Episode 15 - Using Glittering Eyes to Go from Mundane to Magical with Guest Tisha Richmond
Evolving with Gratitude
Friends, things are about to get magical! Tisha Richmond joins the pod to tell us about spark moments, marigolds, appreciation circles, and much more! Including how her mom, Susan Mills, and Mr. Rogers helped her develop a joyful and grateful disposition. Tons of strategies and resources shared! Plus even more to explore after the episode: Fred Rogers Acceptance Speech - 1997 Find Your Marigold: The One Essential Rule for New Teachers by Jennifer Gonzalez The Forgotten Key to Happiness on the Joy Lab Podcast Creating Savoring Rituals Transcript available here. About Our Guest: Tisha is a district Student Engagement and Professional Development Specialist, Canva Learning Consultant, national speaker, podcast host, and author from Southern Oregon. She has taught Family and Consumer Science for 25 years and has served in various leadership roles regionally and nationally. Tisha is the author of the book Make Learning MAGICAL, which unlocks seven keys to transform teaching and create unforgettable experiences in the classroom. Website: tisharichmond.com Twitter: @tishrich Instagram: @TishRichmond About Lainie: Lainie Rowell is an educator, international consultant, podcaster and TEDx speaker. She is the lead author of Evolving Learner and a contributing author of Because of a Teacher. Her latest book, Evolving with Gratitude, was just released. An experienced teacher and district leader, her expertise includes learner-driven design, community building, online/blended learning, and professional learning. Learn more at linktr.ee/lainierowell. Twitter - @LainieRowell Instagram - @LainieRowell Evolving with Gratitude the book is now available! Purchase here! You can also get bulk orders for your staff (10 copies or more) at a discounted price! Just fill out the form linked below and someone will get back to you ASAP! bit.ly/ewgbulkdiscount
We are so happy to have our magical guest Tisha Richmond! It was so delightful to have her on and tell us everything about her current role as a Canva consultant and how she helps other teachers improve their lessons with a home makeover style program she is offering with a team in her district in Oregon. Plus, she shares a game in our ever wonderful segment “Whatcha been playin’...?”. Follow her on Twitter @TishRich and check out her website www.tisharichmond.com Join @hofmannedu, @mrsjamiehalsey, and @findingmyaloha each week by subscribing to our podcast and rating and reviewing us on Apple Podcasts! Leave a short review! Recommend us! Share us! Things mentioned on the show: - Tisha’s book - Make Learning Magical - Lettera (in dutch), 4 Cyte in English --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/finding-our-tribe/support
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Tisha Richmond is an author and educator who specializes in creating experiences for her students. She is the author of the book, Make Learning Magical, where she shares "rubber meets the road" tips that you can use to transform your classes from a lesson to an experience that your students will remember. There are so many parts of Tisha's story that we love, and we believe so many people will identify with where she was in her career when she started transforming her lessons. She mentions creating "Chopped" challenges for her students. She also talks about mystery boxes. Let your school counseling creativity thrive as you listen and see if you are inspired to take a lesson to the next level. And then let us know! Purchase her book, Make Learning Magical, here.
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Tisha is a district Student Engagement and Professional Development Specialist and Canvas Coordinator, national speaker, author from Southern Oregon. She has taught Family and Consumer Science for 25 years and has served in various leadership roles in her school and district as well as on Oregon regional and state edtech cadres. Tisha is the author of the book Make Learning MAGICAL, which unlocks seven keys to transform teaching and create unforgettable experiences in the classroom. She speaks nationally on a variety of topics related to teaching and learning in all content and grade levels and hosts the Make Learning Magical podcast.
In today's episode, Tisha Richmond shares a near switch from educator to a barista and how this pivotal moment in her career changed her future trajectory--professionally and personally. You don't want to miss this! In This Episode, We Discuss:From Wanting to Give Up on Education and Now...Thriving as an Ed LeaderHow Disruption Often Leads to Magical MomentsA Twitter Connection that Led to a REAL FriendshipMagic Happens When We Get Uncomfortable and Take RisksConnect with Tisha:Twitter: tishrichInstagram: makelearningmagial Website: www.tisharichmond.com/Podcast: Make Learning MagicalWorkshop: grassrootsworkshop.com - Make Learning MagicalMore About Tisha RichmondTisha is an innovative district Tech Integration Specialist, speaker, and author from Southern Oregon. She has taught Family and Consumer Science for 25 years and has served in various leadership roles in her school and district as well as on Oregon regional and state edtech cadres.Tisha is the author of the book Make Learning MAGICAL, which unlocks seven keys to transform teaching and create unforgettable experiences in the classroom. She speaks nationally on a variety of topics related to teaching and learning in all content and grade levels, Family and Consumer Science being her specialty.In 2018, she was a recipient of Medford School District's Golden Pear Educator Secondary Teacher Award and a first-place winner of the Henry Ford Innovation Nation Educator Award. Tisha is passionate about infusing joy, passion, play, and gamified strategies to immerse and empower our 21st-century learners and make learning a MAGICAL experience for all! She connects globally with educators around the world, continuously reaching beyond her comfort zone to grow and help transform the educational landscape so all learners can thrive.Follow the Host, Tara M. MartinTwitter: @TaraMartinEDUInstagram: tarammartin.realFacebook: Tara M MartinLinkedin: Tara MartinSubscribe: The REAL Journey ShowI'd love to have you share your thoughts of the show using the hashtags #RealJourneyShow and #RealEdu on social media. Also, if you enjoyed the show, please consider leaving a review and rating to help us connect, inspire, and empower even more listeners through the REAL Journey Show.
LEARN MORE ABOUT THE CONTENT DISCUSSED…• FCS Podcast: https://fcspodcast.com• FCS Tips: https://www.fcstips.com• Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ConnectFCSed• Twitter: https://twitter.com/Scully6Files• Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/connectfcsed• Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/connectfcsed• Tisha Richmond's Website: https://www.tisharichmond.com KEYNOTES DISCUSSED:• But what happened is I started to bring these devices in to teaching and learning, and I started to find some things that were really working, I noticed that learning was beginning to shift to my classroom, the students, even though it was an elective class, and they had chosen to take it, it was engaging, there was a different level of immersive learning, and empowered learning that I hadn’t experienced before. (4:12)• It’s comforting to know that I’m not the only one that fails. There’s other people who have too, and that we can learn so much from those stories, as well. And that has probably been the biggest lesson that I’ve learned in the last six years is that we are truly Better Together and we need each other and we can’t remain in our silos. (10:15)• It’s basically like a video-recording tool where you can create these lessons you can deliver, maybe content to students in the form of a video that you’ve created or another digital tool, or a document, or so many different things that you can add and then students respond back with video and they reflect. And it’s really, really powerful. And one of the, I think, a great tool to use right now as we’re moving to this digital learn distance learning that’s happening. (17:26)• I mean, the jobs that exist now didn’t exist when we were, at least when I was in high school. The jobs that are going to exist five years from now are going to be different than the jobs that exist today. So we have to be able to equip our students with the skills that are going to be necessary to navigate this, this rapidly changing landscape that we’re living in. (31:29)• I’m excited for just looking at the different ways, because right now being home with my own family, we’re playing a lot of games, it helps it shift the mindset in mind frame of the way you think, as the games that my kids wanna continuously be playing over and over again. (50:41) WHEN DOES IT AIR…June 3, 2020
Magical Learning Anywhere during COVID-19 with Tisha Richmond
Tech Integration Specialist. Culinary Teacher. National Speaker. Author of Make Learning Magical. Podcast host: https://www.tisharichmond.com/podcast.html Follow Tisha on Twitter: @tishrich Apps to check out: Calendly, Google Classroom, and Zoom Medford Oregon Anywhere Learning plan with local TV stations: https://ktvl.com/news/coronavirus/medford-school-district-rolls-out-anywhere-learning-plan--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/edtoday/message
Tisha is an innovative district Tech Integration Specialist, speaker, and author from Southern Oregon. She has taught Family and Consumer Science for 25 years and has served in various leadership roles in her school and district. Tisha is the author of the book Make Learning MAGICAL, which unlocks seven keys to transform teaching and create unforgettable experiences in the classroom. She speaks nationally on a variety of topics related to teaching and learning in all content and grade levels, Family and Consumer Science being her specialty. Follow her on Twitter @tishrich and visit her website at tisharichmond.com.