Engaged Educators

This group is committed to being anti-racist educators. With that, educators engage in their own identity work, examine how they are showing up with their students and families, learn the histories of the people who have not traditionally been included in history classes, teach ethnic studies, and use culturally and linguistically sustaining practices.
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Wisconsin DPI Interview with Dr. Bettina Love

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In this interview hosted by Bianca Williams-Griffin, English Language Arts Education Consultant with the Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction, and Tamara Mouw, Director of Teaching and Learning with the Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction, Dr. Love shares what mattering means and why it is foundational for students of Color to not just survive but to thrive. She also explains what is means to be an abolitionist teacher.

Material Type: Teaching/Learning Strategy

Author: Tamara Mouw