AOGT004: Student Mentoring and Support with Amanda Gesing Summary of Show Amanda Gesing, director of advocacy at Chautuauqua Striders, a non-profit mentoring agency talks with us about supporting student success outside of the classroom. Amanda Gesing has a wealth of experience in mentoring and passion for her job. While she is a social worker and
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Summary of Show In this episode of the Art of Good Teaching Podcast, Huzefa Kapadia, founder of Scalar Learning. He is a math enthusiast who has developed math courses that “crack the code” of how to be successful on the math portion of the SATs. Huzefa didn’t set out to be a teacher, in fact, it fell
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AOGT 002: Every Student is an Individual and So Are You with Jessica Golley Summary of Show In this episode of the Art of Good Teaching Podcast, Jessica Golley, a full-time faculty member at a for-profit college talks about her classroom and how her students find success. Your Tip of the Day: Have a Plan
Summary of Show This is the introductory episode of The Art of Good Teaching Podcast. In this podcast, Gretchen Lindell, EdM, introduces herself and walks listeners through the process of how the idea for the podcast came to fruition. Links University of Massachusetts, Amherst Boston University Jamestown Business College Book Recommendation: Simon Sinek’s Start With
“The only person who is educated is the one who has learned how to learn and change.” ~Carl Rogers “How may I help you,” are words that are consistently regarded as the most powerful words in customer service industries, but did you know that these same words can have a huge impact on your classroom?
I vividly remember sitting in high school chemistry class. (Not your favorite subject? Well, it was mine.) Mrs. Kraus, a new teacher to our district in the early 90s, sparked something within me. She challenged me and allowed me to take on the role of good student. (Not that I wasn’t a good student before,