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Danny walks through his creation of a game show to play in class, in the style of Family Feud, where the top 5 answers, facts, surveys, and opinions are listed for rows of students to guess at a time. A game in the style of Family Feud, where answers reveal themselves one slide at a time. A mix of trivia, facts, and opinion questions for African-Am…
 
In this edition of inspiring teacher's, Danny hoggart talks about being grateful. He discusses ways to teach gratefulness and thankfulness including a gratitude journal that can carry on for a week, and how we can all appreciate how much good there is taking place around us when we pay the mindfulness to be attentive to it. Please share with the te…
 
In episode 165, Danny discusses one of his favorite projects, the Road to the White House Presidential Election simulation! Here is my AmpedUpLearning resource for holding a classroom election simulation! This episode of Inspiring Teachers is brought to you by AmpedUpLearning.com - Are you looking for new and engaging ways to get your students up a…
 
In this episode, Danny Hauger discusses how to make review podcast episodes for students, absences, 504, and SST plans, to help everyone better review and prepare for tests in class. Examples in the Hauger History Podcast. This episode of Inspiring Teachers is brought to you by AmpedUpLearning.com - Are you looking for new and engaging ways to get …
 
Playing password is fun in class, teaches vocab, collaboration, and inspires thoughtful communication! Try it with this advice from Danny Hauger! Thanks to Podbean for sponsoring this episode, and our friends at Ampeduplearning.com Inspiring Teachers https://feed.podbean.com/inspiringteachers/feed.xml 161 Danny Haugers Book A Broadcasters Secrets t…
 
In this episode Danny talks about growing flowers in the classroom for creative prize giveaways and keeping in touch with parents and grading to make sure it doesn't become more than manageable at the end of a quarter in school. Thanks to Podbean for sponsoring this episode, and our friends at Ampeduplearning.com Inspiring Teachers https://feed.pod…
 
My Book, a Broadcaster's Secrets to Teaching is now available as a paperback! I haven't seen these in stock for quite a while, and they are on a big sale, so go for it, for a teacher you know or love, or for yourself! I talk about my favorite aspect of writing and making this book available with tips from my experience in broadcasting! (#ad this is…
 
For Inspiring Teachers 160, a student, Raquel, joins Mr. Hauger to reflect on learning and being a student during a pandemic, what makes a great teacher, and how teachers can better connect with students. This episode of Inspiring Teachers is brought to you by AmpedUpLearning.com - Are you looking for new and engaging ways to get your students up a…
 
Today on Inspiring Teachers, Matthew Petures and Joshua Cauley talk about how students are like jelly beans in a jar, and how each variety has unique characteristics. We discussed the pros and cons of unifying lessons with departments and teachers, grading, and cell phone importance. Plus, we play, TOPIC JAR! Enjoy! This episode of Inspiring Teache…
 
Danny breaks down a new idea for school spirit, togetherness, and collaboration, how making posters with students fosters school spirit. Also a conversation with returning guest Robert Ward. This episode of Inspiring Teachers is brought to you by AmpedUpLearning.com - Are you looking for new and engaging ways to get your students up and moving in t…
 
Danny discusses a 15-minute approach to discussing September 11th, 2001, in your classrooms. Then Danny offers advice for daily current event summaries, in depth appreciation, and circular lesson planning. This episode of Inspiring Teachers is brought to you by AmpedUpLearning.com - Are you looking for new and engaging ways to get your students up …
 
Kristina Allison (@KShevy on Twitter) and Danny Hauger discuss what it means to be a lifelong learner, how to get better writing out of students through practice, and the understanding of its real-world importance. We also discuss how gratitude motivates teachers, the stories we tell to engage students, and how ketchup makes our day. There’s so muc…
 
Michele Hill is a teacher, blogger, speaker, and passionate presenter. At spiritededucator.blogspot.com. Michele discusses the benefits of a strong network, elevating the profession of teaching, and how to connect people to better teaching practices. Finding balance is a lifelong journey, and Michelle does it honestly and shares in a compelling and…
 
In over 25 years of education, Danny Steele has nearly done it all. Currently servicing as Principal in Alabama, Danny takes pride in his staff and his interactions with his students. He takes his role as administrator as a leader by example for his school, staff, and students. Recently, Danny came up with the idea of intentionally making connectio…
 
Jonathan Spike is pushing teaching to the next level with gaming, technology, and problem solving. Follow Jonathan on Twitter https://twitter.com/Mr_JSpike and keep track of his updates and resource suggestions. From UW Whitewater, Jonathan creates problems to solve, and discusses the importance of educational content and skill building in games. H…
 
Grant Beyer and Chris Bonnie are High School teachers that open doors early and close them late, and believe in being honest and genuine with their students to make inspiring connections. Danny joins this dynamic duo to discuss their commitment towards building lasting relationships that encourage student confidence, development as individuals, and…
 
Karen Vigna - Karen is a High School English teacher who is graduating from Saint Mary’s with a focus on communication. She emphasizes the importance for teachers to communicate with other teachers to combat isolation. Recorded live at the 2019 Action research Conference at St. Mary’s College. This episode of Inspiring Teachers is brought to you by…
 
Best in the World is a title that few people rightly own, and Lily Hevesh deserves it. Lily’s website, Hevesh5.com is a fantastic place to link to her projects. Lily and her work setting up the finest domino collisions in the world embody the word patience. Her dedication and persistence, and the magic of her videos, have been viewed by hundreds of…
 
On this episode: how to have students shape your class syllabus by ranking the information they find most important, and how to step up and teach a new class for the first time. This episode of Inspiring Teachers is brought to you by AmpedUpLearning.com - Are you looking for new and engaging ways to get your students up and moving in the classroom?…
 
How you can build classroom policies that work with your students! By Danny Hauger This episode of Inspiring Teachers is brought to you by AmpedUpLearning.com - Are you looking for new and engaging ways to get your students up and moving in the classroom? Get out of the Sit and Get rut of teaching by checking out AmpedUpLearning.com, a 2 teacher ow…
 
In this addition of inspiring teachers I talk about summer planning, getting the 1st day of school setup with your classroom community, and keeping a daily journal of history to document the events and learnings of each school meeting. This episode of Inspiring Teachers is brought to you by AmpedUpLearning.com - Are you looking for new and engaging…
 
On today’s episode of Inspiring Teachers, I share an interview for my World History students with Annalise Bourgeois, Supporter Experience Senior Manager - Charity Water. Annalise and I discuss the importance of making an impact on the world, how 12.7 million people are getting access to clean water, at the time of recording, and Charity Water’s fo…
 
Teachers need to refresh, prepare, decompress, and also think about day 1, to fully enjoy and enhance their summers. Recorded by Danny Hauger. 144 Inspiring Teachers Having a Scavenger Hunt Around the Walls of Your Classroom 6-12-21June 12, 2021 You can edit this document to change some questions pertaining to your classroom's posters, rules, stude…
 
You can edit this document to change some questions pertaining to your classroom's posters, rules, student work - anything on your walls! Let students explore your room the first day of the year, and experience why you have the things posted around your room, and what you want them to learn and understand about their learning environment! Two pages…
 
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