This 3-part series designed to expand participants’ understanding of empathy as a tool of culturally responsive/sustaining pedagogy.
By attending this session, attendees will leave being able to describe the utility of empathy to improve the quality of student-teacher interactions with Black boys in particular, and youth of color more broadly. Attendees will also leave with perspectives useful to critically examine how their professional decisions and (inter)actions with youth produce (or impede) evidence of culturally responsive/sustaining pedagogy.
Attendees must attend all three sessions. Attendees will use only ONE Trainings & Workshops (TW) seat to attend this 3-part series.
Presenter: Chezare A. Warren, PhD