Shared Teaching Podcast

Shared Teaching Podcast

Teaching is too hard of a job to try to do alone. Every week join Susan, a veteran teacher, as she discusses the power of sharing in the workload by offering tips for organization, teaching strategies, classroom management, and more. If you are a primary teacher looking for help and motivation to survive the ups and downs of teaching, this podcast is for you. Visit http://sharedteaching.com/shared-teaching-podcast/ to find show notes and how to contribute to an episode.

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July 10, 2024 4 mins

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Welcome to the fifth episode of the Writing Tip Wednesday series! This week’s tip is all about sounding out words.

In today's episode we'll talk about:

  • Empowering students to sound out words
  • An easy method for sounding it out

BLOG POST / SHOW NOTES LINK:  https://sharedteaching.com/sounding-out-words/

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Rebecca from Smiling Students Lesson Plans is a teacher and author with over 15 years experience. Her masters degree in education and specialty in language arts has given her the knowledge to help students learn and excel. 

Teaching is her passion and she enjoys seeing all the growth and progress made in the classroom. In her free time, Rebecca likes to travel, rea...

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Welcome to the fourth episode of Writing Tip Wednesday!  Get a new quick tip each Wednesday.  This week's tip is to not start teaching writing until you've done a pre-assessment.

In today's episode we'll talk about:

  • The danger of not using a pre-assessment
  • How to start with a pre-assessment

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When it comes to teaching writing, there’s a ton of different ways to approach it. Without a set plan or proper training, it’s hard to avoid modeling mistakes. In this episode, I’ll show you some common mistakes and what to do to avoid them.

In this episode we'll talk about:

  • Not Being Explicit
  • Not Having a Clear Path
  • Not Modeling Mistakes
  • Not Allowing Students...
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Welcome to the third episode of Writing Tip Wednesday!  Get a new quick tip each Wednesday.  This week's tip is to model great writing with mentor texts.

In today's episode we'll talk about:

  • What is a mentor text
  • Why use a mentor text

BLOG POST / SHOW NOTES LINK:   https://sharedteaching.com/using-mentor-texts/

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Welcome to the second episode of Writing Tip Wednesday!  Get a new quick tip each Wednesday.  This week's tip is that having a writing goal gives students a focus.

In today's episode we'll talk about:

  • Setting a writing goal for each student
  • Why writing goal's help with focusing
  • How to set a writing goal

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Effective writing instruction begins with you! Even without any writing training for your teaching career, it’s possible to improve and become a great writing teacher. Let's dive into some practical tips for effective writing instruction that will make your classroom buzz with creativity and learning.

In today's episode we'll talk about:

  • Providing...
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Welcome to the first episode of my new series - Writing Tip Wednesday! Each Wednesday I'm sharing one quick tip you can use to improve your writing instruction. We're kicking off the series with mini lessons.

In today's episode we'll talk about:

  • Mini Lessons Should Be Mini
  • Staying Focused on One Topic

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Is your writing instruction being hurt by having one (or all) of these 3 habits? Transform your writing instruction for the next school year by learning which habit you might be doing and what you should be doing instead! Teaching writing shouldn't be crazy difficult.

In today's episode we'll talk about:

  • Habit #1 - Using Daily Writing Prompts
  • Habit...
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Today on the podcast we have Shannon Hazel, the author of New Teacher Confidential:  What They Didn't Tell You About Being a Teacher.  Join us in today's episode where we are talking about tips for teacher and teacher burnout.

In today's episode we cover:

  • The biggest thing you should know about if entering teaching
  • What is change fatigue
  • How to reco...
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You’ve almost made it to the end of the school year! This time of year is filled with its own challenges but read on for my advice for first year teachers in the spring. 

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Need to keep your fast finishers busy while others are still working on testing? Nothing is worse than that in between times when you’re trying to keep students quiet and preserve the test environment!

In today's episode we'll talk about:

  1. Word Searches Using Class Names
  2. Color By Number or Mandala Coloring
  3. Creative Writing Time
  4. Puzzle Corner
  5. Independent or ...
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It's no secret that upper elementary students are the focus of all the test prep because the stakes are higher for them.  But if we work on getting our younger students to have a strong foundation of test taking strategies, the struggle won't be so difficult for our upper elementary teaching friends.

Today we are discussing easy test taking strategies tha...

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February 7, 2024 14 mins

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Writing is embedded throughout our daily lives. Because of this, writing shouldn’t always be taught in isolation. It’s important to teach writing across content areas as well that reinforces the type of writing specific to that discipline.

In today's episode we cover:

  • How to utilize content vocabulary in writing
  • Examples of how to write like a historian
  • Examp...
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I feel like building writing stamina is something that is not talked about often. Writing stamina is an important part of our students’ writing foundation that we need to build. Here are some effective strategies for nurturing writing stamina for our younger students.

In today's episode we'll discuss:

  • Embracing the writing process
  • Establishing a writing...
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January 24, 2024 13 mins

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When teaching sight words for second graders, there are some differences to notice. Sight words are important to teach but they are not just for memorization. Today we’ll cover some strategies to use instead.

In this episode we'll talk about:

  • What are sight words
  • How to introduce sight words
  • Irregular spelled or heart words
  • Play dough sight word mats
  • Sight word...
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If you're students are still struggling with putting words or sentences onto paper, this episode is for you!

Shared writing is the perfect tool in your writing toolkit to support your emergent writers. Get your students interacting and helping you write with shared writing. I'll walk you through how to get started - it's as easy as picking up your pe...

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Teaching shortages often mean missing out on your planning period. The rare times you do have a prep, it’s important to maximize your time. Today I’ll show you some time saving techniques to make the most of your time.

In today's episode we will tackle 3 ways to schedule out your prep period to be more efficient. We're also discussing ways to avoid distra...

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Happy New Year!

In honor of the New Year I am counting down my 5 resolutions for teachers. I love the feeling of all the possibilities that can occur in a new year. The idea of fresh starts and big dreams fills me with excitement every January. Here are 5 New Year’s resolutions for teachers that will reinvigorate you as well!

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When you think of student centered instruction, you are thinking of the whole child. You are also thinking of how to encourage executive functioning and student agency within the classroom. How can you place ownership of the learning onto the kids?

In today's episode we cover:

  • What student centered reading instruction is
  • The teacher's role during studen...
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