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This is Pedagogy of the Obsessed where we connect listeners to the heart of what is going on in schools, provide context on the issues through interviews with those doing the work and engage followers in a discussion on how to act to support kids. We pose the problems of human beings in their relations with the world.

This is Pedagogy of the Obsessed where we connect listeners to the heart of what is going on in schools, provide context on the issues through interviews with those doing the work and engage followers in a discussion on how to act to support kids. We pose the problems of human beings in their relations with the world.
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This is Pedagogy of the Obsessed where we connect listeners to the heart of what is going on in schools, provide context on the issues through interviews with those doing the work and engage followers in a discussion on how to act to support kids. We pose the problems of human beings in their relations with the world.

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Episodes

How Does Mentoring Work- Part Three

3/18/2019
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In the third installment of this series, Dr. Andres Alonzo, the former CEO of Baltimore City Public Schools, talks about his mentors and how he thinks about mentorship.

Duration:00:19:43

How does mentoring work- Part Two

3/11/2019
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Dr. Susan Moore Johnson, the Jerome T. Murphy Research Professor in Education and former academic dean at the Harvard Graduate School of Education shares her experiences as a mentor and mentee.

Duration:00:21:20

How Does Mentorship Work- Part One

3/4/2019
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“Iron sharpens iron, and one man sharpens another.” Join us as we start a series on mentorship by tracing back and learning from the people who have inspired and guided the people who led us. This week, David Cohen shares his experiences entering the profession in the 1960s and what he has learned in more than 55 years in the field.

Duration:00:29:14

REAL with the Heart Question

2/25/2019
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Adam, Adriana, Jim, and Shanna sit down and discuss their answers to the REAL heart question- Tell us a story about how an experience of race as a learner made you feel. What was the impact on your education?

Duration:00:32:57

REAL with Nadia Lopez

2/18/2019
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Shanna gets REAL with Nadia Lopez, principal of Mott Hall Bridges Academy in NYC and presenter of the TED talk "Why Open a School? To Close a Prison."

Duration:00:11:38

¿Qué es el éxito en una nación lingüísticamente diversa?

2/11/2019
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How do schools help kids succeed in a linguistically diverse nation? How do we embrace difference? Guest hosts Marissa Alberty and Amanda Dudley talk to students, families, teachers, and researchers about how school can work better for multilingual students.

Duration:00:29:22

REAL with Arne Duncan

2/4/2019
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Shanna Peeples gets REAL with former secretary of education Arne Duncan as they talk race, equity, gun violence, and improving America's schools.

Duration:00:07:59

What Can We Do?

12/20/2018
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As this episode goes to publish, there are thousands of kids sitting in detention centers because of their immigration status. This is unconscionable and left us wondering what we can do. Two teachers of the year speak with Shanna Peeples about what they are doing to support these children. Ways you can be involved are in the show notes.

Duration:00:22:22

What Were We Thinking - First Season Reflections

12/17/2018
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Adriana, Adam, Jim, and Shanna take stock of the first season of Pedagogy of the Obsessed and share a little bit about what to anticipate for season two.

Duration:00:18:26

REAL with Dr. Lee Ann Stephens

12/10/2018
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Lee Ann Stephens (@MNTOY2006) talks about her work making schools more equitable places and offers strategies for how schools can do this work well with training.

Duration:00:12:28

A Casualty of Ed Reform- Why Does a School Close?- Part Two

12/3/2018
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Welcome to the second and final part of A Casualty of Ed Reform with David Baiz. In the second part of the episode, David begins the story with Carmen Farina’s closing of small schools and tells how this decision impacted Global Tech School and the teachers, families, and students within the community.

Duration:00:25:39

A Casualty of Ed Reform- Why Does a School Close?- Part One

11/26/2018
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This episode is a little different. David Baiz shares a personal reflection as principal of a school that was slated to close in New York City. Join him as he takes you from founding to crisis in this first part of a two-part episode.

Duration:00:19:23

Why Does Culturally Relevant Pedagogy Matter?

11/19/2018
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Cyn Rosario takes us to the Bronx to draw the through lines between social and emotional learning, culturally relevant pedagogy, and support for the whole child that includes a broad definition of academic achievement.

Duration:00:29:23

Why Doesn't Anyone Want to Teach

11/12/2018
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Keri Randolph, former Assistant Superintendent for Innovation in Hamilton County, shares her own reluctant journey into the classroom and tries to find out why so few people are taking that path.

Duration:00:44:20

REAL with Kathryn Boudett

11/5/2018
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Adam and Jim get REAL talk with Kathryn Boudett, leader of the Data Wise Project at the Harvard Graduate School of Education.

Duration:00:22:14

How Do We Support New Teachers

10/29/2018
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Lance Huffman takes the reins of how we support new teachers with stories from the challenges of the first year. Features insights from: Stephen Mahoney, Mariel Novas, Shanna Peeples, Keri Randolph, and Edna Varner.

Duration:00:13:55

How Do Districts Grow Their Own Leaders

10/22/2018
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Jim Mercer goes on a hunt to find districts committed to growing their own leaders.

Duration:00:28:19

How Do We Sustain School Leaders

10/15/2018
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Adriana Chavarin-Lopez investigates the literature on sustaining school leaders and the trauma of the role.

Duration:00:34:41

How Do We Grow the Early Childhood Workforce

10/8/2018
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High quality early learning and childcare are huge challenges for families across the United States. Adam Parrott-Sheffer, Principal Coach and Former District Administrator for Early Childhood, explores the issue with Adriana Chavarin-Lopez, Kimberley LaRaviere, James Mercer, Keri Randolph, and Tom Weber.

Duration:00:58:09

REAL with John B. King Jr.

10/1/2018
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In this episode, Shanna Peeples gets REAL with former Secretary of Education John B. King Jr. about race, equity and leadership in schools.

Duration:00:11:45