I’ve missed doing my Rock The Schools podcast because one of my favorite things to do is talk about education with people who know something about it. So when Seth Tripp contacted me about being a guest on his Educator Escape podcast I was honored and excited.
Seth facilitated an honest dialogue about the lived-experiences we bring to schooling and how we must do better to accommodate the needs of diverse students.
Here are the three parts of our discussion:
Episode 1: Be Dangerous
In part one of my three-part interview with activist, writer, speaker, concerned parent, and Twitter activist Chris Stewart, aka Citizen Stewart and I discuss how the fear of his adolescent educational shortcomings and pitfalls, drove him to become the advocate and activist for a better education system, that he is today, for the sake of his son.
Episode 2: Still Eating Spaghetti
In part 2 of my conversation with education activist Chris Stewart, we discuss how we can cater education to students in every culture. We also discuss how having the right ingredients is the most important part about baking the metaphorical cake of education.
Episode 3: Keeping The Faith
In the last part of a three-part interview with education activist Chris Stewart, Chris and I discuss why school districts may need organizational psychologists. We also tackle how school districts and individual teachers can affect change to the students who bring a multitude of different cultures to their classroom.