Top 10 Podcasts of 2020

Top 10 of 2020

Episode 55–Top 10 Podcasts of 2020

The Working Woman Radio Show has officially turned one year old, and we are celebrating by bringing you the top 10 podcasts of 2020.

Over the past year, I have had such a blast interviewing guests, and I am so grateful to each of them for taking time out of their busy schedules to share their wisdom about the work they do. 

I am also super grateful to the many listeners who tune in each week, and listen to the program.  Without you, I would not have a show, so thank you, thank you, thank you!

As a way to celebrate the accomplishments of this past year, I thought that I would do a special episode featuring short clips of the top 10 most listened to shows of the past year. 

I picked these 10 specific episodes based on the number of downloads that the network said they received.

I arranged the clips of each episode in descending order, meaning that I will start with number 10 and work my way back to the number one most listened to episode of The Working Woman Radio Show for the past year.

So here we go!

 

The Military Working Woman

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The Military Working Woman

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Teaching School Online

 

Episode 33–Teaching School Online

Teaching school online has become the new normal for teachers because of the COVID-19 crisis. Although it has its advantages, like with anything, it also comes with it challenges.

Allison Forte-Paul, a veteran teacher at Decatur High School in Decatur, Georgia, shares about the what a day of virtual school looks like with her students.

Allison talks about how converting to online instruction was not only a challenge for students and parents, but that it presented difficulties for teachers, as well. 

Ms. Forte-Paul candidly shares how she, and other teachers, miss the face-to-face human interaction with her students, and how some students are missing their classmates.

She discusses how her school provided computers for students who did not have them. She also shared how she has used her technical skills to help other teachers troubleshoot problems with technology. 

In conclusion, she offers some words of advice to parents and teachers for improving the online learning experience.

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Helpful Resources:

6 Tips for Transitioning to Online Teaching

 

 

More About Allison Forte-Paul

Allison Forte-Paul is in her 10th year teaching at Decatur High school.  She serves as the Health and Physical Education Department chair. She is also a part of the instructional technology team, and the school’s safety team.

Ms. Forte-Paul served as the head varsity softball coach for 9 years, coached various levels of basketball for 7 years, and has served on a wide variety of committees in her tenure. She played NCAA collegiate softball at Columbus State University and earned a Bachelors of Science in Exercise Science and a Master’s of Education in Health and Physical Education during.  

Allison and wife, Jessica Forte-Paul, have an energetic three year old boy named Carson.