Host Ebony Ramsey speaks with teachers from across the country as they reveal what fuels them to be successful in the classroom.
Season 1 Wrap Up Conversation with Creator Tasmin Harris
The creator of This Is Why I Teach! Podcast, Tasmin Harris, speaks on how the idea came about as well as some of his standout moments from Season 1. He also shares his direction for Season 2.
A Teacher's Passion Has No Boundaries with Jina Meadows
We speak with Ms. Jina Meadows on her passion for teaching as well as unpack what drove to take her English teaching skills abroad and now back home in Atlanta, Georgia.
The Evolution of STEM Programs and Initiatives with Ms. Dena Orfanitopoulos
We sit down with elementary and STEM educator Dena Orfanitopoulos on her passion for STEM programming and an educators responsibility to drive the STEM initiative.
Urban and Culturally Diverse Schools and the Communities that Serve Them
In this week's episode, we're joined by Hampton University Alum Dr. Shaun Woodly. We break down his motto of Teach.Hustle.Inspire as well as discuss Urban and culturally diverse communities and the schools that serve them. We also tackle the objective of his Educator's Academy and Educational Leadership as a whole.
Nita Creekmore On How Instructional Coaches Can Benefit An Entire School
Nita Creekmore has been an instructional coach at Harmony Elementary school in Walton County schools in Georgia for the past 3 years. We explore her path from classroom teacher to instructional coach mixed in with a move to a new state.
Ungrading: Putting Equitable Grading Into Practice With Dr. Jen Newton and Dr. Mira Williams.
We are joined by college educators Dr. Jen Newton and Dr. Mira Williams. Jen currently works at Ohio University in Athens, Ohio, and Mira is a faculty member at James Madison University in Harrisburg, Virginia. These educators share their perspectives on on how teaching has lead them to ask the question of does the traditional system of grading make sense? We explore this and many more foundational questions.
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