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3 Caffeinated Coaches

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We aim to enhance the practices of instructional coaches / educators/ leaders by discussing research, interviewing experts in their fields, sharing our experiences, and engaging in a unique book study experience.
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Episode #12: 6 Months Later...

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Episode #17: Spill the Tea with Debbie Tannenbaum
Becky and Shannon wrap up our Spill the Tea series by chatting with Debbie Tannenbaum about the importance of relationships and the power of “making learning sticky” through retrieval practices and thinking routines. This episode provides a pragmatic approach to encouraging deep thinking from students and we can’t wait for you to listen! You can connect with Debbie Tannenbaum on Twitter @TannenbaumTech or on Instagram at @TannenbaumTech. Check out her website at TannenbaumTech.com where you can read her blog posts and order her book from Amazon! If interested, you can check out additional 3 Caffeinated Coaches podcast episodes by clicking here!
45:44
July 10, 2021
Episode #16: Spill the Tea with Adrianna Astle
In our fourth installment of the Spill the Tea series, Georgina and Shannon chat with Teacher-Librarian, Adrianna Astle! In this episode, Adrianna shares her amazing travels, clears up misconceptions about what a teacher-librarian is, discusses her passion for women empowerment, and describes her ideal education environment that empowers rather than dejects students. Adrianna’s witty humor, mixed with amazing storytelling makes this episode a MUST LISTEN! You can connect with Adrianna Astle on Twitter: @AdriannaAstle If interested, you can check out additional 3 Caffeinated Coaches podcast episodes by clicking here!
58:52
July 9, 2021
Episode #15: Spill the Tea with Paula Auble
On this third installment of our Spill the Tea Summer series, the #3CCs get to chat with Paula Auble. In this episode, Becky, Georgina, and Paula try to dispel the stigma surrounding educational coaching and through personal experiences, Paula, highlights some practical approaches coaches can take to support their educators as they navigate difficult waters. All the coaches and leaders out there won’t want to miss all the insight Paula shares in this episode! You can connect with Paula Auble on Twitter: @VHS_TchrCoach or on Instagram at: @vhs_tchrcoach, and don’t forget to visit her awesome website for coaches! As promised, her TikTok is live and can be found @vhsteachercoach If interested, you can check out additional 3 Caffeinated Coaches podcast episodes by clicking here!
43:03
July 8, 2021
Episode #14: Spill the Tea with Andrew Canle
Round Two of our Spill the Tea series is here with special guest, Andrew Canle! In this episode, Georgina and Shannon ask Andrew about the power of Mindset Moments, the impact relationships can have in the classroom, the importance of leading with student need in mind, and his goals for the future of education. If you are interested in hearing about student centricity, this episode will blow you away! You can connect with Andrew Canle on Twitter: @AJCanle or on Instagram at: @educanlepresents, and on Youtube at: EduCanle Presents You can purchase Andrew's book,  Mindset Moments on Amazon! If interested, you can check out additional 3 Caffeinated Coaches podcast episodes by clicking here!
51:46
July 7, 2021
Episode #13: Spill the Tea with Nyree Clark
We are kicking off our Spill the Tea Summer Series with special guest, Nyree Clark! In this episode, Becky and Georgina chat all things Culturally Relevant Teaching with Nyree and discuss the first steps educators can take to ensure they are reaching and supporting all learners. Listen in to hear some words of wisdom that come straight from Nyree's heart. If you are passionate about equity in the classroom, collaborative efforts towards creating unique and safe spaces for all stakeholders, and the implementation of effective teaching practices to ensure every student feels seen, heard, and cared for, then this is the episode for you! You can connect with Nyree Clark on Twitter: @MsNyreeClark or on Instagram at: @nyree_edu If you would like to connect with the 3 Caffeinated Coaches, check out our website at: 3caffeinatedcoaches.com or follow us on our social media channels to stay informed about what’s coming up! Twitter: @_3CCs Instagram: @_3_CCs 
41:09
June 23, 2021
Episode #12: 6 Months Later...
The last 6 months have been filled with exciting experiences, innovative ideas, and celebratory conversations. We have learned a lot, laughed a ton, and enjoyed all of the ups, downs, twists, and turns that this eduPodcast experience has brought us! In this episode, you will get a glimpse into what drives the 3 Caffeinated Coaches and a taste of what we hope is to come! The journey is just beginning, we have had a blast along the way, and are looking forward to the path ahead. Whether you are a regular listener or have just recently found us, we hope you enjoy this episode and can’t wait to hear your thoughts! Let us know how you’re connecting generally with our podcast over these last 6 months - we’d love to hear your feedback at bit.ly/3CCsFeedback. If you would like to connect, check out our website at: 3caffeinatedcoaches.com or follow us on our social media channels to stay informed about what’s coming up! Twitter: @_3CCs Instagram: @_3_CCs
27:46
June 9, 2021
Episode #11: How to Lead - Part 5
History has shown that as time progresses, individuals must embrace the shifts that come with new experiences in order to remain relevant and effective in their spaces; the same rings even truer for leaders. It doesn’t matter which industry an individual is impacting, they must embrace the reality that stagnancy is a recipe for disaster and flexibility is essential to success. Impact is the goal of every quality leader and in Part 5 of How to Lead, Jo Owen outlines pragmatic shifts that must occur in order for individuals to become authentic and impactful 21st century leaders. As this round of book study comes to a close, join Georgina as she shares her own insights and the insights of our 3CCs community that reflect on the necessary steps individuals must take in their approach to people, professionalism, and decision-making in order to remain effective leaders in their spaces. The Part 5 Slow Chat Slide Deck will be available to view on our website. Take a look and connect via Twitter with all the inspiring voices you heard on this episode! Want to join our next book study? Head to 3caffeinatedcoaches.com or follow us on our social media channels to stay informed about what’s coming up next! Twitter: @_3CCs Instagram: @_3_CCs
51:41
May 26, 2021
Episode #10: The Power of the Pause
Life gets busy and if we aren't mindful about taking care of ourselves and others, we are likely to find ourselves feeling mentally, physically, or relationally unwell. In an effort to maintain a healthy mind and body and cultivate strong relationships, educators everywhere need to evaluate whether or not they are taking moments throughout the day to take a pause. Join Becky and Shannon as they discuss the different types of pauses we encounter in life and how we can move from the subconscious pause to the deliberate one. If you would like to connect, check out our website at: 3caffeinatedcoaches.com Twitter: @_3CCs Instagram: @_3_CCs Resources:  The Power of the Pause by Nancy Scannell (YouTube Video) Protect Your Brain From Stress (Article) What is Neuroplasticity? A Psychologist Explains (Article)
49:54
May 12, 2021
Episode #9: How to Lead - Part 4
Every effective leader knows that to cultivate the greatest level of success for your organization and teams, you must develop and grow a very specific, yet often un-thought of set of skills. In Part 4 of How to Lead, Jo Owen highlights essential reading, writing, speaking, listening, and critical thinking skills that leaders can adopt to ensure they are meeting the needs of all their stakeholders. Join Georgina as she synthesizes the insight of real-life leaders who are aiming to make a difference in their communities and organization. If you are looking for pragmatic steps to stretch yourself as a leader, you will enjoy this episode! The Part 4 Slow Chat Slide Deck will be available to view on our website. Take a look and connect via Twitter with all the inspiring voices you heard on this episode! If you would like to connect, check out our website at: 3caffeinatedcoaches.com Twitter: @_3CCs Instagram: @_3_CCs Join our next Book Study: bit.ly/3CCsBSReg1
32:55
April 28, 2021
Episode #8: Lessons Learned
Educators everywhere understand the value of remaining a lifelong learner and ceasing every opportunity as a chance to reflect and grow. Join Becky and Shannon as they consider their roles as teachers, coaches, mentors, and leaders, and recount the various lessons they have learned over the combined 19 years they have been in education. If you strive to remain reflective in an effort to move forward, this is the episode for you!   If you would like to connect, check out our website at: 3caffeinatedcoaches.com  Twitter: @_3CCs   Instagram: @_3_CCs  Resource: The following article was referenced in the episode: https://kappanonline.org/grades-versus-comments-research-student-feedback-guskey/
48:42
April 14, 2021
Episode #7: How to Lead - Part 3
In any organization it is up to the leaders to put the right processes, people, and priorities in place in an effort to move the organization forward and make change happen. All creative and innovative leaders know action starts with a clear focus that allows them to manage change, handle conflict, and establish rhythms and routines that propel their organization and team to success.  Join Georgina as she amplifies the insights of our 3 Caffeinated Coaches community members who have shared their perspectives in our slow chat Book Study. If you are action-oriented and looking for creative approaches to making change happen, then this is the episode for you! The Part 3 Slow Chat Slide Deck will be available to view on our website. Take a look and connect via Twitter with all the inspiring voices you heard on this episode!  If you would like to connect, check out our website at: 3caffeinatedcoaches.com  Twitter: @_3CCs  Instagram: @_3_CCs  Join our next Book Study: bit.ly/3CCsBSReg1
34:42
March 31, 2021
Episode #6: Upon Further Reflection...
Every educator values and understands the importance of reflective practice in and outside of the classroom. Join Becky and Shannon as they discuss how imperative reflection is to personal and student growth. If you have been aching to add reflection to your everyday practice then you won't want to miss this episode.  If you would like to connect, check out our website at: 3caffeinatedcoaches.com Twitter: @_3CCs Instagram: @_3_CCs References made in Podcast (in order of appearance): Gibbs's Reflective Cycle according to the University of Edinburgh Quote about Reflection from the Asia Pacific Journal of Contemporary Education and Communication Technology The Fine Line Between Reflection and Regret by Trent Munday 5 Ways to Keep Self-Reflection from Being Negative blog post by Creative Smart Girl Reflective Practices in Health by La Trobe University The Importance of Self-Reflection for Learning blog post by Engage2Learn
58:55
March 17, 2021
Episode #5: How to Lead - Part 2
Any good leader understands the power of valuing and empowering their team. It is the leader’s responsibility to take the time to recognize the strengths and skill sets of each team member in an effort to maximize the efficiency and output as they collectively work towards their goal. Join Georgina as she synthesizes the shares of our 3 Caffeinated Coaches community members who have chosen to participate in our slow chat Book Study. If you are eager to grow as a leader and learn how to ‘Make Your Network Work’, you won’t want to miss this episode! The Part 2 Slow Chat Slide Deck will be available to view on our website. Take a look and connect via Twitter with all the inspiring voices you heard on this episode!   If you would like to connect, check out our website at: 3caffeinatedcoaches.com   Twitter: @_3CCs   Instagram: @_3_CCs Join our next Book Study: bit.ly/3CCsBSReg1
41:46
March 3, 2021
Episode #4: Hats Off To You...
Considering the roles we play in our day-to-day lives is important to physical, mental, and relational well-being. Often times, we don't make space to take account of all the hats we wear throughout any given day. Join Shannon and Becky as they evaluate the power that roles play in an educator's day to day life, as well as the importance of reframing some perspectives we hold around the different hats we might wear. If you are feeling overwhelmed or maybe just reflective then you won't want to miss this episode! If you would like to connect, check out our website at: 3caffeinatedcoaches.com Twitter: @_3CCs Instagram: @_3_CCs
39:34
February 17, 2021
Episode #3: How to Lead - Part 1
Establishing a thoughtful vision and setting a clear direction is an essential part of any leadership role. Join Georgina as she shares the insights of our 3 Caffeinated Coaches community members who have chosen to participate in our slow chat Book Study. If you are eager to enhance your leadership skills and enjoy learning from others, then this episode is for you! The Part 1 Slow Chat Slide Deck will be available to view on our website. Take a look and connect via Twitter with all the inspiring voices you heard on this episode! If you would like to connect, check out our website at: 3caffeinatedcoaches.com Twitter: @_3CCs Instagram: @_3_CCs Citation: Owen, J. (2018). How to lead: The definitive guide to effective leadership. Harlow: Pearson.
01:10:37
February 3, 2021
Episode #2: Getting Comfortable with Discomfort
In an effort to enhance our personal leadership, coaching, and mentoring practices, as well as those of our educators, it’s essential to remain proactive in response to the shifts in our educational climate, and, truly, the first step on the path to proactivity, is getting comfortable with discomfort. If you would like to connect, check out our website at: 3caffeinatedcoaches.com Twitter: @_3CCs Instagram: @_3_CCs References made in Podcast: Preparing Students for Jobs that Don't Exist by Nicole Krueger The Stranger by Albert Camus Dave Burgess on Hooking Students into Any Lesson"  on Overthrowing Education Podcast
31:02
January 20, 2021
Episode #1: Launch
Join your 3 Caffeinated Coaches -- Becky Colling, Georgina Dean, and Shannon Moore-- on their epic java-filled journey to learn and share all things coaching, mentoring, and leading across EDUCATION!! Follow us on Twitter: @_3CCs Follow us on Instagram: @_3_CCs Need to get in touch, don't hesitate to email us at 3caffeinatedcoaches@gmail.com
23:39
January 6, 2021