How to Design and Execute a Culturally Responsive-Sustaining Lesson, Feb 28

Posted by The Center for Black Educator Development on January 28, 2020

Professional Learning – Educational Justice Workshop Series — CENTER FOR BLACK EDUCATOR DEVELOPMENT

Come develop the skills it takes to master the kind of teaching that is culturally responsive, affirming, and sustaining. We welcome all to learn from best-in-field educators, and from one another, in a safe space that will challenge us to be the educators we want to be―and our students need us to.

Where: Mary McLeod Bethune School, 3301 Old York Rd., Philadelphia, PA (Room location: The IMC)

Date and Time: February 28, 2020, 1:30-3:00pm

Audience: Aspiring teachers, teachers, assistant principals, principals, district instructional staff

How to Design and Execute a Culturally Responsive-Sustaining Lesson: This workshop will focus on using the 3M criteria to write an effective lesson plan objective, making it manageable, measurable and, most importantly, ending each class with an explicit assessment of your objective that you can use to evaluate your (and your students’) success. Furthermore, this session will provide an introduction to understanding the flow of a lesson: Direct Instruction, Guided Practice, Independent Practice, and the Exit Ticket.

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