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From Racial Literacy to Cultural Responsiveness: Building Classrooms that Work for All Students

NYU MetroCenter TACD Summer Institute 2012 Yolanda Sealey-Ruiz, Ph.D. Teachers College, Columbia University
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Transcript of From Racial Literacy to Cultural Responsiveness: Building Classrooms that Work for All Students

NYU MetroCenter for Urban Education
TACD - Summer Institute
Yolanda Sealey-Ruiz, Ph.D.
Teachers College, Columbia University

From Racial Literacy to Cultural Responsiveness:
Building Classrooms that Work for All Students

Inviting Lives into the Classroom

Writing for Full Presence
- On Your Mind
- Innermost Thoughts
- What would keep you from being
Fully Present in our Community
Goals for Today:
Create a Space to discuss race and culture in affirming ways
Challenge our understanding of how race impacts our classrooms
Open ourselves to the idea of inviting culture into the classroom
Explore ways to build communities which provide the tools to discuss race, and put culture at the center of the curriculum in a way that affirms all students.
Creating a Shared Language

- What is Racial Literacy?
- What is Culturally Responsive Pedagogy?
- How are the two concepts related?
Things We Know About Race and Racism:

- Race and racism are socially constructed
- The social construction of race is used to mask unequal distribution of power
- Inequities are perpetuated through racism
- Racism is normalized and endemic
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What Would You Have Said to the Girls?

- As their teacher?
- As their parent?
- As their administrator?
- As a family friend?
What is Culture?

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How does Race and Culture become Conflated?

How do we untangle them without dismissing the individual?
Unpacking the Cultural Knapsack
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