Seeking Educational Equity & Diversity (SEED) Seminars
A peer-led professional development program focused on building capacity for more equitable curriculum, schools, and communities.
Beginner SEED Seminar -
Sept. 26; Oct. 24; Nov. 21 & Dec. 19, 2019; Jan. 28, 2020
Advanced SEED Seminar -
Jan. 30; Feb. 20; March 19; April 23 & May 14, 2020
Time: 8:30 - 11:30 a.m. daily
Cost: FREE for all participants; includes book
None for Beginner seminar;
Advanced requires participation in Beginner seminar or an Equity Advocates Leadership Cohort
CEUs: Cultural Competence
- Deepen personal learning along the equity journey
- Engage in peer-led learning and facilitation
- Challenge your own personal beliefs and expand world views
SEED is a peer-led professional development program that promotes change through self-reflection and interpersonal dialogue. Participants will challenge their own personal beliefs and practices, while connecting with other local educators.
- Beginner SEED Seminar (Fall)
Using Robin DiAngelo’s book, “White Fragility,” participants will explore the dynamics of power and privilege as they relate to racial equity and other identities, focusing on promoting self-refection, examining implicit bias, and working for ways to positively impact the students, families, and communities we serve.
- Advanced SEED Seminar (Spring)
The Advanced SEED Seminar is for educators that have participated in at least one previous SEED course. "Braiding Sweet Grass" by Robin Wall Kimmerer will be used as the grounding text for conversations around relationships and restoration through an indigenous lens. Participants will help construct seminars based on needs as well as share in portions of facilitation.
For more information, call 701-361-2835 or email email@example.com.
About the leader:
Rachel Logan is an Education Consultant for Sourcewell and a trained SEED leader.
Registration deadline: Registration is now closed. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Check-in: 30 minutes prior to workshop start each day.