SOCIAL JUSTICE LITERACY

Intersectional Principles and Practices for Equitable Learning

Social Justice Literacy in Colorado Secondary Schools

Intersectional Principles and Practices for Equitable Learning


Our proposed seminar empowers secondary school teachers to examine their pedagogical approaches and classroom dynamics towards developing more equitable teaching practices. We provide a repertoire of conceptual tools and practical application of foundational social justice concepts towards building cultures of care within a variety of educational settings.

Maria L. GabrielKeynote Speaker: Maria L. Gabriel

Ph.D., Education, and Human Resources Studies with a specialization in Educational Leadership, Renewal, and Change

 

Two internships available

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Seminar Coordinator
Dr. Caridad Souza
Director, Center for Women’s Studies and Gender Research

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Collaborator
Dr. Patricia Vigil
Director of University Partnership and Student Success

Silvia Minguzzi

Collaborator
Silvia Minguzzi
Director of Hatton Gallery & Digital Performing Space, AAH

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Collaborator
Lisa Morgan
CSU Dance Faculty