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Tudisco an English teacher and Mealey a Math teacher have a podcast called Unprofessional Development. They interview people from the world of education and have a good time doing it. They have the kind of conversations that take place in the workroom, the bar room or the coffee house. Swapping stories and educational philosophies with both sincerity and snark. When you are with them you feel like you are hanging out with your teacher friends laughing and learning about this crazy profession we have in which it is okay to be unprofessional sometimes.

Unprofessional Development EP 38: D ...

Today, we sit with a good friend of ours, Amy...

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Unprofessional Development EP 37: B ...

Our guest this week?  Bruce Dixon: entrepreneur, education advocate, and...

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Unprofessional Development EP 36: ...

We sit down with Sarah Mullins:  teacher, trainer, and author...

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Unprofessional Development EP 35: P ...

Mealey and Tudisco get to catch up with their personal...

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Unprofessional Development EP 34: A ...

Our guest this week is the dramatic English teacher Alexandria...

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Unprofessional Development EP 33: K ...

Today we sit down with elementary educator Keenan Lee.  We...

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Unprofessional Development EP 32: A ...

Our guest this week, Aida Hadzovic, teaches in Brooklyn, runs...

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Unprofessional Development EP 31: D ...

We have a hilarious interview with Derek Coghlan, an English...

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Unprofessional Development EP 30: F ...

No guest-- just us!  Today, we read some lovely fanmail...

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Unprofessional Development EP 29: C ...

This week, we interview our first Scottish guest, Chris Smith! ...

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