Part 2: Confronting Isms in the Classroom
October 5, 2:00 p.m. ET
The part 2 conversation on isms in the classroom will focus on promising disruptive practices from your place of influence. Please bring your own ideas and tools which have helped you to confront isms in your own classroom or administrative setting.
Ensuring your classroom is providing equity for all CTE Students
This virtual webinar will introduce participants to what it means to be Equity-Minded and what Equity Mindedness looks like in the classroom.
The Untapped Potential of Culturally Responsive Teaching in CTE
Participants will enhance their understanding of culturally responsive teaching (CRT), describe how CRT can be utilized in a CTE classroom, and receive tips, resources and recommendations to expand the use of CRT in CTE and, potentially, other subject areas.
*Recording coming soon.
A Movie About Ambition: Pioneers in Skirts
The webinar will focus the discussion on CTE programs and the barriers that women and female students face. As the date approaches, we will send you the log-in credentials so that you can enjoy the film on any Internet connected device.
Equity for Remote Learning
How to ensure all students are getting their needs met in a virtual or hybrid learning environment. In this workshop, attendees will learn a tool to assist with quickly providing clarity of roles, rules, expectations, expected timeframe, and identified topics for any type of engagement.
- Melissa Murphy, Imago
- Edgar Blunt, Imago
Confronting Isms in the Classroom
Racism, classism and sexism are but a few of the “isms” that prevent students from inclusion and access of high quality CTE. How can we avoid the conscious and unconscious “isms” in our programs so that a new shared understanding of equitable learning is made available to every student? The goal of the webinar is to have an interactive meeting of the minds, to share best practices in identifying and removing isms in classrooms. Please bring your own ideas and tools that have helped with confronting isms in the classroom.
Moderator: William Sprankles, Exec. Director of Innovative Teaching & Learning – Butler Tech, & Associate
- Angel Malone, Director, Office of Career & Technology Education South Carolina Department of Education
- Dr. Baron Davis, Superintendent of Richland School District 2
- Elgin Card, Senior Director for Inclusion and Diversity, Lakota Outreach, Diversity and Inclusion (LODI) Department
- Tiffany Jones, Educator, Butler Tech
- Silvia Ramous, Senior Director of Programs, NAPE
Inclusion, Access, Equity & Diversity in Career & Technical Education
Join ACTE’s 2020 National Teacher of Year, Kimberly Wilson, who is a Family and Consumer Sciences Teacher at T.C. Williams High School in Alexandria, VA, as she leads a discussion on the importance of IAED in the career and technical education context.
Inclusion, Access, Equity & Diversity: CTE Learners Discuss
Educators often discuss how to ensure our programs are more inclusive, accessible, equitable and diverse but how often do we discuss this topic with learners, the individuals most affected? Dr. Roger Cleveland, a national expert who has been at the forefront of equity and inclusion for over a decade, will lead a panel discussion with CTSO leaders to better understand student viewpoints and what they advise related to moving forward.
Are Your Agricultural Students Ready for Employment in the Diverse, Global Workforce and Economy?
CTE educators should not only shape students by preparing them for the knowledge and technical skills needed in their future careers but also prepare them for the increasingly multicultural work environments they will enter. Join Minorities in Agriculture, Natural Resources and Related Sciences (MANRRS), The Cultivating Change Foundation and the National Association of Agricultural Educators as they discuss best practices teachers should consider as they seek to foster culturally responsive and inclusive classrooms. This webinar initiated based on an article that appeared in NAAE’s The Agricultural Education Magazine.