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In this episode, we chat about habits and routines that keep our lives consistent even through teaching during these challenging times. We talk about: The daily routines that keep us in a better mindset Our favorite planners that keep our to-do lists, and schedules organized How flexibility is really the name of the game when it comes to handling bumps in the road To follow our hosts on Instagram, head to:AllieBrittanyTo check out other episodes, head on over to the Teacher Leader Podcast site!
In this episode, we chat about goal setting which is one of our FAVORITE topics. We talk about: Why now is a perfect time to reset your goals for the new yearAll the ways you can plan your goals AND create a plan to get them accomplishedAnd finally our 4 step framework for goal setting like an awesome #teacherleaderTo follow our hosts on Instagram, head to:AllieBrittanyTo check out other episodes, head on over to the Teacher Leader Podcast site!
In this episode, we chat about teacher leadership and why it's hard to give it an exact definition. We talk about: Why teacher leadership is not about the fancy titlesHow being "the boss" is not the same as being a teacher leaderAnd how ALL teachers are leaders, even if being an administrator is not their desired end resultTo follow our hosts on Instagram, head to:AllieBrittany To check out other episodes, head on over to the Teacher Leader Podcast site!
Welcome to Season 3!

Welcome to Season 3!

2021-11-0209:45

Welcome to the NEW Teacher Leader Podcast! In this episode, you will meet our new co-host, Allie. We talk all about what is new for the Teacher Leader Podcast and what to expect in this new and exciting season.To follow our hosts on instagram, head to: AllieBrittany 
In this episode, I chat with Stephanie Palovchik from Teaching Little Leaders. Stephanie is a kindergarten teacher, toddler mom, and productivity coach for teachers. We  chat about:  Why  doing less is actually more  productiveHow boundaries give you more time and less stress Find Stephanie at Teaching Little Leaders on Instagram, her website, or her podcast. Connect with me on Instagram and send me a message to say hi or want to work together!
Thinking  about starting a tutoring biz? Or maybe  want to step up your side  hustle? In this week's episode, I chat with Jennifer Lemaitre,  the owner of  G.E.M. Tutoring! In this episode we talk about:How Jennifer was able to go from unemployed to consistent 4 figure months as a tutorJennifer's pivot  from an in-person tutoring model to fully online during covid and how it completed changed her business (in the best way possible)Connect with Jennifer on Instagram Links Mentioned in this Episode: Check out GEM TutoringGrab Jennifer's guide here to start your own tutoring businessConnect with me on Instagram and send me a message if you have any questions about the workshop or want to learn how to get started launching a podcast.  
Come join me and  Grace Marie Griffith in this week's episode! She is a productivity coach for teachers, a toddler momma, and a coffee enthusiast. In this episode we talk about:Why productivity needs to be personal Setting boundaries as a form of self care Connect with Grace on Instagram or listen to her podcast, Teacher Take the Lead. Links Mentioned in this Episode: Save your spot in the group coaching program, The Podcasting Teacher Intensive to get your podcast launched! We will take you from A-Z and provide weekly live sessions. Come join us. :-) Connect with me on Instagram and send me a message if you have any questions about the workshop or want to learn how to get started launching a podcast.  
In this episode, I sit down with Kat from Lessons for Learning. We chat about her journey as a teacherpreneur and ways she is helping other teachers get starting with their own businesses. Here’s a recap of the episode:Why starting an online business is a natural fit for teachersHow being a teacher and a business owner at the same time is not only doable, but not as hard as you think The mindset shifts teacher need to make to get started on this journey LINKS MENTIONEDFollow Kat on Instagram Check out Kat's BlogJoin the waitlist for Kat's course Let me know you're listening!Snap a quick pic and tag me @brittrincon on Instagram.If you love this episode, please rate and review the Teacher Leader Podcast! It really helps me out so much to hear from you. Click the link and scroll to the bottom of my podcast to leave it five stars and leave an awesome review. I can’t wait to read it!Also, please subscribe! That way you never miss an episode and all that juicy teacher leadership content.
In this episode, I had the pleasure of chatting with Dr. Dan Kreiness from Leader of Learning. He is an instructional leader, podcast host, author, and speaker who constantly searches for the most effective ways to advance education and produce high student achievement. In this jam packed episode, we talk about talk about Expanding your impact and leadership through blogging, and podcasting How leadership can take on so many different formsUsing the online community for motivation LINKS MENTIONEDLeader of Learning WebsiteLeader of Learning Podcast Let me know you're listening!Snap a quick pic and tag me @brittrincon on Instagram.If you love this episode, please rate and review the Teacher Leader Podcast! It really helps me out so much to hear from you. Click the link and scroll to the bottom of my podcast to leave it five stars and leave an awesome review. I can’t wait to read it!
Welcome to Season 2

Welcome to Season 2

2021-04-1304:21

Season 2 of the Teacher Leader Podcast is here!  Let me know you're listening!Snap a quick pic and tag me @brittrincon on Instagram. I'll be hosting a giveaway over on instagram during the first week of season 2's release so head on over and check it out. If you love this episode, please rate and review the Teacher Leader Podcast! It really helps me out so much to hear from you. Click the link and scroll to the bottom of my podcast to leave it five stars and leave an awesome review. I can’t wait to read it!Want to work with me to get your podcast launched? Schedule a free call with me to get started. 
In this episode, we chat with Michele Wiggins, leadership coach and former school principal. Michele spent 20 years in education before shifting to leadership coaching. She’s dedicated to constantly reminding women leaders of the importance of faith, self-care, and community.Here’s a recap of the episode:Teachers show up every day ready and wanting to help but rarely pause to seriously consider their self-care needs.Embrace the “DON’T KNOW” that you don’t know as you grow as a teacher leader.There’s so much to learn about yourself from embracing self-care.We cannot effectively lead others from an empty cup.Let me know you're listening!Snap a quick pic and tag me @brittrincon on Instagram.If you love this episode, please rate and review the Teacher Leader Podcast! It really helps me out so much to hear from you. Click the link and scroll to the bottom of my podcast to leave it five stars and leave an awesome review. I can’t wait to read it!Also, please subscribe! That way you never miss an episode and all that juicy teacher leadership content.
In this episode, we chat with educational consultant and instructional coach Kelley Burt about the importance of social and emotional support for teachers. Kelley gives ideas and proven strategies for supporting teachers and enabling them to take care of themselves to ensure that learners are in good hands.Here's a recap of the episode:It's critical for teachers to realize what their social and emotional skills and competencies are and where they need help.Teachers deserve the opportunity to say "things are hard" or "I'm struggling" or "I need some mental health resources" and be heard by the right person.Providing socioemotional support for teachers influences positive student outcomes.Educators' self-care matters now more than ever due to the teacher-learner separation caused by the pandemicConnect with Kelley:Website: Equitable Early Learning Solutions Instagram (consultantkelley)Let me know you're listening!Snap a quick pic and tag me @brittrincon on Instagram.If you love this episode, please rate and review the Teacher Leader Podcast! It really helps me out so much to hear from you. Click the link and scroll to the bottom of my podcast to leave it five stars and leave an awesome review. I can’t wait to read it!Also, please subscribe! That way you never miss an episode and all that juicy teacher leadership content.
In this episode, we chat with Joshua Stamper, a middle school Assistant Principal, former classroom Art educator, and athletic coach. He shares his professional learning and development journey from initially as a classroom educator to now a leadership coach, author and podcaster.Here’s a recap of the episode:Benefits of podcasting - discovering the power of your voice, meeting amazing people (especially other teacher leaders), building self-confidence as a speakerAs a podcaster, you get a chance to interrogate your philosophies and preconceived ideas when you interact with the experiences of other teacher leaders.Professional learning networks will be instrumental to the development of teacher leaders in the foreseeable futureThe education industry has a warm community of people ready and willing to help teachers who want to start podcasting.Connect with Joshua on Twitter (@Joshua__Stamper) and Instagram (joshua__stamper). Also visit his website: https://joshstamper.com/ and listen to the Aspire: The Leadership Development PodcastLet me know you're listening!Snap a quick pic and tag me @brittrincon on Instagram.If you love this episode, please rate and review the Teacher Leader Podcast! It really helps me out so much to hear from you. Click the link and scroll to the bottom of my podcast to leave it five stars and leave an awesome review. I can’t wait to read it!Also, please subscribe! That way you never miss an episode and all that juicy teacher leadership content.
In this episode, Eva Mireles and I chat about the importance of learning in teacher leadership development. Eva is a reading specialist and coach. She's also a budding entrepreneur, passionate about helping teachers find a realistic approach to teaching reading to avoid overwhelm and focus on creating meaningful and engaging experiences for students.Here’s a recap of the episode:Self-awareness helps a teacher leader to identify their learning needs and ask for help.Establish accountability networks/mechanisms for your learning and development journey, for example, have a circle of trusted individuals who can give honest feedback on your creations.Leading in today's digital world requires improving one's technical skills and seeking tech support.Stoke your own inner fire through self-care and participating in online communities to remain motivated and continue inspiring others.Connect with Eva Mireles on her website, or Instagram!Let me know you're listening!Snap a quick pic and tag me @brittrincon on Instagram.If you love this episode, please rate and review the Teacher Leader Podcast! It really helps me out so much to hear from you. Click the link and scroll to the bottom of my podcast to leave it five stars and leave an awesome review. I can’t wait to read it!Also, please subscribe! That way you never miss an episode and all that juicy teacher leadership content.
In this episode, former First Grade teacher Kristin Maahs and I discuss matters edupreneurship. Kristin encourages teacher leaders to step out, learn, and do business outside the classroom with the help of technology.Here’s a recap of the episode:Teacher leadership is about stepping out of what you know (changing mindset)Learning through online communities for teacher leadersThere're lots of edupreneurship opportunities from ideas about something you are passionate about inside and outside the classroomHow to position yourself as a teacher leader onlineLINKS MENTIONEDConnect with Kristin on her website She's Building a Dream and @kristin.maahs on Facebook. Also listen to her podcast: The Dream Builder Teachers Podcast.Let me know you're listening!Snap a quick pic and tag me @brittrincon on Instagram.If you love this episode, please rate and review the Teacher Leader Podcast! It really helps me out so much to hear from you. Click the link and scroll to the bottom of my podcast to leave it five stars and leave an awesome review. I can’t wait to read it!Also, please subscribe! That way you never miss an episode and all that juicy teacher leadership content.
In this episode, we chat with Early Childhood Educator, Qiana Davis, about bringing love to the classroom. The discussion is anchored on her new amazing children's book 'Love is Me'.Here’s a recap of the episode:Inspiring, supporting, and encouraging others to achieve their dreamsTeaching Pre-K learners to love one another and themselvesEmbracing self-love as a teacher leaderAuthoring as an opportunity for teacher leadershipLINKS MENTIONEDQiana's book 'Love is Me': https://www.amazon.com/Love-Me-Qiana-Davis/dp/1953237037/ref=sr_1_1?dchild=1&keywords=love+is+me+qiana+davis&qid=1610299495&sr=8-1Let me know you're listening!Snap a quick pic and tag me @brittrincon on Instagram.If you love this episode, please rate and review the Teacher Leader Podcast! It really helps me out so much to hear from you. Click the link and scroll to the bottom of my podcast to leave it five stars and leave an awesome review. I can’t wait to read it!Also, please subscribe! That way you never miss an episode and all that juicy teacher leadership content.
In this episode, I chat with Kirsten Hammond, a Houston-based elementary school teacher, and teacherpreneur. We discuss interesting teacher leadership ideas and experiences.Here’s a recap of the episode:Positioning yourself as a teacher leaderOnline learning opportunities for teacher leaders4 steps on how to become a teacher leader onlineFollow Kirsten on her website: THE SOUTHERN Teach, Facebook: @thesouthernteachbykirsten, Instagram: thesouthernteach and Pinterest: The Southern TeachLet me know you're listening!Snap a quick pic and tag me @teacherleadercoach on Instagram.If you love this episode, please rate and review the Teacher Leader Podcast! It really helps me out so much to hear from you. Click the link and scroll to the bottom of my podcast to leave it five stars and leave an awesome review. I can’t wait to read it!Also, please subscribe! That way you never miss an episode and all that juicy teacher leadership content.
In this episode, I chat with Jenzaia DiMartile - an elementary school teacher in Ontario and the host of the Math Mindset Reset podcast. We discuss ideas for developing a positive math mindset among teachers, kids, and parents.Here’s a recap of the episode:Why kids have a negative view of mathHow teachers can change their math mindsetBuilding kids' positive math mindset using affirmations and reflectionParent engagement in the positive math mindset journeyLINKS MENTIONEDFollow Jenzaia:https://www.mmepingouin.ca/https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-math-mindset-reset/id1534640747?uo=4https://www.facebook.com/mmepingouin/https://www.instagram.com/mmepingouin/Let me know you're listening!Snap a quick pic and tag me @teacherleadercoach on Instagram.If you love this episode, please rate and review the Teacher Leader Podcast! It really helps me out so much to hear from you. Click the link and scroll to the bottom of my podcast to leave it five stars and leave an awesome review. I can’t wait to read it!Also, please subscribe! That way you never miss an episode and all that juicy teacher leadership content.
In this episode, I talk about why more teachers need to develop a leadership mindset and the common struggles new leaders face when they step into a new role. Here's a recap of the four most common struggles:Navigating changing roles with your teammatesLearning the difference between leading and managingBalancing what teachers and admin both want and needAsking for helpLINKS MENTIONEDIf you are working with new teachers, I have a great free download for Ways to Support New Teachers. It has tips to help support even past the beginning of the year. Download that guide here.Let me know you're listening!Snap a quick pic and tag me @teacherleadercoach on Instagram.If you love this episode, please rate and review the Teacher Leader Podcast! It really helps me out so much to hear from you. Click the link and scroll to the bottom of my podcast to leave it five stars and leave an awesome review. I can’t wait to read it!Also, please subscribe! That way you never miss an episode and all that juicy teacher leadership content.
In this episode, I chat with Emily Eggers from Teaching from the Couch. She has more than 5 years of online teaching experience and a business where she helps teachers create amazing classrooms online. We talk about:How to handle the transition to online teachingHelpful tools for online teachingWays to stay connected with your students while teaching remotelyLINKS MENTIONEDThe Simple Online Classroom - systems and procedures to make online classrooms simple for students and teachersTeaching From the Couch Website@teachingfromthecouch - IG profileTeaching from the couch Facebook PageTeaching from the couch CommunityIG Waitlist - course list and VIP SalesLet me know you're listening!Snap a quick pic and tag me @teacherleadercoach on Instagram.If you love this episode, please rate and review the Teacher Leader Podcast! It really helps me out so much to hear from you. Click the link and scroll to the bottom of my podcast to leave it five stars and leave an awesome review. I can’t wait to read it! Also, please subscribe! That way you never miss an episode and all that juicy teacher leadership content. 
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Steve Wrangler

very thorough and informative, great job! :)

Nov 4th
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