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DEI Series: Multicultural Curriculum Development, Planning and Implementation (Session 4)
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Multicultural Curriculum Development, Planning and Implementation, our biases are the result of socially constructed information that we have all experienced throughout our life that teach us damaging and dangerous stereotypes and beliefs about groups not like ourselves. This session goes multiple steps further in building on the working definition of Cultural Competency and Identification of Misinterpretations of Communication and Movements(Boykin, '94; Neal, McCray, Webb-Johnson, & Bridges '03

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When: Monday, January 13
5:30 PM - 8:30 PM
Where: TBD
United States
Contact: Trina Maull
303.989.5356 x 116


Online registration is available until: 1/8/2020
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 DEI Series: Multicultural Curriculum Development, Planning and Implementation (Session 4)
Hosted by the Colorado League of Charter Schools

 

Dates: Monday, January 13

Time: 5:30 PM - 8:00 PM
Location: TBD
Cost:  $185 members | $235 non-members 
Description: Multicultural Curriculum Development, Planning and Implementation, our biases are the result of socially constructed information that we have all experienced throughout our life that teach us damaging and dangerous stereotypes and beliefs about groups not like ourselves. - This session goes multiple steps further in building on the working definition of Cultural Competency and Identification of Misinterpretations of Communication and Movements (Boykin, 1994; Neal, McCray, Webb-Johnson, & Bridgest, 2003. Join our consultant Dr. Aaron J. Griffen in this This seven-part series will be Grounded in Critical Race Theory (Bell, 1992): Race is normal in the United States, Interest Convergence for economic gain, and Counter Narratives that counteract and contradict social constructs, each session will build upon the one prior, ensuring that participants will not only gain a working knowledge of key theories and concepts, but will also have clear applications for daily interaction with culturally different adults and students.

Facilitated by: Dr. Aaron Griffen
Registration Deadline: Wednesday, January 8. Event is contingent on a minimum of 5 registrants.

Cancellation Policy: Cancellations made on or before the registration deadline will be refunded in full. Unfortunately, cancellations made after the registration deadline will not be refunded.