Tiffany Jewellis creating Anti-Bias Anti-Racist Curriculum
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Bi-monthly Q & A will be open to anyone in this tier! It's for anyone who has questions about Anti-Bias Anti-Racist (ABAR) Education, lesson planning, co-teaching, planning, family/student support, curriculum, the Montessori pedagogy, and so much more!
--We'll problem solve with a community of learners and grow our ABAR community!
--We'll meet in October, December, February, April, June, and August!
--We'll have an exclusive zoom link and you'll have first access to any webinars and trainings offered this school year.
--You'll continue to have access to the Anti-Racist reading lists.
Bi-weekly office hours will start mid- September! This is for anyone who wants a little (and consistent) support throughout the school year.
-- We'll have an exclusive zoom link that you can access when you'd like to jump into the "office."
-- We'll share resources and problem solve things that come your way.
-- You may also join in the bi-monthly Q&A offered during the year and you'll have free access to any webinars and trainings offered this school year.
-- And, you'll continue to have access to access to the Anti-Racist reading lists!
This Book Is Anti-Racist is Tiffany's first book and will be published January 2020! You can read more about it on the We Need Diverse Books blog!
Tiffany is dedicated to empowering students to trust themselves and to respect their authentic, diverse capabilities. She is creating developmentally appropriate curriculum that addresses social inequity through the lenses of race, economic justice, immigration, and gender. She created a student workshop titled Reconnecting Our Classroom Community, which provides a safe and nurturing environment for elementary age students to further their cosmic education through exploring identity and self within their communities. The History of Racism and Anti-Racism Curriculum was released in August. It is a workshop for elementary and middle school aged students that specifically introduces learners to the history of racism (racist policies and ideas) and the concurrent history of resistance and antiracism. This 200+ page curriculum is offered to all at no cost and Tiffany hosts training webinars throughout the year!
This Patreon account is here to help support the creation of this curriculum (and more), to share the resources I'm using, and allows for me to share lessons and curriculum with folx who are interested and excited to do this work in their classrooms! Because of my Patreon supporrters/ co-conspirators I am able to offer free webinars, trainings, curriculum, and lessons throughout the year. These are available to ALL who wish to attend and learn.
You will also find me on instagram @tiffanymjewell where I sometimes co-host the #AntiRacistBookClub with Britt Hawthorne.