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What is our favorite episode of TEP Talks? Join The Education Partners as we take a stroll down memory lane and review clips, celebrate our guests, and thank you, our loyal listeners, during our season finale.Full EpisodesTEP Talks about Professional Learning CommunitiesTEP Talks about the Insurrection at the Capitol BuildingLearn more about The Education Partners at https://www.theeducationpartners.com.The music used in this episode is “Chillin’ With Jeris” by CopperHead, featuring Jeris licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial (3.0) license.
Imagine a school where students and teachers are happy, productive, and thrive. Too good to be true?  Not in a ridiculously amazing school. Join The Education Partners as we discuss school culture and adult social and emotional well-being with Jeff Waller, author of Ridiculously Amazing Schools and Co-Creator of 7Mindsets.Learn more about Ridiculously Amazing Schools: Creating a Culture Where Everyone Thrives https://7mindsets.myshopify.com/collections/frontpage/products/ridiculously-amazing-schools-creating-a-culture-where-everyone-thrivesConnect with 7MindsetsEmail: info@7mindsets.comFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/7Mindsets/Twitter: @7MindsetsLearn more about The Education Partners at https://www.theeducationpartners.comThe music used in this episode is “Chillin’ With Jeris” by CopperHead, featuring Jeris licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial (3.0) license.
Do you want to inspire empathy? Are you looking for engaging ways to connect your classroom with the world? Join The Education Partners as we discuss promoting cross-cultural understanding and global citizenship with Akash Patel, Founder of Happy World Foundation.Learn more about Happy World Foundation at https://happyworldfoundation.us/.Connect with Happy World FoundationEmail: info@happyworldfoundation.usFacebook Instagram Twitter Learn more about The Education Partners at https://www.theeducationpartners.com.The music used in this episode is “Chillin’ With Jeris” by CopperHead, featuring Jeris licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial (3.0) license.
Are you interested in promoting intercultural understanding between children around the world? Join The Education Partners as we discuss collaborating with teachers and students to bring joy to children facing challenges, inspire creativity and build a kinder world with Ben Schumaker, Founder of the Memory Project.Learn more about The Memory Project at https://www.memoryproject.org/. Connect with The Memory ProjectEmail: info@memoryproject.org FacebookInstagram Twitter Learn more about The Education Partners at https://www.theeducationpartners.com.The music used in this episode is “Chillin’ With Jeris” by CopperHead, featuring Jeris licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial (3.0) license. 
Are you looking for insights into mother-tongue instruction? Is international literacy an area of interest? Join The Education Partners as we discuss mother-tongue-based literacy instruction and family and community engagement in Uganda with Annette M. Kiberu, Librarian and International Literacy Association Board Member (2020-2023).Contact Annette M. Kiberu:Email: annettekiberu@yahoo.comTwitter: @AnnetteKiberuSee Annette Kiberu in action sharing how to use a story to supplement a topic in the classroom and conducting a library lesson.https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCsJpB67J4oX1gAlQHZ_4OTwLearn more about The Education Partners at https://www.theeducationpartners.comThe music used in this episode is “Chillin’ With Jeris” by CopperHead, featuring Jeris licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial (3.0) license.
Why is advocacy important? How do I advocate for students with disabilities? Join The Education Partners as we discuss supporting students with special needs and their families with a panel of educators and advocates. Connect with the panelistCatlin Cress, Speech and Language Patholigist,  caitcress@gmail.comKathleen Harvey, Special Educator, kpharvey80@gmail.comRobert Moore, Youth Advocate,  robertmoore1092@gmail.comLearn more about The Education Partners at https://www.theeducationpartners.comLearn more about being a Live in the Balance Advocate at https://www.livesinthebalance.org/advocatorsThe music used in this episode is “Chillin’ With Jeris” by CopperHead, featuring Jeris licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial (3.0) license.
Why are challenging kids challenging? What should we be doing differently to help our kids better than we are helping them now? Join The Education Partners as we discuss the non-punitive, non-adversarial, trauma-informed model of care, Collaborative and Proactive Solutions with its originator, Dr. Ross Greene.Learn more about  Collaborative and Proactive Solutions at  https://www.livesinthebalance.org.Learn more about the award-winning documentary The Kids We Lose at  https://www.thekidswelose.com.Learn more about The Education Partners at https://www.theeducationpartners.com.The music used in this episode is “Chillin’ With Jeris” by CopperHead, featuring Jeris licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial (3.0) license.
How do we talk about the events of January 6, 2021, at the U.S. Capitol with students?  Join the Education Partners as we discuss the insurrection and provide a safe forum for the education community to explore ways to support having critical conversations about democracy and justice in our classrooms. Follow The Education PartnersFacebook: www.facebook.com/TheEducationPartners/Twitter: @TheEduPartners Resourceshttps://www.tolerance.org/https://www.sesameworkshop.org/https://www.lineageproject.org/Learn more about The Education Partners at https://www.theeducationpartners.com.The music used in this episode is “Chillin’ With Jeris” by CopperHead, featuring Jeris licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial (3.0) license. 
What are three things we have learned during the pandemic?  Join The Education Partners as we reflect on the effect of COVID-19 on school communities and consider the themes of immediacy, compassion fatigue, and technology integration and how they influence teaching and learning. Register for Engage! Building a Culturally Responsive Virtual Classroom at https://info.theeducationpartners.com/nov16-engagewebinar.Register for Lead! Building Capacity for Virtual Learning at https://info.theeducationpartners.com/nov18-leadwebinar. Learn more about The Education Partners at https://www.theeducationpartners.com.The music used in this episode is “Chillin’ With Jeris” by CopperHead, featuring Jeris licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial (3.0) license. 
How do we create a talented pipeline of world-class educators equipped to transform educational outcomes in a virtual world? Join The Education Partners as we discuss teacher preparation, virtual instruction, and the important role that HBCUs play in education, with Nina L. Gilbert, Ed.D.,  Morehouse College, Director of the Center for Excellence in Education. Learn more about the Morehouse Center for Excellence in Education at https://morehouse.edu/centers/morehousecenterforexcellenceineducation/https://www.instagram.com/morehouse1867/Receive free distance-learning resources for teachers and students at http://gemst.sg-host.com/index.php/free-distance-learning/Learn more about The Education Partners at https://www.theeducationpartners.com.The music used in this episode is “Chillin’ With Jeris” by CopperHead, featuring Jeris licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial (3.0) license.
What does the research say about reading? In this new era of teaching and learning, how do we follow research—not reactions—to effectively serve our students? Join The Education Partners as we discuss research, professional learning, and the science of reading with Dr. Rachael Gabriel, Associate Professor of Literacy Education at the University of Connecticut.Learn more about  Dr. Rachael Gabriel at https://education.uconn.edu/person/rachael-gabriel/. Read Dr. Gabriel’s article “Beyond the Label” in the Sept./Oct. Literacy Today magazine, published by the International Literacy Association at http://viewer.zmags.com/publication/ac63aa7d#/ac63aa7d/1.Listen to the Literacy Fellows Podcast at https://literacyfellows.podbean.com/. Learn more about The Education Partners at https://www.theeducationpartners.com.The music used in this episode is “Chillin’ With Jeris” by CopperHead, featuring Jeris licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial (3.0) license.
Are you looking for an engaging,  differentiated approach to supporting teacher professional learning and leadership? Join The Education Partners as we discuss communities of practice, relational trust, and virtual professional development with Dr. Esmeralda Carini, Creator, and Facilitator of the Hawaii Lab Cohort (HLC).Learn more about  Dr. Esmeralda Carini and the Hawaii Lab Cohort at https://www.hawaiilabcohort.com.See the HLC Model at https://www.hawaiilabcohort.com/hlc-model.Receive free distance-learning resources for teachers and students at http://gemst.sg-host.com/index.php/free-distance-learning/.Learn more about The Education Partners at https://www.theeducationpartners.com.The music used in this episode is “Chillin’ With Jeris” by CopperHead, featuring Jeris licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial (3.0) license.
How are we supporting schools to promote authentic change? Join The Education Partners as we continue our conversation with Vanessa Solomon, focusing on the 2020–2021 school year, teaching generation alpha, and addressing the social and emotional needs of the school community during these unprecedented times. Learn more about Vanessa Solomon at https://www.linkedin.com/in/vanessalsolomon/Receive free distance-learning resources for teachers and students at http://gemst.sg-host.com/index.php/free-distance-learning/Learn more about The Education Partners at https://www.theeducationpartners.com.The music used in this episode is “Chillin’ With Jeris” by CopperHead, featuring Jeris licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial (3.0) license.  
What does it take to grow adult learners using technology? How do we authentically engage families in virtual learning? Join The Education Partners as we discuss teaching and learning during the pandemic with Vanessa Solomon, an Independent Education Consultant. Learn more about Vanessa Solomon at https://www.linkedin.com/in/vanessalsolomon/Receive free distance-learning resources for teachers and students at http://gemst.sg-host.com/index.php/free-distance-learning/Learn more about The Education Partners at https://www.theeducationpartners.com.The music used in this episode is “Chillin’ With Jeris” by CopperHead, featuring Jeris licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial (3.0) license.  
Language bias, racial and ethnic justice, and citizenship status. How can educators better serve immigrant students and families? Join The Education Partners as we discuss immigration and bilingual education with Dr. Maria Uribe, Senior Instructor at the University of Colorado Denver in the School of Education and Human Development.Learn more about Dr. Uribe at https://education.ucdenver.edu/about-us/faculty-directory/maria-uribe-ucd22560Learn more about Todos Vamos A Estar Bien/We’re Going To Be Alright at  https://www.amazon.com/Were-Going-Alright-Maria-Uribe/dp/1546206795Receive free distance-learning resources for teachers and students at http://gemst.sg-host.com/index.php/free-distance-learning/Learn more about The Education Partners at https://www.theeducationpartners.com.The music used in this episode is “Chillin’ With Jeris” by CopperHead, featuring Jeris licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial (3.0) license.
What are the 7 Mindsets? How can we promote safe and supportive environments for students, teachers, and families in an era of physical distancing? Join The Education Partners as we discuss Social Emotional Learning with Chelsea Buchanan, Director of Education & Mindset for 7Mindsets.Learn more about 7Mindsets at https://7mindsets.comFollow 7MindsetsFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/7Mindsets/Twitter: @7MindsetsLearn more about Ridiculously Amazing Schools: Creating a Culture Where Everyone Thrives https://7mindsets.myshopify.com/collections/frontpage/products/ridiculously-amazing-schools-creating-a-culture-where-everyone-thrivesReceive free distance-learning resources for teachers and students at http://gemst.sg-host.com/index.php/free-distance-learning/Learn more about The Education Partners at https://www.theeducationpartners.comThe music used in this episode is “Chillin’ With Jeris” by CopperHead, featuring Jeris licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial (3.0) license.
Learning management system, continuity plans, and e-learning, oh my! Join The Education Partners as we discuss the future of education with Agilix Labs. Learn more about Agilix at https://agilix.com/about-usLearn more about the Agilix Continuity of Learning program at https://agilix.com/freecontent/Receive free distance-learning resources for teachers and students at http://gemst.sg-host.com/index.php/free-distance-learning/Learn more about The Education Partners at https://www.theeducationpartners.com/.The music used in this episode is “Chillin’ With Jeris” by CopperHead, featuring Jeris licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial (3.0) license.
How do we continue providing services to our students with IEPs during this time of physical distancing? Is telehealth the solution? In what areas can we support our students and families? Join The Education Partners for a conversation with a Speech Pathologist on servicing students remotely. Receive free distance-learning resources for teachers and students at http://gemst.sg-host.com/index.php/free-distance-learning/.Learn more about The Education Partners at https://www.theeducationpartners.com/.The music used in this episode is “Chillin’ With Jeris” by CopperHead featuring Jeris licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial (3.0) license.
What are Advanced Literacies? How can we promote literacy learning during physical distancing and continuity of learning? Join The Education Partners for a conversation on language, literacy and COVID-19. Receive free distance-learning resources for teachers and students at http://gemst.sg-host.com/index.php/free-distance-learning/.Learn more about The Education Partners at https://www.theeducationpartners.com/.The music used in this episode is “Chillin’ With Jeris” by CopperHead featuring Jeris licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial (3.0) license. 
In this bonus episode, The Education Partners shares their statement of solidarity with all who are committed to anti-racism, equity, and justice.Learn more about The Education Partners at https://www.theeducationpartners.com/.The music used in this episode is “midwinter" by airtone 2018- Licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial (3.0) license. 
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