Part 1: Culturally Responsive Teaching: How to Build an Inclusive Classroom and Curriculum
In this session, participants will understand concepts of cultural competency, culturally responsive teaching and multicultural education and the difference between intent and impact as it relates to their work with young people. Participants will reflect on their own personal preferences and biases, especially around issues of diversity and identity, and will build an understanding of how their personal preferences and biases affect relationship building with young people. The group will identify effective strategies for communicating both with young people who may share similar life experiences to them and who may be different than them.
This learning module includes:
- 30-minute planning session with leaders via videoconference
- Customized curriculum designed based on your needs
- Full day, interactive workshop
- 1-hour follow-up call to discuss learnings and progress toward action steps
Audience: Staff teams at youth-serving organizations
Want a customized version of this learning module? We can also offer this topic in 2-, 3-, and 4-hour versions. This session can also be bundled with Part 2 of Culturally Responsive Teaching. Just contact us!
*Pricing is for NYC, Long Island, and Westchester. If outside of this metro area, additional travel fees may apply.
Delivered by Changemaker Bari Katz