Culturally Responsive Pedagogy: Laying the Groundwork

Dr. Dennisha Murff
Presenter(s): Dr. Dennisha Murff

In this workshop, Dr. Murff takes participants on a journey to learn about culturally responsive pedagogy (CRP). She highlights how the lack of CRP has created learning obstacles for African American male students. There will be an emphasis on the importance of CRP in the classroom and overall school setting. Dr. Murff focuses on providing participants with essential elements and promising practices necessary for increasing student learning outcomes through the use of CRP. The information gained during this workshop can be beneficial for closing the achievement gap and increasing student learning outcomes.

Learning Intention(s):
  1. Gain a deeper understanding of culturally responsive pedagogical practices
  2. Understand the need for CRP in the classroom and school setting
  3. Identify CRP promisinig practices necessary for increasing student learning outcomes

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