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For the first 100 episodes, the Life Of The School podcast was a series of episodes where Aaron Mathieu interviewed different life science teachers to discus their path to the classroom, work in the classroom, and hopes and dreams for the future. Starting in September 2020 (episode 102), LOTS became a panel discussion podcast, exploring various issues we face in our classroom.
 
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On this episode, we will be discussing the concept of Universal Design for Learning.Show Notes:- To kick off the episode, we will start with our goofy question: You will only be able to watch episodes of 1 TV show for the next year, what show do you pick?- Have you had any discussions of UDL at your school or as part of your own personal developmen…
 
On this episode, I am joined by one new panelist and one old friend to discuss IEPs, 504s and other accommodations in the classroom. Show Questions:To kick off the episode, we will start with our goofy question: You are in a rock group, what is your role in the group?Joining us from Illinois, is new panelist Amy Kelly: Lead SingerJoining us from Mi…
 
In this episode, Lee and I have an informal chat about the end of summer and the start of the school year on the two very different planets we live on (Massachusetts and Texas). We will do our best to avoid political landmines… let’s see how this goes.Show Notes:How do you feel getting the school year started? Lee: Cautiously excited. I’m ready to …
 
On this episode I chat with the authors of the book After The Mask: A Guide to Caring for Students and Schools. This recently published book discusses the pediatric mental health crisis that schools were grappling with before 2020, has been exacerbated by the COVID19 pandemic, and proposes strategies educators will want to implement in their classr…
 
Today we discuss how we remove or reduce grades from our classrooms. Joining me for this conversation is Lee Ferguson from Texas and Johanna Brown from Washington State.Show Notes:- Johanna gave a shout out to Katy Dornbos as one of the teachers who helped out on her journey to being a gradeless teacher.- Johanna put together this google doc with a…
 
Today we check back in with a past guest, Katie Ryan from Episode 85. When we last talked with Katie in December of 2019 as she was completing her student teaching in Colorado. Since our conversation, Karie became a Knowles Teaching Fellow and began her teaching career at Gresham Middle School in Knoxville, TN. Show Notes:We discussed Katie’s :Move…
 
Episode 10 of The School of Success Podcast Series is now live! An inspiring and eye-opening deep-dive into how to re-wire your sub-conscious to achieve transformative life changes from weight loss and fertility and relationships to career success and beyond.💎This interview with the accomplished founder of Anna Lancaster Therapy, Anna Lancaster tea…
 
We Introduced ourselves with the Question: What is one frivolous piece of media (book, tv, movie, music) you are looking forward to enjoying this summer?How is your professional life going to change in the upcoming school year(s)?Bold goal setting time: What is one aspect of your teaching you want to improve?What should the Life of the school podca…
 
We Introduced ourselves with the Goofy Question: If you could interview one famous person, living or dead, who would it be? Do you have any memories of what it was like to be a guest on the episode?Do you have a favorite memory or “A Ha!” moment from the past year?We play a trivia game: Name that LOTS episode! (apologies to the 50+ Guests not menti…
 
We Introduced ourselves with the Goofy: What's your current cellphone wallpaper/lockscreen?Tanea: Me at 16. Boy do I miss the 16 year old me (well the body, not the brain and confidence, etc.)Lee: It’s an old picture of the wall from our former teacher workroom. The girl who ran the copier there had decorated it with movie quotes from a bunch of di…
 
We Introduced ourselves with the Question: What was the worst job you've ever had?Lee: probably telemarketer was my least favorite. It was my first job, and I was in high school. I had to try and sell these cheesy plaques to parents that congratulated their kid for graduating high school. I did at least learn to handle rejection so maybe it wasn’t …
 
We Introduced ourselves with the Goofy Question: What is one activity that you can get completely lost in and spend hours doing without realizing it?We then Discuss the following questions:- Is “engagement” something you actively consider when lesson planning?- How do you differentiate “busy work” from engagement?- Over the past few years, some edu…
 
We Introduced ourselves with the Goofy Question: Do you have a favorite PD Icebreaker (or are all icebreakers evil...I think this is a perfectly reasonable stance)We also discuss the following questions:- How do you normally approach finding PD opportunities? - What is a typical summer like for you in terms of PD, Planning, and Personal time?- Summ…
 
Episode 9 of The School of Success Podcast Series is now live! An inspiring and eye-opening deep-dive into how to shift career during Covid and why this is an opportunity not to be missed!💎This interview with the accomplished founder of Bacchus & Brodie, Libby Brodie, teaches you:- why lockdown is a prime time for career change;- the key factors to…
 
This episode is a presentation I made with Paul Strode at the 2020 NABT Conference. You can follow Paul on twitter @pkstrode.Some useful resources from this talk include:Kohn, A. (2012). The case against grades. The Education Digest, 77(5), 8.Strode, Paul K. (2020). My Classes are Pointless. Mr. Dr. Science Teacher blog, https://mrdrscienceteacher.…
 
We Introduced ourselves with the Goofy Question: If you could live somewhere else in the world for a year, where would it be?Tanea - Shenzhen! That’s where I’m moving, but I considered Vietnam, Spain, and Rwanda too.Lee: absent the cold, I’d love to live in New York City for a year. There is something so invigorating about being in the city that I …
 
We Introduced ourselves w/ the Question: Would you rather live where it only snows or the temperature never falls below 100 degrees?Ryan: where the temp never falls below 100. I have island genes and can’t stand the cold.Lee: definitely where the temp never falls below 100 since I break out into hives when I’m exposed to cold for any length of time…
 
We Introduced ourselves using this goofy Question: What is the best anagram of your name? https://wordsmith.org/anagram/Aaron: A Humane Ratio or Tea Mania HourRyan: Can Snarl Yo… I guess that means I’m prone to angerTanea: They all sucked - I’ll say Neaat with 2 a’s (how about Blithe Arena or Lair Beneath)Lee: Generous Elf, Refuge en SolWhat is the…
 
Episode 8 of The School of Success Podcast Series is now live! An inspiring and insightful deep-dive into how to build a successful global business you're passionate about, this is not be missed!💎This interview with the accomplished founder of Beco, George Bramble, teaches you:- how to find a business idea that stands out;- the best path to entrepr…
 
Episode 7 of The School of Success Podcast Series is now live! An inspiring deep-dive into how to build your business brand from the ground up!💎This inspiring interview with the gifted Brazilian Brand Strategist + Creative Director, Marcel Bittencourt teaches you:- what branding is and its core components;- why branding is so important;- what kille…
 
We Introduced ourselves with our goofy question: You have your own late night talk show, who would you want to be your band leader?Tanea: Nyaze - my musical buddy from collegeRyan: Hands down, Tim Blais from A Capella Science. He is a musical genius.Lee: real talk, I’d want Ryan Reardon to be my bandleader.Aaron: Jazz Saxaphonist Grace KellyDefine …
 
We introduce ourselves by honoring and acknowledging the native lands where we are recording from.Aaron is broadcasting from the land of the Nipmuc NationRyan lives on lands shared by the Kickapoo and Osage tribes Tanea - Hohokam, Akimel O’odham (Upper Pima), O’odhamLee lives where oddly, no Native tribes occupied the land but where many of them pa…
 
- We Introduced ourselves (Aaron Introduces the show, then Tanea, Ryan, Lee) Order will be Aaron, Joining us from Arizona is Tanea Hibler, joining us from Missouri is Ryan Lacson, and joining us from Texas is Lee Ferguson.- What is your go to winter holiday movie (or other media, tv show, song, etc)?Tanea: I just watched Jingle Jangle and it was gr…
 
Episode 6 of The School of Success Podcast Series is now live! An open-hearted and generous insight into how to build your own business from the ground up!💎This inspiring interview with the wonderful Jamie Lesinski, founder of Prime Cap, the multi-award-winning property-related currency services teaches you:- what kind of path you should take befor…
 
Has your grading philosophy changed during a pandemic?Our Panel this week is Aaron Mathieu from Massachusetts, Joining us from Arizona is Tanea Hibler, Joining us from Missouri is Ryan Lacson, and joining us from Texas is Lee Ferguson.Opening Question: What is your favorite type of pie? Is it different for different holidays?How have you adjusted y…
 
Episode 5 of The School of Success Podcast Series is now live! A once in a lifetime personal account into the complexity of happiness and the fragility of mental health, no matter how fortunate you may be💎This inspiring interview with the wonderful Clare Milford-Haven, aristocrat, ex-Tatler journalist, polo player, mother and co-founder of @jamespl…
 
Our Panel this week is Aaron Mathieu from Massachussets, Joining us from Arizona is Tanea Hibler, Joining us from Missouri is Ryan Lacson, and joining us from Texas is Lee Ferguson.Opening Question: Does pineapple belong on pizza? We also discuss: - Has your grading philosophy changed during your career? - What’s your general grading philosophy (as…
 
In this episode, I chatted with NABT Executive Director Jaclyn Reeves-Pepin and several teachers who will be presenting at the 2020 NABT Virtual Conference. My conversations are with Jon Darkow from Seneca East High School in Attica, Ohio, Paul Strode from Fairview High School in Boulder, Colorado and Tanea Hibler from Brophy College Preparatory in…
 
Life Of The School Episode 105: How do you run a lab during a pandemic?Our Panel this week is Aaron Mathieu from Massachussets, Joining us from Arizona is Tanea Hibler, Joining us from Missouri is Ryan Lacson, and joining us from Texas is Lee Ferguson.We started by asking: Which would you rather be: a pill bug or a Wisconsin Fast Plant?We celebrate…
 
- Our panel this week is Aaron Mathieu from Massachussets, Joining us from Arizona is Tanea Hibler, Joining us from Missouri is Ryan Lacson, and joining us from Texas is Lee Ferguson.- Our silly questions of the episode is: who would win in a fight: honey badger or Plasmodium or a plasmodium slime mold?- Lee shared that her go to labs are the potat…
 
This is the second episode of the podcast as a panel of discussion with Aaron Mathieu, Lee Ferguson, Tanea Hibler, and Ryan Lacson.Show Notes:- We discussed how the office is going to change as a result of the pandemic.- Ryan pointed out the issue of rural internet access.- While not getting bogged down in a conversation about politics, we discusse…
 
Show notes:- This is the first episode of the show's new format! The podcast is now a panel of discussion with Aaron Mathieu, Lee Ferguson, Tanea Hibler, and Ryan Lacson.- Lee has recently posted a video of her classroom.- We discussed articles including: - Texas Teachers Consider Leaving The Classroom Over COVID-19 Fears, Houston Public Media - As…
 
This episode is guest hosted by Tanea Hibler from Brophy College Preparatory in Phoenix Arizona. Tanea Interviewed Aaron Mathieu, the typical host of the podcast.Aaron teaches Honors Biology and AP Biology at Acton-Boxborough Regional High School in Acton, Massachusetts. In addition to his classroom teaching, Aaron is the advisor for the BioBuilder…
 
Bryan Dewsbury is an associate professor of biological sciences at the University of Rhode Island. In addition to teaching Principles of Biology 101, Bryan is the Princple Investigator for the Science Education And Society (SEAS) Research Program. The SEAS Program examines broad questions relating to the delivery and practice of education from kind…
 
Episode 4 of The School of Success Podcast Series is now live! The perfect gift of self-love and time-out from busy weekly life 🍬💎This inspiring interview with Fertility Nurse, Egg Freezing Advocate and Founder of Eggvice @bridgetbrennanrn, teaches you everything you need to know about egg freezing, the pros, the cons, the cost (financial + emotion…
 
Lisa Sequeira is the Science Department Chair and Middle School Science Instructional Coach at Tahanto Regional Middle/High School in Boylston, MA. She has also served as a district mentor for a number of new teachers and hosted student teachers in her classroom. In addition to her leadership work, Lisa also teaches Biology and AP Biology. Lisa is …
 
Anu is a Science Teacher at St. Mary’s Academy in Portland, OR where she teaches biology and chemistry. Before moving to Oregon, Anu taught at Westborough High School in Westborough MA, teaching both biology and chemistry. At Westborough, Anu was both the school’s Science Fair Club and Science Olympiad advisor. While in Massachusetts, Anu was an ac…
 
Mark Eberhard teaches Biology and AP Biology at St. Clair High School in St. Clair, MI. Next year will be Mark’s 35th year in the classroom, and for the past 25 years Mark has been the St. Clair High Theatre Troupe’s Director of Theatre, leading the school’s theater program. Mark is also the long time advisor of the school’s Student Council. Outsid…
 
John Maddux teaches biology, ecology, and anatomy & physiology at Festus High School in Festus, MO. John began teaching science at Festus High School during the 2017-2018 school year, where he is working with his department to adapt instruction to meet the expectations of the Next Generation Science Standards. Additionally, He and two colleagues wr…
 
Episode 3 of The School of Success Podcast Series is now live! The perfect gift of self-love and time-out from busy weekly life 🍬💎This insightful interview with the inspiring Vikki Louise, Anxiety + Procrastination Coach, serial re-locator and financier turned entrepreneur, @vikkilouise___, teaches you How to Combat Anxiety + Live Your Best Life! 🍬…
 
Hannah is a biology teacher at Denver School of Science and Technology: Montview, in Denver, CO. Before joining DSST, Hannah worked for over a decade in biomedical research labs, from clinical hematology to neuropharmacology. She has also taught collegiate courses in Pharmacology and Molecular Biology. Hannah is the co-coordinator of the recently f…
 
Aubrey is a Science Teacher at Ottawa Township High School in Ottawa, IL, where she has been teaching since 2017. Since entering the classroom in 2009, she has taught a variety of science courses including 9th grade biology, astronomy, and anatomy & physiology. Aubrey has also been very involved with the online Planting Science Program. Aubrey has …
 
Cara teaches biology, zoology and marine science at North Quincy High School, in Quincy, MA. In addition to her work in the classroom, she also serves as the school adviser for the National Honor Society Chapter at NQHS. Outside of the classroom, Cara has a passion for science. In 2016, she was a PolarTREC Educator on an Antarctic expedition focuse…
 
Mike is a biology teacher at Hilton High School in Hilton, NY. Mike has been teaching at Hilton High since 1996, primarily teaching The Living Environment and AP Biology. Outside of the classroom, Mike has been a leader in a variety of teacher professional development forums. On twitter, Mike is frequently involved in many twitter chats including a…
 
Sam is a high school science teacher at Standley Lake High School in Westminster, Colorado. In addition to his work as a science teacher at Standley Lake, Sam is a co-founder of the Colorado Transgender Educators Network and co-creator of the site GenderInclusiveBiology.com. Sam also identifies as an “aspiring astronaut” and was a participant in th…
 
Christian is a science teacher at Oak House School in Barcelona, Spain. In addition to teaching secondary science and IB Biology at Oak House School, Christian also organizes the schools annual Science Fair. Chistian works with fellow faculty members leading PD on topics in psychology and pedagogy, focusing on evidence based practice. You can follo…
 
Ali is a Biology teacher at Niles West High School in Skokie, Il. Ali began working at Niles West in the fall of 2017, was then hired as a science paraprofessional at the school, and was hired as a full time teacher for the fall of 2019. This year he is teaching both biology and honors biology. Ali was also selected as a 2019 Knowles Teaching Fello…
 
Gretel is a biology teacher at Skyline High School in Sammamish, WA, Gretel has been teaching at Skyline since 2002 and where she teaches IB Biology I and IB Biology II. Throughout her career Gretel has been recognized for her excellence in teaching through many awards and distinctions. These include earning and renewing her National Board Certific…
 
Kurt is and AP Biology and Pre AP Biology teacher at Hewitt-Trussville High School in Trussville, AL. Kurt has been teaching biology and environmental science for over 20 years in both private and public schools. He has also worked with very diverse learning needs, including elementary students in a progressive private school, and rural county scho…
 
Ron Michelotti is a Science Teacher and Lesson Design Coach at Oxford Academy in Cypress, CA. Throughout his career, Ron has taught at several academic levels including Middle School, High School, and Undergraduates. Ron has also presented at district, state, and national science teaching conferences, often focussing on integrating NGSS science pra…
 
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