Teachers in America
Summary: A podcast for K-12 educators covering the ever-changing learning landscape. Featuring educators from around the country, every moment is a chance to create connections, share stories, and explore classroom ideas that will influence the future. Teachers in America is produced by Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, inspiring the thinkers and doers of tomorrow.
Amplifying Student Voices with Kelly Harper
Overcoming Trauma in Parkland, FL with Sarah Lerner
Minisode: On Virtual Learning & BLM Protests with Bianca Cole
Minisode: Homeschooling During COVID-19 with Debra Liese
Displaced Katrina Student Comes Home to Teach with Chris Dier
Noelle Morris: Host of Teachers in America
Becoming a History Teacher with Debra Reynolds
Wearing the Kindness Cape with Julia Allan
Words from a Teacher Influencer with LaQuisha Hall
Dock talks about teaching modern media literacy skills with Katy Byron, a veteran journalist and expert fact-checker, and Erik Palmer, an author and former teacher.
Bonus episode! How can teachers best respond to student questions about impeachment and other politicized topics?
Dock is joined by leaders from the Girl Scouts and iCivics to talk about the role of K-12 schools in civic education, the democratic necessity of creating informed citizens, and how to teach civics while remaining nonpartisan.
Dock covers career readiness skills, including critical skills for jobs of the future and preparing students for the workplace—plus how the job of teaching is evolving—in a conversation with senior leaders from LinkedIn and the International Center for Leadership in Education.
2019 National Teacher of the Year Rodney Robinson
Looping with a Classroom Family with Tracy Childers