How can I be a more culturally responsive-sustaining MLL/ELL educator? How can I view my current instructional practices with an anti-racist lens? In this initial session, participants will learn of the many ways in which whiteness is coded into and centered in the field and instruction of English Language Teaching, and the impact this has on racialized learners and teachers.
By attending this session, attendees will leave with a deeper understanding of the ‘hidden curriculum’ of language teaching, the alignments between race and language, and the importance of decentering whiteness in MLL/ELL instruction.
Presenter: JPB Gerald
Note: This event was rescheduled from 10/22 to 11/9.