A Seat at the Table With Education Week: Culturally Responsive Teaching: How to Improve Your Impact in the Physical or Virtual Classroom

Culturally Responsive Teaching: How to Improve Your Impact in the Physical or Virtual Classroom

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Join Zaretta Hammond and Peter DeWitt for “A Seat at the Table” where we will explore with you how to provide culturally responsive teaching whether you are in the physical or virtual classroom. Discuss with us how to ensure all students have access to an education that has a positive impact.


Date

Wednesday, July 1, 2020
2 to 3 p.m. ET

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Peter DeWitt
Author, Finding Common Ground Opinion Blogger
@PeterMDeWitt

DeWitt was a K-5 teacher for 11 years and a principal for eight. He is an independent researcher who runs competency-based workshops nationally and internationally with a focus on school leadership, collaborative cultures, instructional leadership, and inclusive school climates. His work has been adopted at the state and university levels, and he works with school districts, school boards, regional networks, and ministries of education across North America, Australia, Scandinavia, and the United Kingdom. He is also Visible Learning Trainer who works with John Hattie.

In 2020, DeWitt created the Educational Leadership Collective—a team of women and men from the United States and Canada who focus on all aspects of school leadership, including instructional leadership, instructional coaching, equity, and marginalized populations, as well as how to build collective efficacy.

DeWitt is the author of seven books, including Instructional Leadership: Creating Practice Out of Theory (Corwin, 2020).


Guest Speaker

Zaretta Hammond
Author, Educator
@Ready4rigor

Hammond is a teacher educator and the author of Culturally Responsive Teaching and The Brain: Promoting Authentic Engagement and Rigor Among Culturally and Linguistically Diverse Students (Corwin, 2014). Find out more: https://crtandthebrain.com/about/


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