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Long Island, NY
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Illinois side of St Louis :p)
Chicago, south suburbss
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The Poconos of Pennsylvania
St. Pete Florida
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Hi From West Palm Beach, Florida :)
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Hello from New Mexico.
Hi! I live in Stroudsburg
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Hello.. AZ from Navajo Reservation.
Hi! I live in Atlanta!
HI! SW Florida here!
Hello from Boston! Excited to be here.
Welcome Atlanta/SW FL! So may great educators here today we love serving you!
I’m watching for your questions and comments, everyone— please keep in touch throughout!
esearch also shows that students of all backgrounds prefer teachers of color.
Welcome Warm Demanders here today— we see you we read your tweets we follow your joy on Insta and we love being your partners!
Hi! Beverly Tatum discusses Race, Ethnic, and Cultural (REC) Identity development with like-peer groups in early education. What can a single teacher do in primary education to facilitate secure and resilient identity development even with children that share different REC identity?
Glendaliz is just about to take us there— love and commitment to the very best for all— high standards!
So much emerging innovations, Gavin! An exciting time to participate in systemic change.
Our district is reading this as a book study. Great book!
It’s MASSIVE Stephanie—a wonderful voice to lead us….
I often think that I never shared with my students that I was the first person in my family (on either side) to go to college - and how many students might be able to identify with that - and much I would have loved to hear their stories.
Yes & the comments from the public were awful
I did. The principal learned his story!! Loved it.
That's how it's done!
Thank you @PaulaReed!
That deeper connection and understanding can help students to feel like a valued part of the classroom community.
"Check your deficit monitor" - thank you @Glendaliz
There will be no significant learning without a significant relationship— Dr. James Comer
Yes @ELizabeth, Dr. Comer one of the founders of social emotional learning
@Elizabeth I 100% believe that.
Reminds me that teachers need to say their names….respectfully and correctly. So important as part of VABB.
@Paula I bring that up in PD all the time. We need to make it a norm to correct people when they say names incorrectly. I always encourage adults to correct me! Why is this something anyone should feel they need to accept?
Leveled text leads to leveled lives— Dr. Alfred Tatum
Jennifer White Oliver
Can we go back to the four elements? We have not had the training yet, and I want to get all the information
There is no good slave owner
Thanks for hosing! Will the recording be provided to the attendees?
Also, living in the Big House is part of the separation of the enslaved "Willie Lynch Syndrome"
I can’t wait to read this book!! Go Science!
@Lee - Yes, the recordings for all sessions will be available on the Hub - just where you joined from today!
To be honest, and unfortunately, some teachers don’t have the educational and historical background to identify “problematic language”.
We will clip and send if we don’t get back today, Jennifer w!
I love it!!!
Very cool :)
Great thank you Amy!
We need to show what students can be, not only talk about the stereotypical situations of POC.
Yes, its a great book to share!
Femineer of the future! :)
We are all learning together, everyone— keep the conversation going on social!
Please tag us in your Tweets! @CurriculumAssoc. You can use #MagneticReading. We'd love to hear your takeaways + thoughts on today's session.
Is there a list of thought leaders you can provide?
Powerful! I absolutely enjoyed everything you spoke about!
Thank you Arvivian! Thanks Kay!
@Glenaliz: "Your children need to be at the center of your work, not you."
Such a powerful session! thank yo
Thank you for sharing this. It is definitely important to understand our students' culture. I enjoyed everything you said.
Do you have any recommendations for Native American authors and resources for this topic.
Where can we find books ie Henry Box Brown that will give the very needed story but with different language? Is that even a possibility?
Thank you for this wonderful PD!
Thank you so much for this information. Looking forward to your list of resources.
Great! The story is important but the language is not very good in that book
what was the name of that article?
We will put resources in the Hub - stay tuned for an email from us with links!
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Thanks for sharing. A commitment to change is at the hear of the transition.
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Thank you for the great session!
Thank you for this amazing session. I feel like I can better serve my students (and more things to read and implement in my classroom!!) I really appreciate you all.
Thank you so very much for an informative session.
Thank you for the information.
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Thank you - great job!
Thank you for this. Very powerful and thought-provoking.
This was Awesome Thanks!
One of the best presentations!!!
THANK YOU ALL! Come visit next week!
A fantastic starting point. Thank you.
This was awesome. As I expected.
Thanks so much so informative and insightful!
Thank you! Great information!
You are an inspiration. Thank you.
Tina Wells Martin
Thanks so much. I enjoyed everything.
Thank you cmjackson!
I learned so much
Great session! Thank you so much!
Roz from Roselle: The was so helpful. Thank you!
I wish we had more time. Great session. Thank you!
Thank you, your awesome.
Come hear how to serve your older students who need decoding work to be set free in to reading!
I won last week!
This was awesome ! Thank You