Creative Ops | Ep.36 | Andrew Smith – Why We Left Teaching…

Hey folks!

I have a new episode of Creative Ops out. Two former teachers, me and my guest, talk about and around Why We Left Teaching. I’ll put the show notes under that handsome face.

Later peeps!

-CT

Christopher Tallon

Ep.67 | The Return of the Hosts of Threads Podcast: Life Unfiltered (Kinda…(You’ll See What I Mean.)) Creative Ops

Jason Tieri returns for the second time to represent Threads Podcast: Life Unfiltered. His co-host, Mike Van Drie, is on the show for the first time. (He wasn't on the show yet the first time. (We get into all that. (Do these parentheses seem weird? (It's only weird if you make it weird…)))) We talk about the change in the hosting lineup, learn things about Mike that Jason didn't know, talk about what it's like discussing deeply personal things "publicly", how a podcast develops over time, having to poop while running, coming up with good titles for podcast episodes, and more. Go to http://www.threadspodcast.com and, as per the guys' recommendations, start listening to Threads Podcast: Life Unfiltered with episodes #167 and #171–if you haven't already been listening. .   .   . And please go to http://www.christophertallon.com to find out more about my novel, this podcast, and…other stuff. On all social media platforms: @tallonwrites

https://www.podbean.com/media/share/pb-hz8ax-10d6b36

Andrew “Drew” Smith is my old friend and fellow former educator. We both taught for half a decade or so before venturing into different careers. However, our training–both in content and in pedagogy–prepared us surprisingly well for our chosen paths.

Listen as we discuss our best and worst memories, how teachers REALLY talk in the teachers’ lounge (sadly, it’s always very good), and what it was like for Drew as an intern trying to teach non-English speaking refugees who were illiterate in their native language and never received formal education. (Amongst other things.)

I mentioned the book EXPLORE/CREATE by , and I highly recommend it.

Thanks for listening.

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