Skip to main content

Preparing Educators to be Critical in their Analysis of History, Systems of Oppression, and the Status Quo in K-12 Schools

Date: Wednesday, August 17, 2022 - 06:45 PM

Drawing on cutting-edge research together with 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.

Facilitator
Daniel Soodjinda (CSU Stanislaus) and Cristian Aquino Sterling (SDSU)

Related Documents
Related Links
Event recordingThis link will take you to an external website in a new tab.

Presenters:
Michael Domínguez, Ph.D., Asst Professor of Youth and Educational Studies, (San Diego State University)
Ron Espiritu, Ethnic Studies Coordinator (Camino Nuevo Charter Academies Los Angeles)
Cueponcaxochitl Moreno Sandoval, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Ethnic Studies (CSU Stanislaus)
Arturo Nevárez Ph,D., Assistant Professor of Liberal Studies and Teacher Education (CSU Stanislaus)
Wanda Watson, Ed.D., Associate Professor in Teacher Education (San José State University)
Miguel Zavala, Ph.D., Associate Professor & Director of the Urban Learning Program (CSU Los Angeles)