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posted on 20.12.2021, 18:17 authored by Darci J BrownDarci J Brown

The purpose of this project was to cultivate a series of professional development training sessions for secondary teachers to incorporate concepts of Critical Race Theory in their classrooms, through the use of social justice education, social emotional learning, and student-centered learning. The researcher examined material in favor and in opposition to the project topic to collect information on how to best serve educators and students. The researcher engaged with academic writing as well as with high school teachers and administrators about this project topic. This manuscript and attached training material is the result of the researcher’s findings and serves to answer the question of whether aspects of Critical Race Theory should be implemented in secondary classrooms as well as if so, how should teachers do so—all in hopes of better supporting more equitable and just education for high school educators and students.


History

Degree Type

Master of Arts

Department

Communication

Campus location

Fort Wayne

Advisor/Supervisor/Committee Chair

Michelle L. Kelsey

Additional Committee Member 2

Wei Luo

Additional Committee Member 3

Isabel Nunez