The Edvocate Podcast

The Edvocate Podcast


Latest Episodes

The Edvocate Podcast, Episode 14: The Danger of Prejudging Your Students
August 12, 2019

In this episode of The Edvocate Podcast, we discuss the dangers of prejudging your students.

The Edvocate Podcast, Episode 13: How I Avoid Burning Out
July 15, 2019

In this episode, I give teachers some tips on how they can avoid burning out. I accomplish this by discussing my self-care regimen, and challenging teachers to develop their on.

The Edvocate Podcast, Episode 12: Ways That Digital Age Teachers Ensure Productivity
May 08, 2019

The life of a teacher is busy, and there never seem to be enough hours in a day. However, smart teachers offset this by working smarter and not harder. In this episode, we will discuss ways that digital age teachers ensure productivity

The Edvocate Podcast, Episode 11: Ways That Digital Age Teachers Model Digital Literacy and Leadership
February 20, 2019

In this technology-immersed world, students need to know how to navigate the digital environment safely. From discerning real news from propaganda to managing their reputation online, so much of their future is dependent on possessing digital literacy ...

The Edvocate Podcast, Episode 10: Ways That Digital Age Teachers Sharpen Their Skills
January 16, 2019

Since the advent of edtech, the educational system has changed exponentially with each passing year. To keep up, teachers must continue to hone their skills and adapt to new technologies and policies. In this episode; we will discuss ways that digital ...

The Edvocate Podcast, Episode 9: How Digital Age Teachers Can Win Over Their Colleagues
December 18, 2018

Education is a collaborative process, as it takes many stakeholders working in unison to help students succeed academically. One of the most integral parts of this collaborative team are your peers, as teachers know all so well. So,

The Edvocate Podcast, Episode 8: How Digital Age Teachers Can Win Over Students
November 19, 2018

Education is a collaborative process, as it takes many stakeholders working in unison to help students succeed academically. Students themselves are at the center of this collaborative team, as teachers know all so well. So,

The Edvocate Podcast, Episode 7: How Digital Age Teachers Can Win Over Parents
October 31, 2018

Education is a collaborative process, as it takes many stakeholders working in unison to help students succeed academically. One of the most integral parts of this collaborative team is parents, as teachers know all so well. So,

The Edvocate Podcast, Episode 6: 8 Ways That Digital Age Teachers Avoid Burning Out
October 14, 2018

Being a teacher is a tough job. So much so, many new teachers end up leaving the field within their first three years. To ensure that the next generation of students have qualified teachers, we must nip this phenomenon in the bud. In this episode,

The Edvocate Podcast, Episode 5: The Archetype of a Great Teacher
October 02, 2018

One of the questions that I am frequently asked is, what does a good teacher look like? I respond by mentioning my 10th-grade Biology teacher, Mrs. Minor, and listing the attributes that made her the archetype of a great teacher. -