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Best Teaching Tolerance podcasts we could find (updated April 2020)
Best Teaching Tolerance podcasts we could find
Updated April 2020
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Exercise your ears and sharpen your brain with The Mind Online, hosted by Teaching Tolerance Senior Editor Monita Bell. Through conversations with teachers, librarians, scholars and reporters, Monita explores the critical aspects of digital literacy that shape how we create and consume content online. Discover what educators and students alike need to know—and how we can all become safer, better informed digital citizens.
 
Hey expert, entrepreneur, coach, consultant, and all of you that work with clients. This podcast is for you. Here, we talk about real actionable strategies you can take away and implement into your business. I discuss marketing, mindset, paid traffic, funnels, sales, social media, SEO and everything in between to help you grow your business. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/richardhale/support
 
What motivates dancers to create, to move, to channel all that passion into an eight count? Join me, Ilias Benz, Salsa Black Belt and owner of Baila Productions as I dive deep into the performing arts world. Find out what makes dancers and creators tick, why some of us choose to go pro or teach and live life on our own terms. For lessons off the dance floor, step into the Baila Room.
 
Facing History and Ourselves is an organization created in 1976 by educators who believed that instilling intellectual vigor and curiosity goes hand-in-hand with teaching facts and figures. We provide training, professional development, and resources that support the practical needs, and the spirits, of educators worldwide who share the goal of creating a better, more informed, and more thoughtful society. Our podcast series features voices from the Facing History community and encourages cr ...
 
A free, weekly show from TV and radio parenting expert, Sue Atkins. Parenting can be a frustrating, overwhelming and challenging business but it can also be a huge joy, privilege and source of inspiration. Sue's vision is to inspire millions, one parent at a time building confidence, positivity and harmony within families, enhancing and fine tuning, not judging, criticising or blaming.
 
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How to ‘Talk & Teach’ your kids about the Coronavirus. Sue’s NEW eBook with ALL proceeds going to the NHS · School Closures – practical tips to get the best out of this challenging time with your children. · Tips & Advice for YOUR Mental Health and Wellbeing · Keeping The Glow in Your Relationship - Despite the Stress! PLUS Sue in Conversation with…
 
Indian Removal was a brutal and complicated effort that textbooks often simplify. It is also inseparably related to slavery. Enslavers seeking profit drove demand for Indigenous lands, displacing hundreds of thousands of Indigenous people. Some of these Indigenous people participated in chattel slavery. Focusing on the Chickasaw and Choctaw nations…
 
Welcome to the Baila Room Podcast…Before we begin, I want to state in which condition we’re doing this podcast: We are in Quebec, Canada, on the second week of the Covid19 outbreak and its lock down. Here’s an important Caveat before we start. We are no experts on Covid-19 or any related matter. So anything we say about the virus situation during o…
 
PLUS: Why it’s NEVER OK to leave your baby to ‘cry it out’ Tips For Clingy Toddlers, Separation Anxiety & Nervous Kids. and: Sue Atkins in conversation with Christine Armstrong Author of ‘The Mother of All Jobs: How to Have Children and a Career and Stay Sane(ish)By Sue Atkins
 
The Americas were built on the lands, labor and lives of Indigenous peoples. Despite being erased from history textbooks after the so-called first Thanksgiving, Indigenous peoples did not disappear. Colonial settlers relied on the cooperation, exploitation and forced labor of their Native neighbors to survive and thrive in what became North America…
 
From 1936 to 1938, the Federal Writers’ Project collected stories from people who had been enslaved. The WPA Slave Narrative Collection at the Library of Congress is a valuable resource; these oral histories are also problematic. Interpreting these narratives within literary and historical context, students can develop primary source literacy. Hist…
 
To better understand the United States’ past and present, we need to better understand Indigenous identities—and our classrooms play a huge role. This starts with examining what’s missing from our social studies, history, civics and government curricula. Throughout this episode, we reference the K-5 Framework for Teaching Hard History as we shed li…
 
Educators can no longer ignore our country’s history of Indigenous enslavement. Our students need a fuller understanding of the pivotal history of slavery to comprehend the present and develop a vision for our nation’s future. In this mid-season recap, we highlight key lessons about this consequential part of American history—along with teaching st…
 
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