Welcome to the Teacher Collaborative Podcast: Share What's Good.
Teachers are natural problem-solvers. In this podcast, hear K-12 teachers describe how they are reimagining learning in the 2020-21 school year. This school year is filled with unprecedented challenges and opportunities and Massachusetts educators are at the forefront of figuring it out. If you’re inspired by teachers who challenge the status quo and strive to elevate the profession, we invite you to meet these awesome educators.
Productive Struggle: Teaching and Learning in Times of Turmoil
Listen to educator mentors and hosts of “Real Talk, Real Time” Chandra Joseph-Lacet and Gorgette Green-Hodnett discuss what teachers are feeling and needing through the pandemic, along with special education teacher & mentor coordinator Alison Sheedy and second grade teacher Julia Haidar.
Sharing the Love and the Load: Educators and Community Organizers Make Education Better for All
Schools are unique because they engage so many different stakeholders and are often integral parts of the communities that they inhabit. In this episode, we talk to education organizers from Teach Western MA and the Cambridge Equity Collaborative about what it is like to really make a school an inclusive, culturally responsive space.
Sharing What's Good
In this bonus episode, Teacher Collaborative team members read educators’ submissions about what’s going well so far in the 2020-21 school year.
Putting Passion into Project-Based Learning
Our episode title may be a tongue twister, but the work of developing project-based learning doesn’t have to be. Listen now to tap into how project-based learning is fueled by a teacher’s passion, a community’s fervor, and, well, a few other key nuts and bolts (we can’t give it all away!).
Anti-Racist Teaching in Action
What does anti-racist teaching really look like? In Episode 2, teachers Masha Stine, of Lawrence Public Schools, and Stacey DeCotis, of Hanover Public Schools, share their personal anti-racist teaching journeys, lessons learned, and approaches to anti-racist pedagogy.
Civics Buffs Ask Great Questions
Questioning practices matters in every classroom and every subject area. In the first episode of Season 3, Rob Powers, Social Studies Coordinator for Plymouth Public Schools, and Jon Bassett, teacher and creator of The Four Question Method, discuss how the right questions can drive student engagement and increase inquiry in the classroom.
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Loved hearing from teachers and learning about the amazing things they are doing.
Congratulations. Informative and fun.
A podcast by teachers and for teachers. Excited to hear more.