In this episode host David McGuire is joined again by FREE CEO/Founder JuDonne Hemingway and 4 fellows from the inaugural fellowship class: Lauren Lopez, Toreya Townsend, Bobby Thomas, and Alyssa McIntyre and they will discuss why it is important for leaders of color to take hold of their own development and fill their bucket.
In this episode, host David McGuire sit down to discuss the idea of how teacher residency programs can help transform education and improve teacher quality. He is joined by two resident teachers representing the new Relay Graduate School of Indianapolis and KIPP Indy teachers Kelvin Owens and Dalian Williams.
In this episode host David McGuire will talk about the new Indiana E-Learning Lab and Indianapolis Community Learning Sites. He will be joined by Porsche Chisley who is overseeing the work of the e-learning lab and Dr. Gwendolyn Johnson who is Program Coordinator at one of the Community Learning Sites.
In this episode host David McGuire will be joined by two Black Women Principals who were recently awarded Indiana Principals of the Year. You do not want to miss this episode featuring Dr. Dennisha Murff and Dr. Crystal Thorpe.
In this episode host David McGuire is joined by Angela Brito De Rodriguez and Sarah TeKolste as they discuss what it means for schools in Indianapolis to be more linguistically response. You do not want to miss this one of kind episode.
In this 23rd episode host David McGuire is joined by Dr. Renae Azziz of Virtuoso Education. In this episode we talk about a variety of topics including the of disproportionately of Black students being referred to special education, culturally responsive teaching, and how schools can improve their practice of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion. You do not want to miss this episode of Free Professional Development.
In episode 22 of The Recess Podcast, host David McGuire yields the floor and provides a platform for 3 amazing Black Women Leaders in Education to allow their voice to be heard. You do not want to miss this episode full of gems and giving flowers to the Black Women who have paved the way and currently paving the way for us all. #BlackWomenMatter
In episode 21 host David McGuire tackles the idea of “Every Child Can Succeed” he is joined by Alexandra Curlin who talks about her quest for the Washington Township School Board, but what it means to ensure every child can succeed.
In this episode I concluded the 4 part series The Race for the School Board. This episode was part 3 of The IPS School Board featuring Chrissy Smith and Brandon Randall. Trust me you want to listen to this conversation as these two candidate discuss why they should be elected to the IPS School board.
In the 3rd installment of The Race for the School Board Conversation host David McGuire discusses with three candidate running for school boards in Pike Township, Wayne Township, and Warren Township. In this episode these three candidates share how they will be supporting families, students, school, and the community as members. Check out this episode featuring Temeka Lomax, Karen Burke, and Haley Hillard.
In this episode host David McGuire kicks off part 1 of 4 part series titled The Race for the School Board. In this episode 3 candidates running for seats on the Indianapolis Public School Board. You do not want to miss this episode featuring Kenneth Allen, Daqavise Winston, and Will Pritchard.
In this episode host David McGuire is joined by three Black male educators, leaders, and fathers to talk about the current landscape of education for the Black children of Indianapolis. In this episode David McGuire also shares personal stories how each of these men impacted him as an educator. You do not want to miss this powerful episode as Season 3 of the Recess Podcast kicks off!
In this episode host David McGuire is joined by his fellow Indy K12 bloggers Shawnta Barnes and Andrew Pillow and a friend of the blog Nikia Garland as they discuss Surviving Online Learning. This episode details the need for more equity in online, how online learning expose instructional gaps teachers have, and how do we close the digital divide for schools that serve Black children. You don't want to miss this episode featuring 3 powerful Black educators from Indianapolis.
In this episode host David McGuire is joined by three students, Jania Weathers, Morgan Wright, and Leila Champion. They discuss school reopening during a pandemic, the image of Black woman as Vice President, and what it is like to be young and Black and white spaces. You do not want to miss this conversation with the youth.
In this episode host David McGuire is joined by Indianapolis educators Ashley Ford and Aaron Mickens as they discuss what education and school will look like this time around as schools begin to reopen. The discuss topics on Anti-Racist teaching and passionate debate on, "How much the Black Community Values Education?" You definitely want to check this episode out!
In this episode of The Recess Podcast host David McGuire is back with Education on Thursday Night and is joined by Cassandra Anderson. In this episode we discuss a variety of topic: Double Pandemic, Pimpin Our Black Families, and The need for More Families at the Table. Tune in!
In this impromptu episode host David McGuire sits on his education soap box to discuss a variety issues including bus drivers cleaning buildings, push back start dates, part time educators showing up for photo ops, and how parents should give school leaders some grace. You will definitely enjoy this episode!
In this episode host David McGuire goes one on one with Long Island New York Teacher Elizabeth Hanif as they discuss how it is important for educators to speak up. This episode hits on many different topics.
In this episode host David McGuire engages in a REAL discussion about the myths Teach for America. He is joined by 3 Teach for America teachers Max Glenn, Taelor Garret, and Stephanie Rendon-Silva. In this episode we celebrate the work of Teach for America and highlight Teach for Americas role and commitment to the educational fight in Indianapolis.
In episode 7 host David McGuire is joined by his fellow education blogger at Indy K12 Educator Barnes to discuss this idea of what it means to be Unapologetically Black and tell stories of what it is like being a black educator in Indianapolis.
In this episode host David McGuire interviews 3 Indianapolis educators to discuss the importance of building authentic relationship with students and parents in and outside the classroom. You do not want to miss this episode featuring Juanita Price, Dustin Ecker, and Kasha Hayden.
In this episode of The Recess Podcast host David McGuire interviews 3 Indianapolis High School Seniors on how COVID-19 has impacted them and their classmates, and how they will still remember their senior year. Featuring Edreece Redmond II, McKenzie Murff, and Stanisha Forston. Shoutout to the class of 2020!!!
In episode 4 of The Recess Podcast host David McGuire interviews Geoffrey Fenelus, Alicia Hervey, and Eddie Rangel. In this episode we discuss the landscape of education in Indianapolis. You do not want to miss this episode of The Recess Podcast for a REAL Conversation!
In episode 3 of The Recess Podcast host David McGuire interviews four parents Eric Jackson, Shon Davidson, Rhyan Smith, and Dionna EL-Marshall and we talk about E-Learning, Mental Heath of Parents, Retention of Students, and Cost of Daycare. You do not want to miss this REAL conversation from REAL parents. At The Breakfast Table!
In this episode host David McGuire speaks with 3 young black educators Allen Mickens, Candice Washington, and Anthony Wallace. The discuss what is like being a black educator in Indianapolis, how black educators can come together to collaborate more, and they offer some tips for parents who are at home with their child doing E-Learning. The group also talks about what classrooms are really like in our city for black and brown children. You do not want to miss Episode 2 of the hottest new education podcast in Indianapolis!!!!
In this episode host David McGuire speaks with 3 dynamic and phenomenal educators India Hui, JuDonne Hemingway, and Keeanna Warren. We discussed the current landscape of education in Indianapolis, e-learning impact on students of color, and learned more about the work they are doing in the city with their schools and organizations. You don't want to miss this conversation on the opening episode of the new education podcast about education in Indianapolis.