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Deeper, different, discussions on the topics that matter most to educators. UnearthED is part of the TweetED Channel covering the best Twitter education chats of the week, with lead anchors Dr. Brad Gustafson and Ben Gilpin.

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Deeper, different, discussions on the topics that matter most to educators. UnearthED is part of the TweetED Channel covering the best Twitter education chats of the week, with lead anchors Dr. Brad Gustafson and Ben Gilpin.

    Getting Ready for the Race Discussions Waiting for Us As We Return to School

    Getting Ready for the Race Discussions Waiting for Us As We Return to School

    We start with the belief that most education leaders bring a good heart to the challenge of managing their school communities. In this episode, we discover what good intentions are insufficient to meet the leadership needs of the moment. More importantly, we look at what school leaders must add to their skills to cultivate systemic change in the areas of social justice and equity.

    Follow on Twitter: @gustafsonbrad @benjamingilpin @MisterMinor @jonHarper70bd @bamradionetwork

    Cornelius Minor is a Brooklyn-based educator. He works with teachers, school leaders, and leaders of community-based organizations to support equitable literacy reform in cities (and sometimes villages) across the globe. His latest book, We Got This, explores how the work of creating more equitable school spaces is embedded in our everyday choices -- specifically in the choice to really listen to kids. He has been featured in Education Week, Brooklyn Magazine, and Teaching Tolerance Magazine. He has partnered with The Teachers College Reading and Writing Project, The New York City Department of Education, The International Literacy Association, Scholastic, and Lesley University’s Center for Reading Recovery and Literacy Collaborative.

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    Getting Ready for the Race Discussions Waiting for Us As We Return to School

    Getting Ready for the Race Discussions Waiting for Us As We Return to School

    Are we ready for the sensitive, complex discussions about race and social justice that will be coming to our schools next term? Black lives matter, policing, social justice, equitable education are the big themes, and the prevailing sentiment is no. Join us as we take the first step toward getting ready to manage the challenging road ahead.

    Follow on Twitter: @gustafsonbrad @benjamingilpin @MisterMinor @jonHarper70bd @bamradionetwork

    Cornelius Minor is a Brooklyn-based educator. He works with teachers, school leaders, and leaders of community-based organizations to support equitable literacy reform in cities (and sometimes villages) across the globe. His latest book, We Got This, explores how the work of creating more equitable school spaces is embedded in our everyday choices -- specifically in the choice to really listen to kids. He has been featured in Education Week, Brooklyn Magazine, and Teaching Tolerance Magazine. He has partnered with The Teachers College Reading and Writing Project, The New York City Department of Education, The International Literacy Association, Scholastic, and Lesley University’s Center for Reading Recovery and Literacy Collaborative.

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    Unlearning the Habits That Undermine Our Attempts to Support Great Teaching

    Unlearning the Habits That Undermine Our Attempts to Support Great Teaching

    Our attempts to support great teaching often fall short of our objectives, time table, and consistency. What practices do we need to unlearn or completely abandon to support teachers more effectively?

    Follow on Twitter: @gustafsonbrad @benjamingilpin @robyn_mindsteps @jonHarper70bd @bamradionetwork

    Robyn Jackson is the CEO of Mindsteps Inc. a professional development firm for k12 Educators. She’s the author of 10 books and the host of the podcast School Leadership Reimagined.

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    Five Things We Wish We Knew About Distance Learning Before We Took the Leap

    Five Things We Wish We Knew About Distance Learning Before We Took the Leap

    We’ve come to realize that our response to COVID-19 is more accurately described as emergency remote learning. Which raises the question, what does it really take to do distance learning well? Follow on Twitter: @thomascmurray @gustafsonbrad @benjamingilpin @bamradionetwork Tom Murray serves as the Director of Innovation for Future Ready SchoolsⓇ, a project of the Alliance for Excellent Education, located in Washington, D.C. He has testified before the United States Congress and has worked alongside that body and the US Senate, the White House, the US Department of Education and state departments of education, and school districts throughout the country to implement student-centered learning. Murray serves as a regular conference keynote, was named one of “20 to Watch” by NSBA, the “National/Global EdTech Leader of the Year” in 2018, the “Education Thought Leader of the Year” in 2017, and the “Education Policy Person of the Year” by the Academy of Arts and Sciences in 2015. His best-selling book, Learning Transformed, was released in 2017 with ASCD, and his new book, Personal & Authentic was released last fall. Connect with him at thomascmurray.com

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    Preparing Schools to Go the Distance on Social Distancing

    Preparing Schools to Go the Distance on Social Distancing

    Our guest is a medical doctor and a nationally recognized voice on COVID-19. Join us for a discussion on what we need to know to go the distance with managing the pandemic in education.

    Follow on Twitter: @gustafsonbrad @benjamingilpin @bamradionetwork

    Dr. Nick Gilpin is the Chief Medical Officer at Beaumont Hospital in Grosse Pointe, MI, and he is an assistant clinical professor at the Oakland University William Beaumont School of Medicine and Michigan State University College of Osteopathic Medicine. He is board certified in Internal Medicine and Infectious Diseases, and his medical practice is based in the greater metro Detroit area.

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    Covid-19: Is Closing School Really The Right Thing to Do?

    Covid-19: Is Closing School Really The Right Thing to Do?

    Many school leaders are struggling to calibrate the right response to the coronavirus outbreak. We feel stuck between a rock and a very hard decision. To close or not to close? That is the question we’ll unpack in this episode.

    Follow on Twitter: @gustafsonbrad @benjamingilpin @bamradionetwork

    Brad Gustafson is the principal and lead learner at Greenwood Elementary in Minnesota and author of Renegade Leadership: Creating Innovative Schools for Digital Age Learners. Ben Gilpin is currently the principal at Warner Elementary School in Spring Arbor. He has a Master’s in education from Spring Arbor University and has an Educational Leadership Certification through Eastern Michigan University.

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