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S10 Episode 3: Revisiting the Supportive Classroom with Laura Anderson and Jon Bowen

3Ps in a Pod: An Education Podcast

Release Date: 08/26/2021

S10 Episode 10: Learning and Reflecting with First-Year Teacher Katee Hurst show art S10 Episode 10: Learning and Reflecting with First-Year Teacher Katee Hurst

3Ps in a Pod: An Education Podcast

Think back on your first years in the classroom and how we can all support those newest to the profession in this episode all about the first year of teaching! 3Ps in a Pod hosts Angelia and Kathleen start off sharing about their memories from their first years of teaching before welcoming Katee Hurst to the podcast. A first-year teacher, Hurst teaches second-grade at Faith Mathew Sossamon Elementary School in Queen Creek. As Angelia and Kathleen note, Hurst is the focus of a series of Arizona K12 Center blog posts this year about her first year of teaching. You can find the first post of that...

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S10 Episode 9: Pathways to Involvement through the Million Dollar Teacher Project with Lloyd Hopkins show art S10 Episode 9: Pathways to Involvement through the Million Dollar Teacher Project with Lloyd Hopkins

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Lloyd Hopkins is all about creating pathways of involvement for supporters of teachers. In today’s episode of 3Ps in a Pod, he talks with hosts Danielle and Kathleen about his experience as a classroom aide and how he transitioned his professional focus to support and recognize the work of teachers. Hopkins is the CEO and founder of the Million Dollar Teacher Project. He began this organization in 2016 in an effort to provide teachers with more support, recognition, and compensation through cost effective, community driven, and easily accessed solutions. Hopkins shares about the variety of...

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Vince Bustamante, an author and educator who currently works for Edmonton Catholic Schools, joins hosts Angelia and Kathleen for today’s episode of 3Ps in a Pod. Bustamante wrote Great Teaching by Design: From Intention to Implementation in the Visible Learning Classroom with John Hattie, John Almarode, Douglas Fisher, and Nancy Frey.  Bustamante mentions that many resources provide great strategies to improve teaching and learning but that he wanted Great Teaching by Design to look at figuring out the best strategies. Rather than trial and error, Great Teaching by Design asks teachers...

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S10 Episode 7: LGBTQ Inclusion and Support in the Classroom with Nat Duran show art S10 Episode 7: LGBTQ Inclusion and Support in the Classroom with Nat Duran

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What does it look like for teachers to create inclusive and supportive spaces for the LGBTQ students and teachers in our communities? Join 3Ps co-hosts Donnie and Angelia in this week’s episode to hear from Nat Duran, the youth project manager for the Illinois Safe Schools Alliance. Donnie and Angelia first talk with Duran about the work of the Illinois Safe Schools Alliance and Duran’s recent work with the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, & Medicine.  Duran shares both about the importance of teachers supporting LGBTQ students and what creating safe environments for...

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The books we chose to read to students and have in our classroom hold power. In this episode, 3Ps in a Pod hosts Mary and Marlys continue their focus on literacy from last week’s episode to this conversation with JoEllen McCarthy. McCarthy is an educator whose work centers on the power of books and how to use books as co-teachers. In this episode, she shares the importance of books that represent and tell the stories of people from a variety of identities, cultures, and lived experiences. Mary, Marlys, and McCarthy share several strategies for staying alert to these books, including: , an...

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Does your English language arts teaching center your students’ voices? In today’s episode of 3Ps in a Pod, hosts Mary and Marlys talk with longtime educator Dr. Tracey T. Flores about how literacy efforts can help students feel “loved, honored, and celebrated in really important ways.” Flores is an assistant professor of language and literacy at the University of Texas at Austin where she teaches Language Arts Methods and Community Literacies in the K-5 teacher education program. Before moving to Austin, Flores worked in Phoenix-area schools including Creighton School District and...

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Longtime-education advocate Stephanie Parra joins 3Ps in a Pod hosts Danielle and Angelia to discuss the necessity of supporting Latinx students across Arizona.  Parra is the Executive Director of All In Education, an education organization committed to equity for low-income families and communities of color in Arizona. Parra reviews the education landscape for Latinx students in Arizona, especially addressing the discrepancies in representation of Latinx education leaders. She points out that while the Latinx community makes up 46% of preK-12 student population, only 16% of the teaching...

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S10 Episode 3: Revisiting the Supportive Classroom with Laura Anderson and Jon Bowen show art S10 Episode 3: Revisiting the Supportive Classroom with Laura Anderson and Jon Bowen

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Join 3Ps in a Pod hosts Danielle and Kathleen in hearing from school psychologists and married couple Laura Anderson and Jon Bowen, who also wrote the book The Supportive Classroom: Trauma-Sensitive Strategies for Fostering Resilience and Creating a Safe, Compassionate Environment for All Students. Laura Anderson focuses her work on helping adults best support students. Jon Bowen has worked in a variety of roles in education, including currently working as a social-emotional learning specialist in Paradise Valley Unified School District. In this episode, Anderson and Bowen share a variety of...

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How do you use success criteria in your classroom, and how could understanding success criteria advance your students’ learning? That’s what we’re discussing in this episode of 3Ps in a Pod with Doug Fisher and Nancy Frey, two of the authors of The Success Criteria Playbook. 3Ps in a Pod hosts Angelia and Marlys welcome Fisher and Frey back to the podcast and talk about what has changed for them personally and professionally the past two years. Fisher and Frey then talk about what led to their writing The Success Criteria Playbook, one of Corwin’s newest publications. Fisher and Frey...

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It’s a new school year and a new season of 3Ps in a Pod! We’re kicking off this 10th season of the podcast by exploring opportunities and resources available to Arizona’s newest teachers. 3Ps hosts Kathleen and Danielle first talk about some of the ways that the Arizona K12 Center supports new teachers and review the events coming up in this year’s Beginning Teacher Series. They then welcome Michelle Doherty to the conversation. Doherty taught for 25 years and now teaches at Northern Arizona University and supports new teachers as an Arizona Teachers Academy mentor. Doherty reflects...

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Join 3Ps in a Pod hosts Danielle and Kathleen in hearing from school psychologists and married couple Laura Anderson and Jon Bowen, who also wrote the book The Supportive Classroom: Trauma-Sensitive Strategies for Fostering Resilience and Creating a Safe, Compassionate Environment for All Students.

Laura Anderson focuses her work on helping adults best support students. Jon Bowen has worked in a variety of roles in education, including currently working as a social-emotional learning specialist in Paradise Valley Unified School District.

In this episode, Anderson and Bowen share a variety of strategies and reminders for how teachers can create a safe and passionate environment for learners and themselves. They especially focus on the care and compassion needed as we move forward in the midst of a pandemic and the trauma of the past year and a half.

You can receive your own free copy of The Supportive Classroom through a 3Ps in a Pod giveaway opportunity. Email [email protected] with an insight or point of reflection from this episode for a chance to receive a free copy of The Supportive Classroom. The first five people to respond will receive a copy of the book.

Learn more about the Arizona K12 Center at azk12.org.