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Addressing Equity Through Culturally Responsive Education & SEL

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Year:
2021
Pages:
6
Size:
8.5" x 11"
ISBN:
9781949961126
Item Code:
AECR
Price: $12.95
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With an increasing emphasis on educational equity, it is more important than ever that teachers are prepared in developing inclusive classroom settings that are free from biases and embrace the diversity of learners and their lived experiences. This guide provides educators with strategies to incorporate social-emotional and character development (SEL) and culturally responsive education (CRE) within their classrooms so that students receive what they need to develop their full academic and social potential.

 

In this guide, you’ll learn about the 5 CRE skill areas, the ways in which CRE and SEL are essential for educational equity, and how to integrate CRE and SEL in your classroom. The guide also includes helpful web resources for diverse and inclusive reading lists, as well as additional resources for implementing CRE and SEL in classroom settings.

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