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Read Write Think (and Listen) with Renee Podcast

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Read. Write. Think. with Renee is a podcast for teachers, because we're all teachers. We believe every child deserves a team of support. If you have a child in your life - this podcast is for you! Classroom teachers, parents, grandparents, aunts, uncles, neighbors - we'll discuss tips for raising up readers, writers, and thinkers so that every child has the chance to be the best version of themselves!

Latest Episodes

Episode 8: Your Story Matters

We are known by the stories we tell, so...are we telling them? How are we telling them? Why are we telling them? In this episode, we're joined by special guest Antonio Sacre. Antonio is a performing artist, author, and consultant to educators. He supports educators in thinking (of the many ways) how story fits into curriculum. Now more than every, our stories matter. Whether we're teaching in brick and mortar classrooms, distance learning platforms, or at home learning...telling stories helps us to connect, focus, dream, and imagine the possibilities. Thank you for joining Antonio and me as we together, think through the magic of story in our everyday lives. You matter, your voice matters, and therefore, your story matters...so tell it!

54 MINMAY 19
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Episode 8: Your Story Matters

Literacy as a Civil Right

In this episode you’ll hear the turnaround story of Florence Griffith Joyner Elementary School in Watts, CA surrounded by 5 public housing projects, 100% free and reduced lunch, 60% English Learners, 40% Standard English Learners, and a team of educators who embraced the idea of creating a community of professional practitioners. With her vision, Dr. Long led educators, students, & families, to believe that they deserve the very best that teaching has to offer - that literacy, is in fact, a civil right.

42 MINAPR 21
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Literacy as a Civil Right

Episode 6: Finding the Joy

How do we plan for instruction at home and in school that leads to true happiness and joy for all children? In this episode, my friend and colleague, Katie Cunningham reminds us that the very nature of learning brings joy to our lives! How do we make sure we're not missing out on joyful learning experiences in our everyday lives? Where's the balance in planning for strategy instruction and discovery, wonder, and play in classrooms? Check out more from Katie at her blog Start with Joy

43 MINAPR 5
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Episode 6: Finding the Joy

Decoding the College Admissions Process, Season 1: Episode #5

Brook Wolcott, college admissions counselor, decodes a bit of the college admissions financial aid puzzle. Post college debt can play a significant role - so why not think strategically from the start in an effort to minimize debt and start saving for retirement instead of paying off layers of college loans! Consider (and prioritize) the cost, fit, and prestige of an academic institution to personalize your college admissions process!

41 MINMAR 3
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Decoding the College Admissions Process, Season 1: Episode #5

Episode 4: Tiny Conversations Lead to Big Understandings

In this episode I'm joined by parent, family, and teacher coach extraordinaire, Joshua Castillo (AKA Ask the Child Whisperer). Joshua supports us to see opportunities everyday to learn from the children in our lives. She helps to silence the world around us so that we can find our inner voice, listen to it, and trust our gut instincts. Joshua encourages us by helping us have many little conversations that lead to big understandings and growth for both adults and children. Follow Joshua on Instagram Join the discussion on Facebook Surviving Children's Birthday Parties available on Amazon

20 MINFEB 21
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Episode 4: Tiny Conversations Lead to Big Understandings

Episode 3: Every Parent a Teacher

You've heard it before - kids are like sponges, soaking up what's all around them. If that's the case - you're teaching constantly. Are we being mindful, and intentional about what we are teaching? In this podcast Brook and I share a handful of ideas we've been thinking about and learning as parents...and parents who teach. How can we be fully present and attentive around the children in our lives? What would happen if we put our screens aside and played a game? Read a book? Made some playdough? How are we provoking learning in the lives of children we interact with? Let us know what works for you and the children in your lives. Let us know questions you are thinking about so we can join you in that conversation on a future episode!

21 MINFEB 7
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Episode 3: Every Parent a Teacher

Episode 2: Reading Aloud to Children

In honor of World Read Aloud Day this episode takes a closer look at a few of the nuts and bolts of the reading process and how we model them for children when we read aloud to them. In this episode we'll also talk about simple ideas to consider when organizing books in ways so that children have access to a lot of books as they explore their reading identity. Finally, we'll talk about ways to model your thinking and talk about the texts you read together with the children in your lives.

40 MINFEB 5
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Episode 2: Reading Aloud to Children

Welcome to Read.Write.Think. with Renee!

Let's start with why this all matters. In this episode I tell a bit of my story. As a kid, I loved to read. I loved to write. I hated school! I did a lot of learning - most of it on my own, very little of it in school. I knew school could be different - so I embarked on a journey to create learning experiences for children that were more of a fit for them.

6 MINJAN 27
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Welcome to Read.Write.Think. with Renee!

Announcing the Read. Write. Think. (and Listen) with Renee Podcast

We're excited to announce our brand new podcast! Join us as we support the children in our lives to be readers, writers, and thinkers - the best version of themselves! In doing so, we think we'll become the best version of ourselves, too! Read. Write. Think. with Renee is a podcast for teachers - because we're all teachers.

1 MINJAN 27
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Announcing the Read. Write. Think. (and Listen) with Renee Podcast
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Latest Episodes

Episode 8: Your Story Matters

We are known by the stories we tell, so...are we telling them? How are we telling them? Why are we telling them? In this episode, we're joined by special guest Antonio Sacre. Antonio is a performing artist, author, and consultant to educators. He supports educators in thinking (of the many ways) how story fits into curriculum. Now more than every, our stories matter. Whether we're teaching in brick and mortar classrooms, distance learning platforms, or at home learning...telling stories helps us to connect, focus, dream, and imagine the possibilities. Thank you for joining Antonio and me as we together, think through the magic of story in our everyday lives. You matter, your voice matters, and therefore, your story matters...so tell it!

54 MINMAY 19
Comments
Episode 8: Your Story Matters

Literacy as a Civil Right

In this episode you’ll hear the turnaround story of Florence Griffith Joyner Elementary School in Watts, CA surrounded by 5 public housing projects, 100% free and reduced lunch, 60% English Learners, 40% Standard English Learners, and a team of educators who embraced the idea of creating a community of professional practitioners. With her vision, Dr. Long led educators, students, & families, to believe that they deserve the very best that teaching has to offer - that literacy, is in fact, a civil right.

42 MINAPR 21
Comments
Literacy as a Civil Right

Episode 6: Finding the Joy

How do we plan for instruction at home and in school that leads to true happiness and joy for all children? In this episode, my friend and colleague, Katie Cunningham reminds us that the very nature of learning brings joy to our lives! How do we make sure we're not missing out on joyful learning experiences in our everyday lives? Where's the balance in planning for strategy instruction and discovery, wonder, and play in classrooms? Check out more from Katie at her blog Start with Joy

43 MINAPR 5
Comments
Episode 6: Finding the Joy

Decoding the College Admissions Process, Season 1: Episode #5

Brook Wolcott, college admissions counselor, decodes a bit of the college admissions financial aid puzzle. Post college debt can play a significant role - so why not think strategically from the start in an effort to minimize debt and start saving for retirement instead of paying off layers of college loans! Consider (and prioritize) the cost, fit, and prestige of an academic institution to personalize your college admissions process!

41 MINMAR 3
Comments
Decoding the College Admissions Process, Season 1: Episode #5

Episode 4: Tiny Conversations Lead to Big Understandings

In this episode I'm joined by parent, family, and teacher coach extraordinaire, Joshua Castillo (AKA Ask the Child Whisperer). Joshua supports us to see opportunities everyday to learn from the children in our lives. She helps to silence the world around us so that we can find our inner voice, listen to it, and trust our gut instincts. Joshua encourages us by helping us have many little conversations that lead to big understandings and growth for both adults and children. Follow Joshua on Instagram Join the discussion on Facebook Surviving Children's Birthday Parties available on Amazon

20 MINFEB 21
Comments
Episode 4: Tiny Conversations Lead to Big Understandings

Episode 3: Every Parent a Teacher

You've heard it before - kids are like sponges, soaking up what's all around them. If that's the case - you're teaching constantly. Are we being mindful, and intentional about what we are teaching? In this podcast Brook and I share a handful of ideas we've been thinking about and learning as parents...and parents who teach. How can we be fully present and attentive around the children in our lives? What would happen if we put our screens aside and played a game? Read a book? Made some playdough? How are we provoking learning in the lives of children we interact with? Let us know what works for you and the children in your lives. Let us know questions you are thinking about so we can join you in that conversation on a future episode!

21 MINFEB 7
Comments
Episode 3: Every Parent a Teacher

Episode 2: Reading Aloud to Children

In honor of World Read Aloud Day this episode takes a closer look at a few of the nuts and bolts of the reading process and how we model them for children when we read aloud to them. In this episode we'll also talk about simple ideas to consider when organizing books in ways so that children have access to a lot of books as they explore their reading identity. Finally, we'll talk about ways to model your thinking and talk about the texts you read together with the children in your lives.

40 MINFEB 5
Comments
Episode 2: Reading Aloud to Children

Welcome to Read.Write.Think. with Renee!

Let's start with why this all matters. In this episode I tell a bit of my story. As a kid, I loved to read. I loved to write. I hated school! I did a lot of learning - most of it on my own, very little of it in school. I knew school could be different - so I embarked on a journey to create learning experiences for children that were more of a fit for them.

6 MINJAN 27
Comments
Welcome to Read.Write.Think. with Renee!

Announcing the Read. Write. Think. (and Listen) with Renee Podcast

We're excited to announce our brand new podcast! Join us as we support the children in our lives to be readers, writers, and thinkers - the best version of themselves! In doing so, we think we'll become the best version of ourselves, too! Read. Write. Think. with Renee is a podcast for teachers - because we're all teachers.

1 MINJAN 27
Comments
Announcing the Read. Write. Think. (and Listen) with Renee Podcast
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