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Water for Teachers Series Finale Bonus Episode with Cornelius Minor

Shamari is joined by Cornelius Minor as they discuss the impact the pandemic has had on teachers, the endurance of American racism, and imagining a better future.  (continue reading)

Water for Teachers: Joy with guest Shane Coleman

This week, Shamari is joined by Shane Coleman, a physics teacher in Brooklyn, as they talk about finding joy in teaching.  (continue reading)

Water for Teachers: Empathy with guest Rusty Walker

This week, Shamari is joined by Rusty Walker, a veteran teacher in San Diego, as they talk about holding empathy for our students and ourselves.  (continue reading)

Water for Teachers: Fear and Rebellion with guest Linda Aldebot

This week, Shamari is joined by Linda Aldebot, a Middle School teacher in the Bronx, as they talk about our fears as humans who want to do what's best for students.  (continue reading)

Helping Students Move Beyond Binary Thinking in Our Digital Age

...with more and more information coming at students from all angles all the time, there is a growing need to help them process it.  (continue reading)

Empathy as A Radical Act

I decided to take on the radical act of teaching empathy to my students.  (continue reading)

Sara Ahmed, Christine Hertz, and Kristine Mraz on Empathy

In today’s podcast we’ve brought together authors Sarah Ahmed, Christine Hertz and Kristine Mraz, to discuss empathy not as something we have, but rather as an ongoing, daily practice that must be prioritized in our minds and actions.  (continue reading)

Keeping the Focus on the Kids

If we want kids to learn to comprehend others' identities and perspectives, those identities and perspectives must be shared. To do this productively while also maintaining a safe environment for our kids, we may need to modify our approach.  (continue reading)

Sara Ahmed on Being the Change

How do we create learning conditions where kids can ask the questions they want to ask and have tough conversations? Author Sara Ahmed says it begins with discomfort and not trying to save the moment.  (continue reading)

The 5 Habits of Mind Children Need for Success

The 5 Habits of Mind Children Need for Success  (continue reading)

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