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Equity Lessons Learned from Virtual Teaching with Tamara Russell, Ep. 52 Buzzing with Ms. B: The Coaching Podcast

Virtual teaching has brought to the forefront issues of equity in education that were ignored in the past. National board-certified teacher, Tamara Russell, joins me to talk about the equity lessons that she has learned and what we can learn from this virtual teaching experience. Learn how instructional coaches can support teachers so that every student gets what they need, whether in person or remotely.

Teachers have been voicing their concerns about inequity in education for years. The pandemic has brought many of those issues to the forefront. 

Tamara Russell from Mrs. Russell’s Room joins me to talk about equity in the classroom and across the education system. She defines equity and gives examples of what it looks like in the classroom.

We discuss how unprepared schools were for remote learning and how the structural systems in place added to the problem. 

She also addresses the importance of building the staff’s capacity to have difficult discussions and how equity committees can help. 

You’ll get practical tips on how coaches can support their teachers during this difficult time.

Tune in to learn tips to create the kind of education where every kid and every teacher gets what they need to thrive virtually.

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