American humorist Mark Twain once famously said “if you always tell the truth, you’ll never have to remember anything.” And in this week’s episode, we’re tackling the tough truths that so many teachers face when they’re trying to lead with authority in their classrooms while still allowing space for vulnerability among the students that they serve. It’s a difficult balance to strike for sure, but in a time when so much is left up to fate and the unknown, here are just a handful of thoughts on how teachers (and students) can make sense of the uncertainty.
[NOTE: Apologies for the delay in this posting! I’d tinkered with some automatic sharing settings on the back end of this podcast and didn’t realize that my episodes hadn’t been sending out for the past few weeks!]
Recorded in bumper-to-bumper traffic to and from my daily work as a high school instructional coach just outside of Washington D.C., Talk to Mee in the Car is where a brainstorm and a good old-fashioned brain dump collide to help educators hone their skills and become leaner, meaner, 21st century teaching machines. Join me for a quick hitting 11(ish) minute episode every Monday for tips, tricks, and strategies to change the game in your classroom TODAY with high-energy, student-centered teaching that actually works.
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