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Intelligogy The Podcast Season 4, Episode 4: Woke. Wednesday Rockin’ Remote Learning #3

Intelligogy The Podcast Season 4, Episode 4: Woke. Wednesday Rockin’ Remote Learning #3

Traci Browder | @tracibrowder
February 3,  2021
Podcasts

This episode! Traci has walked us through our set up for teaching virtually.

She transitions to the next level in this episode. From setup to start up. Start up?

She makes it clear with this example: We go to great lengths to make our homes warms, inviting, and welcoming.

We take time to the get the right decor to create the ambiance, the atmosphere that stands on its own to say, “Welcome.” Shouldn’t the same be true when our students prepare to walk into our classrooms virtually?

Reimagine environment.

Rethink startup. Set the stage. Traci believes in “giving virtual students the exact same experience that they would have if they were in person.”

“Parental relationships and those power relationships, it’s at the core of my calling, my why.

It happens organically in my classroom…I am committed, determined, and steadfast to create that exact same environment virtually.” The challenge:

Compare the online start up with the in person walk up. This is a must-listen episode for administrators and educators to support each other, brainstorm, have powerful dialogue as you reimagine the virtual learning environment. Join the conversation, connect with Traci on Twitter, https://twitter.com/intelligogy (@Intelligogy) or https://twitter.com/TraciBrowder (@Traci Browder) with #IntelligogyThePodcast, #RockinRemoteLearning, #TheStartUp.

Howdy, Edufriends! I am a lover of people and relationships. I’ve been teaching for more than 16 years. My happy places have been reading specialist, instructional coach, mentor, and a 3rd grade and Kindergarten teacher. My classroom is a live learning lab hosting student teachers, teachers who want to learn how to have more engagement in their classrooms, and administrators for other schools often pop in. I am most passionate about igniting the spark in adults and helping children believe in themselves. Perhaps oddly interesting, I have a unique love for animals that includes previously having owned a boa constrictor and having shown pure-bred wolves at wolf shows. I should have said unique love for exotic animals!

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