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Episode 16 – A COVID Retrospective

I take some time to reflect on what we’ve learned, what we’ve experienced, and how we move forward as educators….

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Episode 13 – Answering Teacher Interest Q’s for PLCs!

Our grade level PLC’s asked us to answer some teacher interest questions using three different methods – I figured podcasting…

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Episode 12 – #NCTE18 Changed My Life On Day 1

Mr. DeLay attends day one of the National Council of Teacher’s of English conference and finds himself changed in so…

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Episode 11 – Why She Read and Why Everyone Should Write

We have Professor Monica Fuglei from Arapahoe Community College with us and she’s talking about her own story with education…

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Episode 10 – Paul the Educational Outsider

We’ve made it to ten episodes!  And to that end, we bring in an outsider to education.  Paul joins the…

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Episode 9 – New Teachers – The struggle, the learning, and the future

Join Kris (English) and Clint (Social Studies) as we talk about the job search, being a non-traditional student, our relationship…

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Episode 8 – Gentrification, Segregation, and Education

The longest podcast YET but this one is filled to the brim. Come for Julia Torres, a Denver Public Schools…

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Episode 7: Setbacks and Classroom Management

Ms. Val Durfee is our guest and she’s talking about starting her career at 50 and being a non-traditional student…

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Episode 6: Culturally Aware in a Social Studies Setting

Kelley McGuire is back for another podcast with a unique and interesting perspective – how do we grapple with our…