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Webinar: Carnegie Mathematics Pathways Video Cases - Making the Path by Walking It

Event Type
Other
Sponsor
Office of Community College Research and Leadership in the College of Education
Virtual
Date
Jul 22, 2020   11:00 am  
Registration
Registration
Contact
Raina Dyer-Barr
E-Mail
rdyer@illinois.edu
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Originating Calendar
Office of Community College Research and Leadership

It is difficult to understand something one has never seen. For many, equity is unwitnessed, mythical. With support from the Office of Community College Research and Leadership's Pathways Collaborative Equity Partners Fund, this project used clips from video recordings of college classrooms and professional conversations among educators to create video-based activities that explore instructional equity. This webinar includes an overview of the development of three video case activities and provides examples that illustrate tools for orchestrating equity-centered professional conversations that are challenging, purposeful, and consequential.

 

Presenter:

 

Shandy Hauk, Associate Professor of Mathematics at San Francisco State University

 

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More info:

Under the Office of Community College Research and Leadership’s (OCCRL) Equity Conscious Community College Pathways (EC3P) project, funded by the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation (BMGF), targeted grants were awarded from the Pathways Collaborative Equity Partners Fund to Pathways Collaborative member organizations. Three organizations received one-year, $50,000 awards to support testing of interventions, programs, practices, or strategies to improve or promote equity-centered and culturally responsive initiatives. OCCRL is excited to announce the Pathways Collaborative Equity Partners Fund Webinar Series, in which award recipients will detail and discuss their individual projects, findings, outcomes, and the overall potential impact of their work toward equity-centered practices and/or policies. Registration is now open for all of the webinars in the series! All webinars will begin at 11 a.m. Central Standard Time.

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