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UOTeach Equity & Social Justice Teach-IN Program

Hello Social Justice Educators,

On December 2, 2017 UOTeach will hold our second annual TeachIN. This one-day event is a collaboration with UOTeach, district equity partners, and the ODE Equity Unit in which K-12 teachers share resources, practices, and examples from their everyday work to bring together the best of culturally sustaining instructional theories and everyday classroom teacher practice.

It is our hope that through TeachIN you will connect with your social justice teaching colleagues and expand your network of collaborators. Thank you for your dedication to your students and to teaching as a practice of freedom. Thank you in advance for supporting UOTeach students entering the field of teaching.
Julia Heffernan, Ph.D. Graduate Director of UOTeach/TeachIN Coordinator

TeachIN Dec 2, 2017 - Session Schedule

* TeachIN Program
* Register by November 28 to guarentee a lunch

University of Oregon, College of Education Map

Professional development certificates were available on the day of the conference.

Participant Responses
  • I just wanted to say that I was so inspired from the Social Justice Teach-In. Thank you so much for making this happen. All the workshop that I participated were exactly what I needed to get through at school, and I was so grateful and hopeful that I can go back to school with valuable resources. Thanks again. It also gave me a sort of homecoming feeling to see your familiar faces. I felt proud and honored to come back and see that UO Teach is moving forward with more striving forces. ~ Noriko Divers
  • Picture Gallery 2016 we had 200 teachers and students
TEACH-IN Steering Group:

Coordinator: Julie Heffernan
School District Representative: Bethel Equity Director Tina Gutierez-Schmich
Registration Coordinator: Amy Harter

ODE Equity Group: Markisha Smith, Karin Moscon and Martha Martinez

Teach-In Goals:

1. Provide a forum for current teachers to share equity and social justice curriculum and instructional practices.
2. Provide a forum for UOTeach students to showcase project based learning regarding same.
3. Establish and support professional networks which develop, support and extend teacher knowledge regarding equity literacy and social justice curriculum and instruction.

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