• Culturally Responsive Pedagogy

    Discover a set of critical practices for anti-bias, social justice education to help enhance teaching and learning. Understand 20 critical practices, which are organized into four categories: instruction, classroom culture, family and community engagement and teacher leadership. Hear specific examples of strategies and suggestions for schoolwide implementation.

    Learning outcomes:
    Upon completion of this webinar, participants should be able to:

    1. Discuss intergroup awareness, understanding and skills.
    2. Create school environments that reflect diversity, equity and justice.
    3. Engage families and communities in meaningful and culturally competent ways.
    4. Implement an anti-bias curriculum as part of larger individual, school and community action.
    5. Use instructional strategies supporting diverse learning styles and allow for the development of critical thinking skills

    Speaker: 
    Sara Wicht is an educational consultant with more than 20 years of experience in K-12 education. Her work in social justice and anti-bias education includes expertise in instructional practice, teacher mentoring, professional development, curriculum design and educational publishing.

    Original air date: March 21, 2017

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