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eduCATE: Caring Activist Teachers for Equity is a podcast series for current and aspiring educators. Hosted by Dr. Jennifer Martin, this podcast is a venue to discuss current issues in education, books of interest to students and teachers, and key figures within the field of teacher education

eduCATE: Caring Activist Teachers for Equity Jennifer Martin

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eduCATE: Caring Activist Teachers for Equity is a podcast series for current and aspiring educators. Hosted by Dr. Jennifer Martin, this podcast is a venue to discuss current issues in education, books of interest to students and teachers, and key figures within the field of teacher education

    S2E4: reciproCATE (facilitating responsive school cultures by building caring relationships)

    S2E4: reciproCATE (facilitating responsive school cultures by building caring relationships)

    Jamar Scott is an elementary school principal in Springfield, IL. He joins Jennifer Martin to discuss classroom management and building relationships.

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    • 36 min
    Episode 3: authentiCATE

    Episode 3: authentiCATE

    View the the show notes. Julie Brien is a secondary teacher and artist in Auckland, New Zealand. She joins Jennifer Martin to discuss critical issues of identity in the classroom. You can reach Julie by email at bluestarjules@gmail.com. 

    • 30 min
    Episode 2: vindiCATE

    Episode 2: vindiCATE

    Craig Wood is a teacher, writer, researcher, unionist. He is employed full-time as a research officier for the Queensland Teachers' Union in Australia. He joins Jennifer Martin to discuss cross-cultural neoliberal education policy.  You can reach Craig by email at cwood@qtu.asn.au.

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    • 45 min
    Episode 1: compliCATE

    Episode 1: compliCATE

    Dr. Julie Hoffman is a literacy coach for middle school and part-time faculty member for Teacher Education at UIS. She joins Jennifer Martin to discuss diverse books on location at the Highlights Conference in the Pocono Mountains in Pennsylvania. You can reach Julie by email at thereadeologist@gmail.com.

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    • 26 min
    Episode 10: PrognostiCATE (Rogerian Praxis)

    Episode 10: PrognostiCATE (Rogerian Praxis)

    Dr. Denise Bockmier-Sommers  is a professor of human services at UIS. Denise discusses her research on the work of Carl Rogers and how that has impacted her teaching practice. You can reach Denise by email at dsomm2@uis.edu. 

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    • 33 min
    Episode 9: equivoCATE (Don't Do It)

    Episode 9: equivoCATE (Don't Do It)

    Holly Kearl is the founder of Stop Street Harassment. Holly discusses her research and the status of street harassment globally, as well as educator responsibilities for school-based sexual harassment.  You can reach Holly through her website or at stopstreetharassment@gmail.com. 

    • 51 min

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Well done!

Dr. Martin asks great questions that help inform and is a wonderful interviewer.

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