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74. Education is the Front Line of the Civil Rights Movement with Sean Priest

May 31, 2022

In this week's episode, we are learning from Sean Priest about how to bring social justice and equity directly into our schools. ⁠

There are multiple things that impede students' learning and experience at school. This could be social influences, high stress, outside responsibilities and more. The goal for school...


May 24, 2022

Today, I am joined by Colin Hogan, Head of School at Learning Community Charter School. He began his career in education in 1999 teaching at the Academy of Communications and Technology and at the Bernard Zell Anshe Emet Day School in Chicago.  Colin has won numerous awards for teaching and was recognized as New...


May 17, 2022

In this podcast episode, I am talking with Jeanne Wolz about the myths and assumptions people hear about being a brand new teacher. ⁠

Jeanne wants to add some fresh perspective into the “scariness” that could help educators re-frame that mentality. I hope that you’ll walk away with a new approach to this big...


May 10, 2022

We are joined this week by Skyler, Rhys, Amelia, and Sam from Springhouse. Springhouse is more than a school. It’s ecocentric, soulcentric, grounded, placed-rooted, cooperation-based, holistic, and whole-hearted. These students gather to express their thoughts on this place of learning and growth.⁠

One thing I...


May 3, 2022

In this episode of the Time for Teachership Podcast, I am talking with Dr. Kelly Cerialo, an Associate Professor and Program Coordinator in the Business and Hospitality Department at Paul Smith’s College.⁠

The model that Dr. Cerialo’s school focuses on is innovative experiential learning. Place-based learning...