Teachers Supporting Teachers

Teachers Supporting Teachers

Welcome to 'Teachers supporting teachers'. The podcast sharing insights into being and becoming a teacher. I’m your host Narelle Lemon, an Associate Professor in Education at Swinburne University of Technology in Melbourne Australia, currently working with final year pre-service teachers who require some extra support as they navigate preparing to be a teacher in the current dynamic of COVID-19. I’m curious and love to use this strength to find out more, so what better way to support others than to create this podcast series to be able to gain insights and perspectives from colleagues and friends. Make a cup of tea and find a comfy place to sit as you listen to various guests talk about being and becoming a teacher. Find out more by reading the podcast notes at http://www.exploreandcreateco.com/teachers-supporting-teachers-podcast

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July 20, 2022 39 min

In Series 6 of Teachers Supporting Teachers Podcast we go local, global and international in hearing stories from pre-service teachers about becoming a teacher during a pandemic.

In this episode Siobhan O'Brien talks with Helen who shares her experiences with the challenges she encountered and how she overcame these. She also talks about the many positive highlights including the way her school mentor, students, university acade...

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In Series 6 of Teachers Supporting Teachers Podcast we go local, global and international in hearing stories from pre-service teachers about becoming a teacher during a pandemic.


In this episode we are fortunate to be talking to one of our final year primary education students, Aliesha, who shares with us some of the ways that she ‘navigated study and placement during the pandemic, with a focus on personal wellbeing’. Throughout thi...

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In Series 6 of Teachers Supporting Teachers Podcast we go local, global and international in hearing stories from pre-service teachers about becoming a teacher during a pandemic.

In this episode Associate Professor Marcelle Cacciattolo is joined by Charmaine Murphy and Moriah Pascua Victoria University, Melbourne, Australia. Charmaine and Moriah are preservice teachers in the Master of Teaching (Secondary Program). They discuss some...

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In Series 6 of Teachers Supporting Teachers Podcast we go local, global and international in hearing stories from pre-service teachers about becoming a teacher during a pandemic.

In this episode, three primary education degree students, Muhammad Anas Norman, Severine Sembai Jantum and Nur Hamizah Sahril  from Institut Pendidikan Guru, Kota Samarahan, Sarawak, Malaysia, join Susan to talk about the challenges faced during the pandemi...

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In Series 6 of Teachers Supporting Teachers Podcast we go local, global and international in hearing stories from pre-service teachers about becoming a teacher during a pandemic.

In this episode Susan is joined by Sharon Chin and Ainie Amanie from Institut Pendidikan Guru, Kota Samarahan, Sarawak in Malaysia. Ainie and Sharon share how they prepared, supported self and others, and taught across two different situations including a 3...

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In Series 6 of Teachers Supporting Teachers Podcast we go local, global and international in hearing stories from pre-service teachers about becoming a teacher during a pandemic.

Welcome to this episode where Susie Boyes joins Narelle to talk about becoming a teacher during the pandemic. Susie is a third year  pre-service teacher at Swinburne University of Technology and she talks in depth in this episode about caring duties as a te...

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Last episode we talked about different types of rest. And in this episode I'm connecting with a short guided meditation for you to help you with sensory rest, and to reconnect to being grounded. This meditation is designed for you to imagine a green space that helps you to reconnect the heart and mind. It is designed as a short practice that can support you before, during or after professional experience. 

Note: Do this meditati...

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In this episode we explore rest, and seven types that can support us to be the best we can be. We unpack rest verses sleep, and explore physical mental, spiritual, emotional, social, sensory, and creative rest and what they are and what they might look like. We set the intention for you to explore this most underused gift. 

 

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Procrastination is the act of delaying or putting off tasks until the last minute, or past their deadline. In this episode we talk about good and bad procrastination and some tips to help you when you are perhaps avoiding completing a lesson plan, assignment or some writing.

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Welcome to this episode where we unpack some approaches to how you can approach feedback on placement. We explore some mindful tips that support how you can engage with feedback, structure mutually respectful protocols, and view feedback from a strengths perspective. 

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In this episode we acknowledge the demands of having to oragnise yourself and explore four tips on how to create mindful lists that help you be proactive.

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In this episode we acknowledge that professional experience can feel overwhelming as we have so many demands to juggle, or balls in the air as we discuss. A mapping exercise is shared to help you visualise priorities where you may need to tweak or tilt one activity more than another. 

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In this episode you are introduced to the mini pause strategy STOP.  A wonderful mindfulness based strategy that can be used to support you to come back to the present moment and feel more clam when you may be experiencing worry, stress, concern and anxiety in association to placement. This strategy is  a gem for your  toolbox  for self-care, and can be transferred to almost every situation.

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Welcome to this episode where I go solo for the first time.  In this episode I talk about confidence and delve into what this is in relation to becoming a teacher. I explore a little bit of the theory but connect more with tips, tricks, and practical strategies to support you. We explore goals and sub-goals to help you tune into what you need right now and take a look at self-compassion as a way to help you with your confidence, es...

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Welcome to this episode where we talk about the what, how and why of bullet journaling. My guests for this episode are Michelle Tichy & Stephen "Namu" Orsborn. We connect with the notion of bullet journaling as a mindful practice disguised as a productivity system, and we especially unpack this in relation to the flexibility this way of working can help when organising ideas and processing your to-do lists. We talk abou...

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Welcome to this episode where Michelle talks with Narelle about the topic of resilience. We unpack 7 skills of resilience (Cultivate a Belief in Your Ability to Cope, Stay Connected With Sources of Support, Talk About What You're Going Through, Be Helpful to Others, Activate Positive Emotion, Cultivate an Attitude of Survivorship, and Seek meaning) and what these might mean to you and possibly look like in action. We discuss mo...

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Welcome to this episode where Dr Michelle Tichy joins me once again from Rollins College in USA. This episode we are talking transitions on a personal, local, global and professional level. We link with some research and reflect upon what this means for us and you. We also link with the idea of beginner's mind set and what this can look like and when it can serve us well.?


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Welcome to episode 4 where Michelle and Narelle talk through teacher hacks, those tips, tricks and ideas that are gold and you wish someone had of told you about them. Inspired by a Twitter thread Narelle saw, we unpack some cool hacks, decode some unusual ones, and enter into a discussion about others we would engage in.  Classroom display’s, feedback hacks, voice recordings, worksheet and printing verses paperless, individual whi...

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Welcome to episode 3 where Dr Michelle Tichy joins Narelle once again and we talk through self-care non-negotiables when overwhelmed or exhausted. Michelle shares for us her love ritual, mindful shower practices, and her all systems check in. Narelle shares her go to mindful making practices, the “lean in” to a cuddle, and a few connections to breath strategies she engages with to help her feel grounded. Enjoy this episode as we un...

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Michelle and Narelle talk about staying connected and supporting our students through challenging times and the pandemic. We explore what it means to be holding space for yourself and others.  

Michelle shares her experience of having covid-19 while managing the beginning of teaching and the “crashing in” or what is a vulnerability to be open with each other. 

Narelle talks about the place of honesty  in supporting each other as educ...

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