November 15, 2016, 4:00 pm to 6:00 pm
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Cultural Responsiveness in the Classroom

Hosted by the Temple Teacher Network & Young Alumni Advisory Council

Tuesday, November 15
4:00 PM - 6:00 PM (Networking starts 4:00 PM, program beigins 4:30 PM) College of Education, Shimada Resource Center Ritter Annex, 1301 Cecil B. Moore Avenue

Join fellow young alumni of the College of Education and early career teachers after school on Tuesday, November 15, for an event featuring a panel of community and education leaders to examine how the teacher-student relationship should be framed in cultural awareness. This is your chance to get answers to the difficult and uncomfortable questions that arise from the challenges you face in the classroom everyday. At a time when many educators, especially new educators, are teaching students with cultural backgrounds and experiences that vary from their own, dialogue on educating to the student’s life narrative is crucial to successful learning.

You won't want to miss this invaluable professional development opportunity!

Panelists:

Chris Angelini, M.Ed '12
Film Literacy/English Teacher
Crossroads Accelerated Academy

Katie Hollenbach. B.S.Ed '10, Current doctoral student
Assistant Principal
Universal Daroff Charter School

M. Meghan Raisch, Ph.D.'15
Education Engagement Specialist
College of Education, Temple University

Donna Richardson
President of the Norris Community Resident Council, Inc. & Administrator at the Norris Afterschool Program.

Please RSVP to alumni.ed@temple.edu or (215) 204-4649 by Thursday,
November 10.

Add to My Calendar /calendar/cultural-responsiveness-classroom 15-11-2016 16:00:00 15-11-2016 18:00:00 15 Cultural Responsiveness in the Classroom Cultural Responsiveness in the Classroom Hosted by the Temple Teacher Network & Young Alumni Advisory Council Tuesday, November 15 4:00 PM - 6:00 PM (Networking starts 4:00 PM, program beigins 4:30 PM) College of Education, Shimada Resource Center Ritter Annex, 1301 Cecil B. Moore Avenue Join fellow young alumni of the College of Education and early career teachers after school on Tuesday, November 15, for an event featuring a panel of community and education leaders to examine how the teacher-student relationship should be framed in cultural awareness. This is your chance to get answers to the difficult and uncomfortable questions that arise from the challenges you face in the classroom everyday. At a time when many educators, especially new educators, are teaching students with cultural backgrounds and experiences that vary from their own, dialogue on educating to the student’s life narrative is crucial to successful learning. You won't want to miss this invaluable professional development opportunity! Panelists: Chris Angelini, M.Ed '12 Film Literacy/English Teacher Crossroads Accelerated Academy Katie Hollenbach. B.S.Ed '10, Current doctoral student Assistant Principal Universal Daroff Charter School M. Meghan Raisch, Ph.D.'15 Education Engagement Specialist College of Education, Temple University Donna Richardson President of the Norris Community Resident Council, Inc. & Administrator at the Norris Afterschool Program. Please RSVP to alumni.ed@temple.edu or (215) 204-4649 by Thursday, November 10. DD/MM/YYYY