CROWN JEWELS OF JAZZ
Crown Jewels of Jazz features Jim Anderson's quintet - WKRC, Local 12
Crown Jewels of Jazz features Rick VanMatre - WKRC, Local 12
Final Crown Jewels of Jazz July 25 - WKRC, Local 12
Crown Jewels of Jazz returns June 27 to a new location - WKRC, Local 12 featuring Kathy Wade
Crown Jewels of Jazz Overture - WKRC, Local 12
MACY’S KIDS, CULTURES, CRITTERS, AND CRAFTS Festival
Macy’s Kids, Cultures, Critters, and Crafts Festival 2018 - WCPO, Channel 9
It's $1 day at the Cincinnati Zoo - WCPO, Channel 9
Macy's Kids, Cultures, Critters and Crafts festival at Cincinnati Zoo - WLWT, Channel 5
Learning Through Art Upcoming Cincy Reads! Challenge - WVXU Cincinnati Public Radio feat. Kathy Wade & Dr. Anita Shah
‘Cincy Reads Challenge’ plans to wrap region in reading, resilience - Movers & Makers Cincinnati
IN THE NEWS
CEO Kathy Wade helped students in Cincinnati Public Schools understand the African origins of jazz through the book “The Sound that Jazz Makes” and the “Black Anthology of Music” performance.
The How and Why of Trauma-Informed Teaching via Edutopia
Studies show that almost half of U.S. students have experienced adverse childhood experiences, referred to as ACEs. Therefore, it is important for educators to have the training and background knowledge on how to work with this population to develop meaningful relationships that support these students. This article recommends three tips for trauma-informed teaching: 1) Know your students, 2) Use the whole school approach, and 3) Meaningful relationships start with teacher mindfulness, with themselves and their students.