Amy Bultena and Danette Albino talk about their experiences teaching lower-income students at Title 1 Schools. These ladies hit on a variety of topics from the importance of actually respecting your students as people to taking time to prioritize yourself!
If you’re a soon-to-be-teacher wondering what to expect or a seasoned Vet looking for reassurance you’re not alone, this podcast is for you!
- How to teach low-income kids when their most basic needs aren’t met
- The most important thing kids need in the classroom in Title 1 schools
- Why the Public Education System doesn’t necessarily know what’s best for its students
- The skills teachers were not prepared for, to nurture students
- The key to connecting with students in the classroom and cultivating those relationships
- The benefits of treating kids as people and not just as students
- Why it’s important to prioritize yourself alongside teaching
- Alternatives to self-help and therapy for Title 1 Teachers
- The thing we lose in stressful jobs, such as teaching low-income schools, that’s important to get back
- How to address your own “privilege” in the classroom
- The importance of talking about race, in and out of the classroom
Links Mentioned in the Show:
Please note, this post includes Amazon affiliate links. As an Amazon Associate I earn from qualifying purchases.
- Open Minds to Equality
- Teaching with Poverty In Mind
- Rethinking Multicultural Education
- Teaching for a Change
- Celebrating Pluralism Six Years Later Article
- Start Where You Are
Subscribe and Review in iTunes
Have you subscribed to the podcast? I don’t want you to miss an episode and we have a lot of good topics and guests coming up! Click here to subscribe on iTunes!
If you are feeling extra kind, I would LOVE it if you left us a review on iTunes too! These reviews help others find the podcast and I truly love reading your feedback. You can click here to review and select “Write a Review” and let me know what you love best about the podcast!