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The Teacher Tunnel Podcast is a real, entertaining, and enlightening look at teachers and leaders in education and beyond. We learn from these leaders' narrative, daily rituals, habits, and routines. As a teacher and life-long learner, Jon Belt wants to bring great people and thinkers to the surface and share their stories. 

Nov 5, 2016

Ben Kern has always been a role model for so many when the topic is health and well-being. In this episode you will learn Ben's teacher journey and how the path he has led continues to help those he teaches. He gives his opinions on the obesity rates in the United States, and what you can do now in order to start lasting healthy changes. Sneak in and listen to a leader in his field.

Oct 16, 2016

What is your dominate mindset? I go solo in the first 'Five in Five' episode. 5 reasons in 5 minutes to read the book "Mindset" by Carol Dweck. I discuss my story with the fixed and growth mindset, and give reasons why this book is needed in everyones library. 1. Self Development 2. Leadership 3. Goals 4. Parenting 5. Teaching

Oct 5, 2016

31 years in the teaching profession can bring many life lessons, and joy. Episode 2 of The Teacher Tunnel Podcast brings us James Sturtevant. James lives in Ohio as a husband, father, teacher, blogger, podcaster, and author of "You've Gotta Connect," and "Hacking Engagement." In this episode James discusses: *Why he teaches *Being an author and podcaster *Frustrations and Failures *Goals and Habits *His advice for teachers This episode is a fun conversation with an enthusiastic teacher/leader.

Sep 14, 2016

What does it take to be a leader? Todd Finley, Ph.D is a professor at East Carolina University, popular Edutopia blogger and author (Dinkytown Braves & Rethinking Classroom Design) breaks down his experiences in education that helped shape him into a leader in education. Todd discusses: *Book writing process *Failures that helped propel his teaching *Goals *Habits and Routines *Recommendations

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