Document Type

Presentation

Date

3-27-2018

Keywords

Inclusive classrooms, Student diversity

Disciplines

Higher Education | Race and Ethnicity | United States History

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Event announcement for a guest presentation by Dr. Daniel Tillapaugh, UMaine Visiting Libra Scholar and assistant professor of counselor education at California Lutheran University, on how "culturally responsive teaching and learning can providing meaningful, transformative experiences for both faculty and their students."

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Racial Justice_CITL_2021_01_12

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Culturally Responsive Teaching: Meeting Students Where They Are through Understanding Who They Are

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