Saturday, October 31, 2020

Race and Coaching Relationships with Naomi O'Brien, Ep. 41 Buzzing with Ms. B: The Coaching Podcast

In this episode, Naomi O'Brien of Read Like a Rock Star helps us understand how race can affect our work as instructional coaches. She shares her experiences as a Black teacher working with coaches as well as defines microagressions, bias, white supremacy, and other important ideas that we need to understand in order to coach teachers equitably. She also gives us some questions to think about when we make decisions as a coach!
In this episode, Naomi O'Brien of Read Like a Rock Star helps us understand how race can affect our work as instructional coaches.
 
She shares her experiences as a Black teacher working with coaches as well as defines microagressions, bias, white supremacy, and other important ideas that we need to understand in order to coach teachers equitably.
 
She also gives us some questions to think about when we make decisions as a coach!
 
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