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Real Talk: Contextualizing Injustice with Students
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 Export to Your Calendar 1/29/2019
When: 01/29/2019
9:30 am to 12:00 pm
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Bryn Mawr School
109 W Melrose Avenue
Baltimore, Maryland  21210
United States


Online registration is available until: 1/25/2019
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Category:  Direct Instruction and Hands-on

 

Talking with students about injustice can, at times, prove to be difficult; but these conversations must happen if students are to better understand themselves and the world around them.  This workshop focuses on the facilitation of classroom discussions about injustices highlighted in curriculum, including: historical events, literature, and current events.

 

Learning Objectives: 

Participants will be able to…….

  • identify moments of injustice in their curriculum
  • develop lesson plans that intentionally address injustice in their curriculum
  • design activities that  help to facilitate classroom discussion about injustice


AIMS Members: $35 (through January 15th) or $55 (After January 15th)
NON AIMS Members: $55 (through January 15th) or $75 (After January 15th)


Please note that NO REFUNDS will be issued for cancellations for this class after January 19th. 

 

Presenter Info: 

   

Originally from Kansas City, MO, Stephanie E. Tellis is a veteran educator with almost a decade of experience in public, charter, and private middle and high schools. She is passionate about improving the educational experiences of students, especially Black girls, through diverse, equitable, and inclusive practices.

In addition to individual and small group consulting, Stephanie has facilitated professional development workshops around diversity, equity, and inclusion. She has presented at the White Privilege Conference, People of Color Conference, Progressive Education Summit,  New York Collective of Radical Educators Conference, and the Culturally Responsive Teaching Conference. Stephanie has also worked with the Park School of Baltimore, Middle Grades Partnership, The Hudson Peer Mentoring Model I AM College READY a.k.a. B.R.O.T.H.E.R.S. program, and Sisters Academy of Baltimore.  This fall, Stephanie will present at the Annual Middle Level Educators Conference in Orlando, Florida about the importance of personal identity in building an inclusive classroom. Stephanie received her Bachelor of the Arts in History from Clark Atlanta University and a Master of the Arts in Teaching from Bard College.

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