Becoming the Educator They Need with Robert Jackson
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Featured Author: Robert Jackson
Book: Becoming the Educator they Need: Strategies, Midsets, and Beliefs for Supporting Male Black and Latino Students (click to purchase on Amazon)
Why We Picked This Book by Robert Jackson
- This book includes real stories about young Black and Latino males, which provides a perspective for a predominantly white workforce in education. We need to know more about our students, and they need to know more about us.
- Robert’s book begins with the five factors that impact male Black and Latino students, and educators need to be incredibly aware of them:
- Stereotype threat
- He challenges educators with a how-to chapter on culturally aware teaching practices. We should be doing a book study on this book in every school.
- Robert writes from the heart. By weaving in his own experiences, the book emerges as a powerful testimony to the work that can be done.
Don’t miss our One Thing Series podcast interview with Robert Jackson where we dive into the book and so much more.
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