#224 Textured Teaching (Lorena Germán pt.2‪)‬ Teach Me, Teacher

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Hello everyone! Today we are seeing more and more people discuss education. While this is good in many ways, it is also leading to multiple groups accidentally—and in some cases, purposefully—misusing terms embedded inside of quality pedagogy. Words and phrases such as equity and social emotional learning are now feared and demonized in many circles. Other circles simply want to know what it’s all about.



If you missed part one of this talk, click here. 



Lorena Germán is the author of the upcoming book Textured Teaching: A Framework for Culturally Sustaining Practices. Lorena Germán is a Dominican American educator focused on anti-racist and antibias work in education. She’s a cofounder of the groups #DisruptTexts, and Multicultural Classroom. She is the director of pedagogy at EduColor and is also the chair of National Council of Teachers of English’s Committee Against Racism and Bias in the Teaching of English.



In this discussion, we cover



* Social justice, and what it looks like in the classroom

* The power of narratives

* Facts about how education has and continues to fail many communities



ENJOY!



(PS: I believe the last 10 minutes of Lorena's closing thoughts are some of the best of the show. Don't miss it!)



 







This episode is sponsored by Heinemann—the leading publisher of professional books and resources for educators—and by their new book Teaching Writing in Small Groups by Jennifer Serravallo.



Everyone’s turning to groups in this unique school year so they can teach more efficiently and spread the learning further.



Jen shows you how to make the most of small groups. She gives you seven different options that help meet any students’ needs. Like strategy groups, guided writing, writing clubs, and more.



She provides writing progressions to help you decide which students to group and why.



There’s even video that demonstrates Jen’s teaching in a variety of classrooms.



If you don’t have Teaching Writing in Small Groups, head on over to Heinemann.com to read a sample chapter. Find out what you’re missing and order yourself a copy today.



 







Planbook has been the established leader in online lesson planning since 2010, offering collaborative lesson sharing, flexible administrator access, and even student view tools for just $15 a year. Using Planbook, educators can build customized school years, classes, and lessons 100% online, directly inputting class materials and up-to-date standards from all over the world. Enter code “TeachMe” (one word, no space) at sign up to join over 800,000 Planbook teachers today and get your first year for only $5!

Hello everyone! Today we are seeing more and more people discuss education. While this is good in many ways, it is also leading to multiple groups accidentally—and in some cases, purposefully—misusing terms embedded inside of quality pedagogy. Words and phrases such as equity and social emotional learning are now feared and demonized in many circles. Other circles simply want to know what it’s all about.



If you missed part one of this talk, click here. 



Lorena Germán is the author of the upcoming book Textured Teaching: A Framework for Culturally Sustaining Practices. Lorena Germán is a Dominican American educator focused on anti-racist and antibias work in education. She’s a cofounder of the groups #DisruptTexts, and Multicultural Classroom. She is the director of pedagogy at EduColor and is also the chair of National Council of Teachers of English’s Committee Against Racism and Bias in the Teaching of English.



In this discussion, we cover



* Social justice, and what it looks like in the classroom

* The power of narratives

* Facts about how education has and continues to fail many communities



ENJOY!



(PS: I believe the last 10 minutes of Lorena's closing thoughts are some of the best of the show. Don't miss it!)



 







This episode is sponsored by Heinemann—the leading publisher of professional books and resources for educators—and by their new book Teaching Writing in Small Groups by Jennifer Serravallo.



Everyone’s turning to groups in this unique school year so they can teach more efficiently and spread the learning further.



Jen shows you how to make the most of small groups. She gives you seven different options that help meet any students’ needs. Like strategy groups, guided writing, writing clubs, and more.



She provides writing progressions to help you decide which students to group and why.



There’s even video that demonstrates Jen’s teaching in a variety of classrooms.



If you don’t have Teaching Writing in Small Groups, head on over to Heinemann.com to read a sample chapter. Find out what you’re missing and order yourself a copy today.



 







Planbook has been the established leader in online lesson planning since 2010, offering collaborative lesson sharing, flexible administrator access, and even student view tools for just $15 a year. Using Planbook, educators can build customized school years, classes, and lessons 100% online, directly inputting class materials and up-to-date standards from all over the world. Enter code “TeachMe” (one word, no space) at sign up to join over 800,000 Planbook teachers today and get your first year for only $5!