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EDURecharge: Inspiration for educators to and from school.

This podcast offers uplifting dialogue to inspire and recharge classroom teachers. The practical strategies we discuss will help teachers create safe, positive and student led classrooms.

The inspiration for EDURecharge stems from a passion for helping new and veteran teachers be the best versions of themselves.

Stay connected on Twitter and Facebook @EDURechargeNews for announcements and podcast content including classroom resources and photos.

May 21, 2018

It saddens me that two more school shootings happened before I could publish this podcast about recent gun violence in schools.

Here are our thoughts on teaching to "gun violence kids"--students who have lived with the threat of gun violence since they started school. If you teach middle school or high school, most of...


Feb 15, 2018

Megan Gross--California Teacher of the Year and Final Four National Teacher of the Year--joins us again to discuss social justice for our SPED and EL students. Inclusion for these kids is imperative. We must be deliberate with our planning and respond with urgency.


Jan 30, 2018

We are honored to have Megan Gross--the 2017 California Teacher of the Year and National Final Four Teacher of the Year--join us to talk about creating inclusive culture in a classroom and in a school. You will be inspired and recharged by the stories of acceptance and compassion. 


Jan 17, 2018

Life is about setting goals. You set a goal and reach it. Then, you set a new goal. We need a vision, however, to know what goals we need to set. Once we have a vision for what we want, we can focus on getting there. Students need to learn this, too. Start with a vision. Use the vision to set up a series of goals....


Dec 21, 2017

Episode 11 is a great way to finish the 2017 school year. We are tired. We are ready for break. Sit back and recharge as we explain how you and your work make a difference in students' lives. The results might not be visible this year but trust that what you do has a lasting, positive impact on the students you teach.