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This week explores the theme of collaboration and inclusion in caregiving and education. Special guest, Nawal Qarooni, discusses the importance of valuing collaboration over competition and highlights the need to shift towards honoring collaboration in our communities. She emphasizes the significance of understanding the unique contributions of eac…
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This week Tricia brings you a conversation from her other (other, other) podcast the Shifting Schools podcast. She speaks with an expert in the field of play. Learn more about our guest:Acey Holmes is the founder of BoredLess, this week she discusses the importance of play for adults and its impact on social connection, work culture, and personal w…
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Robin Gow discusses their book 'Dear Mothman' and the power of middle grade fiction. They emphasize the importance of recognizing the value of youth literature and the unique perspective it offers. Gow discusses the exploration of monsters and cryptids in the story, drawing on their personal interest in the subject. They also address the themes of …
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Tricia interviews Alvina Chamberland, author of the book 'Love the World or Get Killed Trying.' They discuss the connection between writing and publishing, the difference between love and lust, and the power of representation. They also explore the stylistic choice of autofiction and the importance of place in the book. The conversation highlights …
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The conversation revolves around the importance of libraries and the challenges they face, particularly in relation to book banning. The hosts of Rogue Librarians discuss their (amazing) show, which focuses on books that have been banned or challenged, and highlight episodes that they are proud of. They also emphasize the role of libraries as commu…
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The conversation explores the concept of allyship and how the editors of the book 'Teaching Pride Forward' aim to help readers think critically about it. They emphasize the importance of love and critical love in building connections and doing the work of allyship. The editors discuss how they collaborated and nudged the authors to explore allyship…
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Michael Leali discusses the origin story of his book 'Matteo' and its evolution, the collaborative writing process, the emotional challenges of reworking a book, and the importance of LGBTQ+ representation in literature. He also shares insights on supporting LGBTQ+ authors and the release of his third middle-grade novel, 'The Truth About Triangles'…
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How will you take action for Pride?On the show this week we talk about a practical, powerful opportunity our communities have.Lindz Amer discusses the return of Queer Kid Stuff, emphasizing the need for community support and the show's impact. The reboot aims to expand topics and combat misinformation. The conversation also delves into lessons for …
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The conversation focuses on the importance of reciprocal partnerships in service learning. The speakers discuss the need for deep, meaningful connections with community partners and the challenges of achieving reciprocity. They provide examples of successful reciprocal partnerships and emphasize the power of language in shaping relationships and po…
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Amy G., a sports journalist and author, discusses her work on the Smarty Marty series, which has a brand new addition out now. She explains how her career as a sports journalist inspired her to create a children's book series that tackles gender stereotypes in sports. Amy also reflects on her experience as a former athlete and how it has shaped her…
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Maymouna discusses her unique perspective on innovation and the importance of leaving a legacy. She shares about her upbringing and how innovation was ingrained in her from a young age. Maymouna emphasizes the power of storytelling and building bridges to connect with others. She also talks about the many ways you can learn with SLC.Learn more abou…
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What does it mean to be 'AI for everyone?'CEO and Founder of Latimer, John Pasmore tells us about the vision and CTO Malur Narayan talks about what it means to be accountable to the vision for Latimer.Learn more about Latimer:https://www.latimer.ai/Learn more about their partnerships:https://www.wnycstudios.org/podcasts/otm/segments/why-new-york-am…
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Dr. Anthony Muhammad discusses his new book, The Way Forward, and its connection to his previous work. He shares his journey from being a teacher to an administrator and how he became passionate about studying school culture. He emphasizes the importance of focusing on student learning and shares strategies for supporting struggling teams. Dr. Muha…
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Dr. Emily Garside discusses her book on Russell T. Davies and the importance of LGBTQ+ representation in media. She shares the inspiration behind her research and the process of writing the book. The conversation explores the impact of representation on individuals and the significance of positive representation in shaping identities. Dr. Garside a…
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In this episode, Tricia and Dr. Emily Garside discuss the book 'Seasons of Love' and why a deep dive into Theatre is an amazing way to cultivate critical thinking. They highlight how Rent was a pivotal moment in musical theater history, both in terms of its musical style and the themes it addressed. The conversation also delves into the significanc…
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This conversation explores the diverse portrayal of LGBTQ+ characters in the TV show Schitt's Creek and the positive impact it has had on fandom and conversations about queerness. It emphasizes the importance of media literacy and critical analysis when consuming media. The conversation also highlights the significance of Schitt's Creek for Pride M…
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"Libraries are one of the few remaining egalitarian institutions left on planet Earth." - Jennifer LaGardeOn this episode Jennifer aka The Library Girls tells us about her brand new podcast project!We also talk about her incredible book and she gives us strategies for better supporting librarians.Learn all about her podcast:https://www.librarygirl.…
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Contact Tricia to learn more about the AI 3 Week Cohort in February: tricia@shiftingschools.comLearn more about it www.shiftingschools.comTake 50% off registration with code PLC3W50-----------------------------------------------------------Guest from the episode:Dr. Laura Erickson-Schroth (she/they), MD, MA, is the Chief Medical Officer for The Jed…
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On this episode Tricia brings you a look at the coming new season from the Unhinged Collaboration Podcast.On today are the co-founders of ODIS. The mission of ODIS is:"Our goal at ODIS is to create a movement within all international schools (not just IB) and the expat community at large to expand the scope of international education beyond current…
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Did you know that according to their own internal research apprx 80% of all content viewed on Netflix is viewed because of their 'recommender service'? How will algorithms increasingly become more influential in shaping our media diets?Thats's the question at the heart of this week's episode which hopes to help you think about your media literacy r…
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Tricia shares a bonus episode where she was invited to speak with the new show out this year:The Benjamin Franklin International School Podcast (BFIS podcast)This is a small school podcast with a difference. We aim to showcase our school’s future-oriented vision for learning.Our goal: acting as agents of change in an educational world that must ada…
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On this special bonus episode, Tricia is proud to introduce a brand new initiative she's been working on:Sustainable Innovation: By and for K-12 educational leadersNEASC is proud to present this five-part podcast series created by and for educational leaders on themes of key importance including artificial intelligence (AI), technology in education…
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Explore how Gender and Sexuality Alliances (GSAs) in schools can leverage cutting-edge AI research tools to enhance their advocacy and information design efforts. Specifically, this episode is an exploration of three powerful AI tools - Elicit, ChatPDF, and Consensus - and how they can be used to amplify the GSA's voice and impact.Those three resou…
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We are celebrating the one year anniversary of one of my favorite books by the amazing Angeline Aow and Dr. Sadie HollinsCelebrating milestones is so important, so this week we return to a recap of the Book Launch Party for Dr. Sadie Hollins and Angeline Aow's book "Becoming a Totally Inclusive School: A Guide for Teachers and School Leaders." In t…
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Explore the profound impacts of digital literacy and political engagement initiatives by CIVIX, and discover resources that can transform classrooms into hubs of critical thought and respectful discourse. This week Tricia switches gears and points you to an episode from her other show: Shifting Schools podcast with her co-host Jeff Utecht.Learn mor…
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Discover the ten pivotal reasons why GSAs should embrace AI literacy and the role they play in bias mitigation, representation, and inclusive research. Explore probing questions to guide GSA groups on their AI discovery journey. Let's explore ways to boost activism, and advocacy within the AI landscape from an LGBTQ+ perspective.Want to enter to wi…
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In light of Halloween being just around the corner, we are bringing you a repeat episode that explores a remarkable seasonal text to explore with the YA fans in your life!On this episode of the podcast we hear from Shelly Page (with a brief intro from Alex Brown)as she walks us through the process of bringing the soon-to-be-released collection 'Nig…
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In this episode Dr. Kraft shatters misconceptions and reveals the power of gaming for building social-emotional skills. How can educators effectively integrate gaming into their SEL programs? Are You Ready To Unlock the Power of Gaming? The power of gaming can be harnessed to forge strong peer connections among students. By instilling the elements …
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On this episode we talk about the art of listening, the significance of bringing a critical lens to our media diet, and much MUCH more.It is such an honor to have Bridget Todd on the show.🎙Learn all about our guest:Bridget is the Communications Director at UltraViolet. She got her start teaching courses on writing and social change at Howard Univer…
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Zoe Tokushige (she/they) originally hails from Southern California, but has spent the past decade on the East Coast. After attending NYU for a BS in media, culture, and communications, Zoe received an MFA in creative writing from Emerson College before returning to New York to work in publishing. Zoe currently works in pre-press production at Pengu…
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Hannah V. Sawyerr was recognized as the Youth Poet Laureate of Baltimore in 2016. Her spoken word has been featured on the BBC’s World Have Your Say program, as well as the National Education Association’s “Do You Hear Us?” campaign. Her written word has been included in gal-dem, Rookie, and xoNecole. She holds a BA in English from Morgan State Uni…
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Dr. Mark Anthony Gooden is on the podcast this week to talk about the book "Five Practices For Equity-Focused School Leadership"He addresses the ethos and anecdotes behind the book as well as why the lessons within are so relevant for leaders in education.Learn more about our guest:https://goodenphd.com/Follow him on social media:https://twitter.co…
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Don P. Hooper is a writer and filmmaker of Jamaican heritage (and a programmer in a former life). His short story Got Me a Jet Pack is part of the New York Times bestselling anthology Black Boy Joy. His directing work has been featured in the Martha's Vineyard African American Film Festival, the New York City Horror Film Festival, the New Jersey Ho…
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This week we speak with artist and illustrator Angel Chang.Angel discusses her work and process as well as ways educators can support aspiring illustrators.Angel's most recent project is the #Kidlit book "Too Much!: An Overwhelming Day"https://bookshop.org/p/books/too-much-an-overwhelming-day-jolene-gutierrez/19736712Learn more about her work:https…
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If your team wants better collaboration but you haven't talked about what it means to have generative conflict you are missing a key ingredient.In this episode Tricia talks about the Compassionate Conflict Toolkit, which you can access free: http://surl.li/kitjuWant to talk more about generative conflict or what an authentic apology means to you? D…
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As we begin a new academic year, this is an important time to think about how you might prioritize your own wellbeing.I've been absolutely inspired by the new book from Swapna Krishna, and I wanted to bring you a small part of an interview I conducted with her for my other podcast, the Shifting Schools podcast.Learn more about her book:https://book…
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How can we honor different interests in different texts types and still have an entry point into powerful conversations?Tricia walks us through a resource in a new free guide. The 'common bookmark' aims to provide scaffolding for student and teacher groups.Ready to download the free guide and explore the bookmark?https://shiftingschools.lpages.co/a…
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In this episode we discuss a free guide that sets your GSA/SOGI group up to explore and consider the role of AI Literacy.This episode starts off with a definition of a crucial concept: "technochauvanism" as defined by Meredith Broussard.If you want to engage your students with AI Literacy, give this episode a listen and explore the resources discus…
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On this episode, Jolene Gutiérrez tells us all about her brand new book Too Much!Ready to learn more about this book?"Sometimes everything is too much! Too loud, too bright, and all too overwhelming. Writing from her own experience with sensory processing disorder, award-winning teacher-librarian Jolene Gutiérrez’s compassionate picture book explor…
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What is design thinking? What does it mean to focus on mindsets rather than models?Guest leader, educator and author Dee Lanier answers those questions and more on this episode as we explore his work 'Demarginalizing Design.'Ready to learn all about Dee Lanier?🔗https://linktr.ee/deelanierCheck out his book:🔗https://www.amazon.ca/Demarginalizing-Des…
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How is Minecraft a powerful tool for building community, fostering inclusion, and engaging learners?This week we share an episode of the Shifting Schools podcast featuring the amazing guest Mashfiq Ahmed who has an answer for that question and tons of wisdom to share.➡️ Mashfiq Ahmed (he/him) is a high school chemistry teacher at John Dewey High Sc…
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Summer can be a great time to rethink habits.This summer I'm trying a few mini experiments out to recalibrate my relationship with my use of social media.Wanna join me?Download the free BALANCE one-pager:https://shiftingschools.lpages.co/summer-social-shifts/Let me know what you are doing to reimagine your relationship with social media:tricia (at)…
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On this episode, we get the JOY of listening to Meredith Klein and Sherri Spelic talk about the art of co-facilitation.Meredith and Sherri reflect on what makes for great teacher collaboration, and what it takes to truly cultivate a space for listening and growth.Ready to connect with our guests?Find Sherri on Twitter:https://twitter.com/edifiedlis…
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Ready to learn about this week's amazing guest?Born in Venezuela, AnaYelsi Velasco-Sanchez (she/her/hers) is an IndoLatinx mujerista working to create and agitate her way through the Latin diaspora. She is a highly skilled and compassionate public educator who utilizes her signature Interlocking Justice methodology to catalyze an embodied response …
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On this episode of the podcast we hear from Shelly Page (with a brief intro from Alex Brown)as she walks us through the process of bringing the soon-to-be-released collection 'Night of the Living Queers' to bookshelves everywhere.Pre-order your copy nowhttps://bookshop.org/p/books/night-of-the-living-queers-13-tales-of-terror-delight-alex-brown/194…
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"What can the field(s) of rhetoric do to foster connection and care across difference? And, what stories must we tell to remake worlds conducive to one another’s thriving? "Those are the questions at the core of Dr. Hsu's work.On this episode of the podcast we talk more about their book:Constellating Home: Trans and Queer Asian American Rhetorics T…
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On this episode, we have the important opportunity to hear from student leaders. Our guests are members of the High School Spectrum Group at WAB (Western Academy of Beijing).📲You can follow them on IG:https://www.instagram.com/spectrumwab/?igshid=MmJiY2I4NDBkZg%3D%3D(@spectrumWAB)📢Also discussed on this episode is the collection of amazing read alo…
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On this episode we talk with Zackary Grady about their award-nominated production Gay Pride and Prejudice.Learn all about that show:https://www.imdb.com/title/tt26518740/Learn more about Zackary:https://www.thackarybinx.com/aboutCheck out the books he recommended:https://www.goodreads.com/en/book/show/40779647https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/601…
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On the show this week Lindz Amer talks to us all about their brand new book Rainbow Parenting as well as what we as readers and allies can do to expand on the lessons shared in that text.Learn all about the book:https://bookshop.org/p/books/rainbow-parenting-your-guide-to-raising-queer-kids-and-their-allies-lindz-amer/18721536?ean=9781250836489Lear…
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On this episode Professor Marla Hunter tells listeners about the beginnings to Live. Love. Teach LLC and Live. Love. Swim LLCLearn more about Professor Hunter:https://www.msmarlahunter.com/Follow her online:https://twitter.com/liveluvteachllchttps://www.linkedin.com/in/msmarlahunter/As mentioned at the top of the episode, download the brand new fre…
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