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Justice Leaders Collaborative

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    Justice Leaders Collaborative

    Participation is by invitation only, limited to REMC Association directors, staff and RITS.

    This workshop, "Social Justice for Educators, Schools and Districts" will educate participants around social justice theories and concepts of social identities, intersectionality, the four levels of privilege, addressing microaggressions, and implicit bias. Justice League Collaborative (JLC) will be using small and large group discussions, structured exercises, reading, videos, reflective journaling, and homework to prepare for each session.

    Participants must attend all sessions and complete the asynchronous homework to be eligible for 16 SCECH credits. 


Event Session Information
Days 4
Scheduled Date(s)/Time(s)
    
08/31/2022 10:00 AM-3:00 PM Participants will receive connection information from the instructor closer to the event. Webinar
10/05/2022 10:00 AM-3:00 PM Participants will receive connection information from the instructor closer to the event. Webinar
11/02/2022 10:00 AM-3:00 PM Participants will receive connection information from the instructor closer to the event. Webinar
11/09/2022 10:00 AM-3:00 PM Participants will receive connection information from the instructor closer to the event. Webinar
Title The Core Course for Educators: An Introduction to Social Justice
Session 20225774
Seats Remaining 35
Session Contact Sue Schwartz517-285-2151
Email :sueschwartz@remc.org
Instructor(s) Drea Weiner
Units/Costs
 
Credits
16 SCECHs
Description: Participants must be logged in within the first five (5) minutes of the workshop in order to be considered present.
  • This learning series employs: 

    • Small and large group discussion 

    • Structured exercises 

    • Readings, videos, and reflective journaling 

    • Homework to prepare participants for each session 

    Participants will: 

    • Come to understand their own social identities, biases, and prejudices 

    • Increase their knowledge about the histories and present realities of various social identity groups 

    • Increase their awareness of social justice concepts such as “implicit bias” and “microaggressions” 

    • Begin considering how to incorporate this knowledge and awareness into their practice by using the EJATT 

    Participants must attend all sessions and complete the asynchronous homework


    Series includes email follow-up after each session and access to our online drive with homework readings, handouts, and other resources. 


    • Intro

    • Allyship and Accountability Working Within Your Sphere of Influence

    • Break

    • Where Do We Go from Here?

    • Conclusion


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