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Equity & Diversity Webinar

Critical Ways Leaders Can Build a Culture of Belonging and Achievement

Fri., September 30, 2022, 2:00 p.m. - 3:00 p.m. ET
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Education leaders continue to navigate many challenges this year. With competing priorities and limited bandwidth, it can be difficult to focus on developing inclusive, responsive and mindful learning environments. However, research shows that these efforts can have a positive impact on student outcomes. Join education expert, Ken Shelton; and Dr. Tim Hudson, chief learning officer at DreamBox, as they discuss how leaders can leverage technology and other innovative tools to accelerate learning while providing opportunities for inclusivity, diversity and equity.

During this session, you’ll learn:

  • How to help your team evaluate their habits of mind and cultural norms
  • Practices to support diversity and belonging with technology
  • Why equity in education must include diversity within socioeconomics, race, cultural and gender identity
  • Strategies to ensure innovations provide authentic, diverse learning
  • Guidance to support leaders’ social wellbeing
Ken Shelton
Education Expert
Dr. Tim Hudson, Ph.D.
Chief Learning Officer, DreamBox Learning
Kelli Harmon
Account Manager, DreamBox
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