How can Assessment Cultivate Equity, Learning, and Community? (w Adelee Penner)

Natalie Vardabasso#EduCrush Podcast

Assessment has many negative emotions attached to it due to the history of the word, yet it has so much potential to cultivate the equitable learning communities we all dream of. Adelee Penner has experienced the school system in a wide range of roles, from teacher to leader, public to private, and system-wide to independent. In the episode, we discuss … Read More

Connecting Our EL Students Across the Community

Andrea BitnerBlog, Connect Better, Differentiate Better, Engage Better, Lead Better

TL;DR: EL students can feel very isolated and overwhelmed in school. Bringing EL students together can help them feel less alone. As educators, we need to find ways to give them a sense of community. Connect the dots to see the bigger picture when connecting our EL students across the country. Connecting Our EL Students Across the Community: Flying Solo … Read More

LfJ Series: A Justice-Centered Process for Justice-Centered Policies: How to Create Shared Governance Structures

Lindsay LyonsTime for Teachership Podcast

  This week on the podcast, I am discussing creating structures around shared governance, the 6 principles to develop and sustain shared leadership, and what shared leadership looks like in practice.⁠ ⁠ These 6 principles are necessary to create trust in your community (leaders, teachers, students, families) to build and sustain a shared leadership.⁠ Ready to learn more? Let’s dive … Read More

LfJ Series: The Equity Impacts of Shared Leadership

Lindsay LyonsTime for Teachership Podcast

In Podcast Episode 54 of the Time for Teachership podcast, I’m diving into Episode 1 of my Leading for Justice Mini Series. I’m exploring the research of why shared leadership should be an area of focus and how to set up structures in shared leadership in our educational context. ⁠ ⁠ I cover the benefits of shared leadership from educational … Read More