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LE 223: There’s No Such Thing as Universal Good Teaching with Dr. Geneva Gay Leading Equity

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EDUCATOR THERAPY VITURAL SUMMIT REGISTRATION
About Geneva Gay, Ph.D.
Geneva Gay is Professor Emeritus of Education at the University of Washington-Seattle where she taught multicultural education and general curriculum theory. She is nationally and internationally known for her scholarship in multicultural education and culturally responsive teaching related to curriculum design, staff development, classroom instruction, and intersections of culture, race, ethnicity, teaching, and learning. Her writings include numerous articles and book chapters; the co-editorship of Expressively Black: The Cultural Basis of Ethnic Identity; author of At the Essence of Learning: Multicultural Education, and Culturally Responsive Teaching: Theory, Practice, & Research; and editor of Becoming Multicultural Educators: Personal Journey Toward Professional Agency.
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Gay shares her teaching background The origins of Culturally Responsive Teaching Defining Culturally Responsive Teaching Learning about your students and their needs Going beyond academics Kids on the battlefront psychologically Critical Race Theory and Culturally Responsive Teaching Connect with Geneva
Email: ggay@uw.edu
Additional Resources
Culturally Responsive Teaching: Theory, Research, and Practice
Learn more about the Advocacy Room
Free Course on Implicit Bias
20 Diversity Equity and Inclusion Activities
EDUCATOR THERAPY VITURAL SUMMIT REGISTRATION
Equity Leaders Accelerator 2.0
Annihilating Racial Injustice in School Course
FREE AUDIO COURSE: Race, Advocacy, and Social Justice Studies

EDUCATOR THERAPY VITURAL SUMMIT REGISTRATION
About Geneva Gay, Ph.D.
Geneva Gay is Professor Emeritus of Education at the University of Washington-Seattle where she taught multicultural education and general curriculum theory. She is nationally and internationally known for her scholarship in multicultural education and culturally responsive teaching related to curriculum design, staff development, classroom instruction, and intersections of culture, race, ethnicity, teaching, and learning. Her writings include numerous articles and book chapters; the co-editorship of Expressively Black: The Cultural Basis of Ethnic Identity; author of At the Essence of Learning: Multicultural Education, and Culturally Responsive Teaching: Theory, Practice, & Research; and editor of Becoming Multicultural Educators: Personal Journey Toward Professional Agency.
Show Highlights
Gay shares her teaching background The origins of Culturally Responsive Teaching Defining Culturally Responsive Teaching Learning about your students and their needs Going beyond academics Kids on the battlefront psychologically Critical Race Theory and Culturally Responsive Teaching Connect with Geneva
Email: ggay@uw.edu
Additional Resources
Culturally Responsive Teaching: Theory, Research, and Practice
Learn more about the Advocacy Room
Free Course on Implicit Bias
20 Diversity Equity and Inclusion Activities
EDUCATOR THERAPY VITURAL SUMMIT REGISTRATION
Equity Leaders Accelerator 2.0
Annihilating Racial Injustice in School Course
FREE AUDIO COURSE: Race, Advocacy, and Social Justice Studies

45 min