Creating a Cultural Responsiveness Classroom Environment

What does it means to be culturally responsive? What does culturally responsive teaching look and sound like? How does culturally responsive pedagogy improve teaching and learning? Terri Moore, with more than 30 years teaching experience at Parkway School District and at the university level, delivers the curriculum for the Missouri Baptist University course “Teaching in a Diverse Society” and will delve into these questions. She’ll show participants how to look at their selections of literature, music, writing assignments, historical leaders and research projects.

Join Terri and other area educators as they are Creating a Cultural Responsiveness Classroom Environment. The registration deadline is January 9 for the January 16 workshop at St. Louis Public Schools Training Loft. Terri will demonstrate the facilitation skills and ground rules that keep conversations honest and constructive. Learn more here and for additional information regarding the content of this event contact Diane Stirling at dstirling@edplus.org.

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