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Dr. Josh Wilson is a high school social studies teacher, a recent PhD graduate, and, like me, a reluctant entrant into the teaching profession. His story is well worth a listen.
Well, we are back for the new year. The plan is to continue to share in-depth teacher stories. Continue to position our understanding of where we are in a historical context, and in between maybe have some fun. The plan is to release episodes every couple of weeks until the summer break, then resume in the fall.
I don’t know about you, but I’ve found that since the beginning of the pandemic, my tolerance for long podcasts has waned. I have a decreasing bandwidth for lengthy podcasts, and as a result, I’ve been trying to make each of ours shorter. So, my commitment to you, dear listener, is to make sure that my content does not go beyond 30 minutes. Now I can’t account for commercials and the stuff that our hosts and providers share, but I can at least do that for you.
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It’s the stories of teachers, students, and school communities that matter most in education. So, to make them visible, we need your help. Pease leave positive reviews wherever you are able. If you are an iTunes or Spotify subscriber, leaving a good review can really help our visibility. Also, please don’t keep this podcast to yourself. Tell your friends to subscribe and listen too.
One thing we all have in common is that we’ve been to school. Everyone has an educational story to share. So if you would like to contribute to the pod in any way, if you have a story to share, long, short, tragic, or comic, if you have comments to make about the podcast, or just want to say “hi”, you can send an email to TeachersTeaTimePod@gmail.com or alternatively you can send emails to me directly using firstname.lastname@example.org I love to read what you have to say.
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The podcast artwork was created by Phaedra.
Opening and closing music is by Bryan Boyko.