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S7 Episode 11: PD in 30 Creating an Inclusive Classroom Community

3Ps in a Pod: An Education Podcast

Release Date: 03/26/2020

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3Ps in a Pod: An Education Podcast

For our season finale, we welcome Jaime Casap, former Google Education Evangelist, to 3Ps in a Pod. Hosts Angelia and Danielle share about the impact that Casap has had on their work before inviting him on to the show. Casap reflects on the past year in education, especially the amount everyone has learned and how to use that learning to create a more equitable future for everyone. Looking to the future, Casap talks about the importance of supporting students in becoming the world’s problem solvers, moving from an emphasis on preparing students for college and career to developing students...

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S9 Episode 17: Reflections on My First Year of Teaching with Brianna Winiesdorffer show art S9 Episode 17: Reflections on My First Year of Teaching with Brianna Winiesdorffer

3Ps in a Pod: An Education Podcast

Brianna Winiesdorffer returns to 3Ps in a Pod to talk with hosts Danielle and Kathleen about her first year of teaching as she nears the end of the school year. 3Ps in a Pod as she neared her graduation from Northern Arizona University. a few months into her teaching career last December. We’ve also been sharing about Winiesdorffer’s journey through her first year as a teacher in . Now just weeks from the end of her first year as a teacher, Winiesdorffer shares with Danielle and Kathleen about the highlights, the challenges, and what she’s learned through the past year. She reflects on...

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3Ps in a Pod: An Education Podcast

Sophie Allen-Etchart’s passion for literacy led her to create an Arizona organization to help develop a love of reading and learning in Arizona students. In today’s episode of 3Ps in a Pod, hosts Danielle and Kathleen welcome Allen-Etchardt to the podcast to talk about the impact of literacy comprehension and the work of the organization she leads, . Allen-Etchart shares about Read Better Be Better’s work, how it has advanced since its start in 2014, and the meaningful change growing out of this work. She also talks about how the organization pivoted from providing an in-person...

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3Ps in a Pod: An Education Podcast

Join 3Ps hosts Kathleen and Donnie for a conversation with the 2020 National Teacher of the Year, Tabatha Rosproy. Rosproy is a preschool teacher in Kansas and the first early childhood teacher to be named National Teacher of the Year. She shares with Kathleen and Donnie the experience of earning that title and about what first brought her into teaching. She also reflects on teacher leadership and shares the philosophy she learned with the Kansas Leadership Center that “leadership is an activity, not a position.” Rosproy also talks about the power of the ‘family model’ in the classroom...

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The National Board Certified Teacher journey doesn’t end with certification. In today’s episode, we cover one area that follows after certification: the maintenance of your National Board Certification. NBCTs Hannah Jones and Alexis LaDuca join 3Ps in a Pod hosts and NBCTs Donnie Dicus and Kathleen Paulsen to talk about what the original National Board Certification process meant to them, what NCBTs must do to maintain their certification, and why they decided to pursue that process. If you are an NBCT, you can learn more about the Maintenance of Certification process on t. The Arizona K12...

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In what ways are we serving all students in all schools? What does social justice look like in pedagogy?  Mary and Danielle are digging into those questions with Dr. Gholnecsar “Gholdy” Muhammad on this episode of 3Ps in a Pod. Dr. Muhammad breaks down the four-layered framework as goals for time spent in teaching and learning. She calls us to think about how we can unearth truth and knowledge and not just accept what we think we know. She also calls us to think about how we can leverage criticality and consciousness to provide meaningful and artistically crafted units of study for...

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Today, 3Ps in a Pod hosts Danielle and Angelia welcome global educator Dr. Jennifer Williams to the podcast. Join them as they explore Dr. Williams’ work of using EdTech for global social good and what to expect at Camp Plug and Play 16.0 happening June 14-18, 2021.  Dr. Williams has taught in both traditional and Montessori K-12 educational settings. She is the Executive Director of Take Action Global, a non-profit organization, and is also a professor who loves working with future teachers in the college of education at Saint Leo University.   You can hear more from Dr....

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In today’s policy-focused episode of 3Ps in a Pod, we explore the history and future of Arizona’s Proposition 208. Hosts Danielle and Donnie welcome Beth Lewis, executive director of Save Our Schools Arizona, and Joe Thomas, president of Arizona Education Association, to 3Ps in a Pod. Lewis reflects on her roles as both a teacher and an advocate before reviewing the journey of Prop 208 through the past years, leading up to collecting signatures and having the ballot initiative pass in the midst of COVID-19. Thomas shares his insights on what Prop 208 means for education in Arizona as a...

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Explore the new Arizona Science Standards in this PD in 30 segment of 3Ps in a Pod with Rebecca Garelli, science and STEM specialist at the Arizona Department of Education, and Robyn Yewell, fifth-grade educator at Harelson Elementary School in the Amphitheater Unified District. PD in 30 is exactly what it sounds like: a professional development session in 30 minutes or less. Garelli and Yewell will be using to talk through what has changed in the standards and what educators can do to help support students in moving into inquiry and phenomena-based learning. This segment is most beneficial...

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Today, 3Ps in a Pod hosts Donnie and Kathleen welcome math specialist John SanGiovanni to the podcast. While their conversation centers on math instruction, many of the strategies they discuss apply to all teachers. SanGiovanni is a mathematics supervisor in Howard County, Maryland, and the author of several books including Productive Math Struggle and Mine the Gap for Mathematical Understanding. In this episode, he talks about the importance of planning for instruction and getting to know your students and their conceptions of math. He also reflects with Donnie and Kathleen about the role of...

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How do you build classroom community, even while teaching remotely?

In this PD in 30 segment, Hannah Jones, NBCT, assistant technology specialist in Madison School District, and Leah Clark, English language arts teacher in Glendale Union High School District, dive into how to create an inclusive classroom community and what that can look like right now as schools are closed because of COVID-19.

PD in 30 segments are exactly what they sound like: professional development sessions in 30 minutes or less. PD in 30 is most beneficial if you’re able to listen with a pencil and paper in hand and can easily hit the pause and play buttons on your listening device.

Here are also links to several resources mentioned in this episode:

Learn more about the Arizona K12 Center at azk12.org.