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For the Love of Reading

For the Love of Reading

Willie Shelby, a literacy specialist from Montgomery, AL, talks about engaging young readers in the classroom and helping them to nourish that love of reading for life. Don’t forget to subscribe to the School Me podcast so that you’ll never miss an episode!
Surviving the early years

Surviving the early years

Kadrien Wilson, only three years out of college and teaching 3rd grade in NC, shares her advice for new career educators and tips as a new and young professional. Don’t forget to subscribe to the School Me podcast so that you’ll never miss an episode!
Are Sports a Foundation for Academic Success?

Are Sports a Foundation for Academic Success?

Jermaine Guinyard, a former college athlete from Ohio State turned physical education teacher and coach, discusses how sports can play a key role in student academic success - not just a great foundation for physical health.
Are You Allowed to Smile Before December?

Are You Allowed to Smile Before December?

David May, a middle school teacher from San Bernardino, CA with 9 years of teaching under his belt, shares tips and techniques for connecting with students, and when educators can show their personality. Are you allowed to smile before December? School Me dives into the answer. Don’t forget to subscribe to the School Me podcast so that you’ll never miss an episode!
Dealing with the First Day Jitters

Dealing with the First Day Jitters

Michelle Holloway, a special education teacher from Mobile, AL, discusses getting through the first day of school and quelling those first day jitters.
Lesson Planning

Lesson Planning

Annette Romano, a veteran educator with 31 years of experience from New York, shares tips for lesson planning for new and early career educators.