The Spark Creativity Teacher Podcast | Education
Author: Betsy Potash: Education Blogger + Curriculum DesignerSubscribed: 699Played: 23,228
Actionable ABAR Steps in ELA, with Liz Kleinrock
175: A New ELA Go-To? 15 Ways to use La Literatura de Cordel
168: Why I'm not Worried about the New AI Tools
171: 6 Wonderful Ways you can use Graphic Novels
170: How to Host a Graphic Novel Book Tasting
169: Turning Classics into Graphic Novels, with Gareth Hinds
165: Classroom Management Strategies you can Actually Enjoy
164: 5 Public Speaking Projects for Secondary ELA
163: Case Study: A Meaningful 21st Century Research Project
162: Active Teaching: 10 Out-of-their-Seats Activities
161: The Ultimate Guide to First Chapter Friday
159: 3 Creative Ways to Teach Varied Sentence Structure
156: How to Teach Living Poets, with Mel Smith
155: 21 Creative ELA Lessons you can use Immediately
Wow, I feel a bit resentful about the guest’s statement of burnout: “I didn’t have good boundaries, I didn’t practice self-care, …” and so now I am a mess because of my own bad management of my professional life. So burnout is the teachers’ fault? Sometimes or partially, of course. However, the system and structure of education today is the real cause.
I am in Bulgaria right now! I heard you mentioned teaching here and would love to hear more about that experience.
This is one of the most useful podcasts I've ever followed. Betsy has so much enthusiasm for creativity in her classroom. This podcast and its website and tpt store, have helped me during numerous late-night brainstorming sessions with how to get and keep my middle schoolers up and moving, engaged, and collaborating.