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Naturally Teaching Elementary Science

Victoria Zablocki

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Are you an elementary teacher that wants to add more science into your teaching schedule but feel like you don’t have the time? Do you know the value of cultivating science skills in your students but feel like you don’t know the best way to incorporate them in your classroom? Then this is the perfect show for you! Naturally Teaching Elementary Science is a podcast designed for the elementary teacher with too much on their plate but a desire to best serve their students. Each week Victoria Z ...
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Upper Elementary Simplified

Danna Rodebush, Teacher Tech Studio

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Are you an upper elementary teacher in need of new ideas, strategies, and inspiration to provide engagement for your students? Upper Elementary Simplified is a podcast for busy teachers to listen to on the car ride to and from school, during lunch or planning, or by the pool during the summer to learn new ways to engage students in meaningful learning. Danna Rodebush from Teacher Tech Studio is a former 5th grade classroom teacher who now shares teaching resources, math lessons, and classroo ...
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Money Elementary

Money Elementary

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Welcome to Money Elementary, the podcast that takes you back to school to learn the personal finance lessons you never got in the classroom! Hosted by Heidi Castillo and co-host, Vanessa Hernandez, this show is your go-to resource for mastering the fundamentals of money management. Join us each week as we dive into essential topics like budgeting, saving, investing, and financial planning, all with the goal of helping you build a stronger financial future. Whether you're a recent graduate, a ...
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Elementary

Jacqueline Watson

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Realtor interviews business Allow me to introduce myself as Jacqueline Watson, a Realtor in the Toronto/GTA area. However, my expertise extends beyond real estate. I am also a Mediator specializing in Labour Relations. My passion lies in more than just selling homes; I strive to transform lives and empower individuals to achieve financial freedom through home ownership. In addition to my real estate endeavors, I am building a thriving community through my podcast, Elementary. This platform a ...
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Elementary Tech Time

Students of Leeds Elementary

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This is Elementary Tech Time where students share what they know and encourage others to do the same! Remember, listening to podcasts from Elementary Tech Time is time well spent!
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Are you an elementary music teacher? Maybe you’re worn out, overwhelmed, or feel like it gets harder each year. Hi, I’m Jessica, and it’s my passion to help elementary music teachers, just like you, figure out your unique teaching style. In this podcast, I'll share helpful tips and strategies, work-home life balance tips, and mindset blocks, while helping give you the motivation you need to gain momentum in your teaching so you can continue being the music teacher rock star you already are. ...
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High quality classroom instruction, students who are highly motivated to learn, a warm and nurturing learning environment, and a supportive and encouraging parent community make Woodbury a wonderful place to learn and work.
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Elementary Springfield

Lauren Bok and Claire Sullivan

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Lauren Bok and Claire Sullivan are comedians from Melbourne, Australia. Claire has never seen The Simpsons. We're watching seasons 3 to 8, known as the Golden Era, to give Claire a proper cromulent education.
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Bite-size Taiwanese | Elementary

Bite-size Taiwanese

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Bite-size Taiwanese is a podcast giving you a taste of real, everyday Taiwanese. Co-hosts Phil & Alan will guide you through the ins and outs of the Taiwanese language (Southern Min/Hokkien) with light-hearted, fun (and sometimes funny) conversations on how it’s used in Taiwan. The Elementary podcast is geared towards those who already have a background in the language and expands on useful, commonly heard phrases. Listen to our other podcasts: Bite-size | Newbie, Bite-size | Pronounce it li ...
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Do you find yourself seeking new implementations when it comes to literacy instruction? Do you crave fresh ideas and engaging lessons to transform your students into skilled readers and writers? The Literacy Dive Podcast was created to provide educators, like you, with actionable steps and strategies to improve teaching reading and writing. Your host, Megan Polk, is the creator and owner of The Literacy Dive, a company that creates educational, literacy curriculum that aims to close the gap ...
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Welcome to episode 68 of the Upper Elementary Simplified podcast. In this episode, host Danna Rodebush chats with Helena Hains all about how teachers can implement The Thriving Teacher Framework to build systems in their classroom. Connect with Danna: Teacher Tech Studio Website Upper Elementary Simplified Website Join the FREE Facebook Group for U…
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In this episode, we explain IRAs using the classic game of Monopoly as an analogy. We explain how a Traditional IRA allows you to defer taxes until retirement, like collecting rent and keeping all your earnings during the game. In contrast, a Roth IRA requires paying taxes upfront but offers tax-free withdrawals in retirement. We also explore the h…
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Introducing invertebrates in your classroom can give your students a more complete picture of animals and their unique characteristics. However, it can be challenging to distinguish the differences between some groups, so consider using picture books to help you illustrate those differences! In this episode, I review 10 picture books (actually 43 b…
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Send us a Text Message. Could your financial future be at risk without a proper will? Join us as we uncover the essential steps for estate planning and why keeping your will updated is crucial through life's major milestones. Whether you're acquiring assets or starting a family, learn how these changes impact your estate planning. We also delve int…
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Bill Wooldridge and Theo Thompson, School Counselors with a combined 50 + years of experience working with young people, discuss how to get the most out of the summer months with your children without spending a fortune.Bill Wooldridge & Theo Thompson
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In this episode, we explore the world of Roth 401(k)s, using the analogy of buying a rare Pokémon card on layaway to explain how this retirement plan works. We break down the benefits, comparing it to traditional 401(k)s, and explore the history, contributions, and tax implications. Vanessa and Heidi share personal anecdotes and provide actionable …
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Welcome to episode 67 of the Upper Elementary Simplified podcast. In this episode, host Danna Rodebush chats with Brittany Blackwell all about teacher burnout prevention. Connect with Danna: Teacher Tech Studio Website Upper Elementary Simplified Website Join the FREE Facebook Group for Upper Elementary Teachers…
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Learning gardens benefit children of all ages, including elementary students. Victoria Hackett from Outdoor Classrooms is on the podcast today to share her experience with developing and using learning gardens to teach children in the hopes of inspiring more elementary teachers to use them in their own teaching. Victoria has experience touring and …
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Welcome to episode 66 of the Upper Elementary Simplified podcast. In this episode, host Danna Rodebush chats with April Pickett all about curriculum mapping and lesson planning for upper elementary teachers. Connect with Danna: Teacher Tech Studio Website Upper Elementary Simplified Website Join the FREE Facebook Group for Upper Elementary Teachers…
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Animals are inherently interesting to students, so let's take advantage of their characteristics to help you reach your curricular goals! In this episode I introduce different Next Generation Science Standards that can be enhanced by teaching animal characteristics. I also conduct an animal characteristic breakdown where I explain what makes mammal…
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Send us a Text Message. Discover how downsizing can transform your life in unexpected ways! This episode unravels 10 pervasive myths surrounding downsizing, revealing how less space can actually lead to more freedom, comfort, and financial ease. Hear firsthand how downsizing isn't just for empty nesters but can be a smart choice for young professio…
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Welcome back to Money Elementary, Season Two! We break down the Traditional 401k, using a vivid garden analogy to illustrate its growth and the inevitable tax implications. We delve into tax brackets, 401k history, and real-life scenarios to help you understand and maximize your retirement savings. How will understanding these concepts change your …
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Welcome to episode 65 of the Upper Elementary Simplified podcast. In this episode, host Danna Rodebush chats with Mona Iehl all about productive struggle in the upper elementary math classroom. Connect with Danna: Teacher Tech Studio Website Upper Elementary Simplified Website Join the FREE Facebook Group for Upper Elementary Teachers…
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If you've considered teaching outside but you're worried about safety, make sure to listen to this episode. I cover 5 outdoor education safety tips to help ease your mind and get you prepared for the upcoming school year. After 8 years of teaching outside, it all boils down to these 5 things. Listen in as we talk about: Preparing your outdoor space…
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Welcome to episode 64 of the Upper Elementary Simplified podcast. In this episode, host Danna Rodebush chats with Kristen Higdon all about student engagement & creative teaching in the upper elementary classroom. This is part two of a two part interview. Connect with Danna: Teacher Tech Studio Website Upper Elementary Simplified Website Join the FR…
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Send us a Text Message. What if addressing a few simple issues in your home could significantly boost its market value? Tune in as we unlock the secrets to quick and impactful home renovations that can make your property irresistible to potential buyers. From tackling unpleasant odours to the transformative power of fresh, neutral paint, we offer a…
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Science skills are abstract and can be challenging for students to understand. However, picture books are a great way to make science skills more concrete because they show skills in action. They can also show the results of those skills, illustrating why they are important in science. In this episode, I cover 10 picture books that introduce scienc…
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Welcome to episode 63 of the Upper Elementary Simplified podcast. In this episode, host Danna Rodebush chats with Kristen Higdon all about student engagement & creative teaching in the upper elementary classroom. This is part one of a two part interview. Connect with Danna: Teacher Tech Studio Website Upper Elementary Simplified Website Join the FR…
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Send us a Text Message. Are you ready to transform your financial future by downsizing your home? This week, I explore the myriad financial benefits of moving to a smaller or different type of home. We'll discuss various scenarios where downsizing makes sense, including the associated costs like breaking a mortgage early, and how to evaluate if it'…
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Providing hands-on experiences with plants while teaching science can be challenging when we want to preserve the integrity of our school yard ecosystem. But I have a hack for you...invasive species activities! Tune in to find out why invasive species are perfect for up-close investigations, harvesting, and being the subject of fascinating research…
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Send us a Text Message. Could the upcoming Bank of Canada announcement on June 5th be the game-changer you've been waiting for in the real estate market? Join us as we explore the implications of potential interest rate changes and what they mean for both buyers and sellers. Understand why attempting to time the market might not be the best strateg…
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Welcome to episode 62 of the Upper Elementary Simplified podcast. Happy summer! Isn’t it crazy how when you are in the middle of the school year it seems like summer is soooo far away but then again it seems like summer comes around very quickly…more so every single year. In this episode we begin the podcast summer series. Connect with Danna: Teach…
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Teaching with books is a great way to make science more approachable and enjoyable for your students. But it's not just about reading books, it's about making them engaging and integrating them into your science lessons. That's why I'm excited to have Steve Frisbee on the show today. He shares my obsession with children's books and he has a lot of …
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Outdoor education has many benefits for teaching science but can seem daunting, especially when your plate as a teacher is already so full. Listen in as I break down how to set up your outdoor learning environment to make outdoor education more attainable. We'll talk through planning your routines and expectations and how to practice them your firs…
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Are you interested in science activities that will better reach your elementary students? Do you feel like finding experiments is challenging and not very rewarding? I'm here to help lift the weight off your shoulders. In this episode, I'm introducing 10 science activities for elementary students that aren't experiments. Examples and actionable ste…
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Send us a Text Message. Discover the groundbreaking approach of Mapleful Rentals in our conversation with Juzar, co-founder of this Brampton-based enterprise. We delve into how Maplefull Rentals is revolutionizing staging for realtors and stagers by offering a diverse furniture catalogue, from budget-conscious finds to high-end pieces. Juzar shares…
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This episode provides you practical advice on how to maximize the summer break. We discuss the importance of planning and scheduling activities, professional development opportunities, vacations, and even downtime. You'll also learn the benefits of balancing work and relaxation, and the importance of personalizing your summer plans based on your ne…
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Do you remember your first birthday? Of course you don't! But, this week is a special week for the Upper Elementary Simplified Podcast because this Thursday, May 30th the podcast is celebrating it's very first birthday! On this episode, we take a stroll down memory lane of some of the favorite episodes over the past year. Connect with Danna: Teache…
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In this candid episode, I share my insights and experiences of teaching music in your 40s. Drawing from my own journey, I shared very important lessons and how I've became more relaxed, learned to let go of others' opinions, and how I now view challenges as learning opportunities rather than failures. I also talk a little bit about the differences …
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Welcome to episode 60 of the Upper Elementary Simplified podcast. In this episode, host Danna Rodebush chats with Helena Hains all about how teachers can start to prep over summer to help make back to school a smooth and low stress time. Connect with Danna: Teacher Tech Studio Website Upper Elementary Simplified Website Join the FREE Facebook Group…
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In this episode, I discuss the challenges and successes I've faced, my strategies for assessing students' musical understanding, and how I plan to improve my lesson planning and execution for the next school year. I also provide you with advice on self-assessment and dealing with perfectionism, emphasizing the importance of viewing mistakes as lear…
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Welcome to episode 59 of the Upper Elementary Simplified podcast. In this episode, host Danna Rodebush chats with Marianna Monheim all about teaching revising and editing explicitly. Were you the kid who loved to write, and was a self-proclaimed author by the age of 10? Or were you the kid who struggled to put pen to paper and organize your thought…
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Are you an elementary teacher who understands the importance of science education but struggles to find the time and resources to include it into your curriculum? Do you dream of incorporating outdoor education experiences and integrating science and literacy, but feel overwhelmed by where to begin? Then this podcast is for you! Join me each week a…
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In this episode, we delve into the rich connections between Jamaican music and the Orff approach, with our guest, Javel Perriel. Javel shares his unique journey of integrating these elements in his music teaching practice. From discussing how he uses reggae music in his Orff instruction to explaining the creation of his book, which beautifully merg…
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Let us know your thoughts. Contact us today! Discover the hidden truths behind the silent cries of our planet's endangered species as we, Pranav, Revant, and Vishrut, reveal the harsh realities they face due to human encroachment. This week, we're uncovering the urgent need for conservation, as we discuss how infrastructure development cuts through…
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Welcome to episode 58 of the Upper Elementary Simplified podcast. In this episode, host Danna Rodebush celebrated teachers in honor of Teacher Appreciation Week. Connect with Danna: Teacher Tech Studio Website Upper Elementary Simplified Website Join the FREE Facebook Group for Upper Elementary Teachers…
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Let us know your thoughts. Contact us today! Mindset Mosaic with Students Becca and Liam Backstage Pass with Coach Warner Calendar Updates Co-Hosts: Heidi Makowski and Lisa Robbins Producer: Bradley RobertsonBradley Robertson
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In this episode, I go a little bit anecdotal and take you on a reflective journey through this school year. Throughout the episode, I discussed strategies that worked well in my music teaching, from integrating various teaching methods to building strong relationships with students, as well as the importance of planning and how it contributes to sm…
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Welcome to episode 57 of the Upper Elementary Simplified podcast. In this episode, host Danna Rodebush shares 15 tips for packing up your classroom for the summer. Connect with Danna: Teacher Tech Studio Website Upper Elementary Simplified Website Join the FREE Facebook Group for Upper Elementary Teachers…
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Send us a Text Message. Unlock the door to financial freedom with Shanta Satiadi from OMAVERICS Leadership Group (@omaverickskeadership) as she navigates the world of financial brokering and mortgage trends with us. From the bustling city of Calgary, Alberta, Shanta brings a wealth of knowledge, discussing how her team’s entrepreneurial flair provi…
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Bill Wooldridge and Theo Thompson, School Counselors with a combined 50 + years of experience working with young people, discuss how to limit the amount of energy and time we spend arguing with our children and students. Get a grip on it before you wear yourself out!Bill Wooldridge & Theo Thompson
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Over the last month, we’ve been discussing all the different factors that can affect a student’s reading comprehension, even in upper elementary. We’ve gone over fundamental and cognitive factors, and now we’ve hit the last factor, which is environmental. So, in the last episode of the series, I’m sharing interventions for environmental factors tha…
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Let us know your thoughts. Contact us today! A Special Interview with Mrs. Tracey Smith, Principal of Kelly Mill Elementary Co-Hosts: Heidi Makowski and Lisa Robbins Producer: Bradley RobertsonBradley Robertson
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In this episode of The Elementary Music Teacher Podcast, we have a fun and educational chat with Jesse Mell and Travien Bryson about the awesome and effective music teaching method of bucket drumming. The discussion covers the ins and outs of their unique teaching method, using food rhythms to teach complex syncopation to beginners, and the importa…
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Send us a Text Message. Ever wondered how the intricate details of a home can narrate its unique history? Join me as we sit down with Alberto Cruz from GoPro Home Inspections to celebrate a remarkable ten-year journey in assisting homeowners to discover these stories within the walls of their Central Florida homes. Together, we unravel the essentia…
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