Principios para el disenÌo de aprendizaje a distancia equitativo para los aprendices de ingleÌs ÂLMU,CEEL. Equitable Distance Learning for ELs Design Principles LMU CEEL May 2020 AÌ. Books. 100 Things White People Can Do for Racial Justice. Globally Competent Learning Continuum - ASCD. The students we teach have diverse experiences, backgrounds, and perspectives and engage in a world that is interconnected and interdependent.
Therefore, an integral part of a whole child approach to education involves instilling in students the mindsets, knowledge, and skills they need to live and work as citizens in a global society. This is done through globally competent teaching. The Globally Competent Learning Continuum (GCLC) is an online self-reflection tool to help educators of all grade levels and content areas develop globally competent teaching practices. The GCLC provides 12 concrete globally competent teaching elements with descriptions of what each looks like at different levels of development.
The GCLC also contains resources to help educators move along the continuum. Rate yourself on the 12 elements of globally competent teaching using the Globally Competent Learning Continuum. Questions? Culturally Responsive Guide to Fostering the Inclusion of Immigrant Origin Children. Teaching Ideas and Resources to Help Students Make Sense of the George Floyd Protests. Updated, June 8.
‘White Fragility’ Is Everywhere. But Does Antiracism Training Work? DiAngelo’s “White Fragility” article was, in a sense, an epistemological exercise.
It examined white not-knowing. When it was published in 2011 in The International Journal of Critical Pedagogy, it reached the publication’s niche audience. Making Equity Work in Distance Teaching and Learning Series, Presented by Enid Lee — Enid Lee Consultants Inc. At the heart of our work is the knowledge that Equity is a Workplace issue for students, employees and families.
COVID-19 and the accompanying challenges have exposed longstanding educational inequalities. For example: Access to chrome books and the InternetEquitable teacher support, supervision and evaluation,Respectful and effective engagement with familiesCulturally rich and rigorous curriculumInclusive, anti-bias learning environment The new context of distance teaching and learning provides us with the opportunity to address inequity and promote equity.
Teaching For Black Lives - Rethinking Schools. “A handbook to help all educators fight racism.”
–The Washington Post “This book is not just for teachers in the classroom, but also for those of us who care about making Black lives matter in the community. It should be required reading for all who care about the future of Black youth.” –Opal Tometi, #BlackLivesMatter co-founder and executive director of the Black Alliance for Just Immigration “This is essential.
“I love Teaching for Black Lives because it’s a bible to understanding both the contributions of Black and Brown people to America as well as the struggles and chains of institutional racism.” “Every teacher in America needs to pick up this book.” How to be anti-racist: Speak out in your own circles. Being anti-racist means more than ridding yourself of racist attitudes, beliefs and behaviors.
It means you're also actively fighting that reprehensible trinity as it manifests in your life on a daily basis. Donating to activist organizations and protesting injustices are definitely good starts to becoming an ally. But that's not enough. Where To Donate To Support Black Lives And Protesters. It’s dangerous to be Black in America.
The killing of Breonna Taylor, who was shot by police in her own home, the shooting of Ahmaud Arbery by white men while he was out for a jog, and the police killing of George Floyd inspired protests across the nation. Deepening_Social_Justice_Teaching. Critical_Pedagogy_in_a_Time_of_Uncertain. A_Front_to_Back_Guide_to_Writing_a_Quali. Decolonizing_Interpretive_Research_Subal. From_One_Never_Meant_to_Survive. Better Together: Why Networks Are the Future of Learning. The new thing in education is working in networks.
And there’s good reason because the demands of the work have outstripped the toolset. We’ve (probably) reached a point of maximum complexity where more teachers are shooting for broader aims but with old constraints and inadequate tools and supports. The answer is working together in informal and formal networks. The global momentum around deeper project-based learning is undeniable.
The widespread attention being paid to social and emotional skills is encouraging and productive. The problem is, this stuff is hard. The Right Network for the Job There are lots of different ways educators and schools work together. Professional learning communities (PLC) are an increasingly common way to productively structure collaboration between educators within and between schools (see Tim Stuart’s new book for more).
Leadership networks (PLCs for superintendents) can be an efficient R&D collaboration. Five Network Functions. Barbara Ehrenreich’s Powerful Lessons for a Stronger Post-Coronavirus America - Yes! Magazine. The political activist and author imagines a country where all people, not just the wealthy, can live with dignity.
For nearly a half-century, self-proclaimed “myth-buster by trade” Barbara Ehrenreich has written provocative investigative articles and bestselling books on hot-button issues including health care, politics, poverty, and race. Her most popular book, Nickel and Dimed, is considered a modern classic. Her new book Had I Known: Collected Essays is a compilation of her seminal shorter pieces, many of which are still relevant today, decades after they were first published. The Language of Antiracism. Whether you’re a seasoned racial justice activist in the front lines of every protest or someone who’s in the beginning steps of racial literacy, we can all take time to evaluate the terminology we use when talking about race.
In Stay Woke: A People’s Guide to Making All Black Lives Matter, authors Candis Watts Smith, an associate professor at Penn State University, and Tehama Lopez Bunyasi, an assistant professor at George Mason University, provide a glossary of racial justice terms to help advocates understand the double edge some of these words can present. 8 Must-Reads by Women Who Take on White Supremacy and Patriarchal Power - Yes...
These authors pull no punches in tackling head-on the topics of race, gender, and justice. The first time I read the phrase “year of the woman” was in relation to the 1992 election. That year the most women ever—four—had been elected to serve in the U.S. Senate. LoveInTheTimeOfCholera%2FLove+in+the+Time+of+Cholera_daisy. Free Hyperdoc handbook template for Google Slides or PowerPoint. Many teachers were adapting the Scrapbook template, Isabel Morales was one of them, and to make it available for all, using the ringed notebook concept I added pages with tabs that you can “flip”.
And because I’m fascinated by hyperdocs I thought of it as a simple packaging for them. As usual, if you want to use it for something else, you can edit the titles of the tabs by clicking on Edit > Find and Replace Find: Engage Replace with: Your Title Colors are editable within the master, go to Slide > Edit Master and change the theme colors. Do not delete or add slides, duplicate the existing ones so you don’t have to add the links again. Painting our Walls with Community Wisdom. On Sunday, May 17th, The Ventura County Star published an article by Dr.
Roberto Vargas, who attended Arts for Action community mural forum on May 3rd. This article highlights the work of Arts for Action members to create a mural that is truely inspired by community participation. Here is the complete article together with some photographs, live from the mural wall itself.