Teachstone Podcasts

Teachstone continues to lead conversations about early childhood education with our engaging and informative podcasts.

Big Topics. Even Bigger Impact.

Teachstone’s newest podcast is hitting all the big issues in education. Impacting the Classroom brings together researchers, policymakers, and educators who are making a difference in education.



Teachstone is excited to bring you episodes of Impacting the Classroom, the show where we talk about the big topics in education and what those topics mean for educators and the children they serve. 

Meet Our Host

Marnetta Larrimer
Marnetta Larrimer gained her experience in the field of early childhood education by serving in many roles, including owning an award-winning family child care, directing a public pre-K program, and teaching infants, toddlers, and pre-K children in different settings. She’s also worked at a Child Care Resource and Referral Agency where she did training, coaching, child assessments, and adjunct work at the university.

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Teaching with CLASS® explores topics that are important to educators while giving tactical strategies they can implement right away in the classroom.

Real Stories. Real Strategies.

Join us on your journey as we dive into daily life as an educator. We explore topics that are important to teachers while learning about and sharing tactical strategies you can implement right away in your classroom! And, as always, we are powered by CLASS®!

Teachstone is proud to announce the return of Teaching with CLASS®, the podcast that explores topics that are important to you while giving tactical strategies you can implement right away in your classroom. Each episode probes topics selected to help you deepen your connections with children and enhance their social, emotional and cognitive development.

Be Humble, Be Teachable, and Always Keep Learning

Meet Our Host

Monica Pujol-Nassif
Monica holds a B.A. in Early Childhood Education from the University of Costa Rica and a M.S. in Cognitive Behavioral Disabilities from NOVA Southeastern University.
Monica has worked with children from Birth to Five since 1994 and has held roles from Teacher Assistant to Director of Programs focused on Early Childhood Education, encompassing Infant Mental Health, Preventing Childhood Obesity, Early Intervention, Inclusion, and Parenting Programs. Monica also served as faculty for a Community College and has supervised the implementation and delivery to fidelity of research-based models such as Classroom Assessment Scoring System (CLASS), Teaching Strategies GOLD, Developmental Screening ASQ-3 and ASQ-SE, Pyramid Model, Parent Leadership Training Institute, Trauma Informed Care, Environmental Rating Scales, Diverse Learners, Parents as Teachers, Touchpoints and Montessori.
In her role as Senior CLASS Specialist, she is a CLASS Reliable Observer for all ages, Infant to Secondary, as well as a Facilitator of various Trainings, Consultant, Advisor, and Coach for all Age Groups.