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Collaborative Teaching Podcast

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Teaching English at the secondary level can often be an isolating experience for teachers, but it doesn't have to be. Collaborative Teaching Podcast's host, Jenny Guzman, is passionate about connecting with teachers and helping them grow. This podcast is focused on bringing reading and writing workshop solutions to devoted English teachers.

Latest Episodes

Ep. 9 Writing Laps Part 2 - Informative Writing

Often as teachers, we spend weeks teaching a skill, thinking we are preparing them to write an essay or story, only to then discover they never truly grasped the skills and we have to move on to the next unit. Taking laps in our writing changes this. It allows us to plan, assess and ultimately teach better. Listen to the second part of this series: Writing Laps - Informative Writing.

10 min2018 NOV 6
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Ep. 9 Writing Laps Part 2 - Informative Writing

What I've Learned from Taking Laps in Narrative Writing

Often as teachers, we spend weeks teaching a skill, thinking we are preparing them to write an essay or story, only to then discover they never truly grasped the skills and we have to move on to the next unit. Taking laps in our writing changes this. It allows us to plan, assess and ultimately teach better. Listen to this episode to learn the benefits from taking laps in narrative writing.

11 min2018 OCT 3
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What I've Learned from Taking Laps in Narrative Writing

Bringing the Joy of Book Clubs to Your Classroom

Every English teacher desires to make their students become life-long readers, students that will find joy and meaning in reading. Book clubs is one of the best ways to do that. This episode will explore why book clubs are important to any English class and how to get started with one right away.

17 min2018 SEP 19
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Bringing the Joy of Book Clubs to Your Classroom

Ep. 6 Back to School Tips

When we as teachers plan for the beginning of the year, we often don't think about back to school, until it's right upon us. In this episode, I'll discuss tips to make your Back to School Night run smoothly and get you the results you want from your parents.

11 min2018 SEP 11
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Ep. 6 Back to School Tips

Four Reasons to Write in Front of Your Students

Writing in front of our students seems intuitive and obvious, but it also seems to rarely happen. Many of us assign our students writing without actually doing the writing ourselves. This episode is going to explain exactly why you may want to reconsider this and start writing in front of your students now.

9 min2018 SEP 4
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Four Reasons to Write in Front of Your Students

Ep. 4 How to Conduct a Reading and Writing Workshop in the Traditional Classroom

Kelly Gallagher is qouted as saying, students need to go through many crappy drafts before they can get to the good ones. A reading and writing workshop approach is essential to giving students the volume and practice they need to develop as writers. This episode will outline the basics of running a reading and writing workshop.

14 min2018 AUG 28
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Ep. 4 How to Conduct a Reading and Writing Workshop in the Traditional Classroom

Ep. 3 The First Day: Starting Off on the Right Foot

In the traditional first day on a secondary school campus, students file into their first class, receive the syllabus and learn the rules and procedures. Rinse and repeat. It's time to shake this up a bit. The first day is more than a rules and procedures day; it is a day to connect and establish our classroom climate and community. Listen or read on for some different ideas to start the first day off on the right foot.

11 min2018 AUG 22
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Ep. 3 The First Day: Starting Off on the Right Foot

Ep. 2 Building Authentic Relationships With Your Students

Building rapport with your students is one of the most valuable things you can do as a teacher. Building rapport gets your students on your side and helps you have a smoother running classroom. When students feel connected to their teacher, they learn better, and helping students learn is a goal of every teacher.

17 min2018 AUG 7
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Ep. 2 Building Authentic Relationships With Your Students

Ep. 1 In the Classroom, Choice is Everything

Our goal as teachers is to help students become competent, life-long learners. The only way to acheive this is to trust our students to own their learning. This is why giving students choices in their learning is of the utmost importance. Find out how much choice, which areas are most important for providing choice, and ideas for building choice into the English classroom curriculum.

15 min2018 AUG 7
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Ep. 1 In the Classroom, Choice is Everything
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Latest Episodes

Ep. 9 Writing Laps Part 2 - Informative Writing

Often as teachers, we spend weeks teaching a skill, thinking we are preparing them to write an essay or story, only to then discover they never truly grasped the skills and we have to move on to the next unit. Taking laps in our writing changes this. It allows us to plan, assess and ultimately teach better. Listen to the second part of this series: Writing Laps - Informative Writing.

10 min2018 NOV 6
Comments
Ep. 9 Writing Laps Part 2 - Informative Writing

What I've Learned from Taking Laps in Narrative Writing

Often as teachers, we spend weeks teaching a skill, thinking we are preparing them to write an essay or story, only to then discover they never truly grasped the skills and we have to move on to the next unit. Taking laps in our writing changes this. It allows us to plan, assess and ultimately teach better. Listen to this episode to learn the benefits from taking laps in narrative writing.

11 min2018 OCT 3
Comments
What I've Learned from Taking Laps in Narrative Writing

Bringing the Joy of Book Clubs to Your Classroom

Every English teacher desires to make their students become life-long readers, students that will find joy and meaning in reading. Book clubs is one of the best ways to do that. This episode will explore why book clubs are important to any English class and how to get started with one right away.

17 min2018 SEP 19
Comments
Bringing the Joy of Book Clubs to Your Classroom

Ep. 6 Back to School Tips

When we as teachers plan for the beginning of the year, we often don't think about back to school, until it's right upon us. In this episode, I'll discuss tips to make your Back to School Night run smoothly and get you the results you want from your parents.

11 min2018 SEP 11
Comments
Ep. 6 Back to School Tips

Four Reasons to Write in Front of Your Students

Writing in front of our students seems intuitive and obvious, but it also seems to rarely happen. Many of us assign our students writing without actually doing the writing ourselves. This episode is going to explain exactly why you may want to reconsider this and start writing in front of your students now.

9 min2018 SEP 4
Comments
Four Reasons to Write in Front of Your Students

Ep. 4 How to Conduct a Reading and Writing Workshop in the Traditional Classroom

Kelly Gallagher is qouted as saying, students need to go through many crappy drafts before they can get to the good ones. A reading and writing workshop approach is essential to giving students the volume and practice they need to develop as writers. This episode will outline the basics of running a reading and writing workshop.

14 min2018 AUG 28
Comments
Ep. 4 How to Conduct a Reading and Writing Workshop in the Traditional Classroom

Ep. 3 The First Day: Starting Off on the Right Foot

In the traditional first day on a secondary school campus, students file into their first class, receive the syllabus and learn the rules and procedures. Rinse and repeat. It's time to shake this up a bit. The first day is more than a rules and procedures day; it is a day to connect and establish our classroom climate and community. Listen or read on for some different ideas to start the first day off on the right foot.

11 min2018 AUG 22
Comments
Ep. 3 The First Day: Starting Off on the Right Foot

Ep. 2 Building Authentic Relationships With Your Students

Building rapport with your students is one of the most valuable things you can do as a teacher. Building rapport gets your students on your side and helps you have a smoother running classroom. When students feel connected to their teacher, they learn better, and helping students learn is a goal of every teacher.

17 min2018 AUG 7
Comments
Ep. 2 Building Authentic Relationships With Your Students

Ep. 1 In the Classroom, Choice is Everything

Our goal as teachers is to help students become competent, life-long learners. The only way to acheive this is to trust our students to own their learning. This is why giving students choices in their learning is of the utmost importance. Find out how much choice, which areas are most important for providing choice, and ideas for building choice into the English classroom curriculum.

15 min2018 AUG 7
Comments
Ep. 1 In the Classroom, Choice is Everything
the END

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