Current Course Schedule

Lessons From Literature in Daily Practice: a Discussion

Recent uprisings for racial justice have highlighted the need to reorganize our educational spaces, but too many of us lack spaces for reflecting and incorporating this work into our teaching. This “pop up community of practice” will be a co-learning space for us to use James Baldwin’s thought-provoking essay A Talk to Teachers to explore issues in our classrooms, schools and educational programs. The goal is to walk away having learned something from each other about how to implement racial justice practices in our educational setting. Participation is limited to 15. This workshop meets online eastern time.
  • Focus On
    Across Ages
  • Category
    Career Development, Childhood / Elementary School, Early Childhood, Leadership, Online
  • Registration Options and Cost
    $75 Course Fee

Sections

Spring 2021

  • Section O1: April 12
    • Mark Nagasawa
      Mark Nagasawa
      Mark Nagasawa, PhD, is the Director of Bank Street's Straus Center for Young Children and Families, which is charged with producing practice-oriented and policy-relevant research. Previously he has worked as a preschool teacher, school social worker, preschool director, and policy analyst in the Arizona Governor’s Office - Division for Children. Before coming to Bank Street, he was an associate professor at Chicago's Erikson Institute, where his research and teaching focused on justice-centered social change. He holds a Ph.D. in early childhood education, a Master of Social Work, both from Arizona State University, and a B.A. in political science from the University of Arizona.