SEED 1 Seminar
Join fellow educators for dedicated time and space to grow as equitable educators utilizing more equitable practices.
Dates: Oct. 6, Nov. 10, & Dec. 8, 2021; Jan. 12 & Feb. 9, 2022
Time: Noon-3 p.m. each day
Cost: FREE for all participants
Materials included: "White Fragility" by Robin DiAngelo
Prerequisite: None; This course is recommended as a foundational course for participants that have not had any prior equity-centered training.
CEUs: Teacher CEU
Relicensure requirement: Cultural Competence
- Gain insight and skills on a variety of identities and groups
- Support and network with educators around equity-centered skills
- Learn strategies to promote equitable experiences
SEED (Seeking educational equity and diversity) is a peer-led professional learning program promoting change and building capacity for more equitable curriculum, schools, and communities. In these focused sessions, local educators can challenge their own personal beliefs and practices while connecting with other educators. The SEED 1 Seminar lays a foundation for additional SEED courses.
About the leader:
This is a peer-led professional development program that will be facilitated by Rachel Logan and Lisa Worden, education consultants at Sourcewell and National SEED trainers.
Registration deadline: Sept. 29, 2021
Check-in: 30 minutes prior to start