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Episode 8 Slow Teaching, High Impact with Jamie Thom & James Ramsey

The Staffroom

In this episode of ‘The Staffroom’, we chatted with English Teacher and author Jamie Thom (@teachgratitude1 ) about the way slowing-down and taking-stock can lead to better teacher well-being and student outcomes. We also talked to Humanities teacher, James Ramsey about the way low-stakes, high-impact formative assessment strategies are making a difference in his learning area. In our first interview, Jamie Thom speaks about his book, ‘Slow Teaching: Finding Calm, Clarity and Impact in the Classroom’ and refocusing practice so that teachers only do things for the right reasons. Here’s a break-down of Jamie’s ideas: What inspired Jamie to write ‘Slow Teaching’? How have his professional experiences shaped his reflective ideas on slow teaching, finding calm and clarity in the classroom? (3:40) What is ‘Slow Teaching’ about? (3:40) What is Jamie’s ‘tortoise and the hare’ analogy? How does Jamie believe this fable reflects the teaching profession? (7:55) What made Jamie realise that a slower approach was key to well-being and making an impact in the classroom? (11:13) Why does Jamie believe nuanced skills such as classroom management, non-verbal communication etc are essential in developing a slow and measured teaching style? (13:40) Which strategies from Jamie’s book have had a profound impact in his classroom? (18:31) How does Jamie ensure modelling is used effectively with his students? (23:35) What are Jamie’s views on well-being? What are Jamie’s top three well-being tips for a new graduate teacher? (26:17) Head of Learning Area at Corpus Christi College, James Ramsey speaks with us about the practical ways formative assessment and feedback is having an impact in his classes. Here’s a break-down of James’ responses: How have formative assessment strategies changed James’ practice in recent years? (32:50) In what ways does James believe the shift away from frequent summative assessment has changed students’ mindset? (35:10) What does James think are the main principles which under-pin his teaching and learning philosophy? (36:30) Which tech-tools does James believe have helped enhance his use of formative assessment? How do these tools work? (39:50) What practical approaches has James implemented which help save time and/or reduce teacher workload? (42:50) We hope you enjoy this episode of The Staffroom and found Jamie and James’ ideas as through-provoking as we did. We certainly will be considering ways to slow down and stream-line our own practice! We wish Jamie Thom and James Ramsey all the best for 2018 and her continuing success of The Learning Scientists project Until next time! Jamie, Michael and Tessa--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/jamie-clark7/message

46mins

30 Jul 2021

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James Ramsey & Heidi Lavon of The Exposure Therapy Podcast

All Things Portland

Josh and Kristina welcome photography, modeling, and podcaster couple James Ramsey & Heidi Lavon of The Exposure Therapy Podcast, who share some of their stories as photographers using third-party social media platforms to promote and sell content as well as the creativity that the pandemic lockdown has inspired. Also some helpful tips for new models working with photographers for intimate photoshoots. The creative couple also gives us their take on the infamous Portland package, including their ideal place for dinner and a movie under one roof as well as their fave strip clubs. Josh and Kristina also give some helpful advice for self-employed creatives seeking their first home.

53mins

3 Nov 2020

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Tom Sox Conversations

2012 ACC Player of the Year and current Georgia Tech assistant James Ramsey joins Brendan Kucera to talk the Valley League, recruiting, and more!

11mins

15 Aug 2020

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OOBS NEWS #017 | James Ramsey | BLM Movement

Oobs News

#BLM #Blacklivesmatter #oobsnewsJames returns to the podcast as we discuss the current social climate in America. James Ramsey Is a a life coach, sports coach, educator, mentor, trainer, scout, and player developer.Instagram: @d4s_coach_Jameshttps://www.instagram.com/d4s_coach_james/For a $20 amazon gift card click the link below!https://www.buzzsprout.com/?referrer_...Buzzsprout is who I use to host my podcast, you should use them too.For free Shipping, 10-Year Limited Warranty, 100-Night Risk Free Trial, Financing As Low as 0% APR on a DREAMY MATTRESS, click the link below!https://allswellhome.mvvx.net/c/19634...Allswell is the mattress we chose, and we are so happy with the choice. Try them out!For amazing CBD products, that I use, and my pets use, with great results, click this link to purchase the best CBD products on the market.https://www.ybbicbd.com/Inquire Podcast Guests: oobsnews@gmail.comElheet.comElheet.com/OobsnewsInstagram/ Twitter @aelheet Youtube @ Oobs News

1hr 49mins

18 Jun 2020

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Episode 12 - James Ramsey - How to train on one leg while holding your breath

The GTT Podcast with Dan Lowry

Join me, Daniel lowry with special guest James Ramsey as we discuss advanced breath holding and how it can help the modern day athlete.

1hr 5mins

25 May 2020

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James Ramsey- Hitting Coach, Georgia Tech

Ahead Of The Curve with Jonathan Gelnar

Coaching with Flexibility and Communication with James Ramsey  During this episode of Ahead of the Curve, I interviewed James Ramsey, Hitting Coach at Georgia Tech. James Ramsey talks about the importance of clarity, simple wins, communicating with players, measuring players in the off-season, his BP set-up, what a hitting meeting looks like in the fall, and not overthinking things.  Episode Highlights:  How did James Ramsey get involved in baseball and as a coach?   Was coaching something that he had in the back of his mind when he was playing baseball? What are some life lessons that he has learned from other coaches that he will never forget?   What was his transition like into the Georgia Tech program? What did this past off-season look like for him? Are there any set things that he is looking for in players to group them together to address their needs? When new players arrive on the team where does he start with them? What does ‘plan and approach’ mean to James? What kinds of competitions have they used in their training practices that they really like?  What are some different ways that he really likes to train game-like practices, especially on the hitting side? What are some different ways that we can train players to make better decisions?  What is his advice to be a better communicator? What does his BP set-up look like? What is something that James Ramsey is excited about learning and applying? What changes has he been making from last year to this year? What are things his players get excited about doing during practice? Is there anything that he believes that other coaches might disagree with? What is something we would notice at one of James Ramsey’s practices? Are there any resources that James Ramsey would recommend? 3 Key Points: Make sure you are ready for when your opportunities come. Keep the most important things important. Have an accountability partner on the field that can keep the expectations going on and off the field.    Tweetable Quotes: “I love to read and it’s baseball, it’s mental toughness, it’s corporate culture books. I think that baseball has a lot to learn from some other areas.” – James Ramsey (09:18) “Being able to kind of relate off the field too as well. I think telling the players, ‘I don’t know what I don’t know and I’m new to this as well and I’m going to make mistakes. But I’m going to make them aggressively.” – James Ramsey (11:46) “I did 6 BP groups, laminated them, stuck them out there so I didn’t have to take the time on the day-to-day to do it and so, some of them are grouped by ‘rightys’ versus ‘leftys’ as basic as that sounds. Can we throw a different angle on the machine?” – James Ramsey (15:54) “I have clarity. That is one thing I try to search for.” – James Ramsey (18:20) “These guys have grown up in a showcase setting where some of them have never had a first and third plays put on.” – James Ramsey (19:22) “As far as the team is concerned, doing self-evaluations, doing evaluations on the coaching staff, I want to make sure, hey, am I communicating this clearly?” – James Ramsey (22:05) “We can overthink it sometimes too. So it’s, can I just fundamentally get to, where did this kid come from? What is his style of learning? What is his style of coaching? What is his motivation style that he likes?” – James Ramsey (22:58) “Every pitch a pitcher is forced to throw, I believe that there is probably a good correlation to winning a game.” – James Ramsey (40:24) Resources Mentioned: Ahead of the Curve Podcast Twitter: @AOTC_podcast James Ramsey: Twitter Instagram Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

1hr 3mins

27 Feb 2020

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Oobs News #7 - James Ramsey | Easy Steps to Obtain Patience, Discipline, and Mental Strength

Oobs News

James Ramsey Is a a life coach, sports coach, educator, mentor, trainer, scout, and player developer. We had a great conversation on the obstacles of obtaining patience, discipline, and mental strength in sports and in life. Hope yall enjoy! @d4s_coach_james on Instagram@aelheet on Twitter and Instagram@abdullahelheet on Facebook and LinkedinElheet.com Subscribe on Youtube @ Oobs NewsOn Spotify, google play, itunes, apple podcast @ Oobs NewsTo Start your own podcast and receive $20 Amazon Gift Card Click Here https://www.buzzsprout.com/?referrer_id=383866 #mentor #training #sports #podcast #selfhelp #success

1hr 18mins

15 Oct 2019

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Episode 8: Slow Teaching, High Impact Jamie Thom & James Ramsey

The Staffroom

Show Notes: In this episode of ‘The Staffroom’, we chatted with English Teacher and author Jamie Thom (@teachgratitude1 ) about the way slowing-down and taking stock can lead to better teacher well-being and student outcomes. We also talked to Humanities teacher, James Ramsey about the way low-stakes, high-impact formative assessment strategies are making a difference in his learning area. In our first interview, Jamie Thom speaks about his book, ‘Slow Teaching: Finding Calm, Clarity and Impact in the Classroom’ and refocusing practice so that teachers only do things for the right reasons. Here’s a break-down of Jamie’s ideas: What inspired Jamie to write ‘Slow Teaching’? How have his professional experiences shaped his reflective ideas on slow teaching and finding calm and clarity in the classroom? (3:40) What does Jamie say ‘Slow Teaching’ is about? (3:40) What is Jamie’s ‘tortoise and the hare’ analogy? How does Jamie believe this fable reflects the teaching profession? (7:55) What made Jamie realise that a slower approach was the key to well-being and making an impact in the classroom? (11:13) Why does Jamie believe nuanced skills such as classroom management, non-verbal communication etc are essential in developing a slow and measured teaching style? (13:40) Which strategies from Jamie’s book have had a profound impact in his classroom? (18:31) How does Jamie ensure modelling is used effectively with his students? (23:35) What are Jamie’s views on well-being? What are Jamie’s top three well-being tips for a new graduate teacher? (26:17) Head of Learning Area at Corpus Christi College, James Ramsey, spoke to us about the practical ways formative assessment and feedback is having an impact in his classes. Here is a break-down of James’ responses: How have formative assessment strategies changed James’ practice in recent years? (32:50) In what ways does James believe the shift away from frequent summative assessment has changed student mindset? (35:10) What does James think are the main principles which under-pin his teaching and learning philosophy? (36:30) Which tech-tools does James believe have helped enhance his use of formative assessment? How do these tools work? (39:50) What practical approaches has James implemented which help save time and/or reduce teacher workload? (42:50) We hope you enjoy this episode of The Staffroom and found Jamie and James’ ideas as thought provoking as we did. The mantra of slowing down, stripping-back and streamlining teaching has certainly struck a chord with us! We wish Jamie Thom and James Ramsey all the best for 2018. Until next time! Jamie, Michael and Tessa Twitter: @XpatEducator @Michael_Royall @tessa_johnson2

46mins

24 Jun 2018