NSTA ENGAGE Spring 21
By Alicia Conerly (Monticello Elementary School: Monticello, MS)
Ideas of diversity, equity, and inclusion in the science classroom are challenges for new teachers. Strategies, tools, and resources will be given to support preservice educators.
Takeaways: 1. How to teach for equity, diversity, and inclusion; 2. What you may not know and weren’t taught in your preparation program; and 3. Resources to help address these issues.
Alicia Conerly (Monticello Elementary School: Monticello, MS)
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