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Teaching History, Politics, and Stuff Podcast

YOU Are The Expert… What Does That Mean? with Brit Bingold Teaching History, Politics, and Stuff

What does it mean to be an expert in your classroom? I am joined by Brit Bingold, Instructional Specialist, as we discuss being an expert by tapping into what you have within you as an educator. Pssst, this is a good review of National Board Core Proposition #1!Short bio: Brit is an instructional specialist who aspires to inspire every day; she loves learning new research-based instructional strategies to share with teachers. She also is a wife, mother of two kids and two dogs, and has two chronic illnesses. As a former high school English teacher, she loves to write when she can on her blog, thebitsofbrit.com. She also enjoys binge-watching with her favorite shows being Call the Midwife, Outlander, and The West Wing. How to Avoid Teacher Burnout and the Comparison Trap- Learning Unlocked with Brit BingoldFlexible Seating Post- The Bits of BritMore from Brit @thebitsofbrit
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  2. Stress and Secondary Trauma with Becky Krumm, MSW, M. Ed
  3. Students! Harness Your Political Power To Make Change! with Trevor Malzewski
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  5. Cultivating Teacher Relationships and Curating a Positive Circle of Colleagues with Brigette Burge

Hello! I’m Liz and I love to talk about teaching! I am an educator, mentor, leader, and writer with over 18 years of experience in K-12 education. I can’t wait to connect!