Teacher-Leader Virtual Professional Development, Center for Black Educator Development

Posted by The Center for Black Educator Development on October 4, 2022

The Professional Learning Team will offer a series of no-cost workshops to school leaders and teachers grounded in cultural proficiency competencies and pursuits beginning in October 2022. The courses are designed to aid in examining best practices for creating learning communities and spaces that are inclusive. Topics explored include Collaborating with Families, Reflecting on One’s Cultural Lens and Identifying and Eliminating Microaggressions.

“Our aim is for participants to strengthen their mindsets, attitudes and practices in teaching Black children well, as a result of attending our workshops. And we hope they will share their positive experiences and learnings with colleagues who in turn will be interested in CBED providing professional development for their respective educational institutions,” said Taylor Howard, director of professional learning.

All classes are virtual and limited to 60 participants each session. Space is limited.


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