Episode 001 of School Daze with Jovan Miles. You can find the show in the iTunes podcast app, on Stitcher, and on Soundcloud. Thanks for listening.
Years ago, during my educational leadership studies at Georgia State University, my classmates and I had a rather contentious debate around the idea of “fit.” The term, as we used it, meant whether or not any teacher had the knowledge,
Culture will exist whether it is created intentionally or not. That’s just the way of it with people. If enough of us gather in any one place often enough we’ll begin to establish group behavioral norms. These norms will communicate
This post might be a bit rambling. Forgive me if that’s the case. I recently left my job as a school improvement specialist with the Georgia Department of Education to join the leadership team at Thomasville Heights Elementary School. I
I typically keep my writing focused on education, but going forward I want my blog to be a space where I can capture my thoughts about my other interests as well. To that end, I’ll be using this space to
I’m still thinking through the difficulties of how to synthesize and codify the work around family and community engagement in a way that is useful to teachers, administrators, and school districts, and that is meaningful, inclusive, and respectful to the families and communities served