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Friday, April 17
 

12:00pm EDT

Challenging the Narrative: Supporting Black Student Excellence
Participants explore targeted interventions of a Scarborough high-school that supports the learning and excellence of Black students, centred around anti-oppression and antiracism.
Topics include: a) Africentric education: The Leonard Braithwaite Program, b) Interdisciplinary course: Redefining the Mandem (Pre-LBP), c) Intentional interventions: Ensuring credit accumulation, d) Centering student activism: Black Brilliance (student-led conference)

Speakers
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Nicole Aloise, Rukiya Mohamed, Alana Lowe & Dayo Baiyewu

Principal, Winston Churchill CI, TDSB
The team is interested in Africentric education.


Friday April 17, 2020 12:00pm - 12:50pm EDT
Room #3

12:00pm EDT

Strategies for Developing Educator Critical Consciousness for Black Student Success and Excellence
Through a tiered and integrated professional learning paradigm, over 150 educators across 17 TDSB schools engaged in critically conscious practitioner inquiry to engage with issues of anti-Black racism. This session describes the professional learning and conditions for developing critical consciousness in relation to race and learning in pedagogy for educators.


Friday April 17, 2020 12:00pm - 12:50pm EDT
Room #4

12:00pm EDT

Teaching Black Students: Promoting identity, engagement and well-being in Mathematics
Shayle, Naima and Sherrika share their experience working in a learning community geared towards challenging barriers that exist for Black students in Mathematics. Collaboratively, they focused on teaching mathematics with student identity at the forefront of their pedagogy, and implemented equity-based practices which lead to an increase in achievement scores.


Friday April 17, 2020 12:00pm - 12:50pm EDT
Room #2

12:00pm EDT

Working with Black/Brown Males Who Have Experienced Trauma
Over 50% of students experience trauma in their lives and those students are 3 times likely to experience academic failure, 5 times likely for attendance problems and 6 times likely for behavioral problems. If you don't allow yourself to see who that student really is, you will only see what you expect to see. This interactive workshop will give educators and administrators strategies for working with students who experienced trauma while working on your own stress management.

Speakers
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Robert Jackson

Robert Jackson Consulting
AFTERNOON KEYNOTE, THURSDAY, SEPT. 26Robert Jackson is an expert in teaching cultural diversity, restorative practices, socio-emotional learning, and how to retain troubled students in school. He teaches educators and administrators how to use their power more effectively to educate... Read More →


Friday April 17, 2020 12:00pm - 12:50pm EDT
Ontario Institute for Studies in Education
 


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