Jun 4, 2020 - Jun 4, 2020

REL Northeast & Islands Event: Using Data to Promote Culturally Responsive Teaching: Workshop 2

REL Northeast and Islands

The goal of the two-workshop series is to introduce the importance of developing data literacy to promote culturally responsive teaching and to provide TPPs with an initial roadmap for how to begin teaching data literacy to promote equity. In Workshop 2, the objectives are to:

  • Identify where within existing content, methods, and clinical courses faculty and cooperating teachers can teach data literacy focused on equity and culturally responsive teaching.
  • Introduce tools, resources, and supports that can be used in the TPPs courses to teach data literacy.
  • Provide an exploration of where to infuse data use with a focus on equity and culturally responsive practices into TPP curricula.

Partnership or Research Alliance: Teacher Preparation Research Alliance

Audience: Administrators, faculty, ad curriculum coordinators from teacher preparation programs. Cooperating teachers from school districts. State Department of Education teacher licensing staff. Professional organizations such as AACTE and ATE.

Speakers: Susan Mundry, Alliance Advisor, REL Northeast & Islands
Ellen Mandinach, Researcher, REL Northeast & Islands
Saroja Warner, Coaching Expert, REL Northeast & Islands

June 4, 2020

Time: 3:00 – 4:30 ET


To register for this event, click here.