The Allison Loves Math Podcast
Celebrating leaders, legends, and trailblazers who are empowering the world to love math.
Denis Sheeran, the author of Instant Relevance and a former math teacher, loves helping math teachers to make math more interesting, relevant, and engaging for students.
In this episode, we cover:
- Stepping out of your comfort zone as an educator
- How a simple trip to New York led to...
Laura Link, the founder of Link Private tutoring and the Communications Director of The National Test Prep Association, loves helping students with math (and everything else) on the ACT!
In today's interview, Laura shares with us:
- How to introduce test prep correctly (and...
Today we speak to Punam Saxena, parent coach, host of the Edu-me podcast, and author of the upcoming book, Power Parent.
In this episode, Punam shares with us:
How to build a strong relationship with your child's teacher and school Parent Guilt: What is it and how to get a handle on...
***A quick note on this episode: We had some tech issues with this recording so you will hear some distortion, but Ginah had some great pieces of advice that I didn't want you to miss. Enjoy!
This week, I interview Ginah Taylor, a mom of 6 homeschooled kids, about the mathematics of weight...
In this episode, we speak to Danielle Bettman, Mom of 2, positive parenting coach & host of the Failing Motherhood Podcast.
In this episode, Danielle shares:
- How and why to create a family business plan
- How to identify the real reason your child is melting down
Today, we speak to an amazing parenting coach, Katherine Saltzberg, about a huge obstacle to success in math, STEM, and school: social media distractions.
In this episode, Katherine shares with us:
- 3 rules to better manage time on social media
- How to set boundaries (and stick...
Today, we speak to Jen Higgins, Certified Personality Coach, Statistics Major, and Enneagram Ninja.
In this episode, we cover:
- Tips for homeschooling your kids
- How to discover your child’s learning style
- Recognizing if your teaching style is different from your child’s...
Today, Chelsie Washington, host of the Weird Mom Podcast, updates parents of high school juniors and seniors on what they need to know about college applications.
In this episode, we talk about :
- The best time for students to ask for a letter of recommendations
What do high-achieving students need to know about the SAT and ACT? Amy Seeley, the co-founder of the National Test Prep Association, shares the inside scoop for parents whose kids are applying to the most competitive colleges.
Amy Seeley is the founder of Seeley Test Pros, the co-host of the...
Today, principal and author, Chris Skierski shares with us a unique and effective classroom setup that helps math teachers to better reach, motivate, and more effectively teach math students.
Chris has written two books, Reach Them All and Taking Control of Your Classroom Management. In...
Today’s interview with Vickie Brett and Amanda Selogie, civil rights attorneys and the hosts of the Inclusive Education Project Podcast, is all about supporting parents and their children, who need access to special education resources.
In this episode, we dive deep into:
In today's interview, I talk with business coach, mom, and host of the Frickin Awesome Entrepreneur Podcast, Alissa Daire Nelson.
Alissa walks us through how to identify and best utilize our strengths using the Strengths Finder Test, and how to teach our kids to do the same. In this...