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Best Josianne Barnabe Teachers podcasts we could find (updated July 2020)
Best Josianne Barnabe Teachers podcasts we could find
Updated July 2020
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In this episode we’ve invited Amy Tung of the I Am Love Project onto the show. She shares about self-love, relationships and letting go of what isn’t working in our lives to make space for intentional change. Kailey and Amy discuss mindfulness, self-love, self-reflection, living with intention, surrender, and choosing again from a space of love. LI…
 
In this episode of The Balanced Educator Podcast, Carolina Smith from the LIA Project (Living in Alignment) and also a grade 1 teacher, hosts a meditation on gratitude. Carolina starts by talking about the importance of tending to our mental wellness as teachers and how it benefits our students as well. She then dives into a gratitude meditation, w…
 
How can we support our students that have a traumatic home life? In this episode, we invited Jacob Chastain to share his story. Jacob grew up in a household filled with drugs and violence. He tells us how school was his safe space. He explains what his teachers did to support him that made a lasting impact. Jacob shares how his traumatic experience…
 
Get ready to laugh until you cry! In this episode, we’ve invited Rolande Kirouac, to teach us about emotions and the healing benefits of laughter. Rolande will lift your spirits with her positive energy and get you laughing until your belly hurts. She also teaches us laughter yoga exercises that we can do every day to get a burst of feel-good emoti…
 
In this episode, we talk about common remote teaching challenges and possible solutions that you can try out to make teaching from home easier. We talk about strategies for managing emails, staying focused, connecting with our students, handling technology and managing parent expectations. In this episode, you’ll get ideas for how to make remote te…
 
In this new reality of remote teaching and learning, how do we set our students and their parents/guardians up for success? We’ve invited Jennifer Scott, mother and support teacher from Peg City Teachers onto the show! We talk about focusing on what matters most. Jennifer shares the importance of connection, intentionality and perseverance from a t…
 
Are you a credible teacher? We’ve invited Mike Huebner from The Credible Teacher onto the show to talk about the importance of teacher credibility in student learning and what we can do to be perceived as credible by our students. You’ll learn: What it means to be a credible teacher and why credibility is important. How to be more human in the clas…
 
We are loving the new research on mindfulness in school proving the benefits of this practice and its positive impact on kids! Today, we are sharing very recent studies that share data very similar to what we’ve been collecting here at Educalme. In this episode and blog post, you’ll learn first off what mindfulness is and how to get started with th…
 
Do you feel like you’re always working and yet you’re never done (and are never doing enough)? We’ve invited Angela from Angela Watson’s Truth for Teachers Podcast to share how we can gain the courage to focus on what matters most and how we can do fewer things better. Angela shares ways to make teaching more effective, efficient, and enjoyable! LI…
 
It’s been awhile since we’ve just chatted with you and let you know what we’ve been up to – That’s exactly what we’re up to this week on The Balanced Educator Podcast! We are simply updating you on what’s been going on behind the scenes, some of the changes we’re making to serve you better and some exciting things we’ve got on the go at the moment!…
 
Teaching mindfulness to your students, no matter what subject you teach, helps them to gain the skills they need to be effective learners. In this episode, Stephanie van der Linde, elementary and middle school Physical Education teacher, shares how she teaches mindfulness using the Educalme Classroom program, and how she incorporates mindfulness wi…
 
Are you thinking about starting a mindfulness practice in your classroom but you’re not sure how to fit it into your day? We’ve invited Jenelle Gagné, grade 4/5 teacher and mom of 2 onto the show to talk about how she teaches mindfulness using Educalme Classroom, what the routine looks like and how she finds the time to integrate social-emotional l…
 
If you have a regular classroom mindfulness practice using Educalme Classroom or the Educalme Classroom Free Trial, you know that this daily practice helps your students’ brains and bodies to be ready for calm and focused learning. You’ve also probably noticed that if you skip a day, your students ask for the practice and you can tell that they hav…
 
Observing and learning from other teachers is an awesome and often underused source of professional development! Learn how Sara Tham, grade 2 French Immersion Teacher has been using the Educalme Classroom social-emotional learning program to provide all students with an inclusive and caring learning community that promotes well-being, risk-taking, …
 
This week on The Balanced Educator Podcast and Blog, we’re talking about why, based on psychology and biology, social-emotional learning is the foundation of a smooth-running classroom. We talk about Maslow’s hierarchy of needs as it pertains to learning and we talk about the biology of stress and how it hinders learning from a physiological perspe…
 
Are you curious about how to teach mindfulness for social-emotional learning in primary school? In this episode, Katelyn McGuffin gives you a behind the scenes look at how she teaches mindfulness for social-emotional learning using Educalme Classroom in her French Immersion kindergarten classroom. You’ll learn everything from what her daily routine…
 
Do you want to create a calm and focused classroom atmosphere where students’ brains and bodies are ready for engaged learning? If you said yes, then we have the perfect social-emotional learning tool for you – Educalme Classroom! Educalme Classroom is a ready-to-use, bilingual (English and French) social-emotional learning program that teaches stu…
 
Happy New Year! This is a time to reflect on the past so we can dive into the future year with a fresh start. And that’s just what we’re talking about today! We are sharing the right questions to ask yourself in order to make the changes you want in your life. Specifically, Josianne shares her story of a particularly difficult and stressful school …
 
The holiday season can feel stressful and overwhelming. Connect back to the gift of the present moment with this guided mindfulness meditation practice and go into your day primed to notice all there is to appreciate when you’re present in the now. To listen to the guided mindfulness meditation, play our episode on The Balanced Educator Podcast bel…
 
When we get home, tired after a long day at work, deciding what to cook for supper can feel stressful! We’ve invited Shawna Lapointe, full-time teacher and mom of 4 from toobusylivin.com, onto The Balanced Educator Podcast & Blog to teach us all about meal planning so that we can simplify our evening routine and find joy in cooking stress-free meal…
 
Do you ever feel like your to-do list only ever gets longer instead of shorter? Do you get overwhelmed and stressed thinking of everything that’s on your to-do list? Do you struggle to get through your to-do list? If your answer was yes to any of these questions, this The Balanced Educator Blog & Podcast post is for you! Who’s in control? Your to-d…
 
How do you find time for social-emotional learning in the classroom? With so much on our plates and so many academic outcomes to cover it can feel impossible to dedicate precious time to teaching our students the skills they need to manage their emotions and behaviours independently. We know that once our students develop their self-regulation skil…
 
Stress, anxiety and teacher burnout are a reality in today’s schools. When teachers are struggling to manage their emotions, students are more likely to be dysregulated as well. We’re always talking on The Balanced Educator Podcast and Blog about the importance for us teachers to care for ourselves first, to fill our cups first so that we can be ou…
 
Applying for grants to fund school projects is a great way to ensure we’re able to support our students’ needs even if our school doesn’t have the money required for the project or resource in the budget. However, applying for grants can feel daunting. In this post, we’ll be sharing the steps for how to find a grant for your school project. Then, w…
 
Have you ever been in a situation where you are trying to help one of your students better manage a behaviour by offering them strategies, but it seems like no matter what you do, the student can’t seem to correct it? As teachers, I think we’ve all been there! That’s why we invited occupational therapist Lauren Casey on the podcast to talk to us ab…
 
Unlocking Greater Success by Developing a Growth Mindset Ryan Gottfredson, Ph.D. Each of us has two basic needs, but unfortunately, they are competing. Thus, we have a tendency to choose one or the other. Before I present these needs, I want you to take a minute to ask yourself which of the two needs you primarily focus on fulfilling: Looking Good …
 
Growth mindset is a huge topic in education today. And rightfully so. If we can teach our students to have a growth mindset, their possibilities in life are endless, they have a perspective on the world that will give them so many options in life. As big of a topic as it is, it’s not always clear how to teach our students how to adopt a growth mind…
 
I walked into my professor and mentor’s office, embarrassed by the tears streaming down my 19-year-old, exhausted cheeks. I felt bad for coming to her in such an emotional state (I was an adult, after all, I should be able to hold back my emotions), but I didn’t know what else to do. I needed advice. She offered me a seat and with kindness in her e…
 
Taking the time to develop a connection with our students isn’t easy with our never ending curriculum to teach. Yet, research shows that relationships are crucial to a child’s success. So how do we create connection and community with our students in the classroom with what feels like little time? We absolutely love doing this through morning meeti…
 
Often, the biggest hurdle in starting a classroom mindfulness practice is getting started. So how do you introduce mindfulness to your students, get them on board and explain to them why it’s important? In our experience, once teachers finally decide to implement a mindfulness practice in their classroom, they wished they would have done it much, m…
 
When we first began teaching, our Sundays looked something like this: Spend the afternoon with our planbook, grammar workbook, and current class novel spread out before us. Pencil in our daily objectives for the upcoming week, realize we need an engaging lesson for Chapter 7 of The Outsiders, go on Pinterest (we joined early – back when you needed …
 
You know when your student asks where to hand in their homework for what feels like the thousandth time? As teachers, sometimes it feels like we’re repeating ourselves over and over again. One way to reduce repetition is to instil and solidify good classroom habits in our students from the beginning of the school year. In this week’s The Balanced E…
 
Us teachers tend to have a habit of putting the needs of everyone else before our own. When we’re busy caring for others, it’s easy to run out of time and push self-care to tomorrow…and then the next day and before long it’s been weeks since you’ve clipped your toenails and now they’re getting out of control. Learning how to make self-care a realis…
 
“When we change the way we look at things, the things we look at change.” – Dr. Wayne Dyer Teaching is hard! We have so much on our plates and we’re responsible for something HUGELY important: caring for the hearts and minds of humans in development. Young souls that are newer on on this earth than us and need to make lots of mistakes so they can l…
 
In this post, we’re continuing our five part training series on how to avoid teacher burnout by creating healthy habits that last. Last week, we explained how being mindful of your thoughts can change your experience in the classroom. You can read that post here. This week, we’re teaching how to manage our emotions in the classroom. Specifically, w…
 
In this post, we’re continuing our five part training series on how to avoid teacher burnout by creating healthy habits that last. Last week, we explained how to create good habits that will last throughout the school year. This week, we’re teaching how being mindful of your thoughts can change your experience in the classroom. If you have a mindfu…
 
You know when you’re mid way through your summer break and you think to yourself “if only I could feel this relaxed all year long!”. Unfortunately, feeling calm and balanced during the school year is a struggle for most teachers. This is because our profession comes with a unique set of challenges. Jessica R. Danilewitz hit the nail on the head whe…
 
As teachers, we want to see our students succeed academically, but it can often feel like social emotional problems are getting in the way of academic learning. Have you ever experienced something like this… You have an engaging and fun lesson planned that you think your students will love and you’re so excited to teach. You created an introduction…
 
Do you want to feel calm and awesome right now? If so, scroll down and listen to this week’s The Balanced Educator Podcast episode where we guide you through a growing roots guided mindfulness practice. The most calming and grounding mindfulness meditation practice ever! Also, we’re taking a break from The Balanced Educator Podcast to relax and rec…
 
Do you ever struggle to find calm when you’re feeling stressed or anxious? We’re sharing our favourite visualizations to reduce stress and anxiety. Our brain is a powerful thing! When we think about things that worry us, when we imagine all the things we have to complete on our to-do list and when we picture the situations that stress us out, our b…
 
Do you find it difficult to stay organized with all of the moving parts of teaching? We hear you, we struggle with this too! That’s why we invited Kelly Jackson from The Simply Organized Teacher on the podcast to chat everything organization and how it can help us simplify our lives. From your desk, to planning for a sub, to doing stations, to stud…
 
Are you looking for a fun, easy to read, book to help you feel awesome? Here are our top 5 recommendations for personal development books that will shift your perspective and change your life for the better! Summer’s almost here, and we’ve got books on our minds. We love to read “feel good” personal development books that help us grow into better v…
 
We all have an inner teacher, it’s called our intuition. That part of you that just knows what’s right. Your gut instinct, your heart, your soul, that feeling of curiosity, of following your path, of being in the flow, your sixth sense, your inner knowing. Our intuition is wise, peaceful and loving. But in this busy and often chaotic life of being …
 
Do you ever struggle with sleep? We hear you! Falling asleep and staying asleep, especially during stressful seasons, is a challenge that many teachers face! We’ve experimented with many strategies to help us wake up feeling rested and the following 8 are our favourites. Give them a try and see what works best for you. Listen to a guided meditation…
 
Are you grappling between putting emphasis on your students’ social-emotional development or on academics? We’ve struggled with this a lot. Our curriculum is ginormous, there is so much to cover academically that there literally aren’t enough hours in the school year to get through it all. When we think of this, it makes us want to buckle down and …
 
Are you thinking of starting a mindfulness practice in your classroom, but you’re not sure where to start? Follow these 4 easy steps and as a result, you and your students will thrive in a calm learning atmosphere. 1. Schedule mindfulness into your timetable. It doesn’t matter when you do it, what matters is that you keep the very same routine ever…
 
Do you wonder how long it will take before students catch on to mindfulness and you see the benefits of the practice in your classroom? Well, habits take a minimum of 6 weeks before they are solidified. And that’s with adults. If you’ve started a mindfulness practice in your classroom, even though you may not be seeing immediate progress, STICK TO …
 
In today’s post, we’re sharing about two things we often get asked about: transitions in the classroom and finding calm. Transitions in the classroom are never easy. So here’s some concrete ideas to make them run more smoothly. Write down each step students have to go through in the transition on the board. Refer to it often before and after each t…
 
In this episode of The Balanced Educator Podcast we invited Rosetta Matthews back on the show to teach us how to use essential oils to improve our emotional wellbeing. Rosetta Matthews is a Certified Rehabilitation Counsellor (CCRC), Human Ecologist (B.H.Ecol.) and a Certified AromaTouch Instructor. As a Wellness Advocate (doTERRA) she has focused …
 
In this episode of The Balanced Educator Podcast, we’re interviewing Rosetta Matthews to learn what essential oils are and how to use them in our lives. Rosetta Matthews is a Certified Rehabilitation Counsellor (CCRC), Human Ecologist (B.H.Ecol.) and a Certified AromaTouch Instructor. As a Wellness Advocate (doTERRA) she has focused her career for …
 
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