Representing All Students in the Curriculum: Approaching Race and Equity in the Classroom

Participants will have developed strategies to initiate courageous conversations, increase cultural competency, and incorporate diverse perspectives into their lessons using multicultural literature.

Have you had the desire to start courageous conversations in your class but don’t know how? Are you looking to increase your cultural competency or incorporate more diversity in your lessons? This workshop will provide an introduction to utilizing multicultural literature in the classroom. Participants will learn strategies for implementing a focal lens on the historical events and contributions of marginalized populations. Additionally, participants will review sample activities and have time to create their own lessons that represent all students based on their current curriculum.

Intended Audience

Curriculum Specialists
Grades K-12 Instructors
Instructional Coaches

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