This course is a must have for schools bridging the equity gap!
October 14 - November 22, 2019
Communities across the country are changing quickly and our teachers are expected to be able to meet the needs of all children. What do our teachers need to know to gain confidence in working with students and families from various cultural, religious, linguistic, and socio-economic communities?
"Culturally Relevant Teaching and Learning" supports teachers in building bridges for children from diverse backgrounds in their classrooms. This 30 hour course explores the history of equity in this country and provides teachers will tools to create a culturally relevant environment, implement strategies for culturally relevant instruction, choose appropriate resources for students from diverse backgrounds, engage will all families, and empower students with interdisciplinary instruction.
"Culturally Relevant Teaching and Learning" includes the high quality content that fulfills implicit bias training that is required by many school districts across the country. Teachers will complete this course with the confidence they need to work across a wide-range of communities.
Need credits? You can earn 2 graduate credits through Brandman University!*
Course Modules Include:
- History and Policy Related to Equity in Schools
- Defining Culturally Relevant Teaching and Pedagogy
- Setting Up a Classroom For All Learners
- Teaching in the Context of Cultural and Linguistic Diversity
- Culture in a Diverse Classroom
- Understanding Family and Community
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*for an additional fee of $150 paid directly to Brandman University.