12/17/17

Please don't just listen to today's podcast- act on it. When people say that something was "inspirational" they often don't see themselves trying to achieve the concept at hand. BUT- if you are motivated, that is something totally different. Please listen to this short podcast to help you cross over from being inspired to being motivated.

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Ep127- Inspirational Vs Motivational: Why You Need A Network To Help Know The Difference

Please don't just listen to today's podcast- act on it. When people say that something was "inspirational" they often don't see themselves trying to achieve the concept at hand. BUT- if you are motivated, that is something totally different. Please listen to this short podcast to help you cross over from being inspired to being motivated.

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In this special extended episode between podcast seasons, I’m sharing practical time-saving strategies and simple mindset shifts that will help you:

* Reduce your workload * Eliminate the unnecessary * Automate processes * Delegate responsibility to students * Get more done in less time * Create a sustainable work schedule

From lesson planning to grading, you’ll walk away with lots of ideas for small changes that add up to big results, and get a fresh dose of motivation for the new year.

It’s so simple to create change that you can try out just ONE of the dozens of approaches shared and save an hour a week, right away. There’s something for every teacher here–don’t miss out!

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Click here to learn about the 40 Hour Teacher Workweek Club, which is open to new members from Dec. 30th-Jan. 9th.

Listening to this episode before December 30th? Click here to join the club early and start using the bonus resources right away.

 

 

 



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BONUS EXTENDED EPISODE: How to trim 3 (or more!) hours off your workweek starting NOW

In this special extended episode between podcast seasons, I’m sharing practical time-saving strategies and simple mindset shifts that will help you:

* Reduce your workload * Eliminate the unnecessary * Automate processes * Delegate responsibility to students * Get more done in less time * Create a sustainable work schedule

From lesson planning to grading, you’ll walk away with lots of ideas for small changes that add up to big results, and get a fresh dose of motivation for the new year.

It’s so simple to create change that you can try out just ONE of the dozens of approaches shared and save an hour a week, right away. There’s something for every teacher here–don’t miss out!

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Want more support with productivity?

Click here to learn about the 40 Hour Teacher Workweek Club, which is open to new members from Dec. 30th-Jan. 9th.

Listening to this episode before December 30th? Click here to join the club early and start using the bonus resources right away.

 

 

 



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Jerry Snow is a District Administrator and former high school and middle school principal. piedmont.k12.al.us contact information is there. jsnow@piedmont.k12.al.us

  • Team time, class time, my time
  • Class time - social studies, math, etc.
  • Show mastery - what does that look like.
  • My time - 3 days a week, you work on the lowest area. Souped up study hall.
  • If you’re caught up on pace, work on what you want.
  • 2 days a week you work on ILPs
  • Team Time - looping with kids 6-8th grade. Goal setting, character education, team building activities, Student-led conferences.
  • Kids come up with the ways they do better.
  • Mastery looks like: mimic ACT aspire certain percentage of level 3 DOK.
  • 2 types of grades
  • A numeric grade (0-100, A-F)
  • MasteryConnect - mastery report where students are at.
  • Need to show mastery at 80% first time to get 100%.
  • Teaching parents that mastery is what is really important, but still keep grades to make sense of it all.
  • Pacing - kids can go as fast as they want, but they have to keep a minimum pace to keep kids up.
  • Schedule 8 period day, science and math were paired up. Teachers can trade kids.
  • How to be a transformative principal? Be a better listener.
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Are you feeling like you are always behind at school? Do you feel like you need about 2 more hours each day to accomplish everything? Here’s how I help principals work manageable hours: Create your ideal week, so that you can leave work at work and enjoy your life!

Please take a moment to rate this podcast in iTunes or on Stitcher

Please follow me on Twitter: @jethrojones for the host and @TrnFrmPrincipal for the show.

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Mastery Based Learning with Jerry Snow Transformative Principal 205

Jerry Snow is a District Administrator and former high school and middle school principal. piedmont.k12.al.us contact information is there. jsnow@piedmont.k12.al.us

  • Team time, class time, my time
  • Class time - social studies, math, etc.
  • Show mastery - what does that look like.
  • My time - 3 days a week, you work on the lowest area. Souped up study hall.
  • If you’re caught up on pace, work on what you want.
  • 2 days a week you work on ILPs
  • Team Time - looping with kids 6-8th grade. Goal setting, character education, team building activities, Student-led conferences.
  • Kids come up with the ways they do better.
  • Mastery looks like: mimic ACT aspire certain percentage of level 3 DOK.
  • 2 types of grades
  • A numeric grade (0-100, A-F)
  • MasteryConnect - mastery report where students are at.
  • Need to show mastery at 80% first time to get 100%.
  • Teaching parents that mastery is what is really important, but still keep grades to make sense of it all.
  • Pacing - kids can go as fast as they want, but they have to keep a minimum pace to keep kids up.
  • Schedule 8 period day, science and math were paired up. Teachers can trade kids.
  • How to be a transformative principal? Be a better listener.
  • *

 

Schedule a call with Jethro

Are you feeling like you are always behind at school? Do you feel like you need about 2 more hours each day to accomplish everything? Here’s how I help principals work manageable hours: Create your ideal week, so that you can leave work at work and enjoy your life!

Please take a moment to rate this podcast in iTunes or on Stitcher

Please follow me on Twitter: @jethrojones for the host and @TrnFrmPrincipal for the show.

Buy Communication Cards

Show notes on TransformativePrincipal.com

Download Paperless Principal.  

Take Control of your email

Web Site

Transformative Principal on Stitcher

Refer A Principal

Best Tools for Busy Administrators Survey

 



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John Nesi is the greatest influencer for me as a man and educator.

Support for this episode comes from:       ** SEGMENTS **  
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  • (3:45) House of #EdTech Thought - Balancing Career and Family
  • (13:16) House of #EdTech Recommendation - Call Your Loved Ones
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My Inspiration John Nesi - HoET100

John Nesi is the greatest influencer for me as a man and educator.

Support for this episode comes from:       ** SEGMENTS **  
  • (1:16) Intro
  • (3:45) House of #EdTech Thought - Balancing Career and Family
  • (13:16) House of #EdTech Recommendation - Call Your Loved Ones
  • (14:56) Featured Content - John Nesi, My Father
  • (47:10) House of #EdTech VIPs - My Mom, Karen, my Wife, Katelyn, and my two sons, Miles and Colton
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12/16/17

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Inspired by our own December stress, we're podcasting today about ways that we as teachers can take care of ourselves. We hope that all of you take some time this holiday season to get some rest and reward yourselves for the amazing work that you do!

If you enjoy the podcast and can review us on iTunes that would be amazing of you! We really appreciate your reviews as they help us continue to make the podcast and help other teachers to find us. 

Kindergarten Kiosk is a proud member of the Education Podcast Network, a network of podcasts for educators by educators. Check out the other great podcasts!

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Taking Care of Yourself

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Inspired by our own December stress, we're podcasting today about ways that we as teachers can take care of ourselves. We hope that all of you take some time this holiday season to get some rest and reward yourselves for the amazing work that you do!

If you enjoy the podcast and can review us on iTunes that would be amazing of you! We really appreciate your reviews as they help us continue to make the podcast and help other teachers to find us. 

Kindergarten Kiosk is a proud member of the Education Podcast Network, a network of podcasts for educators by educators. Check out the other great podcasts!

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Episode 85: Breaking Out Of Isolation

 

In this episode, Theresa, Spike and Jessica catch up after about a year hiatus from the podcast. It is clear that everyone needed a break to work on other projects, focus on family, and work/life balance.

 

 

Where our thumbs are going:

 

Flipgrid vs Recap

Brene Brown Braving the Wilderness

Snow Day Calculator

Lucy Calkins Reading/Writing

Melinda Miller's Blog Post - Progressive PD

Culturize - Jimmy Casas

Coherence - Michael Fullan

@DGriffin3 Flipgrid Fever

  • Introduce parents to teachers over summer/new semester/trimester
  • Conferences
  • Foreign Language students


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Episode 85 - Breaking Out of lsolation

Episode 85: Breaking Out Of Isolation

 

In this episode, Theresa, Spike and Jessica catch up after about a year hiatus from the podcast. It is clear that everyone needed a break to work on other projects, focus on family, and work/life balance.

 

 

Where our thumbs are going:

 

Flipgrid vs Recap

Brene Brown Braving the Wilderness

Snow Day Calculator

Lucy Calkins Reading/Writing

Melinda Miller's Blog Post - Progressive PD

Culturize - Jimmy Casas

Coherence - Michael Fullan

@DGriffin3 Flipgrid Fever

  • Introduce parents to teachers over summer/new semester/trimester
  • Conferences
  • Foreign Language students


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Thanks for reading CPTP116: What’s Coming in 2018 for the Podcast, Blog and Inner Circle from Creative Music Education.

2017 has been an amazing year and I’ve so enjoyed sharing piano teaching ideas and inspiration with you on the podcast. We’ve covered everything from lead sheets to best business practices, and the feedback from all of you has been fantastic. Take a moment with me to look back over this year, and sneak a […]

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CPTP116: What’s Coming in 2018 for the Podcast, Blog and Inner Circle

Thanks for reading CPTP116: What’s Coming in 2018 for the Podcast, Blog and Inner Circle from Creative Music Education.

2017 has been an amazing year and I’ve so enjoyed sharing piano teaching ideas and inspiration with you on the podcast. We’ve covered everything from lead sheets to best business practices, and the feedback from all of you has been fantastic. Take a moment with me to look back over this year, and sneak a […]

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12/15/17

On this episode, AJ and Chris talk about how they get involved with and manage some aspects of the holiday experience in their homes.

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  • AJ Bianco (@AJBianco) is currently a 7th and 8th grade social studies teacher in New Jersey. AJ is married and has two young boys in his charge. He is also the co-host of PodcastPD.
  • Christopher J. Nesi (@mrnesi) is a high school social studies teacher in New Jersey. Besides producing this podcast he also hosts the House of #EdTech Podcast, co-hosts PodcastPD, and produces the Google Teacher Tribe and Assist Learning Podcasts.

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Managing the Holidays: A Dad Perspective - DOD005

On this episode, AJ and Chris talk about how they get involved with and manage some aspects of the holiday experience in their homes.

** YOUR HOSTS **

  • AJ Bianco (@AJBianco) is currently a 7th and 8th grade social studies teacher in New Jersey. AJ is married and has two young boys in his charge. He is also the co-host of PodcastPD.
  • Christopher J. Nesi (@mrnesi) is a high school social studies teacher in New Jersey. Besides producing this podcast he also hosts the House of #EdTech Podcast, co-hosts PodcastPD, and produces the Google Teacher Tribe and Assist Learning Podcasts.

** FEEDBACK **



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12/14/17

In this episode, I'll share five fabulous ways to empower your student writers through blogging. Getting the hang of blogger takes about ten minutes, and it is so worth your time! Find out what doors will open to you and your students once you do.



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024: A Beginner's Guide to Student Blogging

In this episode, I'll share five fabulous ways to empower your student writers through blogging. Getting the hang of blogger takes about ten minutes, and it is so worth your time! Find out what doors will open to you and your students once you do.



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Wes isn't a "regular student," nor is he a billionaire (yet). But what he does possess is a willingness to learn & grow- both on campus (Indiana University) and abroad.

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Ep 126: Wes Wagner on Remote Entrepreneurialism

Wes isn't a "regular student," nor is he a billionaire (yet). But what he does possess is a willingness to learn & grow- both on campus (Indiana University) and abroad.

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