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ATD Teaching & Learning Institute: Changing the Narrative: Advancing Culturally Responsive Professional Learning

Grappling with how to embed and scale equity into your teaching and learning practice? Faculty development leaders share their strategies for shifting the framework in ways that advance equitable student learning experiences. Each worked with their professional learning teams to develop skillsets, structures and processes that support faculty to interrogate their practices and equip them to move the needle in transforming their colleges’ instructional approach.

Susan Adams, Associate Director, Teaching and Learning, Achieving the Dream

Dr. Ruanda Garth-McCullough, Director, Program Development, Achieving the Dream

Dr. Stephanie Whalen, Chair, The Academy for Teaching Excellence, Professor, English and Interdisciplinary Studies, Harper College

Dr. Emily Stuckenbruck, Executive Dean of Academic Excellence, Northcentral Technical College

Recommended citation:

Adams, S., Garth-McCullough, R., Whalen, S., and Stuckenbruck, E. (2022, April 22) Changing the Narrative: Advancing Culturally Responsive Professional Learning [Video] Achieving the Dream and Every Learner Everywhere

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