A Simple Process and Template for Student Podcasting

Maybe you’ve heard the saying that whoever is talking is the person learning. Or, the teacher should do less talking in the classroom than the […]

Take a Virtual Adventure in a National Park

I can’t think of a better day to visit a national park than August 25 as this day marks the National Park Service’s 105th birthday. […]

Seven Great Podcasts for Educators

Sometimes professional learning comes from events, courses, and other organized programs. Other times, we can learn casually, perhaps even passively, with podcasts while commuting, relaxing […]

Teaching Strategies That Work | Podcast Ep. 91

We all want to implement teaching strategies that accelerate learning. Finding the right methods, however, can be a challenge. We’re here to help, as TCEA’s […]

Highlights from the Elementary Technology Conference | Podcast Ep. 90

We’re marking our 90th episode by sharing some thought-provoking and useful clips from our most recent TCEA Elementary Technology Conference. Homework Every kid needs a […]

Special Education and Parent Communication | Podcast Ep. 89

During the pandemic, the ways educators communicated with parents and guardians changed. Guest speaker Nadia Tamez-Robledo of EdSurge explains how, for some parents of special […]

What a Fifth-Grader Learned Making Her Own Podcast

Editor’s Note: Riya is a fifth-grade student with her own podcast, which she has been publishing for about a year. She uses the podcast topics […]

The Future of Instructional Coaching | Podcast Ep. 88

Violet Christensen and Courtney Groskin join the club to explore what learning coaches have discovered about supporting teachers and student during the pandemic, and what […]

Self-Care for Educators | Podcast Ep. 87

This week’s guest speaker is Danielle Sullivan, National Director of Content and Implementation at Curriculum Associates. She takes us through the meaning behind self-care for […]

How I Wrote & Published a Number 1 Best-Selling Book in 72 Hours

How I Wrote & Published a Number 1 Best-Selling Book in 72 Hours Writing a book is a huge time-consuming process right? No, it doesn’t […]

Simulation Activities That Shape Healthy Adults | Podcast Ep. 85

Dr. Susan Rivers, Executive Director and Chief Scientist of iThrive Games Foundation, talks to the club about the power of simulation activities to help build […]

Social-Emotional Learning at the End of the Year | Podcast Ep. 84

This week, TCEA’s Dr. Bruce Ellis talks about different ways to provide inspiration and maintain positive relationships with students at the end of a challenging […]

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