VOICE, IDENTITY, ACCESS, AND EQUITY

Recent Workshops for Voice, Identity, Access and Equity

I am moved. I am stimulated and motivated. The context and sequence was provocative and helped me to realize ways in which I myself am a victim of, contribute to, as well as am working to change this system. I need to continue with the re-education of not only my students, but of me.
Elementary Teacher

Building Individual Student Identities and Developing a Strong Classroom Culture and Community

Writing that provides a humanizing lens through which students can see each others’ experiences. 

Avoiding the Single Story: Promoting Equity with Counter Narratives

Whose stories are foregrounded? Whose stories live in the shadows?

Project-Based, Student Centered, Authentic Writing for Change

Turning empathy into activism.

Re-Education of Us

Youth Participatory Action Research as Transformative Counter Story.

Writing for Social-Emotional Resilience 

Writing to power-through times of challenge.

Language Acquisition and Civic Action: Participatory Action Research in the ELD Classroom

Engaging young people in real world problem solving while balancing the teaching of explicit language instruction and acquisition.

  

For additional information, contact BAWP. 

Email rebc@berkeley.edu or bawp@berkeley.edu