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The Teaching Bites Show with Fred & Sharon Jaravata

This is the “unprofessional development” you're looking for! Welcome to the Teaching Bites Show where we connect you with people and ideas so you can take your teaching to the next level. Designed for teachers who don't have the time or the resources to attend good professional development. From classroom management techniques, time saving tips and lesson plan ideas, we got them. Are you looking for innovative practices and how to use technology in the classroom? We have those too. And if we don't, we'll find someone who has the insights and experiences that you can use today. Join us and let's find out how other educators are succeeding! Remember to leave an honest rating & review, and to subscribe and share our show with other awesome teachers like you! Thank you! —Sharon & Fred
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Now displaying: February, 2015
Feb 22, 2015

Yup! We are back after a week haitus! Its so good to be back.  In this episode, we ask the question: Are teachers learners? You would assume that teachers are automatiically are learners.  But, we do share what can prevent us from learning.  This is the logical extension of our very popular TBP 006: Burnt Out on Teacher Burnout episode.

 

We share our insights on why we should be learners, the obstacles that can take away our passion on learning and finally we share our solutions on how to keep going.

 

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Feb 10, 2015

This is the Bits & Pieces episode, where we put a little bit of everything from the past week and roll it into one!


The new TV show, Fresh Off the Boat as it explores growing up as Asian Americans


Tech Timeout -  our  effort to raise awareness of digital distractions through encouraging students (and adults) to voluntarily abstain from certain devices for a 72 hour period on Feb. 12-14


Fred's school Tech Time Out participation and the TeachThought article

Dan Meyer’s Be Less Helpful. Student independence, student centered classroom. Watch Dan's TED Talk here: Math needs a makeover


Sharon's classroom shapes experiment, which was referenced to TBP 006: Burnt Out on Teacher Burnout and go w/teachable moments
; Student-centered learning


Feb 1, 2015

In this episode, Fred & Sharon share their favorite tips and some cool new ways to have a successful and efficient Parent-Teacher Conference.  

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