The Teach For All + Oak Foundation Inclusive Education Course invites innovative teachers and teacher coaches from across our global network and beyond to join an interactive course focused on inclusive education for learners with disabilities and learning differences.
The course centers on who learners are aware (understand the social, political and cultural context in which students learn and grow, including cultural identities and systemic injustices) and how they learn (agency; taking responsibility for one’s learning and believing in one’s ability to determine a life path and impact others).
Through this course, we will individually and collectively reflect on Culturally Sustaining Pedagogy, Universal Design for Learning, and Metacognition to support us in creating reimagined and inclusive environments that allow every child to shine and create a better world for themselves and all of us.
This course is hosted on Bridge. If you have an existing account on Bridge, you can access the course by clicking the link of your preferred language above. If you do not have a Bridge account, please complete this request, and we will respond to you as soon as possible with an account.
The Teach For All + Oak Foundation Inclusive Education Course invites innovative teachers and teacher coaches from across our global network and beyond to join an interactive course focused on inclusive education for learners with disabilities and learning…
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