Best of Trending in Ed – Dr. Rich Milner on Opportunity Gaps, Race, Grace, and Developing Teachers

ByLavinia E. Smith

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As we continue on our Greatest of Trending in Ed sequence through the summertime, in this edition we’re that includes our most downloaded episode ever wherever Dr. Abundant Milner joins host Mike Palmer in the Summer time of 2020 to talk about his e-book, Commence Wherever You Are But Do not Remain There: Being familiar with Variety, Chance Gaps, and Training in Today’s Lecture rooms for which the 2nd version had just been posted.

Rich is a Professor of Schooling at Vanderbilt College wherever he focuses on Instructor Training with unique awareness to difficulties of racial equity. We discover Rich’s thinking about difficulties of range, opportunity gaps, and the mindsets that must be triumph over to correctly engage assorted learners and lecture rooms. Whilst a lot of of the themes are enormously appropriate to this day, quite a few warranted further more discussion in light of the Black Lives Matter Movement and the COVID-19 pandemic which ended up roiling in the Summer season of 2020 when this episode was recorded. We check out considerably of this in a riveting discussion with Abundant that you will not want to pass up. Loaded is a major thinker on teacher schooling and variety and we pretty considerably respect receiving time with him on for this episode. Here’s to obtaining him again to continue on the conversation in the upcoming!

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