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Episode 88: I Don't See Color: The Problem with ColorblindnessLeading Equity Podcasts with Dr. Rosa Perez-IsiahDr. Isiah is passionate about equity and access, multilingual Ed, leadership, and closing opportunity gaps for historically underserved students. Dr. Isiah’s experiences as an immigrant, English learner, and a child in poverty add to her passion for this work. Show Highlights include

Colorblindness
Why colorblindness is problematic
When students feel marginalized
Being color brave
Recommending readings
Doing the right work
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Episode 95: How to be a culturally responsive school leaderLeading Equity Podcasts featuring Muhammad KhalifaDr Khalifa helps school leaders work with communities to promote schools that look deeper than “achievement gaps,” and more at the humanization of students in school through the newly established Culturally Responsive School leadership Institute. Show highlights include
Culturally Responsive School Leadership
Why it’s so important to have culturally responsive school leaders
Ways school leaders can support students of color
Getting started with culturally responsive school leadership
Three ways teachers can use meditation in their classroom
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Episode 116: How to be a STEMtastic educatorLeading Equity Podcasts featuring Chanel JohnsonChanel Johnson is a STEM Program Specialist with Fulton County Schools. Additionally, she serves as one of the leaders on the Fulton County Schools' Vanguard Team. She leads at least 18 schools in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math. More importantly, she shows them how they can integrate technology with effective instructional strategies and often leads to professional development around understanding content, and pedagogy. Show highlights include: Culturally Responsive Teaching in Science, Learning from experiences as a student, Using technology to find resources for the classroom, Flipgrid in the classroom
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How to make your teaching more inclusiveSathy and Hoganpractices for inclusion
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NSTA article on modeling instructionAaron MuellerModeling How Students Can Share Ideas and Make Sense of Phenomena
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Unconscious Bias In SchoolsHarvard EdcastMany educators struggle with unconscious bias in their roles at school -- often in ways that can unknowingly perpetuate racism and negatively affect students. In this episode of the EdCast, Tracey Benson and Sarah Fiarman offer ways to address these issues directly and outline how educators can start this work in their schools.
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Culturally Responsive Teaching and the Brain Intro and Chapter 1:Zaretta Hammond
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Creating a We CultureHeidi Carlone and Dennis Smithenry
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Addressing Underrepresentation: Physics Teaching for AllMoses Rifkin
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Science Modeling Talks: EquityScience Modeling Talks: With Tanea Hibler and Ariel Serkinalong with Why Equity Matters to Us
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The Culture InsideInvisibilia PodcastThis one will really have you questioning how deep the bias is inside of you, and get you thinking about how to move past deep biases and create an inclusive culture for your class
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Whistling VivaldiShort book about stereotype threat that helps to explain why students of different groups can underperform in different contexts. Could be a good book for workshop leaders with specific chapters assigned for reading.
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Reducing the Gender Achievement Gap in College Science: A Classroom Study of Values Affirmation and Supporting Online MaterialsAkira Miyake, et. al.15-minute intervention that eliminated gender gap in final exam grades and FMCE scores in introductory mechanics course.
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The Elephant in the (Physics Class)Room: Discussing Gender Inequality in Our ClassOlivia Eickerman and Moses RifkinWritten in partnership between a male high school physics teacher (Rifkin) and a female student from his 2018-2019 12th-grade physics class (Eickerman). In this article, which we wrote by reflecting separately and then combining our writings, we describe a two-week period in which we worked together to try to change the culture of our physics class.
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The Underrepresentation Curriculum ProjectNetwork supported by AAPT, PERLOC, and Teaching ToleranceThis is not a specific article or podcast, but rather a repository of lessons for the "community of teachers using it to address equity and injustice in STEM through education." I recommend sharing this resource with teachers in our workshops so they can sign up to access the Google drive with all of the curriculum materials.
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STEP UP physics together (link to register to access their materials)Network supported by AAPT, APS, and a substantial NSF grant.STEP UP is a national community of physics teachers, researchers, and professional societies. We design high school physics lessons to empower teachers, create cultural change, and inspire young women to pursue physics in college. Modeling workshop leaders should consider registering and downloading their lesson plans. Consider using the second lesson (on Women in Physics) for a starting point on how to have uncomfortable conversations in your classroom. This lesson focuses on gender, but similar a framework could be used for all underrepresentation issues.
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The Underrepresentation Curriculum ProjectNetwork supported by AAPT, PERLOC, and Teaching ToleranceThis is not a specific article or podcast, but rather a repository of lessons for the "community of teachers using it to address equity and injustice in STEM through education." I recommend sharing this resource with teachers in our workshops so they can sign up to access the Google drive with all of the curriculum materials.
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STEP UP physics together (link to register to access their materials)Network supported by AAPT, APS, and a substantial NSF grant.STEP UP is a national community of physics teachers, researchers, and professional societies. We design high school physics lessons to empower teachers, create cultural change, and inspire young women to pursue physics in college. Modeling workshop leaders should consider registering and downloading their lesson plans. Consider using the second lesson (on Women in Physics) for a starting point on how to have uncomfortable conversations in your classroom. This lesson focuses on gender, but similar a framework could be used for all underrepresentation issues.
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The following are samples from a release by Arizona State University on June 10, 2020 - for the full list of resources provided by them, click here
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Don't Say Nothin on the Teaching Tolerance NetworkJamilah Pitts
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Race MattersDavid Asai
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75 Things White People Can Do For Racial JusticeCorinne Shutack
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Five things educators can do to address bias in their schoolNEA EdJustice website
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Why Are All The Black Kids Sitting Together in The CafeteriaDr. Beverly TatumThe original book was released in 1997 and it was updated and re-released in 2017. Click here for an overview of the podcast interview and an audio link to the full podcast with Dr. Tatum.
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