This one-hour interactive webinar is designed to introduce you to the mechanisms in our brains that prevent us from being interculturally inclusive and those that make such inclusion possible. It will include a brief summary of recent findings from cultural and educational neuroscience as well as practical strategies that could help you create more inclusive classrooms. There will be several interactive activities that will help you connect what you are learning from this webinar to your classroom practices. No previous knowledge on neuroscience is required.
This webinar falls under the following themes:
- Theoretical foundations: Teaching in globally diverse classes
- Intercultural interaction: Developing important skills and attitudes
Please contact Yuliya Kartoshkina, firstname.lastname@example.org, with questions.
Applies Toward the Following:
- Teaching in Globally Diverse Classes (TiGDC) Certificate : Required: Core workshops