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Amplifying Voices in Discourse (AVID)

To amplify voices, engage in and elevate critical thinking, build community, and highlight domestic and international examples of diversity, equity, inclusion, and social justice across disciplines.

Culturally Responsive Teaching: Theory, Research, and Practice

University of South Dakota Dean, Dr. Easton-Brooks, interviews Dr. Geneva Gay

Dr. Geneva Gay responds to the question, "Why is it important for faculty to employ culturally responsive teaching practices?"

Dr. Valerie Kinloch interviews Dr. Geneva Gay

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Schedule of Resource Discussions

  • AVID Presents Culturally Responsive Teaching: A Discussion | Session 1

Our first session will cover the introductory sessions and Chapter One of Dr. Geneva Gay's renowned text, Culturally Responsive Teaching: Theory, Research, and Practice (3rd Ed.). 

Date: Thursday, May 13th 

Time: 1:00 pm PST

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  • AVID Presents Culturally Responsive Teaching: A Discussion | Session 2

Our second session will cover Chapters Two through Four of Dr. Geneva Gay's renowned text, Culturally Responsive Teaching: Theory, Research, and Practice (3rd Ed.). 

Date: Wednesday, June 2nd 

Time: 1:00 pm PST

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  • AVID Presents Culturally Responsive Teaching: A Discussion | Session 3

Our third session will cover Chapters Five through Eight of Dr. Geneva Gay's renowned text, Culturally Responsive Teaching: Theory, Research, and Practice (3rd Ed.). 

Date: Monday, June 14th

Time: 1:00 pm PST

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