Well hey there and welcome back. I am so excited to have Samantha Fecich of EduMagic on the podcast today, and I’ll share a couple of reasons why. First, I’ve recently stepped into the higher ed space, and she’s been there for a while, so it was nice to have a conversation within that context. Secondly, as a special education teacher turned educational tech expert, she gives a refreshing perspective on ed tech in ways that reinvigorate my passion for the field and I think this conversation will do the same for you.
In this episode you will hear us chat about various topics including student-life balance for preservice teachers, tech tool (and non-tech tool) recommendations for preservice teachers, as well as the purpose and possibilities of educational technology for students today. So no matter what you teach, this episode will be valuable for you, but will be especially valuable for pre-service teachers out there.
I'm so excited to welcome Danielle Johnson of EDverything Education to the Teach On A Mission Blog this week to chat with us about the mento/mentee relationship amongst teachers. She takes us through 5 myths about that important dynamic and ways that we can redefine it so that the relationship truly serves those involved.
During a time when teacher self-care is a hot button topic in the education realm, because people say we need it and yet there's simply no time, this teacher-care topic could very much be crucial support system for teachers in our toughest times.
Typically the conversation around teacher health and wellness is focused on you. What you can do to set better boundaries. How you can build and finally implement a daily routine that works. What mindset shifts you should make to increase confidence. These are all areas we can and should explore, which is why they’ve been featured here in the Teacher Health Series,...