Culturally Responsive Teaching in the Literacy Classroom

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Culturally Responsive Teaching in the Literacy Classroom

In this learning module from the PaTTAN Literacy Symposium, consultants Kirsten DeRoche and Lauren Lutz prepare educators to provide culturally responsive instruction. They discuss the importance of designing and delivering culturally responsive literacy practices that support all students within an MTSS framework. The module explores what culturally responsive teaching is, why it is needed, and what culturally responsive teaching looks like in the classroom. 

Curriculum Connection

Culturally Relevant and Responsive Redagogy (CRRP) is essential in all areas of the curriculum and this module broadly supports the successful implementation of CRRP within the classroom setting. 

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  1. Good to think about the opportunity gap versus the achievement gap. Also appreciated the identity wheel, and the idea that relationships are as important as the curriculum. Reflection and metacognitive insights will help educators to teach the basic literacy skills in a positive way.

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