Everyday Antiracism: Getting Real About Race in School Book Study

Class Details

  • Class Type: Online
  • Date: 8/24/2020 - 10/4/2020
  • Adams State Credit: 1
  • Nonmember Price: $145
  • CEA Member Price: $45
  • Registration for the optional graduate credits ($55 per credit) is a separate transaction through Adams State. Registration information will be available after you enroll.

  • Currently Enrolled: 24 of 30
  • Class Type: Online
  • Date: 9/9/2019 - 10/20/2019
  • Adams State Credit: 1
  • Nonmember Price: $145
  • CEA Member Price: $45
  • Registration for the optional graduate credits ($55 per credit) is a separate transaction through Adams State. Registration information will be available after you enroll.

  • Currently Enrolled: 11 of 25
  • Class Type: Online
  • Date: 1/6/2020 - 2/16/2020
  • Adams State Credit: 1
  • Nonmember Price: $145
  • CEA Member Price: $45
  • Registration for the optional graduate credits ($55 per credit) is a separate transaction through Adams State. Registration information will be available after you enroll.

  • Currently Enrolled: 15 of 25
  • Class Type: Online
  • Date: 5/10/2020 - 6/21/2020
  • Adams State Credit: 1
  • Nonmember Price: $145
  • CEA Member Price: $45
  • Registration for the optional graduate credits ($55 per credit) is a separate transaction through Adams State. Registration information will be available after you enroll.

  • Currently Enrolled: 23 of 30

About the Course

Everyday Antiracism is a book study that will identify acts of racism in our schools, expose educators to the ways in which others have handled the experience, and give actionable steps to  addressing racism in any classroom or school. This book study is ideal for any educator with any degree of comfort talking with students about racially charged actions.

This book study will provide educators multiple opportunities to identify acts of racism within their classroom or school, reflect on their own practices, and identify strategies to use in future situations. Participants can expect to collaborate, discuss, and create an action plan that considers the philosophies and examples discussed in this book and the course. It’s important to remember that in discussing race that sometimes you may leave a conversation feeling uncomfortable, or like your questions are unanswered. Part of this course is embracing that discomfort and seeking strategies to help you understand it.

Upon completion of this course, the student will be able to:

  • Explain theories and philosophies discussed in the book.
  • Reflect on their teaching practices.
  • Identify strategies to use to confront racism in their classroom or school and create an action plan that uses examples and theories from the book.
  • Grade(s): Pre-K Kindergarten 1st Grade 2nd Grade 3rd Grade 4th Grade 5th Grade 6th Grade 7th Grade 8th Grade 9th Grade 10th Grade 11th Grade 12th Grade Elementary K-5 Secondary 6-12
  • Subject(s): Education Support Professionals Professional Development Specialized Service Providers
  • Teacher Quality Standard(s): QS 2.B QS 2.C QS 3.D QS 4.B QS 4.C

Reviews

Elizabeth Hofmann
Excellent class. Very needed reading at this time in our shared world. It helped my to question myself and provided examples of how to integrate Anti-Racism into my curriculum and teaching.
Amy Somermeyer
Loved this class! The book was a great read and I can't wait to make specific changes in my classroom to empower my students.
Timothy Brown
Great class! It fit my schedule, was on a topic that interests me, and helps meet the new ELPD requirement.

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