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About 30 high school students at the 6th Annual Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Summit hosted by MIAA/MSAA created their own podcasts during a one-hour breakout session. This episode showcases their voices.
Student Groups Discuss…
Creating Inclusive Sports Communities
Unified Sports Programs
Misconceptions of Teenagers
Gendered Issues at School (and Student Activism)
Racism at School
“Accepting” Others (with a focus on LGBTQ athletes)
Lack of Representation in School
Note: These topics are in order of how they appear in this podcast episode.
You can follow the MIAA and MSAA organizations, which put on this event on Twitter. You can also listen to the podcast of one of these brilliant students (she was in the last segment), The Shy Girl Speaks.
To help you bring podcasting to your students, I’m sharing my slide deck from the conference breakout session with you for free. And, if you’re looking for more details on the ideas in this blog post, listen to episode 107 of the Time for Teachership podcast. If you’re unable to listen or you prefer to read the full episode, you can find the transcript here.
Interested in making a student podcast your summative assessment as a civic action project? Check out this new video where I share the top takeaways from DESE's 80-page document on the Civic Project requirements...in just 5 minutes:
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Lindsay Lyons (she/her) is an educational justice coach who works with teachers and school leaders to inspire educational innovation for racial and gender justice, design curricula grounded in student voice, and build capacity for shared leadership. Lindsay taught in NYC public schools, holds a PhD in Leadership and Change, and is the founder of the educational blog and podcast, Time for Teachership.