Strategies for Celebrating Student Identities

Focus Area: Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion


Phase: Targeted Support

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Elementary and middle school teachers don’t always receive the PD they need to design lessons that integrate anti-racist ideas and practices. How do we provide accurate, developmentally appropriate information and activities for all students, particularly younger ones?


I develop instructional techniques that encourage all students to thrive, with a focus on students who have been marginalized.

Learning Experience

In this Virtual Workshop, participants will:

  • Define the traditional gaps to how racism is/ is not explored in grades K-5 and 6-8
  • Explore a framework that integrates historical and current events, while honoring students’ lived experiences
  • Build and get peer feedback on a plan to implement this model into your daily instruction.