Helping ALL Students Succeed: 9 Things Culturally Relevant Educators Do
Are we providing all of our students with what they need to be successful? These nine culturally relevant teaching practices will help you address the opportunity and expectation gaps that negatively affect so many of our young people. Culturally relevant teaching is not about changing WHAT you are doing as an educator, but changing HOW you are doing it—the delivery, the scaffolding, and the relationship building. You can implement the strategies shared in this webinar immediately to increase the level of success for all of your students.
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Friday, February 10 at 11 a.m. PST
Who Should Attend?
Whether you deliver, coach, or lead instruction, these top practices will help you positively impact more students' lives. The webinar is appropriate for teachers, principals, instructional coaches, and other educational leaders.
Patrick Briggs is the AVID State Director for Texas. Prior to joining AVID, Patrick spent 15 years as a teacher and administrator at Cypress-Fairbanks ISD. Patrick's passion lies in helping all learners achieve at high levels and graduate from high school college and career ready. He is the co-author of AVID Culturally Relevant Teaching: A Schoolwide Approach. You can watch Patrick speak about closing the opportunity and expectation gaps in his recent speech delivered at AVID National Conference.
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