … “the gift of play”. Through the use of short periods of time and play activities that are highly motivating, the two people learn to find excitement and joy in each other’s company and one another’s interests.…
 
The second, in our three part series we discuss an alternative to time outs, a simple concept of positive re-enforcement. Your Time Clock is a behavior system that is straightforward, visual and will put your child in charge of their time. Catch your child displaying behaviors you want (sharing, kind words, listening the first time, etc.) and your …
 
We watched Season 3, Episode 8: New Kid On The Block! Bart has a crush on the girl next door and Homer tries to have all he can eat! This is a Horny Simpsons episode, and we're here for it. Bok gives us a run down of her inner thoughts through song, Claire wants to put all her gal pals in her front yard before dates, both agree Laura Power is the T…
 
Don’t spend the holidays flying by the seat of your pants; take charge of your busyness starting…now! No holiday gathering is complete without our Dinner Dialogue cards. Get a box today and start learning things … Will your holidays be full of overwhelming joy or busyness? Read More »By Tim Jordan, MD, International Speaker, Author, Blogger, and Counselor for Teen and Tween GIrls
 
As teachers, I think it is part of our responsibility to teach them how to make healthy choices that will provide them with healthy bodies. When we give them tons of junk food options and celebrate the idea that junk food = fun, I think we are doing them a big disservice. So today, I am sharing 10 fun and guilt-free classroom party ideas that you c…
 
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