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Objective:The objective of this workshop is to provide the participants basic concepts in using a handy DV camera with simple accessories to record the teaching practice and upload the recorded video to LTTC video database for self reflection and/or collaborative commentating. Production of Teaching Practice Video involves:1. Preparation: Get permission to videotape on school property. Explain your project to the school administration. Be certain to explain to the school that you are creatin ...
 
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April Burch is a paraprofessional currently working in clerical services and co-founder of Cooking Autism, a nonprofit that helps educators offer life skills programs to children with disabilities. As a mother to two sons with special needs herself, she discusses the unique experience of educating students with disabilities during a pandemic.…
 
Aneeka Ferrell, a Substitute Coordinator in Washington, has seen a passion of hers take off in a big way in 2020: educators are clamoring for her implicit bias trainings. Aneeka joins the podcast to discuss the importance of recognizing and challenging your biases -- about everything from race, to gender, to disabilities -- for the sake of your stu…
 
The recently elected Chair of the NEA Aspiring Educators Program Cameo Kendrick stops by to discuss the unique position of the next generation of educators -- who are graduating and beginning their careers in the midst of a pandemic -- and her vision for the role of Aspiring Educators within the Association.…
 
Educators are in a unique position when it comes to social distancing. Plus, educators have their own families to care for in the midst of a public health crisis. Host Natieka Samuels talks virtually to NEA's General Counsel, Alice O'Brien, about what educators are entitled to and should be mindful of as they navigate their jobs and their health. T…
 
Tameka Mays, a paraprofessional and Paraeducator of the Year from Delaware, shares advice to hone your skills as a paraeducator and resources to use within your career as an ESP. Since recording this episode, the NEA’s ESP Leaders for Tomorrow program has been revamped as ESPLI (ESP Leadership Institute). Visit nea.org/espli for more information. Y…
 
Chelsey Short, a former NEA Aspiring Educators Program Chair and third year elementary school teacher, reflects on her career so far and offers some insight to aspiring educators on transitioning to full time teaching with the help of the union. Don’t forget to subscribe to the School Me podcast so you’ll never miss an episode!…
 
Ambereen Khan-Baker, a senior policy and program specialist at NEA and 13-year educator, joins us to talk about teaching as a woman of color, and how becoming National Board Certified helped her find her voice. Learn more about and join EdCommunities here. Learn more about National Board Certification here. Don’t forget to subscribe to the School M…
 
Erika Strauss Chavarria and Denisha Jones discuss the importance of bringing a racial and social justice lens to the classroom, and how educators can bring the Black Lives Matter week of action to their schools. Don’t forget to subscribe to the School Me podcast so that you’ll never miss an episode!By NEA School Me
 
Kyle Serrette, a Senior Policy Analyst at NEA, helps us understand community schools — what they are, how they work, and how they’re helping students across the country succeed. Learn more about community schools and how to transform your local school into one here: http://www.nea.org/communityschools. Or, visit one of Kyle’s recommended resources …
 
Courtney Dooley & Tameka Mays are a teacher and paraeducator team who’ve spent 2 years together in their math and science classroom in Newcastle, DE. They share their tips about the teacher/paraeducator relationship and how to get the most out of it while supporting students. Don’t forget to subscribe to the School Me podcast so that you’ll never m…
 
Tricia Lucie & Whitney Barber share school year preparation tips from the perspectives of a classroom teacher and a paraeducator. This dynamic duo exemplifies a supportive and successful teacher-paraeducator relationship. Don’t forget to subscribe to the School Me podcast so that you’ll never miss an episode!…
 
Candace Gautney, a high school testing coordinator in Tallahassee, FL, and a 15 year educational professional, talks about gauging student progress and ways new educators can reach out to their coordinators for support within instruction and testing environments. Don’t forget to subscribe to the School Me podcast so that you’ll never miss an episod…
 
Callie Marksbary, an elementary school educator in Lafayette, IN, and Patty Barrette, director of professional development at North Dakota United, discuss ‘The Model Code of Educator Ethics’ and navigating the use of social media and technology for new teachers. Don’t forget to subscribe to the School Me podcast so that you’ll never miss an episode…
 
David May, a middle school teacher from San Bernardino, CA with 9 years of teaching under his belt, shares tips and techniques for connecting with students, and when educators can show their personality. Are you allowed to smile before December? School Me dives into the answer. Don’t forget to subscribe to the School Me podcast so that you’ll never…
 
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