eduCATE: Caring Activist Teachers for Equity

9 EpisodesProduced by Jennifer MartinWebsite

eduCATE: Caring Activist Teachers for Equity is a podcast series for current and aspiring educators. Hosted by Dr. Jennifer Martin, this podcast is a venue to discuss current issues in education, books of interest to students and teachers, and key figures within the field of teacher education

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Episode 9: equivoCATE (Don't Do It)

August 30th, 2019


Holly Kearl is the founder of Stop Street Harassment. Holly discusses her research and the status of street harassment globally, as well as educator …

Episode 8: reloCATE (Chicago to Springfield)

August 8th, 2019


Vincent "June" Chappelle is a volunteer and researcher at the Springfield African American History Museum. June discusses his experiences as a black …

Episode 7: obfusCATE (or muddy waters)

June 11th, 2019


Dr. Meghan Kessler, Assistant Professor of Teacher Education at UIS, discusses the teacher shortage. Meghan can be reached at View the show notes for resources related to this episode.

Episode 6: dupliCATE (best practice)

May 31st, 2019


 Dr. Jennifer Martin's Content Area Literacy students from Spring 2019 discuss literacy best practices. View the show notes.

Episode 5: loCATE (Route History, Inc.)

April 30th, 2019


An interview with Gina Lathan and Stacy Grundy, two of the three co-owners of Route History, Inc. View the show notes for references and resources.

Route History Contact Information
Address: 637 East Cook Street, …

Episode 4: communiCATE (LGBTQ+ Issues)

April 25th, 2019


An Interview with Kerry Poynter, UIS Director of Gender and Sexuality Student Services, about LGBTQ+ issues in K-12 schools and institutions of …

Episode 3: eradiCATE (racism)

March 22nd, 2019


An interview with Dr. Bettina Love about her new book on Abolistionist Teaching. View the the show notes for this episode.

Episode 2: advoCATE (finding great books, teaching equity)

February 11th, 2019


In episode 2: advoCATE, FINDING GREAT BOOKS: TEACHING EQUITY, Dr. Martin and her guest, Dr. Julie Hoffman, discuss the YA novel Long Way Down by …

Episode 1: edTPA Tips and Tricks

January 23rd, 2019


Episode 1 of eduCATE: Caring Activist Teachers for Equity provides an overview of the edTPA (education teacher performance assessment), which is a …

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