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Visions of Education
Podcast by & where we bring fuzzy ideas in education into focus. Subscribe on iTunes/Stitcher. Show notes at
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New podcast! and Kaylene Stevens talk about their research on broaching race in the social studies classroom:
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Visions of Education Feb 22
[New Episode] Ep. 77: Approaches to teaching race in the Social Studies Classroom with & Kaylene Stevens!
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Visions of Education Feb 22
Moments away from Episode 77: Approaches to Teaching Race in the Social Studies Classroom with Christopher C. Martell & Kaylene M. Stevens!
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Visions of Education Feb 22
There might be awards given for the first listener who can identify Michael's daughter making a noise in the background for each episode.
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Visions of Education Feb 21
We can see if ’s university can do it! But if any other people or universities can do it then we will gladly add it to our shownotes! When would they need it by?
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Visions of Education Feb 12
ICYMI: EPISODE 39: SUPPORTING TRANSGENDER STUDENTS WITH & GENEVIEVE MA’YET: Unlike the Department of Education, we support transgender students at the Visions of Education podcast.
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CUFA ScholarsofColor Feb 8
Check out this podcast with one of our own!!
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Ana Post Feb 7
Don't miss Dissertation Award winner Noreen Naseem Rodriguez discussing the importance of culturally relevant histories . Read her new SSYL article re: teaching about Japanese-American incarceration here:
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Rho Kappa Feb 7
Don't miss Dissertation Award winner Noreen Naseem Rodriguez discussing the importance of culturally relevant histories . Read her new SSYL article re: teaching about Japanese-American incarceration here:
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TRSE Feb 7
Be on the lookout for a TRSE article with Dr. Rodriguez () on this topic VERY soon!
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NCSS Feb 7
Don't miss Dissertation Award winner Noreen Naseem Rodriguez discussing the importance of culturally relevant histories . Read her new SSYL article re: teaching about Japanese-American incarceration here:
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Visions of Education Feb 7
ICYMI: NEW POD: Episode 76: Teaching Asian-American Histories with Noreen Naseem Rodriguez (): With detailed shownotes too!
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Noreen Naseem Rdz Feb 7
Whoa... I'm featured in the latest podcast on teaching Asian American histories!
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Visions of Education Feb 7
NEW POD: Episode 76: Teaching Asian-American Histories with Noreen Naseem Rodriguez (): Make sure to check out the great resources in our shownotes too!
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Visions of Education Feb 7
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Visions of Education Feb 5
Awesome! We had Jane C Lo on as a guest to discuss Civics Sims in the Classroom! Can’t wait to check out this issue!
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Visions of Education Feb 4
Have you read the news on ’s findings on failures to teach slavery well? Don’t fret. We have a report author coming on the pod soon. In the meantime:
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TRSE Jan 31
ICYMI: Cathryn van Kessel & Ryan Crowley sat down with to talk about all things evil in social studies education:
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TRSE Jan 29
NEW episode! Cathryn van Kessel and Ryan Crowley discuss their recent TRSE article, "Villainification and Evil in Social Studies Education"!
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