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Centering Art to Understand the World Around Us

For: Higher Education Faculty, PK-12 Teacher

The purpose of this instructional material is to explore ways to use art in the classroom and in school settings, to connect with the lives and communities of students and to enhance students’ understanding of ideas and to display of ideas through art.

Picture Books with a Mathematical Focus: An Annotated Bibliography

For: Higher Education Faculty

This instructional material is an annotated bibliography of picture books focusing on math. It includes multicultural offerings for ages 3-11.

Nuts & Bolts Webinar Series: Panelists Respond to Innovative Pedagogies

For: Higher Education Faculty

This webinar features a panel of currently enrolled teacher candidates and faculty members who will share their authentic reactions to the innovative pedagogies shared throughout the 2021-2022 webinar series.

Nuts & Bolts Webinar on Innovative Pedagogies: American Indian Education 

For: Higher Education Faculty

This webinar features Dr. Gregory Cajete, who will discuss practices for inclusively and effectively teaching American Indian students.

Nuts & Bolts Webinar on Innovative Pedagogies: Praxis of Recognition

For: Higher Education Faculty

This webinar features Dr. Louie Rodriguez, who will discuss the concept of recognition, a conceptual framework to be applied to curricular and pedagogical experiences of Latina/o youth that seek to raise students' consciousness through critical thinking and dialogue.

Nuts & Bolts Webinar on Innovative Pedagogies: Pathologizing Poverty

For: Higher Education Faculty

This webinar features Drs. Tyrone Howard and Kerri Ulluci, who will discuss how to move past the mythologies about poverty that surface in classrooms toward strategies for educating students from impoverished backgrounds.

BranchED seeks to support individual educator preparation programs (EPPs) and the field at large in reimagining and redefining “quality” preparation programs such that attention to issues of diversity and equity are explicit, embedded, and inextricably linked to high-quality performance.

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