Entries related to: culturally-responsive-teaching

Teaching Channel Talks 56: Dr. Michael Moody on Being Shoulder-to-Shoulder With Top Education Leaders

"Every student deserves great teachers."

In the last episode of our 3-part series with special...

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Teaching Channel Talks 55: Dr. Michael Moody on the Coexisting Contradictions in Education

In the second episode of our special 3-part series, Dr. Michael Moody and our host, Dr. Wendy...

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Teaching Channel Talks 54: Dr. Michael Moody on the Importance of Having Educators Support Educators

High-quality educators are the key to student success.

Join us for the first episode in a special...

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Teaching Channel Talks 53: Empowering Diversity Through the Man Up Movement

Although more teachers than ever are turning away from the profession, the non-profit organization ...

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Teaching Channel Talks 48: A Practical Guide to Trauma-Informed Teaching

A trauma-informed approach emphasizes that a student is hurt, not bad, and that although their...

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How Can You Support New Teachers? Plus 10 More Questions

We received so many great questions for our Advice for New Teachers webinar that we didn't have...

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Teaching Channel Talks 44: Teach Like a Champion 3.0

The wait is almost over! Teach Like a Champion 3.0, the long-awaited update to Doug Lemov’s guide...

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Ask the Experts: 10 New Teacher Tips

This may be stating the obvious, but being a new teacher isn't easy. Many new educators feel...

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Teaching Channel Talks 42: The Gamification of Reading with Kwamara Thompson

What if you could engage reluctant readers by asking them to play a video game? On this episode of...

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Teaching Channel Talks 41: Creating Classroom Connections

Learn from the research of the Teach Like a Champion team as Wendy Amato interviews Doug Lemov and ...

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3 Restorative Practices for Classroom Conflict

As teachers know, relationships are at the core of any learning environment. After a year of trauma...

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How to Talk About What's in the News: A Lesson Plan

After a year of challenge, there is hope on the horizon. The vaccine is reaching communities in...

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An Intrinsic Approach to Anti-Racist Teaching

Want to learn more from Kwame Sarfo-Mensah? Join Kwame and Wendy Amato at a free webinar series...

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Black Brilliance: Leaders You Might Not Teach About But Should

In 1908, Dr.Carter G. Woodson, received his M.A. from the University of Chicago, and in 1912, he...

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Teaching Channel Talks Episode 30: The Fallacy of Color Blindness

Schools are becoming more and more diverse as equity gaps for historically underserved groups grow...

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What You Say Matters.

Ever get that unsettling feeling after you have said something that didn’t sit right with your...

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Unpacking Privilege With Children Through Sports

Since the death of George Floyd, Ahmaud Arber, and Breonna Taylor, amongst others from the Black...

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Resource Roundup: Leading for Concrete Change

Enough is enough.

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Supporting Equity for English Learners Remotely

As a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, we are all facing challenges in our personal and...

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Awakening the Genius Code Lying Dormant in Your Students

The primary purpose of teaching is to promote learning. But as educators, parents, and youth...

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