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- [Podcast] What’s Best for Children: An Interview with Susan Ochshorn - December 29, 2016
- Who Will Care for the Teachers: A Podcast on Teacher Depression - November 27, 2016
- [Podcast S2E12] How to Engage With Students Who Are Behaviorally Challenged - November 22, 2016
- The Whole Teacher Movement… We Need It Now… - November 14, 2016
- [Election 2016] What Do We Tell Our Children? - November 9, 2016
- [Podcast S2E11] Hi, I’m a Teacher and I’m Homeless - November 7, 2016
- Revamping Your Resume for a Career Change - October 23, 2016
- [Podcast S2E10] The Microaggressions of Mispronouncing a Student’s Name - October 12, 2016
- [Podcast S2E9] Practicing Self-Care By Teaching in the Dominican Republic - October 2, 2016
Welcome to Episode 25 Season one of The Educator’s Room podcast! In this episode, Franchesca interviews, Dr. Christopher Emdin, founder of #hiphoped and #Science Genius.
This year we are going around the world to talk to educators who are doing awesome things- just like you. Starting the school year is always tough for teachers to engage in the curriculum in meaningful ways. Dr. Christopher Emdin is an Associate Professor in the Department of Mathematics, Science and Technology at Teachers College. Columbia University, where he also serves as Director of Science Education at the Center for Health Equity and Urban Science Education.
During this podcast we will discuss:
- his experiences with working in inner city schools and how the philosophy has to shift to educate our students.
- how his movement of #hiphoped is empowering educators to incorporate the Hip Hop culture in their class.
- Why his book, “For White Folks Who Teach in the Hood” is also for African-American teachers.
Resources discussed in the podcast
Chris’ website: www.chrisemdin.com
To buy a copy of his book, For White Folks Who Teach in the Hood–and the Rest of Y’all Too: Reality Pedagogy