Our language and literacy practices are shaped by the cultural, social, historical literacy experiences in our own lives. In this session, we’ll consider beliefs, ideologies, language used, instructional materials and instructional practices that resonate with our own literate histories. And in doing so, we must also unpack our own biases, assumptions, and racisms that marginalize and oppress children of color.
This is one session in the Literacy Leadership group series. GET MORE INFORMATION ABOUT LITERACY LEADERSHIP GROUP >