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Episode 69: BUILDING CONNECTION WITH CLASSROOM DESIGN FEATURING BETSY POTASH

Thu, 14 Oct 2021
Your classroom is a magical space. It's a place where you and your students spend a good deal of time, and you can design it in a way that fosters a sense of community, inclusivity, comfort, and inspiration. This episode is from The Spark Creativity Teacher Podcast, and will share several ideas on how you can get creative in creating a classroom space that's right for you!

SHOW NOTES: bravenewteaching.com/classroom-design-with-betsy-potash

Episode 68: (RE-RUN) TO TEACH GOTHIC LITERATURE

Thu, 07 Oct 2021

Today's episode is a re-run of one of our very favorite episodes where we share the voices and ideas of some of our favorite teachers out there. We recruited six phenomenal English teachers to share their favorite ways of taking inspiration from the season to create engaging, challenging, and fun lessons for their students. We hope you are inspired by their ideas and can implement them in your classroom this season (or any time of the year, really!).

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Episode 67: BANNED BOOKS PART 2: WHEN TEXTS AND TEACHERS ARE CHALLENGED

Thu, 30 Sep 2021

If you haven't checked out our previous episode [episode 66] go check that out! This is part two of our banned books discussion. We're looking at what to do when the professional decisions you've made in regards to text selection are challenged by parents and/or administration. How do you respond without getting defensive? How can you be well prepared for questions you're bound to get throughout the year? We're covering it all!

REGISTER FOR THE FREE BNT FALL FESTIVAL ON TEACHING DYSTOPIA: https://www.curriculumrehab.com/dystopia

SHOW NOTES: bravenewteaching.com/banned-books-part-2

Episode 66: BANNED BOOKS PART 1: CENSORSHIP IN THE CLASSROOM

Thu, 23 Sep 2021

In celebration of banned book week, we are addressing what our role is as a teacher when it comes to challenged books. In the first part of this two-episode series, we discuss the decisions we have to make when selecting texts, what to consider if a text or author is challenged, getting our students involved in the conversation, and more! 

REGISTER FOR THE FREE BNT FALL FESTIVAL ON TEACHING DYSTOPIA: https://www.curriculumrehab.com/dystopia

SHOW NOTES: bravenewteaching.com/banned-books-part-1

Episode 65: THE CASE FOR INQUIRY

Thu, 16 Sep 2021

It’s no secret that we are so passionate about inquiry. Inquiry is more than just questioning. It’s a whole view of how to approach teaching. Today we’re doing a deep dive into what inquiry is and what it isn’t, and why we use inquiry to drive curriculum. Better yet, we’re sharing how inquiry can decentralize the text and the teacher, and in turn allow students to take control of their own learning.

REGISTER FOR THE FREE BNT FALL FESTIVAL ON TEACHING DYSTOPIA: https://www.curriculumrehab.com/dystopia

SHOW NOTES: bravenewteaching.com/episode65

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