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Schooling for Critical Consciousness of Racial Injustice - Shared screen with speaker view
Jaspal "Jess" Matharu
01:00:35
All attendees should not be able to turn on their video or mic, unless the Host allows it.
Scott Seider
01:01:22
Candice-- will you just remind me? We should aim to stop our presentation in order to leave time for questions around what time?
Candice Bocala
01:04:00
Around 11:45 would be good, or you can take questions mid-way
Scott Seider
01:04:24
Sounds good
rides@gse.harvard.edu
01:05:20
We can end questions with asking our attendees to complete the survey. Candice, could you please mention it?
Candice Bocala
01:05:45
Yes, I can mention the survey
Candice Bocala
01:39:45
This is the website for the book: https://www.hepg.org/hep-home/books/schooling-for-critical-consciousness
Candice Bocala
01:41:54
Following the webinar, we will be sending a link to the recording and an electronic copy of the slides.
Candice Bocala
01:45:39
I can moderate the Q&A and read out the questions from the chat
Candice Bocala
01:46:03
Please feel free to put your questions into this chat.
Candice Bocala
01:46:18
We also welcome other thoughts & reflections on the presentation
Brian Radley
01:48:14
Can you speak to staff development journey that teachers embarked on together? Was there differentiated support and development opportunities? (Candice pretty much captured my question:-)
Nina Lary
01:48:45
How can teachers support students in developing critical consciousness in a school that does not have a clear philosophy or plan around developing this skill?
Chris Richard
01:49:06
Hello! Thank you so much for this presentation. I am wondering what measurement tools/questions did you utilize to gauge students' awareness of systemic racism or their continued growth and understanding (eg: activism)?
Sean Anderson
01:49:22
If you all were designing a new school from scratch, what are one or two practices or elements you would ensure are centered in the school plan to ensure this critical conciousness is grown?
Brian Radley
01:51:28
Any lessons learned/best practices about how to process and learn from examples of interpersonal racism/oppression within the community . . . and connecting those lessons to school’s broader mission of critical consciousness and social action.
Candice Bocala
01:51:31
I hope it's OK if I skip your question, Brian, since I asked a similar version?
Mary Antón
01:52:01
Can you provide that reference for all
Candice Bocala
01:57:47
Evelyn, you can begin to put the survey into the chat
Candice Bocala
01:57:56
Just in case people have to go
rides@gse.harvard.edu
01:59:52
https://harvard.az1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_bKnAEFMuBeS2DuR
Lee Teitel
02:00:14
Thanks, Scott and Darren!
Scott Seider
02:00:19
Thank you! You can email us at seider@bc.edu and daren.graves@simmons.edu
Magali Olander
02:00:34
Thank you! This was great.
Mary Antón
02:00:40
Thanks!
Candice Bocala
02:00:43
Please complete the feedback survey: https://harvard.az1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_bKnAEFMuBeS2DuR
Pauline Jennett
02:00:51
Great webinar. Thank you!
Daren Graves
02:00:57
Thanks Mary!
Candice Bocala
02:01:04
Scott & Daren, we can take a 10 minute break -- feel free to go off video
Scott Seider
02:01:18
Hope you're healthy and doing alright, Pauline!