Description for program track
This training focuses on meeting the educational needs of historically underserved students of color and those who have varying barriers to employment; usually set by societal inequalities. Highlighting culture and how it interacts with the daily schooling experiences of students of color. Race is brought to the forefront by introducing various cultural literature on learning through the lens of race and ethnicity. This training further postures how race signifies notions of power whereas ethnicity does not.
By the end of this strand participants will be able to recognize education’s role in perpetuating inequity in society through processes, programming and instruction. To promote a learning environment that is empowering, transforming and validating for students of color.
Explore the systematic racialized socialization in education. This training postures how race signifies notions of power, whereas ethnicity does not. Join us as we describe how anti-blackness, as theorizations of settler colonialism, is deeply embedded in institutional policy and practice.
· Canvas: July 8, 2022 from 1:00-3:00 p.m.
· Xyan Nieder
In this session, we reconceptualize how data is often viewed through deficit-mindedness. We examine education’s role in perpetuating inequity in society through processes, programming, and instruction. Using intersectionality as a theoretical framework, we interrogate how our classroom instruction manages, caters for, includes, exclude, and is experienced in ways that produce advantage and disadvantage.
· Canvas: July 15, 2022 from 1:00-3:00 p.m.
· E. Phillips
Trauma is lasting when left untreated. Hence, childhood, economic and societal trauma are not exclusive to the P-12 student. With Howell-Williams, we impress upon higher education educators to promote a learning environment empowering, transforming, and validating for adult learners, specifically students of color. In this session, we move beyond strategizing to implementation.
· Canvas: July 22, 2022 from 1:00-3:00 p.m.
· Vicki Howell
Last Modified: 4/19/22, 9:29 AM