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Saturday, September 12 • 11:30pm - 11:30pm
Confronting Bias with Children's Literature

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You have diverse books in your library. It's time to get them off of the shelf and use them intentionally to drive courageous conversations and broaden our students' world views. Not only do diverse books open up new worlds for our students, but they are crucial in understanding one another's stories. Presenters will define "bias" and participants will explore it's relevance in the elementary classroom. Examples of how children's literature is used to create opportunities to open up conversations will be shared.

Presenters
avatar for Alyssa Janutolo

Alyssa Janutolo

ENL collaborative Teacher, Thorpe Creek Elementary School
avatar for Diane Behrman

Diane Behrman

1st Grade Teacher, Thorpe Creek Elementary
I am a 1st grade teacher at Thorpe Creek Elementary in Hamilton Southeastern Schools. I taught kindergarten for 3 years and recently made the switch to 1st grade.  I am in awe of the learning that happens in these younger years and am constantly amazed by what this age group can... Read More →
avatar for Casey Irene Ochieng

Casey Irene Ochieng

Classroom Teacher, Hamilton Southeastern Schools
Welcome! My name is Casey Ochieng. I am entering my 9th year teaching in the elementary classroom. I have experience teaching Kindergarten, first and second grades. I am passionate about incorporating inquiry in the classroom, promoting equity in curriculum and co-teaching to ensure... Read More →
avatar for Jackie Renick

Jackie Renick

4th Grade Teacher, Thorpe Creek Elementary
avatar for Meghan Barry

Meghan Barry

3rd Grade Teacher, Thorpe Creek Elementary


Saturday September 12, 2020 11:30pm - 11:30pm EDT
On Demand Recorded Session