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Author: Narelle Lemon

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Welcome to 'Teachers supporting teachers'. The podcast sharing insights into being and becoming a teacher. I’m your host Narelle Lemon, a Professor of Education located in Australia and currently working at Edith Cowan University in Perth in the state of Western Australia. I’m curious and love to use this strength to find out more, so what better way to support others than to create this podcast series to be able to gain insights and perspectives from colleagues and friends. Make a cup of tea and find a comfy place to sit as you listen to various guests talk about being and becoming a teacher. Find out more by reading the podcast notes at http://www.exploreandcreateco.com/teachers-supporting-teachers-podcast

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Welcome to Teachers Supporting Teachers 2023 Bonus Episode ... this is a wow end of the year share conversation, that you will so understand as you listen. This episode was recorded in June 2023 with future teachers of Institut Pendidikan Guru Kampus Tun Abdul Raza (IPGKTAR) in Kuching, Malaysia Borneo. We had just finished a workshop on making for wellbeing and wellbeing for making where we also focused on hope for our self-care and wellbeing. This episode is recorded on one microphone...
In this episode, Narelle Lemon, Teachers Supporting Teachers producer and VC Professoriate Research Fellow at Edith Cowan University, and her series co-host Marnie Harris, a lecturer and professional experience coordinator at Edith Cowan University's South West Campus, are joined by special guest Jan Drew, director of The Global Student, to discuss international educational experiences.Jan shares her journey into this space, having been a teacher herself and later developing the Global Educat...
In this episode, Narelle Lemon, Teachers Supporting Teachers producer and professor based at the Mount Lawley campus at Edith Cowan University, and her series co-host Marnie Harris, a lecturer based in the South West Campus in Bunbury, engage in a thought-provoking discussion with three principals from the Kimberley region of Western Australia.Eliot, principal of Derby District High School, shares his 27-year journey in education and his experiences working in regional and remote schools. Pau...
In this episode, Narelle Lemon, Teachers Supporting Teachers producer and professor based at the Mount Lawley campus at Edith Cowan University, and her series co-host Marnie Harris, a lecturer based in the South West Campus in Bunbury, are joined by special guest Michaela, a primary pre-service teacher completing her final year at Edith Cowan University. Michaela shares her inspiring story and passion for learning and teaching, which has taken her on transformative teaching journeys far from ...
In this episode of series 9, Narelle Lemon (Teachers Supporting Teachers producer and professor based at Mount Lawley campus at Edith Cowan University) and her series co-host Marnie Harris (a lecturer based in the South West Campus, in Bunbury, of Edith Cowan University) are joined by special guest Connor, a graduate teacher from Edith Cowan University who loved his final placement so much that he decided to stay on at the school. Connor shares his motivations for undertaking a professional e...
In this introductory episode, Narelle Lemon (Teachers Supporting Teachers producer and professor based at Mount Lawley campus of Edith Cowan University) and her series co-host plus guest for this episode Marnie Harris delve into the topic of regional, rural, and remote educational experiences. Marnie, the primary professional experience coordinator at Edith Cowan University's South West campus in Bunbury, shares her expertise and research in this area.Marnie defines regional, rural, and...
In this episode, Narelle Lemon, Teachers Supporting Teachers producer and professor based at the Mount Lawley campus at Edith Cowan University, and her series co-host Marnie Harris, a lecturer based in the South West Campus in Bunbury, continue their conversation with Kimberley principals Eliot, Paul, and Esther.This is part two of a conversation with principals from the Kimberley region of Western Australia. Part one can be accessed here. The discussion explores the collaborative ...
Welcome to Teachers Supporting Teachers Podcast, a podcast that supports future teachers, and those who are in the classroom. This is series 8, and episode 6, our last in a collection that has been a collaboration with the Office of Australia's Women in STEM Ambassador. I've been working closely with Becky Laurence who is the program coordinator for Future You and her colleagues, and in this episode Becky and I are joined by Hilary the Future You Program Manager.Equity in the classroom...
Welcome to Teachers Supporting Teachers Podcast, a podcast that supports future teachers, and those who are in the classroom. And this is series 8. As with all series I like to do something a little different and capture some different ideas, work with different people, and inspire you as you become teachers and work as teachers.So this series I am collaborating with the Office of Australia's Women in STEM Ambassador, and I am working closely with Becky Laurence who is the program coord...
Welcome to this episode in series 8 where we are talking all things career education, STEM, and women in partnership with Australian Government’s Women in STEM Ambassador and the program coordinator for Future You Becky Lawrence. In this episode we spice up evaluation. It's critical for development of programs and continuous improvement, and of course is a close friend with reflective practice. Becky shares the findings from our market research about the first lot of resources developed, and ...
This is a wonderful episode where we have many ah ha moments of what can be possible in the classroom as a teacher. We dig deep in the concept of being an engineer of the lesson and classroom, failing forward, risk taking, development of electives and curriculum, and what is possible when we dream big as teachers for our students. This is a rich conversation with Becky and our guest Dr Kathryn White who runs the Australian Junior Science Olympiad for ASI, is one of the program team memb...
Welcome to Teachers Supporting Teachers Podcast, a podcast that supports future teachers, and those who are in the classroom. And this is series 8. As with all series I like to do something a little different and capture some different ideas, work with different people, and inspire you as you become teachers and work as teachers.So this series I am collaborating with the Office of Australia's Women in STEM Ambassador, and I am working closely with Becky Laurence who is the Program Coord...
Teachers are responsible for shaping the future of our world. The influence we have over students and WHO those students become is huge. So in this series, Series 8 of Teachers Supporting Teachers, we talk about STEM careers, opportunities, futures and what is possible as we tap into the potential for pre-service teachers, teachers, educators, and students, especially young women - we dig deep into the what, why and how.Creativity, innovation, the arts and imagination also features an invitat...
Welcome to this episode, no. 8 in series 7 that captures the experiences of undertaking a study tour and international practicum in Kuching, Sarawak, Malaysia Borneo. In this episode Lewis is executive producer and he is joined by Taylah and Stephen reflecting upon their experiences, cultural learnings, and development as future teachers. A brief special guest appearance is made by Rachel, as she and Lisa ended their time hoping they hadn't caught covid! Enjoy this last episode of t...
Hello and welcome this extra special episode of Teachers Supporting Teachers. We continue to record here in Kuching, Sarawak Malaysia Borneo to capture our study tour experince and in this episode I have a special guest, Emma Zainal Abiddin. Emma is the founder of the NGO ÂÛtsome Kuching. Her NGO’s vision is a world in which the Autistic community is supported by its families and allies to achieve genuine acceptance, inclusion, and active support, and in which Autistic culture and ...
Welcome to episode 6 hosted by Taylah Hautot a final year pre-service teacher studying to be a secondary teacher in English Literature and Psychology. In this episode we will be talking about what it has been like to be the first generation of post covid teachers. Taylah is joined by her fellow pre-service teachers Lisa, Lewis, Stephen and Rachel for this honest and insightful conversation. Lots to think about in terms of the role of the teacher and society’s expectation of ...
Welcome to part 3 of 3 as a part of our collaboration across Australia and Malaysia. We continue to share our experiences of a study tour and global education practicum supported by the New Colombo Plan. This episode was recorded in a large room with us all gathered around a microphone to capture the moment. We are joined by 7 Malaysian pre-service teachers from the teacher institute Institut Pendidikan Guru Kampus Tun Abdul Razak (IPGKTAR) in Kuching, Malaysia Borneo to talk all things...
Welcome to episode 4 of series 7 as we continue to share our experiences of a study tour and global education practicum supported by the New Colombo Plan. This episode is part 2 of 3 recorded in a large room with us all gathered around a microphone to capture the moment. We are joined by 7 Malaysian pre-service teachers from the teacher institute Institut Pendidikan Guru Kampus Tun Abdul Razak (IPGKTAR) in Kuching, Malaysia Borneo to talk all things being and becoming teachers. In this e...
Welcome to episode 3 of series 7 as we continue to share our experiences of a study tour and global education practicum supported by the New Colombo Plan. This episode is part 1 of 3 recorded in a large room with us all gathered around a microphone to capture the moment. We are joined by 7 Malaysian pre-service teachers from the teacher institute Institut Pendidikan Guru Kampus Tun Abdul Razak (IPGKTAR) in Kuching, Malaysia Borneo to talk all things being and becoming teachers. In this e...
Welcome to episode 2 of series 7. In this episode we are recording on the go, in a car on the way home from day one of professional experience (placement or practicum) in a school. We’ve partnered with Tunku Putra HELP International School in Kuching, Sarawak, Malaysia Borneo for two weeks. Steve will be working with kinder, Lisa and Rachel will be working across national and international primary classrooms, and Taylah and Lewis will be working with secondary national and internat...
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