Episode 52 - The Durham Public Schools Protest (featuring Ryann Mitchell)
The Black Scholars Podcast
by Black Scholars Publishing
2M ago
In this episode of The Black Scholars Podcast, Leonard delves into a pressing issue facing Durham Public Schools in Durham, North Carolina—a district-wide protest leading to school closures due to a major financial mistake. This episode features an enlightening discussion with veteran math teacher and Durham Association of Educators Organizer, Ryann Mitchell, shedding light on the causes, repercussions, and implications for all educators. Support the show and engage with the community. Follow The Black Scholars Podcast on Apple Podcasts or Spotify, subscribe for access to exclusive content, le ..read more
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Episode 50 - The Intermission - The PLC Edition (Trailer)
The Black Scholars Podcast
by Black Scholars Publishing
3M ago
Support and Engagement: Subscribe to the podcast, The Black Scholars Podcast +: The PLC Edition, leave a review, share this episode with your colleagues, and visit www.blackscholarsclothing.com for merchandise. Please use promo code, SCHOLARS. Get Involved: Sending educational news tips and story ideas to theblackscholarspodcast@gmail.com ..read more
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Episode 51 - Learning from Learning Loss
The Black Scholars Podcast
by The Black Scholars Podcast Network
3M ago
In this episode of The Black Scholars Podcast, the host delves into the critical issue of learning loss and its implications for society. This episode aims to address three key questions through research analysis and insights from two accomplished educators. 1) What is Learning Loss? 2) Why Haven't Schools Bounced Back from Learning Loss? 3) What Can Educators Do to Help Stop Learning Loss? The highlight of this episode is the valuable insights shared by two remarkable educators—Chantell Rodgers and Johora Warren. Chantell Rodgers, an Academic Success Coordinator in Tempe, Arizona, works for A ..read more
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Episode 9 — From Middle School Dean to Chief Academic Officer (featuring Dr. JoAnn Dominique) (Season 2)
The Black Scholars Podcast
by The Black Scholars Podcast Network
4M ago
From Dean of Student Experience to several other Dean positions at the middle- and high school level, Dr. Jo-Ann Dominique is a Chief Academic Officer for a charter network in Connecticut. Despite considering a career pivot to tech, Dr. Dominique found a high-paying role in education outside of the classroom and outside of being a principal. Join us to learn about her journey and her ambition to positively impact the lives of students in her state through her educational leadership. Follow her on Twitter. Join us as we discuss her journey and transition out of the K-12 classroom environment. _ ..read more
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Episode 8 — From High School Teacher to Double Agent (featuring Jailyn Jenkins) (Season 2)
The Black Scholars Podcast
by The Black Scholars Podcast Network
5M ago
From Self Care Part 1 (episode 22) and The Pandemic in Education 2.0 (episode 44), Jailyn Jenkins is back. With several years of experience leading classrooms as an educator and coach, Jailyn brings a lot to the show. She is now a "Double Agent” for a nonprofit organization as she provides professional development across the country and coaches novice classroom teachers. Join us as we discuss her journey and transition out of the K-12 classroom environment. ___________________________ The Black Scholars Podcast is now available on YouTube. Please subscribe. My book, Becoming an Effective ..read more
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Episode 7 — Quick Thoughts: Finding Your Ministry
The Black Scholars Podcast
by The Black Scholars Podcast Network
7M ago
Quick Thoughts provides brief intellectual quips on specific topics to listen to and consider in your professional practices and decisions.    Thank you for supporting The Black Scholars Podcast.   ___________________________ The Black Scholars Podcast is now available on YouTube. Please subscribe. My book, Becoming an Effective Black Educator: A Manifesto is available as an e-book or paperback via Kindle and Amazon. Shop Black Scholars Clothing™ where there are various hoodies, t-shirts, tank tops, and other apparel. Your support is appreciated. Su ..read more
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Episode 6 — Quick Thoughts: Maximizing Your Time
The Black Scholars Podcast
by The Black Scholars Podcast Network
7M ago
Quick Thoughts provides brief intellectual quips on specific topics to listen to and consider in your professional practices and decisions.    Thank you for supporting The Black Scholars Podcast.   ___________________________ The Black Scholars Podcast is now available on YouTube. Please subscribe. My book, Becoming an Effective Black Educator: A Manifesto is available as an e-book or paperback via Kindle and Amazon. Shop Black Scholars Clothing™ where there are various hoodies, t-shirts, tank tops, and other apparel. Your support is appreciated. Su ..read more
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Episode 5 — From Educator to Business Analyst (featuring Jazmine Maddox-Saunders) (Season 2)
The Black Scholars Podcast
by The Black Scholars Podcast Network
7M ago
This episode gives educators and scholars an inside look into the Business Analyst career field. Jazmine Maddox-Saunders is a Business Systems Analyst located in Charlotte, North Carolina. As a former English teacher, Jazmine is a great example that educators can transition into technical careers. Tune in to hear us discuss education, why we both left education, and how she transitioned into her new tech career. If you want to skip the education discussion, fast forward to the 24:00 mark. ___________________________ The Black Scholars Podcast is now available on YouTube. Please subscribe. My b ..read more
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Episode 4 — Becoming a ServiceNow Professional (featuring Ryan Harris) (Season 2)
The Black Scholars Podcast
by The Black Scholars Podcast Network
9M ago
This episode gives educators and scholars an inside look into the ServiceNow career field. Ryan Harris is a Senior Associate Technical Consultant located in Nashville, Tennessee. She believes education is a "crucial piece in our development and life choices." Explore ServiceNow's certification and training options here.  ___________________________ The Black Scholars Podcast is now available on YouTube. Please subscribe. My book, Becoming an Effective Black Educator: A Manifesto is available as an e-book or paperback via Kindle and Amazon. Shop Black Scholars ..read more
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Episode 2 — A $60,000 Teacher Bag (Season 2)
The Black Scholars Podcast
by The Black Scholars Podcast Network
1y ago
All e-mail inquiries should be sent to theblackscholarspodcast@gmail.com. 1. Subscribe via Apple Podcasts, Stitcher, Google Play, or Spotify. 2. Leave a review via Apple Podcasts, Stitcher, Google Play, or Spotify. 3. Share the podcast with social media, friends, and colleagues. 4. Subscribe to the YouTube channel. Turn on notifications. 5. Support the show via Patreon (donate anywhere from $1 to $100). To help the growth of the show, develop future professional development events, a nationwide conference, seminars and more, please support us. Your contribution will be rewarded with early ..read more
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