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T.E.A. - The Educational Architect

T.E.A. - The Educational Architect

By Mursalata Muhammad
T.E.A. Conversations aren’t exclusively local, regional, national, or global. They may be creatively subject-specific and interdisciplinary. They are, most importantly, always necessary, always leaning towards increasing individual and collective Human Literacy skills. T.E.A. Topics 1) Education, by any means necessary. 2) Human Literacy skills. 3) Diversity of thought. 4) Educational access, dignity, equity, and inclusion. 5) Sharing actions that dismantle educational barriers created by individuals, collective cultural habits, and institutional practices. -- Summum Bonum/Ubuntu.
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1. TEA: College during COVID-19 or "My Tester Semester"

T.E.A. - The Educational Architect

1. TEA: College during COVID-19 or "My Tester Semester"

T.E.A. - The Educational Architect

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7. TEA: Azizi Jasper talks about Human Literacy
In this episode, poet, social worker, and political strategist - Azizi Jasper talks about Human Literacy and diversity of educational thought. Our conversation is presented in multiple episodes. Azizi’s first poetry collection titled “Cointelprose” is available from Barnes and noble online at - https://m.barnesandnoble.com/w/cointelprose-azizi-jasper/1137897534?ean=9781663586834
21:12
March 31, 2021
T.E.A: SNEAK PEEK
Sneak peek for upcoming TEA Conversions - guest self-introduction.
01:25
March 24, 2021
6. TEA: Dr Lawrence Our Conversation Concludes
In this episode, Dr Lawrence provides her closing thoughts on teaching and learning in the US during the COVID-19 pandemic.
17:43
March 17, 2021
5. TEA: Dr Lawrence talks about Adjunct Faculty & Dignity
In this segment of my conversation with Dr Lawrence, she shares her thoughts on adjunct teaching and dignity in the profession.
13:24
March 3, 2021
4. TEA: Dr Lawrence talks about Educational Dignity & NCLB
In this episode, Dr. Lawrence and I continue our conversation. She shared her thoughts on educational access, dignity, equity, inclusion & the No Child Left Behind Act (NCLB). -- Summum Bonum/Ubuntu.
12:08
February 17, 2021
3. TEA: Dr Lawrence talks about Educational Dignity
In this episode, Dr. Lawrence and I continue our conversation. She shared her thoughts on educational access, dignity, equity, and inclusion. T.E.A. guests are encouraged to address any of the five guiding conversation topics! T.E.A. Topics: 1. Education, by any means necessary.  2. Human Literacy skills.  3. Diversity of educational thought.  4. Educational access, dignity, equity, and inclusion.  5. Sharing actions that dismantle educational barriers created by individuals, collective cultural habits, and institutional practices.  -- Summum Bonum/Ubuntu.
22:22
February 3, 2021
2. TEA: Dr Lawrence talks about Diversity of Thought
Dr Lawrence shares her thoughts on a variety of TEA Topics. In this first portion of our conversation, the focus was one T.E.A. topic 3: Diversity of Educational Thought. T.E.A. guests are encouraged to address any of the five guiding conversation topics! T.E.A. Topics: 1. Education, by any means necessary.  2. Human Literacy skills.  3. Diversity of educational thought.  4. Educational access, dignity, equity, and inclusion.  5. Sharing actions that dismantle educational barriers created by individuals, collective cultural habits, and institutional practices.  -- Summum Bonum/Ubuntu.
16:54
January 20, 2021
TEA: About Trailer
Welcome to The Educational Architect (T.E.A.), where  conversations aren’t exclusively local, regional, national, or global. They may be creatively subject-specific and interdisciplinary. They are, most importantly, always necessary, always leaning towards increasing individual and collective Human Literacy skills. T.E.A. Topics: 1. Education, by any means necessary. 2. Human Literacy skills. 3. Diversity of educational thought. 4. Educational access, dignity, equity, and inclusion. 5. Sharing actions that dismantle educational barriers created by individuals, collective cultural habits, and institutional practices. -- Summum Bonum/Ubuntu.
01:39
January 20, 2021
1. TEA: College during COVID-19 or "My Tester Semester"
About This Episode In this episode, Khaysirah, a third-year undergraduate business student, talks about her response to learning during a pandemic. Fall 2020 was her first fully COVID-19 pandemic semester. She has dubbed it "my tester semester." -- Summum Bonum / Ubuntu Mursalata.
18:10
January 5, 2021
Greetings People! Welcome to T.E.A.
Shares my passion for all things educational.
00:60
January 4, 2021