The Black Scholars Podcast
Episode 43 — The Pandemic in Education 2.0 (featuring Dr. Kanesha L. Moore)

Episode 43 — The Pandemic in Education 2.0 (featuring Dr. Kanesha L. Moore)

October 10, 2021

"Have some compassion for yourself...do what you enjoy...do what you have to do, but make some time to do what you enjoy..." — Dr. Kanesha L. Moore

For the first time on the show, we have an educator and a scholar who isn’t in the K-12 “hamster wheel.” Dr. Kanesha L. Moore, from Memphis, Tennessee, is a psychologist at a large public university in Texas. The Spelman College alumna has been teaching since 2012. We discuss how we have been impacted by Covid-19, the importance of mental health, self-care, etc. More importantly, we discuss how college students and professors have been impacted by the global pandemic and how we educators can bounce back despite the pandemic.

 

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Episode 42—The Pandemic in Education 2.0 (featuring Jailyn Jenkins)

Episode 42—The Pandemic in Education 2.0 (featuring Jailyn Jenkins)

September 26, 2021

"At the core, I know my experience was eclectic, so I wanted to use that experience and wisdom to help propel our Black & Brown students forward (especially in the STEM field)" - Jailyn Jenkins

From Self Care Part 1 (episode 22), Jailyn Jenkins is back. With 7 years of experience in the industry, Jailyn brings a lot to the show. She is no longer a high school teacher. She now serves as a high school science instructional coach in the Denver, Colorado area. Join us as we compare and contrast the ups and downs between the first year of the pandemic in education and this current year. 

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Episode 41—America to Me Series — Episode 10: America Will Be

Episode 41—America to Me Series — Episode 10: America Will Be

August 30, 2020

America to Me is a Starz docu-series. There are approximately 10 episodes that highlight Oak Park and River Forest High School in Oak Park, Illinois, a suburb outside of Chicago. This episode is the final installment of the series. On episode 10, "America Will Be” of the America to Me series, I only focus on two issues: the importance of effective school leadership and why educators should only focus on what we can control. I've enjoyed watching and analyzing this documentary and look forward to future work from these filmmakers. I'll keep an attentive eye on the progress of Oak Park and River Forest High School and that community. After all, I am a product of the Midwest.

 

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Episode 40—America to Me Series — Episode 9: The Invisible T-Shirt

Episode 40—America to Me Series — Episode 9: The Invisible T-Shirt

August 23, 2020

America to Me is a Starz docu-series. There are approximately 10 episodes that highlight Oak Park and River Forest High School in Oak Park, Illinois, a suburb outside of Chicago. This episode is the ninth installment of the series. On episode 9, "The Invisible T-Shirt” of the America to Me series, I relate my experience attending small colleges in predominately-White towns to Kendale's college visit. I also analyze Tiara's academic struggles and a potential solution. Terrence goes to court with his mother regarding guardianship, and Ms. Stovall's Woven program is met with resistance from administration, again. Lastly, I discuss the question, "Why aren't there more Black and Brown educators?" It's not an easy answer.

 

The next series will focus on my book, Becoming an Effective Black Educator, available via paperback or e-Book. I'm excited to discuss this content in details as it directly relates to our current conundrums in education and within our own careers. I want everyone to be successful, and I plan on giving away a few copies during this series.

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PSA — Thanks to Participant’s America to Me: Real Talk campaign, you can watch the America to Me docuseries and access the “Real Talk” guide for free. Click here. Input code “ATM2020” in all caps into the “Conference Code” box. 

 

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Episode 39—America to Me Series — Episode 8: Nobody Can Hold You Down

Episode 39—America to Me Series — Episode 8: Nobody Can Hold You Down

August 16, 2020

America to Me is a Starz docu-series. There are approximately 10 episodes that highlight Oak Park and River Forest High School in Oak Park, Illinois, a suburb outside of Chicago. This episode is the eighth installment of the series. On episode 8, "Nobody Can Hold You Down” of the America to Me series, I share effective strategies to combat against student's anxiety particularly test anxiety, which is currently impacting Caroline. I also discuss Mr. Clark, one of the few Black male educators at Oak Park River Forest High School. Lastly, I ponder how educators should connect with kids like Tiara, who doesn't give her full effort in any academic sense.

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PSA — Thanks to Participant’s America to Me: Real Talk campaign, you can watch the America to Me docuseries and access the “Real Talk” guide for free. Click here. Input code “ATM2020” in all caps into the “Conference Code” box. 

 

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Episode 38—America to Me Series — Episode 7:Tsunami of Privilege

Episode 38—America to Me Series — Episode 7:Tsunami of Privilege

August 9, 2020

America to Me is a Starz docu-series. There are approximately 10 episodes that highlight Oak Park and River Forest High School in Oak Park, Illinois, a suburb outside of Chicago. This episode is the seventh installment of the series. On episode 7, "Tsunami of Privilege” of the America to Me series, I focus on two central ideas: the idea that Black and Brown students do not feel comfortable speaking in predominately White classes and Ke'Shawn's emotional rollercoaster. 

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PSA — Thanks to Participant’s America to Me: Real Talk campaign, you can watch the America to Me docuseries and access the “Real Talk” guide for free. Click here. Input code “ATM2020” in all caps into the “Conference Code” box. 

 

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The Black Scholars Podcast is now available on YouTube. Please subscribe.

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Episode 37—America to Me Series — Episode 6: Listen to the Poem!

Episode 37—America to Me Series — Episode 6: Listen to the Poem!

August 2, 2020

America to Me is a Starz docu-series. There are approximately 10 episodes that highlight Oak Park and River Forest High School in Oak Park, Illinois, a suburb outside of Chicago. This episode is the sixth installment of the series. On episode 6, "Listen to the Poem!,” of the America to Me series, I utilize Charles' powerful spoke word poetry to break down the entire episode and the status quo of K-12 education, currently.

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PSA — Thanks to Participant’s America to Me: Real Talk campaign, you can watch the America to Me docuseries and access the “Real Talk” guide for free. Click here. Input code “ATM2020” in all caps into the “Conference Code” box. 

 

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The Black Scholars Podcast is now available on YouTube. Please subscribe.

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Episode 36—America to Me Series — Episode 5: I Don‘t Have to Think About Being White

Episode 36—America to Me Series — Episode 5: I Don‘t Have to Think About Being White

July 26, 2020

America to Me is a Starz docu-series. There are approximately 10 episodes that highlight Oak Park and River Forest High School in Oak Park, Illinois, a suburb outside of Chicago. This episode is the fifth installment of the series. On episode 5, "I Don’t Have to Think About Being White,” of the America to Me series, I dissect the introduction of two new students, the importance of high expectations, being data-driven, how the school let Ke'Shawn and his family down, and elitism. 

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PSA — Thanks to Participant’s America to Me: Real Talk campaign, you can watch the America to Me docuseries and access the “Real Talk” guide for free. Click here. Input code “ATM2020” in all caps into the “Conference Code” box. 

 

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Episode 35—America to Me Series — Episode 4: There‘s Nothing Funny about Race

Episode 35—America to Me Series — Episode 4: There‘s Nothing Funny about Race

July 19, 2020

America to Me is a Starz docu-series. There are approximately 10 episodes that highlight Oak Park and River Forest High School in Oak Park, Illinois, a suburb outside of Chicago. This episode is the fourth installment of the series. Joined by the forever insightful/ever knowledgeable Dr. Keila Foster, we discuss episode 4, "There’s Nothing Funny about Race," of the America to Me series. We discuss the purple elephant in the room as Jada and Charles handle Mr. Podolner lightheartedness toward race in his physics class. That discussion entails making student connections, white privilege, the importance of teaching life lessons, the importance of being able to “read the room,” and much more.

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PSA — Thanks to Participant’s America to Me: Real Talk campaign, you can watch the America to Me docuseries and access the “Real Talk” guide for free. Click here. Input code “ATM2020” in all caps into the “Conference Code” box. 

 

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The Black Scholars Podcast is now available on YouTube. Please subscribe.

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Episode 34—America to Me Series — Episode 3: There is No Pain that Compares to the Struggle

Episode 34—America to Me Series — Episode 3: There is No Pain that Compares to the Struggle

July 12, 2020
"This isn't a melting pot. This is a crucible of divisiveness."
 
America to Me is a Starz docu-series. There are approximately 10 episodes that highlight Oak Park and River Forest High School in Oak Park, Illinois, a suburb outside of Chicago. This episode is the third installment of the series. For this episode, I analyze Kendall’s stellar work ethic, Ms. Stovall’s lesson on equity vs. equality, micro-aggressions at Oak Park River Forest, overt racism, the ignorance of the superintendent, and more.

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PSA — Thanks to Participant’s America to Me: Real Talk campaign, you can watch the America to Me docuseries and access the “Real Talk” guide for free. Click here. Input code “ATM2020” in all caps into the “Conference Code” box. 

 

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Shop Black Scholars Clothing™ with promo code SCHOLARS for 15 percent off. Thank you for your support.

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The Black Scholars Podcast is now available on YouTube. Please subscribe.

My book, Becoming an Effective Black Educator: A Manifesto is available as an e-book or paperback via Kindle and Amazon.

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Episode 33—America to Me Series — Episode 2: Stranger in a Room

Episode 33—America to Me Series — Episode 2: Stranger in a Room

July 5, 2020

America to Me is a Starz docu-series. There are approximately 10 episodes that highlight Oak Park and River Forest High School in Oak Park, Illinois, a suburb outside of Chicago. This episode is the second installment of the series. For this episode, I am joined by Dr. Keila Foster (previously featured on episode 17) as we discuss Ke'Shawn's insight on Black-on-Black crime, Ke'Shawn's mother's terrible experience at Oak Park High, the diversity of Kendal's and Tiara's friends, Oak Park's emphasis on literacy, and more.

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PSA — Thanks to Participant’s America to Me: Real Talk campaign, you can watch the America to Me docuseries and access the “Real Talk” guide for free. Click here. Input code “ATM2020” in all caps into the “Conference Code” box. 

 

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Shop Black Scholars Clothing™ with promo code SCHOLARS for 15 percent off. Thank you for your support.

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The Black Scholars Podcast is now available on YouTube. Please subscribe.

My book, Becoming an Effective Black Educator: A Manifesto is available as an e-book or paperback via Kindle and Amazon.

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Episode 32—America to Me Series — Episode 1: What‘s the Big Deal about Oak Park?

Episode 32—America to Me Series — Episode 1: What‘s the Big Deal about Oak Park?

June 28, 2020

America to Me is a Starz docu-series. There are approximately 10 episodes that highlight Oak Park and River Forest High School in Oak Park, Illinois, a suburb outside of Chicago. This episode is the first installment of the series as we are introduced to several students, parents, and teachers. In this episode, we discuss the town of Oak Park, the Black Lives Matter student assembly, racial bias in the classroom, the achievement gap, curriculum that addresses racism, and more. 

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PSA — Thanks to Participant’s America to Me: Real Talk campaign, you can watch the America to Me docuseries and access the “Real Talk” guide for free. Click here. Input code “ATM2020” in all caps into the “Conference Code” box. 

 

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Shop Black Scholars Clothing™ with promo code SCHOLARS for 15 percent off. Thank you for your support.

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The Black Scholars Podcast is now available on YouTube. Please subscribe.

Also, join The Black Scholars community on Facebook where you can join the private "The Black Scholars Tribe."

My book, Becoming an Effective Black Educator: A Manifesto is available as an e-book or paperback via Kindle and Amazon.

Thank you for being a part of the community. Please tell your colleagues about the show, subscribe to the show, and leave a review.

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Episode 31—How the Pandemic Impacts K-12 Education (Part 6) with Charmae Damper

Episode 31—How the Pandemic Impacts K-12 Education (Part 6) with Charmae Damper

June 7, 2020

New Episode — In the final installment of the How the Pandemic Impacts K-12 Education series, I am joined by Charmae Damper, a 2nd grade educator in Washington, D.C. On this episode, we discuss urban education, charter schools, ClassDojo, teacher burnout, employee morale, CDC school recommendations, and much more.

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The Black Scholars Podcast is now available on YouTube. Please subscribe. Also, join The Black Scholars community on Facebook where you can join the private "The Black Scholars Tribe." My book, Becoming an Effective Black Educator: A Manifesto is available as an e-book or paperback via Kindle and Amazon. Thank you for being a part of the community. Please tell your colleagues about the show, subscribe to the show, and leave a review.

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Episode 30—How the Pandemic Impacts K-12 Education (Part 5) with Brittany Jefferson

Episode 30—How the Pandemic Impacts K-12 Education (Part 5) with Brittany Jefferson

May 31, 2020

New Episode — Continuing the How the Pandemic Impacts K-12 Education series, I am joined by Brittany Jefferson, a veteran special educator. On this episode, we discuss distance teaching and learning, teacher burnout, the digital divide, and much more.

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Episode 29—How the Pandemic Impacts K-12 Education (Part 4) with Stephanie Burke

Episode 29—How the Pandemic Impacts K-12 Education (Part 4) with Stephanie Burke

May 10, 2020

Continuing the How the Pandemic Impacts K-12 Education series, I am joined by Stephanie Burke (Orlando, Florida), a veteran educator (sixth year teaching) who teaches “early childhood education” at the high school level. On this episode, we discuss her unique content area, her side hustle (Power of Potential Coaching), teaching an elective during the pandemic (26:54), summative assessments, educational policy, and more.

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Episode 28—How the Pandemic Impacts K-12 Education Part 3 with Stacey Malone

Episode 28—How the Pandemic Impacts K-12 Education Part 3 with Stacey Malone

May 3, 2020

Continuing the How the Pandemic Impacts K-12 Education series, I am joined by the lovely Stacey Malone, a 5th Grade Science and Social Studies teacher who may be transitioning to teach and coach at the high school level next school year. Stacey is also a basketball coach (San Antonio, Texas), and has been teaching for three years. Additionally, she's available for hire as a sport specific skills trainer and coach. On this episode, we discuss why we both left education early in our teaching careers. Other topics of our conversation included the difference between teaching middle school versus teaching high school, how Stacey has been emotionally affected by school closures, distance learning, my hatred of Zoom, educational policy, continuous school improvement, and much more. This conversation is over a hour, so grab a cup of coffee and enjoy.

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Episode 27—How the Pandemic Impacts K-12 Education Part 2 with Latoya Walker & Jamila Sams

Episode 27—How the Pandemic Impacts K-12 Education Part 2 with Latoya Walker & Jamila Sams

April 26, 2020

Continuing the How the Pandemic Impacts K-12 Education series, I am joined by Latoya N. Walker (@latoya_nickee) and Jamila Sams (@jmilz). Latoya is currently in the Navy (San Diego, California) and has taught arts enrichment courses for seven years. She is currently teaching dance through her company, Footwork And Sole (@footworkandsoleco). Jamila is currently serving several school districts, private schools, and charter school networks as an educational consultant with a specialization in school climate and culture. Previously, she was an assistant principal in Baltimore, Maryland. On this episode, we discuss the pandemic’s impact on education, distance learning, side hustles, plans for next school year, and more.

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Episode 26—How the Pandemic Impacts K-12 Education Part 1 with Dr. Wylie Tidwell, III

Episode 26—How the Pandemic Impacts K-12 Education Part 1 with Dr. Wylie Tidwell, III

April 19, 2020

On this episode, I am joined by Dr. Wylie Tidwell, III, an Ethnic Studies/AP U.S. History instructor with 14 years of teaching experience (Cobb County, Georgia). We discuss the pandemic and it's impact on the role of educators, distance learning, student achievement, potential long-term effects, and more.

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Episode 25—The Importance of Energy in Teaching with Chelsie Griffin & Brittany Goldsby

Episode 25—The Importance of Energy in Teaching with Chelsie Griffin & Brittany Goldsby

October 20, 2019

“If you’re not right yourself, how can you be effective in the classroom, one? But how can you effectively lead and mold the future of this society? You can’t…”

On this episode, I am joined by two lovely educators: Chelsie Griffin and Brittany Goldsby. Chelsie (Baton Rouge, Louisiana), a 5th grade mentor teacher and a doctorate student at LSU, was previously on episode 6, “Stop Pushing Good Teachers Out.” Brittany (Fort Lauderdale, Florida) is a 9th grade English teacher, a poet, an artist and a curriculum committee participant. We discuss the importance of energy: physically, spiritually, mentally and emotionally. Some of our strategies to boost energy included sleep, yoga, nutrition, classroom management tactics, and more.

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Episode 24—Moment of Clarity-Social Media Usage for Black Educators

Episode 24—Moment of Clarity-Social Media Usage for Black Educators

July 31, 2019

In the first installment of the Moment of Clarity series, I discuss my personal opinion on why Black educators need to protect themselves online from nosy parents and students. This is a short yet valuable episode that every Black educator needs to listen to. 

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