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The New Teacher Podcast

The New Teacher Podcast features interviews with nationally recognized teachers, the latest authors, and researchers to inspire you in the classroom. Hear the stories of their success and failure.
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Hear the stories of successes and failures by nationally recognized teachers and become inspired.

May 28, 2017

What would be the equivalent of the Nobel Prize in Education that comes with a $1 million dollar award? The Global Teacher Prize. The ten finalists were announced by Dr. Stephen Hawking, and the grand prize winner was announced in Dubai by his holiness, Pope Francis.

Join The New Teacher Podcast host, Anthony Arno, on the 23rd episode as he talks with Michael Soskil, a 2016 finalist for the Global Teacher Prize. Michael is also athe 2017 Pennsylvania state Teacher of the Year and past recipient of the Presidential Award for Excellence in Math and Science Teaching.

Michael will talk about his teaching experience, including how he has connected online with students in over 70 different countries, including the International Space Station, and his visit to the slums of Kenya where he successfully raised funds for to purchase water filters.

What would you do with one million dollars?

Apr 28, 2017

As a preschool teacher nominated for the New Hampshire State Teacher of the Year, Ashley Preston wondered whether people would take her seriously.  Well, she is one of the few preschool teachers to ever be nominated to the position of a state Teacher of the Year, and she wants you to know that preschool teachers should not be confused with daycare.

 

The New Teacher Podcast features Anthony Arno interviewing nationally recognized teachers, the latest authors, and educational researchers.  Become inspired by hearing the stories of their success and failure.  Each episode features The FInal Minute before the bell, where guests share personal preferences during the final minute of the show.

 

The New Teacher Podcast is brought to you by You Can Do The Rubik's Cube. Since its launch in 1980, the Rubik's® Cube has twisted and turned its way into over 400 million hands worldwide and has continued to fascinate, bewilder and challenge millions of people. You Can Do The Rubik’s Cube  is a U.S. educational outreach program in 10,000+ schools  teaching youth how to solve the Rubik's Cube so they can experience the many benefits of this accomplishment.  Math, STEM and Art lessons have been designed using the Rubik's Cube to help teachers engage students with an interactive and tangible way to learn critical math concepts as well as 21st Century Skills.

 

For a limited time, New Teacher Podcast listeners can take advantage of the FREE 6 week lending library program where teachers can borrow sets of 12, 24, or 36 cubes for your classroom or after school club.  Loaner sets include an Instructional DVD, curriculum guide, over 20 related activities, sign out sheets, posters, and a certificate template.  Simply click here and use the checkout code PODCAST to receive a pre-paid return postage label.

Mar 16, 2017

What would prompt a newspaper reporter to enter the teaching profession?  Shanna Peeples is not only a Texas Teacher of the Year, but also the 2015 National Teacher of the Year.

 

Join Anthony Arno as he talks with Shanna Peeples about how one of her teachers comforted her when she moved midyear, her role in assisting one of her ostudents from Vietnam gain entry into Harvard, keeping her selection as National Teacher of the Year a secret for 6 weeks prior to the Whitehouse announcement, her walk with President Obama through the streets of DC, and stories from her travels of 300,000 air miles as National Teacher of the Year.

 

The New Teacher Podcast features Anthony Arno interviewing nationally recognized teachers, the latest authores, and educational researchers.  Become inspired by hearing the stories of their success and failure.  Each episode features The FInal Minute before the bell, where guests share personal preferences during the final minute of the show.

 

The New Teacher Podcast is brought to you by You Can Do The Rubik's Cube. Since its launch in 1980, the Rubik's® Cube has twisted and turned its way into over 400 million hands worldwide and has continued to fascinate, bewilder and challenge millions of people. You Can Do The Rubik’s Cube  is a U.S. educational outreach program in 10,000+ schools  teaching youth how to solve the Rubik's Cube so they can experience the many benefits of this accomplishment.  Math, STEM and Art lessons have been designed using the Rubik's Cube to help teachers engage students with an interactive and tangible way to learn critical math concepts as well as 21st Century Skills.

 

For a limited time, New Teacher Podcast listeners can take advantage of the  FREE 6 week lending library program where teachers can borrow sets of 12, 24, or 36 cubes for your classroom or after school club.  Loaner sets include an Instructional DVD, curriculum guide, over 20 related activities, sign out sheets, posters, and a certificate template.  Simply click here and use the checkout code PODCAST to receive a pre-paid return postage label.

Feb 19, 2017

Roger King is a high school Agri-Science teacher who talks with Anthony Arno on The New Teacher Podcast about the importance of Agri-Science as a possible career path for today's students.

 

The New Teacher Podcast features Anthony Arno interviewing nationally recognized teachers, the latest authores, and educational researchers.  Become inspired by hearing the stories of their success and failure.  Each episode features The FInal Minute before the bell, where guests share personal preferences during the final minute of the show.

 

The New Teacher Podcast is brought to you by You Can Do The Rubik's Cube. Since its launch in 1980, the Rubik's® Cube has twisted and turned its way into over 400 million hands worldwide and has continued to fascinate, bewilder and challenge millions of people. You Can Do The Rubik’s Cube  is a U.S. educational outreach program in 10,000+ schools  teaching youth how to solve the Rubik's Cube so they can experience the many benefits of this accomplishment.  Math, STEM and Art lessons have been designed using the Rubik's Cube to help teachers engage students with an interactive and tangible way to learn critical math concepts as well as 21st Century Skills.

 

For a limited time, New Teacher Podcast listeners can take advantage of the  FREE 6 week lending library program where teachers can borrow sets of 12, 24, or 36 cubes for your classroom or after school club.  Loaner sets include an Instructional DVD, curriculum guide, over 20 related activities, sign out sheets, posters, and a certificate template.  Simply click here and use the checkout code PODCAST to receive a pre-paid return postage label.

Jan 2, 2017

Sean McComb was the Maryland Teacher of the Year and would later become the National Teacher of the Year in 2014. 

 

Join Anthony Arno on The New Teacher Podcast as he talks with Sean about some of the struggles that he faced as a child and what he tries to do for every student.

 

Sean will also share the emotional story of a former student that was kicked out of her home when she became pregnant at the age of 16, what it was like being named the National Teacher of the Year the same week his son was born, and the most memorable item he has from his tenure as the National Teacher of the Year- which was written on a Post-It.

Dec 18, 2016

Matt Miller is a teacher, blogger presenter, and author of the book Ditch That Textbook.  After trying to do the traditional “teach by the textbook” for a few years, he launched into a textbook-less path where learning activities were often custom-produced for his students as well as infused with technology.

Oct 29, 2016

Pennsylvania State Teacher of the Year Anthony Grisillo certainly has a very interesting teaching background.  He began as a Gifted & Talented Teacher and now teaches Media Science.  Anthony talks about how he excites students in the library using termites and the latest technology he’s using with his students.

 

 

Sep 12, 2016

As the Washington State Teacher of the Year, Nate Bowling was also selected to host China's President Xi during his visit to the United States.

Nate Bowling is a high school Social Studies teacher who was just one of four finalists for the National Teacher of the Year title.  Nate has received much recognition throughout his career as a teacher, including receiving the prestigeious $25K Milken Award, and posting a blog titled, The Conversation I'm Tired of Not Having, which was picked up by The Washington Post and went viral with several hundred thousand views.

Jul 5, 2016

June Scobee Rogers watched in horror on the morning of January 28, 1986, as her husband and his six crew members faced catastrophic results immediately after lift-off on the Space Shuttle Challenger.  Even more disturbing, aboard the shuttle was the first teacher in space, Christa McAuliffe, and tens of thousands of children had been watching the launch in schools across the country and around world.

 

June has faced many hardships as a child, including poverty and homelessness, but today she will tell us the inspiring story of her life and her faith; her marriage to her teenage sweetheart at just 16 years old, and how she has created The Challenger Center, which has benefited over 4 million children.  She was a classroom teacher herself and even a college professor.

 

The New Teacher Podcast features Anthony Arno interviewing nationally recognized teachers, the latest authors, and educational reseacrhers.  Become inspired by hearing the stories of their success and failure.  Each episode features The FInal Minute before the bell, where guests share personal preferences during the final minute of the show.

 

The New Teacher Podcast is excited to announce a brand new sponsor. Since its launch in 1980, the Rubik's® Cube has twisted and turned its way into over 400 million hands worldwide and has continued to fascinate, bewilder and challenge millions of people. You Can Do The Rubik’s Cube  is a U.S. educational outreach program in 10,000+ schools  teaching youth how to solve the Rubik's Cube so they can experience the many benefits of this accomplishment.  Math, STEM and Art lessons have been designed using the Rubik's Cube to help teachers engage students with an interactive and tangible way to learn critical math concepts as well as 21st Century Skills.

 

For a limited time, New Teacher Podcast listeners can take advantage of the  FREE 6 week lending library program where teachers can borrow sets of 12, 24, or 36 cubes for your classroom or after school club.  Loaner sets include an Instructional DVD, curriculum guide, over 20 related activities, sign out sheets, posters, and a certificate template.  Simply click here and use the checkout code PODCAST to receive a pre-paid return postage label.

 

May 22, 2016

Sarah Loomis is part of a network of teachers around the world who teach the children of parents who are serving in the military.  She's currently a Technology teacher teaching in Kaiserlauterm, Germany.

 

The New Teacher Podcast features Anthony Arno interviewing nationally recognized teachers, the latest authors, and educational reseacrhers.  Become inspired by hearing the stories of their success and failure.  Each episode features The FInal Minute before the bell, where guests share personal preferences during the final minute of the show.

 

The New Teacher Podcast is excited to announce a brand new sponsor. Since its launch in 1980, the Rubik's® Cube has twisted and turned its way into over 400 million hands worldwide and has continued to fascinate, bewilder and challenge millions of people. You Can Do The Rubik’s Cube  is a U.S. educational outreach program in 10,000+ schools  teaching youth how to solve the Rubik's Cube so they can experience the many benefits of this accomplishment.  Math, STEM and Art lessons have been designed using the Rubik's Cube to help teachers engage students with an interactive and tangible way to learn critical math concepts as well as 21st Century Skills.

 

For a limited time, New Teacher Podcast listeners can take advantage of the  FREE 6 week lending library program where teachers can borrow sets of 12, 24, or 36 cubes for your classroom or after school club.  Loaner sets include an Instructional DVD, curriculum guide, over 20 related activities, sign out sheets, posters, and a certificate template.  Simply click here and use the checkout code PODCAST to receive a pre-paid return postage label.

 

 

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