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It is Monday and that means a new episode of Bad Brownies!
In this week’s episode I welcome my good friend, Maria Jose, or as all our friends lovingly call her, Miss Majo. This is yet another episode recorded remotely from the Bad Brownies studio in Houston, Texas to her house in Quito, Ecuador. I would like to thank her for her time and her bravery both in life and in sharing with me in our conversation. During our discussion we got into a variety of topics, including, the effect of empathy on students in their learning environment, her path to becoming an educator, the importance of purposefully creating communities within classrooms, the role of schools in modern education, and, she shared some of her personal learning in living with grief and loss. I continue to believe that conversations like these are valuable to have and to share, with the hope that they inspire and encourage others. I hope you enjoy my conversation with Majo.
I would like to drive more attention to the women’s collective that Maria Jose mentioned at the end of the podcast. MAGMA GPS (MAGMA Facebook Page) is a collective actively working in the Galapagos Islands to end violence against women. Please check them out and support this important project.
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