Professional Learning for Equity : Resources for Setting and Fulfilling an Educational Equity Agenda. JoEtta Gonzales, Director Kathleen King, Co-Director of Technical Assistance and Professional Learning. Today’s Objectives.
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Professional Learning for Equity:
Resources for Setting and Fulfilling an Educational Equity Agenda
JoEtta Gonzales, Director
Kathleen King, Co-Director of Technical Assistance and Professional Learning
Education expands our understanding of ourselves, the worlds in which we live, and the possibilities of what we can become.
Equity exists to the degree that all students feel they belong, are included, and empowered.
Universal equity is achieved by creating systems (at all levels) that embody the principle of everyday justice.
All learners have a right to high-quality educational opportunities where their cultures, languages, and experiences are valued and used as resources for learning.
Increase learning outcomes for students who have been marginalized.
Expand local ownership of equity matters.
Dispel the myth that individual student and group deficits account for disparities in access, participation, and outcomes.
Demonstrate the impact of culturally responsive practice.
Tools for Learning
Situated Learning Exemplified by PLCs
Language Differences Media Lab
Sites of Teacher Learning
Content Knowledge Research Leading to
Content Specific Pedagogy: Professional Learning Modules
The Equity Alliance at ASU Online
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