This webinar explores the use of mastery learning instructional strategies to personalize and differentiate instruction for diverse students.
"A fuller investigation of identity safety principles and applying them across the school as useful guides and resources can anchor our understanding for connecting the individual parts into a broader and more manageable view." - Belonging and Inclusion in Identity Safe Schools.
Explore the four domains of identity-safe schools--Student-Centered Teaching, Cultivating Diversity, Classroom Relationships, Caring Classrooms--and their 12 underlying componants in this excerpt from Belonging and Inclusion in Identity Safe Schools.
"The work of identity safety emerged as a way to counteract the debilitating effects of stereotype threat. By grasping the pervasive damage of stereotype threat we come to understand the import for identity safety as an antidote" - Belonging and Inclusion in Identity Safe Schools.
This lesson engages students in using their bodies (i.e., their fingers) as a physical representation to support skip-counting groups of 10. At the same time, students will also unpack this common practice to begin a conversation about body diversity.
Consider these small group options and related purposes as you work with diverse learners in your classroom. Think about students’ developmental reading stage as you plan.
The foreword by Bettina L. Love introduces the mindset needed for teaching beautiful, brilliant Black Girls.