Featured on TeacherHug Radio (11/04/21).
We spoke to teacher, mum, book lover and aspiring author, Donna Burkert. Donna reveals her wonderful story and provides us with reflection on how we can develop elements of inclusivity and diversity into the curriculum.
#antismalltalk interview with Karen Stanley - Teacher Hug Radio - 20th March 2021
#antismalltalk caught up with Teacher, Author, Consultant and Writer, Karen Stanley. Karen speaks to us about teacher wellbeing, cross-curricular planning, teaching and learning, her experience from within the classroom, writing, becoming an author and so much more.
You can find Karen at karenstanley-author.co.uk
This one is not to be missed. All thriller, no filler.
#antismalltalk interview with Colin Goffin - TeacherHug Radio - March 6th 2021.
#antismalltalk caught up with Director of Education at Big Picture UK, Colin Goffin. In our collaboration with TeacherHug Radio, Colin joins us to talk about all things education.
This one is not to be missed.
Episode Twelve of a Conversation about Inequality features Gurj Malhi (@MissMalhiSlays). We discuss all things inclusion, diversity. finding your voice, authenticity and music! Gurjeevan is passionate advocate for social justice and aims to embed it in her classroom practice. Please follow @OfficialNUSA to see this in action.
Episode Nine of Heroes without Capes with Zena Zenonos-Walker (@ZenonosZena). Zena talks to us about all this building relationships, teacher wellbeing, what inspired her to become a teacher, music and so much more. First heard on TeacherHug Radio.
Zena is an experienced School Leader who is interested in inclusion, diversity and ethical leadership. Like and subscribe to her YouTube channel - Zena Zenonos-Walker - YouTube
Episode Eight of Heroes Without Capes - Voices from within the Classroom features Cate Field (@CateField). Cate began working for the NHS before deciding to train as a teacher. As an Art Teacher by trade, Cate moved from London to the south west where she became a SENco. She is passionate about alternative provision opening doors for young people both inside and outside traditional academia. Cate is also a passionate listener of Folk Music! This is one episode you do not want to miss.
Cate is available at www.catefield.com where you can see a collection of her beautiful photography and art work.
Episode Seven of Heroes Without Capes - Voices from within the Classroom features Melanie Gail (@melanietutors). Melanie is an English specialist who talks to us about her journey, vision of education, teacher wellbeing and so much more.
For Episode Five, we are joined by PE Teacher and Food Connoisseur, Eli (@thisfoodbangz). Eli talks to us about his love for food, his growing platform and appreciation for international cuisines. We hear about his incredible Sister who inspired his journey as well as his vision for education and diversity. We even get a rendition of some of Craig David’s early songs. This not to be missed. Catch Eli on YouTube - This Food Bangz and on Twitter: @thisfoodbangz
Episode Eleven of a Conversation about Inequality features Delali Kalitsi (&akomainstitute). Delali talks to us about her passions, anti-racism, embedding inclusion and diversity in our schools, her inspirations and so much more.
For Episode Five, we are joined by International Teacher and Vice Principal Julia Knight (@KnightWilliams). Julia talks to us about her route into teaching, values as an educator, teacher wellbeing and her love for the Ministry of Sound.
Episode Four of the new #antismalltalk series entitled ‘Heroes Without Capes - Voices from the Classroom’ features the wonderful Naila Missous (@educatormissm). We discussed her inspirations, teaching values, building positive relationships with students, her incredible journey, Kamala Khan and so much more. Her writing is also available at - https://northafricanus.com/
Episode Ten of a a Conversation about Inequality features Karl Pupè (@actionheroteacher). Karl is an Author, Blogger and Educator. He talks to us about his wonderful book about behaviour management, as well as his journey in education, Black History Month, use of platforms, racism, music and so much more. https://www.actionheroteacher.com/blog
Episode Nine of a a Conversation about Inequality features Charlotte Beardsley (@Charliebelmore) Charlotte is a Sociology teacher from Derby who has found her voice and discusses with us: social class, her vision for education, inequalities, music and so much more.
Episode Eight of a a Conversation about Inequality features Becky Bainbridge (@workingclassldr) Becky talks to us about social class, identity, the charity sector, cancel culture, activism and so much more.
Our new series entitled ’Heroes Without Capes - Voices from the Classroom’. We are providing a platform to get know our true heroes - our teachers. This week we have the wonderful Oliver Wright (@OliverSlt). Oliver discusses his career, advice for new teachers, his inspirations and vision, Spider-Man and SO much more.
Our new series entitled ’Heroes Without Capes - Voices from the Classroom’. We are providing a platform to get know our true heroes - our teachers. This week we have the wonderful Tasha Fletcher (@@FletcherT_). Tasha discusses international teaching, her love for Science and so much more.
Episode Seven of a a Conversation about Inequality features Dr Malthi Dudley (@DrMalthi) Malthi talks to us about race, identity, history, microaggressions, her vision of a more socially just future for her children and grassroots parental activism.
Our new series entitled ’Heroes Without Capes - Voices from the Classroom’. We are providing a platform to get know our true heroes - our teachers. This week we have the wonderful Annelouise Jordan (@Leazy84).
Episode Four with Ahmed Hayat, teacher of Maths. ‘Life as a Pakistani British Educator’. We discuss the underachievement of Pakistani British boys, Islamophobia, mentoring, role models, South-Asian family structure, inequalities and Malcolm X.
#antismalltalk was privileged enough to host the wonderful Emily Dixon in our second episode in our ‘Conversations about Inequality’ series. Emily talks to us about all things teacher wellbeing, LGBTQ and mental health.
Episode One of our 'Conversations about Inequality' series featuring the wonderful Sharifa Lee.
Sharifa is a Deputy Head Teacher from the South East of England and passionate about all things social justice, equality and inclusion.
#antismaltalk will be launching a series called ‘Conversations about Inequality’. An authentic forum for educators to discuss social inequalities and their impacts. More information available at: https://shuaibwriteskhanthinks.wordpress.com/2020/08/07/antismalltalk/