The Educators’ Cooperative brings teachers together from schools all over Nashville, public, charter, and private, to share best practices focused on teaching and learning. This podcast delves into their classrooms, practices, and meditations on how they successfully serve Nashville's students.
Sarah interviews University School of Nashville first grade teacher Lizzy Ammerman and Sam one of the parents of a current student about the parent book club she started this year using The Awakened Family by Dr. Shefali Tsabary.
Host Sara Guest and Ada Collins discuss using data, differences between classroom and coaching and always how you take care of yourself so you can do all again next week!
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Karri Leslie is a cohort 2 member of The Educators Cooperative.
In this episode Sarah asks her about her lesson on empathy, how she's always calm and where she got such a strong SEL vision from.
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Guest Host Greg O'Loughlin interviews Hume Fogg math teacher Christopher Collins about his inquiry-based approach in his classroom.
If you are an Ed-Coop teacher interested in being featured on the podcast please reach out to Mike Mitchell at firstname.lastname@example.org
Welcome to the first episode of The Educators' Cooperative Podcast. This month, we're lucky to be joined by Shana Feldspausch, a second grade teacher at Mt. View Elementary School, in Antioch, TN. Our host Sarah Guest spent some time getting to know Shana and learning about transitioning from teaching in a Middle School to an Elementary School. They cover so many thoughtful topics like, planning, prep, transparency with your students, coaching, and more. So, listen up, and get to know one of your fellow CoOp teachers!"
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You can follow Shana on Insta @firstn2nd