Webinar: Instructional priority area 3 - use shared and inclusive curriculum

This collection contains all materials needed for the fifth webinar in the Instructional Leadership Framework (ILF) series.  Webinar and all supporting materials are available below. 

This webinar introduces the third Instructional Priority Area: Use Shared and Inclusive Curriculum. This webinar is intended for school leaders and their Instructional Leadership Teams. The goals of this webinar are:

  • Build awareness of and reflect on the benefits of using a Shared and Inclusive Curriculum, Instructional Priority Area 3.
  • Explore the relationship between instructional delivery (pedagogy) and instructional design (curriculum).
  • Consider how the Instructional Leadership Team can support a school wide effort to analyze their curriculum.

Included Resources

This 25-minute webinar introduces the third Instructional Priority Area: Use Shared and Inclusive Curriculum.  This webinar is intended for school leaders and their Instructional Leadership Teams (ILTs).

The New York State Culturally Responsive-Sustaining Education (CRSE) framework helps educators create student-centered learning environments that: affirm racial, linguistic and cultural identities; prepare students for rigor and independent learning, develop student' abilities to connect across lines of difference; elevate historically marginalized voices; and empower students as agents of social change. The New York State guidelines for culturally responsive-sustaining education are grounded in a vision of an education system that creates:

  • Students who experience academic success
  • Students who are sociopolitically conscious and socioculturally responsive
  • Students who have a critical lens through which they challenge inequitable systems of access, power, and privilege.