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Bringing SEL & Diverse Perspectives into Your Curriculum with Podcasts
Learn how you can diversify teaching resources and develop students’ social and emotional skills with podcasts. Teaching with podcasts can incorporate underrepresented voices and perspectives into your curriculum, while also helping students build literacy skills.

Our podcast collection features brief narrative nonfiction audio stories that represent a diversity of races, ethnicities, cultures, religions, classes, dis/abilities, and gender/sexual identities. The stories provide...
-Windows to promote understanding of diverse perspectives,
-Mirrors to validate and represent all student experiences, and
-Doors to foster empathy and other social and emotional skills.

The webinar will help you find podcasts that address diversity, equity, and inclusion in the context of your academic instruction and plan lessons that offer windows, mirrors, and doors to engage students personally with your curriculum.

May 13, 2021 06:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Speakers

English Runyan
DEI Coordinator @Listenwise
English Runyan is a content and curriculum intern at Listenwise and the coordinator for the DEI Pilot Program. She has taught ELA at the secondary level in the Fort Worth, TX area and is pursuing an Ed.M. from Harvard Graduate School of Education. She is passionate about developing curriculum that infuses culturally conscious and responsive teaching with rigorous academic subject matter.
Marielle Palombo
Ed.D. is Director of Curriculum @Listenwise
Marielle Palombo, Ed.D. is Director of Curriculum at Listenwise, where she leads the content development, instructional support, and assessment. Her professional experience includes curriculum design, educational publishing and media production, research and program evaluation, professional development, instructional coaching, and teaching at the K-12 and graduate levels. She is especially interested in optimizing the use of digital technology to promote literacy, learning, agency, and community. She holds an Ed.D. in Learning and Teaching and an Ed.M. in Technology in Education from the Harvard Graduate School of Education and an A.B. in Cognitive Science from Brown University.