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Calling all middle school language arts teachers! Teaching has become so overwhelming. It can be isolating at times, and it is sometimes difficult to get help when you need it. In this podcast, we will discuss the many complexities that middle school language arts teachers face. There will be tons of actionable ideas to help you simplify your planning, streamline your teaching, and enjoy more free time.
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The Teaching Toolbox - A Podcast for Middle School Teachers

Brittany Naujok & Ellie Nixon, Podcast for Middle School Teachers

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The Teaching Toolbox podcast is the ultimate resource for upper elementary and middle school teachers seeking time-tested strategies and ideas. With knowledgeable teacher guests, this podcast offers invaluable teaching tips and strategies that are sure to enhance your classroom experience. Tune in for expert advice from Brittany and Ellie on everything from lesson planning to classroom management. With over 50 years of teaching experience between them, they have the knowledge, expertise, and ...
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Brave New Teaching: A Podcast for High School and Middle School Teachers

Marie Morris & Amanda Cardenas, Secondary ELA Teachers

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Join hosts Amanda Cardenas (Mud & Ink Teaching) and Marie Morris (The Caffeinated Classroom) in discussions about being brave, trying new things, and all things teaching! As seasoned classroom teachers, Amanda and Marie bring their experience, insight, energy, and oh, so many opinions and ideas... It's time for all teachers to take their classroom and teaching practice into their own hands!
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Middle School Matters

Troy Patterson, Shawn McGirr

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MSM-Middle School Matters is designed for Middle School Educators. We focus on the Middle School educators. Providing news, conversation on relevant topics, and links to other great sites, we want to reach out to other middle school educators. Join in the discussion at MiddleSchoolMatters.com
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A dad and his son discuss sports (mostly football), some pop culture and occasionally other interesting topics. Cover art photo provided by Wade Austin Ellis on Unsplash: https://unsplash.com/@wadeaustinellis Old school twitter: @old_schooldad Middle school twitter:@qb158_3
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Welcome to Ms. Rolfe's Class, where amazing things happen. Cover art photo provided by Ed Robertson on Unsplash: https://unsplash.com/@occipitals Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/middleschoolblues/support
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Middle School life

Shoot for the stars

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This podcast will inform you about what middle school kids think about school and their opinions and how they are effected by it and even what a teachers point of view is we hope you enjoy it
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Welcome to Middle School Tech, a podcast that guides kids as they explore the world of technology. Join host Jouho Park, also the host of open.spotify.com/episode/72SeqNkzzh9ZbzpFYdxkAA Straight A's, as he talks about technology for kids.
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Are you looking for strategies to close the reading gap? Middle School Cafe: A Podcast for Secondary ELA teachers is a podcast specifically for middle and high school ELA teachers who want to see their students grow as readers.Each week I will discuss strategies to help all students develop as readers starting with where they are today. I will share real-world examples and ideas from my own experience and show you how you can implement the workshop model giving your students more control ove ...
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One day I was bored and made a podcast. It's funny....maybe. This is the podcast by a kid who's in middle school (yippee) and lives in Boise, Idaho. If you're in middle school, this podcast is (hopefully, if not I'm just strange, which is a possibility) like your middle school life. This podcast is enjoyable to everyone, even if you're not in middle school. If you're a smart person, you wouldn't listen to this podcast. But if you were nice, maybe you would... please listen
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If you want students to remember your classroom for many years, hands-on learning is the way to go. Today we're sharing social studies activities that will help make learning memorable and long lasting. Topics Discussed Why bother teaching with a hands-on approach? Our tried and true hands-on activities for social studies Resources Interactive Note…
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If you teach poetry in your middle school ELA class, you know it can be a struggle. Kids often go into your poetry lessons with the attitude that poems are not interesting, they are hard to write, and that it’s too difficult to understand poems. The answer? Start with songs for poetry analysis. Since I’ve never met a middle schooler who hasn’t obse…
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Do you struggle with knowing where to start when it comes to writing essential questions? We completely understand the challenge and we’re here to help! Essential questions play a crucial role in guiding lessons and engaging students in meaningful discussions. Knowing how to start crafting essential questions can be a challenge for some teachers. T…
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If you'd like to make the most of your instructional minutes while also helping students understand how different subjects connect in real life, then you'll love this episode about blending history and literature in the middle school classroom. Topics Discussed Why you might want to integrate subjects How to pair language arts and social studies to…
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I might be in the minority, but I absolutely love teaching poetry. I especially love having kids write poems because I get to know my students on a deeper and more meaningful level. One of the steps to becoming a good poet is to be a good reader of poetry. However, many middle school kids don’t know where to start. Therefore, you need a good plan o…
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Does teaching poetry intimidate you or make you feel insecure about your ability to effectively teach your students? You are not alone and we’re here to help build your confidence by breaking it down and making teaching poetry a bit more accessible for you! When we are teaching something we aren’t very confident in (like poetry!), finding engaging …
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The home stretch is here! Whether you're seeing a lack of engagement or behavior challenges are on the rise, this episode is packed full of quick tips to make the end of your year a little bit smoother. Check out Ellie's class expectation wheels here: https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/Classroom-Expectations-and-Class-Rules-Wheel-and-Templ…
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Teaching poetry...we either love it or hate it. I'm in the "love" category. Why? Poems are simply songs without the music...and middle schoolers love music. Once they understand that, and once we simplify the poetry writing process, they usually are in the "love" category as well. One way to simplify the process is by giving kids specific types of …
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Subscriber-only episode Cheers! Find all your Brave New Teaching Happy Hour member info HERE: https://www.bravenewteaching.com/hhmembers 📚 BNT PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT & RESOURCES 👩‍💻 Join Happy Hour! Curriculum Rehab Down with the Reading Quiz Shop the BNT Resource Library Connect with us on Instagram @bravenewteaching Subscribe to our YouTube Cha…
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This week's episode is all about the Bard! We took listener questions about Shakespeare - planning, teaching, assessing, and more - and answered them in the nerdiest teacher way we could! PLUS a big announcement - registration is now open for the 2021 Shakespeare Teacher Festival (April 5-10, 2021). This free festival includes our best teaching tip…
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The research about math manipulatives really makes us reflect on HOW we are using these tools in the classroom. Pull a chair up to our teacher table and let's chat about this topic together! Topics Discussed What are math manipulatives? Why are they effective in the middle school math classroom? How to use them effectively (and not use them effecti…
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Teaching poetry to middle schoolers might seem complicated, but there are so many ways to do this simply and effectively. I have found that my kids (and I) enjoy this unit more than any other unit. And, I love to incorporate poetry throughout the year so that kids will understand it better and see how valuable it is. If you’re ready to get started,…
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Subscriber-only episode Cheers! Find all your Brave New Teaching Happy Hour member info HERE: https://www.bravenewteaching.com/hhmembers 📚 BNT PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT & RESOURCES 👩‍💻 Join Happy Hour! Curriculum Rehab Down with the Reading Quiz Shop the BNT Resource Library Connect with us on Instagram @bravenewteaching Subscribe to our YouTube Cha…
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Do you find that your high school students have trouble allowing themselves to be creative in their writing? We have a solution for you! Enter The Inspiration Cube. We spent a lot of time curating this resource and have yet to share it with you! The Inspiration Cube is intended to help students break past their fear and anxiety of coming up with th…
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The sky is the limit when it comes to number lines. They can be effective hands on tools, useful classroom decor options, or even a reference sheet for the student's workspace. This episode will help you think about number lines in a new way. Topics Discussed Open number lines Fraction, decimal, percent number lines Positive and negative integer nu…
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When you think of centers, you typically think of little kids, glue, construction paper, and a big mess. As a former first-grade teacher, I can certainly tell you that this is the absolute truth! But centers are NOT just for elementary school. In fact, one of the best literacy center ideas for middle school is for teaching reading skills and strate…
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Subscriber-only episode Cheers! Find all your Brave New Teaching Happy Hour member info HERE: https://www.bravenewteaching.com/hhmembers 📚 BNT PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT & RESOURCES 👩‍💻 Join Happy Hour! Curriculum Rehab Down with the Reading Quiz Shop the BNT Resource Library Connect with us on Instagram @bravenewteaching Subscribe to our YouTube Cha…
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It’s time for a reading update! Get your notebook or notes app ready because you’re about to have a new TBR list just in time for Spring reading. We’re running through our recent reads, some we’ve enjoyed more than others. There’s a little something for everyone from memoirs to historical fiction to comfort reads and everything in between. We hope …
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Just because we see a new strategy on social media, doesn't mean it's the best teaching method for our students. Let's deep dive about the controversial butterfly method today and perhaps take this approach OUT of our teaching toolboxes. Resources Check out Ellie’s free fraction training, Three Fraction Shortcuts to Avoid: https://cognitivecardioma…
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Your teacher performance assessment can feel dreadful. Maybe it’s planned, and maybe you know there is one more left. Either way, you’ll need a shift in mindset will get you to understand how to showcase your strengths to your administrator. Although teacher observations can be very stressful, these "no fail” tips will help you to impress your admi…
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It’s officially Women’s History Month and we’re absolutely celebrating here at Brave New Teaching! While we firmly believe that we should be doing this work all year round, it’s still powerful to pause and have some intentionality behind what’s being celebrated this month. For us, that’s not only women’s voices, but also women’s issues, both past a…
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How will you be celebrating Pi Day with your mathematicians? Today we're sharing our tried and true favorite activities for this important celebration. Topics Discussed What is Pi and Pi Day? Ideas for Celebrating Pi Day in the Math Classroom Resources Circle and Pi Category https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Store/Cognitive-Cardio-Math/Search:cir…
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Subscriber-only episode Cheers! Find all your Brave New Teaching Happy Hour member info HERE: https://www.bravenewteaching.com/hhmembers Timothy Freitas, Master of Arts in Teaching, Secondary English Education A College- Board-endorsed AP English Language and Composition consultant, Timothy has been teaching AP English Language and Composition and …
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How many times have you sat through a Professional Development Training and thought “This is not the best use of my time”? As an ELA teacher with a to-do list a mile long, there’s nothing worse than feeling like your time is wasted or you aren’t walking away from a PD session with strategies you can actually use to better your instruction. That’s w…
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It's time for your observation. How do you feel? Is your stomach quesy or are you calm as a cucumber? Are your palms sweating or are you happy to see your administrator enter your room? Today we're going to chat about teacher evaluation time, share some of our experiences, and give actionable tips to help you survive this stressful season. Topics D…
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Do you enjoy assigning projects in your class, but have found that small group projects come with a whole new set of challenges? Whole-class projects may be your answer. Our guest today, Danielle Hicks, has found great success with whole-class engagement projects and is here to share about her experience. If the thought of one big giant project bri…
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When you hear the words ‘multiplication facts,’ what is your first thought? If it’s similar to many of the comments I’ve read in math teacher FB groups, it might be something like, ‘oh my gosh, kids don’t know their facts, ‘ or ‘my students can’t find least common multiple because they don’t know their multiplication facts’ or something along those…
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Do you struggle to find a solution for unproductive student work time? We hear you, and we’re here to help with a new lesson plan rescue episode! When our precious class time is not spent the way we hope for, it throws everything off balance like our planning, grading, and student progress…which is enough to drive you crazy! There’s no one hack to …
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How many times have you walked into your classroom with the thought “I just can’t do this today?” You’re feeling sad, burned out, or just generally REALLY blah. Have you ever felt that way? Today we’re talking about burnout and depression, and how we can deal with those feelings. Topics Discussed You certainly aren't alone Where to turn for help Co…
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When AI first came on the scene in a big way, there was a lot of panic. In the world of education, there were (and still are!) concerns about how it could make cheating easier for students. However, we all know it’s here to stay and we’ve learned that there are lots of positive ways that AI is changing the classroom. Today we’re sharing four ways t…
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Is that extra time spent leading clubs even worth it? Should we fight to keep clubs in the picture at our school? Tune in for our take on this topic! Topics Discussed How the offerings have evolved over time What the research says Ideas for clubs that you might consider adding at your school Resources Check out this blog post about clubs in schools…
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Hendricks social studies teacher, Stacey Ingraham, joins as co-host to help facilitate a discussion about Black History Month with some of our 8th graders. Marcello, Megan, and Josh gather together to discuss important people, events, and ideas related to Black History Month.Di KYLE PULLANO
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If you are a middle school language arts teacher, then you teach reading skills. There is a certain "finesse" that you will need to do this well at the middle school level. This is the seventh and final episode in a mini-series on teaching reading skills to our middle schoolers. This episode focuses on how to teach theme. Teaching theme in literatu…
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Do you batch anything in your life? Some people like to batch their meal prep or batch laundry duties. We’re big fans of batching here at Brave New Teaching, and that includes batch planning! Not only can batch planning save you time, but it can also keep you organized and better prepared for what’s to come in your teaching. Today we’re sharing all…
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So your students come in to class and don't have pencils. Is this a big deal? Are we concerned about why they don't have a pencil? Let's talk about some easy-to-implement strategies for dealing with the pencil dilemma. Resources Mentioned 'Cause I Ain't Got a Pencil poem by Joshua Dickerson Please subscribe on your favorite platform so you don’t mi…
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We’re spending 5 minutes a day for 5 days getting the rest of this year all planned out - it's going to feel SO GOOD when this is done!! Join us to plan the rest of your school year, from now, January of 2024, through the last day of school. In just 25 minutes, take your existing curriculum calendar from blank pages to organized and ready in just 5…
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We’re spending 5 minutes a day for 5 days getting the rest of this year all planned out - it's going to feel SO GOOD when this is done!! Join us to plan the rest of your school year, from now, January of 2024, through the last day of school. In just 25 minutes, take your existing curriculum calendar from blank pages to organized and ready in just 5…
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We’re spending 5 minutes a day for 5 days getting the rest of this year all planned out - it's going to feel SO GOOD when this is done!! Join us to plan the rest of your school year, from now, January of 2024, through the last day of school. In just 25 minutes, take your existing curriculum calendar from blank pages to organized and ready in just 5…
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If you are a middle school language arts teacher, then you teach reading skills. There is a certain "finesse" that you will need to do this well at the middle school level. This is the sixth in a mini-series on teaching reading skills to our middle schoolers. This episode focuses on teaching point of view and perspective. Teaching point of view and…
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Today, we're going to talk about how beach balls and cardboard wheels can be fun and effective learning tools for the middle school classroom. Resources Beach ball blog post Word wheel blog post Please subscribe on your favorite platform so you don’t miss an episode. Whether it’s Spotify, Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, or some other listening app…
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We’re spending 5 minutes a day for 5 days getting the rest of this year all planned out - it's going to feel SO GOOD when this is done!! Join us to plan the rest of your school year, from now, January of 2024, through the last day of school. In just 25 minutes, take your existing curriculum calendar from blank pages to organized and ready in just 5…
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