Don’t get nostalgic about life “back in the day” with Rodney Robinson. The good ol’ days weren’t that good for everyone. In this poignant talk that speaks to all generations, Rodney gives us hope for the future by sharing insights he’s gained from working with some of society’s most resilient young people.
Looking Back to Leap Ahead — 25 Years in Education
This panel discussion includes National Teachers of the Year Sydney Chaffee, MA (2017); Sean McComb, MD (2014); Dr. Shanna Peeples, TX (2015) and Rodney Robinson, VA (2019). Panelists discussed how the needs of K – 12 schools and students have evolved over the last 25 years; how educators have adapted to serve the changing student population; navigating those diverse needs during a time of heightened political tensions; and the voice that educators can have in conversations with parents, administrators, and the general public.
Hear from Rodney Robinson, 2019 Teacher of the Year and one of the keynotes at at the 2022 ASCA Annual Conference.
Why are Black Men only 2% of all educators? - In this “REVOLT BLACK NEWS Weekly” segment, we examine why just two percent of public school educators are Black men. Guests include the director of Black male engagement at the Center for Black Educator Development Emir Davis, Georgia Tech professor Dr. Joycelyn Wilson, 2019 National Teacher of the Year Rodney Robinson and more educators.
Ep. 69: The Current State of Education w/NTOY Rodney Robinson
IDTALK4ED LIVE Episode #48 - "The Reimagining of the Black Male Educator" - 2019 National Teacher of the Year Rodney Robinson comes on the show to share his personal journey in education, the importance of prioritizing SEL practices in our schools, his experience as the National Teacher of the Year, and so much more!
2019 National Teacher of the Year Rodney Robinson discusses the state of education in America
Our guest is Rodney Robinson, the 2019 National Teacher of the Year (NTOY) and the 2019 Virginia Teacher of the Year.
We're back from a fun winter break with an exciting, exclusive conversation you'll only hear on swampED! We sat down with Brian Coleman, 2019 National School Counselor of the Year, and Rodney Robinson, the 2019 National Teacher of the Year to have a conversation around their experience as educators and championing equity in education.
EP 085 - Pulling Weeds and Making Beds - 2019 National Teacher of the Year Rodney Robinson discusses his education philosophy, thwarting scurvy, “brinner”, and much more.
RTD Public Square 77: A conversation with Rodney Robinson - 2019 National Teacher of the Year
Ep 20 - We spoke with National Teacher of the Year, Rodney Robinson, in front of a live audience at National PTA’s Legislative Conference. Rodney offered his insights into the teaching profession, issues of equity, school discipline and the importance of recruiting more black educators
Episode Thirty-Four: This episode features a dynamic conversation with Akiea Gross, founder of Woke Kindergarten and #BlackTeachersMatter, and Rodney Robinson, the 2019 National Teacher of the Year. Amidst a larger dialogue about the challenges Black students and teachers face, we discuss the response to the murder of Ahmaud Arbery and the imperative of reimagining education post-COVID19.
Rodney Robinson, the 2019 National Teacher of the Year, addresses the Council of the Great City Schools' 63rd Annual Conference in Louisville, KY on October 24, 2019.
Dr. Adrienne Cole Johnson moderates a panel on Equity in Education.
Rodney Robinson hosts a group of esteemed panelists to discuss the barriers preventing young Black and Brown men from seeing education as a career option and the key actions individuals and organizations can take to renew narratives about what is possible for young men of color in education.