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Teaching Middle School ELA

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Teaching Middle School ELA

An education podcast from Caitlin Mitchell

How do I create engaging and rigorous lessons for my students? How can I better manage the planning, grading, and paperwork required of me as a Middle School English Language Arts teacher? How can I create strong and passionate writers? Most importantly, how can I create a work-life balance that allows me to enjoy weekends and pursue the career I love?

Welcome to the Teaching Middle School ELA podcast where, each Tuesday, we will answer these questions and more! Each Tuesday, join hosts Caitlin Mitchell and Jessica Cannata as they deliver curriculum and lesson ideas, share classroom stories, and interview fellow educators who are experts in the field.

If you teach reading and writing to middle schoolers and want to get inspired with some fresh ideas, productivity tips, and top-notch pedagogical strategies, then this is the podcast for you!

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