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Ready to become a Clinical Research Associate, and you wonder what to do next, or what prerequisites are required? Have you been applying for CRA positions with no response? Or, are you new to the CRA role, and wonder what to expect? These are some questions that Clinical Research Professional, Elizabeth Waddell, dives into on her Let's Get Clinical Podcast. In addition to her online courses and step-by-guides, each episode is designed to help YOU pursue a career in clinical research while p ...
 
Music becomes more and more a cultural heritage. Some songs seem almost as important as national monuments. Because everybody knows them, everybody can sing along but nobody knows the story behind all those songs. For that reason we have done a lot of research, found interesting bits and pieces and most of all stories behind the 100 most important songs. And be sure that after you hear every single episode of this podcast, your listening experience will be so much more intense. For all the m ...
 
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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…
 
Miss Legarda on Reflecting on a Year of Student Teaching During Hybrid and Zoom Learning. What was it like teaching learners remotely, returning to the classroom, and managing in-person and on the computer students? She reflects on 5 months teaching with Danny Hauger. Help support Danny Hauger's Music Podcast new album "Lime Light" on Bandcamp (pay…
 
In this episode, Danny talks about how to maximise your teaching classroom donations from donors choose, as well as a new idea for generating life advice and summer wisdom from your fellow teaching colleagues to impart more than just your best practised tips for self improvement and self care through the school years that can be done at the end of …
 
Help support Danny Hauger's Music Podcast new album "Lime Light" on Bandcamp (pay what you want! Support a teacher's dream!) a0304341182_16.jpg 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…
 
In this episode of Inspiring Teachers, Danny Hauger talks about how collaborating with your coworkers can make for happier classrooms. You might be able to tap your teachers to participate in the debate, discussion, or activity than in riches your school atmosphere and show students that you’re having a good time at work. It also sets up an environ…
 
Danny Hauger talks about some ideas for teaching during May and bringing new ideas in for the end of the year. He discusses the making of Mother’s Day cards, teacher appreciation week, celebrating cultural holidays, and ending the school year with ideas that might bring regular routine lessons in the fall. This episode is brought to you with suppor…
 
In this episode of Inspiring Teachers Danny gives a primer on having large topics, current events, and controversial topics, to be discussed in a classroom, along with some prerequisites, an interactive project idea, and ground rues for dialog in the classroom. Help support Danny Hauger's Music Podcast new album "Lime Light" on Bandcamp (pay what y…
 
In this live to tape addition of Inspiring Teachers, Danny walks around the house and talks about how he finds lesson connections to introduce each topic in daily life. He talks about how the benefit of connecting with students and cutting through the normalcy of the day can help more students pay attention and be attached to a lesson before it beg…
 
Be fresh at this spring time of the year in the room. I've added new scents, changed my presentation pace, added games and debates, and am designing a unit where students teach the class. Its a great way for students to get out of a rut, try something new, and hear from each other, and requires them to get a deeper understanding of the material. Tr…
 
What is Oral History?: is a field of study gathering, preserving, and interpreting the voices and memories of people, communities, and participants in past events. Oral history is the oldest type of historical inquiry, predating the written word, and one of the most modern, now using 21st-century digital technologies and social media (on SnapChat, …
 
Danny Hauger discusses finding calm in hobbies, bringing perspective to boost students, and how to use film for students who are in and out of hybrid classrooms or distance learning schedules with project based learning. Questions for our next episode or guest ideas? Write us! inspiringteachershow@gmail.com Follow us on Instagram @InspiringTeacherS…
 
Danny Hauger shares tips for segmenting classroom instruction to students at home on Zoom and in the room for hybrid learning. Danny suggests tips for managing bell work, opening class, doubling participation, and planning segments for student interaction and teamwork. Questions for our next episode or guest ideas? Write us! inspiringteachershow@gm…
 
Traci Bonde of the Struggle for Change Podcast Part Two. What has it been like teaching during the Pandemic? Questions for our next episode or guest ideas? Write us! inspiringteachershow@gmail.com Follow us on Instagram @InspiringTeacherShow Subscribe to our Podcast on iTunes https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/inspiring-teachers/id1442182731?mt=2 …
 
Traci Bonde of the Struggle for Change Podcast lays out the chronology, challenges, and pportunities of teaching during the Covid-19 Pandemic with Danny Hauger. Part 1. Questions for our next episode or guest ideas? Write us! inspiringteachershow@gmail.com Follow us on Instagram @InspiringTeacherShow Subscribe to our Podcast on iTunes https://itune…
 
In a time of online teaching, Danny Hauger is a bit of a standout. See, he likes online teaching. And before you come after him for that, give him a chance. Danny is a big believer in remaining positive, finding the good, and building an environment that kids can thrive in, no matter if that’s online or in person. With his background in broadcastin…
 
Wonderful professional development with Noa Daniel, Dr. Erik Youngman, Nicole Biscotti, Liz Savage, Tavis Beem, and Danny Hauger! Part 1 of 2, subscribe for next week's episode and tell a teacher-friend about our show! Questions for our next episode or guest ideas? Write us! inspiringteachershow@gmail.com Follow us on Instagram @InspiringTeacherSho…
 
His coaching in the arts of dialect and accents have instructed, entertained, and enlightened us all. Dr. David Alan Stern was one of my first radio guests in 2009. David Alan Stern is the best dialect coach in the United States. At LearnAccent.com, David Alan Stern offers techniques for learning accents, voice and speech improvement, reducing regi…
 
Live episode with Danny Hauger on February 6th, 2021, discussing bell work around the NFL Championship game, bringing your guitar into class, an affirmation lesson plan for Valentine's Day, and being honest in the classroom to help students feel more at home. Thanks to Rain Tree Nursery for inspiring me to start growing trees and use the metaphor o…
 
Mike Mohammad’s Twitter profile is pretty enticing for an interview about teachers and teaching. (podcast edition - https://bit.ly/2J1jAuI) Mike Mohammad Says He Hated Science so Much he Became a Science Teacher. We needed to find out why. The results of our interview experiment are in (he’s a scientist, remember?), and Mike is passionate about dev…
 
Dr. Lori Ague from San Diego Christian College talks with Danny Hauger and answers your questions about getting your Master's Degree in Education, and the value behind the program and its studies. Marissa Thompson on Creative Classroom Seating Interaction - Elementary School Community ApproachesJanuary 16, 2021 Marissa Thompson is an inspiring educ…
 
Marissa Thompson is an inspiring educator. She cares deeply for her students and shares some fascinating words of encouragement for teachers. Listen to the podcast edition here (https://bit.ly/2HdvS1b) Marisa Thompson pioneers a perspective that our limitations are only temporary, and we can be unlimited teachers. Her blog is a source of wisdom on …
 
Alicia Ray Innovates with Media in the Classroom and has evolved from teacher to leader. She is a positive force in student-centered learning. She celebrates teachers around the world and freely shares ideas to help progress the field as a whole. Encouraging leaders to try, make mistakes, and learn, Alicia inspires my own teaching and experimentati…
 
Danny and Tavis talk about their experiences for preparing for the Spring Semester as teachers. Tavis suggests unplugging completely tor really recharge, while Danny says he rests better knowing that the first two days after break are prepared adequately, and reviews lesson plans for improvement or tying in to what's happening now in the world. Whi…
 
Teachers have to deal with a lot in their day-to-day existence, and sometimes the weight from all of the different stakeholders can be a tough burden to lift. In this Lights off addition of inspiring teachers, Danny Hauger talks about how to improve teaching passion and find a new light to guide teachers back to its productivity, creativity, and cl…
 
Kenneth Farr takes pride in the classroom community he teaches. He carefully curates a welcoming environment for his students to be themselves, and feel comfortable growing and learning. Kenneth is simply one of the most passionate teachers who thoughtfully plans each student activity and relationship in his classroom. His motivation is incessant a…
 
#021 - The COVID-19 pandemic has affected so much including the clinical research industry. Have you wondered how this will affect monitoring as a Clinical Research Associate? During this episode, I will be talking with Jasmine Smith and I am so excited! She has over 6 years of clinical research experience and is a Senior CRA. Jasmine is knowledgea…
 
Chris Fallows inspires students to push for their best efforts, without the need for constant compliment and gratification, instead focusing on the interior motivation of the feeling that accomplishment produces. Chris discusses some advice for a welcoming classroom environment, caring for students, and fostering a desire for excellence and achieve…
 
#020 – If you are new to research, you may not be familiar with the types of monitoring visits that CRAs perform. In this episode I will address questions regarding monitoring visits and why each type of visit is required. Yay!! Join me for Q&A, as I share some experiences from my own CRA journey.By Elizabeth
 
You could gamify your whole class, but how about some small, achievable steps to engage students as if your class was a game show, or work in some game elements to add variety to your instruction. Danny Hauger gives five ideas and shares a tribute to Alex Trebek. Thank you for listening, liking, subscribing, and teaching! Help support Danny Hauger'…
 
Danny Hauger talks about how even in 2020, there is so much that we can be grateful for, and teach students how to be thankful in times of challenge, without being complacent, but appreciating that we do have. This is a great episode to listen to for November, as we consider Thanksgiving, and Danny suggests using it as a mindset, rather than just a…
 
#019 –Have you wondered what happened to me? LOL! So sorry for fading out, but I do have a good reason. In this episode, I will tell you where I have been and what I have been working on. I’ll give you a hint, it involves a new course 😉 Join me as I share details regarding the course, my purpose, my passion, and some experiences from my own CRA jou…
 
Tavis and Danny, live and outside! Discussing evening routines, meditation, lesson plans, and feeling comfortable each evening to rest for the next day of lesson plans and teaching! Thank you Podbean for donating bandwidth for this educational podcast! Thank you for listening, liking, subscribing, and teaching! Help support Danny Hauger's Music Pod…
 
How can you be spontaneous in the classroom? Take ideas from each moment of the day and transition them into classroom learning experience, some advice from Danny Hauger in today's live edition of Inspiring Teachers! Thank you Podbean for donating bandwidth for this educational podcast! Thank you for listening, liking, subscribing, and teaching! He…
 
In today’s episode, Todd Weinert joins us to discuss how he transitioned from working from coding in Silicon Valley, to catching flies with second graders, along with advice for first year teachers, and rat circuses. Video episode here. Todd talks about how an experience catching a fly in class influenced one of his students to a future career rese…
 
Literature teacher Joshua Cauley joins Tavis and Danny to discuss teaching with purpose, advice for teachers entering their first classroom, how to make a genuine connection with a class, and amazing tips for equity and participation in the classroom beyond picking popsicle sticks. Enjoy and share with a teacher in your life! Support our show! The …
 
Why We Teach! - Explores how Tavis and Danny began teaching, their careers prior to education, and their special experiences and memories that led them to become teachers. Tavis and Danny share a few of their favorite school memories, and how they are working to lift and empower their students for future success. Thank you for listening, liking, su…
 
Emily Ice is an inspiring teacher in the San Francisco Bay Area, on the cutting edge of Zoom meeting skills, tools, and ideas, for building classroom community with students. Emily has always placed emphasis on systems that build positive community responsibility, and caring classrooms. She shares ideas for maximizing zoom classroom meetings. She t…
 
Danny Hauger talks about the family oral history report, class compliment circle, and appreciation days in the classroom to build classroom community and a sense of general welfare care in the classroom. Thank you to fast growing Trees for the Methley Plum tree I am getting to show the growth of in my classroom this year! Whole year year of journal…
 
Everything is applicable if you make it applicable. That’s something I said at lunch today on a Zoom with friends, and it gelled with me enough to sit and discuss what it meant. We can teach lessons, or mini-lessons from the metaphors of our own experiences. Tavis talks about working in mindfulness at the end of the day. 10 minutes in, Danny talks …
 
Tavis Beem introduces his mindfulness channel, More Full Mind. Danny and Tavis talk about the importance of mindfulness, and presence in the moment, and the benefits that come with it. Also a discussion of Rolling River Nursery This episode of Inspiring Teachers is brought to you by AmpedUpLearning.com - Are you looking for new and engaging ways to…
 
Some classes may see students benefit from homework more than others. Danny Hauger switched to a 3-2-1 system in middle School and High School classrooms for Social Studies to better account for student achievement, success, time balance, and daily documentation of what was learned each day. In this video, Danny talks about how ditching daily homew…
 
In today’s episode we talk with elementary school teacher and creator of Pocketful of Primary Michelle Ferre. Michelle tops our list of favorite teachers because of her passion, honesty, leadership, and work ethic. We discuss about the importance of a work life balance and finding the right activities for you that refill your cup so you can be a be…
 
Becky Schnekser is a certified amazing science teacher, and a National Geographic-supported science professional, as well as one terrific classroom teacher who doesn’t hold her learning to the confines of the classroom walls. Becky just signed a deal with Dave Burgess Consulting to release her first book, which will be stellar, and you can follow u…
 
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