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The Teaching Space Podcast

The podcast is on pause for a year (as of August 2021) as I am tackling the final year of my masters in education (which I am doing alongside my full-time job). In the meantime, please revisit the considerable back catalogue of episodes. Also, give me a follow on Twitter, where I am still very active and sign up for my personal newsletter here. You can visit The Teaching Space website here: theteachingspace.com.

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May 30, 2019

Episode 58 of The Teaching Space Podcast explores Monday morning anxiety.

Introduction

Back in March I wrote an email to my TTS Extra subscribers about Monday morning anxiety. I was surprised that so many people responded to it, so I thought it would be a good idea to record a podcast episode on the topic.

What is...


May 23, 2019

Episode 57 of The Teaching Space Podcast explores imposter syndrome.

What is it?

“The imposter syndrome is a psychological term referring to a pattern of behavior where people doubt their accomplishments and have a persistent, often internalized fear of being exposed as a fraud.” (Psychology Today, 2018).

My...


May 16, 2019

Episode 56 of The Teaching Space Podcast discusses some tools for productivity in an interview with Francesco D’Alessio.

Introduction

Hello and welcome to the Teaching Space Podcast. It's Martine here. Thank you so much for joining me.

Martine: Today I am thrilled to bring you an interview with productivity expert...


May 9, 2019

Episode 55 of The Teaching Space Podcast explores 10 ways to deal with negative colleagues.

We’ve All Been There

Unless you work on your own, I am sure you can relate to the disruptive and wide-reaching effect a negative colleague can have on a team.

If I reflect on my experience, I can remember a particular colleague...


May 3, 2019

Episode 54 of The Teaching Space Podcast will help you learn to prioritise self-care even when you have no time.

Teachers are so Busy

Teachers are the busiest people I know (I wrote a book about it!) The vast majority of them are awful at prioritising themselves and self-care just doesn’t form part of their day....