Join hosts Amanda Cardenas (Mud & Ink Teaching) and Marie Morris (The Caffeinated Classroom) in discussions about being brave, trying new things, and all things teaching! As seasoned classroom teachers, Amanda and Marie bring their experience, insight, energy, and oh, so many opinions and ideas... It's time for all teachers to take their classroom and teaching practice into their own hands!
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Did you catch our two part interview series with New York Times Bestselling Author, Ruta Sepetys? If not, you can check out part one in episode 152 and part two in episode 153. more
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There are not enough stars to tell you how incredible this podcast is - truly. Marie and Amanda are a JOY to listen, to and the information has transformed my teaching. They have found their calling and we get to reap the benefits of their years of teaching and innovative pedagogy. Save it as a favorite and listen as you have your year set for you in ELA. Thank you both for your expertise, laughter and humor. It’s the best end to the week - BNT on Thursday and Happy Hour on Friday!
I love this podcast. Marie and Amanda are a lot of fun to listen to each week. They’re goofy, but they’re not extra. Like I laugh with them instead of rolling my eyes (as I do to many influencers). The podcast truly has changed some of my teaching practices for the better, or it has confirmed some of my own teaching philosophy. It’s a smart, grounded podcast on best practices in ELA. more
Very grateful I stumbled across this podcast and the mudandink teaching blog. The more I listen and learn, the more I appreciate these materials. Thank you for inspiring this mid-career teacher. ❤️🙏
I just stumbled across your podcast two months ago when, in desperation (due to the fact that I had been handed a dual-credit American literature class because the teacher left mid-year) I began scouring the Internet for resources. My first year of teaching was way back in 1997-98. I came into the profession with the understanding that I was merely to assess whether students had read the assigned novel and could write decently. Over the last two months, my understanding of what it means to be a ... more
I would love to listen because they speak clearly and with passion. But its so watered down, a lot of talking about nothing and it takes so much time to get to anything of worth. When mining for gold there has to be a certain amount of gold in the dirt.
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