On Remembering/Re-envisioning Cultural Arts in K-12 Classrooms with Antonio Davidson-Gomez
"I really enjoyed the interactive and informative experience--the information provided was in an enjoyable environment and was of great use to me in my work with youth, it also helped to increase my knowledge for creating new ways to wrap the beauty of various cultures around the minds and hearts of my own children, through music and other forms of art."
On Plenary Events
"The examples used were touching and related to experiences other have had, including those in different disciplinary fields." _______________________________________________________________________ "I learned how to take what they were saying and apply it to my classroom."
Teaching and Learning for Justice: Danger and Opportunity in Our Critical Moment
The conference theme addressed our "critical moment," an idea that was brought to light in many of the various events, sessions, and media of the conference.
Thank you to those who submitted conference evaluation forms. The nearly 150 responses we received included valuable feedback from undergraduate and graduate students, staff, faculty, educators, counselors, administrators, and a variety of community members.
Evaluations identified the most valuable sessions, events, and speeches from "Having a Say/Leading the Way" a session on academic women of color led by Seattle University professors, to theatrical performances, 1620 Bank Street and The New Black Math, and spotlight sessions such as Troubling Pedagogical and Curricular Foundations of Teaching and Learning In Our ‘Post Racial’ Moment, among many others.
2010 Race and Pedagogy National Conference
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1500 North Warner CMB #1023, Tacoma, WA 98416-1023.