What does social justice work look like in international schools? For many educators, the answer to this question can be elusive or even daunting. One place to start this discussion is through a critical reflection of the ways in which a school is staffed, organized and led.
The aim of this session is to engage in critical reflection on the institutional racism present within our international communities.
Participants will engage in critical reflection of the current systems in their schools and on the impact these systems have on the education of multilingual learners. Through personal stories and reflection, participants will use tools to help them identify and plan for actions that advance a social justice agenda in their schools.
If you are ready to act and take your social justice work to the next level, join us to problem-solve together and re-imagine socially-just international learning spaces.
By attending this webinar, participants will:
- Recognize existing bias and social injustices that impact international students and staff
- Reflect on the impact of systemic racism on recruitment, retention and representation
- Reimagine anti-racist practices in international education