Thank you for listening to the 10-Minute Teacher. We’ve broken the quarter of a million download mark and growing. So many amazing educators have joined the show to inspire and encourage teachers. Here are the top 10 shows for season 2 so far.
#10MT Season 2 Top 10 (So far)
- 5 Mistakes Teachers make the First Week of School (and how not to make them) with Linda Kardamis (#115)
- Thinking Routines in the Classroom with Karen Voglesang #134
- 5 Ways to Help At-Risk Children Succeed with Basil Marin #130
- Flexible Seating: Getting Rid of Cemetery Style Seating in the Classroom with Bill Selak #118
- Transform Learning this School Year with Eric Sheninger #111
- 5 Reasons Teachers Using Tech are Superheroes with Kecia Ray #135
- Hack Homework: 5 Ideas for Better Homework with Connie Hamilton #120
- LEAD like a Pirate: Make Schools Amazing for Everyone (Even Teachers) with Shelley Burgess #136
- 23 GSuite IDeas to Excite Your Students about Learning with Eric Curts #112
- Edtech and Social Emotional Learning with Dr. Michelle Zimmerman #137
To be fair, it takes about six weeks to see where a show will end up in the download rankings.
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