PD Offerings- All Instructional
In this course you will learn about the four pillars of #DisruptTexts and how to use these principles to evaluate and adjust your instruction towards anti-racist teaching. In particular, you will:
- Learn to recognize our own identities and perspectives, better understand how these may shape our teaching practices, and craft strategies to account for them and mitigate bias.
- Understand why we must responsibly center BIPOC authors in literature, and how we can accomplish this.
- Apply a critical literacy lens to our work with any text, look above and below the line when we consider our own identities, those of our students, and those centered in the texts we read with our students.
- Examine the role of our communities in disrupting the canon and holding ourselves, and each other, accountable for this work.
MSOL Teachers ONLY
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Strategies for Success in an Online and Blended Learning Environment...and Beyond
March 1st from 5:00-6:30pm
Course # 3769
Section # 28814