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"sarah thomas" Discussed on Around the NFL
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"sarah thomas" Discussed on Around the NFL
"I've gotta prove to myself that i belong because it starts with me the more smack at i like to have a good time out there and i take it back to our playing. I hated the officials Hated may so. I just don't want to be recognized if you will wanna do my job in. Have a good time while. I'm doing it that's awesome. What plans do you think. We could put in place in order to make officiating and coaching careers. More commonplace for women and young girls. I believe that the nfl is doing that. I think you're seeing a lot. More of course females in various roles within the nfl. And it's funny when the nfl does the other conferences in colleges and it just kind of trickles down and it's just letting them get in at a grassroots level start. Coaching your peewee. Your son's team or your brothers team in working your way up. And i truly believe when they're seeing more women out there more women will get involved absolutely Do you have a favorite call or signal or hand signal these are. These are so fun to watch. I just wanna make sure i get right. I definitely don't want to call pass interference and give the hand signal for holding kind of like the out in the safe. I know i'll is the unusual ones that we don't call too often that you go. Oh gosh what is it. You know when. I'm giving my preliminary sell that but now it's whatever so on that note i'm gestures. You can't do out there that she would like to do absolutely well. This is well above my pay grade. And i mean everything is but i couldn't help but think there are some official hand signals. That could use a more modern upgrade. And i have a few ideas in mind to kind of live and things up. Do you mind if i run them by you. Run bobby okay. So this first one. I don't believe has its own specific signal yet. It's the fumble. Sarah and i think i'm thinking the best way to illustrate fumbles by making total. Yikes face shifting your is back and forth and then just kind of shrugging anxiously like like desk just like a big oops moment thoughts suggestions like this is a team effort sir. I'm totally open to scope. The funny thing is we don't do a signal during a fumble but we do throw a beanbag okay and that's kinda like oops i guess if you throw it all right fumble. Okay good so next time. I'll be looking to see if you're doing this out on the field on the next one is delay of game so of course no the the current signal like small no fence. But that doesn't make any sense at all. So here's what i propose. You tap your wrist repeatedly like you're cartoon waiting in line and just go ahead and thrown i roll or smirk for good measure like yeah like the. The judge does the delay of game. So i'll i'll pitch it to the back judges and say hey. I think we should consider okay dots. That's all i'm asking for just to get it just to get an introduction. That's awesome so now. This one coincidentally also doesn't add up for me sarah. It's the personal foul. And i mean like what is that. I think we totally scrap it. And instead act out that denzel washington like thank god gif- the one where he puts his hand on his heart and takes a sag relief. Yeah that feels personal like any feedback there when we call it in the signal. I thought you were going to say it's more like punching or something. Yeah yes they did. the business. There was official. That said that one time okay. So the washington the plug for him. I think that's good. Yeah so if you wouldn't mind taking these up the ranks I'm happy to to pitch these at a meeting. Or or whatever. If you think they're worthwhile like you. There are a lot of other people that are way but my pay grade talk to them. That have more Pool i guess if you will but yeah i can talk to somebody okay great. That's that's awesome. Thank you so much. All right sir. Before i let you go i wanna play a game. We play with all our celebrity official guests. It's called good call bad call and i'm going to read through some statements. Some some football related some not so much. Rapid fire style. And you tell me if each is a good call or a bad call right signing beyond to a lifetime super bowl halftime show contracts as a great hall she is. She's bad to the bone because she could have people in front of others say yeah. Yeah putting olives. And a nacho dish meant for a group good call bad call. Bad call wearing vertical stripes very slimming. Yeah good call. Good listening to murder mystery podcasts. Before you go to sleep bad hall screaming at the refs at a youth sporting events back haul. Okay doing the gritty. Td dance after making a solid point in a business meeting. Oh yeah definitely call absolutely proposing to a significant other at a football stadium right. Yeah starting an email with the words. It's nice to meet you Beco- doing tiktok dance.
"sarah thomas" Discussed on Around the NFL
"Is time to grow to ricky hollywood who may be slaughtering us in the upcoming segment a sit down or virtual sit down with sarah thomas. The first female official in the nfl gerald power. Let it rip rookie okay. Joining me now is trail-blazing. Nfl referee. Sarah thomas sarah is the league's first full time female official. She's been officiating. Nfl games for six seasons. Now right sarah right. I just finished my six seasons crazy. I know and the most recent of which culminated with her working as the down judge in super bowl fifty five sarah first of all. Thank you for joining us. Second i have to ask. Does your head hurt from shattering. The glass ceiling you know. I like to say shattered the grass ceiling. So it's a little softer. Yes israel on a turf. I guess pet no i i just. I don't even think of it that way right but i know that it is a milestone for so many young girls that are aspiring to do something that they don't have to say. Can girls do that anymore. Because osama is believing it and they can go do it. So sarah ura basketball player in college and a good one. Do you think being an athlete or former athlete should be a requirement for a career in you know being a referee. I don't know necessarily a requirement to be an official definitely can say that it it helps me in My mindset just being a former athlete and the coaches teammates is kind of like the same thing in the world of officiating. We have our supervisors are coaches and we have our teammates which we call crew so is just being able to get through that constructive criticism in applying it. Or your successes. That's great but knowing that you get to share it with other crewmates teammates but it's just those trying hans as a former athlete that you just have to dictate when you don't think you can run another suicide and you just have on that straight to keep going is a lot like the mentality. I have out there on the field. I don't know necessarily requirement. But i can tell you. It definitely helped me. I mean it. You've got to be super athletic though. I mean what is the preparation for a game During the off season but there really is no off season with. Nfl officials are really even college officials. But it's Lifestyle of maintaining type of strength and conditioning. If you will and the older. I get. I just wanted to wear. I don't I stay in shape enough to where i don't injure myself right right And yeah you've got to be mobile and we go through jilani drills at the beginning of the season but at some point you don't up in age and all that athletic ability i mean. I know that the mindsets fair. I'm going to be throwing out the first pitch at my son's game this this saturday in meridian by cool now might going. Yeah but it's a long time since i've actually thrown a baseball from the msa that yeah when you get in your fifties and sixties. I think athletic ability just goes away. I think it's more of like maintaining To where you don't get hurt so for the picking for the super bowl. The process was like i gotta get my forty time down. If i wanna make this game or how does that. How did that process happen. No i make us. You've got to be able to move. Okay no we gotta be able to move be in position and be focused out there on the field. But those forty yard sprints really don't mean anything because You know we can't keep up with the players out there on the field. We just say. I'm out on the sideline. I'm hoping that the defensive team will come at the slowdown. The running back up. Give me give me a little relief air. We were graded every game in the. Nfl is graded really. Yes and so you start out. Let's say with one hundred and you can only go down from there so it's like you won't make sure you're correct and if you throw something that's That hurts your chances of play offs. The the ranking from number one number two is a very very small percentage so it yeah so every. Every game is graded for every official. Wow okay i did. I had no idea that that that's cool. Do you have a twitter. Do you see what people are talking about when when the officials are happening during during the game. Yes oh i have. A twitter is kinda secretive that i've started like tweet stuff about my kids. My oldest is the middle infielder just having the time of his life at meridian. Nice and i have a junior. That is a six five. catching Is a switch hitter so as starting to of want to tweet stuff about them but as far as the stuff that's on twitter or any of the social media outlets it doesn't bother me as kind of comical if you gotta be people sit behind a computer screen or on a phone and they feel as if god in their experts about everything but i don't see them out there plan themselves united so is just. Is there any specific calls. You've made at any point in your career. That really stick with you for better or for worse i would say there are calls that you may that you know it impacted the game in you want those to be in a very positive way and then the ones that you sit back and play that just eat situ or keeps you up at night. I would be lying if i said that. They're they're not those but you just have to stay. Put it to bed. That was a play my rookie year. That i i called the fourth time out. And there's only three per half inch just wanted to crawl in the tar but you learn from you learn from those any just have to have short term memory. Because if he's still thinking about it the next sunday work is kind of like playing. Or if you make you better clear your head because the ball's coming right back at you. Yeah i was umpiring for One of my brothers. Little league games like fifteen years ago and i was on first base and it was a really tight game. It's little league in new. England like didn't mean anything and i remember saying. Oh but i did the safe sign and the parents on the you would have thought that. I made the biggest mistake of my entire career and that was the last time i did it so i think there's something in you. That is definitely a better better than me. Let's just put it that way. I don't know somebody asked me. One time i go. How do you get prepared for like the players. And the coaches in her go. Little league football flag football in literally like it. The peewee league. The fans in the coaches is is not s- yeah soccer now brutal. It was when you did that. Oh yeah now. I still still don't sleep at night because fifteen years later. Do you have to feel like you ever have to sorta talk more smack or sort of not hide your femininity but also sort of like. Show these boys you know. These men huge Players and coaches like you mean business never never never. I learned this through probably athletics..
"sarah thomas" Discussed on Around the NFL
"I think i think they must. It tells you good things about what they think about. Aj dylan Because he's gonna shift in and become a lead guy but jones zero places again. I'm just saying this stuff happens though where it's like especially at the running back position they don't wanna pay eight million dollars to a running back and they're and they're telling us that but i mean there. Are these suggestions that maybe jones goes out and test. The market doesn't get the deal he thinks and comes back to green bay. May then you get for more than one season gone if he hits the open market. He's i mean. And if you really do value aaron jones put the tag on them and then try to work out a deal and then if you can't deal still on your team or maybe trade him if you really wanna go down. I don't know man i again. There are people out there that know the packers better. But it just struck me as strange the bucks. Re-sign levante david to a two year contract. Twenty five million. Twenty million guaranteed Thirty one years old. Pf their number one coverage linebacker last year. So this guy is one of the great Defensive player is a bucks history. And now he's got a super bowl ring on top of it and now he's got more security. So good for labonte david. Greg is just one once a little bit while the money surprised me. A little bit another Favourite he was on the you know i remember early. Two thousand thirteen fourteen on our podcast of this is one of the great linebackers in the league. I think if if he had been on the patriots or some other team he you'd be talking about him as a potential hall of famer. Maybe he'll get there. I am looking for though a text. That i just know. Oh make you happy. Dan from our friend. Mike berkowitz who you know is a big patriots fan. And i wanna get this right but the the the idea is basically he like. He's basically transferred allegiances. He still loves the patriots but he started. He's one of those guys that just started rooting for the bucks. And he was like it's nice to finally root for a franchise that like veterans holds onto the guys that have been risk great in their uniform. It's nice to finally worked for for a franchise with loyalty. You're what a smooth i mean. He really hits the ground running as a fan to go friday right. The patriots experienced right into this right. He still likes the patriots but that's it cracked me up. Sounds like you like tom. Brady more than like the patriots. But no i'm with them on a percents All right let's see. Speaking of the patriots are taking phone calls were hearing on the keel harry their underwhelming wide receiver. I believe he was the second round pick a couple of years ago. And what kind of market does that guy have greg. Let's be honest here Not much. I don't know i have this. Why is this even like an urgent thing happening right now. Who is how many how many how many are calling the patriots. I saw this report to yesterday. And it's like okay. I thought you'd have fun with it. See sometimes they try to give you some red meat there. the because it's a sign of dislike. It's just funny when these reports because to me it's just like hey if i'm gonna kill harry reid airport. It's like hey bill belichick hates you. That's what i would read it to it. It's like this first round pick. That didn't work out clearly and all so there's like there's like a line of teams out there that are like super into nikiel harry after what he's done over the past two seasons a great game against the seahawks last year that's flat lines like in like thirteen other games and there's multiple teams hitting the patriots complex up trying to get him are usually work for the patriots. We have a very are poverty. Means is a big audience. You actually carry water trying to move the keel harry and trade right. Now i'm laughing at it. I don't know he has struggled. He played damir bird the patriots ninety percent of their snaps last year. I saw this while. Doing that was the second of any free agent wide receiver. That's how bad their offense was. Jakobi meyers was by far their number. One receiver they were desperate to. Have harry do anything the last couple years and they drafted him over. Aj brown now and kills me because they were very they were looking for a certain type of player and they're very similar types of player and man. Did they make the wrong choice. Between those so to be clear you're not using our platform to improve the patriots. What are they gonna get a fifth round pick maybe All right in cuts. News cuts cuts cuts guard. Kevin zeitler of the giants Vikings tackle riley wreath. Titans cornerback malcolm butler all. Hit the street Butler was not the biggest problem in that tennessee secondary but he was a highly paid. I'm sure he'll get work. not sure what. The situation is with riley reef zeitler. Actually great well this year. Pf but maybe again this comes back to the one eighty three salary cap situation and the giants needed that versatility. I he'll find a job immediately. Zeitler guys they're they've maybe it is different this year to some degree does certainly feels. Maybe it also. Because i don't have west to help me out but it's like feels like i'm adding a lot of guys to this top hundred less over and over. These guys are in the forty to seventy or eighty range. They're like landon square in the middle riley refill. He'll get a job he'll start. I'm.
"sarah thomas" Discussed on Around the NFL
"The point is it isn't but to to mark's point. They wouldn't have done that. Press conference when josh allen scientists deal. If josh allen talks for one forty five the cut away after fifteen minutes. I've seen it. I've seen it. I've been annoyed by it. Actually when they do it too quickly eat if it was lamar jackson. When he signed says deal they'll cut away. They're not gonna leave it on tv. But it's because people watching people like i you know. And they are. They are different and they're similar now that they have this quarterback on their contract for forty million. I think it's overrated. That's like you can't build a team around a quarterback with a lot of money that that to me is overrated. But it doesn't mean that we all weren't right when we. I guess two years ago that the cowboys are just gonna end up paying way more dragging this out. This is not something. We're second guessing we set if we go back and listen to the podcast. Two years ago he said them dragging their free is gonna cost them more money. And the two contracts that have changed the quarterback structure the most are kirk. Cousins dak prescott. And it's because they got to the franchise tag because they got to the second franchise tag so they did not self evaluate. That's been something that i've been banging on this entire time. We've ever had a podcast jerry. Jones biggest problem. He doesn't know who's worth pain or not on his own roster and i think that it costs them a little here i mean nothing crazy but if they just paid him a couple years ago they'd be paying eight or nine million dollars less they'd have a little more or less a little more to spend the contract. Seems okay to me. Doesn't seem i mean it's all funny money at a certain point but i. I didn't get the feeling when i read the news. Like oh man. This really did screw the cowboys in the end and a four year deal. That's i think works for both sides. You know i think about it. Though in i know you just said you don't put much stock in it. But i think History backs it up. A little bit is once you do sign that second contract out of your rookie deal does get harder To build a team. It just dollars and cents. I just believe what was the third round. Pick dak fourth fourth round pick and it's fair to to wonder if dallas already had its best chance to win a super bowl with dak prescott when he was making virtually no money when they had that dominant offensive line and ezekiel elliott was at the top of his powers. And you had the opportunity us all that extra cap space to build up a defense to make a well rounded team that could never do. They had a couple good years there But now they have to go about business in a different way and and getting back to the point and on some of you're saying mark that with the cowboys it's all sizzle and no steak sometimes. Is it going to be different. This time i've they've learned lessons. Are they gonna take this salary absorbed into their cap and be able to now rebound off last year. We'll see i don't i think one thing that's fair to say is they don't really deserve the benefit of the doubt in terms of team building. It's just the results have been there. I do say. I do think that the addition of dan quinn at defensive coordinator i know he totally flamed out in atlanta but the coordinator world is just so different. I think that's gonna be great for them. I mean they have needs on defense in all a lot of players. That last year completely fell off a cliff. We're better in previous years. Not under that horrible a year ago and so if that can improve i do get look at this offense and how productive dak prescott. I mean he was on mvp pace when he got injured. Why can't they duplicate that. All those. For the most part the skill position players are all coming back. He eason's concern. He's an interesting player docked. Because you know even on the show. We've been a little up and down because he was so good as a rookie. One of the best rookie seasons all time by a quarterback not as good the next two years but his fourth year to me. He was so good that that that prove beyond a shadow of a doubt where he was which is as a top eight to ten quarterback. Maybe even better than that and then he started last season. Great to if you could play that while on your four season i mean you're legit but it's interesting. I think it was because he was a fourth round. Pick that the cowboys trusted him ultimately a lot less than the rams trusted goff in the eagles trusted whence. Here's dak the last one standing with this team. I think the zeke elliott contract is going to haunt them a hell of a lot more than it already is. Say the one. What is how many more guaranteed money. Years the z. Because that feels like the next domino here. How are they going to have flexibility now back under contract to get get out of that z. Contract but he just signed it last summer. Wasn't it right. He only has is guaranteed money through this year so actually as even though they would have dead money to cut him or trade him next year like they'd still save money so he he needs to play. Well i think this year to remain a cowboy where where does ezekiel elliott fall on your twenty twenty two fridge. You wanna one. That's where it's a question. Twenty-seventh i'm gonna i'm gonna make a prediction right now. Only seven twenty seventh next year right before we go. Full skip bayless. Let's get out of this cowboys. Talk and talk about other things in the nfl The the chiefs are making a big move at offensive line. Couple big moves. They have parted ways with both of their starting tackles former number. One overall draft. Pick eric fisher veteran mitchell schwartz in a move that saves close to twenty million against the salary cap But puts the chiefs the defending afc champions in a position where they have to rebuild their offensive line in two key spots..
Maia Chaka becomes first Black woman official in NFL history
"What she thought when she got the call she said yes and she's our person of the week tonight. The history made the nfl announcing maya shock. Thirty eight years old from virginia beach has become the first black female official in the league's history. Maya has been a college football official for years and for the xfl and when not on the field. She's teaching at risk at home. In virginia beach. It gives those girls opportunity to see okay. I see my teacher work with some people that don't look like her. And maybe that gives me opportunity look work with some people that don't look like the also today. Maya joins sarah thomas who broke the nfl gender barrier as the first female official in two thousand fifteen the first woman to officiate the super bowl. And right here maya. Hi david telling us about the moment. She got that call and so excited to be a member of the national. Football league officiating. Staff i'll always remember that day. My response was. I think i'm getting punked. She wasn't tonight. Maya and her message as long as you put it into work and you have a strong work ethic and you strive for greatness and you strive to get better than all your dreams and goals and aspirations will always come true. We love it. We choose maya shock. We'll be looking for her on the
Sarah Thomas becomes the first woman to officiate a Super Bowl
"Bowl. However, this is not the first time she's made history and football in 2015 Thomas became the NFL's first full time female official, and in 2019, she was the first woman to officiate an NFL playoff game. Hey, ABC. So Cal Weather mostly clear this evening and
Sarah Thomas will be the first woman to referee a Super Bowl
"Sarah. Thomas is no stranger to history-making she's already done it twice as the first permanent female. Nfl official in two thousand fifteen and the first woman to officiated nfl playoff game and twenty nine thousand nine. Now she'll do it for a third time as the first woman to officiate at the super bowl on february seven. She'll be the down judge in the crew of eight officials for the super bowl in tampa. You go sarah thomas on.
Sarah Thomas will be the first woman to referee a Super Bowl
"Next month, Sarah Thomas will be the first woman to ever officiate the NFL's championship game. Cool, Yeah, that she also broke the barrier for the playoff game officiating and 2015 when she became the first female to do that. She's been an NFL rap for six seasons and has four playoff games under her belt. That's awesome. Yeah, cool. It's cool,
Sarah Thomas will be the first woman to referee a Super Bowl
"Big news for women. Nfl referee sarah. Thomas will be the first woman to officiate per bowl. The nfl announced that she will be the games down. Judge they say that elite performance has earned her the right to referee super bowl. Fifty five she was the first woman to officiate an nfl playoff game. Two years ago super bowl fifty five wealthy played in tampa on february
Sarah Thomas to be 1st woman to officiate at Super Bowl
"Executive Troy Vincent said Thomas's elite performance has earned her the right to referee Super Bowl 55. Thomas was the first woman to officiate in NFL playoff game That was two years ago. Super Bowl 55 played It's 6:30 P.m. eastern time. This year. It's in Tampa, and that is on February 7th. Now we're in the middle of a pandemic, and we deal with stress in different ways. Maybe sometimes you just want to scream. You go outside. You doing
"sarah thomas" Discussed on Max Q from Peabody LAUNCHPad
"They have written pieces About the life cycle of star and have been paired with scientists from the institute To find images that relate to their pieces so we'll be recording Will be recording album with them in baltimore partially in baltimore as a video. Shoot in new york towards the end of the semester. Where really excited about it. It's it's fun to start closing this out. What advice would you have for current students. Sometimes i feel hesitant to even offer advice to current students because i have so much to learn from them but maybe that's part of my advice is to remember that. Yes you are students but you're also artists and musicians in you already. Have artists musicians dancers. Researchers you already have so much to contribute I wanna say that. I that i also want to reiterate to be curious and ask questions and look for experienced the experiences that you haven't had before Whether that means seeking out collaborate collaborations with peers. Whether that means seeking out mentorship taking a class that has or elective that has very little to do with your major There are so many things to learn that can inform what we do in getting out of our comfort zone or out of kind of our routine plays such a large part in that and transferable skills are a very real thing in a very important thing both taking skills from other work or other projects in applying to our artistic practice and also taking skills from artistic practice in applying them to other work. Both things are really Really useful and i can often be really fulfilling so i think my two biggest pieces of advice are remembered that you are already in artists and also remember that. There's a lot more to learn a lot to be curious about. Thank you so much. Sarah so glad you're here with us today. Thank you so much for having me. You can learn more about sarah at her website. Sarah thomas violent dot com. You can also visit bergamo quartet. Dot com to hear the group's music and subscribe to their newsletter A theme music. For the max. Podcasts composed by vincent fasano..
"sarah thomas" Discussed on Max Q from Peabody LAUNCHPad
"There are so many things to learn that can inform what we do in getting out of our comfort zone or out of kind of our routine plays such a large part in that This queue podcast peabody's launch paddle dedicated to demystifying life after graduation every episode. Sit down with the recent peabody lama to get take on what life is like for working artists in today's world. War jobs book balance finances time. Angela we discussed that and more. Hi everyone i'm christina fancier. Today's interview is with sarah thomas. Who was a violinist and chamber musician. Who graduated peabody twenty. Nineteen she currently performs with the bergamo quartet who are pursuing professional studies. Diplomas as the graduate string quartet in residence at manas school of music in new york city. Sarah is also a teacher freelancer and works with us at the peabody launch pad office. Hi sarah thanks so much for joining us today. Thanks so much for having me. It's our pleasure so to get started. Could you tell us a little bit. About what your life looks like right now for sure So about two months ago. I moved from baltimore to new york. City has been a really exciting in a big life. Change in the middle of what is kind of a strange time. These days I moved to new york to start a degree at the mannes school of music with my string quartet. The bergeman quartet where. We're studying with the jack quartet as the graduate string quartet in residence. So that's been a really big part of my life in the last month or so getting started with school. I moved here from baltimore there for seven years. And as i've been settling into new york I've been also teaching remotely working launch pad remotely and getting back into a hertzel's with After several months off which has been really exciting for us. Socially distance with masks Can you tell me a little more about bergamo and how that journey has been for you. So bergamo.
"sarah thomas" Discussed on OnEducation
"Anything there. Give us some information. Totally so edgy. Match is edge. dot org is publishing. Com ed edgy. Match foundation dot org. I feel like i'm leaving. Some edge courses dot com and on twitter edgy underscore match will lead you to all of the other ones. You know you'll see the retweeted all the branches me. I'm sarah the teacher as they are a hda t. e. H u r and Desma blogs serta teacher dot com or surgeon. Thomas dot com. That's thank you amazing. Sarah thomas thank you. Thank you so much for being awesome. Supporter of the podcast. You to a bunch of the episodes always tweet when you are always laying. Yes listening to this episode. Yes we love really round it. We notice it and we appreciate it. I smile every time. I see one of those tweets because it just means your your your You being you in our audience means a lot to us. I think and so appreciate that so much. Appreciate all your support and thanks so much for coming on the podcast for a third time. Thank you so much. Thank you for having me and thank you so much for all the job do for education. Thanks for listening to on education. My name is glenn arvind. My co host is mike. Washburn on education is part of the podcast media network. You can listen to this show and many others by great educators like monica burns. Mike mattera tissue richmond and many more by visiting on podcasts. dot com. Wanna get in touch with us. Check out our website on education. Podcast dot com. You can tweet us at on education pod. Mike is at mr washburn on twitter. And i can be found on twitter at herb spanish. You can find this on facebook by visiting facebook dot com slash on education pod. We're also on instagram at on education pod. If you're enjoying the show and think others were to. We would be thrilled if you shared it with them. Please leave us a rating or review in apple. Podcasts or google podcasts. Would you leave a rating it gives our rankings. Boosts this helps others discover the show. We want to thank our presenting sponsor participate for supporting us. Check out participate dot com to learn more about them. Thanks as always for listening state. Awesome and.
"sarah thomas" Discussed on OnEducation
"You're not going to be spreading it to each other. It's already so crazy. That yes it's it's insane and adrian. Thank you so much for this tweet. I think this is a thing where i see some of these tweets on on twitter. And that's the reality. That's what i here in here. Every single day From my colleagues And it's it's the environment that we're living in and now i'm just always hoping that we come up with solutions you know. That's that's what i want is is ways to be able to address these things and help our teachers and these are some of the ways like what you just described a both for the virus for health reasons. We should take that week and imagining that we were able to do some sort of professional development in distance way an online way where they teachers could seek out solutions to things nods philosophy. Whatever might be. It's like we need the like a strategies that work in a different You know whatever whether it'd be in class to make those relationships work etc we need those things So it's a tough tough thing and we knew there was going to be. We tow. it said it. We said at the summer who was going to be. You know this fall was going to be hellish. And it's definitely been that wash hands wash face where ask stay home save lives yes i love it. That's the equation. When we come back we had a very fun conversation with sarah thomas and you don't wanna miss it so stay with us. Welcome back.
"sarah thomas" Discussed on OnEducation
"Friends. We have an awesome pod for you. Today we'll talk about all the new toys that have come out for been announced recently. Which ones we're going to buy which ones we're going to take a pass on. Everyone's tired we'll talk about. How sustainable our work. This school year is and our guest. This week is educator. Ceo of match. And friend of the. podcast. Sarah thomas my twitch channel. Yes mr thing. I'm working a lot on it. Just past four hundred followers would. That's awesome so it took me. I think i created my twitch account in like twenty sixteen twenty fifteen. It took me two hundred to get the two hundred followers like four years. And i've i've gotten i've gotten the other two hundred so i i. I hid two hundred followers. Sometime around. September yes so since september two. Now i've i've added another two hundred but it's super hard though that'd be people you probably think well that doesn't seem like a lot. Streaming is so hard. It's super competitive. Yeah time slot so if you think of this. This is what i was thinking about. When i 'cause i you know i obviously watch a lot of twitch streamers specifically about harsh though sometimes about fica because i'm a big nerd But these people are on forwarded four plus hours. Just say a day so they fill civic time slot everybody so just so you know. It's kind of like having the radio or the tv in the background. That's how it is to be. You know kind of this thing where you are. It's a personality you're used to and they're obviously doing something that you enjoy that you can have interactively with them but they dominate a huge space. So it's not like tv where it was a thirty minute timeslot. Mike you know about for you. Where whenever you decide the stream how many thousands thousands and hundreds of thousands of other tamers are streaming at the exact same time especially when i'm dreaming minecraft supplying craft is the hardest one to compete with because there are literally thousands of people streaming minecraft any given at an at any given time. Yes and some of those people have thousands and and and tens of thousands even of people watching them which means that it's called discover ability and discover ability is super low on twitch It makes it very hard to grow. You have to work super hard. It so i have been in. I actually have a really big announcement. That i'm yeah i'm gonna say detail lake. Okay i thought this is like the flood. This is like the tune in next week for the big announcement But i'm working on it. I'm just not ready yet because interesting the topic though as we've we've discussed this on on the side of whether we should You know when a kid says. I want to be a youtube or would it be a streamer you know. In general whatever might be twitch stream whatever to just sco yes. You can do this but just understand help incredibly difficult it is and i watch a bunch of hard early twenty year old I wanna column post college graduate students who have put their whole life into doing that right as a career and they're just grinding it out barely living you know they say that to you know i need every little thing. You know a subscription They even if it's a of the amazon prime thing subscription or a little donation here and there just to pay their rent and then there grinding out these long days of you know eight plus hours a day to try to. You know the more that they're on the more likely it is that they like you just said discover ability so yeah. I'm super excited about your announcement next week to kind of help us delve into that next that because it is an interesting thing it's happening right now and it's super complex And i think a lot of people think it's like you turn it on you. Press stream all these people are gonna watch. Imagine i'll tell you it's the same thing with podcasting right. I say really. it's really hard To get discovered by an in. Podcasting there isn't i would even almost suggest in a lot of ways it's a it's harder Because really the only good place to see other. Podcasts is like literally on i tunes Like a lot of these apps on the phone don't have super good discover ability So so it's hard unless it's all word of mouth like on education was built basically on twitter big and just people sharing and other people sharing We've run ads on things like overcast before But they're getting way too expensive. We just ran. We just finished one actually like a couple days ago And i'm not sure we'll ever do it again because it was it was close to five hundred dollars. Jeez for a one month add on overcast. And it's We may be got thirty subscriptions out of it can. That just doesn't seem that in worth it at all So podcasting you. You don't instantly. And that's why a lot of do podcasts. And then they stopped them as a you know they it. It takes a long time to do a really good podcasts. It's a lot of work. I'd say collectively between the hours that you spend working on it and the hours that i spent working on it. We're probably in the range of three to four hours in episode if i had to guess You know so you know a lot of people. Just don't have that time for maybe getting twenty download the episode. And you know like you to you know. Obviously quite a bit more than that. Thanks the y'all of you you right of course important for them to share you know safe lately here important with someone. It makes me super happy when someone just gives a tidbit of something that happened in an episode. It just even something funny like People talk about because. I mentioned my jeans last week. Whatever anything that strikes you that could have someone else listening. They they listen. They're you know they're energized by the pilot. Like yeah i could. I want to listen to more of this. Abby awesome. which brings me to this mike. Okay to new podcasts. That i wanna give a shout out to because education podcasts spaces so crazily filled right now. there's so many ethnic i just this past week. I swear i saw five new podcast. Come out that. Were education related podcasts. And the super difficult to do one of them is a friend of the podcast. She listens every single week. She is a School embassador along with us and a tasha has had casts and it is called. I wanna make sure Black and blonde k and it is freaking hilarious The tasha's humor And and her who are co host is and the dichotomy between the you know they're talking obviously they're talking about racial topics related to education and it is freaking awesome So i would highly recommend if you you're interested in that gopher. Listen to that to another podcast. That's came by way of fred of the podcasts Andrew revo who he had me coach a one of his friends. His name is michael garcia edge. Just basically like give them the like. How do you even get started right. it was..
"sarah thomas" Discussed on Flipboard EDU Podcast
"Would not have even if it wasn't for that same friend refers Davis, I saw refunds and Oh my God despera- frauds and I went up and. Hello Frost are you as she? She asked me she was like, do you blog I was like She's like, do you blow and I never considered it and has she not been that in my head I would not be right here talking to you today. Is Phenomenal. Animated People I've ever met his yes you guys are amazing and. I. I really WANNA. Just you know just look at the fact like a talked about Kobe era I talked about the struggle, but they are teachers struggling right now who are new. Start like Serotonin start off like a William. Jeffrey. What advice would you give that teacher? man they. Were I would recommend. Stability Network I'm paraphrasing friend villager network before you need it. Because goes people will have your back like on the good days on the bad days they would cheer for you when when you need it, they will pick you up when you need it. But but you know building that network making it as global as possible and getting to know people beyond just service level just really getting to know them as people like you know there's some folks that I probably will never meet in life i. hope that we did a chance. To meet. But face to face we might not be able to make because we're on two different sides of the but you know we are such good friends if we ever did meet then it would feel like this was somebody that grew up with their something that we're reconnecting. You know. So I would say using social media where they already are a lot of people are on facebook. There's so many groups that are popping up left and right right now as a response. You, know what we are dealing with this Sunday have been there for a while well, but I'm really starting see people flock to these groups that are just kind of starting up as a response to pandemic people are building their connection on twitter. You know twitter's where I got my start. There's so many people on their social media plan every major ones there's some kind of educator present south they look for them wherever wherever listeners. Just. Go ahead and look the educator wherever you want. And you said, you have a podcast which I've been a guest new podcast several times actually twice but So you have your podcast and what else do you guys do? We have our book, Edge. Match Publishing Dot.
"sarah thomas" Discussed on Flipboard EDU Podcast
"You match amid Valerie Brian Burrow Smith Guy. Right there Omega the shelley. In there I mentioned Dr Wheel early, Dr Meals. He's always about the money to edge for Noor so Who Martin Martin Brown. Lisa was at least O.`Neil. As it yes. At least if we're. Really showed me I'm sorry will at Fraser who visit Oh man I would say your name two of our publishing teams don't give them shots really quickly. So you already name our team Brown, the frazier we have a doctor tool in toy over in callie. We have Gandhi Froehlich Melody McAlister. You know just doing great things and also shot out the board for the foundations. So you know Tammy Neil Dr enjoying again. Hope CAROLINII and mom is on the board. Well, my mom. And I start naming naming people beyond that wouldn't be out here all day. I hate to tell you under the bus but one of the tenets of this podcast is we talk about the four CS. It's really agencies where we talk about the foresees creativity communication collaboration critical thinking in the collaboration piece is so important to me during this time where we have the an expanded opportunity to do. So I'm how do you encourage teachers to collaborate because you told me to? Well, you didn't tell me on air, but I know that some of the teachers who write books are some of the people who write books are actually teachers how to get that to to work. Is Amazing just how many people are out there willing to connect and to share their stories and it's wild because a lot of times you have to pull out of people. Like because as educators a lot, a lot of folks very kind of shy and they feel like they don't have you know they feel like whatever they would share the money's already said it but I mean, really no is going to be able to tell a story the same way in a way to tell it in a way that you tell am I hit differently for some here and there you may differently I offer hearing it for me. So for people to be able to share their story filtered through their own land own experience, you know it's just amazing just come together and Now over the years I've been seeing more and more people that are eager to get their message out there because I mean, we see all of these needs in our field and we see see good we see the things that need to change I mean it's been a rewarding experience over these sixteen years to kind of see education shift and that was kind of more grassroots. You know teachers and administrators everybody. All educational stakeholders just are connecting beyond their role beyond geography and creating these networks and just sharing freely what they know and what they've learned in what they want to now also. been it's just been really inspiring power come back to the grassroots now. Who inspired you to get started in teaching, and then once you got started in teaching who is barred you to grow as a professional Man. A lot of people like a chat out right now. I would say that when I was a little kid I wanted to teach but then somehow I straight away from that but the person who really encouraged me to to begin independent education with my mom you know she started teaching middle school around the time I was a sophomore or freshman sophomore in college and I started coming down helper setting up her laptop. It's like this is where I wanna be I have all my credits done in my major field but you know let me see if there's a way for me in and luckily there was. So you know my my whole family, I think of a huge shout out to them because. Was Not always easy I know the first two years I almost. Did, not make it. But. They they were there for me the entire time. Encouraging me pushing me you know and it's from. The I learned a lot just by by watching them with their various projects. They had when of the kid just just kind of picking up things here and there. So our kids are watching us. That was watching her. Absolutely. Snout at your teacher, you got a lot of support who grew you professionally, what principal would assistant principal would collie said, hey, you can do this with these kids. Oh Wow that especially during question, there were a few along the way that were really supportive. A really there I have to say again, the the beginning was not easy there were there were always people that are here to Kinda help out into cheer, but sometimes, it just wasn't a good fit I would say that things started to begin to turn around my third year. I really have to thank the administration at at my third goal they know who they are the principal, the principal when when I was in. Elementary School. So it was honored to work with her, and then after that I went to another school and the principal there was definitely a multiplier and she she was like, okay, no trust. You make the decisions and I I got to put a lot of my energy into driving not just surviving. You know I wasn't constantly watching my back afraid to do something and messed up and get caught I was actually speaking out ways to grow into learn to try new things for my students with my students from my students. You know all of those different things and then after that went to one more school and the principal, there was also phenomenal. All of my colleagues were phenomenal. I. It's a lot about that that empowering culture in a climate school. And some that I heard, you say because I could share this story with you. I. Was not the best teacher in the beginning as a matter of fact, I didn't know that it's each and it my coworkers at Jeff Davis High School was where I worked. It is the most racist name that you can have a hostile after. Davis School, and all of my colleagues were phenomenal and I remember this on that would have got me in trouble with astute not I reprimanded student in the wrong way and Michael. He's brought me to the table was like that's not how we do stuff. This is how you do it on the classroom management and they mentored me. Colleague say now that they senior growth, they knew the old person do you ever have any of those people? Yeah you know it's funny because now in my role, you know work with several different schools. So it was it was funny because one of the schools the had like a couple of years back with one of the earliest school where West and I mean it was a different you know different administrator but a lot of the same people were there and also would kinda see them move around different places and I mean I I think that quite honestly, if I'm GonNa be honest, I think they might have been surprised to see me still in here. You know like I, don't know how many years later. Moved around so much like the first the first. It five years in four different schools. So I'm surprised myself by staying that long. But after that fellow love with the job like I was already in love with teaching you know I loved working with students from day one that's what brought me to it but actually the whole teaching and learning process I really started to get into that. And really get a love for it around year five. I was kind of a late bloomer. You know once I got my. Own. That you bloom I think that we're just going to be honest. This show is about the your impact that you have done arm on various. including. Myself Now I. Didn't know you guys until twenty fourteen, but I.
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"sarah thomas" Discussed on Mom Brain
"They're absolutely incredible. You can find them on amazon <hes> but what was interesting. This is where the utensil things come in is that as i was cooking i was noticing these little black ribbons in my my food and housing. That's so interesting. I didn't cook that very well. There's not crispy. It's not i haven't burnt anything and what i realized was that the spatulas that even though they're from really great brands and even though they are supposed to be super safe and up to a heat that i am not using mm-hmm little flecks of them were flaking off into my food and into the food of the kits now oftentimes. You'll hear that we eat like a credit card size of plastic every every single week and you know this has to do with plastic water bottles and stuff like that but it is coming from other things i had. I not gotten these green pan that are white right and you can really see what's going on. As your cooking i would have never known that spatulas actually do melt and leak tiny little bits into my food so i made the change to cooking with would <hes> i think it's really smart i have a lot of different kinds of bamboo and would <hes> spatulas and spoons that and it was hard because those silicone spatula are amazing for flipping things and creating beautiful plates of food and stuff like that but it's not worth it if you are ingesting plastic and you are having your children in just plastic <hes> so green pan taught me a lot. I also feel really great cooking in them because i know that nothing nothing is leaching into the food <hes> and we really have to be very thoughtful about what our kids eat on in terms of their plates what we're cooking in what we're cooking with <hes> so i highly recommend this. It's my favorite thing. Today is called the kitchen helper or maybe it's just kitchen helper. If you have seen these floating around instagram and i'm sure you have because it's how i discovered them. It is a basically an enclosed stool for your kids to stand on and be pushed up next to the counter durham be sort of adult so they can not just see what you're cooking but potentially give you a hand if they're old enough. It is so cool because you don't have to. I mean i would literally be. He's standing there holding one or two children who would try to climb on the same chair at the same time from falling off and also trying to stir the pot or chop things with the other other hand and i was always nervous with them falling off or tripping or or you know trying to get up or down and this is great because you kind of just enclosed them in and it keeps them at a and it's a really stable surface so it keeps them from toppling over to but i just look i i grew up cooking with my mom and my grandma in the kitchen. Admittedly i did not have a kitchen helper when i was doing <hes> and and it was how i initiated my love of food and my love of cooking in how we shared recipes and family traditions and and all of the memories that i have of of those times with my with my family are so important to me. I really want those for my kids as well so i do try to get them in the kitchen with me as much as possible. I also find it's the time they are most receptive to learning about healthy food and trying new things and there's something really fun about. You know dipping your brad in tomato. Oh sauce that's on the stove or seeing how vegetables change color when they're being cooked or <hes> or just experiencing different smells and the closer so you can bring the that experience home for kids the better especially as you to to to raise and cultivate adventurous happy eaters. There's so anyway. That is my favorite thing for this week and i think you're gonna love it all right guys. That's all for today. Don't forget to find us on instagram. Make sure that you share rate review. Tell your friends about as deeply as we'd love. How many people are joining our mom brain. Community breath want to watch us on youtube. We're on youtube and until next time i hope some of this was helpful though try it out and let us know email as mom brain pod at g mail dot dot com by this membrane with alario baldwin and jaffna's membrane gallery media group original production..
"sarah thomas" Discussed on Mom Brain
"There's you know they try and take the pressure off the what everybody knows that it's like high pressure situation to dine out with your kids and we've gone around and talked places that are very very welcoming to families but also have really high high quality food and beverage for the adults as well out. We ask here on mom brain. What your favorite thing is favorite thing is actually adjust. I got on the recommendation of my future sister-in-law who has a one year old baby and he has the greatest sound machine that has ever existed. I'm convinced into the it's for children but i bought it for myself. It's the hatch baby rest and it's like the it's outstanding. It's outstanding sound machine and i like i live in a little apartment in astoria construction everywhere and it starts really early and there's all these street noises and all the stuff and my fiance. I have very different schedules. I get home late. He gets up early all the stuff. I got this thing and we don't hear each other. We don't disturb each other anymore and i don't hear the construction and it's like genius so that's very good. That's a really good favorite thing that are guys that was sarah thomas <hes> she's absolutely amazing always incredible to me these people who come in and she's not a mom but she has such good sense <hes> <hes> because she's almost very connected to her own childhood and she has a children in her life <hes> but she's got a really good sense of of trying to bring adventure church onto our children's plates so i'm really excited to try <hes> <hes> some kind of bringing calamitous kitchen themes into my home. We've already done some of it. We love the bucks. <hes> a highly recommend getting them. If you're interested in following sarah you can find her on instagram at ask s. e. s. s. underscore thomas or you can follow columnists kitchen at cala modest kitchen <hes> i do i i started following them like immediately idiot because i just was like this woman has all the answers and i must know absolutely every single thing that you know <hes> you can also find them. Online calabasas kitchen.
"sarah thomas" Discussed on Mom Brain
"Should taste good because it should be pleasure. Food is pleasure and when should i stop and and really enjoying the experience but putting it in the grand scheme of things that i don't have to be obsessing about food all the time and i think that it's something that very very few of us actually figure out how to do when i really i mean i. I knew i wanted to be a parent one dad if i wanted to have as many kids as i've had but i i i would always say to myself. Look i need to fix this because i know i wanna be a mom. One day and i don't wanna pass on my stuff to other their people into my babies. I wanna make sure that this stops with me and then my children can have their own journey <hes> and i can of of course have the wisdom and knowledge you know to along the way to help them but i really want to make sure that that they i'm not putting my own shit on them him and <hes> and and it really has has been incredible to live in a way now where i can do those very simple things they are are so simple but they're so difficult so <hes> so i i think it's it's wonderful going going to a place of children being able to to to be experimental and realized that food is fun but then also putting it in the grand scheme of things i mean it's not so easy to be introspective and thoughtful when you're an adult i. I think you have so many other things go. We all have so many other things going on. It's very very easy to you know you're you're extremely thoughtful about what you're trying to feed your children grimm. It's very easy to forget to be thoughtful about what you're feeding yourself <hes> and to answer those questions truthfully and honestly to yourself <hes> and i think this is also a way to get a <hes> adults to think about their own their own issues their own thoughts on food and feeding and eating and family time <hes> in a way that they they can do with their children. I mean and imagine if you start that process young if you get kids to be more thoughtful about what they consume <hes> bill naturally make better better decisions as they get older. That's and that's what all of us want for the next generation <hes> with your parent or not. It's it's it's the future is a lot brighter. If kids are thoughtful about what they consume mm-hmm yeah yeah one hundred percent. Tell me about your restaurant guide. Absolutely we have the taste bud travel guide on our website. <hes> we're currently live in fifteen cities with plans to to go much bigger very soon. <hes> basically it's a curated list of places where you and your family can have food adventures.
"sarah thomas" Discussed on Mom Brain
"Being a mom is the toughest job there is and it doesn't come with instructions so it's okay if you don't have all the answers mo figure it out together. This is mom brain the larrea baldwin and daphne as hey guys welcome back to mongering. I'm daphne and i'm ilaria and daphne. Daphne is on maternity leave. How are you feeling hot out breath yep yep. That's pretty much uh-huh pretty sure that all of you guys can relate to that especially if you have summer babies and wonderful in so many ways like you don't have to bundle them up once third born but true and you can go for walks outside. It's no joke doing that final month in this crazy crazy crazy heat so we're all thinking being about you and drink lots of water so i went off on my own and recorded some episodes and i missed my partner in crime but we are looping her in here today. You chatted with sarah thomas from column on his kitchen. <hes> who is she. What's what are you talking about. Sarah thomas thomas who i ran into in l. a. but we're both new york. Base is the chief imagination and story chef at kalamata kitchen. Counter modest kitchen is a series of books <hes> and then that teach kids to be more adventurous with eating and trying different foods and not being so afraid <hes> and is a really really cool idea. They have events <hes> the kids are called their little taste buds and so cute and they will take a pledge where <hes> <hes> where they will agree to try every single food two times now whether you can make it to an event or not make it to an event obviously that is very difficult depending on where you live. She gives us really great tips. <hes> so if you have a picky eater and even if you don't have picky eater and you just want to improve <hes> <hes> the palette of your child and introduce new foods to them and stuff like that this she has some really great ideas so i think you're going to love this one yeah. I'm pumped. I mean look my kids have gone. I run the gamut of that. When when fellow was too she would eat everything literally. Everything i could lentil soup mashed potatoes. <hes> <hes> you know any kind of protein. She was such a great eater and then all of a sudden that are like three three and a half. She decided she did not like fruit. She'll never eat fruit again for taste funky to her and at some point you do have to realize that kids are themselves and they you know they have to be allowed to develop their own tastes. They have to be allowed to assert themselves in certain ways but at the same time i am as a concerned parent and someone who knows the value of healthy eating for every part of growth and development you wanna make sure they're getting a balance. I'm always game to hear are people's tricks and tips and great recipes that kids love and i can't wait to listen to this conversation. Enjoy this conversation with sarah thomas. We're going to ask you to introduce. She's yourself. Oh sure i m sarah thomas. I am the co founder of colorado's kitchen and the author of our book series and i'm also a suddenly liberated an and and i'm really excited to be here so i have a very interesting story guys to. There's this juice bar when we go stay in l._a. <hes> usually working being always working <hes> we always stay at the beverly wilshire <hes> which is really nice in beverly hills and it for new yorkers. It's great because it's a very walkable walkable. Pardon you can find your starbucks. You can find your rite aid and you can find your gym and so it and the kids have their playground..
Sarah Thomas' Food Adventures for Picky Eaters
"This is mom brain the larrea baldwin and daphne as hey guys welcome back to mongering. I'm daphne and i'm ilaria and daphne. Daphne is on maternity leave. How are you feeling hot out breath yep yep. That's pretty much uh-huh pretty sure that all of you guys can relate to that especially if you have summer babies and wonderful in so many ways like you don't have to bundle them up once third born but true and you can go for walks outside. It's no joke doing that final month in this crazy crazy crazy heat so we're all thinking being about you and drink lots of water so i went off on my own and recorded some episodes and i missed my partner in crime but we are looping her in here today. You chatted with sarah thomas from column on his kitchen. <hes> who is she. What's what are you talking about. Sarah thomas thomas who i ran into in l. a. but we're both new york. Base is the chief imagination and story chef at kalamata kitchen. Counter modest kitchen is a series of books <hes> and then that teach kids to be more adventurous with eating and trying different foods and not being so afraid <hes> and is a really really cool idea. They have events <hes> the kids are called their little taste buds and so cute and they will take a pledge where <hes> <hes> where they will agree to try every single food two times now whether you can make it to an event or not make it to an event obviously that is very difficult depending on where you live. She gives us really great tips. <hes> so if you have a picky eater and even if you don't have picky eater and you just want to improve <hes> <hes> the palette of your child and introduce new foods to them and stuff like that this she has some really great ideas so i think you're going to love this one yeah. I'm pumped. I mean look my kids have gone. I run the gamut of that. When when fellow was too she would eat everything literally. Everything i could lentil soup mashed potatoes. <hes> <hes> you know any kind of protein. She was such a great eater and then all of a sudden that are like three three and a half. She decided she did not like fruit. She'll never eat fruit again for taste funky to her and at some point you do have to realize that kids are themselves and they you know they have to be allowed to develop their own tastes. They have to be allowed to assert themselves in certain ways but at the same time i am as a concerned parent and someone who knows the value of healthy eating for every part of growth and development you wanna make sure they're getting a balance. I'm always game to hear are people's tricks and tips and great recipes that kids love and i can't wait to listen to this conversation. Enjoy this conversation with sarah thomas. We're going to ask you to introduce. She's yourself. Oh sure i m sarah thomas. I am the co founder of colorado's kitchen and the author of our book series and i'm also a suddenly liberated an and and i'm really excited to be here so i have a very interesting story guys to. There's this juice bar when we go stay in l._a. <hes> usually working being always working <hes> we always stay at the beverly wilshire <hes> which is really nice in beverly hills and it for new yorkers. It's great because it's a very walkable walkable. Pardon you can find your starbucks. You can find your rite aid and you can find your gym and so it and the kids have their playground.
"sarah thomas" Discussed on OnEducation
"Podcast. Everyone would seem like an eternity ago. Sarah thomas was is one of our first ever guests on on education and she's back for round two. She's decided to grace us with their presence again. Thankfully fully we weren't so bad so welcome to the podcast sarah. Thank you so much for having me. You guys are amazing. I'm so i'm so happy. Obviously you're all like from the beginning and just everything bill this is this is amazing. You were there at the beginning. Actually you read one of the people that got to listen to that first episode. Yes yeah way so let's take a minute and just tell everyone a little bit about who you are what you do where you're from all of that stuff before. We get started sure okay hello. Everyone named sarah thomas. I'm a regional tech. Coordinator live in virginia a work in maryland <hes> uh-huh and i work with a very large district <hes> it's fifteenth year did i will be starting shortly and <hes> let's see here. I've taught every grade from i twelfth. Currently i work in central office in work to help support a technology integration in schools. I'm also an affiliate faculty which is kind of like an adjunct a professor at a local university and also the founders slash c._e._o. Of much of that is amazing and sarah. You're <hes> very publicly reflective person so we've actually ran into all kinds of times at different conferences but just kind of like mostly in passing while running to and from session or a beating <hes> but we really haven't had a chance a good chance to really chat so we'd love to know just what you're thinking about these days regarding education or what are you working on these days mcguinness. I would say that probably the thing that has driven me for the last five years in his taken over every facet of my like no. I'm just joking sound a lot more dramatic than it is but i'm extremely passionate about people telling their stories about the just being close to the situation like as educators how we are in the classroom or in the district or or what have you and we see successes. We see the the challenges. We're in a perfect position to address dumb <hes> same thing with our students you know even even more importantly our students and they can you know they can move mountains with their power. You know collectively and individually as we're seeing. There's some we talk a lot about stories to and you're going to hear us talk a lot about more. <hes> were kind of building. Some ideas centered around stories because podcasting has a lot to do with telling stories as well and <hes> when when you when you started talking about that i thought about mandy specifically who you who you work with <hes> a lot maybe frolic who's been on the podcast but there's also another one of those super transparent educators in terms of like really talking about what's on your mind what she's feeling feeling <hes> in some not all of that always positive necessarily in in the sense that <hes> you know this is what i'm struggling with right now and and what do you think about the idea that <hes> you know the idea that educators maybe that speaks to the idea that educators need to be appear to be vulnerable appear to you be working through things and thinking about things in a in a really thoughtful sometimes deepen you know even <hes> you know in a manner that isn't always you know bright sunshine happy happy you know that kind of stuff right right because as much as we want life to be bright sunshine happy happy then that's not always the reality and is important to talk about the good the bad the ugly the beautiful all of it just so that we can learn from one another <hes> support one another throughout challenges and just just keep.
Sarah Thomas to make history as first woman to officiate NFL playoff game
"But history will be made in Foxborough on Sunday. Sarah Thomas, an NFL official will be the first woman to officiate a playoff game. When the pats take on the chargers at one o'clock this is her fourth season working as an official for the league. She served as an alternate for the NFC wildcard game last season between the falcons, and the Rams Thomas was also the first woman to be hired as a full-time official by the league. And the first woman to officiate in a major college