The following resources for school leaders have been curated over the last few weeks from Georgetown University, DC Public Schools, national media outets as well as the weekly Wednesday night #PTchat (Parent-Teacher Chat). Included are links, podcasts, videos, curriculum and reflections aimed to support adults committed to facilitating conversations that evolve child and adult perspectives.
@MCDPEL Innovations Lab
12/19/14 4:22 PM
11/10/14 12:30 PM
PennGSE’s Mid Career Doctoral Program in Educational Leadership presents a book talk with Jose Vilson (www.thejosevilson.com) on his ground breaking book This Is Not A Test. The event explores Mr. Vilson's perspectives as a Black Latino male classroom teacher who is also a leading voice in teacher leadership and the #EduColor movement. MCDPEL student Khalilah Harris (C11) leads the discussion as part of the Program's Student Leadership Challenge.
WATCH THE ARCHIVE
Are self-proclaimed education reformers seeking to empower communities to decide what reforms should look like in their communities?
Are schools of education and/or alternative education programs supporting or hindering education reform in the ways they recruit and prepare future educators?
Do education reform celebrities make space for and amplify the voices of people in communities they serve through their own bully pulpits?
Are the most prominent education reform agendas helpful and/or even beneficial to communities of color?
Format: The event was available LIVE on location AND virtually. Hashtag #pennedchat was engaged as an active backchannel for local and global interactivity. See what those engaged with Jose and Khalilah had to share on the Twitter backchannel below.