Episode 23 | Featuring Hedreich Nichols

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Hedreich Nichols is a curriculum designer and Middle Years Program district edtech lead from North Texas. She is also an author and equity consultant helping teachers and districts amplify the voices of all students. With her Cherry Lake Publishing equity series books,¬†What is Anti-racism? and What is the Black Lives Matter Movement?, as well as her upcoming Solution Tree title … Read More

E35 Civil Disagreement in the Classroom Pt. 2

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This episode dives into the connection of communication and civics standards to every K-12 grade level and content area. We can’t be afraid to teach respect, empathy and citizenship because we might get push back. Good citizenship is based on humanity and respect. Behaviors that do not exemplify those tenets can be discussed so that our students can be better. … Read More

SmallBites E34: Civil DIsagreement in the Classroom

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As educators, teaching the next generation of citizens is a big part of what we do. We give students mottos and mission statement like be ready, responsible and respectful. We give schools mottos like Pro Scientia Atque Sapientia (for knowledge and wisdom). We have vision statements like Empowering all Students, Celebrating our Community, Inspiring Lifelong Growth. We give them those … Read More

SmallBites Lagniappe: To Administrators and District Leaders on the Eve of the Inauguration

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Many educators as well as campus leaders are fearful about discussions going off the rails or parental backlash if they watch tomorrow’s inauguration. There is no need for either. If we say the pledge in our buildings, “One Nation, under God Indivisible…”, then we can find a way to watch history in unity. Listen to the end for a simple … Read More