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LIVE WEBINARS:
Start Here: Sustainability and Success with ABAR Classroom Practices

Presented By Liz Kleinrock

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Date and Time

Three 75-minute webinar sessions from 5:00pm to 6:15pm Eastern Time (ET).

  • Wednesday, October 13, 2021
  • Wednesday, October 20, 2021
  • Wednesday, October 27, 2021

Please note that this webinar series is scheduled for Eastern Time (ET). If you are in a different time zone, please plan your schedule accordingly.

Overview

For educators who are new to or already engaged in antibias and antiracist (ABAR) work, there may be a myriad of worries coming from different directions. The insecurities that can hold educators back stem from the same place—the unpredictability of classroom conversations, the fear of making mistakes or not knowing enough, and lack of control over how students, caregivers, and administrators might react.

Designed to introduce both novice and experienced educators to antibias and antiracist work, this webinar series will take you through different elements of building an ABAR practice. Beginning with identity and Kimberlé Crenshaw's work around intersectionality, we will also identify ways to apply an ABAR lens to ELA, math, and STEM, as well as art and physical education.

This series is grounded in practical examples from elementary and middle grade classes, including student work and specially designed units of study.

Learning Objectives

SESSION 1

  • Understanding and defining antibias and antiracist (ABAR) language
  • Unpacking personal identity
  • Learning to adopt an ABAR lens

SESSION 2

  • Cultivating community in your classroom
  • Facilitating conversations around identity and diversity with learners
  • Inviting caregivers to understand social justice work in the classroom

SESSION 3

  • Identifying multiple access points for ABAR work in school
  • Developing and applying an ABAR lens to multiple subjects
  • Navigating conversations with school leaders

About the Presenter

Liz Kleinrock is a classroom teacher and antibias/antiracist educator and consultant based in Washington, DC. She believes that teaching both youth and adults with a social justice focus and an ABAR lens is not only possible, but imperative towards dismantling systemic racism and institutional oppression. Liz was the recipient of Teaching Tolerance's 2018 Award for Excellence in Teaching, and outside of the classroom she also works as an ABAR facilitator and writer.

She currently resides in Washington, DC with her two bunnies, and recently made the jump to teaching middle school after ten years in elementary grades.

You can connect with Liz on her website, TeachAndTransform.org, on Twitter at @teachntransform, or on Instagram at @teachandtransform.

Who Should Participate

Classroom teachers of grades K-12 (all subjects), administrators, counselors, specialists, and curriculum coordinators.

Special 2021 Tuition Fee

The cost of this three-part webinar series is $95.00 per person. Tuition also includes access to the webinar series recording for 60 days.

Related Book

To support your learning in this webinar, we highly recommend Start Here, Start Now: A Guide to Antibias and Antiracist Work in Your School Community.

Confirmation

Registrants will receive multiple emails from Heinemann, including enrollment confirmation, which also serves as your tuition receipt and contains some basic instructions. If you have not received your confirmation email within 48 hours of your registration, please contact us at workshops@heinemann.com or 800-541-2086, ext. 1151. Approximately two days prior to the event date you will receive an email with the PD event's Zoom link and log-in instructions.

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Note: We encourage group participation; however, we require that each person be registered and provide a unique email address.

Registration Form

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Upcoming Dates & Locations

10/13/2021-10/27/2021 - Starts October 13, 2021- 5:00-6:15pm EST
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Availability: Available When: 10/13/2021 - 10/27/2021* Where: Online


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