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Using Mindfulness to Dismantle Bias and Embody our Power as Educators - Shared screen with speaker view
ETL Support
25:37
Hello everyone. Welcome!!
Carol Fagan-Gordon
26:14
hi
ETL Support
27:21
Welcome everyone!
020482
31:23
My volume id high and I can barely hear you.
D De La Rosa
33:14
stop, danger, pay attention
GG
33:14
stop sign
GG
33:16
love
020482
33:19
Anger
020482
35:22
Peace
D De La Rosa
38:50
yeah, it made me think what's my team- who is being excluded
D De La Rosa
53:41
I am thinking about how powerful the media can be in promoting negative messages
Emmalee Mills
54:26
I’m thinking through my curriculum and if I’m showing all groups—especially BIPOC—in positive lights
020482
55:32
How can you change the scholar's perception of you?
ETL Support
55:33
Thank you, everyone!
Carol Fagan-Gordon
56:01
For people to know it is okay to see differences. it iz the reaction to it that we need to be mindful of.
D De La Rosa
56:28
the curriculm can and does exclude many groups
D De La Rosa
01:14:48
how to bring up a conversation to a group that is not ready or in denial about this topic?
020482
01:17:40
Having knowledge about a scholar's Culture will help.
Suzette Young
01:18:07
One. of my take aways is to be culturally responsive to the culture of the students and families
ETL Support
01:22:12
Here is the link-:
ETL Support
01:22:15
https://www.teachingmatters.org/
ETL Support
01:22:31
Thank you everyone for attending
GG
01:22:33
Thank you!
D De La Rosa
01:22:38
thank you so much
ETL Support
01:22:56
The slides and video will be on the website
ETL Support
01:22:57
https://www.teachingmatters.org/
Anna Chi
01:23:04
thank you