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Managing Culture with an Equity Lens in the Classroom

Managing Culture with an Equity Lens in the Classroom
July 16, 2020
Grade Level PreK, Grades K-12, Professional Development


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Join Dr. Stacy Scott of The Center for Understanding Equity and Share My Lesson for a deep look into the true meaning of the Equity Lens. Today’s educators are being urged to build cultural competency, while being mindful of having an equity lens.

Now Available on Demand

This webinar is suited for all stakeholders. It focuses on the cultural drivers of performance, both at the individual and school levels. Participants will gain tools for analyzing culture and creating responses to the ways schools undermine student performance, while gaining strategies for managing culturally sensitive classrooms with awareness of personal bias and anti-bias curriculum. Scott will also share the implications for equity on lesson plan designs and explore the role of the community in extending equity beyond the classroom.

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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.

Original Air Date:  July 16, 2020



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July 16, 2020
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4 Reviews
Excellent webinar!!! This is one of the best that I have been to over the summer. Thank you!
July 17, 2020
This is the middle portion of a three-part equity-focused group of webinars. The content is dense and thought-provoking and the presenter, Dr. Stacy Scott, brings to the experience a background of extraordinary depth, leading the participant to seek further research and ideas. Fantastic!
July 16, 2020
Great discussion on Equity in the classroom and in the school culture.-Sharon in Texas
July 16, 2020
Carrie Keena
July 16, 2020
This is an important conversation for the present and the future. There were a few technological issues. Also, it seemed the presenter might have felt rushed. Would there be no way to break the webinar into several sessions. It's really an important conversation that we should be able to devote more time.

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