Kids Are Just Kids (Right?)

A workshop providing strategies & resources to positively impact the lives of all our future students.


1.         As an educator, being color blind…

 

2.         A culturally _______________ teacher...

a.  _________________________  student differences.

b. _________________________  student differences.

c. _________________________  student differences within the

 

3.         Of those listed “For Any Child,” the strategy that I’m most confident in implementing would be…

 

4.         Of those listed regarding Race/Ethnicity, the strategy that I’m most confident in implementing would be…

 

5.         Of those listed regarding Gender, the strategy that I’m most confident in implementing would be…

 

6.         Of those listed regarding Religion, the strategy that I’m most confident in implementing would be…

 

7.         Of those listed regarding Socioeconomic Status, the strategy that I’m most confident in implementing would be…

 

8.         Of those listed regarding Linguistics, the strategy that I’m most confident in implementing would be…

 

9.         Of those listed regarding Sexual Orientation, the strategy that I’m most confident in implementing would be…


Culturally Responsive Teaching Resources:

tolerance.org – A place where educators who care about diversity, equity and justice can find news, suggestions, conversation and support.

rethinkingschools.org – A nonprofit publisher and advocacy organization dedicated to sustaining and strengthening public education through social justice teaching and education activism. Our magazine, books, and other resources promote equity and racial justice in the classroom.

changekidslives.org – An educational resource where teachers share their very best classroom strategies, while learning from the best practice of others.

#educolor on Twitter – EduColor seeks to elevate the voices of public school advocates of color on educational equity and justice.