Building partnerships with families and students
These resources support teachers in fostering positive partnerships with the families of our most marginalized students, including Black Indigenous Students of Color and students belonging to the LGBTQIA+ community. Each resource helps teachers ground the development of these partnerships in critical love, centering on humanity, and through the lens of the Culturally Responsive-Sustaining Education (CRSE) framework. Teachers will be engaged in critical reflection of their mindsets, identities, and pedagogical practices to identify areas that need to be shifted based on the communities they serve during instruction. Also, teachers will be engaged in building community with parents in ways that position that parent as a thought partner, co-learner, co-teacher that brings cultural wealth and assets to their students learning experience during instruction.
Consider this resource to support professional learning on racism and civic education.
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