Culturally Responsive Instruction: Tools to Create a Welcoming Classroom for All

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Join Dionne Grayman, Marieke Van Woerkom and Share My Lesson in this participatory workshop on culturally responsive instruction where Morningside Center facilitators explore with participants what it means to meet our students’ needs in this way: How do we as educators ensure that we’re creating classroom and school communities that welcome, respect and honor all our students, including students of color?

Now Available On Demand. Original Air Date: March 25, 2020.
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Using different modalities, participants will be invited to reflect on the roles they play in their classrooms and schools, recognizing that who they are with their students is as important as how they are with their students. In addition, facilitators will propose and provide opportunities to explore a set of research-based, culturally responsive strategies and tools to further promote equity in the classroom. Educators will walk away from the workshop with a toolkit and a better understanding of how they can incorporate best practices in equitable instruction in their schools and throughout their careers.

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Available for one-hour of PD credit. A certificate of completion will be available for download at the end of your session that you can submit for your school's or district's approval.

On Demand version is available in closed captioning in English and Spanish.

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Reviews

March 2020
The seminar was short but very helpful. I plan on using that Margaret Wheatley poem tomorrow!
March 2020
Great helpful seminar, please create more to learn from. thank you Dr. Mottinger
March 2020
It was interesting and informative.
March 2020
The presenters were clear and practical; I would like to know how to access the Montgomery Equitable Practices information.
March 2020
This session was a good reminder of what we should be doing to make students feel a part of our class and give them a voice.
March 2020
March 2020
This webinar is presented on a very human and sensitive level. It is really wonderful.