Title

Culturally Responsive Common Core: A Framewok for Multicultural Education Beyond What You Can See and Even when You Can't See Diversity--Every School is Diverse

Location

Ballroom B

Strand #1

Academic Achievement & School Leadership

Relevance

N/A

Brief Program Description

Our goal is to move individuals and organizations toward philosophical and practical change in support of multiculturalism. Participants will learn to employ strategies grounded in principles of equity and inclusion, regardless of the demographic make-up of the school. In this interactive, challenging, and engaging presentation, we will focus on: (1) facilitating new levels of consciousness regarding unconscious bias, diversity, inclusion, equity, and organizational change; and (2) empowering participants to become catalysts for equity and inclusion-oriented education.

Summary

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Evidence

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Format

Individual Presentation

Biographical Sketch

FEATURED SPEAKER: Breyan Haizlip, The Haizlip Group, LLC, Licensed Professional Counselor, Statesboro, GA

Dr. Haizlip has been described as, “an educator that models bravery as she brilliantly facilitates a culturally affirming environment that challenges candid dialogue surrounding the most taboo issues in culture in her presentations…” by the National Center for Multicultural Education. Her repertoire of international and national presentations and publications in the areas of multicultural counseling research, cultural responsivity, gender and racial intersectionality, and social justice advocacy as a conduit for educational reform, has guided her work in higher education and community settings for over a decade.

FEATURED SPEAKER: Adam Haizlip, The Haizlip Group, LLC, Certified Cultural Responsivity Trainer for Educators, Statesboro, GA

Adam Haizlip has over a decade of direct experience as an Urban Youth Educator, the presenter’s academic training and research is focused on advancing multicultural education and developing strategies for teachers, school administrators, and families. Adam is the co-founder of The Haizlip Group, LLC, which offers training, coaching, counseling, and consulting services for some of the largest school districts in the country who employ the Cultural Responsivity Training for Educators (CRTE) Curriculum to leverage the learning experience that diversity offers the school community.

Keyword Descriptors

Multiculturalism, School, Education

Presentation Year

2015

Start Date

3-4-2015 11:15 AM

End Date

3-4-2015 12:30 PM

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Culturally Responsive Common Core: A Framewok for Multicultural Education Beyond What You Can See and Even when You Can't See Diversity--Every School is Diverse

Ballroom B

Our goal is to move individuals and organizations toward philosophical and practical change in support of multiculturalism. Participants will learn to employ strategies grounded in principles of equity and inclusion, regardless of the demographic make-up of the school. In this interactive, challenging, and engaging presentation, we will focus on: (1) facilitating new levels of consciousness regarding unconscious bias, diversity, inclusion, equity, and organizational change; and (2) empowering participants to become catalysts for equity and inclusion-oriented education.