J.E.D.I. is an acronym that includes the goals of equity, diversity, and inclusion but intentionally places the need for justice first. In this session, faculty in the College of Education will discuss their racial justice journeys as teacher educators. Together, we will present why we engage in the work of encountering and dismantling racism including reflections on our personal processes of racial identity development. Following the presentation, there will be an opportunity for questions and collective sense-making on Justice, Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion work in teacher education.
Caires-Hurley, Jaclyn; Cheng, Ya-Fang; Dougherty, Jessica; Emerson, Andrea; and Ryan, Cindy, "Unpacking our impact: teacher educators’ J.E.D.I. journey" (2021). Academic Excellence Showcase Proceedings. 312.
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