VIRTUAL: Anti-Bias Curriculum Institute
In this virtual Museum of Tolerance Institute participants will learn a unique pedagogical approach that integrates identity, diversity, justice, and action into instructional planning and delivery. Participants will be able to:
● Define the goals of anti-bias education and explain how the Social Justice Standards support a continuum of engagement in diversity, equity, and inclusion work in schools.
● Identify anti-bias practices and strategies for classrooms at the elementary, middle, and high school levels.
● Apply the goals of anti-bias education to a variety of instructional scenarios and consider the impact on pedagogy and practice.
● Explore a vast collection of anti-bias lessons aligned to academic and social justice standards. This interactive experience is both synchronous and asynchronous.
Asynchronous content includes on-demand museum virtual tours, reviewing recommended resources, and sharing reflections on the dedicated FlipGrid page. Live sessions include special speakers such as a Holocaust Survivor and/or Dr. Terrence Roberts of the Little Rock Nine, and/or other witnesses to history. You will also be hosted by facilitators and divided into small groups for facilitated dialogue and debrief with peers. The live workshops are led by anti-bias education experts, using a variety of interactive modalities and small break-out groups. Confirmed registered participants will receive an email from the Program Coordinator during the week before the event with the links to the Zoom events and Flipgrid passcode protected pages.
All courses are eligible for CEU credits.
Upcoming Open Enrollment Dates
October 19, 20, 21, 2022 REGISTER
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