Planning for Structured Dialogue to Build Restorative Classroom Practices
As we approach the holiday season and begin planning for the start of a new semester, engaging faculty and staff in dialogue around cultural responsiveness is essential. Better Lesson has provided a step-by-step resource for engaging faculty in structured dialogue about race, bias, and systemic inequities through faculty talking circles. Using a mix of content, instructional leaders can curate experiences that promote reflection and model conversations about race and oppression that will build restorative classroom practices for students and teachers.
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November 19, 2020 | ElevateTxEd
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