Culturally Responsive Pedagogy: Diving into the Work

Dr. Dennisha Murff
Presenter(s): Dr. Dennisha Murff
Date(s): May 17 - 4:30 p.m. EDT

In this workshop, Dr. Murff dives deeper into culturally responsive practices (CRP). She highlights real-life CRP instructional and physical environment practices necessary for creating a culturally responsive learning environment. There will be an emphasis on developing foundational understanding for planning culturally responsive lessons. Dr. Murff focuses on removing the learning obstacles that continue to plague a group of students who have been historically marginalized in our society. The implementation of CRP practices provides educators with an avenue to remedy an issue that has plagued our nations for years. The information gained during this workshop can be beneficial for closing the achievement gap and increasing student learning outcomes through the use of CRP.

Learning Intention(s):
  1. Gain deeper understanding of culturally responsive pedagogical practices
  2. Identify real-life CRP instructional and physical environment practices necessary for creating a culturally responsive learning environment
  3. Develop foundational understanding of culturally responsive lesson planning strategies

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