Fortifying the Work: Towards Anti-Oppressive Practices for Early Career Teachers

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- Add to Calendar 2022-02-10 15:00:00 2022-02-10 16:00:00 Fortifying the Work: Towards Anti-Oppressive Practices for Early Career Teachers In this dynamic and interactive Virtual Coffeehouse, Fortifying the Work: Towards Anti-Oppressive Practices for Early Career Teachers, Great Lakes Equity Center will build from the discussions during the Fall 2021 Virtual Coffeehouse—Fortifying Ourselves: Critical Consciousness for Early Career Teachers—and leverage insights on the importance of developing and/or cultivating one’s critical consciousness, but move more explicitly into discussions on pedagogy and practice. Educators within the MAP Center’s 13-state region will discuss implications, considerations, and practices for driving one’s pedagogy to be more culturally responsive and sustaining to better realize a robust, equity-oriented classroom. The Midwest and Plains Equity Assistance Center (MAP Center)—a project of The Great Lakes Equity Center, approaches resource and service delivery that is grounded in a multi-tiered framework of technical assistance. Our goal is to engage in well-defined, content-rich technical assistance such that knowledge and expertise are shared in a way that results in transformative systemic change, as well as personal reflection and growth. The Region III Midwest & Plains Equity Assistance Virtual Coffeehouse Series is a project within our Tier One: Equity Research and Resource tier. To that end, we aim to make this unique learning experience available to others across Region III by providing a recording and transcriptions of the Series on our website, as well as posting pictures on our social media platforms. Accessibility questions for all events, please contact the center at (317) 278-3493 or email at glec@iupui.edu. All accommodation requests must be made within two weeks of event date. Online Online noreply@air.org America/New_York public

The Midwest and Plains Equity Assistance Center (MAP Center)—a project of The Great Lakes Equity Center, approaches resource and service delivery that is grounded in a multi-tiered framework of technical assistance. Our goal is to engage in well-defined, content-rich technical assistance such that knowledge and expertise are shared in a way that results in transformative systemic change, as well as personal reflection and growth. The Region III Midwest & Plains Equity Assistance Virtual Coffeehouse Series is a project within our Tier One: Equity Research and Resource tier. To that end, we aim to make this unique learning experience available to others across Region III by providing a recording and transcriptions of the Series on our website, as well as posting pictures on our social media platforms.

Accessibility questions for all events, please contact the center at (317) 278-3493 or email at glec@iupui.edu. All accommodation requests must be made within two weeks of event date.


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