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Workshop: Creating Inclusive Classrooms (Bay Area)

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Workshop

Date: October 25, 2018
Time: 9:00-2:00
Where: The Nueva School Bay Meadows Campus (map)

Fee: $275 Members; ($425 Non-members)

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Creating Inclusive Classrooms (Bay Area)

How do we create the best possible learning environment for all students in our classrooms? Turn your commitment into action with this dynamic one day workshop designed to provide you with ideas, examples and resources that help you better support all of your students to thrive.

Approaches and skills you will learn:

  • Cultural Competency: cultural identifiers, distinction from old school diversity approaches, and cultural competence as educational imperative
  • Experiences Across Difference: internalized oppression/dominance, stereotype threat, microaggressions, code switching, privilege, intent vs impact
  • Inclusive Classroom Practices
  • Developmentally Appropriate Diversity Work

Questions we will explore together:

  • What are the opportunity gaps and disparities for students of marginalized identities in a classroom or school setting that does not practice cultural competency?
  • What are ways to create inclusion in the classroom through curricular, pedagogical, assessment-related, and relational approaches?

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Facilitator

Rosetta Lee

Rosetta Lee

Rosetta Lee serves Seattle Girls’ School in dual roles. SGS is an innovative school for Junior High School girls, aiming to empower women leaders and change agents and dedicating its energies to a diverse community of students and faculty, an anti-bias mission, and an integrated curriculum. As a faculty member, Rosetta teaches subjects such as science, math, technology, art, ethics, social justice, and more. As a professional outreach specialist, she designs and delivers trainings for all constituencies of the school community, as well as the local and national educational and nonprofit sectors.
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