On this episode of the Black on Black education podcast, we had an incredible session with Adrienne Waller about her experiences traveling across the world and what she’s gained from these experiences. We talked about the differences between many international schools versus the US education system, the flaws and successes of the U.S and different international systems, what needs to change, the culture versus the curriculum of the school, the impacts of traveling outside the US for African-Americans, and the importance of changing students, administration, and teacher dynamics that promote community and the enforcement of systemic change. This is a truly rich episode that you don’t wanna miss.
Adrienne chats with Michelle Dzisiak about her experiences living and teaching abroad and she gives practical advice to others who are looking to experience teaching overseas.
Welcome to the L.A.B. where our goal it to advance liberatory work on conversation at a time. On this episode, I sit down with my sis, Adrienne Waller. We dive into a conversation about her experience abroad and her dream (coming to a reality near you) of starting her own school.
Want to teach your teen how to speak up and advocate for themselves in a responsible way? Then this episode is for you.
I’m joined by Adrienne Waller, the owner of Worldwide Educator, an education consulting company focused on empowering educators to own their instructional genius while activating students. For the past 15 years, Adrienne has been working with educators across the US and the world, including Qatar, China, and she’s currently an Assistant Principal in the Cayman Islands.
For this week’s episode, we’re going international with my good friend and special guest Adrienne Waller!
In our conversation, Adrienne goes in depth about life as a Black woman expat and international educator, the founding of Worldwide Educator, how teaching abroad has impacted her educational practice and worldview, why more educators should tap into Clubhouse, and much more!