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Video Access: Teach for Equity: Reaching all Students in Turbulent Times

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Expand your ability to address the cultural needs of all students and access relevant tools and resources to meet their needs.

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Receive exclusive access to all recorded sessions from the Teach for Equity convening. This includes curated resource lists and presentation materials from all sessions.

As this school year begins, our nation's educators (you) are working to meet the dual challenges of teaching during a pandemic and determining how to lead during a renewed national conversation confronting systemic racial injustice.

The National Network of State Teachers of the Year and the National Education Association want to support you as you teach and lead through the next year of schooling by creating learning opportunities led by educators.

Includes:

  • (2) 30-minute keynote presentations from Liz Kleinrock and Abdul Wright.
  • (6) 60-minute breakout sessions from nationally recognized teacher leaders.
  • (7) Resource lists that include teaching tools and presentations.
  • Best practices in both online and remote teaching utilizing culturally responsive teaching practices from nationally recognized educators (who are currently teaching).
  • Access to high-quality culturally relevant instructional materials (used by real educators in their classrooms).

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Keynote Speakers:

  • Liz Kleinrock (Founder, Teach and Transform; anti-bias, anti-racist educator-in-progress)
  • Abdul Wright (2017 Minnesota Teacher of the Year): Grounded in the Culture: What it Means to be a Culturally Responsive Practitioner

Breakout Sessions:

  • Monica Washington (2014 Texas Teacher of the Year): The Equity Check-Up: How Do I Know if My Practices are Aligned?
  • Lorrie Heagy (2011 Alaska Teacher of the Year) & Jinkasee.ee (Rose Willard, Cultural Specialist, Indian Studies Program): Haa Ḵusteeyí: An Exemplar from Alaska on Culturally Responsive Teaching
  • Michelle Cottrell Williams (2018 Virginia Teacher of the Year) & Leigh Ann Erickson (2019 Iowa Teacher of the Year Finalist): Centering the Margins through Curriculum and Pedagogy
  • Qorsho Hassan (2020 Minnesota Teacher of the Year): Finding Equity: Shifting Power Structures in Your Classroom
  • Alex Kajitani (2009 California Teacher of the Year), Tyrone Holmes (National Director Curriculum Associates), Claudia Salinas (VP for English Learning Curriculum Associates): Discourse and Advocacy: The Intersection of Race, Data and Mathematics Instruction
  • Geneviève DeBose (Educator, Artist, Activist): Culturally Responsive and Sustaining ELA Classrooms
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