Anti-racist education and the adult learner a handbook for educators in adult and continuing education programs

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Published by Board of Education for the City of Toronto in Toronto .

Written in English

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Subjects:

  • Adult education -- Ontario -- Toronto -- Curricula,
  • Discrimination in education -- Ontario -- Toronto,
  • Racism -- Study and teaching (Continuing education) -- Ontario -- Toronto,
  • Race relations -- Study and teaching (Continuing education) -- Ontario -- Toronto

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Statement[senior writer/editor, Wayne Thompson ; researcher/writer, Virginia Rose Smith].
ContributionsSmith, Virginia, Thompson, Wayne, Toronto Board of Education.
The Physical Object
Paginationx, 55 p. :
Number of Pages55
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL18106435M
ISBN 101895429064
OCLC/WorldCa33179594

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Andragogy, or the practice of teaching adults, studies the best methods and approaches for effective adult education. Andratesha Fritsgerald’s call for educators to be anti racist through the intentional use of Universal Design for Learning is eloquently woven through storytelling, black brilliance, and honoring the learner.

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Teaching Adult Learners Issues In Education Teaching Resources While racial progress is real, so is racism. The need for anti-racist education is also real. Following are some anti-racism resources that may be of interest to educators, parents, caregivers, church groups, and individuals for use in schools, churches, businesses.

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Roskilde University Press ) U.S. Department of Education Office for Civil Rights, Mar. Smith, Edward J., and Shaun R. Harper. "Disproportionate Impact of K School Suspension and Expulsion on Black Students in Southern States." University of Pennsylvania Center for the Study of Race and Equity in Education, Todd, Andrew R., et al.

New Anti-Racist Education Resources The EIS has become aware of various new anti-racist education resources, which may be of interest to members. “Addressing Inclusion: Effectively Challenging Racism in Schools” is a resource developed by the Coalition for Racial Equality and Rights (CRER) and respectme, Scotland's anti-bullying service.

Anti-Racist Education and the Adult Learner: A Handbook for Educators in Adult and Continuing Education Programs (Toronto Board of Education, ) Target Audience: This handbook is aimed primarily at teachers and other staff at adult basic education programs.

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Inteachers can’t just be non-racist, they must be anti-racist. According to Psychology Today, the importance of opposing prejudice (non-racist) is simply not enough and instead of being an anti-racist facilitates action where we actively oppose and fight against racism.

Our education system is systemically racist in myriad ways — from unequal funding for schools, to a school-to-prison pipeline that disproportionately affects students of color, to the fact that. Designing highly motivating learning experiences is the challenge that most instructional designers and educators face.

After all, each learner has different goals, desires, needs and preferences as we discussed in the post “Different Learning Styles – How to Design Learning to Accommodate our Learners”.

In this post, we will be examining Maslow’s Hierarchy of needs in education and. Each learner chooses one book to make it into a talking book. To introduce them to their task of making a talking book using the microcontroller, Makey Makey, they are shown the content found within the web article, Makey Talking Book From Scratch, which includes a video, written instructions, and images.

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Visual Learners. Visual learners prefer to be shown a lesson through graphs, diagrams, and illustrations. They rely on what the instructor is doing and often sit in the front of the classroom to avoid visual obstructions.

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In a growing number of societies and economies. last several decades (Knowles, ). The field of Adult Education and adult educators have become increasingly interested in self-directed learning since the s (Long, ). Self-directed learning is a process frequently associated with the field of Adult Education.

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The Anti-Racist Teaching Award recognizes exemplary educators who are actively engaged in the work of anti-racist teaching in North Carolina and “actively and.Malcolm Knowles is often described as the father of adult education or for introducing the notion of andragogy (the education of adults).

This work is the latest edition of a classic work that describes distinctive characteristics of adults in terms of education, learning, and experience.

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