This ongoing monthly teacher leadership event (fall 2021-spring 2022) will explore culturally and community responsive texts and discuss themes of social justice and antiracism.
Teachers will spend time evaluating the different purposes for each type of literature and how these can be used it with students and families, integrating the Social Justice Standards: The Teaching Tolerance Anti-Biased Framework by Learning For Justice.
Get support through a professional learning community as we read and discuss K-12 literature through the lens of antiracism and social justice, and how to begin taking action as educators.
Teachers, Academic Coaches, and Educational Professionals in the classroom throughout the Monterey Bay Region
To learn how to facilitate courageous conversations with our students online and in person in our classrooms using culturally and community responsive literature and how these important texts
Virtually for the fall of 2021 and possibly in person for the spring of 2022
The California Subject Matter Project (CSMP) is a statewide network of subject-specific professional development programs for teachers. The University of California Office of the President administers CSMP sites, typically located on UC, CSU, and independent university and college campuses throughout California. CSMP strives to create collaborative programs between regional school districts and universities, bringing together K-12 teachers, and university faculty in a variety of institutes and year long programs. CSMP participants explore effective approaches to teaching, all within a climate that supports reflection and critique. Participation in CSMP is designed to foster the development of teachers’ capability for leadership within schools and within a larger educational arena.
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