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Tune into our conversations with learning specialists, support teachers and educational pioneers empowering students for the 21st century classroom. 

Episode 4: Why is writing so hard? with Clinical Psychologist Dr. Alice Mangan

Mya Dunlop

In our latest episode, our team chats with renown Clinical Psychologist Dr. Alice Mangan to investigate the question we’ve all been asking: why is writing so hard? Alice breaks down the neuropsychological complexity of the writing process and shares how motivation can be the answer to overcoming this common challenge.

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Alice Mangan holds a Ph.D. in clinical psychology from CUNY Graduate Center and a master’s degree in special education from Bank Street College of Education.  Formerly a member of the graduate faculty at Bank Street College of Education, Alice works clinically with children, adolescents, and adults as well as parents and families providing consultation, assessment and evaluation, and psychotherapy services.  In addition to her private practice, Alice is a consulting psychologist at schools, combining her passion for progressive, child-centered special education with her training in psychology to thoughtfully respond to complex issues that arise in the life of a school community.  Alice’s research interests center on relationships between schools and families and the influence of learning disabilities on the psychological and relational life of the child, parent, and family system.  Alice has a strong commitment to sensitively addressing concerns related to learning and learning disability, autism spectrum disorders, the interplay between disability and social, emotional and psychological development, parenting, and other crucial dimensions of identity such as gender, sexuality, race and ethnicity.  

 

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Episode 3: Championing Change with Dr. Barbara McKeon, Head of School at Broome Street Academy

Nicole Abesamis

In this episode, we chat with inspirational changemaker Dr. Barbara McKeon, Head of School at Broome Street Academy, a charter school for homeless and foster children in NYC. Barbara walks us through her journey to Head of School at BSA and how she has invested in her community to bring positive change.

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Episode 2: Learning Through Movement with Jesse Danger, The Movement Creative

Mya Dunlop

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Here at MyloWrites, we’re huge believers in the power of movement. We’ve truly seen the positive impact of kinesthetic movement and how movement helps ingrain the learning process. That’s why we sat down with The Movement Creative founder and NYC Parkour Pioneer Jesse Danger. Jesse shares his words of wisdom about the learning process and how movement can challenge one to become better.  

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Jesse Danger is the founder of The Movement Creative, a nomadic movement studio in New York City that blends the ethos and practice of parkour with skills and lessons from other movement disciplines, including movnat, yoga, calisthenics, martial arts, dance, crossfit, and more.

“I was one of the first practitioners of parkour in the United States, finding the discipline in 2004. I immediately connected with the underlying philosophy of "be strong to be useful" and brought that into every aspect of my life. My vision as a teacher is to help others embrace and be comfortable with self-growth through perpetual self-challenge. I believe in being present to the challenges life presents to you and in being strong enough to create the mental, physical, social, and temporal environments that will help you positively grow.” Learn more about The Movement Creative at themovementcreative.com

 

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Episode 1: Learning Specialist Sari Biddelman

Mya Dunlop

Kicking off our podcasts series, we talked individualized and differentiated learning with NYC Independent School Learning Specialist Sari Biddelman. Sari shares how she sees her role in the classroom and how learning support has impacted her life in a very personal way. 

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Sari Biddelman is a Middle School Learning Specialist at a New York City progressive private school. Sari has a Master in Middle School Special and General Education from Bank Street Graduate School of Education. Growing up in NYC’s school system, Sari understands firsthand the competitive nature fostered in schools today. That is why she is passionate about empowering students and addressing education from their strengths, not their learning differences. 

 

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