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Diversity and Inclusion: Critical Practices

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Would you like to be more inclusive of all students and cultures in your classroom, but just aren't sure where to start or what to do? As education continues to focus on achievement and academics, it is crucial for us to focus on the social-emotional aspect of our students. If we don't have an environment of equity and acceptance within our classrooms, we will not effectively decrease the achievement gap. Within the Critical Practices guide, published by Teaching Tolerance, four sections are discussed: Instruction, Classroom Culture, Family and Community Engagement, and Teacher Leadership. In this webinar, Megan Fuciarelli will explore each of these sections and discuss how these practices can provide a more equitable environment for our students. In addition to explaining each critical practice, she will provide best practices and useful strategies that you can implement in your classroom or school.


Status: Available On-Demand
Subject: Other
Last aired on: Tuesday, November 29, 2016 @ 4:00 PM EST
Duration: 30 minutes
Credit Hours: 0.5
Categories: Counseling, Diversity & SEL, Learning Theories & Strategies, Response to Intervention (RTI)
Tags: anti-bias framework, critical practices, cultural diversity, cultures, Diversity training, equity, inclusion, inclusive, social emotional

Reviews (45)

Good information
This was one of the best webinars that I participated in. A lot of great information.
Informative. But A LOT of information in a short period.
Differentiating instruction is so important for the classroom, and it is good to see examples to help support teachers in this practice.
Full Member
This webinar is a great breakdown of what should be done and why. I think too often the “why” and/or examples are left out..or a generic “why” is given. This webinar actually breaks down the “why” behind each practice l/what component each practice serves.
Great information!
Nice work
Full Member
Lots to process!
Full Member
Too much information in a short time period. I would have preferred 2-3 of the components with explanations and examples rather than all 5.
Basic Member
Renay Foreman 9-13-2019
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