Since time immemorial, engineering has been a feat perfected by by the plant and animal relatives throughout our traditional homelands. They served as our teachers in developing tools, structures, and protocols allowing us to thrive then, now, and, with our responsibilities fulfilled, into the future. This webinar will provide insight into the genius of our ancestors with classroom activities discussed and appropriate approaches to incorporating them.
Culturally Responsive Teaching
The occurrence of hate crimes and hate-related incidents are on the rise, and those with marginalized identities are most often the targets. Hate incidents can include experiences of micro-aggressions, bullying, threats of violence, aggression, discrimination, and acts of violence.
This training is designed for those who work in non-profit organizations, community agencies, or neighborhood organizations—as well as concerned citizens in the community.
In this training, we will address how to assess and respond to someone who has recently been the target of hate.
The TWP Hip Hop Education summit brings together communities of artists, educators, students, elected officials and agencies in a symposium to address the wealth and achievement gap through the medium of Hip Hop.
Buy Back The Block PDX is an education initiative that uses Hip Hop as the movement to introduce wealth creation opportunities and economic development to black communities.
Free Event! With author, Zaretta Hammond, Culturally Responsive Teaching and the Brain.
Limited space, registrations will be closed when we’ve reached capacity. Check in with your building administrator before registering, and when ready please register using the link provided in this announcement.
Waitlisted: The event registration has reached capacity. If you would like to be put on the wait list, please use the registration link above.
Many of us want to feel more confident talking about race and racism, but instead avoid the topic. The fear of saying something incorrect or being uncomfortable can override our good intentions when it comes to these issues. It is common to feel stuck or tense when discussing issues around race, but not fully understand why.
Differing somewhat from traditional diversity workshops, this training emphasizes a developmental and integrative approach (e.g., intercultural and social justice) to learning about these important topics in order to increase comfort and understanding.
A call to culturally responsive teaching. www.teachingwithpurposeconference.com
At Parkrose Middle School
11800 NE Shaver St.
Portland Oregon 97220