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 Culturally Competent Teaching: List of Resources


Compiled by Carlo L’Chelle Dawson

Protest Poetry Workshop materials-Please click and paste in the browser:

Volunteer Work - Service, Community, Students, and Learning -


“10 children’s books that help White kids understand what children of color are up against,” Romper blog post:


“Confronting White Privilege,” Teaching Tolerance article, /number-42-fall-2012/feature/confronting-white-privilege


“For White teachers in the times of #Blacklivesmatter,” Practical Theory blog post:


“Resources for discussing police violence, race, and racism with children,” Education Week blog post:


The Pathology of Privilege: Racism, White Denial & the Costs of Inequality, Media Education Foundation video:


“White privilege: Unpacking the invisible knapsack,” monograph by Peggy McIntosh: Privilege Unpacking the Invisible Knapsack.pdf

The Missing Voice One Woman Show

The importance of promoting student voice and student empowerment for engagement in education

How many students feel as if they are "missing"---merely names on a list? With over fifteen years in education, I've encountered many "missing voices." In this session, participants will witness a "missing voice" monologue in the "voice" of the voiceless---from Educator/Dramatist Carlo Dawson. Mrs. Dawson will provide attendees with  differentiation teaching strategies for all subjects to close the achievement gap. 

Objective: The workshop lessons and strategies will equip teacher leaders with tools to foster student critical thinking, problem solving, creativity, communication, and collaboration skills along with academic subject mastery all while increasing student interest. (That's right! You will see increased student engagement when applying this proven approach.)

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