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Wizard of Ed Podcast

Release Date: 03/07/2019

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Ebonique Brooks and Joy Liburd are apart of a thriving young African American educator community in Jacksonville, Florida. In this episode this dynamic duo will give us the real about understanding the importance of 365 days of Black history but also taking the time to celebrate and educate your students culture.  We will take a deep dive into the reality of teaching Black History  and the do's and don'ts when  engaging in the celebration of excellence.

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Setting The Vision Part 2: Leaving A Legacy  show art Setting The Vision Part 2: Leaving A Legacy

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Darryl Willie attended NC State University where he was Student Body President and has a Masters Degree in Education from the University of Georgia, and is currently a Duval Public Schools Board Member. Darryl lives on the Northside of Jacksonville with his brilliant and beautiful wife and his 3 adorable daughters.

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LaShawnda Anderson is an educator in Jacksonville, Florida and a 2014 graduate of the University of Florida.  LaShawnda currently teaches 5th grade math at KIPP Impact Middle School where she was just named Teacher of the Year for the 2019-2020 school year. In this episode LaShawnda walks us through her key strategies on how to make a good 2020 vision plan. As we are getting older the statement “new year new me” seems to fade into a distant land as we are who we are at this point in our lives.

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Defining The Problem To Make An Opportunity  show art Defining The Problem To Make An Opportunity

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Erica-Christina Little-Bartley is a native of Macon, Georgia and a graduate of Savannah State University. Currently she resides in Jacksonville, Florida where she is a Principal in Duval County. In this episode Erica- Christina will take you through her journey as an educator and leader learning how to define a problem to create her lane of success. We will explore a few key tips that will help you identify your lane and strategies to create opportunities to change the game in education.

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DeAndre Rashard is a native of Jacksonville, FL and a graduate of University of North Florida where he received his B.A.E in Elementary Education and his M.Ed in Educational Leadership. In this episode DeAndre walks us through his journey as an educator and his top tips to understanding who you are as an educator and following you own path

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Jennifer has been with The Boselli Foundation for 11 years and transformed the vision to launch the first cohort The Boselli Teacher Fellowship for Duval Educators. Jennifer's goal is to help retain teachers by providing a supportive, encouraging environment for those in our most challenging schools.  In this episode Jennifer walks us through her journey as an educator and her top tips to understanding who you are as an educator and building a pathway for yourself and others. Click the link in bio to listen

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My Kids Need Support Now What show art My Kids Need Support Now What

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WELCOME TO SEASON 2 OF THE WIZARD OF ED PODCAST!!!! ...

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All great leaders know how important sustainability is to their work.  This plan also incorporates the necessary pieces of wellness, professional development and bringing your true, authentic self into this work.  In this episode you will hear key points on how to elevate  your leadership and system level thinking. 

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Teacher leadership is a term used in K-12 schools for classroom educators who simultaneously take on administrative roles outside of their classrooms to assist in functions of the larger school system. But what if we scaled back and honed in on the skills that help us understand teacher leadership in the context of being a leader in the classroom. Leading your scholars in classroom is the foundation of understanding how to navigate different functions in the classroom.

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Student or Community Asset Mapping & Building Relationships with Students and Families  Building relationships with parents is one of the most important things to do during the first week of school. This sets the tone and flow of the year as we think about partnerships and good working relationships. One of the first things you have to do is establish good two-way communication. It is important for families and educators to have good open communication for the success of students.  Research shows that the more parents and educators share relevant information with each other...

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