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Theory Meets Practice: A Podcast for Teachers

Jennifer Castillo & Aimee O'Donnell

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Theory Meets Practice: A Podcast for Teachers
Theory Meets Practice: A Podcast for Teachers

Theory Meets Practice: A Podcast for Teachers

Jennifer Castillo & Aimee O'Donnell

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Latest Episodes

The Borderlands Workshop

In this workshop, we focused excerpts from Gloria Anzaldúa's Borderlands/La Frontera: The New Mestiza. Specifically, we defined and discussed her theories of the borderland and mestiza consciousness.

33 MIN3 w ago
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The Borderlands Workshop

Culturally Responsive Teaching

n this workshop, we focused on two texts: Dr. AnaLouise Keating's "Beyond Intersectionality" from her book Transformation Now!: Toward a Post-Oppositional Politics of Change and Rosario Morales's "We're All in the Same Boat" from the anthology This Bridge Called My Back.

30 MINOCT 2
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Culturally Responsive Teaching

Fostering Relationships at the Beginning of the Year Workshop

Today we discuss our most recent workshop for faculty about fostering relationships at the beginning of the school year using culturally responsive teaching methods.

36 MINSEP 11
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Fostering Relationships at the Beginning of the Year Workshop

Resistance Workshop

EThis workshop focused on resistance as shown through feminist art. We watched clips from Beyonce's Netflix documentary Homecoming and viewed some of Mikael Owunna's incredible photos from is "Infinite Essence" series.

36 MINJUN 3
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Resistance Workshop

Labor Workshop 2

This workshop continued on the subject of labor. We reviewed definitions, read and discussed Virginia Woolf, and reflected on our own labor in the classroom.

31 MINMAY 13
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Labor Workshop 2

Dancing on Our Turtle's Back

In Leanne Betasamosake Simpson's book: Dancing on Our Turtle's Back: Stories of Nishnaabeg Re-Creation, Resurgence and a New Emergence. In this text, Simpson advocates for reconciliation between Indigenous People and Canada.

31 MINMAY 7
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Dancing on Our Turtle's Back

Get to Know Your Hosts

Today, we're sharing a little bit about ourselves in an effort to build community with you, our listeners!

31 MINAPR 30
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Get to Know Your Hosts

Labor Workshop

This episode is about our most recent workshop. We defined different types of labor and discussed their significance. We then invited teachers and staff to think about the different types of labor they do for others as well as the types of labor they willingly accept and expect from others.

42 MINAPR 22
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Labor Workshop

Thunder in my Soul: A Mohawk Woman Speaks

This episode is focused on Patricia Monture-Angus' book: Thunder in My Soul, A Mohawk Woman Speaks. In Thunder in My Soul, A Mohawk Woman Speaks, Monture-Angus shares deeply personal experiences as a woman, law student and professor living in colonial Canada.

34 MINAPR 17
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Thunder in my Soul: A Mohawk Woman Speaks

This Bridge Called My Back

EThis episode is focused on This Bridge Called My Back, an amazing anthology of creative work by women of color, edited by Gloria Anzaldúa and Cherrie Moraga. These two women created a space for women of color to share their experiences and stories. Each author labored to bring her story to the page and to make her lived experience visible to a wide audience.

29 MINMAR 25
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This Bridge Called My Back

Latest Episodes

The Borderlands Workshop

In this workshop, we focused excerpts from Gloria Anzaldúa's Borderlands/La Frontera: The New Mestiza. Specifically, we defined and discussed her theories of the borderland and mestiza consciousness.

33 MIN3 w ago
Comments
The Borderlands Workshop

Culturally Responsive Teaching

n this workshop, we focused on two texts: Dr. AnaLouise Keating's "Beyond Intersectionality" from her book Transformation Now!: Toward a Post-Oppositional Politics of Change and Rosario Morales's "We're All in the Same Boat" from the anthology This Bridge Called My Back.

30 MINOCT 2
Comments
Culturally Responsive Teaching

Fostering Relationships at the Beginning of the Year Workshop

Today we discuss our most recent workshop for faculty about fostering relationships at the beginning of the school year using culturally responsive teaching methods.

36 MINSEP 11
Comments
Fostering Relationships at the Beginning of the Year Workshop

Resistance Workshop

EThis workshop focused on resistance as shown through feminist art. We watched clips from Beyonce's Netflix documentary Homecoming and viewed some of Mikael Owunna's incredible photos from is "Infinite Essence" series.

36 MINJUN 3
Comments
Resistance Workshop

Labor Workshop 2

This workshop continued on the subject of labor. We reviewed definitions, read and discussed Virginia Woolf, and reflected on our own labor in the classroom.

31 MINMAY 13
Comments
Labor Workshop 2

Dancing on Our Turtle's Back

In Leanne Betasamosake Simpson's book: Dancing on Our Turtle's Back: Stories of Nishnaabeg Re-Creation, Resurgence and a New Emergence. In this text, Simpson advocates for reconciliation between Indigenous People and Canada.

31 MINMAY 7
Comments
Dancing on Our Turtle's Back

Get to Know Your Hosts

Today, we're sharing a little bit about ourselves in an effort to build community with you, our listeners!

31 MINAPR 30
Comments
Get to Know Your Hosts

Labor Workshop

This episode is about our most recent workshop. We defined different types of labor and discussed their significance. We then invited teachers and staff to think about the different types of labor they do for others as well as the types of labor they willingly accept and expect from others.

42 MINAPR 22
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Labor Workshop

Thunder in my Soul: A Mohawk Woman Speaks

This episode is focused on Patricia Monture-Angus' book: Thunder in My Soul, A Mohawk Woman Speaks. In Thunder in My Soul, A Mohawk Woman Speaks, Monture-Angus shares deeply personal experiences as a woman, law student and professor living in colonial Canada.

34 MINAPR 17
Comments
Thunder in my Soul: A Mohawk Woman Speaks

This Bridge Called My Back

EThis episode is focused on This Bridge Called My Back, an amazing anthology of creative work by women of color, edited by Gloria Anzaldúa and Cherrie Moraga. These two women created a space for women of color to share their experiences and stories. Each author labored to bring her story to the page and to make her lived experience visible to a wide audience.

29 MINMAR 25
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This Bridge Called My Back
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