Culturally responsive instruction in an online world

Presenters: Tanji Reed Marshall, Linda Rost, & Steve Becton

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This webinar will focus on the key resources, strategies, and ideas at the classroom, school, and organizational levels for delivering culturally responsive instruction in an online world so that all students experience success. Participants will: Understand the value and importance of culturally responsive instruction to positively impact outcomes for all students; Learn about key resources, strategies, and ideas to better support educators with culturally responsive instruction in a variety of settings (virtual, hybrid, and face to face); and Share questions and advice among a community of learners.

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Director of P-12 Practice at The Education Trust | + posts

Tanji Reed Marshall ( is director of p-12 practice at The Education Trust and a guest editor for this issue of The Learning Professional.

High School Teacher at Baker High School | + posts

Linda Rost ( is a science teacher at Baker High School in Baker, Montana, and a doctoral student at Texas Tech University.

Chief Officer for Equity and Inclusion at Facing History and Ourselves | + posts

Steven L. Becton writes and speaks for Facing History and Ourselves on urban education and equity issues in and beyond the classroom. He leads a team of Facing History staff who are working deeply in schools to create whole school culture and transformational educational experiences that would equip educators, while also empowering students to overcome the systemic issues that have placed them at risk.

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