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Helping an old cranky teacher feel refreshed and motivated.

by Ms. DCK on
Rating: ★★★★★

I have been teaching for 20 years and after a very few challenging years have become a bit cranky and jaded. Jamie has creative ideas that are easy to implement and bring a fun fresh perspective to my planning and teaching. I love her bubbly and enthusiastic personality and willingness to share the mistakes she has learned from.

Thank you!!

by beckerje95 on
Rating: ★★★★★

Learned sooo much for my first year of teaching!! Thank you for all the helpful ideas :)

Thank you!

by The Potters on
Rating: ★★★★★

Love your resources and I LOVE your podcast! I have been listening to it in the car, while mowing the lawn, and weeding the garden! Definitely helping me get excited and inspired for a new year!


by amrigal on
Rating: ★★★★★

Always has great resources and I’m exited I found her podcast!

Sound quality is not good

by Lina3 on
Rating: ★★★☆☆

I’m sorry but I’m having a hard time listening to this.

Writing in Units of Study

by K8Myette on
Rating: ★★★★★

I have been following Not So Wimpy Teacher for a while now on Teachers Pay Teachers -TPT-; I recently signed up for the Not So Wimpy Teacher Masterclass for Writing. Jamie knows what she’s talking about. She articulates what SO many teachers know to be true. I’m looking forward to listening to all the episodes that are available!

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by TeacherFourth4 on
Rating: ★★★★★

Jamie Sears makes writing workshop so easy to understand and use. She has ideas that will save you tons of time, and your students’ writing will grow!

Love her content - delivery needs work

by jenstinator327 on
Rating: ★★☆☆☆

I follow this teacher on other platforms, so I was excited to find this...but I feel like I am at church listening to a sermon and they want me to come to Jesus. The phrasing, tone, pauses, and emphasis is like nails on a chalk board. I can’t listen to what I am sure is fantastic content. Sad to say and please, use this feedback to get better. I want to listen and I think you are great.

So so

by Sleepy Sarah on
Rating: ★★★☆☆

I’m sure the content is great— I might be able to muster through a couple more—but the sound quality isn’t great, and she has some awkward pauses/phrasing that makes it hard to listen to. I also feel like she’s talking down to me and not like a peer. I’m not sure I can make this podcast a regular listen.

No abstract ideas here!

by Carimerc on
Rating: ★★★★★

Jamie delivers ideas that are applicable and easy to follow so you can start using in your class right away.