#10 – Special guest, Dr. Gloria Ladson-Billings, Emerita Professor in the School of Education at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, joins Dr. Terrance L. Green on the podcast. Professor Green and Dr. Ladson-Billings discuss why schools need to engage in what she calls the “hard re-set.” We also talk about the power of asking a different question as a means to do profound work in schools. Finally, we talk about critical race theory in education, and she even shared if she could only listen to three artists for the rest of her life who they would be, and we discussed so much more. You can learn more about Dr. Ladson-Billings’ work on the Hard Re-Set and Post Pandemic Pedagogy HERE.
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2 thoughts on “Why We Need A Hard Re-Set in Education w/ Dr. Gloria Ladson-Billings”
I believe the re-set button should always be pressed, it allows us to re-group and re-position ourself
Culturally sensitive curriculum is imperative for the success of the Academe and responsive for the needs of each students no matter the race.