Every Learner Everywhere
Achieving the Dream

Democratizing Learning Environments

In this webinar, participants engage in dialogue and discourse with panelists about co-creating environments that support and humanize students’ academic experiences while affirming their strengths and potential in the classroom. Additionally, panelists will address inclusive practices, instructional strategies, and digital tools that foster a climate of belonging, open dialogue, student-centered engagement, and the co-construction of knowledge in the classroom and beyond.

Moderator: H. Ray Keith, Achieving the Dream Program Development Consultant

Panelists: Dr. Michele Hampton, Professor of Business Administration at Cuyahoga Community College in Cleveland, OH; Ayse Durmus, M.A.English as an additional language instructor at University of Colorado, Denver; and Dr. Shirley Burnett serves as the Interim Chair/Instructor of Mathematics in University College at Jackson State University

Recommended citation:

Keith, H.R., Hampton, M., Durmus, A., and Burnett, S. (2022, May 4) Democratizing Learning Environments [Webinar] ATD Operationalizing Equity Series. Acheiving the Dream and Every Learner Everywhere.

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