The day to day life of a teacher is a journey. A journey where you have no idea where you are going but you do know how you are going to get there… All aboard the Hot Mess Teacher Express! This podcast is for teachers who need to know they are not alone in their hot messes, empty plan books, mile-long to-do lists and just need a laugh or moment of understanding. Miss Jess Smith, your Conductor on this journey, is here to live, listen and relate to real teacher life and chat with some of your favorite teachers along the way. Grab your teacher fuel of choice, put that hair in a messy bun and welcome aboard the Hot Mess Teacher Express. Choo choo!
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Get ready to laugh, learn and shake your head along with Jess and Vinny in this episode of the Hot Mess Teacher Express. We are exploring our Hot Takes on "Teachers Lounges" and whether they are a place of relaxation or the epicenter of school drama.... more
Join Vinny and Jess on the Hot Mess Teacher Express, as we explore the fascinating and often amusing world of "Teacher of the Year" awards. Despite the perceived prestige surrounding such accolades, our analysis reveals a slightly more complicated re... more
Vinny and Jess dive into the slippery slope of teachers cussing in the classroom and online! more
This show is show hilarious and relatable. I LOVE Vinnie he makes me laugh all the time! more
I have only recently found this podcast and I’ve totally binged it to catch up. I love listening and the banter reminds me of my husband (he’s British too!) and I when we talk about the differences in the US and the UK education system. Thank you for bringing quality discussions about teachers and education to the table. Love, Love, Love!
I have listened to several episodes, and I really enjoy listening to Jess. I’m unfollowing for the moment though. Only till Vinny is gone. He’s hilarious, but whines a little too much for my taste.
I was a huge fan of the show. However, the latest episode is bothersome. Vinny comments how some TPT sellers who left the classroom are “exploiting” themselves by making money off teachers. That is harsh and ironic coming from someone who has made money off teachers on a podcast and comedy tour. I agree that fake staged classrooms is wrong, but what is wrong with teachers earning an income helping other teachers by providing them with resources that make their lives easier.
A conversation between two people just doesn’t seem as dynamic on the comedy front. However, all of the stories are very relatable if you are a teacher.
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