If you’re looking for effective ways your teachers can foster genuinely equitable and inclusive learning environments, then this session is for you. Andratesha Fritzgerald will start by exploring how behavioral expectations can create equitable and inclusive learning environments. We’ll examine the power of choice, empowerment, and the restorative practices as intentionally antiracist actions will equip teachers and providers with insight that invites all students to powerful positions by honoring their identity, culture, and learning needs. You’ll learn:
- The definitions of honor and power in a K–12 context
- How to evaluate power-filled choices and examine the implications of power in equitable access to learning
- How to create a community of educators and providers who are conscious of how to use power to honor all learners
- How to co-create behavioral expectations and reduce and eliminate culturally assaultive practices.