Through a review of relevant research and resources, this course will support educators in a process of self-examination around some of the assumptions we may make about the effort our culturally and linguistically diverse students exert, then examine what energizes them to learn. Read More

This course will introduce the C.A.R.E. themes through an equity and civil rights lens.  It will also demonstrate how these themes address equity and mitigate the achievement gap.  Read More

In this module, participants will learn how schools can build resilience in their students. In addition, they will learn strategies to build caring student relationships and communicate high expectations. Lastly, they will learn how to integrate restorative practices to foster supportive and inclusive school communities. Read More

In this course, you will learn ways to help a diverse array of students meet high standards by analyzing and questioning long-standing assumptions about student ability.  Read More

Educators employ many resources and strategies to foster student engagement in a well-managed classroom. Developing culturally responsive, relevant, and high-interest instruction that accommodates differentiation will increase student interest and create an environment that promotes shared learning experiences, collaboration, discourse, and alternate avenues for learning that will fit the needs of all students. Read More

In this course you will explore how communication among parents, colleagues, and students plays an integral role in shaping an engaging, equitable, and safe learning environment. Read More

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