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Teaching to Thrive is a podcast committed to sharing ideas that strengthen the everyday lives of Black and Brown students within our schools and communities. Each episode is aimed at empowering our knowledge for collective liberation.

ATN - Teaching To Thrive Bettina Love & Chelsey Culley-Love

    • Education
    • 4.9 • 168 Ratings

Teaching to Thrive is a podcast committed to sharing ideas that strengthen the everyday lives of Black and Brown students within our schools and communities. Each episode is aimed at empowering our knowledge for collective liberation.

    Anneliese Singh Author of The Racial Healing Handbook

    Anneliese Singh Author of The Racial Healing Handbook

    We sit down with Anneliese Singh, Author of The Racial Healing Handbook, to discuss how we heal.

    • 47 min
    Rodney Robinson - 2019 National Teacher of the Year

    Rodney Robinson - 2019 National Teacher of the Year

    • 41 min
    Woke Kindergarten

    Woke Kindergarten

    We interview with the creator of Woke Kindergarten, Akiea "Ki" Gross.

    • 46 min
    Building Trust With Students Online

    Building Trust With Students Online

    Episode two, we discuss how to build trust with students, so online learning can be a space of joy and love.

    • 30 min
    ATN - Teaching to Thrive

    ATN - Teaching to Thrive

    Teaching to Thrive sits down with SEL expert Rosalynne Duff to discuss racial justice and SEL.

    • 19 min

Customer Reviews

4.9 out of 5
168 Ratings

168 Ratings

Amanda Brinton ,

Food for the abolitionist work!

Thank you for your authenticity and willingness to dream and work tirelessly out of the box. As a school social worker I see how much is broken systemically and working intentionally from a white supremacy lens. Thanks for allowing me to start to see that WE can dream and work differently.

halloweenie23 ,

Revolutionary

The episode with Rodney Robingson is brilliant and it motivated me to write a review. As a first year Latina teacher struggling in the middle of a pandemic, you all remind me why I started teaching in the first place. Thank you for the work you do, you all are inspirational. I’m still learning how to be an abolitionist but I am teaching in a
primarily white school and I have not seen a Black student yet. It’s a culture shock, as I was raised in a really diverse neighborhood. So I feel uncomfortable even bringing up matters of race and other controversial topics around them. Thank you for your podcast, y’all are the professors I always wanted.

Cloud9KateRD ,

Love this podcast!

So excited that Dr. Love has her own podcast!

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