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    Hear Our Voices
    Posted on 11/02/2020
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    Hear Our Voices Podcast is a place for students to share the stories and histories from their families and their communities. We focus on shining a Social Emotional Learning (SEL) lens on topics that impact us all. Sometimes funny, sometimes tough, sometimes sad, the things that happened to those who came before us shape us everyday.

    Hear Our Voices is aligned to the SEL domains of Self-awareness, Social Awareness, Self-management, Social Management, Self-efficacy and Social Engagement. Our goal is to promote the skills that help us all contribute to the wellbeing of our many social groups and communities. Oh, and we also hope to entertain.

    November 30, 2020

    Have you ever missed a deadline? We have. Last week! But hope is not lost. We still got a chance to visit for a second. Join us!

    November 23, 2020

    Identity can be informed and reinforced by our in-groups and by out-of-groups. But, did you know that some of our in-groups and out-of-groups are assigned to us by others? Check out this episode, and also, if you have time, watch this brief history of Earth because we talk about it!


    November 16, 2020
    What are your "in-groups"? What are some "out-of-groups"? We're taking an SEL approach to learning about the how the groups we share a sense of belonging with impact our emotion information and vice versa. What about groups that we do not share a sense of belonging with. We also talk about evil. Join us.

    November 9, 2020
    Today we work to increase our thinking about identity. In particular the groups we share a sense of belonging with. We also pause to celebrate that no matter what your political identity is, you can feel pride that our nation has chosen a woman as the Vice President. This is the first time in 244 years and it is significant for our national identity. Join us!

    November 2, 2020
    Communities are strong not because of how they promote members who all feel the same, but how they protect those who feel different. What does this mean for your identity?

    October 26, 2020
    The election is coming! The election is coming! Are you prepared for the emotion information that will follow? We're talking competition. We're talking about what you can do with what you might feel? Join us for this very important Social Emotional Learning take on what may come!

    October 19, 2020
    What new rights, if any, do students have with remote learning? What responsibilities do teachers have in protecting those rights? We're talking access today. And what better way to talk access than to invite guest teachers to the "hot seat" to answer real questions about remote learning and access.

    October 12, 2020
    What do grades mean these days? Maybe you have a lot of emotion information for this topic? Maybe you don't...yet. Join us and hear a student solution to a big problem for students in our community.

    October 5, 2020
    The election is coming! The election is coming! There is a lot on the minds of American citizens these days. We think it'd be a good idea to consider the rights and responsibilities we have during this time. Join us for an SEL look at Citizenship.

    September 28, 2020
    Chances are, at some point during this new era of remote learning you've experienced an instance of emotion we call being "teched off". Not sure what it means to feel "teched off"? Join us for some community building, EI style, and own being "teched off" before it owns you!


    September 23, 2020
    Today our hosts take on community, thinking fast and slow, the construction of categories (mental and social), and the age-old generation divide.

    September 14, 2020
    Focus on Community with self-awareness and social awareness