Culture, Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion

Schools need to celebrate, support, understand, and advocate for their diverse communities of students and staff. Topics in this category focus on strategies to foster equity and inclusion.

Culture, Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion

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  1. How to Help Your Latino Students Thrive
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    How to Help Your Latino Students Thrive

    Lifelong educator Jessica Camacho will explain how to give Latino students the support they need to thrive in school.

    What You'll Learn

    • Who are Latinos, Hispanics, and Chicanos?
    • How have the Latino students’ challenges changed for 2022–23?
    • What instructional changes will encourage greater participation?
    • How can you ensure underrepresented students can utilize opportunities?
    • What does cultural competence look like for Latino students?
    • What principles should you embody as a cultural, social, and language broker?
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    How to Help Your Latino Students Thrive
    Jessica Camacho
    From $79.00
  2. How to Teach Black History and Not CRT in Your School
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    How to Teach Black History and Not CRT in Your School

    Equity expert Michael Lowe will help you cultivate and deepen your cultural competence. You will learn how to teach Black history fully and honestly without running afoul of new laws.

    What You'll Learn

    • What assumptions are associated with those historically marginalized?
    • How do privileges, power, and oppression operate historically?
    • What systems that persist today sustain inequity?
    • How can you teach when critical race theory has been banned?
  3. Reading Instruction and DEI:  Step-by-Step Guidance
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    Reading Instruction and DEI: Step-by-Step Guidance

    Equity expert Michael Lowe will show you how reading instruction affects students and share concrete strategies you can implement immediately to improve equity. You will learn how to update both curriculum and instruction.

    What You'll Learn

    • How can you deepen the cultural competence of your school community?
    • What is the history of literacy instruction and schooling in the U.S.?
    • How do privileges, power, and oppression sustain inequity?
    • How can you teach your students to develop a love of literacy?
  4. How to Support Transgender Students This Year
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    How to Support Transgender Students This Year

    Seasoned educator and transgender man TJ Huberg will walk you through how you can model and encourage equal treatment of transgender youth at school.

    What You'll Learn

    • What exactly does transgender mean?
    • What laws protect transgender youth?
    • What is a “bathroom bill”?
    • What do statistics show about transgender youth and mental health?
    • How can you support a transgender student?
    • How can you be an advocate for a transgender student around others?
    • How can you provide a safe space on campus for transgender youth?
    • What administrative dos and don’ts should you follow?
  5. How to Be an Advocate for Your Black and Brown Students
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    How to Be an Advocate for Your Black and Brown Students
    Scheduled for 60 minutes including question and answer period. Thursday, February 16, 2023; 4:00 PM Eastern

    Lifelong educator Jessica Camacho will explain how educator-advocates can transform the school experiences of BIPOC students. You will learn what steps to take during the new semester to make this important sector of your school community feel valued and included.

    What You'll Learn

    • What opportunities do you have for advocacy?
    • What perspectives will help you overcome challenges?
    • How can you develop and foster cultural competency?
    • What equity-driven policies should you implement?
    • How can you identify and overcome implicit and explicit bias?
    • What anti-racist work can you do within and beyond the classroom?
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    How to Be an Advocate for Your Black and Brown Students
    Thursday, February 16, 2023; 4:00 PM Eastern
    Jessica Camacho
    From $99.00
  6. How to Be an Ally to Indigenous Students
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    How to Be an Ally to Indigenous Students

    Indigenous Affairs journalist and historian Meghanlata Gupta will share insights about tribal nations and tribal diversity. You will learn how to support your Indigenous students.

    What You'll Learn

    • How can you be an ally to Indigenous students?
    • Where can you learn about tribal histories and contemporary issues?
    • How can you start essential conversations about allyship in your classroom?
    • What are land acknowledgments?
    • What terminology should you use?
    • What are the differences between tribes?
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    How to Be an Ally to Indigenous Students
    Meghanlata Gupta
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  7. How to Teach About the Holocaust in the Age of Disinformation
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    How to Teach About the Holocaust in the Age of Disinformation

    Internationally recognized educator Frank W. Baker will showcase a new education website and graphic novel designed to overcome disinformation and help teach this complex subject. You will learn which information is critical and how to engage students to learn it.

    What You'll Learn

    • What Holocaust disinformation do students often read and hear?
    • Why has this become a big issue now, prompting a 2022 UN resolution?
    • What misconceptions abound today?
    • What do international surveys reveal students fail to understand?
    • What does media literacy mean?
    • Where can you find primary sources and personal narratives?
    • How can you engage students to learn about the Holocaust?
  8. How to Stop Racial Microaggressions at School
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    How to Stop Racial Microaggressions at School

    Equity expert Michael Lowe will show you how to identify and combat microaggressions at your school. You will learn how to lead your colleagues in creating a welcoming space for students to learn and thrive.

    What You'll Learn

    • When does treating students as racial group members help them?
    • When does it harm them?
    • Why do teachers call students in instead of calling them out?
    • How can you create an awareness of implicit bias among your students?
    • What steps can you take to eliminate microaggressions at school?
    • How can you build a culture of openness where people learn from mistakes?
  9. Teaching Professional Certification: Inclusive Practices
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    Teaching Professional Certification: Inclusive Practices

    Lifelong educator Jessica Camacho will detail the essential steps toward creating a positive school experience for all. You will learn how to develop a culture in your organization that enables all students to thrive throughout the school year. 

    Benefits of Certification

    • Create brave spaces for dialogue and change
    • Identify shortcomings in diversity, equity, and inclusion
    • Redefine practices to ensure all students are valued and heard
    • Demonstrate your understanding and accelerate your career
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    Teaching Professional Certification: Inclusive Practices
    Jessica Camacho
    From $295.00
  10. How to Observe Teachers Without Bias
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    How to Observe Teachers Without Bias

    Equity expert Michael Lowe will show you how bias affects teacher observations, feedback, and evaluations. You will learn how to measure instruction equitably.

    What You'll Learn

    • How can you observe teaching and give accurate teacher feedback?
    • How is your view of instructional practices distorted?
    • Why does bias lead to lower test scores and affect marginalized students?
    • What specific steps can you take to remove bias from the evaluation process?
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    How to Observe Teachers Without Bias
    Michael Lowe
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  11. How to Teach About Racism Legally
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    How to Teach About Racism Legally

    Award-winning educator Rodney D. Pierce will teach you how to instruct students with equitable content while navigating this political minefield in the classroom. You will learn from his challenges as an unapologetic Black male history teacher in the rural South.

    What You'll Learn

    • What is critical race theory? What is its history?
    • How was critical race theory turned into an education boogeyman?
    • What does culturally responsive teaching (another CRT) entail?
    • How do diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) and critical race theory differ?
    • What specific resources can you use to supplement your instruction?
    • What American history lessons can you use to gauge the temperature of your school community?
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    How to Teach About Racism Legally
    Rodney Pierce
    From $79.00
  12. [3-Part Series] Special Education Series: New Legal Guidance
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    [3-Part Series] Special Education Series: New Legal Guidance

    EducationAdminWebAdvisor has scheduled a series of three webinars presented by leading education attorneys Richard F. Verstegen and Dr. Jim Castagnera, packed with information you can use immediately.

    What You'll Learn

    • New DOE Guidance: Discipline and Special Ed

    • Seclusion and Restraint: How to Adhere to New DOE Guidance

    • So You Think Your Student Has a Disability... Now What?

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    [3-Part Series] Special Education Series: New Legal Guidance
    Richard F. Verstegen and Dr. Jim Castagnera
    From $399.00
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