SOE Centennial Conversation—Seeing Children for their Truths: Racially Just Systemic Teaching

Event
Wednesday
Mar 24, 2021
7:00–8:15 p.m.
Event Contact
Erica Jenkins
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Event Location

Remote

Centennial Conversations: Engaging the SOE community in critical conversations that will help inform our next 100 years.

About the SOE Centennial Conversations Series

You are invited to join the School of Education for a series of Centennial Conversations designed to engage the SOE community in critical topics that will help inform our next 100 years. These conversations will take place via Zoom and will feature faculty and alumni experts who will address critical questions that are important to explore as we strive to make education more equitable and just.

About this event

The next event in this series will feature Debi Khasnabis and Simona Goldin who will discuss the topic: Seeing Children for their Truths: Racially Just Systemic Teaching.

In this session, Goldin and Khasnabis invite participants into imagining classrooms in which teachers trouble their propensities to view children unjustly. The scholars advocate for the need to bring a systemic lens to all aspects of their teaching, including relationship building with children.

Featured Panelists

Lead Research and Design Specialist, Organizing to Learn Practice Project; Lecturer II in Educational Studies
Chair, Elementary Teacher Education; Clinical Associate Professor