Dec 8, 2020
Friends, if you've been following along sequentially and listening to our podcast you know we have gleaned and shared a lot of wisdom from the book Coaching for Equity: Conversations that Change Practice by Elena Aguilar. Elena is a writer, coach, speaker, teacher and leader. She has trained thousands of educators around the world to have conversations that count—conversations that help us create a more just and equitable world. We were lucky enough to sit down and have one of those conversations with her and we are super excited to share it with you.
Listen in to this week’s episode of The Mindful Educators Podcast to hear Elena:
* identify the daily habits of emotionally resilient educators.
* share strategies teachers can use to help their students thrive and honor their humanity
* define educational equity
* discuss how teachers should not be taking the brunt of all that is needed in education to achieve equity
* highlight the power of words and the language of oppression as it relates to teachers and classrooms.
Hopefully this episode felt supportive and insightful as you journey on towards mindfully achieving equity in your teaching and classroom. We would love to hear your thoughts on the ideas shared in this episode.
Reach out to us and let us know what you thought by connecting with us at:
On IG @themindfuleducators
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Or shoot us an email at the mindfuleducators.com
Show and Tell:
Dave: This is Us: Season 5
Erin: Juliet Takes a Breath by Gabby Rivera
And lastly, if you are looking to build resilience this year and are interested in our Bite Sized PD offerings discussed on our podcast, please register at https://www.themindfuleducators.com or shoot over to our website @themindfuleducators.com to find the details and sign up.
We will gladly follow up with an email with details for access to the PD as well as the SEL PDF’s for use in the classroom.
And don’t forget to connect with Elena at:
Links and people mentioned in this podcast:
We are wishing you all the space and grace you need to remain in good health, body, mind and spirit. Friends, we‘ve got this!