Distance Learning with Common Sense: Creating a Culturally Responsive Learning Environment
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Culturally Responsive Teaching is the key to creating a community in the classroom that is safe, inclusive, and engaging. Research shows that kids learn best when they tap into their prior knowledge and feel valued by the teachers. Please join us for our next Distance Learning Chat as we welcome Dr. Ingrid Colón and Selene Tituaña Jurado from UnidosUS and explore ideas on how educators can amplify student voice by honoring the whole child. Participants will leave with strategies for whole student learning practices that leverage students and their families’ identities and home languages for increased student achievement.