Educar y aprender de candidatos plurilingües requiere que tanto estxs como el profesorado estén comprometidos to stretch their pedagogic, linguistic, and socio-cultural repertoires. En este webinar, tres programas de preparación de candidatxs plurilingües -SDSU, SJSU y CSUDH- presentarán como analizan, construyen, y evalúan practicas de aprendizaje que son pedagógicamente inclusivas, equitativas desde el punto de vista lingüístico y justas en términos de conciencia crítica.
To educate and learn from plurilingual candidates, students and faculty must be committed to stretching their pedagogic, linguistic, and socio-cultural repertoires. In this webinar, three plurilingual teacher preparation programs --SDSU, SJSU and CSUDH- will present how they analyze, construct, and assess learning practices pedagogically inclusive., equitable in terms of language, and fair through the lenses of critical consciousness.
Drawing on state-of-the-art research, teacher, and teacher educator experiences and perspectives, panelists discuss Ethnic Studies teacher education program development, curriculum, and pedagogies. Perspectives on policy advocacy for Ethnic Studies teacher certification are also addressed.
Join this national panel of specialists in ethnic identity development as they share how schools and colleges of education can design programs
to respond authentically to the need for ethnic identity development in teacher education. Teacher educators and classroom teachers will learn
how to prepare themselves for guiding their students on the exciting journey of ethnic identity exploration in education.
Dr. Branch’s article: https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/abs/pii/S0742051X17321376
Join us to discuss barriers to the recruitment and retention of future STEM educators of color as well as promising practices aimed at addressing these. Interactive talking points include examples of strategic recruitment and communication; culturally responsive training and mentorship; advancing self-efficacy around STEM identity; and partnerships across organizations. A panel of future or early-career STEM teachers of color will share their experiences in the teacher preparation pipeline to better inform this work. This presentation introduces the California Recruitment Group collaboration and its mission to address barriers to STEM teacher preparation pathways, particularly for future educators of color.
We also thank our guest speakers who shared their motivation to become teachers.
“I chose to become a teacher so that I could be the leader and advocate that I needed as a young black man. This vision has been made possible by the organizations that have supported me through this process professionally, financially, and even sometimes emotionally.” - Malik Stead
“I would not be where I am today without the support of the CSUF community. Having strong mentors and being part of amazing organizations such as the STEM Future Teachers of Color Fellowship, Titan Future Teachers Club, and OLLI Mentoring program motivated me to follow my dream of becoming a mathematics high school teacher.” - Salma Albakri
“Community is essential for teachers of color to nurture their teaching identity and navigate the complexities of the pathway. These programs are supporting our growth, our voice and our existence in one of the most critical fields in a just society. It was an honor and privilege to celebrate the importance and beauty of this work.” - Maya Cook
A panel of diverse educators from the CSU and the wider education community will share both vulnerable experiences and expert insights into how educators can increase their awareness of and advocacy for the LGBTQ+ community.