Cultivating Equity-oriented Educators Part II – Webinar-On-Demand Series
October 25, 2018 - December 5, 2020
What SEAs Can do to Promote Culturally Responsive and Sustaining Practices at the LEA Level
The second webinar in our series will provide strategies on how SEAs can support LEAs at various points in the process of implementing their state ESSA plans. Emphasis will be given on how plans define an effective educator, the attributes of culturally responsive pedagogy at the instructional level, and the importance of accessing student knowledge through instruction in an effort to ensure every student receives a quality education.
This is Part II of our Webinar Series for State Education Agencies on ESSA Plan Implementation
This series is designed for state education agencies on ESSA plan implementation. These interactive presentations will focus on strengthening SEA knowledge and understanding of macro and micro systems needed to cultivate, implement, and sustain culturally responsive pedagogies and school-based practices. Participants will learn what culturally responsive pedagogy entails and a framework to support districts and schools in implementing approaches to teaching that ensure the academic achievement of all students, regardless of their cultural background, skin color, ethnicity, race, language, religion, gender or sexual orientation.
Central and South Central Comprehensive Centers (C3 and SC3) at the University of Oklahoma
in partnership with
Region III Midwest Plains Equity Assistance Center (MAP Center)
Originally held Monday, December 5, 2017, at 2:00-3:30 pm CT.
*The IDRA EAC-South provides technical assistance and training to build capacity of state and local education agencies to serve their diverse student populations. The IDRA EAC-South is one of four regional equity assistance centers and serves Region II, which covers Washington, D.C., and 11 states: Alabama, Arkansas, Florida, Georgia, Louisiana, Mississippi, North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas and Virginia.