Carla Tantillo Philibert, DeEtta Jones, & Peggy Collings continue the discussion on the role of race and equity in Social Emotional Learning.
October 2017 Archives
Today's post on the role of race and equity in Social Emotional Learning is "guest-hosted" by Mai Xi Lee, the Director of Social Emotional Learning for the Sacramento City Unified School District. After her introduction, she brings together responses from Robert J. Jagers, Mary Hurley, Sonny Kim, Dr. Christina Arpante, Meena Srinivasan, Africa S. Fullove, and Kashia Jensen.
The new "question-of-the-week" is: What is the role of racial and economic equity in Social Emotional Learning?
Margo Gottlieb, Sarah Said, Catherine Beck, Heidi Pace, Heather Wolpert-Gawron, Tabitha Dell'Angelo, and Lindsey Moses share their thoughts about how The Every Student Succeeds Act will affect English Language Learners.
Shane Safir agreed to answer a few questions about her new book, "The Listening Leader: Creating The Conditions For Equitable School Transformation."
The new "question-of-the-week' is: What is the impact of the Every Student Succeeds Act on English Language Learners?
Dr. Linda Dacey, Sandy Atkins, Andrea Clark, Mike Flynn, ReLeah Cossett Lent and Shannon Jones share their ideas on how to incorporate writing into math instruction.
The new "question-of-the-week" is: How do you integrate writing in math classes?
Rita Platt, Sonja Cherry-Paul, Dana Johansen, Dr. Mary Howard, Bonnie Houck, Ed. D., Sandi Novak, Emily Phillips Galloway, Paola Uccelli, and Julie Swinehart wrap-up a four-part series on reading instruction. I have also included comments from many readers.
Gravity Goldberg, Renee Houser, Tan Huynh, Samantha Cleaver, Jeffrey D. Wilhelm (with his second contribution to this series), Emily Geltz, and Sarah Shanks contribute answers to the question "What mistakes do teachers make in reading instruction?"
Megan Adams, Sanjuana Rodriguez and Kate Zimmer agreed to answer a few questions about their book, "Culturally Relevant Teaching: Preparing Teachers To Include All Learners."
Regie Routman, Cindi Rigsbee, Dr. Rebecca Alber, Shaeley Santiago, and Wiley Blevins write about their suggestions for improving reading instruction.