A Mile In My Shoes Podcast

A Walk & Talk With Veteran Educator Rachel Rigsby A Mile In My Shoes: The Walk & Talk Podcast

Guest Bio: House Killmonger. First of her name. The Unbothered. Queen of Gravity-Defying Hair. Breaker of Patriarchy. A Girl Has No President. About This Episode: Ear hustle on a conversation with a Game of Thrones, Black Panther loving history teacher who enjoys studying the way people change the environment and the way the environment changes people. In this episode Rachel discusses the role and impact that expectations and trust have student work ethic, the importance of loving what you do and how to avoid teacher burn-out. #ATOY19 #AskMeWhy #AMileInMyShoes For More Info: Visit http://www.stillstacey.com to learn more about the host and to submit scheduling inquiries or general questions about the podcast.  To learn more about today's guest or the resources mentioned, you may also reach out to them directly via the following social media platforms: @rigsbyrachel (Twitter) and @raerigsby (Instagram).  — This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app — Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/stacey-mcadoo/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/stacey-mcadoo/support

Season 1 of “A Mile In My Shoes: The Walk & Talk Podcast” features one mile walks with esteemed Arkansas educators and Teachers of the Year from across the United States. Grab your sneakers, walk a mile with us and ear hustle on engaging conversations about all things education (ie cultural responsiveness, art integration, building relationships, advocacy, etc.). Visit https://anchor.fm/stacey-mcadoo or https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/a-mile-in-my-shoes-the-walk-talk-podcast/id1522817236 to listen to the entire season or other episodes.

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