Teachers will be able to:
- Learn how to create classrooms that are inclusive by honoring the students and teachers that are present.
- Explore research that supports building culturally sustaining spaces.
- Obtain lessons that can help create safe spaces for courageous conversations and magnify learning.
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In this webinar, teachers will learn how to build relationship capital by developing classroom spaces that honor student and staff diversity.
Often teachers may create lessons without genuinely having a full understanding of their students, or students having a full understanding of themselves. The purpose of this webinar is to equip teachers with research and lessons that will help them create culturally-sustaining classroom environments. We will explore instructional practices and review lessons that teachers can use to build relationship capital with students, colleagues, and stakeholders.
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