Guest producer Jewell Williams, teacher at The Met High School in Providence, RI, talks with her students about the importance of learning about social justice issues, and what they gained from reading Angie Thomas' book, The Hate U Give.
Dr. Anthony Rodriguez, an Education professor at Providence College, comes on for a second time to talk about personalized, student-owned and project-based learning. Interview by Reed Fraser.
Welcome back and today we continue a series of very special episodes - 15 interviews of Student-Centered Educators brought to us by guest producers. You’re about to hear from Amy Gingras, the choir director and one of two music teachers at North Providence High School. She interviews Lisa Leaheey, a North Providence High School teacher for the past 18 years, and Rhode Island Fuse fellow, who is serving as a Blended Learning resource across the state of Rhode Island. Enjoy the interview!
Malika Ali of the Highlander Institute on leveling the playing field for all learners, interviewed by Bryant Estrada.
Listen to kindergarten grade teacher Marlene Medeiros of Highlander Charter School talk about how she uses centers, technology and personalized learning time to make sure all of her students succeed.
Listen to Kindergarten teacher Marlene Medeiros of Highlander Charter School talk about how she uses centers, technology and personalized learning time to help each of her students succeed.
Listen to 3rd-grade teacher Lindsay Robinson of Highlander Charter School talk about how she uses various tech products to sustainably personalize learning for her students, and keep them engaged.
Listen to LCCS middle school teachers Erin O’Neil, Domenique Rossi and Cathy Huang and Director Josh Johnson discuss how to implement the workshop model in literacy, math and science classrooms to achieve deeper, personalized, authentic and student-owned learning.
Blackstone Academy Charter humanities teachers Syeda Menebhi & Victor Ha discuss The "Station Rotation" strategy for student-centered instruction.