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The Essence Of Teaching Podcast

Queenie Tan : Early Childhood Education Specialist

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The Essence Of Teaching Podcast

The Essence Of Teaching Podcast

Queenie Tan : Early Childhood Education Specialist

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A Podcast For Early Childhood Educators To Draw Inspiration, Tips, Ideas and Teaching Resources to help you derive satisfaction from your career and achieve your goals for your class.

Latest Episodes

EoT053 : What to Do When Children Interrupt Us During Lessons in Class

I’ll be hosting a free webinar on ‘Setting limits and ground rules in the classroom that children would (gladly) follow’ this week and you can register for it HERE. I will be sharing tips forteachers who’d like to know how tomanage a classroom better – starting with setting ground rules.So if you’re feeling:- -overwhelmed […]

9 MIN2015 NOV 17
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EoT053 : What to Do When Children Interrupt Us During Lessons in Class

EoT052 : When working with young children becomes a nightmare…..classroom management gone terribly wrong

Molly asked a question about managing inappropriate behavior in the classroom. I have shared two areas that she (or any early childhood educator for that matter) could benefit from if they spent a bit more time working on those skills. I’ve been getting quite a lot of emails and messages from early childhood educators about […]

9 MIN2015 NOV 13
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EoT052 : When working with young children becomes a nightmare…..classroom management gone terribly wrong

EoT051 : Dealing with Misbehavior in the Classroom

We have a question from an early childhood educator regarding managing children’s behavior. Jennifer wants to know how we can help children who have destructive behaviors in the classroom and I shared with her two very important things that she will need to do: Research Address underlying cause Now as simple as this sounds, it’s […]

10 MIN2015 NOV 7
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EoT051 : Dealing with Misbehavior in the Classroom

EoT050 : Classroom Management Skills 101; Getting children to wait for their turn to speak

Today’s question was sent in by a Reggio Emilia teacher named Philipa from Australia and she has asked about what to do when teachers can’t get children to wait for their turn to talk. In this podcast, I share 4 steps to implementing some ground rules into the classroom so that you can create a […]

12 MIN2015 OCT 8
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EoT050 : Classroom Management Skills 101; Getting children to wait for their turn to speak

EoT049 : Using Rap to Effectively Teach English; Jamming with Jason Levine

For this week, we have the honour of having the most talented Jason R Levine on our show where he shares abouthow he got started with his rather unconventional method of teaching English (that is super fun and effective….if I may add), how it has helped so many and how we can tap into his […]

-1 s2015 AUG 4
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EoT049 : Using Rap to Effectively Teach English; Jamming with Jason Levine

EoT048 : Thoughts about the Reggio Emilia Approach

I’m such a HUGE FAN of the Reggio Emilia Approach and have visited many Reggio Emilia inspired pre-schools in Asia with the hope of learning more about it……by the way, I do have LOADS of books about the Reggio Emilia approach and their documentations of children’s work. I love how so much emphasis is placed […]

8 MIN2015 JUL 30
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EoT048 : Thoughts about the Reggio Emilia Approach

EoT047 : Providing for Children with Special Needs; Interview with Dr Vaughn Lauer

I’m so glad to be bringing you a guest who is going to tell us a bit more about special needs education.I know that most early childhood educators are a little uncomfortable with special needs education or handling children with special needs because we all know that it’s a whole new field and expertise all […]

-1 s2015 MAR 6
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EoT047 : Providing for Children with Special Needs; Interview with Dr Vaughn Lauer

EoT046 : Key Attributes to Look For When Hiring Teachers

Q : I am a kindergarten principal and I’m wondering what to look out for when hiring a good kindergarten teacher. Do I find a teacher who is passionate or a teacher with higher qualification? A : Some key qualities:- 1) Attitude 2) Character 3) Emotional resilience Thanks for listening!

6 MIN2015 FEB 6
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EoT046 : Key Attributes to Look For When Hiring Teachers

EoT045 : Is the future looking grim for educators? Setting goals to help us get through the toughest of times

The post EoT045 : Is the future looking grim for educators? Setting goals to help us get through the toughest of times appeared first on Queenie Tan.

9 MIN2015 JAN 6
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EoT045 : Is the future looking grim for educators? Setting goals to help us get through the toughest of times

EoT044 : Creativity and How it Propels Us Forward with Mark Beaumont

Here’s an interview with a pure genius about creativity and how it is important for us all. Listen to this interview with Mark Beaumont about how we can all move forwards with creating a future of creative people……starting with us, teachers! To follow Mark, click here Or check our his Facebook page here, Here’s a […]

-1 s2014 DEC 16
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EoT044 : Creativity and How it Propels Us Forward with Mark Beaumont

Latest Episodes

EoT053 : What to Do When Children Interrupt Us During Lessons in Class

I’ll be hosting a free webinar on ‘Setting limits and ground rules in the classroom that children would (gladly) follow’ this week and you can register for it HERE. I will be sharing tips forteachers who’d like to know how tomanage a classroom better – starting with setting ground rules.So if you’re feeling:- -overwhelmed […]

9 MIN2015 NOV 17
Comments
EoT053 : What to Do When Children Interrupt Us During Lessons in Class

EoT052 : When working with young children becomes a nightmare…..classroom management gone terribly wrong

Molly asked a question about managing inappropriate behavior in the classroom. I have shared two areas that she (or any early childhood educator for that matter) could benefit from if they spent a bit more time working on those skills. I’ve been getting quite a lot of emails and messages from early childhood educators about […]

9 MIN2015 NOV 13
Comments
EoT052 : When working with young children becomes a nightmare…..classroom management gone terribly wrong

EoT051 : Dealing with Misbehavior in the Classroom

We have a question from an early childhood educator regarding managing children’s behavior. Jennifer wants to know how we can help children who have destructive behaviors in the classroom and I shared with her two very important things that she will need to do: Research Address underlying cause Now as simple as this sounds, it’s […]

10 MIN2015 NOV 7
Comments
EoT051 : Dealing with Misbehavior in the Classroom

EoT050 : Classroom Management Skills 101; Getting children to wait for their turn to speak

Today’s question was sent in by a Reggio Emilia teacher named Philipa from Australia and she has asked about what to do when teachers can’t get children to wait for their turn to talk. In this podcast, I share 4 steps to implementing some ground rules into the classroom so that you can create a […]

12 MIN2015 OCT 8
Comments
EoT050 : Classroom Management Skills 101; Getting children to wait for their turn to speak

EoT049 : Using Rap to Effectively Teach English; Jamming with Jason Levine

For this week, we have the honour of having the most talented Jason R Levine on our show where he shares abouthow he got started with his rather unconventional method of teaching English (that is super fun and effective….if I may add), how it has helped so many and how we can tap into his […]

-1 s2015 AUG 4
Comments
EoT049 : Using Rap to Effectively Teach English; Jamming with Jason Levine

EoT048 : Thoughts about the Reggio Emilia Approach

I’m such a HUGE FAN of the Reggio Emilia Approach and have visited many Reggio Emilia inspired pre-schools in Asia with the hope of learning more about it……by the way, I do have LOADS of books about the Reggio Emilia approach and their documentations of children’s work. I love how so much emphasis is placed […]

8 MIN2015 JUL 30
Comments
EoT048 : Thoughts about the Reggio Emilia Approach

EoT047 : Providing for Children with Special Needs; Interview with Dr Vaughn Lauer

I’m so glad to be bringing you a guest who is going to tell us a bit more about special needs education.I know that most early childhood educators are a little uncomfortable with special needs education or handling children with special needs because we all know that it’s a whole new field and expertise all […]

-1 s2015 MAR 6
Comments
EoT047 : Providing for Children with Special Needs; Interview with Dr Vaughn Lauer

EoT046 : Key Attributes to Look For When Hiring Teachers

Q : I am a kindergarten principal and I’m wondering what to look out for when hiring a good kindergarten teacher. Do I find a teacher who is passionate or a teacher with higher qualification? A : Some key qualities:- 1) Attitude 2) Character 3) Emotional resilience Thanks for listening!

6 MIN2015 FEB 6
Comments
EoT046 : Key Attributes to Look For When Hiring Teachers

EoT045 : Is the future looking grim for educators? Setting goals to help us get through the toughest of times

The post EoT045 : Is the future looking grim for educators? Setting goals to help us get through the toughest of times appeared first on Queenie Tan.

9 MIN2015 JAN 6
Comments
EoT045 : Is the future looking grim for educators? Setting goals to help us get through the toughest of times

EoT044 : Creativity and How it Propels Us Forward with Mark Beaumont

Here’s an interview with a pure genius about creativity and how it is important for us all. Listen to this interview with Mark Beaumont about how we can all move forwards with creating a future of creative people……starting with us, teachers! To follow Mark, click here Or check our his Facebook page here, Here’s a […]

-1 s2014 DEC 16
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EoT044 : Creativity and How it Propels Us Forward with Mark Beaumont
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