The Top 10 articles of 2018 on Culturally Responsive Curations
Author: Erica Bauer
I have a mentor who says that "all leadership begins with self-leadership". One way I live this out is through my personal professional development through reading and watching educational videos. The Culturally Responsive Curations community has grown since it's launch in March and here are the top 10 most accessed articles to date.
- An Unusual Idea for Fixing School Segregation published by The Atlantic and authored by Rachel Cohen.
- I Want So Badly to Be an Anti-Racist Ally and Yet I Still Mess Up Sometimes published by Education Post and authored by Tom Rademacher.
- Trauma-Informed Classrooms published by the National Council of Juvenile and Family Court Judges and authored by Isaiah B. Pickens & Nicole Tschopp.
- Social and Emotional Learning Coaching Toolkit published by the American Institutes for Research and authored by Nick Yoder & Deb Gurke.
- Applying an Equity Lens to Social, Emotional, and Academic Development funded by The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation and authored by Dena Simmons, Marc Brackett, & Nina Adler.
- Quality and Equity by Design: Charting the Course for the Next Phase of Competency-Based Education published by Competency Works and authored by Nina Lopez, Susan Patrick, & Chris Sturgis.
- Social Emotional Learning in High School: How Three Urban High Schools Engage, Educate, and Empower Youth published by the Standford Center for Opportunity Policy in Education and authored by MarYam G. Hamedani & Linda Darling-Hammond.
- The Heart of Learning and Teaching: Compassion, Resiliency, and Academic Success published by the State of Washington | Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction and authored by Ray Wolpow, Mona M. Johnson, Ron Hertel, & Susan O. Kincaid.
- From the Achievement Gap to the Education Debt: Understanding Achievement in US Schools published by the Educational Researcher and delivered by Gloria Ladson-Billings.
- Is There Racial Inequality at Your School? published by ProPublica|Miseducation and authored by Lena V. Groeger, Annie Waldman and David Eads.
We cannot do new things with old ideas. Reading is a promising way to acquire new ideas that lead to new practices. This is how we take steps towards educational equity.
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