Are you challenged with creating an equitable and culturally responsive classroom environment for your students?
Creating an equitable and culturally responsive classroom is hard, but necessary work--and all students will benefit.
In this course, you will explore the concept of culturally responsive classrooms. You will learn how to identify, honor, and incorporate their students’ unique cultural backgrounds, values, beliefs, and communication needs throughout your pedagogy, content, and classroom environment. You will also analyze how equity concepts such as implicit bias and stereotype threat affect your classroom - and consider how to address this impact. Finally, you will curate a library of resources to update existing curricular resources to become more culturally responsive.
This course is designed to help all educators create more equitable and thoughtful classrooms in order to serve the needs of students from all cultural backgrounds.
During this course, you will learn how to …
How might we honor our students’ unique characteristics and cultural backgrounds in order to create equitable learning environments?
Optional: 1 Graduate Credit from Adam State University (additional $)
If you would like to earn one graduate credit (additional $) from Adams State University in Alamosa, Colorado you can add it to your cart or purchase it at the end of your course.