Common Sense Podcast
Summary: Antonia and Patrick are two young teachers dedicated to have unfiltered conversations about our education system.
Antonia and Patrick dig into some harsh realities for LGBTQ students and brainstorm ways to best support them in our schools. All really means all. Also, should parents be able to follow you on social media? And what should you do when your administrator doesn't have nearly as many years of experience as you? See yall in Philly! Patrick: @PresidentPat Antonia: @msadamsteaches
Happy 25th Birthday Antonia!! Patrick and Antonia discuss how the latest Senate Hearings impact teachers and students. Also, they touch on co-workers not holding their weight and the importance of secondary education! They also fail miserable on 'common sense' black history questions. Follow us on Social Media Patrick: @PresidentPat Antonia: @msadamsteaches Send us your questions and subscribe at www.commonsensepod.com and email@example.com Leave a rating and review!
Antonia and Patrick detail their recent experiences with signs of teacher burnout. Also, should teachers refrain from posting their students' faces on social media? The hosts also give advice to undergraduate teachers studying education. Links: https://www.congress.gov/bill/115th-congress/house-bill/610 Hosts: Patrick (@PresidentPat) Antonia (@msadamsteaches)
Antonia and Patrick recall student meltdowns in their career and how their mindset has changed over the years. Also, they discuss the latest Time Magazine Article (http://time.com/longform/teaching-in-america/), the validity of African-American Vernacular, and the need for more educators to be at the table at large scale events. Be sure to leave a review, rating and comment! We love reading those!
Antonia and Patrick have a passionate discussion on protecting your joy at work. Also, do you confront negative coworkers or hide underneath your desk? Not to mention, Antonia and Patrick share startling statistics and information on the history and state of public schools in New Orleans, post-Katrina. Don't forget to Protect Your Joy!! Reference: TWENTY-FIRST-CENTURY JIM CROW SCHOOLS: The Impact of Charters on Public Education
Patrick and Antonia break down the current headlines in Education. And prepare your self for tons of laughter in this episode. Thank you all for listening! Read Further: https://www.wsj.com/articles/schools-crack-down-as-more-students-cut-class-1535621403 https://www.npr.org/2018/08/30/643247780/detroits-public-school-district-shuts-off-drinking-water-citing-lead-copper-risk https://www.pbs.org/newshour/show/what-this-school-district-learned-from-a-4-day-week Send your questions to: www.commonsensepod.com or CommonnSensePod@gmail.com Follow us: @PresidentPat @MsAdamsTeaches
Schools are back and session. And you know what that means? The injustices in our education system are back in the spotlight. In this episode, Patrick and Antonia discuss the schools across the country that have denied Black students their education and humiliated due to their hair or lack of uniform. Stay tuned to the Q&A Session! Antonia and Patrick share their knowledge about silent hallways, co-teaching and the power of librarians. - - Story of Student from LA https://www.usatoday.com/story/news/nation-now/2018/08/22/louisiana-school-criticized-black-girl-hair-extensions/1066669002/ [Outdated] Uniform Study https://www.uh.edu/econpapers/RePEc/hou/wpaper/2009-03.pdf - - - Don't forget to subscribe and leave a review! We look forward to hearing yall's feedback.
Antonia and Patrick have a heated discussion about 'breaking the rules' in the name of better outcomes for children. Rest in Peace to the Queen of Soul, Aretha Franklin. Profound Gentleman: www.profoundgentleman.org
Does your school have a Boo-Hoo room? And Antonia and Patrick share their experiences and opinions on the infamous 'Teachers Pay Teachers' website.
Antonia and Patrick explore their experiences with behavior management as students and teachers. August 9th, 2018 - Black Teachers on Teaching Book Twitter Chat! Win an autographed copy of the book by participating.
New School Year, New You? Antonia and Patrick share things they're leaving in last year and new lessons they're bringing into the new school year.
BONUS: Meet the Teachers Night by Common Sense Podcast