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Are you an upper elementary teacher in need of new ideas, strategies, and inspiration to provide engagement for your students? Upper Elementary Simplified is a podcast for busy teachers to listen to on the car ride to and from school, during lunch or planning, or by the pool during the summer to learn new ways to engage students in meaningful learning. Danna Rodebush from Teacher Tech Studio is a former 5th grade classroom teacher who now shares teaching resources, math lessons, and classroo ...
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Are you an elementary music teacher? Maybe you’re worn out, overwhelmed, or feel like it gets harder each year. Hi, I’m Jessica, and it’s my passion to help elementary music teachers, just like you, figure out your unique teaching style. In this podcast, I'll share helpful tips and strategies, work-home life balance tips, and mindset blocks, while helping give you the motivation you need to gain momentum in your teaching so you can continue being the music teacher rock star you already are. ...
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Realtor interviews business Allow me to introduce myself as Jacqueline Watson, a Realtor in the Toronto/GTA area. However, my expertise extends beyond real estate. I am also a Mediator specializing in Labour Relations. My passion lies in more than just selling homes; I strive to transform lives and empower individuals to achieve financial freedom through home ownership. In addition to my real estate endeavors, I am building a thriving community through my podcast, Elementary. This platform a ...
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simply elementary is a podcast devoted to elementary OS (https://elementary.io) and the entire elementary project at large. Hosted by Nathan Dyer and Dane Henson, the show features long-form interviews with developers and community members, news, reviews, tips, tricks, discussions, and more.
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Do you find yourself seeking new implementations when it comes to literacy instruction? Do you crave fresh ideas and engaging lessons to transform your students into skilled readers and writers? The Literacy Dive Podcast was created to provide educators, like you, with actionable steps and strategies to improve teaching reading and writing. Your host, Megan Polk, is the creator and owner of The Literacy Dive, a company that creates educational, literacy curriculum that aims to close the gap ...
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Bite-size Taiwanese is a podcast giving you a taste of real, everyday Taiwanese. Co-hosts Phil & Alan will guide you through the ins and outs of the Taiwanese language (Southern Min/Hokkien) with light-hearted, fun (and sometimes funny) conversations on how it’s used in Taiwan. The Elementary podcast is geared towards those who already have a background in the language and expands on useful, commonly heard phrases. Listen to our other podcasts: Bite-size | Newbie, Bite-size | Pronounce it li ...
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In this episode, we have a special guest, Starr Loutsis, who is here to discuss the transformative power of sharing your personal story with your students. Music teachers often grapple with the question of how much of their own experiences to reveal to their students. We'll explore why sharing your story is essential, what aspects of your story to …
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Guided math is a structured set of math instructional strategies that allow for targeted instruction, student engagement, and deep understanding of math concepts. Welcome to episode 29 of the Upper Elementary Simplified podcast. Today’s episode is part 1 of a 9 part guided math series all about guided math for upper elementary students. In this epi…
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I’m back, friends! I’d like to brush off my absence by taking a break for the summer to relax, travel, and enjoy the sun, but that wouldn’t be the truth. I always strive to be open and honest with you all, so that’s exactly what I’m going to do. In my comeback episode, I’m going to explain my absence, what I've learned about myself, and how my stor…
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We invite you into the captivating world of Daniel, the ingenious craftsman behind Big Ass slabs. Tune in as Daniel shares his transformative journey, from the inception of his unique business name to the creative process behind his work. This episode provides an exclusive look into his distinctive woodworking techniques, including his collaboratio…
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When it comes to music education, we often find ourselves immersed in the melodies, harmonies, and rhythms of our favorite songs. But have you ever thought about the art of asking questions in the music classroom? It's a topic rarely discussed, yet it plays a profound role in shaping the musical journey of students. Join us on a captivating explora…
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Today's episode is much different than a typical one. The topic of discussion today is all about a project that is in the works, and feedback is requested. Welcome to episode 28 of the Upper Elementary Simplified podcast. In this episode, host Danna Rodebush shares an idea and requests feedback from her listeners. EPISODE WEBSITE Connect with Danna…
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In this episode, we dive into what it truly means to be an exceptional music teacher. We'll explore five key areas that define your greatness as an educator, from lesson planning to performances, assessments, teaching methods, and your unique personality. Discover how you can confidently embrace your individuality and teaching style while making a …
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Should upper elementary students have homework? That is the question we are tackling today. Different families, and teachers, have different views about whether homework in upper elementary is appropriate or not. As with most topics, there are two sides. Welcome to episode 27 of the Upper Elementary Simplified podcast. In this episode, host Danna R…
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Get ready to unlock the secrets of real estate investing with our esteemed guest, Mathew of RCC SOL Investors. With an impressive four-decade-long journey in the industry, Matthew offers rare insights about his shift from residential and multi-family buildings to his current love - warehousing. In our conversation, Mathew takes us through the detai…
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In this episode, I'm excited to share an insightful conversation with Stephanie Nantell, a passionate advocate for music education. We explore the importance of music education, the challenges teachers and programs face, and the strategies to advocate effectively for music programs. Also, check out my latest blog post and find the key takeaways tha…
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My motto is: You don’t JUST want them to learn math. You want them to ENJOY learning math. A few months ago, I wrote a guided called 11 Ways to Make Math Meaningful and Engaging + Save Time in the Process so teachers would have a resource of tools to turn to if they are looking to create a math learning environment that involves real world experien…
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Ever wanted to create stunning floral arrangements from the comfort of your own home? Our special guest Darlene Rupke, owner of Petal Academy, will guide you on how! She reveals how her company is elevating the art of floral design, making it accessible to everyone with their convenient DIY kits shipped all over Ontario and Canada. From monthly cla…
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In this special episode of the Elementary Music Teacher Podcast, I'll be sharing a personal story of unexpected twists and turns in my teaching journey. While I was diligently preparing for a virtual teaching role, life threw me a curveball that led to an incredible adventure of self-discovery and growth. Join me as I delve into the lessons I learn…
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My motto is: You don’t JUST want them to learn math. You want them to ENJOY learning math. A few months ago, I wrote a guided called 11 Ways to Make Math Meaningful and Engaging + Save Time in the Process so teachers would have a resource of tools to turn to if they are looking to create a math learning environment that involves real world experien…
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In this episode, the topic of nurturing musicianship in the elementary classroom is explored. Dr. Houlahan, an expert in music education, discusses the importance of developing musicianship in both teachers and students. Drawing from his experience in different parts of the world, he highlights the value of integrating music theory and performance …
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My motto is: You don’t JUST want them to learn math. You want them to ENJOY learning math. A few months ago, I wrote a guided called 11 Ways to Make Math Meaningful and Engaging + Save Time in the Process so teachers would have a resource of tools to turn to if they are looking to create a math learning environment that involves real world experien…
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Get ready to be enlightened as we step into the ethereal world of Reiki with our seasoned expert guest, Veronica. As we explore the foundations of Reiki, prepare to be drawn into the profound depths of this practice; from meditation to mantras, symbols to palms, and the empowering attunements. Veronica, with 23 years of experience under her belt, w…
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In this episode, I’m delving into the crazy world of classroom management. If you’ve been following along, you know that we’ve touched on classroom management before, but today, I want to take a fresh approach. So, let’s dive in and explore how I’m rethinking classroom management as I head back into teaching. Get ready to challenge some old beliefs…
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This is a replay of Danna Rodebush's presentation from the Cheerful Math Conference from summer 2023. The presentation is all about multiplication fact fluency. If you do want to see the video presentation, you can find it HERE. EPISODE WEBSITE Connect with Danna: Teacher Tech Studio Website Upper Elementary Simplified Website Follow Teacher Tech S…
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Ever wonder about the nuts and bolts of the home inspection business and the critical role it plays in the real estate industry? Brace yourself for a fascinating journey with our special guest, Brad Boyd, owner of Twin Peaks inspection company. Brad walks us through his transition from building and renovating houses to becoming a full-time home ins…
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Ever wondered how to traverse the unpredictable terrain of the real estate market in Toronto and GTA? Brace yourself, as we dissect the realities behind the high-interest rates, fear-mongering tactics, and why the market seems to be stuck in a rut. Despite the apparent lack of inventory, we argue that with a little patience and market understanding…
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In this episode, we're thrilled to have Bill Henry back with us, and today, we're delving into the world of recorders and the art of teaching them in an engaging way. If you're ready to infuse your recorder lessons with excitement and creativity, you're in for a treat! Let's dive in as Bill shares his insights and strategies to make recorder lesson…
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Our classrooms truly are a community of students, and in order for the community to thrive, relationships must be solid and every member must be actively working to build healthy relationships. Welcome to episode 22 of the Upper Elementary Simplified podcast. In this episode, host Danna Rodebush discusses nine ideas for building classroom community…
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Today's episode is truly special as I open up about a chapter of my life that's been in the making for a while. Yes, you guessed it – I'm talking about returning to the classroom after a significant hiatus. My journey back to teaching has been a blend of excitement, challenges, and self-discovery, and I'm here to share my insights, personal experie…
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Students of all ages love stories, and reading aloud to kids is a great way to engage them in discussion about how they understand and interpret the text. Welcome to episode 21 of the Upper Elementary Simplified podcast. In this episode, host Danna Rodebush discusses back to school read aloud books and gives a list of 10 recommended books for upper…
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As we wrap up our summer series, I'm thrilled to share some valuable insights into the world of in-person professional development. While I won't cover every single opportunity out there — the list can go on and on! — I'll provide you with some useful tips and ideas to explore. Check out the episode blog post for links and tips on finding in-person…
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You knew August would come, and that summer wouldn't last forever. So here you are thinking about first week of school activities. Welcome to episode 20 of the Upper Elementary Simplified podcast. In this episode, host Danna Rodebush provides 20 first week of school activities to add to your lesson plans. EPISODE WEBSITE Connect with Danna: Teacher…
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Have you ever walked into a classroom and the teacher is sitting at a table with a small group of students and all of the other students are working independently or with small groups and everyone is on task? How can you make this happen in your classroom? Welcome to episode 19 of the Upper Elementary Simplified podcast. In this episode, host Danna…
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This week’s topic is all about online professional development opportunities for music educators. There are so many great ones out there, and while I can’t cover them all, I’m going to share some that I’ve personally been a part of, whether as an attendee or a presenter. From symposiums and summits to memberships and courses, these platforms offer …
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H is for hands on activities. How much more exciting would math class have been when you were a student if your teacher had planned all types of fun hands on math center activities, games, and projects? Welcome to episode 18 of the Upper Elementary Simplified podcast. In this episode, host Danna Rodebush finishes the 4 part series about math worksh…
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Are you using novel studies in your upper elementary classroom? Upper elementary novel studies are a great way to introduce students to literature and provide endless opportunities to teach all of your reading standards. Welcome to episode 17 of the Upper Elementary Simplified podcast. In this episode, host Danna Rodebush discusses 5 questions you …
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Welcome back to another summer series episode of the podcast! Today, we continue our exploration of inspiring music education resources, but this time focusing on social media accounts. These platforms have become valuable spaces for music educators to connect, collaborate, and discover new ideas. From Facebook groups to Instagram and LinkedIn, let…
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T is for Teacher Time, or Table Time. Believe it or not, upper elementary students LOVE to work directly with their teacher. This is a prominent aspect of their school day routine that they really do look forward to and enjoy doing. When you call a small group of students to a table or to a special spot on the carpet to work with you closely on a p…
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When students memorize a definition for a vocabulary test and never use, read, or hear the word in context, does the word really have any meaning to them? Students with a good memory will do great on a vocabulary test if it is full of matching words to definitions, but those same students will struggle to comprehend a text when these higher level v…
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There are a lot of music education websites and apps that you can use as a music teacher. Honestly, the possibilities of what you can use are growing each and every year. One of my biggest pieces of advice is to do your own research or take the ideas I share and go explore them on your own. In this episode, I’ll share some of my favorite music educ…
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A is for at your seat practice. Students need independent time during math to keep themselves accountable for learning and practicing math skills. But what should students be working on independently during the at your seat rotation? Welcome to episode 14 of the Upper Elementary Simplified podcast. In this episode, host Danna Rodebush continues wit…
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Readers benefit from using reading strategies as they work to comprehend a piece of text, whether the text is fiction or nonfiction. Picture books are a great way to teach reading comprehension strategies to your upper elementary students. Welcome to episode 13 of the Upper Elementary Simplified podcast. In this episode, host Danna Rodebush discuss…
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In this summer series episode, I'm sharing my favorite music education YouTube channels. The channels mentioned include ideas for play-along videos, teaching strategies, lesson ideas, and much more. Links mentioned include: Mario 2023 Theme video Ready Go Music Rhythm Patterns video Fun with Composers channel Ms. Wonderly Makes Music channel Music …
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M is for math fact practice. So why is math fact practice its own designated rotation in math workshop? Because it is super important for students to regularly practice and work towards mastery of their basic math facts! When students are given the opportunity to practice with math facts during their regular math time they will naturally develop fl…
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Welcome to episode 11 of the Upper Elementary Simplified Podcast and in this special Thursday episode host Danna Rodebush gives you some binge-worthy entertainment recommendations that came from her amazing audience. Enter the Summer Challenge: upperelementarysimplified.com/summerchallenge Check out the Cheerful Math Conference EPISODE WEBSITE Conn…
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⁠In this episode, we chat with Katie Jenks not just about the Curriculum Design Roadmap course but also about the real struggles that we music teachers face everyday. We dive deep into the overwhelm that comes with having too little or too many resources in our hands, not knowing where to start with building a curriculum that is cohesive and makes …
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Automaticity is defined as the ability to automatically process and recall information resulting from long-term memory commitment. Math fact fluency is the automatic recall of basic math facts without conscious effort. Welcome to episode 10 of the Upper Elementary Simplified podcast. In this episode, host Danna Rodebush discusses her thoughts aroun…
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Welcome to episode 9 of the Upper Elementary Simplified Podcast and in this special Thursday episode host Danna Rodebush gives you some teacher podcast recommendations that came from her amazing audience. Check out the Cheerful Math Conference and the rest of the Podcast recommendations! Enter the Summer Challenge: upperelementarysimplified.com/sum…
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