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Re:Teaching – A Conversation with Mike Anderson

Originally posted on The Teacher Learning Sessions site: http://teacherlearningsessions.com/podcast/reteaching/mike-anderson/

Mike Anderson is an author, an award-winning educator, and an independent educational consultant.  In addition to other books, Mike wrote The Well Balanced TeacherThe First Six Weeks of School (2nd Edition), and The Research-Ready Classroom.

After 15 years as a classroom teacher and more than 6 as a Responsive Classroom consultant and developer, Mike currently works independently writing and providing professional development in schools across the US and around the world.

You can learn from Mike as he talks with host Kevin Carlson about finding and living a well-balanced teaching lifestyle and why you, as a teacher, have a professional obligation to take care of yourself. To listen to the interview, click on the following link:

http://teacherlearningsessions.com/podcast/reteaching/mike-anderson/

  • Mike Anderson

    Mike Anderson is an education consultant, award-winning teacher, and author of many books including What We Say and How We Say It MatterThe Well-Balanced Teacher, The First Six Weeks of School, The Research-Ready Classroom, and Learning to Choose, Choosing to Learn. Learn more about Mike and his work or invite him to work with your school or district through his website: www.leadinggreatlearning.com. Connect with Mike on Twitter: @balancedteacher.

  • 2 Comments
    1. What an amazing interview Mike! So full of practical tips, and reassuring to all of us teachers of all the hard work we do. Very inspiring. Think I’ll go take my 15 minute walk now.

    2. Thanks, Susan! This was a fun conversation!

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    Mike Anderson
    Leading Great Learning
    Durham, NH
    Phone: +1 413.658.7907
    leadinggreatlearning.com
    mike@leadinggreatlearning.com

    Leading Great Learning

    Mike Anderson is an energetic, experienced, and highly sought-after educational consultant who helps facilitate great learning in schools all over the United States and beyond. He has over twenty years of experience as a teacher, consultant, presenter, and developer and has authored many books and articles about great teaching and learning.