POSTED: November 8, 2023Category: GeneralBY: digitial

AISA’s DEIJ Collaborative Series focuses on a specific section of the AISA DEIJ Guide: Pathways to Transformation each month. Leading up to the next virtual workshop in this series on 15 November 2023, we are excited to present episode 3 of our AISA DEIJ video podcast series, in which AISA’s Chanel Worsteling chats with educational leader and CIS’s School Support & Evaluation Officer, Mary Powell.

Their conversation focuses on Mary’s chapter within Section 3 of the AISA DEIJ Guide, Teaching & Learning. Entitled “Strategies for Inclusive and Equitable Teaching and Learning” Mary discusses how educators can create environments in which students feel included and that they belong and establish equitable practices that benefit student learning, and so much more. Watch the video podcast below.

Join the o‌ngoing o‌nline DEIJ conversation in the AISA DEIJ Collaborative Affinity Group as we discuss DEIJ in the classroom, focusing o‌n curriculum design, the role of the teacher, and innovative strategies that encourage and support DEIJ. Register here to join the Affinity Group, or sign up here for the next AISA DEIJ Collaborative Meeting o‌n November 15th at 14:00 GMT .



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