Creating culturally responsive working environments is about achieving true professional potential for all stakeholders in a learning community. Achieving academic excellence is not purely an intellectual process, it is a process that examines values, beliefs, behaviors and how they interact to influence the culture of learning and achievement. Additionally, it is a process that heightens awareness on how faulty stereotypes regarding race, learning, achievement, and other external factors such as socio-economic status and parental involvement directly and indirectly interfere with producing positive outcomes with teaching and learning. This workshop will provide powerful strategies and changing perspectives for faculties preparing to instructionally align the campus learning environment with a culture of practices and beliefs that enhance and accelerate positive academic outcomes serving to empower the teacher and the learner. Join us for this live webinar with Dr. McLeod to have all your questions answered and to help move your school environment to being culturally responsive.
Dr. Kimberly McLeod is a mom to three boys with over 20 years of experience in education. She has led campus and district cultural transformations that have created positive outcomes for students, teachers and leaders. She has authored numerous books, articles, and she speaks at professional venues, nationally and internationally.
Dr. McLeod has worked in public school settings, higher education, government entities, private profit and not for profit entities.