Reimagining Education Summer Institute 2019 Call for Workshop Facilitators
The Reimagining Education: Teaching and Learning in Racially Diverse Schools Summer Institute explores the opportunities and challenges of creating and sustaining racially, ethnically and socio-economically integrated schools. The institute features presentation by experts on multicultural education, racial literacy and culturally relevant pedagogy and leadership as well as interactive workshops, facilitated learning communities, and deep dialogue sessions.
Individuals from across the United States and rest of the world attend the Institute inspired by the desire to ‘reimagine education’ for a more diverse society and committed to integrated schools and classrooms. This community of stakeholders walk away with a new professional network as well as strategies, resources, and ideas to initiate the process of reimagining education within their prospective locations.

We are seeking individuals committed to transformational change toward reimagined education for our increasingly racially diverse student population to facilitate/ support workshops and small group dialogue sessions of participants.

SUBMISSION DEADLINE: MARCH 15, 2019
Below please find more information about Reimagining Education Summer Institute and our workshop format to help you prepare your proposal. If you have any questions, please contact us at ReimagineEd@TC.columbia.edu.


WORKSHOP DESCRIPTION:
Workshops are 80 minutes long and are offered once per day and provide a space where participants can dive deeper into a topic that relates specifically to their role in education. For example, past workshops have focused on:

1) Particular school subjects, such as literacy, mathematics, social studies, arts and STEM;
2) Levels of schooling, such as early childhood, middle grades, or high school;
3) Topics relevant to specific school roles such as teacher, principal, parent, central administrator, school counselor, student, and school board member;
4) School practices, such as student assignment, social/emotional learning, restorative justice, and assessment, and
5) Special groups of students, such as students with special needs, recent immigrants, emerging bilinguals, and LGBTQ students.

The most successful workshops provide practical tools, skills and strategies that participants can apply in their own classroom, school, district or community. Workshops that are highly interactive and incorporate video or other media are preferred.

Workshops can be targeted towards those who are new to a topic, or provide more advanced knowledge. You can also propose a series of two or more workshops that build upon one another.

Workshops can have one or more facilitators, who will share the honorarium of $525.

Workshop facilitators are invited to attend all four days of the Institute at no charge.

If you have any further questions, please email: ReimagineEd@tc.columbia.edu.

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