This week’s guest, Lindsay Lyons, shares how by including student voice and enhancing the curriculum to include opportunities to discuss important topics, the culture of the classroom increases equity and inclusiveness. In this episode, we discuss:
Curriculum Design for Difficult Topics
Student Partnership Opportunities
And her podcast, Time for Teachership!
About Lindsay Lyons:
Lindsay Lyons (she/her) is an educational justice coach who works with teachers and school leaders to inspire educational innovation for racial and gender justice, design curricula grounded in student voice, and build capacity for shared leadership. Lindsay taught in NYC public schools, holds a PhD in Leadership and Change, and is the founder of the educational blog and podcast, Time for Teachership. Follow Lindsay Lyons:
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Aspire to Lead made it to the Best New Education Books
[caption id="attachment_3718" align="alignnone" width="1024"] Aspire to Lead, Joshua Stamper, Book Authority Award, Best new book[/caption]
I'm happy to announce that my book, "Aspire to Lead", made it to BookAuthority's Best New Education Books.BookAuthority collects and ranks the best books in the world, and it is a great honor to get this kind of recognition. Thank you for all your support!The book is available for purchase on Amazon.
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[caption id="attachment_3022" align="alignnone" width="1024"] Teach Better Podcast Network, Aspire: The Leadership Development Podcast[/caption]