EduCatered: Rachelle Dené Poth

Key Points

  • As educators, in can be great to get involved in tons of different groups and activities.

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At Getting Smart, food, education, and innovation are at the heart of our recipe. This podcast mixes it all together to get to know teachers that are doing the work and making a difference. 

We start with the appetizer: what makes these educators unique. Then to the main course, stories and experiences that have helped to shape their practice. Finally, dessert, some tips for what you can do next — creating a future of learning that works for everyone.

On this episode of the EduCatered podcast, we’re joined by Rachelle Dené Poth, a Spanish and STEAM educator who lives in Pennsylvania. She is also a Getting Smart Columnist and active conference goer, tweeter and the first person to jump into a new tech solution. 

Shawnee chats with Rachelle about a range of topics, ranging from the importance of being involved to apple pie. She also expresses gratitude for the work of Katie Martin, a friend of Getting Smart as well! You can check out Katie’s episode of the Getting Smart Podcast here.

Let’s dig in.

On Food

I love sharing [upside down apple pie] and enjoy the conversations that get started after people eat it, like “How do you make it?”

Rachelle Dené Poth

On Diversity

I’m super involved and occupy tons of different roles every day. I have a love of learning as well as a love of being a student (and teacher). 

Rachelle Dené Poth

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Elsa Villarreal

I love to continue learning about other perspectives even though I am now a retired elementary school teacher.

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