CSET Professional Learning

Feb
02

Equity in Education: Bridging Research to Practice

Content Deepening Courses

PROGRAM IS NOW AVAILABLE

Along with the Cross Area Committee in Race, Inequality, and Language in Education (RILE); the Stanford Teacher Education Program (STEP); and the TELOS Initiative; CSET invites K-12 practitioners to engage with us in considering how to better serve students who are traditionally underserved in our classrooms.

This full day of learning includes a call to action by students; three sessions of 90-minute, practitioner-based workshops; and a panel of Stanford researchers discussing the question of how to bridge research to practice in service to equity in our schools.

Lunch is included. One continuing education credit is available with your full day's attendance along with a brief and flexible opportunity beyond the conference designed for you to share resources and applications of learning with other conference participants.


Learning Goals
Participants will

  • learn research-based equitable teaching practices that serve the needs of all students with an emphasis on understanding student identity and improving student outcomes.
  • explore models of best practices to use education technology in support of teaching and learning.
  • examine technologies and learning environments with the potential to increase access to high quality learning opportunities.
  • gain an understanding of the state of education and the current trends in educational research.

 

Speakers include:

Joel Baum | Senior Director, Professional Development, Gender Spectrum
Maha Elginadi | Executive Director, Islamic Networks Group (ING)
Antero Garcia | Assistant Professor, Stanford Graduate School of Education
Harper Keenan | Postdoctoral Fellow, Leadership in Teacher Education, Stanford University
Lil Miss Hot Mess | Drag Queen Story Hour Queen, Doctoral Student in Media Studies, New York University
Lauren Markham | Community School Program Manager, Oakland International High School
Sarah McGrew | Co-Director of Stanford History Education Group's Civic Online Reasoning project
Shawn Nealy-Oparah | Professor, Trauma-Informed Leadership and Schools, Mills College
Jonathan Rosa | Assistant Professor, Stanford Graduate School of Education

See our program for a full listing of speakers, workshop titles, and the day's schedule.

Date and time

February 2, 2019

Cost

$49