Outrageous Love the Podcast: Our Journeys to Responsiveness

Dr. Ian Buchanan's Journey To Responsiveness, Unsung Heroes Series, Part 1 of 4

May 18, 2021 Dr, Hollie Season 2 Episode 2
Outrageous Love the Podcast: Our Journeys to Responsiveness
Dr. Ian Buchanan's Journey To Responsiveness, Unsung Heroes Series, Part 1 of 4
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Outrageous Love the Podcast: Our Journeys to Responsiveness
Dr. Ian Buchanan's Journey To Responsiveness, Unsung Heroes Series, Part 1 of 4
May 18, 2021 Season 2 Episode 2
Dr, Hollie

Episode 2 of season 2 debuts the Unsung Heroes Series, focusing specifically on assistant superintendents of instruction/professional development, chief of academic officers, and directors of equity/instruction/professional development. Dr. Ian Buchanan, Assistant Superintendent of Instruction in University City Schools (St. Louis), kicks off the series with fire. Hear Ian's incredible journey to responsiveness from East St. Louis to now founder and CEO of the Nia Education Group (niaeducationgroup.org). Dr. Buchanan demonstrates his in-depth knowledge about cultural and linguistic responsiveness (CLR), as we define it, with references from Billie Holiday to Tupac Shakur to Bayard Rustin and a very interesting story related to situational appropriateness. As always, hear Dr. Hollie's riff , this time on anti-black culture stances and the importance of recognizing the nuance of culture. 

Show Notes

Episode 2 of season 2 debuts the Unsung Heroes Series, focusing specifically on assistant superintendents of instruction/professional development, chief of academic officers, and directors of equity/instruction/professional development. Dr. Ian Buchanan, Assistant Superintendent of Instruction in University City Schools (St. Louis), kicks off the series with fire. Hear Ian's incredible journey to responsiveness from East St. Louis to now founder and CEO of the Nia Education Group (niaeducationgroup.org). Dr. Buchanan demonstrates his in-depth knowledge about cultural and linguistic responsiveness (CLR), as we define it, with references from Billie Holiday to Tupac Shakur to Bayard Rustin and a very interesting story related to situational appropriateness. As always, hear Dr. Hollie's riff , this time on anti-black culture stances and the importance of recognizing the nuance of culture.