Teaching for social justice workshop Oct. 4


Teaching for social justice workshop Oct. 4

19 Sep 2014    

A full day of learning on racial literacy and teaching for social justice is being hosted by the secondary English education program in Teaching, Learning and Teacher Education (TLTE) from 8:30 a.m.-4 p.m. on Saturday, Oct. 4. Teaching for Social Justice: Enhancing Communication, Improving  School Climate will be held at 105 Teachers College Hall.

The workshop is being supported by TLTE's University-wide Departmental Teaching Award, the Canary Fund and the Malaika Foundation. It is designed for the following audiences:

• Interested UNL Faculty/Grad Students
• Secondary Ed Pre-Service Teaching Cohorts
• Secondary MA+ Programs
• In-Service English Teachers/Administrators
• English Ed Program Graduates
• Interested Foundations Students

Distinguished visiting scholars, Dr. Howard Stevenson of the University of Pennsylvania, Dr. Valerie Adams-Bass of Arcadia University and Dr. Keisha Bentley-Edwards of the University of Texas-Austin will provide a plenary address and facilitate subsequent break out sessions. For an agenda and to register for the workshop, visit http://go.unl.edu/8av8.

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