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Workshop 2 [clear filter]
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)


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

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

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