A Special Edition Substitute Teachers' Lounge! | Teachers' Lounge Podcast
Today on the show: it’s a special edition, celebrating some of education’s most underappreciated folks. For this episode, we’re re-naming the show: “SUBSTITUTE TEACHERS’ LOUNGE!”
Kevin Beverley is a retired teacher -- and current substitute teacher! We talk a lot about what it’s like as a sub during the pandemic, and how weird it is to walk into someone else’s building, someone else’s classroom and establish yourself as a teacher after decades as an educator.
We also have a great chat about his time coaching cross country, what is special about connecting with kids through running, and his time as a journalism advisor for student news teaching kids how to talk to people and get the story.
Unfortunately for weary listeners, no substitute host!
If you’ve never listened before, our show is based on an idea -- we’ve all had teachers in our lives who shaped who we are. And we want to hear about the teachers who inspired you or deserve a spotlight in your community. Every educator we have on this podcast, whether teacher, coach, counselor or professor, is nominated by our listeners.
So, tell us about the person who comes to your mind. Shoot us an email and nominate an educator at firstname.lastname@example.org and they could be on the podcast! And subscribe to our newsletter to keep up to speed on everything to do with the show.
Also, Teachers’ Lounge is now on the radio! The podcast won’t change one bit, but you can now catch the show as an hour-long radio program every month on WNIJ. We’ll have multiple guests, stories, and new segments to hear. Our next episode airs on Friday, March 25 at 11 a.m. on 89-5 FM and right here WNIJ.org. Tune in the last Friday of the month at the same time for future episodes.
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Music: Our show's theme music is from the northern Illinois-based band "Kindoves" and their songs "Popn," "Origins" and "Quiche." You can find more of their music on their Soundcloud page. You can also listen to the episode of WNIJ's own Sessions from Studio A where they were featured.
Teachers! People who know teachers! People with stories about teachers! Send us an email and be part of the show! Also, send us your topic recommendations: email@example.com