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#25: Teacher Anne Nyffeler

Podcast Anne Nyffeler is a great teacher and instructional coach in San Francisco and is the editor of Anne-otations, The Highlighter’s new feature! Each week, Anne will select one excellent podcast episode to share. This week, it’s “You Had Me at Black.” We talk about microaggressions and how white teachers can lessen the violence that many students of color face in the classroom. Please listen and let us know what you think! http://j.mp/2x8G8PC

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#25: Teacher Anne Nyffeler

Podcast Teacher Anne Nyffeler is on the show to unveil Anne-otations, The Highlighter’s new feature! Every week, Anne will select one excellent podcast episode for you to listen to and comment on. Anne’s first recommendation is “You Had Me at Black,” in which an African American college students recounts a story of microaggression in the classroom. Anne and I share our own teaching experiences and consider how to mitigate the violence of microaggressions. Please listen and let us know what you think! http://j.mp/2x8G8PC

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#24: School Leader Omar Bryan

Podcast Omar Bryan is a talented artist, art teacher, and school leader in the Bay Area. He’s also a big champion of The Highlighter! On the show, we talk about how he got into education and how he applies his art background in building relationships with students. We also had a chance to chat about this week’s lead article, “Millennials Are Screwed,” by Michael Hobbes. Please take a listen! http://j.mp/2x8G8PC

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#23: Educator Jamie Marantz

Podcast Jamie Marantz is an experienced educator in the Bay Area who works relentlessly to disrupt predictable educational outcomes for young people. She questions school policies that are for the comfort of adults rather than for the benefit of the children. In this episode, Jamie and I talk about two pieces: the NPR article (#121) on Ballou High School in Washington DC and about the Code Switch podcast on Ron Brown College Preparatory High School in Washington DC. This is an episode that will shake you and get you thinking, so please enjoy! http://j.mp/2x8G8PC

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#22: Barbara Shreve

Podcast Barbara Shreve is an outstanding Math educator in the Bay Area who believes in the power of math to support young people’s identity formation — who they are and how they have agency in the world. She is also a wonderful, caring, close friend. On the show, we talk about our deep respect for high-quality journalism. We chat about our experience working on our high school newspaper and how it shaped our perspectives on news reporting today. We also share our thoughts on the Washington Post story that appeared in last week’s issue of The Highlighter. Enjoy! http://j.mp/2x8G8PC

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#21: Teacher Olivia Morales

Podcast Olivia Morales teaches social studies in New Orleans and is the co-founder of Teacher Beasts, which promotes exercise and wellness among educators. On the show, Olivia and I talk about the educational landscape in New Orleans, particularly its emphasis on high-stakes testing and charter schools. We also chat about “The Nationalist Delusion,” which appeared last week in the newsletter. Please listen and enjoy! http://j.mp/2x8G8PC