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The Power of Reflection: Recognizing Culture, Privilege, and Bias

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How do you build safe and supportive learning environments?

Join WestEd and state and local leaders on January 13 to discover promising practices offered during the The Power of Reflection: Recognizing Culture, Privilege, and Bias.

Offered as part of the Leading Equity Virtual Summit 2021, this session will explore the first step to building trusting and mutually respectful classroom relationships: personal reflection. Unpack how culturally responsive teachers consistently reflect on and recognize how cultural identity, privilege, and biases show up in the classroom.

Presenters include:

● Cindy Caldwell, Education Program Associate, WestEd, Talent Development and Diversity Team
● Bejanae Kareem, Education Program Associate, WestEd, Talent Development and Diversity Team

Date: January 13, 2021

Cost: Free

Note: This is part of a series of recorded presentations offered during the summit. Registration for the summit is required to access all recordings, including The Power of Reflection: Recognizing Culture, Privilege, and Bias. Once you register, you will receive a daily email from Leading Equity Center with a link to access the videos for each day (from January 11 through 13). The daily videos will be available for 24 hours (7 AM ET to 7AM ET on the following day).

Learn more about the Leading Equity Center’s three-day summit and access the Center’s FAQ. If you have any questions about WestEd presentations specifically, contact Joseph Mosley, Program Assistant at WestEd at jmosley@wested.org.

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Event Type

Webinars

Date

January 13th, 2021

Location

Online

Organizers

The Leading Equity Center

Audience

Administrators, Early Childhood Professionals, School and District Leaders