Equity Spotlight Vodcast Series
 
Advancing educational equity requires the persistence and passion of individuals committed to ensuring all students have access to and participate in high quality learning opportunities. The Center recognizes and salutes these individuals as equity champions. Check out our Equity Spotlight Vodcast where we feature individuals who are doing great work to realize equity in education in the region.

EPISODE 2: Using Service Learning to Support Educators in Accessing the Assets of American Indian Students 
 
Dr. Jami Stone hosts an interview with Gloriana Underbaggage of Little Wound High School in Kyle, South Dakota. Gloriana speaks further about the benefits of using service-learning as a means of engaging students. Gloriana shares service-learning success stories and also provides a framework for school districts interested in implementing service-learning.
 
Host: Dr. Jami Stone, Equity Fellow for the Midwest and Plains Equity Assistance Center.
Speakers: Gloriana Underbaggage of Little Wound High school in Kyle, South Dakota
Released: August 2, 2017
Duration: 25:56 Minutes
 

EPISODE 1: Raising Critically Conscious Children: Part 1
 
This Equity Spotlight Vodcast Series focuses on raising critically conscious children. Dr. Tiffany Kyser, Associate Director of Engagement & Partnerships, MAP Center, speaks with Dr. Christin DePouw, Associate Professor, University of Wisconsin-Green Bay, Dr. Marvin Lynn, Dean of the Graduate School of Education, Portland State University, and Ms. Amanda Parker, Doctoral Candidate and History Teacher, about what it means to raise critically conscious children. Our panelists discuss what it means to be critically conscious, as well as how they discuss issues of racial identity, racism, and sexism with their own children.
 
 
Host: Dr. Tiffany Kyser, Associate Director Engagement & Partnerships, MAP Center.
Speakers: Dr. Christin DePouw, Associate Professor, University of Wisconsin-Green Bay, Dr. Marvin Lynn Dean of the Graduate School of Education, Portland State University, and Miss Amanda Parker, Doctoral Candidate and History Teacher
Released: July 26, 2017
Duration: 19:12 Minutes