Challenging Colonialism in the Classroom – Part 2 – Podcast Episode 204 | Classnotes Podcast 204
Classnotes Podcast (July 31, 2020). Colonialism influences why our schools teach certain topics and not others, why students of color are not represented in the curricula, how assessment and rubric design is not culturally or contextually responsive, and how we prepare teachers. In this second of a two-part set of episodes, Dr. Stephanie Garcia and Dr. Bricio Vasquez continue their conversation with guests Dr. Alexa Proffitt and Dr. Liz Tinoco about research and anti-colonial approaches in education.
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Show length: 15:58
Using Equity Audits to Assess and Address Opportunity Gaps Across Education, by Paula N. Johnson, Ph.D.
Equity Audits – Assessing Equity Across Education, IDRA Visiting Scholar Webinar Series
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