At a Glance
The Cultural Competence Training Program is offered as a three-hour session and four-hour session. The three-hour session includes series of activities that teach participants how to become culturally competent educators. The four-hour session covers the content of the three-hour session along with specific exercises that explore how educators can work with families and communities to ensure that every student, from every culture they encounter in their schools, has the opportunity to achieve academic success.
- Culturally Responsive Education
- Diversity & Inclusion
- Positive School Environments
- Racial & Social Justice
- Deepen participants’ own cultural self-awareness
- Increase their understanding of the link between cultural self-awareness and cultural competence
- Identify culturally responsive teaching practices
- Share strategies for promoting culturally responsive instruction
Developed by: Last Updated: 02/23/2021
- Education Support Professional
- Elementary School
- High School
- Middle School
Sessions can be tailored to the needs of the state or local affiliate
Virtual or In-person
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