Episode 24: The Next Generation of Black Male Educators
In this episode, the fellas talk with two aspiring Black male educators. Javen Betts and Joshua Rivera join Doc, Ball, and McGuire to discuss what needs to happen to support aspiring Black male educators and how we encourage more to consider education as a career path.
September 30, 2021
Episode 23: Back to School Special
In this episode, the fellas are back with their Back to School Show. In this episode, they discussed a wide range of topics including engaging parents, priorities for administrators, supports for teachers, and putting students first.
August 26, 2021
Episode 22: Instructional Leadership
In this episode the fellas will be discussing Instructional Leadership and how Principals can be Master Teachers.
July 22, 2021
Episode 21: Staying ENGAGED Through the Summer
In the first episode of season 2, the fellas are back to discuss how students, parents, teachers, and administrators can stay engaged through the summer. In the episode, they recap season 1, the first year of the #RealistEdMovement, Juneteenth, Fathers Day, and they provide strategies on improving reading in schools.
June 24, 2021
Episode 20: Educational Equity
In this episode, the guys talk about educational equity with Dr. Howard Fields.
May 06, 2021
Episode 19: Engaging and Reconnecting Schools and Parents
In this episode, The ENGAGE Podcast is joined by Three Woke Aunties as they discuss the 3 E's Engage, Encourage, and Empower. Tune in for another episode of #FreePD!
March 31, 2021
Episode 18: The Assistant Principalship- Building a Dynamic Team featuring Principal Kafele
In this first episode under the new name ENGAGE Podcast, the men are joined by the dynamic Principal Kafele. They talk about the importance of the relationship between the Principal and the Assistant Principal. Get you a notepad and a pen and tune in for another episode filled with #FreePD
March 17, 2021
Episode 17: The One Minute Meeting- A Conversation with Dr. Mary Hemphill-Joseph
In this episode, The AOS Podcast sat down with best-selling Author and School Leader Dr. Mary Hemphill-Joseph. They discussed her book The One Minute Meeting and tips on how school leaders can transfer their school by creating student stakeholders.
March 04, 2021
E:13 Increasing the 2% of Black Male Teachers Nationwide
In this episode the fellas chop it up with other men of color to discuss how to increase the 2% of Black Male teachers that currently exist in K-12 education.
January 08, 2021
Episode 12: End of the Year Wrap-Up Episode
2020, what a year! Listen to the brothers of the AOS podcast give roses to stakeholders.
December 17, 2020
Episode 11: The State of Black Education
The AOS podcast teamed up with Dr. Fields and Dr. Diggs and brought the fire. Check it out. It's amazing.
December 03, 2020
Episode 10: Principal Support
In this episode, the fellas check in with colleagues about what teachers and leaders need to support the work of supporting students and families.
November 19, 2020
Episode 9: Paying Homage
In Episode 9 of the AOS podcast, the fellas pay homage to their respective sister organizations of the Divine 9. This episode is powerful and shows the versatility of the members of the pod as leaders and learners.
November 11, 2020
Episode 8: This One is for the Teachers!
In this episode we pay it forward to the teachers by discussing their expectations through their various leadership styles. We also discuss what teachers want from leaders.
October 22, 2020
Episode 6: Tools for White Educators Who Teach and Lead Black and Brown Students
In this episode the Men of the AOS Podcast interview renown co-author of the best selling book Lead Like A Pirate Beth Houf. You do not want miss this episode as we discuss what it means to Lead Like Pirate. Also, Beth Houf and the Men of AOS provide tips for white educators who teach Black and brown children.
October 08, 2020
Episode 7: Coaching vs. Mentoring
In this episode the Leaders from the AOS podcast discuss the difference between coaching and mentoring. The fellas also discuss their leadership trees, parent teachers conferences, and building student capacity.
October 08, 2020
Episode 5: 9/11 & The Realist Ed Movement
In this episode the men of The AOS Podcast go back to where they were on September 11, 2001. Also, Doc and Ball reflect on their time as veterans and how their services has impacted them as Black men and Black school leaders. The topics this episode also discuss their feelings on Kapernick and kneeling and was it disrespectful towards the flag.
September 16, 2020
Episode 4: Black Greeks of the Civil Rights Movement
In this episode the Men of The AOS pay homage to their respective Black Greek organizations and the Giants who represent their organizations, but also who contribute the the Civil Rights Movement. The Men also share their thoughts on everything in our country while also challenging the organizations we represent and all organizations in the Divine 9 to step up to the plate and step to the forefront of our Civil Rights fight happening now! You want to tune into this powerful epsiode!
August 28, 2020
Episode 3: Leading in Crisis The Remix!!!
In this episode the leaders of the Realist Ed Movement will be discussing the work they did at the National Charter School Conference, Reopening School Plans, Being an Unapologetic Leader, and addressing social injustices as a school leader.
August 07, 2020
Episode 2: School Transition During Covid
In episode 2, we discuss a variety of topics around school transition during COVID-19. We discuss, Secretary of Education Interview, our schools restart plans, how we are communicate with our stakeholders, and supporting our staff during these time. You don’t want to miss this episode full of tips and a real talk. #RealistEdMovement
July 22, 2020
Episode 1: The New Black History Month
In the first episode the men of The AOS Podcast welcome you to the Realist Ed Movement with their first show. In this show they will discuss Juneteenth, 45 and his antics, Biden Secretary of Education Pick, and how they plan to lead their schools in this time of change.
July 18, 2020