Every Learner Everywhere

Starting with the Learner: Inclusive Instruction as Teaching with Social Justice

In this interactive webinar, participants will consider how to make simple proactive instructional design decisions that will provide inclusive instruction and equitable learning environment, which will be framed as teaching with social justice. In addition, resources for additional learning will be both solicited and shared among those in attendance.

Presenter: Joel Amidon, Associate Professor of Secondary Education at the University of Mississippi and host of Amidon Planet teaching podcast

Recommended citation:

Amidon, J. (2022, January 14) Starting with the Learner: Inclusive Instruction as Teaching with Social Justice [Webinar] Every Learner Everywhere. https://www.everylearnereverywhere.org/resources/starting-with-the-learner-inclusive-instruction-as-teaching-with-social-justice/

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