Anabel Gonzalez shares ideas, reflections, and inspiration to keep educators moving forward in their teaching and learning journeys. Whether teaching remotely or face-to-face, it's the tidbits that make it all grand.
Anabel Gonzalez is joined by Rachel Warren, a digital marketing consultant with no connection to education other than being the parent of two school-aged children. She discusses how Covid affected her sons' learning last school year and how they are adjusting to this year's new normal. The conversation will be enlightening and encouraging to all teachers, but it will also make us keenly aware of the digital divide that persists despite our best efforts to level the playing field.
Anabel Gonzalez is joined by Rik Rowe (@RoweRikW), a math educator from Massachusetts who coined the hashtag #GoodCallsHome on Twitter after he made positive phone calls a part of his weekly routine - a practice he continues even during remote learning. He will share what got him started and the impact it has made on his students, their families, and him. Warning: this conversation may be life-changing.
Can we be too positive? Anabel Gonzalez is joined by teacher-leader Terry Pimienta (@pimientasra). Terry shares how she empowers her colleagues with nontoxic positivity, not to deny or minimize the current hardships but rather to promote reflection and growth. An inspiring conversation that anyone can relate to, not just educators.
In this episode, Anabel Gonzalez talks with two high school students about learning during the Covid-19 pandemic. They will share their experiences, as well as their opinions about masks, cameras, and some other things.
Educators across the globe are exhausted and overwhelmed with the demands of teaching in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic. Anabel Gonzalez shares some important questions to reflect on so that we can thrive in this new normal.
Anabel Gonzalez launches the Teaching Tidbits podcast with thoughts about the value of podcasting for educators and most importantly, for students. She reflects on what brought her to start podcasting and the opportunities she hopes it will bring. Please visit teachingtidbits.com for links to resources referred to in the episode.