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Heinemann Podcasts feature insights and commentary from some of the most popular authors in K-12 education. Each Podcast provides practical teaching information and helpful advice about a specific topic in education. Tune in to Heinemann Podcasts to improve your teaching ability, build closer connections with your students, and better understand the changing landscape of today's educational world.
 
Host Dr. Lauren Cielo and Crystal Heinemann, the stars of Metaphysical Q & A and guest stars of Beyond Belief on Gaia.com with George Noory! Please join metaphysical experts and guests of Gaia TV's Beyond Belief, Dr. Lauren Cielo & Crystal Heinemann as they answer listeners metaphysical questions with their metaphysical expertise as well as their Clairvoyant psychic abilities! Dr. Lauren Cielo of Golden Rose Psychic Services and Crystal Heinemann of Crystal Sunshine Psychic Services are both ...
 
Get FREE Psychic Readings by Dr. Lauren Cielo and Crystal Heinemann, the stars of Metaphysical Q & A and guest stars of Beyond Belief on Gaia.com with George Noory!Please join metaphysical experts and guests of Gaia TV's Beyond Belief, Dr. Lauren Cielo & Crystal Heinemann as they answer callers metaphysical questions with their metaphysical expertise as well as their Clairvoyant psychic abilities! Dr. Lauren Cielo of Golden Rose Psychic Services and Crystal Heinemann of Crystal Sunshine Psyc ...
 
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Go on the Journey Within with AdaPia d'Errico as she explores the path of purpose, meaning and impact through radical self-awareness, strength cultivated through vulnerability, and the willingness to speak openly and honestly about life, experiences, emotions, relationships, psyche, and Soul. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/journey-within/support
 
At Fastbreyk, digital shakers and movers share their thoughts, insights and visions on everything digital. Host Armand Farsi, a digital professional himself, will meet inspirational leaders that have a lasting impact in the digital arena. Among the first guests will be e.g. - Florian Heinemann, digital marketing and eCommerce legend, first MD of Rocket Internet and Founding Partner of Project A Ventures, or - Clare Johnston, iconic executive search specialist for digital talent or - Steve Da ...
 
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This week on the podcast we’re excited to share a preview of one of Heinemann’s newest audiobooks, Between the Commas: Sentence Instruction That Builds Confident Writers (and Writing Teachers). In it, author Martin Brandt uses creative and engaging strategies to build confidence in his students' writing. In this preview of chapter 4, Martin shows t…
 
Most of us write every day, but do you remember the last time you created an imaginary world? We all love stories and, as Don Graves showed us, we all have a story to tell. But in schools, the focus is increasingly put on analytical writing. When did fiction writing fall to the side? Today on the Heinemann podcast we are rebroadcasting an episode t…
 
Today on the podcast we’re excited to share a special conversation between Marilyn Burns and Lucy Calkins about Marilyn’s new digital math interview tool, Listening to Learn. They discuss the importance of listening, a value that is central to both Marilyn’s and Lucy’s work. Marilyn Burns is one of today’s most highly respected mathematics educator…
 
Diese Folge unseres Podcasts entstand im Rahmen eines Live-Interviews zum Thema Markenaufbau bei D2C-Brands.Die AlphaPet Ventures GmbH steht für die Digitalisierung des Heimtiermarktes sowie den erfolgreichen Markenaufbau und Multi-Channel-Vertrieb von Premium-Tiernahrung durch ihre E-Commerce-Tochterunternehmen pets Premium und Hundeland sowie der…
 
Today on the podcast we’re exploring the stories we tell, and how we can create a classroom community that builds space for everyone’s story. We're joined today by Susan Harris MacKay. Susan is a national speaker, former classroom teacher and Pedagogical Director the Portland Children’s Museum and Opal School, and recently established the Center fo…
 
Today on the podcast we are joined by Bob Kim and Liz Kleinrock for a special conversation. Bob is a former civil rights attorney, and leading expert in education law and policy in the United States. He has served in the Obama administration in the U.S. Department of Education Office for Civil Rights, and has also served as a senior policy analyst …
 
Today on the podcast we’re excited to be joined again by Carla España and Luz Yadira Herrera, co-authors of En Comunidad: Lessons for Centering the Voices and Experiences of Bilingual Latinx Students. En Comunidad was published last spring during the first months of the pandemic. Today, Carla and Luz reflect on the past year since their book’s publ…
 
Have you ever been so lost in a story that the rest of the world melts away? Today on the podcast we’re joined by author Tom Newkirk. Tom says that if we want students to develop a love of books and writing, we need to bring fiction back to our writing curriculum, and not just as an extra-curricular. In his new book, Writing Unbound: How Fiction Tr…
 
Today on the podcast we’re joined by Arlène Casimir and Alex Venet as they discuss the ethos of trauma informed teaching practices. They explore the community building power of trauma informed teaching, common misunderstandings, and how to start the work with ourselves. Both Arlène and Alex are educators and authors with vast backgrounds in healing…
 
Welcome to Water for Teachers, A Heinemann podcast focused on engaging with the hearts and humanity of those who teach. One thing we know for sure is that teachers are human. They have fears. They've experienced tragedy. They struggle. They are affected by crises and pandemics. And like everyone else, they deserve to lead lives full of peace, joy, …
 
Welcome to Water for Teachers, A Heinemann podcast focused on engaging with the hearts and humanity of those who teach. One thing we know for sure is that teachers are human. They have fears. They've experienced tragedy. They struggle. They are affected by crises and pandemics. And like everyone else, they deserve to lead lives full of peace, joy, …
 
What are the benefits of writing in small groups? Can they work in all classrooms? Today on the podcast we’re speaking with Jen Serravallo about her new book Teaching Writing in Small Groups. A follow up to its predecessor Teaching Reading in Small Groups, this book reveals how just a few minutes of purposeful, responsive teaching can have a big im…
 
Welcome to Water for Teachers, A Heinemann podcast focused on engaging with the hearts and humanity of those who teach. One thing we know for sure is that teachers are human. They have fears. They've experienced tragedy. They struggle. They are affected by crises and pandemics. And like everyone else, they deserve to lead lives full of peace, joy, …
 
Just in time for tax season! This week is Money Talk for writers of all kinds, as host Gray Jones interviews Trina Rozen, CPA, founder of Writers' Room CPA. TRINA ROZEN, CPA BIOGRAPHY: Trina Rozen, CPA, has more than 15 years of executive accounting experience in the entertainment industry. She was first the manager of the accounting team at Cast a…
 
Welcome to Water for Teachers, A Heinemann podcast focused on engaging with the hearts and humanity of those who teach. One thing we know for sure is that teachers are human. They have fears. They've experienced tragedy. They struggle. They are affected by crises and pandemics. And like everyone else, they deserve to lead lives full of peace, joy, …
 
Welcome to Water for Teachers, A Heinemann podcast focused on engaging with the hearts and humanity of those who teach. One thing we know for sure is that teachers are human. They have fears. They've experienced tragedy. They struggle. They are affected by crises and pandemics. And like everyone else, they deserve to lead lives full of peace, joy, …
 
Welcome to Water for Teachers, A Heinemann podcast focused on engaging with the hearts and humanity of those who teach. One thing we know for sure is that teachers are human. They have fears. They've experienced tragedy. They struggle. They are affected by crises and pandemics. And like everyone else, they deserve to lead lives full of peace, joy, …
 
Welcome to Water for Teachers, A Heinemann podcast focused on engagement with the hearts and humanity of those who teach. One thing we know for sure is that teachers are human. They have fears. They've experienced tragedy. They struggle. They are affected by crises and pandemics. And like everyone else, they deserve to lead lives full of peace, joy…
 
The Heinemann Podcast is pleased to present Water for Teachers, a new mini-series focused on engaging with the hearts and humanity of those who teach. Water for Teachers is rooted in the knowledge that teachers are human. Teachers have fears, experience tragedy, struggle, are affected by crises and pandemics... And like everyone else, teachers dese…
 
On this special edition of the Heinemann Podcast, we're bringing together authors Jennifer Serravallo and Marilyn Burns as they explore the intersections between literacy and math in the k-5 classroom. Marilyn Burns is one of today’s most highly respected math educators. She is the creator and founder of Math Solutions®, and has dedicated her caree…
 
Educators often sacrifice personal time and energy to their students’ and school’s needs but when these sacrifices outweigh personal care, both teacher and student suffer. Today on the podcast, we’re bringing you a special preview chapter from Colleen Cruz’s new audiobook, Risk. Fail. Rise.: A Teacher’s Guide to Learning from Mistakes. In this exce…
 
This week, host Gray Jones interviews Tawnya Bhattacharya, founder of the #1 TV writing school in the USA, Script Anatomy. Please watch Tawnya's original interview from June 2013 (episode 078) to find out about her background, how she teamed up with Ali Laventhol (interviewed in episode 115), and how and why she started Script Anatomy. TAWNYA BHATT…
 
This week, host Gray Jones interviews Ali Laventhol, most recently co-executive producer on 'Ginny & Georgia' with her writing partner Tawnya Bhattacharya of Script Anatomy. Ali Laventhol Biography Ali Laventhol got her start in show business working on movies like 'National Treasure: Book of Secrets,' 'Terminator: Salvation' and 'Pirates of the Ca…
 
Schools can take steps to increase student racial diversity--but sometimes putting policies into practice is more complicated than it should be. Today on the podcast we’re bringing you a special preview chapter from Robert Kim’s new audiobook Elevating Equity and Justice: Ten U.S. Supreme Court Cases Every Teacher Should Know. Bob is a former civil…
 
Think back to your last big mistake. If you’re like most of us, “grateful” probably isn’t the first word that comes to mind. Mistakes are part of learning. How do we address our own mistakes and model our responses? How do we create a mistakes-welcoming classroom? In her new book, Risk. Fail. Rise. A Teacher’s Guide to Learning from Mistakes, autho…
 
This week, host Gray Jones interviews Cameron Johnson, TV writer on 'Empire' and 'Zoe Ever After,' who has sold several pilots. Cameron Johnson Biography Cameron Johnson grew up in the Bay Area and studied political science at USC, because if you tell your family you’re going to be a lawyer, you don’t just commit to the bit – you get a degree in it…
 
What do we do when students are reluctant to write? The most important thing to remember is that it's the conditions, not the kids. Today on the podcast we're talking about the productive struggle of writing with Kelly Boswell, author of the new book Every Kid A Writer: Strategies That Get Everyone Writing. In her book, Kelly provides a different a…
 
Are your students ready to become the engaged and informed citizens our democracy needs right now? Your classroom can be a place for them to experience what it means to live in community with others, to overcome differences, and to ask the questions. Today on the podcast we're joined by Mary Ehrenworth, Pablo Wolfe, and Marc Todd, co-authors of The…
 
This week, host Gray Jones interviews Lee Aronsohn, co-creator and showrunner of "Two and a Half Men" and EP of "The Big Bang Theory," and actor/writer/producer/director Jason Kyle, the founders of the Creators Writing Room. Lee Aronsohn Biography: Lee Aronsohn served as showrunner of "Two and a Half Men," a show which he co-created with Chuck Lorr…
 
Young children love to learn and use new words. How do we tap into this natural curiosity and excitement to support vocabulary development? Today on the podcast we're joined by Tanya Wright, author of A Teacher's Guide to Vocabulary Development Across the Day, the newest addition to The Classroom Essentials Series. We're also joined by series edito…
 
We all have the intention of using our classroom to envision a better world, but it's not always as easy as it sounds. Today on the podcast we're joined by Chris Hass, author of Social Justice Talk: Strategies for Teaching Critical Awareness. We're also joined by his colleagues and co-contributors Nozsa Tinsley and Tiffany Palmatier. Chris, Nozsa, …
 
As classroom instruction has moved online, have you found yourself struggling to adapt? If so, you're not alone. Today on the podcast, Sarah Gilmore and Katierose Deos, co-authors of Integrating Technology, joined my colleague Jaclyn Karabinas to talk about the stressful shift from in-person to online and blended instruction, and why we shouldn't g…
 
The demands on educators in this moment are more than anyone could have ever imagined. Routines for teaching and learning, with children AND with colleagues, have completely been turned upside down. The time crunches are real and the need for growing as professionals in the name of students still remains. So, where does professional development fit…
 
When you think of the logistics of shifting our teaching from in person to online, you likely have had hundreds of questions that all start with, how? Author Jennifer Serravallo has mapped out the answers to that question and many more like it. She’s taken this complicated topic and produced the new book Connecting with Students Online. Over the su…
 
This week, host Gray Jones interviews Elaine Loh, TV writer on the new "Gossip Girl" and "Dynasty," and also award-winning film writer/director and actor. Elaine Loh Biography Elaine recently wrote on the new "Gossip Girl" reboot for HBO Max and is now writing on "Dynasty" for The CW. She is humbled to be a fellow in the HBO Writers Program, as wel…
 
Welcome to The Year Ahead, a mini-series from the Heinemann Podcast, hosted by Meenoo Rami, author of Thrive: 5 Ways to (Re) Invigorate Your Teaching. Meenoo has always believed that teaching is harder if you do it alone, and teaching during a once in a lifetime pandemic is as hard as it gets, but by meeting educators around the world who are going…
 
Welcome to The Year Ahead, a mini-series from the Heinemann Podcast, hosted by Meenoo Rami, author of Thrive: 5 Ways to (Re) Invigorate Your Teaching. Meenoo has always believed that teaching is harder if you do it alone, and teaching during a once in a lifetime pandemic is as hard as it gets, but by meeting educators around the world who are going…
 
Welcome to The Year Ahead, a mini-series from the Heinemann Podcast, hosted by Meenoo Rami, author of Thrive: 5 Ways to (Re) Invigorate Your Teaching. Meenoo has always believed that teaching is harder if you do it alone, and teaching during a once in a lifetime pandemic is as hard as it gets, but by meeting educators around the world who are going…
 
Welcome to The Year Ahead, a mini-series from the Heinemann Podcast, hosted by Meenoo Rami, author of Thrive: 5 Ways to (Re) Invigorate Your Teaching. Meenoo has always believed that teaching is harder if you do it alone, and teaching during a once in a lifetime pandemic is as hard as it gets, but by meeting educators around the world who are going…
 
As we begin the new school year many educators are wondering, is there research we can lean on for the unique situation we find ourselves in? And when we look to research to inform our practice, context is crucial. Both context and research are what Not This, But That series editors Colleen Cruz and Nell Duke have been thinking a lot about. Origina…
 
This week, host Gray Jones interviews Michael Jamin, TV comedy writer and showrunner who has written on such shows as "King of the Hill," "Maron," and "Beavis and Butthead," and is currently a consulting producer on "Tacoma FD." Housekeeping Announcement: This is the 20th weekly episode since quarantine started, and I am taking a 2-week break befor…
 
How do we create a welcoming classroom environment during a pandemic? What about while teaching online, or in a blended approach? How do we stay happy and healthy through all of it? Today on the podcast we're joined again by Heinemann colleague Jaclyn Karabinas and author Berit Gordon. Her new book is The Joyful Teacher: Strategies for Becoming the…
 
This week, host Gray Jones interviews Greta Heinemann, a TV/film writer who grew up on the Bavarian/Austrian border, and overcame language and immigration barriers to break in to Hollywood. Greta Heinemann Biography: Greta Heinemann grew up at the Bavarian-Austrian border and raised herself watching an abundance of German-dubbed US TV shows by day,…
 
This week, host Gray Jones interviews Priyanka Mattoo, a writer/filmmaker and former UTA & WME agent who shares how to find a Hollywood mentor during lockdown. Priyanka Mattoo Biography: Priyanka is a writer and filmmaker in Los Angeles.She was formerly an agent at UTA and WME, as well as Jack Black’s partner at their production company, Electric D…
 
Today on the podcast we're joined by Berit Gordon, author of The Joyful Teacher: Strategies for Becoming the Teacher Every Student Deserves. In her book, Berit lays out goals and corresponding strategies for building an efficient and joyful learning environment. Today, Jaclyn and Berit discuss routines and rituals, one of the goals from The Joyful …
 
This week, host Gray Jones interviews Will Pascoe, showrunner of "Absentia." Will also wrote for such shows as "The Finder," "Orphan Black," "Da Vinci's Demons," and "Shut Eye." This episode is sponsored by Pilar Alessandra of onthepage.tv. Pilar is offering TV Writer Podcast listeners a 10% discount on any of her services. To get your 10% off, rea…
 
How can we create daily structures and routines that support writers? Today on the podcast we're joined by Heinemann author and Classroom Essentials series editor Katie Wood Ray. We're also joined by Katherine Bomer and Corinne Arens, co-authors of the newest Classroom Essentials book, A Teachers Guide to Writing Workshop Essentials: Time, Choice, …
 
This week, host Gray Jones interviews Jami O'Brien, creator & showrunner of "N0S4A2" on AMC. This episode is sponsored by Pilar Alessandra of onthepage.tv. Pilar is offering TV Writer Podcast listeners a 10% discount on any of her services. To get your 10% off, reach out to her directly and tell her Gray sent you! In this episode, Jami has great ti…
 
This week we’re excited to listen in on a preview of one of Heinemann’s newest audiobooks. In Accessible Mathematics: Ten Instructional Shifts That Raise Student Achievement, author Steven Leinwand shows how small shifts in the teaching you already do can make a big difference in student learning. Thoroughly practical and ever-aware of the limits o…
 
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