A Roundtable Discussion on Why Teachers Are Leaving

A Roundtable Discussion on Why Teachers Are Leaving

As a school leader, it can be challenging to stay up-to-date with the latest trends and developments in education. Fortunately, podcasts have become a popular medium for educators to share their insights and expertise on a variety of topics related to education. Here are the top four podcasts every school leader should listen to:

  1. Class Disruptive Podcast hosted by Michael B. Horn

The coronavirus pandemic disrupted education across the United States and changed our assumptions about what it means to go to school. When kids return to the classroom, things won’t be the same. Class Disruptive, hosted by Michael B. Horn, answers questions from parents and talks with educators and leading thinkers about how we can approach teaching and learning differently to better meet the needs of all students.

  1. Those Who Can't Teach hosted by Charles Fournier

Those Who Can't Teach is a 7-part podcast series exploring why teachers are leaving education and what can be done to stop the exodus. Hosted by Charles Fournier, the podcast delves into the reasons behind teacher burnout and how schools can better support their teachers.

  1. The Transformative Principal hosted by Jethro Jones

The Transformative Principal is hosted by Jethro Jones and focuses on how school principals can transform their schools to create an amazing experience for every student. Jones interviews principals and educational leaders who are making a real difference in the lives of their students. The podcast helps principals find the actions they need to take to transform their schools.

  1. The Better Learning Podcast hosted by Kevin Stoller

The Better Learning Podcast is focused on ways to improve education for children, as they are the future of our society. The podcast brings on guests who discuss different ways to improve education, and is hosted by Kevin Stoller, CEO of Kay-Twelve and author of Creating Better Learning Environments. The podcast is also associated with organizations such as the Education Leaders’ Organization (ELO) and the Second Class Foundation, which are focused on improving education.

In conclusion, podcasts can be an excellent way for school leaders to stay informed about the latest trends and developments in education. The podcasts listed above are just a few examples of the many great resources available to educators. By regularly listening to these podcasts, school leaders can stay informed and inspired to make a difference in the lives of their students.

Round Table Discussion: Why Teachers Are Leaving

Join the live roundtable discussion about why teachers are leaving the profession on March 7th, 2023 at 2:30pm MS. We'll be recording the session to release on several podcast feeds including:

Charles Fournier: Podcast Host, Those Who Can't Teach Anymore
Michael B. Horn: Podcast Host, Class Disrupted
Jethro Jones: Podcast Host, Transformative Principal
Kevin Stoller: Podcast Host, The Better Learning Podcast

Come with your questions, experiences, and suggestions on how we can attract and keep great teachers in education! Register for the event here!

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