What are the defining moments that change educators’ perspectives and renew their commitment to education? Tune in to EDpiphany and hear about "Ah-hah!" moments and life lessons delivered by educators for everyone!
S2 E8: Say This, Not That
For the final episode of Season 2, Jovial Joe and Charismatic Caryn joined me at Studio 85 to explore A Progressive’s Style Guide. Language and word choice matters and what is, and is not, acceptable to say is ever evolving. Hear us grapple with ways we can put people first by being intentional with our words.
S2 E7: Black Girl Magic
Tune in to this story of a Black Queen who’s killing it. Principal of DC International School, Maya Stewart, shares her Black Girl Magic with us and suggests ways to uplift the voices and identities of Black women everywhere.
S2 E6: 2%
Black Male Educators are good for everyone. We sat down with Sterling Grimes, Executive Director of Program for The Fellowship: Black Male Educators for Social Justice, who told us why this group of educators is crucial to our students’ success.
S2 E5: How To Create A Culture of Inclusion
For this episode, we sat down with the CEO and Co-Founder of oneTILT (onetilt.org), Kimberly Diaz. Their mission is to create more diverse and inclusive organizations. Hear her perspective on episode 4 and leave with advice and resources to promote inclusion in your workplace.
S2 E4: When Inclusion Doesn't Happen
When Dido Balla and Katherine Leiva got an influx of unaccompanied minors at their school, they had no choice but to find new, innovative approaches to teaching. When they approached their leadership with a game-changing proposal, they got an unexpected response.
S2 E3: #LatinasInED
Join me, Carminia Muñoz, Marissa Calderón and Katherine Leiva as we reflect on our K-12 experiences. These powerhouse women are doing incredible work. Carminia works for Teach For America and helps alumni find their own personal visions while honoring diversity. Marissa is the award winning host of the Early Childhood Journeys podcast. Leiva has started two non-profits, FitLit and MetaMindset.
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This is everything! More please!
This is everything! I’m only four episodes in, and I’m hooked on this ed podcast. I listen to many podcasts and this one merges my desire for smart educator chat with self-development and professional development. In each episode I find myself howling with laughter and tearing up in recognition and appreciation. CRC is brilliant with spot-on questions, providing a smooth and inspired listening experience.
I can’t wait for the next season!
Great Insights from today’s educators.
Thought provoking dialogue amongst today’s educators. Entertaining and insightful. Great listen!