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Teacher Talks hosted by Stacie McClam, JD, M.Ed
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Posted By: Beverly Johnson on March 21, 2020

Welcome to Season III - 2020 of Teacher Talks hosted by Stacie McClam, JD, M.Ed-LIVE on TRIBE Family Channel, a Gumbo for the Soul International family brand sponsored by School Dismissed, Walking Away From Teaching by Stacie McClam available author direct at www.staciemcclam.com or on Amazon.
We are proud to welcome you to another season of profound discussions with leaders in education, inclusion and wellness.

Our March 23, 2020 guest is Educator, Anleeta Eaton-Buchanan.

-Teaching Techniques to Inspire Learning-

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About Our Guest:
Anleeta Eaton-Buchanan is an educator, teacher self-care advocate, youth advocate, motivational speaker and mentor to youth of all ages. She has been a featured panelist at The Teacher Self-Care Conference, a published blogger with The Educator's Room, a recurring guest of The Ben Jarovsky Radio Show, and a guest of numerous educational podcasts. With 16 years of experience in special education, Anleeta is very passionate about the future of our young people and believes that, "All children can learn, you just have to figure out how."

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About the host of Teacher Talks:

Stacie McClam is an educator, speaker, filmmaker, and radio show host. She has 10+ years of teaching experience. Stacie has taught in Washington, D.C., Japan, Denver, Kuwait, and in Los Angeles County. She recently returned to the classroom as a substitute teacher. As a law school graduate she hoped to work in education reform but then realized that it took too long to change policy. Stacie feels that she can better serve students outside of the classroom by exposing the realities that occur inside the classroom through film.

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