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New podcast series: Tish with Teachers – Intro & Episode 1

 

Are you interested in the Jamie’s Farm approach but are unsure about how to practically enact it in your classroom? Do you feel confident with pedagogy and behaviour management but would like some advice on how to build relationships with the tougher kids in your classroom?

Tish Feilden, Jamie’s Farm co-founder and Lead Therapist, has launched a podcast series called ‘Tish with Teachers’. Tish will be in conversation with teachers around the UK to discuss how they can build better relationships with the challenging kids in their classroom through practical strategies developed at Jamie’s Farm.  

The Intro and Episode 1 are available to download now on Spotify and Apple Podcasts.

  • Introduction: An intro to Tish with Teachers – AVAILABLE NOW
  • Episode 1: Heads on Desks: Engaging the withdrawn children in your classroom –AVAILABLE NOW
  • Episode 2: ‘I hate this ****ing school!’: Defusing the tension with angry students – OUT SOON
  • Episode 3: ‘Look at me!’: Helping the ‘attention-seekers’ in your classroom – OUT SOON

   

In our venture into podcasting, your feedback is very much appreciated so please do post a quick review wherever you download your podcasts.

Please subscribe and share on Twitter #TishwithTeachers. If you don’t already, please follow Tish and Jamie’s Farm on Twitter and join in the conversation #TishwithTeachers. If you would like to find out more about Tish’s approach to working with young people, we have included the link to her new book ‘Creating Change for Vulnerable Teens’.

 

Episode one: An intro to Tish with Teachers

Episode two: Heads on Desks – Engaging the withdrawn children in your classroom

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