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STEM Teacher Summit

July 12, 2024

Ekuwah's Session Description:

STEM identities are formed by the variety of stories and the meaningful experiences we make accessible to children and families. Students naturally look for relevance, relationships, and representation before engaging at the highest level. Educators must be intentional about visibly and explicitly including student interests within open-ended engineering design challenges. This session includes books, videos, and examples from a K-5th grade engineering classroom.

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Joy Works EP 25: The Joy in my Name w/Ekuwah

February 2024

She shared her pride and love for her name and family and how she creates a space for students to do the same

Ekuwah's Playlist Pick-People Like You by Gramps Morgan


Doodle and Chat Learns

December 2023

Doodle and Chat is learning THIS MORNING with Ekuwah Mends Moses! Bring your graph paper, dice, markers, pencil and join the learning!


Doodle and Chat Learns

November 2023

Be a part of all the Doodle and Chat Learns fun with Ekuwah Mends Moses when we learn how to turn 5 sheets of paper, scissors, glue stick, magnet, paper clip, and markers into learning!!!

STEM Everyday Podcast

July 29, 2023

DailySTEM and I reunited to record an inspirational, informative, and entertaining podcast for educators heading back to school and to support families with young children!  Listen! Share!

Doodle and Chat

August 17, 2022

Doodling is great for long-term memory! I joined Carrie Baughcum and Mandi Tolen for doodling, chatting, connecting, creating, and a whole lot of fun! Live!

EduMatch Author Post

October 6, 2022

Consistently “Invisible” Family Engagement

This blog post was referenced in the following articles:

EduMatch Author Post

January 6, 2022 

Non-Fiction Inquiry: Challenges from A-Z

Livingtree Webinar 

July 27, 2021

Shifting from a Schoolcentric to a Familycentric Approach

In this webinar, Debbie covers the sacred role of parents, a new familycentric role for teachers, honoring parent knowledge, using teacher knowledge alongside parent knowledge, differentiated parent engagement and differentiated teacher engagement.

(Ekuwah is featured with a photo and a mention)

Livingtree Webinar

September 29, 2020

Family Engagement through an Anti-Bias, Anti-Oppressive Lens

In this webinar, Nancy covers authentic family engagement and embedding Anti-Bias, Anti-Oppressive practices into relationships, communication, and strategies to engage families in learning.

(Ekuwah is featured with a tweet and a mention)

Scary Mommy

June 14, 2020

An Educator Created A Unique 'Reading Log' With Only One Requirement -- To READ

Email Testimonial:

"I'm a teacher in Vegas, and I recently read the article about your reading log on the Scary Mommy website. I just wanted to reach out and say congratulations on the recognition. It's a great reading log and a very clever and simple way to get kiddos and their parents to read more.  Reading the piece made me proud to be a CCSD teacher." - Natalie F.


My Biggest Teaching Mistake and What I Learned from It

January 20, 2019

Larry Ferlazzo with Ekuwah Moses, Julia Thompson, Roxanna Elden
It’s harder to learn from our mistakes if we feel compelled to hide them. In this segment, we talk about creating a climate where sharing mistakes is safe.

STEM Everyday Podcast 

July 3, 2018

Podcast: Schools Don't Own Education

November 29, 2018

"In this episode, Ekuwah discusses the importance of family stories and relationships, as well as how we might bridge the disconnect between teaching and learning." - Host Nancy Angevine-Sands

Also available on Apple Podcasts

Larry Ferlazzo's Book & Blog 


February 19, 2015

International Literacy Association Article

Imitate and Innovate Anchor Charts

October 2014

Co-creation is the key to impactful anchor charts!
This is an informative guide Ekuwah co-authored with Holly Lee.


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