This series may be provided in-person or virtually, in a multi-day academy experience or as a series of two-hour workshops with differentiated asynchronous activities. The workshop series is informed by research on culturally responsive education and equitable curriculum and instructional practices. Your district may opt to kick off this professional learning series with a facilitated student panel.
Our keynote speakers enlighten and inspire educators to reflect on individual and systemic practices, confront inequitable outcomes, and remove barriers to equity. We’ll connect a compelling message to your context and community.
We’ll bring a full-service professional learning conference to your district or organization. With a dynamic keynote speaker and engaging breakout sessions, participants access differentiated learning opportunities. Topics are tailored to meet the needs of the community. Content may include sessions such as: Reflective practices to operate with an equity mindset, Diverse perspectives in curriculum to build intellective capacity, Equitable assessment practices to foster student self-efficacy.
Our workshops help learning communities apply the Designing for Equity Framework, which is grounded in neuroscience and culturally sustaining pedagogy. In these workshops, participants define areas of inequity, dismantle barriers to equitable outcomes, and design learning environments and experiences where all learners are welcomed, honored, and empowered.
Achieving educational equity not only requires urgency but also endurance. The yearlong community of practice option includes access to an online group, exclusive to your school or district; tailored PD sessions aligned with the Designing for Equity Framework; and community collaboration and sharing of best practices.
The free Seeing UDL Through an Equity Lens Toolkit is designed for educators who want to deepen their understanding of how the Universal Design for Learning approach can support designing more equitable learning environments and experiences for all learners. Explore each of the 9 UDL Guidelines through an equity lens.
Founder Nicole Tucker-Smith has extensive experience supporting schools and districts in designing and implementing multi-year initiatives focused on UDL and equity. Contact us to see how we might be able to support your community.