Welcome to EDUO9736 Creating an Inclusive Classroom Environment. This class was created as part of a three course series entitled The Role of Culture & Equity in the Classroom. The three courses in this series are:
This series is designed to help teachers develop the tools needed to create a Culturally Responsive Environment for all students. When a student feels different or left out in his or her classroom, it significantly reduces that student’s ability and desire to learn. The content learned in this series, The Role of Culture & Equity in the Classroom, will teach you how to connect with your students and create an inclusive classroom environment that will open the door to learning for every child you work with.
Although Creating an Inclusive Classroom Environment, is NOT a prerequisite for the other two courses, it does provide a foundation for them. The book titled, How to Teach Students Who Don’t Look Like You, Second Edition, by Bonnie M. Davis, will be used for all three classes. This book is available for purchase at www.Amazon.com
In this course participants will have an opportunity to:
This course aligns to the National Board for Professional Teaching Standards
TEACHERS ARE COMMITTED TO STUDENTS AND THEIR LEARNING.
TEACHERS THINK SYSTEMATICALLY ABOUT THEIR PRACTICE AND LEARN FROM
This course aligns with National Student Standards
NL-Eng-K12.1 READING FOR PERSPECTIVE
NL-ENG – K-12.9 MULTICULTUAL UNDERSTANDING
B.S., M.Ed., Admin; Certificate in Equity & Urban Education
38 years in K-12 and post-secondary education, AVID teacher, Path Specialist, Multicultural Specialist.
AVID staff developer, Equity trainer, REACH facilitator, Equity/TitleIX/Section 504 Compliance, Officer.
My goal is to support teachers as they strive to become more culturally responsive in order to meet the diverse needs of their students.
I enjoy writing, painting, ATV’ing, camping, fishing, and other outdoor activities.
Instructor: Kathy Vining