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Workshop 4 [clear filter]
Friday, April 17
 

3:10pm EDT

Practices for Developing Students’ Critical Consciousness for Black Student Success and Excellence
Educator teams across 17 TDSB elementary and secondary schools engaged in the parallel inquiry-based experience of developing their own critical consciousness as well as their students’. This session describes participating educators’ successful practices to support Black students’ success and excellence through the provision of student voice and leadership opportunities.


Friday April 17, 2020 3:10pm - 4:00pm EDT
Room #1

3:10pm EDT

What does Equity mean for racialized teachers and students?
Racialized bodies struggle in the our education system. The stories of struggle resonates with racialized  students and teachers. In this presentation we will highlight the struggles faced by teachers and students in K to 12 education.  IEP students are taught to advocate for themselves, yet transition plans are failing. The racialized teachers are unaware of the hidden curriculum to navigate institutional barriers. Let's begin the talk!

Speakers
MA

Miguel Angus

Teacher, TDSB
I am a black teacher interested in employment equity for black teachers.


Friday April 17, 2020 3:10pm - 4:00pm EDT
Room #2
 


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