The Teachers’ Brains Trust is the part of our show that’s dedicated to you, and every member of the Teachers’ Education Review community.
We’d love to hear from teachers who have a teaching strategy to share, a question to ask, or who can help others find the information they’re looking for. That’s what the Teachers’ Brains Trust is all about!
- If you have a teaching strategy to share, or if you’re holding a TeachMeet or similar event and would like to share recordings of some of the presentations, contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org for guidelines on how to go about it. Be sure to put Teachers’ Brains Trust as the subject line.
- If you have a question about teaching, about educational policy, politics or about anything related to education, you can send us your question in one of three ways:
- Email: Send your questions to email@example.com with Teachers’ Brains Trust in the subject line.
- Voice Message: You can record your question and send it to us to be played as part of a future episode. You can record your question using your own computer to record and send the final MP3 to the email address above. Alternatively you can CLICK HERE to use our online voice mail service, using you computer’s microphone to record your question. Finally, you can leave a traditional voice mail by calling +61 2 8003 4837 or looking up ter.podcast on Skype.
- If you would like to help answer others’ questions: As we receive questions for the Teachers’ Brains Trust they will be posted on a dedicated page, and you will be able to respond to any question you choose with links and contact details provided on the page.
We look forward to hearing more from our listeners and including your ideas and information into future episodes of the TER Podcast.
Please Note: All submissions to the TER Podcast are subject to approval before being incorporated into an episode of the podcast. By submitting a recording or voice mail, you give TER Podcast unrestricted rights to edit and broadcast that recording as part of the Teacher’s Brains trust and Teachers’ Education Review.