Make It Happen! Culturally Responsive Literacy Instruction in Virtual Elementary Classrooms

We are living in an unprecedented time with dual pandemics: COVID-19 and racial injustice. It is paramount that we attend to issues of equity and work to support children of color in learning literacy, even as we try to learn our way around virtual classroom spaces. Culturally-responsive literacy instruction is an evidence-based approach that teachers can use to promote literacy learning for all students.

Jennifer D. Turner, Ph.D.

Associate Professor in Reading Education,
University of Maryland College Park,
Department Editor, Language Arts Journal

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We are living in an unprecedented time with dual pandemics: COVID-19 and racial injustice. It is paramount that we attend to issues of equity and work to support children of color in learning literacy, even as we try to learn our way around virtual classroom spaces. Culturally-responsive literacy instruction is an evidence-based approach that teachers can use to promote literacy learning for all students.

In this webinar replay, you will learn:

  • How to identify key elements of culturally responsive literacy instruction
  • How to understand relevant research on culturally responsive literacy instruction
  • Ways to implement culturally responsive literacy instruction in virtual elementary classrooms
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