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Equity and Inclusion: Informing Teacher Practice

PLACE offers customizable learning opportunities to support schools and districts as they work to create more equitable spaces for learning.

For more details, email Instructional Coaching Program Coordinator Sandra Taylor-Marshall.

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  • Engage in synchronous and asynchronous individual, small-group, and large-group activities 
  • Examine terms, issues, and strategies for transforming classrooms into more equitable spaces for learning
  • Use role play to rehearse equitable practices in the context of authentic classroom scenarios
  • Identify commitments and next steps as instructional leaders

K-12 educators and administrators

Equity and Inclusion: Informing Teacher Practice Participant Testimonials

This [experience] will help me to use my position of power to empower others and speak up against injustices.

The role playing [gave] me more encouragement to respond to biases in the classroom.

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If you have questions about Equity and Inclusion: Informing Teacher Practice, please email Instructional Coaching Program Coordinator Sandra Taylor-Marshall at taylormarsha@wisc.edu.