Drew Perkins talks with Ian Rowe about how he thinks about charter schools and the bias vs. development narratives.
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Drew Perkins talks with Dr. Barbara Covarrubias about developing experiences that build community and intercultural understanding.
Through reflection, teachers investigate their own values, beliefs, and biases as they work to create transformative learning experiences.
Drew Perkins talks with Ian Rowe about his work with 1776 Unites and Vertex Partnership Academies to help marginalized students reach success.
Educating students doesn’t have to take the form of a one-sided lecture or reading. In fact, it works better if it doesn’t.
Drew Perkins talks with Jay McCullar about his work to empower traditionally marginalized students further their education.
The TeachThought Podcast Ep. 217 A Closer Look At Critical Race Theory And White Fragility Drew Perkins talks with Rod Graham, Associate Professor of Sociology and Criminal Justice at Old Dominion University, to discuss Critical Theory, White Fragility, and postmodernism in the context of education. Links & Resources Mentioned In This Episode: roderickgraham.com @roderickgraham Facebook:…
And in the extended metaphor, kids aren’t sent to the principal’s office, they’re born there. They’ve never even seen the actual classroom.
Teaching is easy. Teaching well is very, very hard to do day in and day out, especially in the schools that need it most.
Part of teaching during the Black Lives Matter era is helping African American students know and tell their stories with wisdom and urgency and affection.
The TeachThought Podcast Ep. 211 Updating Maslow’s Hierarchy Of Needs For Greater Student Potential Drew Perkins talks with social psychologist Scott Barry Kaufman about his new book, Transcend, The New Science of Self-Actualization, and how it might help educators grow the potential in students. Links & Resources Mentioned In This Episode: scottbarrykaufman.com Scott on Twitter,…
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