Rudy Jean-Bart

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Hi, i'm :
Rudy Jean-Bart
A little about me:

I am a professor that is passionate about connecting with my students!

My gender pronouns are:
He/Him
Podcast description:
Life's Classroom is a podcast where an educator and former students get to talk about life. The conversations had will reveal that life truly is the greatest teacher. Both the educator and the student are life's pupils, and this allows the student to become the teacher and the educator to become the student. Life's Classroom is a creation of January 1st Productions which strives to amplify voices that need to be heard.
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@rudyjeanbart
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Ashlee was one of the best writers I’ve ever had as a student.  I was the first professor to tell her how good of a writer she was and encouraged her to think about pursuing writing as a career.  She had me her last semester before graduating.  Why was I the first professor to tell her how good of a writer she was? Did race have something to do with it?  We discuss this and more.
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James is someone that is passionate about growth.  It is a key ingredient to his success, and it afforded the opportunity to work for the NBA and where he currently works, ESPN.  Though he constantly works to improve himself, and has a never give up attitude, James has had to deal with self-doubt and a lack of confidence at different parts of his journey.  We discuss how he was able to overcome the doubt he faced and more.Follow us on Instagram: @lifeclassroompodcast                             Twitter: @life_classroomEmail us at: lifeclassroompodcast@gmail.com
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For Aleyah, being a child in New York during and after 9/11, having an Arabic name was not an envious position to be in.  The bullying that she endured would lead her to shun her identity to the point of insisting on her being recognized by her nickname and not her name.  But a high school teacher would eventually help her embrace her identity.Follow us on Instagram: @lifeclassroompodcast                       Twitter: @life_classroomEmail us at: lifeclassroompodcast@gmail.com
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