Jul 25, 2020
July 28th 10:00 am-11:00am
Book: Culturally Responsive Teaching and the Brain by Zaretta Hammond
AMS Black Lives Matter Rally August 27th 8:00 PM – https://amshq.org/Black-Lives-Matter-Rally
Free Webinar by Zaretta Hammond Aug 7, or Aug 13 – https://crebydesign.com/webinar-4-steps/?inf_contact_key=1df6c11af8643c1fbacbc934a7b1c2f1680f8914173f9191b1c0223e68310bb1
From your experience, what role does listening play in building trust and rapport with students? And How does understanding the “neuroscience of trust” (pp. 44-46) help you in building that first stage of a learning partnership?
How might being a warm demander (of cognitive development) help you be a better ally to dependent learners?
How do you balance giving actionable, corrective feedback and affirming the student’s capacity without “soft peddling” the feedback?
Often there is a “blame the victim” approach to student mindset that suggest students don’t have a growth mindset or they are simply missing “grit”. How do the dominant narratives about Black and Brown children generally (and black and brown dependent learners in particular) manifest itself at your site?
How can you leverage your knowledge of neuroscience to help students shift their mindset?
Please check out the following link for the additional resources list for this group.
Please check out this newsletter by Zaretta Hammond and her community with more information, resources, and intersectionality between current events, Anti-Racism, and CRT.
Please see these additional compiled links on CRT.
Multicultural education is NOT synonymous with culturally responsive teaching. This is a major misconception. Multicultural education has a different focus and intended outcome than CRT. See the Dimensions of Equity chart