101. Teaching History for Justice with Dr. Kaylene Stevens and Dr. Christopher Martell

Lindsay LyonsTime for Teachership Podcast, timeforteachership

    Former social studies teachers, current university professors, and co-authors of the book “Teaching History for Justice: Centering Activism in Students’ Study of the Past,” Dr. Kaylene Stevens and Dr. Christopher Martell talk about how and why we need to teach justice, activism, and movement building in schools. They jump right into the conversation by giving credit to all … Read More

Building Skills and Stakeholder Capacity with Dr. Erik Youngman (Time for Teachership Podcast)

Lindsay LyonsTime for Teachership Podcast, timeforteachership

  How are we effectively educating students through a lens of equity and inclusion? And how are we preparing students for a future filled with unpredictability? These are two of the questions that framed our recent conversation with Dr. Erik Youngman on episode 99 of The Time for Teachership podcast. As an educator, a father, and an author, Dr. Youngman draws … Read More

PRACTICE: An Assessment Tool to Measure Curriculum Implementation Success via Student Voice (Time for Teachership Podcast)

Lindsay LyonsTime for Teachership Podcast, timeforteachership

  Have you ever wondered whether your new unit or curriculum was successful? Or, more basic–how can you even measure success? Educators often design and implement new units without a clear idea on how they’ll measure its success. But without knowing that, there’s no room to improve. And there’s no affirmation that it’s met the learning goals you want to … Read More

PRACTICE: How to Start Personalized Learning Plans With Your Staff (Time for Teachership Podcast)

Lindsay LyonsTime for Teachership Podcast, timeforteachership

  We know how important personalized learning is for students, and many of us are working to implement it in the classroom.  But it’s important for educators, too.  Each educator is a unique individual with a different learning style. If we want to see educators step up into their best, most engaged and effective self in the classroom, personalized learning … Read More