by Batsheva Frankel Education Podcast Network
October 6, 2020 9:31 am
The Areté Institute presents an edgy and entertaining educational podcast for teachers, students, parents, administrators and anyone else who cares about the state of education. While it is playful and fun, we also address the revolutionary changes that are happening and need to happen to create more meaningful and engaging education. We’ll celebrate students, educators, and schools who are getting it right and give tools and guidance for inspiring everyone else. Plus, there’s a game show with a chance for a listener to win an Overthrowing Education mug. Who knew that revolutionizing schools could be so fun?
In the last part of this 3 part series, our panel – Andre Daughty, Stacey Joy, Charity Parsons, Brett Mitchell,Jason Ernest Feldman and Dr. Hattie Mitchell – brings solid ideas for moving forward in trying to eradicate racism in education. They speak to all the stakeholders including schools, districts, teachers, parents and students – letting us know what it will take to bring an equitable, enjoyable and meaningful education to every student.
Special thanks to my co-host and co-producer of this series, the incredible Lacrecia Terrance for helping put this series, and for co-writing an voicing a part of this episode’s fauxmercial. Also special thanks to Destiny Terrance and Yossie Frankel for their voice work as well.
Some resources mentioned in this episode:
Dr. Bettina Love and her book, “We Have to Do More Than Survive”
Gholdy Muhammed and her book, “Cultivating Genius: An Equity Framework for Culturally and Historically Responsive Literacy”
Yolanda Sealey-Ruiz and The Archeology of Self
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