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Friday, April 12 • 1:15pm - 2:15pm
Teaching From A Global Perspective

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Teaching From A Global Perspective aims to engage new and experienced educators on how the appreciation and understanding of diverse perspectives help shape students’ learning in the classroom and beyond. The participating educators will explore related topics through discussions and cases review. In the process, the participants will have the opportunity to model some of the best practices, such as using Concept Maps, KWLC, Gallery Walks, and Multiple Viewpoints Presentations on topics in Science, Social Studies, and Mathematics.

Understanding and valuing the different perspectives our students bring to learning is so relevant and significant, in authenticating the process of decolonization in the
21St classroom. Often as educators, when we create positive and inclusive classrooms
we honor diversity. By exploring the diversity represented by virtue of needs and learning styles we engage more students, if not all students in the process. Teaching From A Global Perspective allow educators to challenge their nuances while still grounded in curricula outcomes, it also present opportunities for educators to be creative and to take bold steps in advancing pedagogy


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Friday April 12, 2019 1:15pm - 2:15pm
OCAD - Room 2

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