At Arizona State Museum: Friday, September 6, 4:30pm to 7:00pm.
Keynote speaker, VIP viewing of Sorting Out Race exhibit, and reception.
Become fluent in racial literacy through an interactive presentation by Dr. Kathryn Nakagawa. Explore the Sorting out Race exhibit, which examines stereotypes about race using items donated to thrift stores. Engage in productive discussions about race and stereotypes and what drives our perceptions of people who are different than ourselves. Introduction by Superintendent Dustin Williams.
At CITY Center for Collaborative Learning: Saturday, September 7, 8:30am to 3:30pm.
Facilitating Critical Conversations, an interactive workshop led by Teaching Tolerance.
Identify strategies and resources to create a positive and respectful learning environment where critical conversations can take place, reflect on personal assumptions and learning biases and recognize their impact on classroom practice, and develop skills and confidence for engaging in and facilitating conversations about race and other critical topics.
This workshop is for K-12 teachers, K-12 staff, and pre-service teachers only.
Fee: $49 covers both days, reception, lunch, materials, and parking.