Lessons from “Entry Planning for Equity-Focused Leaders:” with Adam Parrott-Sheffer

Efraín MartinezWisdom and Productivity Podcast

Lessons from “Entry Planning for Equity-Focused Leaders:” with Adam Parrott-Sheffer As a principal transitioning into a new position, I searched for the literature on entry plans and discovered “Entry Planning for Equity-Focused Leaders: Empowering Schools and Communities.” In this practitioner-focused and action-oriented work, Jennifer Perry Cheatham, Rodney Thomas, and Adam Parrott-Sheffer consolidate their extensive experience centering equity in leadership. They … Read More

Education Considerations on Cultural Appropriation

Nilmini Ratwatte-HenstridgeBlog, Connect Better

TL;DR: Have you considered how you make your impact on society by teaching something you’re passionate about? Dive deeper into understanding cultural appropriation versus appreciation. What are some teachable moments in life you can embrace to make a difference? Ah, fashion. This is the thing I’m most passionate about! It is always more than just fashion when it comes to … Read More

The Movement of Feminism with Supportive Allies

Nilmini Ratwatte-HenstridgeBlog, Engage Better, Lead Better, Lesson Plan Better, Manage Better, Reflect Better

TL;DR: The feminist movement is one of equal rights. Equity is the way you achieve it. Consider the importance of supporting International Women’s Day events to make a difference. Understanding bias and implicit bias by teaching it directly in our classrooms is key to making the women’s rights movement count! Equity and Inclusion Reflection Questions Why does the women’s rights … Read More