In this episode of the Thriving Children Podcast, Clare speaks with Ellen Ronalds Keene about self-care for teachers. Listen in to hear: Ellen’s definition of self care – what it is and why it’s essential Factors that make the teaching profession incredibly depleting The guilt we feel when prioritising our own wellbeing. Why living for the school holidays is not …
In this episode of the Thriving Children Podcast, Clare speaks with David Sewell McCann, from Sparkle Stories. The conversation dives deeply into the magic of storytelling, a powerful medium for supporting children’s development, and their engagement with literacy. Visit SparkleStories.com for your free 10 day trial. You can also find Sparkle Stories on Facebook. LISTEN HERE
In this episode of the Thriving Children Podcast, Clare shares 5 tasks that will help fellow educators to quickly and effectively get to know their students at the beginning of the new school year. Links for this episode: Beneath the Drawing blog post 10 Gems: the Move to Learn Program eBook Clare’s training dates for educators LISTEN IN
As Educators, we need to feel inspired to be in our learning space each day, to be engaging with our students.
What’s the biggest untapped resource we educators have at our fingertips? Parents. And each other.
In this episode, I’m discussing the very real challenge of teacher burn out. Why are some of our best educators leaving the system prematurely? And what can we actively do in order to prevent ourselves from reaching breaking point? I share an open letter from Kathy Margolis, an Australian teacher, that went viral. She puts into words what many of …
Movement. It’s a theme that infiltrates everything I talk about in the child development world.
Let’s talk about playing. These very words conjure a different response in educators.
It’s easy to spot the teachers who invest the time to connect with their students.
Do you ever have those days where you come home from work feeling incompetent?