Join Britannica’s Upcoming Culturally Responsive Instruction Webinar

February 19, 2021

Students have witnessed a nation confronting its deeply rooted engagement with racism, injustice, and systemic oppression while experiencing upheaval from school and their communities due to a global pandemic, all within a matter of a few months. How does an educator prepare to address current issues related to diversity with students? How can teachers engage in meaningful conversations with students that help them unpack systemic issues on a level they can comprehend?

The need for culturally responsive instruction is great and unlike ever before. On Wednesday, March 3rd @ 4 PM EST, join Britannica Digital Learning and edWeb.net for Culturally Responsive Instruction in a Blended Learning Environment, a free insightful personalized learning webinar that will focus on how to provide equity and inclusivity in K–12 classrooms and school systems across the county.

The webinar will be presented by Jaime Perris, Education Consultant / Curriculum Project Manager for Britannica Digital Learning. Attendees will:

  • Learn what “culturally responsive” truly means
  • Learn how to explore strategies and practices needed to create and facilitate an inclusive, equitable, welcoming, and affirming classroom environment that promotes continuous learning and an appreciation of diverse cultures
  • Identify effective teaching and learning strategies that support culturally responsive instruction in remote and blended learning environments
  • Hear a teacher’s testimony, firsthand, of how she currently engages students through culturally responsive practices

Geared towards K–12 Teachers, Librarians, School Leaders, and District Leaders that strive to create culturally responsive environments in a K–12 blended learning setting, this is one webinar you don’t want to miss.