Mathematica-mpr.com is now Mathematica.org. Please update your bookmarks. Learn more about this change.
Research and Practice in Culturally Responsive Pedagogy and How to Sustain Systemic Changes
This webinar explored research on culturally responsive pedagogy and what is known about its effectiveness. It also explored what implementation of culturally responsive pedagogy looks like in practice as well as exploring the roles of educators, schools, districts, and states in implementing it.
This was the second webinar in a four-part series that reviews culturally responsive practices as a strategy for improving education outcomes. The series covered (1) understanding educational equity, defining culturally responsive pedagogy, and describing how culturally responsive pedagogy can be embedded in broader efforts; (2) research on culturally responsive pedagogy and how to implement it; (3) district and school policies that support culturally responsive pedagogy; and (4) initiatives to implement culturally responsive pedagogy in pre-service training programs for teachers and administrators.
Amy Johnson, senior fellow, REL Mid-Atlantic at Mathematica
Steven Malick, research analyst, REL Mid-Atlantic at Mathematica
Eric Duncan, state policy advisor, WestEd
Check out other workshops in this series.