PROFESSIONAL LEARNING FOR EDUCATORS
Keynotes, Articles, Guest Blog Posts, Podcasts
August 17, 2022
Ekuwah Mends Moses is an educator and author who develops and facilitates learning experiences for students, families, and educators. She started her education journey in the same state Mandi live in, Missouri. After graduation Ekuwah moved to Las Vegas, where she currently resides, to begin her teaching career at a 5th grade teacher. Since then she has earned her Master’s Degree in Teaching & Learning and has authored two books, "My Name is an Address" and "Mama's Portraits and Me: The Legacy, Life, and Love of Artist Carolyn Coffield Mends", and has served as an instructional coach and program facilitator. Ekuwah loves to share her about her family, history, culture, language, geography, and more. We are excited to welcome Ekuwah to Doodle & Chat tonight.
January 27, 2021
Webinar (Mention & Photo)
Join Livingtree and guest Debbie Pushor, Ph.D., a Professor in the Department of Curriculum Studies at the University of Saskatchewan, and former public school teacher, consultant, principal, and central services administrator, to discuss lessons she believes the crisis of the pandemic is offering us in finding different, and more respectful and equitable ways to work with parents and families.
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.
September 29, 2020
Webinar (Mention & Photo)
Join Livingtree and guest Nancy Angevine-Sands, OCT, a family engagement consultant, founder of With Equal Step, and former teacher from Toronto, Canada, to discuss looking at 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.
June 14, 2020
Scary Mommy Interview & Article
July 13, 2018
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."
Also available on Apple Podcasts
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.
International Literacy Association
Co-creation is the key to impactful anchor charts! Here’s an informative guide I co-authored with Holly Lee.
FOLLOW & JOIN MY PROFESSIONAL LEARNING NETWORK (PLN)
Click on the picture for more information. Follow me on social media and join my PLN!