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Matt Miller, author of Ditch That Textbook, joins Tavis and Danny to discuss how teachers can gain confidence and classroom advance by creating materials that are custom made for their classes. Matt’s love for his classes, interest in student achievement, and passion for progression discussions and practices in the classroom are inspiring.

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Grant Beyer and Chris Bonnie are High School teachers that open doors early and close them late, and believe in being honest and genuine with their students to make inspiring connections. Danny joins this dynamic duo to discuss their commitment towards building lasting relationships that encourage student confidence, development as individuals, and motivation for academic and life success. This episode also features a “try not to laugh challenge - teacher’s edition.” Enjoy this heartfelt and sincere conversation with two outstanding educators. Watch our live video episode here. 

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Christine Rosado cares deeply for her students and their development. From New Jersey, Christine Skypes with Danny to discuss how overcoming challenges makes the successes of teaching even sweeter. Her passion for education shines through sincerely in this outstanding interview. On her channel Happily Planning Life, Christine regularly shares her challenges and successes in the classroom. https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCULMzNpZ-sOO9-Q-eJvQFNw

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Ryan O’Donnell is the king of classroom games, technology in forms and templates, and always striving to become a better educator. Watch out interview with Ryan O'Donnell on YouTube. The creator of Creative Ed Tech, http://creativeedtech.com/ Ryan shares insights into continually adjusting, changing, and adapting to classrooms and differentiated learners. From the college football field to the classroom, Ryan calls the right plays to connect with students and create engaging materials and lessons.

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Kristina Allison (@KShevy on Twitter) and Danny Hauger discuss what it means to be a lifelong learner, how to get better writing out of students through practice, and the understanding of its real-world importance. We also discuss how gratitude motivates teachers, the stories we tell to engage students, and how ketchup makes our day. There’s so much more! Listen and gain some valuable tips for English teachers, and teachers of all subjects.

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Melba Beals is a hero to me, and to the nation, as one of nine little girls who integrated Central High School in Little Rock, Arkansas, in September of 1957. Episode #15 of Inspiring Teachers brings me back to an interview with my mentor, and Civil rights icon, Melba Pattillo Beals. I did not know that when I entered into my first radio broadcasting class at Dominican University of California, and met my professor, who corrected me from saying Mrs. Beals, and told me to call her Melba. Melba was my teacher for three straight semesters, and taught me a lot more than just how to be a broadcaster with ethics.

Melba taught me about history, life, and how to be a morally guided and well-rounded person. In 2017 I sat down with Melba for an audio interview, and I find it to be one of the most inspiring interviews that I have ever captured. Education carried Melba through many adventures, books, and successes, and she shares her story with us on Inspiring Teachers.

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Dave Burgess is a keynote speaker, educator, professional development innovator, and author of Teach Like a Pirate ( audio book book is now available), as well as an extensive network of teachers and creators who are changing the face and perception of teacher involvement in the classroom. A quote from Dave, “Pirates are daring, adventurous, and willing to set forth into uncharted territories with no guarantee of success. They reject the status quo and refuse to conform to any society that stifles creativity and independence. They are entrepreneurs who take risks and are willing to travel to the ends of the earth for that which they value.” ~ Dave Burgess

Transparency has been a key to my classroom. My treasure chest would be full of honesty, excitement, enthusiasm, and being passionate. Energy is a must. When I feel tired at the end of teaching, I know I gave a good effort, and Dave definitely advocates for a tapping into energy in the classroom to draw in students like magnets to engaging lessons. Dave was certainly fired up in our interview, no surprise, and brought a lot of heart, and an exclusive story about Dave’s development in entertainment and performance before education.

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CJ Reynolds (Real Rap with Reynolds on Youtube) is a committed, charismatic, and colorful teacher bringing realistic reasoning and eloquent energy to his students. In this episode, we discuss ways to bring your best to your students, finding the best in every student, and working hard to deliver your top performance as a teacher. episode 9. Watch this episode now on YouTube! Support CJ Reynolds and his amazing, inspiring teaching resources too!

 

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You don’t have to be good at math to enjoy mathematics. That’s the message from creator, teacher, and media maker Thom Gibson. Thom discusses the importance of planning, critical thinking, and creativity in designing effective lesson plans. Thom joins us from his home in Austin, Texas, to discuss some of his motivation for teaching, and passion projects from robotics, to reading and jerky.

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Becky Schnekser isn’t just inspiring in a classroom, she takes her inspiration to nature. She is scaling her knowledge beyond her classroom walls and recording amazing data, field research, and inspiration to inform her teaching and her scientific knowledge. Becky joins Danny to discuss her 2018 expedition in the Galápagos Islands and her 2019 plans to go even further. Becky is an outgoing, adventurous, and hard-working educator that has some amazing stories to tell. You can find Becky and awesome photos from her expeditions on Twitter @Schnekser and her podcast https://anchor.fm/becky-schnekser We set out an exciting conversation to end 2018 and welcome in the New Year. this is one of our most inspiring conversations yet about extending yourself to new adventures, learning, and experiences.

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