Monday Musings: July Writing & Podcast Review

July was the last month of my summer break. I also accepted my first school administration job. The end of July was a whirlwind. I had to wrap up at my previous school and get onboarded at my new school (onboarding is still taking place in August – thank the Lord!)

Through it all, you know I was still out here writing and recording my podcast.

In case you missed it, you can check it out my thoughts below.

7/26/2019 A Final Ask: Please Acknowledge the Indianapolis Teachers Society
7/23/2019 Former Indianapolis Teachers Union President Pleads Guilty to Embezzlement
7/22/2019 Mental Health Days for Students
7/21/2019 Don’t Bring Back Desegregation Busing
7/20/2019 Transitioning to a New School as a Veteran Teacher
7/19/2019 The Benefits of Living Near Your School
7/18/2019 Preparing Your Child for Next School Year
7/14/2019 Teachers Do You Have a Plan to Avoid Burnout for the Upcoming School Year?
7/13/2019 Should Teachers also Drive the School Bus?
7/9/2019 “Not My Ariel” Sound Similar to “Not Those Schools”

I recorded the following episodes last month:

BE S2: Episode 15 – Transitioning from Teacher to Administrator

BE S2: Episode 14 – Autonomy: Give Teachers Their Independence Back

To listen on go my podcast on PodBean, click here. Be sure to follow the podcast.

To listen to on iTunes, click here. Be sure to subscribe, rate, and review.

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