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Conference to Restore Humanity! features keynote speakers who are visionary pioneers, change-makers, and educators pushing for change. Each keynote session contains a pre-recorded video address, followed by a live 1-hour Q&A.
Dr. Antonia Darder
José Luis Vilson
These in-depth learning tracks provide educators with comprehensive insights and skills in pedagogy, teaching, and related fields, providing you the skills to embrace innovative practices and elevate their teaching methodologies. Each learning track contains a variety of activities, readings, and multi-media to be worked through as a self-paced course.
Creating diverse STEM representation through environmental justice.
Drs. Matthew Farber & Tracy Fullerton
Imagining what classrooms could be through the lens of gaming.
Combining social justice and a universal design for learning to design for everyone.
Drs. Tanu Biswas & John Wall
Introduces the new theory of childism, empowering children by critiquing and transforming adultist norms and structures.
Drs. Damien Soyjoyner, Sabina Vaught, & Connie Wun
Dismantle the carceral network: the connection between school, prison, and society, offering strategies and systemic changes to reimagine for change.
Advocate for neurodiversity and push back against systems that restrict our humanity and harm our unique identities.
Drs. Carrie Gillon & Megan Figueroa
Understand the concept of linguistic discrimination and fight back against this dehumanizing practice in schools.
These events offer immersive experiences that delve into the realm of progressive pedagogy, fostering dynamic discussions and explorations of innovative teaching approaches.
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