Tag: Education

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How to practice mindfulness for yourself and with your children

TBE #050: Equanimity, Self-Compassion and Mindfulness with Tamara Hackett

In this episode of The Balanced Educator Podcast, we’re interviewing Tamara Hackett, the owner of Sweet Clover Studios and the author & illustrator of the children’s books Mindful ABCs and Mindful 1,2,3. Tamara Hackett is a mindfulness-based Children’s author/illustrator and designer of creative and purposeful materials for all ages. Tamara aims to create moments of…
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Reflecting on 2018 and Intention setting in 2019 for personal an professional growth

TBE #049: Using the Past to Inform the Future – Reflecting on 2018!

In this episode The Balanced Educator Podcast, we’re chatting about what we learned in 2018 and what we’re looking forward to in 2019! We share our gratitude for 2018… Mostly, we are SO GRATEFUL for you, our audience!! We talk about the growth in ourselves and in our business and how important it was for…
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Teaching about mindfulness and heartfulness in the classroom

TBE #048: A Little Story about Heartfulness and Mindfulness with Charlotte Jackson

In this episode of The Balanced Educator Podcast, we’re interviewing Charlotte Jackson, a special education teacher and the author of the children’s book, Finnigan’s Bliss. Charlotte Jackson is a special education teacher and mindfulness educator in Winnipeg, Manitoba. She is committed to teaching children how to live heartfully (with a loving heart) and mindfully (with…
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Mindfulness for educators and students in the classroom

TBE #047: When we Grow, so do our Students – with Amanda Warren

In this episode of The Balanced Educator podcast, we’re interviewing Amanda Warren, an Educalme Teacher alumni and Educalme Classroom teacher. Amanda Warren lives in a small town in Vermont with her husband, and their one-year old kiddo Hattie. Amanda is Co-Director and a teacher at Bridge School, a small, independent elementary school that focus on…
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How to incorporate self-care into your day

TBE #046: Integrating Self-care “Rootines” into your Day-to-day with Carolina Smith

In this episode of The Balanced Educator podcast, we’re interviewing Carolina Smith, a grade 1 teacher, Educalme Teacher alumni and Educalme Classroom ambassador from Calgary, Alberta, a second time!   Carolina talks about her new business venture, the LIA project, a community of women finding ways to connect with themselves and each other.   She…
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How to form healthy habits as a teacher and to make time for self-care

TBE #045: How to Form Healthy Habits with Renée Lapointe

In this episode of The Balanced Educator podcast, we’re interviewing an Educalme Teacher and Educalme Classroom ambassador, Renée Lapointe!   Renée is 23 years old and a first year teacher! She teaches grade 1 in a French school in Winnipeg and spends her leisure time traveling. She believes in a balanced life and does so…
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How to establish classroom routines mindfully and how to do classroom management

TBE #042: Kailey’s Tips and Tricks for Classroom Routines

In this episode of The Balanced Educator podcast, Kailey shares what her daily routine looks like in her classroom.   She chats about how she starts her day with her kiddos. She talks about how she manages her classroom and shares some of her tips for a calm classroom.   She explains how she practices…
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TBE #039: Growth Mindset and Flow for Kids with Author Catherine Greer

In this episode of The Balanced Educator podcast, we are chatting with Catherine Greer, the author of the amazing book, Jacaranda Snow, on growth mindset and flow for kids.   Catherine Greer is a Canadian-Australian author, writing coach and happiness blogger. She holds a Bachelor of Arts Honours degree and a Master’s degree in English,…
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TBE #038: Why it’s Important to Make Mistakes – For Recovering Perfectionists

This one is for all of you recovering perfectionists out there…   In this episode of The Balanced Educator podcast, we chat about why it’s important to make mistakes – something so many of us are so afraid to do!   We talk about the word perfect and the perception we tend have around it.…
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How to leave work at work and become a balanced Educator

TBE #037: Our Top 5 Ways to Stop Bringing Work Home

In this episode of The Balanced Educator Podcast, we share our top 5 ways to stop bringing work home.   We talk about how when we bring less work home, it can truly benefit both us as teachers and our students.   We share about how when we stopped bringing work home, we since feel…
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