Join Teaching for Black Lives co-editors Dyan Watson, Jesse Hagopian, and Wayne Au for an urgent discussion on teaching and organizing for racial and economic justice in our schools during the rebellion.
Speakers: Bill Bigelow, Rethinking Schools USA Daniel Kebede, Senior Vice President NEU Kate Glenny & Clair Layton, Primary teachers Faul Turner, Secondary teacher Plus input from the school student strikes, the virtual COP in November, NEU Climate Change Network and more. Hosted by The National Education Union, the largest education union in Europe.
Teaching is a lifelong challenge, but the first few years in the classroom are typically the hardest. With the pandemic’s online teaching platforms, we are all new teachers. Join The New Teacher Book contributors Dyan Watson, Kara Hinderlie Stroman, and Ikechukwu Onyema for stories and inspiration about how to infuse social justice ideas into classrooms, schools […]
Bill Bigelow, renowned curriculum editor of Rethinking Schools magazine and co-director of the Zinn Education Project, will join writer Mark Nowak, founding director of the Worker Writers School and Professor of English at Manhattanville College, in a public conversation about critical pedagogy in the classroom. Using Nowak’s book Coal Mountain Elementary, which Howard Zinn called […]
When students are scared, uncomfortable, unseen, or not served by systems, they act out. Restorative justice practices quell the fear, bridge the comfort, make visible those who hid behind masks before the fear manifested in disruption. Too much of what educators do in schools is reactive to "behavior" issues, expecting we can put band-aids on […]
Black Mothers Speak About Raising and Teaching Black Lives in White Spaces Free Live Virtual Event Oct. 8, 2020, 4:30-6 p.m. PST Join Oregon Episcopal School’s Director for Inclusion Dyan Watson, and educators Kara Hinderlie Stroman, and Natalie Labosierre as they share their experiences in raising, educating, and supporting Black children in mostly White spaces. Through […]
The virtual 13th Annual Northwest Teaching for Social Justice Conference will be held on Saturday, October 17, 2020 from 9am-2pm PT/ 11am-4pm CT/ 12pm-6pm ET. This year's keynote speakers are Chenjerai Kumanyika and Demetrius Noble. Sponsors for the conference include Puget Sound Rethinking Schools, Social Equity Educators (Seattle), the Oregon Writing Project at Lewis & […]
As the country re-examines its relationship with “monuments,” with history, with art and public space, we, as educators, must examine our roles as curators of art analysis in our classrooms. Contemporary art interacts with society in ways that are both reactive and predictive. In this workshop we will use the art of Hank Willis Thomas […]