TL010 The Teacher’s Lounge – Planning Intervention and Enrichment School-wide

The role of the Academic Liaison in planning and development

In today’s episode, we continue our short mini-series of interviews with Elisa Lewis. In this episode we talk about the planning and development role that Elisa plays in the school-wide RtI system.  We talk about how using a 25 minute block of time at the end of the day helps provide for both intervention and enrichment for students. We also discuss training and utilizing student mentors and leaders in various capacities to help underpin the school environment.

This podcast is produced by EDU@YourBest and is a collaboration with The Flipped Learning Network is a non-profit community of educators focused on sharing and supporting ideas and good practice in flipped, blended, and flexible learning environments that reflect the four pillars that helpdefine F-L-I-P.  We are also a community built on collaboration and sharing. If you would like to share your thoughts, ideas, blogs, vlogs, tweets, toks, papers, questions, or comments with us we would love to hear from you via the comment discussions in our posts, through our contact page (https://flippedlearning.org/contact), or via Twitter (we are@FlippedLearning) orFacebook.

TL007 The Teacher’s Lounge – Seasons of Teaching

Welcome to the Teachers Lounge brought to you by EDU@YourBest in collaboration with the Flipped Learning Network.

In today’s episode, an encounter with an old high-school teacher of my own brings up the topic of reflection from the three of us about the changing seasons of our teaching careers. Join us as we talked about being an 11 year teacher, a 17 year teacher, and a 21 year teacher.  How do seasons change in our career, and how do those changing seasons affect our classroom management, planning, presentation, and role that we play in our learning community.

This podcast is produced by EDU@YourBest and is a collaboration with The Flipped Learning Network is a non-profit community of educators focused on sharing and supporting ideas and good practice in flipped, blended, and flexible learning environments that reflect the four pillars that help define F-L-I-P.  We are also a community built on collaboration and sharing. If you would like to share your thoughts, ideas, blogs, vlogs, tweets, toks, papers, questions, or comments with us we would love to hear from you via the comment discussions in our posts, through our contact page (https://flippedlearning.org/contact), or via Twitter (we are @FlippedLearning) or Facebook