Music, Education, Growth in the Music Industry - S3: EP 5
A Black Educator's Truth
by Aaron Taylor
8M ago
Zach also known as "Tru3story," joins me in the next episode this podcast! Tru3story shares his story about how he choose to go to college first and then dive into the music industry. As we discuss his decision and his pathway, he mentions how going to college and learning about the business industry helped him in the music industry. His story is incredible, his story is honest. Check out Tru3story's music! Interested in giving a shout out to a fellow educator, past, present or future? Send me an email with their name, district, content area and years of experience! Follow this podcast on al ..read more
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We Grew Up with Music! and Black Flemisim in the Music Industry with Dr. Jasmine Hines - S3: EP 4
A Black Educator's Truth
by Aaron Taylor
1y ago
In this episode of A Black Educator's Truth, our guest is Dr. Jasmine Hines. She is an adjunct music professor at Kent State University. We dive into a discussion on her journey to become a music educator at the collegiate level, critical race theory, how CRT has impacted the field of education, culturally relevant music education and black feminism in the music world. It is important to understand that music is for everyone and how every music teacher teaches music will be different. Further into the episode Dr. Hines and I dive into a conversation about the barriers and educational gaps that ..read more
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Reflection: What is your why? - S3: EP 3
A Black Educator's Truth
by Aaron Taylor
1y ago
In this episode, I take time to reflect from the interview I had with Dr. Scott. Dr. Scott mentions, the "Core of Teaching." When he mention this in the interview, I had to think about what is my "Core of Teaching?" What is your "Core of Teaching?" When we dive into this core, support and growth must happen to create effective educators in the classroom. Interested in giving a shout out to a fellow educator, past, present or future? Send me an email with their name, district, content area and years of experience! Follow this podcast on all social media outlets! IG: black.educators.truth Emai ..read more
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The Core of Teaching with Dr. Irvin Scott - S3: EP2
A Black Educator's Truth
by Aaron Taylor
1y ago
"Why do we teach?" - a question, I myself as an educator have asked myself. Before we dive into why, we must dissect the core of teaching. When we understand the core of teaching, we understand, why we teach? In this episode, Dr. Scott, a professor from Harvard University, dives into his perspective of the core of teaching. He goes into detail, the importance of why we need to remember the core, as well as providing support to teachers on the frontlines. Furthermore, Dr. Scott, shares a new perspective of teaching by incorporating his fellowship L.I.F.E., into schools and the importance that s ..read more
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Education, Reflection and Refine - S3: EP 1
A Black Educator's Truth
by Aaron Taylor
1y ago
Welcome back to the third season of A Black Educator's Truth. The first episode dives into the importance of education, reflection, and refining our practices as educators. It is important that we as educators never forget that we are on the frontlines impacting the next generation. The third season of this podcast, will feature interviews from educators on a wide variety of topics. After each interview episode, I will post a reflection episode based off of the importance of the previous episodes topic. This season, I would like to shout out as many educators as possible! If you would like to ..read more
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Following to Lead, Leading to Follow with Dr. Charles Herring - S2: Ep 10
A Black Educator's Truth
by Aaron Taylor
1y ago
Dr. Charles Herring, motivational speaker, educational leader, and educational consultant. In this episode Dr. Charles Herring and I dive into trusting the process to leadership. Mentoring is an important aspect of growth, the pathway to growth is not always seen but to those who follow it, greatness awaits. Dr. Charles Herring currently works for the South Fayette School District as the Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Director. *This episode was recorded in February of 2021 ..read more
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My Story, Black Male Cypher - S2: EP 9
A Black Educator's Truth
by Aaron Taylor
1y ago
Educators are called to the field to become the leaders that student in front of their respective classrooms within their content area. Educators bring real life experience to the students, they share their stories, knowledge, and help mold the next generation. In this episode of A Black Educators Truth, I share my on going journey of how I became an educator and when I was called. Follow this podcast on all social media outlets! IG: black.educators.truth Facebook: A Black Educators Truth - The Podcast Tune in next Sunday for the final episode of Season 2 ..read more
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Treasure Hunt Conference with Dr. Rita Williams - S2: Ep 8
A Black Educator's Truth
by Aaron Taylor
1y ago
In the next episode of A Black Educators Truth, we have a very special guest with us. Dr. Rita Williams, founder and CEO of F1NE TUNE! This is an educational consulting business that offers customized professional development. We dive into the inspiration behind this business and F1NE TUNE's upcoming conference schedule on April 17th, 2021 called Treasure Hunt. Make sure to register. This is sure to be a dynamic conference! Follow this podcast on all social media outlets! IG: black.educators.truth Facebook: A Black Educators Truth - The Podcast Tune in each Sunday for a new episode ..read more
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Treasure Hunt Conference with Dr. Rita Williams - S2: Ep 8
A Black Educator's Truth
by Aaron Taylor
1y ago
In the next episode of A Black Educators Truth, we have a very special guest with us. Dr. Rita Williams, founder and CEO of F1NE TUNE! This is an educational consulting business that offers customized professional development. We dive into the inspiration behind this business and F1NE TUNE's upcoming conference schedule on April 17th, 2021 called Treasure Hunt. Make sure to register. This is sure to be a dynamic conference! Follow this podcast on all social media outlets! IG: black.educators.truth Facebook: A Black Educators Truth - The Podcast Tune in each Sunday for a new episode ..read more
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Returning Back to School....Safety First! - S2: Ep 7
A Black Educator's Truth
by Aaron Taylor
1y ago
In the next episode of A Black Educators Truth, I dive into how students are able to transition back to school. For some school districts, student have not been in a classroom for over a year. School districts are now going to be making a transition into having their students come back. In this episode, I breakdown how some school districts can make a profit when returning students to the classroom. We must make sure that safety comes first! Tune in each week for a new episode! Follow this podcast on all social media outlets! IG: black.educators.truth Facebook: A Black Educators Truth - The P ..read more
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