Oct 18, 2018
Zaretta Hammond’s book, Culturally Responsive Teaching and the Brain, is shifting the way we think about classroom instruction. On today’s episode of #3PsinaPod, Mary and Danielle chat with the author to see why we must refrain from trying to drive our students’ learning, and in turn, allow them to take the wheel. Hammond encourages teachers to “interrupt inequity by design.” Don’t miss the chance to learn from the educator in-person in Phoenix on Nov. 8. Register now to reserve your seat. If you haven’t already, please subscribe, rate, and review “3Ps in a Pod” on iTunes to help expand our reach to professionals in education across the globe.