Podcasts, Features and Interviews
Check out my podcast features, guest posts, articles and interviews.
Episode 31 | The Power of Teacher SEL (it’s not just for your students) with Elizabeth Peterson
SEL is a big buzz word in education. We’ve heard how powerful it is and how it needs to be implemented for our students, but what about the teachers? SEL, or social emotional learning, is a LIFE LONG process. It’s where we gather this knowledge, skills, attitude that really support us in managing our emotions, navigating those social interactions, and really just regulation in general. It doesn’t stop being important once we get to doing our adult life.
I believe that SEL for teachers is one of these components that is missing in our current system because the power of SEL is in its ability to improve well-being and effectiveness, even for us as educators. When we have a SEL practice or reflection time, we can better handle these challenges and demands of teaching, where we are more satisfied with our jobs, but also impact us to the point where we have better classroom management and better student outcomes, which is just a ripple effect into our classroom, school, and community culture.
That’s why I am joined in this episode by Elizabeth Peterson of The Inspired Classroom to talk all things Teacher SEL (or SEAL as she likes to refer to it) and the power that it has on really overcoming, recovering from, and preventing burnout.
Elizabeth Peterson loves helping caring, creative teachers bring the arts practically and meaningfully into their classrooms. An arts integration specialist with degrees in Arts, Leadership and Learning, she hosts theinspiredclassroom.com. Elizabeth is the creator of SEAL, Social-Emotional Artistic Learning: a unique and holistic method of integrating the arts with SEL. She is in her 24th year of teaching and 16th year of hosting workshops, retreats and online courses in arts integration and SEAL. Elizabeth believes that when caring, creative teachers feel empowered with SEAL strategies in their classroom, they make a difference in their students’ lives every day.
Episode 223 | Teachers Are Not Classroom Therapists with Elizabeth Peterson
As teachers, we wear so many hats every single day. We are organizers, facilitators, cheerleaders, coaches, nurses, janitors, and so much more. Often, you may even feel like you’re expected to fit the role of “classroom therapist”. But here’s the thing – you aren’t a therapist, and you shouldn’t be expected to put that hat on.
I know how exhausting it can be to manage some of the personalities that you have in your classroom. When you signed up to be a teacher, you likely didn’t expect to be dealing with some of the behaviors and the challenges that you find inside your classroom. Yet, those behaviors and challenges are here, so what do you do? Our guest, Elizabeth Peterson is here to talk us through this and share some helpful strategies.
Episode 80 | Zooming In On SEL and the Arts with Elizabeth Peterson
Are you afraid that bringing the ARTs into your classroom will just make more work for you? Elizabeth Peterson loves helping caring, creative teachers connect the arts with social-emotional learning strategies that are practical and meaningful. Elizabeth, a teacher herself, is the creator of SEAL, Social-Emotional Artistic Learning: a unique and holistic method of integrating the arts with SEL.
Season 2 | Episode 27 | Teacher Wellbeing & Self-care
Teacher wellbeing and self-care is a popular topic at the moment, and rightfully so. With the recent pandemic, natural disasters and teacher burnout at an all time high, we need to put our wellbeing front and centre.
In episode 27, the Teacher Takeaway Podcast talk with Elizabeth Peterson from The Inspired Classroom about teacher wellbeing and self-care, including:
- tips, and
217- SEAL: Social-Emotional Artistic Learning and How that can Play a Role inside the Music Room with Elizabeth Peterson
SEAL focuses on art, music, dance, and drama and they integrate with the 5 SEL competencies. The awesome thing is that the possibilities are endless when it comes to incorporating SEAL into the music room. Incorporating SEAL isn’t one more thing to do but it’s understanding what you’re already doing and building upon that, and in this episode Elizabeth Peterson does a great job explaining how exactly to do that.
What Is the New Role of the Teacher?
This week Ali and JoDee sit down with Elizabeth Peterson, a veteran educator who empowers teachers with creative social-emotional strategies while easing teacher burnout through SEAL: Social-Emotional, Artistic Learning. Together, they will discuss what Social-Emotional Learning (SEL) and SEAL are, how to effectively use these concepts within the classroom, and the role of the teacher in today’s classroom.
OTT 193: 3 Brilliant Ideas for Integrating the Arts to Regulate the Elementary Classroom
One of the best ways to get kids excited about learning is by incorporating music into classroom activities. Studies have shown that music has a positive effect on cognitive function and memory recall, so it makes sense to use it as part of our lesson plans whenever possible! There are endless possibilities when it comes to using music in class. Today, I sit down with Elizabeth Peterson, the creator of SEAL, Social-Emotional Artistic Learning, a unique method of integrating the arts with SEL that empowers teachers to truly reach and teach their students.
Today we start a two-part series chatting with Elizabeth Peterson. Today we talk all about how to integrate the arts into our classrooms whether that is an elementary classroom or a high school teacher teaching shop (like Ashley).
This is the second part of our conversation with Elizabeth Peterson. If you didn’t hear last week’s episode – go check out Episode 46 ASAP. Today we talk all about Teacher Self-Care and how we can use creativity to take care of ourselves.
On this episode we are joined by Art integration specialist and the founder of The Inspired Classroom, Elizabeth Peterson. From a young age, Elizabeth knew she wanted to be a teacher that made a difference. Elizabeth shares how her love of music has led on a journey of discovery with The Arts and the impact it can have on young people.
In Part B of our conversation with Arts integration expert, Elizabeth Peterson, we unpack how to meaningfully integrate The Arts in Social & Emotional Learning. We also discuss the impact school shootings have on learners, staff and communities.
Teaching Social Emotional Learning Through Music with Elizabeth Peterson
Streamed live on Jul 24, 2022 On this episode of Teaching Social Emotional Learning Through Music, Dr. Scott Edgar and Elizabeth Peterson explore social emotional artistic learning.
You can listen to the interview by clicking HERE.
“Music is so important to so many students, and we have the opportunity to open their eyes — or ears — to something new.”
It is an age-old question in the art room . . . do you let kids listen to music while they work, or do you make them put their earbuds away? Today, Tim talks with Elizabeth Peterson from The Inspired Classroom about soundtracking your art room and ways to bring more music to your students. Listen as they discuss types of music, art projects related to music, and the best ways to introduce new music to your students.
Welcome back to the Not So Wimpy Teacher podcast! In this episode, I’m chatting with long-time teacher and author, Elizabeth Peterson, about how valuable the Arts are to students and how to integrate them into your classroom in simple, yet effective, ways.
The Art of Education Podcast: Social and Emotional Artistic Learning (SEAL)
Social and emotional learning is a topic that is not discussed enough, and it is important that all art teachers start to see how they can begin connecting their art lessons to social and emotional learning. In this episode, Tim welcomes Elizabeth Peterson from The Inspired Classroom to talk about these topics and many more. Listen as they discuss Arts Integration, caring for and connecting with our kids, and why every teacher needs to always remain open-minded.
NHASCD Spotlight: A Podcast> Integrating the Arts
Join teacher, author, and consultant Elizabeth Peterson as she discusses how arts integration helps students engage in content and deepen their learning.
We all know social-emotional learning is of the utmost importance, but what is the best way to teach it to our students? Listen to teacher, author, and consultant, Elizabeth Peterson, share what SEAL is, the benefits of integrating the arts with SEL, and how to get started.
The arts can provide such a natural conduit for social emotional learning. Join Team Grundler as they chat with Elizabeth Peterson from the Inspired Classroom all about integrating the arts with SEL.
We feel like we need to do everything as art teachers, but the truth is, we can’t do it all. And we shouldn’t! It is important–especially at this time of year–to take the time to care for yourself. In today’s episode, Tim is joined by Elizabeth Peterson from The Inspired Classroom to talk about self-care for the art teacher. Listen as they discuss why we need to take stock of the stress in our life, strategies for self-care, and ideas that work for creative people.
Cool Cat Teacher Podcast: HOW TO TEACH SOCIAL EMOTIONAL LEARNING WITH THE ARTS (AKA SEAL)
Elizabeth Peterson was learning about SEL and as an art teacher, she knew she could teach Social Emotional Learning with the arts. So, she did. Then, she called it SEAL. Learn what she did, how it impacted students and her thoughts on this method of teaching social emotional learning.
During this episode, Matt & Laura talk with Elizabeth Peterson about the importance of building relationships with students through SEAL (Social-Emotional Artistic Learning).
Compass Teachers: Social Emotional Artistic Learning, Art in Distance Learning and Teacher Self Care
Elizabeth Peterson is an arts integration experts. She founded The Inspired Classroom which provides inspiration to other educators for art integration through informative articles, workshops and professional development opportunities.
In this episode we dig deep into what social-emotional learning looks like through the lens of the arts.
Our guest is Elizabeth Peterson, a teacher, author, host of retreats for teachers and founder of the Inspired classroom specializing in arts integration through SEAL (social-emotional artistic learning).
On this episode we discuss: teacher self-care, the importance of a professional tribe, teacher networking offline and online.