The Human Rights Foundations’ Welcoming Schools is a nationally recognized professional development program providing training and resources to school educators to help create LGBTQ and gender inclusive schools and support transgender and non-binary students.
Intersectionality and Law and Policies to Support New Jersey Requirements
Supporting Transgender and Binary Students
Both workshops have been cancelled. We hope to offer in August. Stay Tuned.
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The Saturday Series – Educating All Students In The Classroom
General Workshop Information
- Saturdays 9:00am – 3:00pm at TCNJ Ewing, NJ Campus
- 6 hours Professional Development
- Fee: $200.00 per person/per workshop
- Includes workshop materials, certification of completion, parking, wi -fi access
Remixing Your K-8 Science Curriculum For K-8 educators – June 6, 2020
Presenters: Dr. Salika Lawrence & Dr. Marisa Castronova
This hands-on workshop will guide participants as learners through simulated experiences that help reframe K-8 science classrooms as engaging environments that reinforce Culturally Responsive practices. Participants will learn that teaching science well to all students, while connecting lessons to Next Generation Science Standards (NGSS), requires frontloading and purposeful planning. In this workshop, teachers will have the opportunity to experience a NGSS classroom model that provides access and entry to all learners. After identifying and reflecting on the important components of the model, teachers will have the opportunity to reframe classroom activities to be Culturally Responsive and in the spirit of NGSS.
Using Culturally Responsive Pedagogy to Create Engaging Classrooms: Strategies for Supporting All Learners
For K-12 educators – June 13, 2020 Presenter: Dr. Salika Lawrence & Dr. Tabora Johnson
Classrooms today are more diverse that every before. Consequently, educators seek strategies for creating inclusive learning environments that support the multidimensional needs of all learners. This workshop allows participants to explore how Culturally Responsive Pedagogy can be used as a framework for creating classrooms that engage all students and promote culturally sustaining practices. Presenters will identify techniques for differentiating and adapting traditional instructional practices to allow diverse learners access to the curriculum.
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