Wednesday, August 12, 2020
1:00 PM EDT - 3:00 PM EDT
Talking About Race with Children
The Bank Street College community affirms that teaching and learning are expressions of justice. We are guided by the belief that human beings learn in the context of meaningful relationships and through doing, making, and changing the world around us.
Join us for a panel discussion and community conversation on talking about racial justice in the context of the current pandemic and the momentum of the Black Lives Matter protest that have garnered international attention. Participants will have an opportunity to ask questions and brainstorm ideas for engaging children in conversations about racial justice.
Moderator: Soyoung Park
Soyoung Park, PhD, began her career as a kindergarten special and general education teacher in inclusion classrooms. She went on to work with young immigrant children with disabilities as a language intervention specialist and researcher, while pursuing her doctorate in Curriculum Studies and Teacher Education at the Stanford Graduate School of Education. Prior to joining the faculty at Bank Street, Soyoung worked as a teacher educator in the Stanford Teacher Education Program and the University of Texas at Austin Department of Special Education. Dr. Park holds a PhD in Curriculum Studies and Teacher Education from Stanford Graduate School of Education, Stanford, CA. Her MPS is in Early Childhood and Special Education from Manhattanville College, Purchase, NY. She earned her BA in Sociology from Brown University.
Joy Lundeen Ellebbane
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