Posts tagged Culturally Responsive Teaching
Ep. 20--Teacher Talk- A Conversation with Brandon Readus and Whitney Hinnant

This episode, we discuss elementary education, and how equity figures into it. Guests Brandon Readus and Whitney Hinnant teach at Woodbrook Elementary in Albemarle County Schools. Brandon is a Gifted Resource Teacher, and Whitney is a Multiage Kindergarten/First grade educator, both are certified culturally responsive educators, and  equity consultants. They also co-host the podcast, Black Teacher Code, which can be found on Soundcloud.


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Ep. 15--A Conversation with Dr. Bernard Hairston on Equity

This year, Albemarle County Schools has taken on a mission to improve achievement and opportunity gaps in diverse groups of students.  To discuss the equity work that has been ongoing in ACPS, I sat down with Dr. Bernard Hairston, and learned more about the work.

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Ep. 7--A Conversation with Zaretta Hammond about Culturally Responsive Teaching

Zaretta Hammond's work has really opened up a world of possibilities when it comes to teaching students equitably and meeting them where they live.  During her visit in Charlottesville, VA, I had the opportunity to sit down with her for a discussion about her work. 

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Ep. 3--Discussion of Hammond's Culturally Responsive Teaching and the Brain

This discussion about CRT with Lars Holmstrom and Kimberly Gibson was an enjoyable one and took us through some interesting ideas.  This episode is a good place to start thinking about Culturally Responsive Teaching and how it fits into your practice.  With a topic like this one, there's plenty more from where we left off with our session.

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