Join Roots ConnectED* for an online workshop that walks through critical thinking skills first hand. Educators will interact with a text
Join Roots ConnectED* for an online workshop that walks through critical thinking skills first hand. Educators will interact with a text as a learner and engage with critical literacy strategies. Practice examples will be tied directly to our resource, “Critical Literacy: Teaching Students How to Think Versus What to Think” . Afterwards, educators will see direct examples of how to support students in addressing race, power, privilege, stereotypes, and bias with a critical literacy lens. Lesson and work samples will model students’ responses and educators will leave with a deeper understanding of helping students have tools to understand power, perspective, and positionality in text and the world around them.
*Roots ConnectED is a non-profit organization which accompanies school communities to use an anti-bias framework to develop curriculum, culture, and learning environments centered in equity, inclusion, and justice.
january 23(tuesday) 6:00pm - january 23(tuesday) 7:30pm