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Thought-provoking discussions with education experts on issues that impact us and our students in the classroom. Please subscribe and follow us on your favorite social media platforms. cc: 943367

    Love, Care, and Vulnerability in Education with Carlos Moreno | The LP: EP 20

    Love, Care, and Vulnerability in Education with Carlos Moreno | The LP: EP 20

    How do we create a process were humanizing education leaders works in harmony with humanizing the students they serve? It's hard for an educator to tend to the intellectual and emotional development of students if they don't see how it's inevitably connected to their own intellectual and emotional development. Join the discussion with Carlos Moreno, author of Finding Your Leadership Soul: What Our Students Can Teach Us About Love, Care, and Vulnerability and discover how the journey through this profession, if grounded correctly, can cause both educators and students to flourish.

    • 25 min
    Dispelling Myths and Serving English Learners Better with Barbara Gottschalk | The LP: EP 19

    Dispelling Myths and Serving English Learners Better with Barbara Gottschalk | The LP: EP 19

    Too often, the bridges of grade-level, engaging, affirming, and meaningful instruction are limited and the barriers of misconceptions arise. These misconceptions about English Language Learners often hold educators back from properly serving these students. I got a chance to talk with educator Barbara Gottschalk to discuss her book, Dispelling Misconceptions About English Language Learners: Research-Based Ways to Improve Instruction. Join us as we discuss practical ways to overcome psychological barriers, shift away from assumptions, tap into student strengths through home languages, and involve immigrant families more authentically.

    • 23 min
    Dismantling Bias and Rethinking Curriculum with Sheldon Eakins | EP 18

    Dismantling Bias and Rethinking Curriculum with Sheldon Eakins | EP 18

    In the education profession, equity work can get deeply deffered, or get really messy, really fast. This is because it can reveal so much about professional and personal beliefs that are consequential to our students receiving grade-level, engaging, affirming, and meaningful instruction. And these problematic perceptions can be emboldened by policies. I got a chance to talk with Sheldon Eakins to discuss his book Leading Equity: Becoming an Advocate for All Students. Join us as we discuss the the bold, graceful, and practical ways equity can be cultivated in schools.

    • 33 min
    Transforming Schools and Empowering Educators with Shaun Nelms | The LP: EP 17

    Transforming Schools and Empowering Educators with Shaun Nelms | The LP: EP 17

    If a table won't stand without well-distributed legs, a bridge won't hold weight without well-distributed force, and a car can't run without a well-distributed frame, what makes us think that we can accomplish goals in our school buildings without well-distributed leadership? Even in most dysfunctional school systems, distributive leadership can produce better collaboration and insight that can lead to better cultural and instructional outcomes. I got a chance to talk with Dr. Shaun Nelms about his book Leading With Purpose: Empowering Others to Create Lasting Change. Join us as we discuss the personal and professional journeys that are empowered when we see and recognize the power in others.

    • 29 min
    Accelerated Learning Frameworks for Educational Equity with Sonya Murray-Darden | The LP: EP 16

    Accelerated Learning Frameworks for Educational Equity with Sonya Murray-Darden | The LP: EP 16

    Our food choices can impact our physical, emotional, intellectual, and spiritual well-being. So, while it can be challenging, it is important to be strategic about the food we ingest. Much like food, the ideas and practices we consume in education also shape our well-being and the well-being of those we serve. In this episode, Dr. Sonya Murray-Darden and I discuss her book Serving Educational Equity: A Five-Course Framework for Accelerated Learning, as well as the practical and essential ways our education systems can serve a diet of, and hunger for, grade-level, engaging, affirming, and meaningful instruction.

    • 34 min
    Understanding Your Instructional Power with Dr. Tanji Reed Marshall | The LP: EP 14

    Understanding Your Instructional Power with Dr. Tanji Reed Marshall | The LP: EP 14

    A truth that remains in the United States is that teaching is one of the most underappreciated professions in the country, financially and intellectually, as teachers are often cut out of decisions about what to teach and how to teach on a larger scale. As we advocate to reclaim the power taken, it’s important to analyze the power given, which can still seriously impact the quality of instruction in classrooms. I got a chance to build with Dr. Tanji Reed Marshall and discuss her book Understanding Your Instructional Power: Curriculum and Language Decisions to Support Each Student. Join us as we discuss the power overlooked within a profession undervalued and how it can be used to provide grade-level, engaging, affirming, and meaningful instruction.

    • 27 min

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