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Jamie Mason Cohen is a TED-Huff Post International teaching award winner, #1 Amazon best-selling author of LIVE FROM YOUR CLASS, and a TEDx speaker on leadership. In this show, he speaks with fascinating performers from diverse areas (comedy, professional speaking, acting, magic, forensic handwriting analysis) searching to discover the real-world, practical strategies that educational and business leaders can use in their classrooms and meetings.

Latest Episodes

22: How to Use Humour to Deal with Classroom Management Issues

Are there creative, alternative ways to deal with challenging classroom management issues in a classroom? It turns out that incorporating humour into difficult situations with students can be effective and transform the culture of your class from tension to connection.

56 MIN2018 JUN 26
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22: How to Use Humour to Deal with Classroom Management Issues

21: Defining Humour - A Contextual Interlude

The simplest definition of humour as it relates to teachers is the lighthearted, open and playful quality and context that permeates a curiosity-driven and creative learning environment. This chapter from the 'Live From Your Class' audiobook dispels the myths and misconceptions of what humour is and what it isn't. It then goes on to define humour in it's complex and surprising forms and benefits.

25 MIN2018 JUN 19
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21: Defining Humour - A Contextual Interlude

20: Spotting Low Self-esteem, Self-Reliance and Bad Habits in Children’s Handwriting

Can you spot a student who stays in bad friendships or relationships too long? Can you see if a student lacks the self belief to try out for the baseball team? Is it possible to locate a quiet student’s deep inner desire to be a leader and is just waiting for the right opportunity to break out of their shell and be seen in such a role? Is there a sign that a young person is struggling with breaking a bad habit and just needs a little help in figuring how? These meaningful personality characteristics, that can be found in children’s handwriting, will be discussed in this episode. You can get the entire online course, SECRETS AND STRENGTHS IN YOUR CHILD'S HANDWRITING that this segment is a part of at www.jamiemasoncohen.com.

6 MIN2017 OCT 10
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20: Spotting Low Self-esteem, Self-Reliance and Bad Habits in Children’s Handwriting

19: Recognizing Emotions in Children’s Handwriting

How do young people respond or react to their feelings and their environment? Can you accurately assess a students’ emotional responses from their handwriting? The answer is yes. This episode is a segment from the innovative, new online course: SECRETS AND STRENGTHS IN YOUR CHILD’S HANDWRITING by Jamie Mason Cohen. By the end of this episode you will be better able to understand a child’s inner, emotional world and how it manifest itself in every day behaviour and actions. The ability to recognize different young person’s emotional responsiveness levels, as well as depth and intensity of their feelings can help you become a more sympathetic and compassionate teacher and parent. If you want to create a stronger, more fulfilling connection with your students and children, then this episode is required listening. You can get the full online course that this segment is a part of at www.jamiemasoncohen.com

14 MIN2017 OCT 3
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19: Recognizing Emotions in Children’s Handwriting

18: Goal-Setting for Creative Fathers with Dr. Nick Maes

Two working, creative fathers - Nick Maes, a published author and high school teacher and Jamie Mason Cohen, a teacher and keynote speaker, discuss strategies to create consistently while keeping a full-time job. They get right into productivity hacks and challenges fathers deal with in juggling work-life balance while pursuing their creative projects. Over the past few years, while working full-time as high school teachers, Nick has published several novels, while Jamie has published a non-fiction book and given keynotes speeches around the world, including TEDx.

17 MIN2017 SEP 5
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18: Goal-Setting for Creative Fathers with Dr. Nick Maes

17: The Attention Crisis - Does Technology Help or Hinder Students’ Learning? with Dr. Nick Maes

In this episode, author and master teacher Nick Maes, who believes a classroom mostly free of technology is the most effective way to learn and Jamie Mason Cohen, winner of a TED-Huff Post Technology Award for innovation in education discuss the pro and con applications of technology in today’s classroom.

19 MIN2017 AUG 15
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17: The Attention Crisis - Does Technology Help or Hinder Students’ Learning? with Dr. Nick Maes

16: Timeless Teaching Strategies with Dr. Nick Maes

Nicholas Maes is a published fiction author, a high school history teacher and taught classics at the University of Waterloo. Some of his novels for young people are Crescent Star, Locksmith, and Transmigration. Maes' first Felix Taylor Adventure was Laughing Wolf, which was nominated for the Snow Willow Award.

28 MIN2017 AUG 8
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16: Timeless Teaching Strategies with Dr. Nick Maes

15: LIVE FROM YOUR CLASS Audiobook Excerpt (Part 2)

What’s the one trait students universally say they want in a teacher? A sense of humour. This practical and entertaining book shows teachers how they can specifically bring more humour into students’ lives because when they’re laughing, they’re learning. The author has drawn on his fascinating contacts in the world of global education, comedy, magic, music, human rights and psychology to make applicable connections that can transform not just any classroom, but also the mindset of any teacher. Humour in a class equals increased student engagement, less stress on the teacher and student, and better overall results. Jamie Mason Cohen shows that any teacher can add more light, fun and creativity in their classroom through strategies tested for years and backed by real data. Personal Benefits for the Teacher Go from feeling burned out to energized in your classes. Offers new, fresh creative approaches to your professional growth. Provides practical learner-centered lessons to give y...

62 MIN2017 APR 25
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15: LIVE FROM YOUR CLASS Audiobook Excerpt (Part 2)

14: LIVE FROM YOUR CLASS Audiobook Excerpt (Part 1)

What’s the one trait students universally say they want in a teacher? A sense of humour. This practical and entertaining book shows teachers how they can specifically bring more humour into students’ lives because when they’re laughing, they’re learning. The author has drawn on his fascinating contacts in the world of global education, comedy, magic, music, human rights and psychology to make applicable connections that can transform not just any classroom, but also the mindset of any teacher. Humour in a class equals increased student engagement, less stress on the teacher and student, and better overall results. Jamie Mason Cohen shows that any teacher can add more light, fun and creativity in their classroom through strategies tested for years and backed by real data. Personal Benefits for the Teacher Go from feeling burned out to energized in your classes. Offers new, fresh creative approaches to your professional growth. Provides practical learner-centered lessons to give y...

23 MIN2017 APR 18
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14: LIVE FROM YOUR CLASS Audiobook Excerpt (Part 1)

13: The Simple and Effective Ways to Use SOLEs (Self-Organized-Learning Environments) in Your Classroom

Create Simple Self-Organized Learning Environments (SOLES) Your Students Will Love in Just 5 Minutes Get your students asking meaningful questions about the subject that you're teaching. Improve student engagement by 50% in just one class by creating a teen-centered learning environment that reaches your most challenging students. Free e-book: INSPIRE CURIOSITY AND WONDER IN YOUR STUDENTS: The Simple and Practical High School Teacher's Guide to Create Self-Organized Learning Environments (SOLES) LINK:http://teachingstrategiesthatchangelives.com/

58 MIN2017 APR 11
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13: The Simple and Effective Ways to Use SOLEs (Self-Organized-Learning Environments) in Your Classroom

Latest Episodes

22: How to Use Humour to Deal with Classroom Management Issues

Are there creative, alternative ways to deal with challenging classroom management issues in a classroom? It turns out that incorporating humour into difficult situations with students can be effective and transform the culture of your class from tension to connection.

56 MIN2018 JUN 26
Comments
22: How to Use Humour to Deal with Classroom Management Issues

21: Defining Humour - A Contextual Interlude

The simplest definition of humour as it relates to teachers is the lighthearted, open and playful quality and context that permeates a curiosity-driven and creative learning environment. This chapter from the 'Live From Your Class' audiobook dispels the myths and misconceptions of what humour is and what it isn't. It then goes on to define humour in it's complex and surprising forms and benefits.

25 MIN2018 JUN 19
Comments
21: Defining Humour - A Contextual Interlude

20: Spotting Low Self-esteem, Self-Reliance and Bad Habits in Children’s Handwriting

Can you spot a student who stays in bad friendships or relationships too long? Can you see if a student lacks the self belief to try out for the baseball team? Is it possible to locate a quiet student’s deep inner desire to be a leader and is just waiting for the right opportunity to break out of their shell and be seen in such a role? Is there a sign that a young person is struggling with breaking a bad habit and just needs a little help in figuring how? These meaningful personality characteristics, that can be found in children’s handwriting, will be discussed in this episode. You can get the entire online course, SECRETS AND STRENGTHS IN YOUR CHILD'S HANDWRITING that this segment is a part of at www.jamiemasoncohen.com.

6 MIN2017 OCT 10
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20: Spotting Low Self-esteem, Self-Reliance and Bad Habits in Children’s Handwriting

19: Recognizing Emotions in Children’s Handwriting

How do young people respond or react to their feelings and their environment? Can you accurately assess a students’ emotional responses from their handwriting? The answer is yes. This episode is a segment from the innovative, new online course: SECRETS AND STRENGTHS IN YOUR CHILD’S HANDWRITING by Jamie Mason Cohen. By the end of this episode you will be better able to understand a child’s inner, emotional world and how it manifest itself in every day behaviour and actions. The ability to recognize different young person’s emotional responsiveness levels, as well as depth and intensity of their feelings can help you become a more sympathetic and compassionate teacher and parent. If you want to create a stronger, more fulfilling connection with your students and children, then this episode is required listening. You can get the full online course that this segment is a part of at www.jamiemasoncohen.com

14 MIN2017 OCT 3
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19: Recognizing Emotions in Children’s Handwriting

18: Goal-Setting for Creative Fathers with Dr. Nick Maes

Two working, creative fathers - Nick Maes, a published author and high school teacher and Jamie Mason Cohen, a teacher and keynote speaker, discuss strategies to create consistently while keeping a full-time job. They get right into productivity hacks and challenges fathers deal with in juggling work-life balance while pursuing their creative projects. Over the past few years, while working full-time as high school teachers, Nick has published several novels, while Jamie has published a non-fiction book and given keynotes speeches around the world, including TEDx.

17 MIN2017 SEP 5
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18: Goal-Setting for Creative Fathers with Dr. Nick Maes

17: The Attention Crisis - Does Technology Help or Hinder Students’ Learning? with Dr. Nick Maes

In this episode, author and master teacher Nick Maes, who believes a classroom mostly free of technology is the most effective way to learn and Jamie Mason Cohen, winner of a TED-Huff Post Technology Award for innovation in education discuss the pro and con applications of technology in today’s classroom.

19 MIN2017 AUG 15
Comments
17: The Attention Crisis - Does Technology Help or Hinder Students’ Learning? with Dr. Nick Maes

16: Timeless Teaching Strategies with Dr. Nick Maes

Nicholas Maes is a published fiction author, a high school history teacher and taught classics at the University of Waterloo. Some of his novels for young people are Crescent Star, Locksmith, and Transmigration. Maes' first Felix Taylor Adventure was Laughing Wolf, which was nominated for the Snow Willow Award.

28 MIN2017 AUG 8
Comments
16: Timeless Teaching Strategies with Dr. Nick Maes

15: LIVE FROM YOUR CLASS Audiobook Excerpt (Part 2)

What’s the one trait students universally say they want in a teacher? A sense of humour. This practical and entertaining book shows teachers how they can specifically bring more humour into students’ lives because when they’re laughing, they’re learning. The author has drawn on his fascinating contacts in the world of global education, comedy, magic, music, human rights and psychology to make applicable connections that can transform not just any classroom, but also the mindset of any teacher. Humour in a class equals increased student engagement, less stress on the teacher and student, and better overall results. Jamie Mason Cohen shows that any teacher can add more light, fun and creativity in their classroom through strategies tested for years and backed by real data. Personal Benefits for the Teacher Go from feeling burned out to energized in your classes. Offers new, fresh creative approaches to your professional growth. Provides practical learner-centered lessons to give y...

62 MIN2017 APR 25
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15: LIVE FROM YOUR CLASS Audiobook Excerpt (Part 2)

14: LIVE FROM YOUR CLASS Audiobook Excerpt (Part 1)

What’s the one trait students universally say they want in a teacher? A sense of humour. This practical and entertaining book shows teachers how they can specifically bring more humour into students’ lives because when they’re laughing, they’re learning. The author has drawn on his fascinating contacts in the world of global education, comedy, magic, music, human rights and psychology to make applicable connections that can transform not just any classroom, but also the mindset of any teacher. Humour in a class equals increased student engagement, less stress on the teacher and student, and better overall results. Jamie Mason Cohen shows that any teacher can add more light, fun and creativity in their classroom through strategies tested for years and backed by real data. Personal Benefits for the Teacher Go from feeling burned out to energized in your classes. Offers new, fresh creative approaches to your professional growth. Provides practical learner-centered lessons to give y...

23 MIN2017 APR 18
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14: LIVE FROM YOUR CLASS Audiobook Excerpt (Part 1)

13: The Simple and Effective Ways to Use SOLEs (Self-Organized-Learning Environments) in Your Classroom

Create Simple Self-Organized Learning Environments (SOLES) Your Students Will Love in Just 5 Minutes Get your students asking meaningful questions about the subject that you're teaching. Improve student engagement by 50% in just one class by creating a teen-centered learning environment that reaches your most challenging students. Free e-book: INSPIRE CURIOSITY AND WONDER IN YOUR STUDENTS: The Simple and Practical High School Teacher's Guide to Create Self-Organized Learning Environments (SOLES) LINK:http://teachingstrategiesthatchangelives.com/

58 MIN2017 APR 11
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13: The Simple and Effective Ways to Use SOLEs (Self-Organized-Learning Environments) in Your Classroom
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