K-12 Online Teaching Academy: Decolonizing STEM with ABAR (Anti-Bias and Anti-Racist) Themes

Desiré Whitmore, PhD (Twitter: @DarthScience, Sr. Science Educator and Staff Physicist at the Exploratorium) and Eric Cross (Twitter: @sdteaching, 7th grade science teacher at Albert Einstein Academy Middle School and an adjunct professor at the University of San Diego) led this conversation.

This session will equip teachers with strategies and curriculum that can be used in classrooms to engage students in STEM content through the lens of equity and community change making. After watching the recording, please complete the presenters’ feedback form.

The slides for this webinar are available via bit.ly/decolonizestem.  Join our K-12 Academy Facebook group at bit.ly/lurie-k12facebook or our LinkedIn group at bit.ly/lurie-k12linkedin

The SJSU Lurie College of Education has established this free K-12 Online Teaching Academy to create resources for teacher candidates and current teachers that discuss how to build equity and employ emancipatory pedagogies in an online environment. Learn more about the academy at sjsu.edu/education/community/k12-academy

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