Culturally-Responsive Teaching Series

In this series, you will be equipped to make Adaptive changes to the Curriculum and Pedagogy.

You’ll also learn how educational systems work to oppress marginalized students and how you can be a transformational, anti-racist, and abolitionist educator.  


To make the adaptive change that is required to become a culturally-responsive educator, you’ll need to understand your role in changing the tide that will lead to greater academic success for their students and reduced academic disparities.


Unlike other culturally-responsive trainings that focus only on strategies, we also provide adequate context and theory behind those strategies.

Once this program is complete teachers will be able to:

  • Understand the historic and contemporary influences of education on BIPOC people

  • Identify and address implicit bias in the classroom

  • Create equitable grading/assessments policies for their students

  • Interrupt the school-to-prison pipeline in the classroom 

  • Use innovative, equity-centered design thinking as a tool for transformation


What’s in the Series?

5 Courses / 10 hours of Training (a $625 value)

  1. Culturally-Responsive Teaching (CRT) Foundations 101

    • In this session teachers will:

      • ​Understand the Historical Context for BIPOC students

      • Unpack the ‘Gap’

      • Explore Culture and its Impact on Teaching

  2. CRT in the Classroom

    • In this session teachers will:

      • Develop a critical outlook on how educational systems and policy inform our classroom spaces,

      • Understand the socio-political implications of distance learning 

      • Explore Inclusive teaching strategies 

  3. CRT in Grading

    • In this session teachers will:

      • Understand mental models 

      • Unpack teacher expectations 

      • Explore strategies and methods for reducing grading inequities 

  4. CRT in Discipline

    • In this session teachers will:

      • Examine data related to school discipline

      • Understand the function of the school to prison pipeline

      • Explore alternative discipline methods 

  5. CRT Action Plan and Research 

    • In this session teachers will:

      • Cluster to reflect about the challenges, opportunities, and lessons learned as they applied the CRT Plan

      • Revise CRT Plans based on insight and feedback and then determine another implementation cycle


Additional Features

  • A digital workbook designed just for the program 

  • A CEU/certificate upon completed

  • Online and self-paced for your convenience 

  • 10 hours Online Asynchronous Engagement 

  • 2 Live Webinars with the Sankore Consulting Team

  • Interactive digital community membership with other educators

  • 30 Minute 1:1 Coaching Session 

  • Contest

  • Special Offers 

  • A discount of 15% for teams of 3 or more 

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