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Katrina Schwartz
San Francisco journalist currently working for KQED Public Radio. Staff writer for the NPR education blog MindShift
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MindShift Sep 17
🎧New Podcast Episode!🎧 Kids notice race and class early but some first grade teachers are uncomfortable broaching these issues. However, the harm of staying silent became unacceptable for . “I realized I couldn't do it anymore.”
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KQED Sep 13
Bay Area residents: we want your wisdom. If you had ONE tip (serious) to offer to a newcomer to the region... what would that one tip be? (Your answers could feature in a list on our site!)
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Jennifer Gonzalez Sep 12
“We’re a Family” and Other School Norms that Can Cause Burnout
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Olivia Allen-Price is at #ONA19⚡ Sep 12
Hey people in tech who follow me. Can we fix this? Favoring large, national outlets is fueling the demise of local journalism -- and killing the watchdogs of local governance. Our focus on the national is destructive.
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Frank Bonsal III Aug 30
Your Strategies For Supporting Anxious Kids At Home And At School - by via
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Tamara Fyke Sep 9
Yes! We create a sense of belonging through authentic relationships.
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Inquired Sep 10
Who loves the QFT from ? Here are some great thoughts (as always) from on the QFT!
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Katrina Schwartz Sep 6
Sometimes when I dress up a little just for fun, or as a confidence boost, I literally feel like I’m getting strange looks on the street.
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Teaching Tolerance Sep 6
How do you choose classroom readings that reflect your students’ lived experiences? Use the ‘Reading Diversity’ tool to make it easier! 📚
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PBLWorks Sep 5
We asked our National Faculty and Staff to share - helpful suggestions for Project Based Learning. Thanks, ! What are yours? Looking for more? Visit our site!
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Jennifer Gonzalez Sep 4
A Must-Have Guide to Culturally Responsive Teaching
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KQED News Aug 28
"Negligence can't explain 16 years of failing to tell a community what's happening or doing something to stop it." — Gustavo Aguirre Jr., Central California Environmental Justice Network project coordinator
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Katrina Schwartz Aug 29
I’ve always wondered about this...it really doesn’t seem like their natural habitat.
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David Geurin Aug 29
Teachers give lots of encouragement, and they need encouragement too. 1. You inspire. 2. You make everyone around you better. 3. Your students are lucky to have you. 4. You saved the day with your willingness to help. 5. Your positive attitude is contagious. 6. Thank you!
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NPR Aug 25
One school started a weekly group to help students with anxiety. They discuss their anxiety, gain confidence that they're not the only ones struggling, and learn strategies to help them cope. (via )
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Joy Harjo Aug 25
I came up teaching in the Poetry in the Schools Programs in NM and OK. The students were always responsive and excited. And the classes that I was warned were the most challenging wrote the best poems. They needed poetry.
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KQED Aug 25
Residents of this longstanding live-work space defied expectations by buying Oakland’s last section of undeveloped, privately-owned waterfront: "I don’t think they expected us to get it together."
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Renee Moore Aug 24
Some of us have known this a long time. As a parent and teacher of dyslexic children, I’m glad to see the truth finally get spread. Need more advocacy in this area.
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KQED News Aug 25
As students struggle with increasing mental health issues such as anxiety, parents and schools try to figure out how to help. talks to about her reporting on this topic for . 🔗
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Katrina Schwartz Aug 23
If you care about how kids are learning to read, you should listen/read this: It was illuminating and I don't think many or fully understand the cognitive science behind via
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