Equity expert Michael Lowe will give you a new perspective on how reading and history instruction can marginalize or motivate students. You will learn how to adapt your curriculum without violating laws banning the teaching of critical race theory.
What You'll Learn
Reading Instruction and DEI: Step-by-Step Guidance
How to Teach Black History and Not CRT in Your School
How can your teaching be more inclusive? Adapt your curriculum to reflect and resonate with more students.
As this new school year begins, it’s an ideal time to consider that reading and history are the subjects where many students feel excluded. The lessons do not reflect their backgrounds, realities, and interests. They fail to see themselves in the books they read and hear inaccurate descriptions of their ancestors and their roles in the development of America.
You can change those disconnections and misperceptions by resetting expectations, eliminating bias, and prioritizing inclusivity in your teaching. It’s time to update your curriculum to better connect with underserved students and enable them to excel equitably.
To help you accomplish this goal, we have arranged a compelling series of two webinars packed with transformative content and effective teaching strategies:
Who Should Attend?
- Chief equity officer for Shelby County Schools in Tennessee
- Served as a regional superintendent and middle school principal in Memphis
- Focuses on culturally responsive teaching and equity in student work
- Bachelor of Science in elementary education from the University of Memphis
- Education specialist and doctorate degree in leadership and instruction from Union University in Jackson, Tennessee
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