StudySync Presents The Balance Podcast with Catlin Tucker
Podcast series will discuss the challenges and tips for achieving a healthier work-life balance
Sonoma, CA (Feb. 20, 2020) – Teachers often enter the workforce eager to do it all––design and facilitate lessons, monitor and track student progress, communicate feedback with students and parents, and grade everything. More than anything, teachers want to aptly meet the demands of the classroom and help their students to succeed. In order to support these efforts, and help teachers also make time for their personal lives, StudySync has partnered with bestselling author, coach, and blended learning expert Catlin Tucker to create The Balance podcast series.
The Balance offers insightful conversations between Tucker and experienced education professionals. Each episode focuses on different aspects of teaching, school design and culture, and ways that teachers can promote better learning outcomes while also finding a healthy work/life balance. New episodes are released monthly.
“We are delighted to partner with Catlin Tucker to create this series, offering perspectives from educators to promote a healthier work-life balance,” said Robert Romano, CEO of StudySync. “Teacher fatigue is becoming more prevalent than ever, and it’s important that we offer support to ensure positive attitudes towards teaching, and to help sustain the current workforce of educators.”
Catlin Tucker is a Google Certified Innovator, bestselling author, international trainer, and keynote speaker. She was named Teacher of the Year in Sonoma County where she taught for 16 years. Tucker recently published her newest book, Balance with Blended Learning, in January. She is currently pursuing her doctorate at Pepperdine University and working as a blended learning coach.
StudySync is a leading developer of the most engaging, socially connected, and rigorous academic learning products for grades 6-12. StudySync, its hallmark offering of the same name, is an award-winning, comprehensive English language arts curriculum. The company’s most recently released product, SyncBlasts, expands the company’s scope to include an engaging, supplemental digital inquiry solution for both social studies and science classrooms.
For more information about technology-relevant educational products from StudySync, visithttp://www.studysync.com.
McGraw-Hill Education is the exclusive distributor of StudySync products in the United States.
Charlotte Andrist, Nickel Communications PR