Learn how to stay abreast of current educational trends while taking your skills to the next level as an educator. This podcast will share tips for your advancement and development as an educator. Parents are welcome to join to!
How well do you really know those that you interact with personally and professionally? Have you taken the time to ask them about how much they value service? In this episode, I share my perspective on the value of being a service leader in your community online and offline. Though education and the arts are my passions, service holds an even greater space in my heart.
Parents across the world are facing the touch decision of if it is right to send their child back to school. There is no right or wrong answer but we all must be here to support each other along the way. In this episode, gain helpful tips for getting through the process.
Local Childcare facilities are in need of staff now more than ever. Learn more about strategies to scale your childcare facility and ways to grow your business. This episode also highlights great opportunities for employment opportunities.
Many parents have felt burnt out from having to manage their child's education from home. Some have utilized babysitters, friends, family, or hired help for support but what many are finding is that a professional is needed. Learn more about tools available to parents to help make at-home learning easier for parents and scholars.
Covid-19 has caught many parents off-guard and many are unsure of what to expect for the 2020-2021 school year. Older siblings, neighborhood friends, family members, and more have been sourced to help provide parents support with their child's in-home education. However, some parents are still making the attempt to manage their child's in-home education on their own. As a result, many of those parents are overwhelmed with the process. Learn about several solutions that are available to you and your family today.
Many parents are being forced to choose between sending their children to school or trying to continue to teach from home. Learn more about POD learning and additional support available to parents that were to keep their scholars on-track.
COVID-19 has brought about unexpected changes to the world. One of the most significant changes has been on educational systems and the way educators, staff, scholars, and parents are approaching education. Learn more about how educators can lead by example.
Approaching the upcoming school year is bringing unwanted anxiety, stress, and tensions to educators, staff, students, and parents. Now more than ever, mental health support is needed for all involved in order to maintain balance and peace as we take on the next phase of COVID-19. This episode shares my perspective around the impact that mental health assistance can have in schools.
It takes a village to raise a child and during the 1918 Pandemic communities joined together to support one another. During this COVID-19 crisis, it is imperative that we leverage our resources as a community and join together to support our schools, educators, scholars, and families. By working together, we can be the support that we all need.
The 1918 Pandemic taught us so much about coming together as a community to support one another and survive. This episode is Part 1 and it discusses the importance and value of professional development.
At times educators may experience accepting a role that ends up not being a good fit. Prior to going into the role, the educator may have known that it would not be a good fit. Learn more about how to lead, and leverage your experience as an opportunity to effectively pivot while leaving a positive impression.