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Best Stephanie Hinton podcasts we could find (updated January 2020)
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Updated January 2020
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Passing Notes with Stephanie Hinton is a podcast for educators with the purpose of supporting, informing, and encouraging teachers!
 
This podcast focuses on supporting educators with the tools and resources necessary to ensure equity at their school. On this podcast, listeners can expect to hear interviews and stories from voices of equity in education today.
 
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About Martreece Watson, Ph.D. Dr. Martreece Watson is an Assistant Professor in the Department of English at Gallaudet University. She holds a Ph.D. in Education from The Ohio State University. Her doctoral research focused on the language and literacy practices of culturally, linguistically diverse Black d/Deaf high school students on track to gra…
 
About Jennie Magiera, Ed.D. Jennie Magiera is the author of Courageous Edventures, and the founder and president of the non-profit Our Voice Alliance, whose mission is to elevate marginalized voices and perspectives to improve equity and empathy in education, and the founder of the non-profit Student Voice Foundation, whose mission is to create acc…
 
About Victorene King, Ed.D. Victorene is a graduate of University of Nevada Reno with a B.A. in Elementary Education. She earned her first M.A. in Educational Leadership from Northern Illinois University. She also earned a second M.A. for an Educational Specialist Superintendent certification through Western Illinois University, and then her Doctor…
 
For this episode of Passing Notes I interviewed recently retired educator, Kevin Lynch. Kevin is a former teacher, university professor, has provided support to teachers through grants across the state, and a former school administrator. I know Kevin because he was one of my teachers at East Central University. From the first day in his class I was…
 
For this episode of Passing Notes I interviewed William Stubbs. William is the Managing Director with Uplift Education in Dallas, Texas and is a co-moderator for #BMEsTalk. William and I discussed the importance of equity in education and what districts need to do to keep the conversation going. You can find William on Twitter @WmStubbs. Reflection…
 
Show Highlights Rosa Pérez-Isiah Torie Weiston-Serdan Michael Domínguez Kari Kokka Erica Buchanan-Rivera Victor Small, Jr. Francesca López Register for free for the Leading Equity Virtual Summit 2020 Grab the All-Access Pass Connect with me on Twitter @sheldoneakinsBy Sheldon L. Eakins, Ph.D.
 
About LaWanda Wesley, Ed.D. Dr. LaWanda Wesley serves as Oakland Unified School District's Director of Quality Enhancement and Professional Development of Early Education. She supports a cadre of 200 plus teachers and a dynamic early learning leadership team. Additionally, Wesley is the Co-Director and Co-designer a national leadership fellowship p…
 
For this episode of Passing Notes I interviewed Melonie Hau, the Superintendent of Newcastle Public Schools. Superintendent Hau has worked with multiple districts and the K20 Center on strategic planning. Through this she has learned and led districts in how to create a strategic plan that drives district decisions and student achievement. You can …
 
About Josué Falaise Dr. Josué Falaise began his 20 year career as an elementary school science teacher. Then he became a middle and high school biology and environmental science teacher. After four years of teaching and time as an adjunct professor, he spent the last 16 years as an administrator in the roles of principal and Chief Academic Officer/…
 
The Leading Equity Virtual Summit 2020 (January 2-7, 2020) Show Highlights Raising a Black boy in today’s society The Power of Names Connect with me on Twitter @sheldoneakins Register for the January cohort of the Teaching Through a Culturally Diverse Lens Program Today!By Sheldon L. Eakins, Ph.D.
 
FREE Resource: 10 Steps to Get You on the Right Path Towards Leading Equity About Chanel Johnson Chanel 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 importa…
 
For this episode of Passing Notes I interviewed Dr. Keely Frayser. Keely is the Executive Director of Curriculum in the Putnam City School District. Keely and I discussed in depth the power of a PLC community within a school and a district and how PLCs can help change the narrative and community of a school. Reflection Questions: What does your cur…
 
For this episode of Passing Notes I interviewed Greg Frederick. Greg is the principal of the U.S. Grant High School in Oklahoma City Public Schools. In this role he and his staff have worked hard to develop a place where students can come learn, grow, explore their passions, and make connections. Reflection Questions: What programs/partnerships do …
 
FREE Resource: 10 Steps to Get You on the Right Path Towards Leading Equity About Penelope Wong, Ed.D. Dr. Penelope Wong is an Associate Professor in the Education Studies Department at Berea College in Kentucky. A former high school English teacher, she feels incredibly fortunate to have taught in a variety of places, such as the Navajo Nation and…
 
About Mechele Newell, Ed.D. Mechele Newell is an elementary school teacher in the Bay Area, California. She has dedicated the last 20 years of her life to serving in the US Air Force (USAF), both as an active duty member and a civilian employee, in the clinical lab setting. Mechele's experiences as an educator to clinical lab science students in th…
 
About Liza Talusan, Ph.D. Liza has over 22 years of experience in K-20 education. She has served as a classroom teacher and senior administrator in preK-12 as well as in higher education, and is currently an associate instructor in the College of Education and Human Development at the University of Massachusetts Boston. Her work on anti-racism, cen…
 
FREE Resource: 10 Steps to Get You on the Right Path Towards Leading Equity About Nathalie Means Henderson, Ph.D. Dr. Nathalie Means Henderson has served as an area superintendent in Fulton County Schools since July 2016. In this role, she supervises 18 schools in the cities of Sandy Springs, East Point, College Park, and Hapeville. Prior to joinin…
 
FREE Resource: 10 Steps to Get You on the Right Path Towards Leading Equity About Lara Schwartz, JD. Lara Schwartz specializes in civil discourse and campus speech, constitutional law, civil rights, politics, communications, and policy. Drawing on her experience as a legislative lawyer, lobbyist, and communications strategist in leading civil right…
 
For this episode of Passing Notes, in the Leadership Series, I visited with retired educator Pam Hibbs on building relationships. Pam Hibbs is the former Director of Early Childhood and my old boss in OKCPS. During her time with OKCPS she developed relationships with community partners, families, and students in order to build opportunities for fam…
 
FREE Resource: 10 Steps to Get You on the Right Path Towards Leading Equity About Tasha Seneca Keyes, Ph.D. Tasha Seneca Keyes is an Assistant Professor at the College of Social Work at the University of Utah. She grew up in Northern Virginia and is a Seneca Indian from the Seneca Nation of Indians of the Cattaraugus Reservation in Western New York…
 
FREE Resource: 10 Steps to Get You on the Right Path Towards Leading Equity About Daniella Ann Cook, Ph.D. Daniella Ann Cook is an Associate Professor at the University of South Carolina. Drawing on her experiences as a high school social studies teacher and community organizer, her research and scholarship address three intersecting themes: (1) Hi…
 
This is episode 1 of the Leadership Series. This series will focus on the multifaceted work of school leaders. To kick of this series, I interviewed Dr. April Grace, Superintendent of Shawnee Public Schools, on the role of the superintendency and the importance of civic engagement. You can contact Dr. Grace on Twitter @ShawneeSup. Reflection Guide:…
 
FREE Resource: 10 Steps to Get You on the Right Path Towards Leading Equity About Stephanie Gates Stephanie Gates is an educator, writer, and advocate for social justice and equity. She is especially compassionate about eradicating colorism. A native Chicagoan, she is the youngest of seven siblings. Stephanie loves get-togethers with family and fri…
 
FREE Resource: 10 Steps to Get You on the Right Path Towards Leading Equity About Melody Zoch, Ph.D. Melody Zoch is an Associate Professor at the University of North Carolina Greensboro (UNCG) in the Teacher Education and Higher Education Department in the School of Education. She earned her Ph.D. at The University of Texas at Austin in Language an…
 
For this episode of Passing Notes I interviewed Principal of Shidler Elementary in Oklahoma City, Armando Ayala. Mr. Ayala is known for his ability to connect the community to his school, providing numerous resources and opportunities for his students and their families. Mr. Ayala shared with Passing Notes the importance of relationships and how to…
 
Enroll Now for the Teaching Through a Culturally Diverse Lens Program About Martín Casas, Ed.D. Equity driven Principal with a demonstrated history of working in a secondary setting. Skilled in Instructional leadership, Design Thinking, Deeper Learning, Assessment, Master Scheduling, Data Analysis, and Public Policy. Doctor of Education (Ed.D.) foc…
 
Enroll Now for the Teaching Through a Culturally Diverse Lens Program About Mr. Ken Shelton Ken currently holds an M.A. in Education with a specialization in Educational Technology as well as New Media Design and Production. He has worked as an Educator for over 14 years and most recently taught technology at the Middle School level. As a part of h…
 
Enroll Now for the Teaching Through a Culturally Diverse Lens Program About Edwin Mayorga, Ph.D. Dr. Edwin Mayorga identifies as a parent-educator-activist-scholar and is an Assistant Professor of Educational Studies and Latin American/Latino Studies at Swarthmore College. He directs the Education in our Barrios Project (#BarrioEdProject), a youth …
 
Enroll Now for the Teaching Through a Culturally Diverse Lens Program About Melanie J. Gast, Ph.D. Melanie Jones Gast is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Sociology, University of Louisville, Kentucky. Her research focuses on mechanisms of inclusion/exclusion and the structuring of programs and support systems serving diverse racial and e…
 
About Emily Affolter, Ph.D. Dr. Emily Alicia Affolter is the Director of Prescott College’s Ph.D. program in Sustainability Education. Her work involves program evaluation and research, resource development, and facilitating interventions to advance and bolster diversity, equity, and inclusion in workplaces, academic environments, and beyond. Emily…
 
This episode of Passing Notes is focused on how partners support education and instructional practices in the classroom! I interviewed members of OKC Midtown Rotary Club Laura Nauman, Emily Duncan, and Matt Murphy about the projects they have completed in partnership with a variety of schools across the metro and how educators can engage with them …
 
About Myron Dueck Over the past 22 years, Myron has gained teaching and administrative experience in both Canada and New Zealand in subjects ranging from grades 4 to 12. Beginning in 2006, Myron developed a number of grading, assessment and reporting systems with his classes in which students have greater opportunity to show what they understand, a…
 
About Sheldon L. Eakins, Ph.D. Sheldon L. Eakins, Ph.D. is the Director of the Leading Equity Center and host of the Leading Equity Podcast. With over 11 years in education, he has served as a teacher, principal, and Director of Special Education. Dr. Eakins has a passion for helping educators accomplish equitable practices in their schools. He has…
 
Education Foundations, large and small, exist all over the nation to support schools and teachers with a focus on meeting school needs where gaps exist. OKCPS has an exceptional foundation that, like other foundations, is working to address many of the educational challenges that our district faces. I visited with Mary Mélon, who is the president o…
 
About Kiese Vita, M.A. Kiese Vita is a high school English teacher serving in the community of South Los Angeles. Within her decade of experience as a social justice educator, Kiese has served as a district Professional Development Leader, school-site Department Chair, and lecturer for California State University, Northridge’s Child and Adolescent …
 
About Nury Castillo Crawford Nury Castillo Crawford, mother of three sons, life-long educator for over 20 years, owner of 1010 Publishing, and a published author. She was born in Peru, South America and emigrated to the United States when she was ten years old. She attended Florida A&M University, where she attained a B.S. and M.S. degrees. Her com…
 
About Amy Samuels, Ed.D. Amy Samuels is an assistant professor at the University of Montevallo in Alabama where she teaches in the Instructional Leadership and Teacher Leadership programs. She earned her bachelor’s degree in Secondary Education Social Studies, with a minor in Black Studies, from Clarion University of Pennsylvania. Later, she earned…
 
About Marva Hinton, MFA Marva Hinton is a contributing writer for Education Week and the host of the ReadMore podcast, an interview show that primarily features authors of color. She has also reported for School Library Journal, National Public Radio and various radio stations across the southeast. She has an MFA in creative writing from Antioch Un…
 
About Muhammad Khalifa, Ph.D. Dr. Muhammad Khalifa is the Robert H. Beck Professor of Ideas in Education at the University of Minnesota. Formerly a school leader, he is now a leading expert on culturally responsive school leadership and anti-oppressive education. Through the newly established Culturally Responsive School leadership Institute, he he…
 
About Stephanie Cariaga, Ph.D. Stephanie Cariaga has served the Los Angeles community for over 13 years as a high school English teacher, a founding member of the People’s Education Movement Los Angeles, and currently as an Assistant Professor in the Teacher Education Program at California State University, Dominguez Hills. Stephanie completed her …
 
About Brittany Aronson, Ph.D. Brittany Aronson is an Assistant Professor of Sociocultural Foundations in Educational Leadership at Miami University. She earned her Ph.D. in Cultural Studies in Education from the University of Tennessee and she also holds two certificates in Qualitative Research Methods in Education and Educational Policy. Brittany’…
 
About Noah Karvelis Noah Karvelis studied music education at the University of Illinois and is currently a music teacher in Phoenix, Arizona. He is also a musician, community organizer working with the Arizona #RedForEd movement, and will begin his Ph.D. in Curriculum and Instruction at the University of Wisconsin-Madison this Fall. Noah's research…
 
Enroll Now for the Teaching Through A Culturally Diverse Lens Program About Ian Levy, Ph.D. Ian Levy is a New York City native and former high school counselor in the South Bronx. Levy's research examines mental health practices in urban schools, which includes interrogating the role of the school counselor and other school staff to ensure the soci…
 
Enroll Now for the Teaching Through A Culturally Diverse Lens Program Show Notes Available at: www.sheldoneakins.comBy Sheldon L. Eakins, Ph.D.
 
Learn more about my Teaching Through a Culturally Diverse Lens Course About Ryan Heath, Ph.D. Ryan Heath is an Assistant Professor in the School of Social Work at Syracuse University. Previously, Ryan spent over a decade working in a variety of afterschool, summer and experiential education programs, and working as a clinical social worker. Current…
 
Learn more about my Teaching Through a Culturally Diverse Lens Course About Rosa Perez-Isiah, Ed.D. Dr. Rosa Isiah has served students in her community for 25 years. Currently, she serves as Director of Elementary in NLMUSD. Dr. Isiah is passionate about equity and access, multilingual Ed, leadership, and closing opportunity gaps for historically u…
 
Learn more about my Teaching Through a Culturally Diverse Lens Course About Brenda Barrio, Ph.D. Dr. Brenda Barrio is an assistant professor of special education. Dr. Barrio observed and experienced the inequities within the educational system in the United States as an immigrant of Mexico and later as a bilingual special education teacher in Texas…
 
Learn more about my Teaching Through a Culturally Diverse Lens Course About Michael Domínguez, Ph.D. Dr. Michael Domínguez is an Assistant Professor of Youth and Educational Studies in the Chicana/o Studies Department at San Diego State University. Previously a middle school teacher in North Las Vegas, NV, Dr. Domínguez’ research focuses on liberat…
 
Learn more about my Teaching Through a Culturally Diverse Lens Course About Ambra Green, Ph.D. Ambra L. Green, Ph.D. is an Assistant Professor of Special Education within the College of Education at The University of Texas at Arlington. Dr. Green is a national special education scholar with particular expertise in research focused on behavior disor…
 
Learn more about my Teaching Through a Culturally Diverse Lens Course About Michael O’Malley, Ed.D. Michael P. O’Malley, Ed.D. is Dean of College of Education and Professor of Educational Leadership at Texas State University. His research lines address leadership for educational equity, and public pedagogies of social transformation. He completed a…
 
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