Learn Methods to Dismantle Racism with Innocent Classroom

Teachers: Are you looking for new tools to dismantle racism or racial bias in your classroom? We can help.

Apply for a $250 scholarship to attend Constructing the Innocent Classroom, a proven online training that helps create positive relationships with students. Learn more about Innocent Classroom on their website or learn more about our Racial Equity in Schools Fund application here.

Note: The Racial Equity in Schools grant application for fall 2020 is now closed. To learn about grant opportunities as they become available, please register your classroom. Learn more here.

Constructing the Innocent Classroom is a child-specific response to diverse classrooms. It is teacher-driven and child-centered. Teachers learn a relationship-building process that dismantles racism and racial bias by preparing educators to identify and positively engage each child’s essential motivation. Read how this training helped teachers in their classrooms here.

The Innocent Classroom methodology undermines the impact that implicit racial bias and stereotype threat have on teacher-child relationships. Authentic relationships between child and teacher, based on each child’s good, become the foundation for increased classroom engagement and academic performance, decreased disciplinary incidents as well as improved job satisfaction for educators. When a child is liberated from the reality of stereotype threat and implicit bias, they are able to engage naturally with their education and reach their unlimited potential.

Constructing the Innocent Classroom is offered as a four-session, synchronous online course.

Do you want to learn more? Check out our free webinar with Innocent Classroom here.

Session Options:

Tuesdays, 6-7:30 pm CST: 11/17, 12/1, 12/8, 12/15

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Thursdays, 6-7:30 pm CST: 11/12, 11/19, 12/10, 12/17

  • Week 1 – Immersion
  • Week 2 – Recognizing/Valuing
  • Week 3- Engaging
  • Week 4 – Nurturing

If you have questions about this opportunity, please contact [email protected].