Scaffolding Learning in Various Subjects | Episode #2

Scaffolding Learning in Various Subjects with guest, Leah Cleary.
Listen On: Apple | Spotify | Etc.

Episode Summary

Episode 2 is talking all about scaffolding learning through various subjects. Brittany, Ellie, and their guest, Leah Cleary, discuss scaffolding learning, giving background on what it is, how it can be used, how it differs from subject to subject, and more.

The 3 hosts for this week will cover scaffolding learning in various subjects, such as history, math, ELA, and more. Listen in and think about how you can use scaffolding in your classroom. Then, drop us a comment, and share how you’re using or plan to use scaffolding learning in your classroom.

Leah Cleary is a 23 year veteran of the public school system and has taught both ELA and social studies. She has taught at both the middle and high school levels and is now a high school social studies teacher and department chair.

Topics Discussed

  • scaffolding learning
  • building skills
  • strong foundations
  • social studies
  • math
  • ELA
  • vocabulary

Transcript for Scaffolding Learning


Connect With Guest: Leah Cleary

Related Episodes


Please subscribe on your favorite platform so you don’t miss an episode. Whether it’s Spotify, Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, or some other listening app, I encourage you to take a moment to subscribe to The Teaching Toolbox. And if you feel so inclined, we would love a review at Apple or Spotify to help other listeners find us just like you did.

Let’s Connect

To stay up to date with episodes, check out our Facebook page.

Or follow us on Instagram.

Join Brittany’s 6th Grade Teacher Success group on Facebook.

Join Ellie’s Middle School Math Chats group on Facebook.

Brittany’s resources can be found on her website or on TPT.

Ellie’s resources can be found on her website or on TPT.

2 thoughts on “Scaffolding Learning in Various Subjects | Episode #2”

  1. Pingback: Take a Peek into The Teaching Toolbox | Episode #0 - The Teaching Toolbox

  2. Pingback: How to Grade Efficiently - The Teaching Toolbox

Leave a Comment

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *